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You Say Party! marks ten years with the release of its new EP Decennium that includes a four-track piece from the past as well as new covers and mixes.

Decennium marks milestone for You Say Party!

Ten years ago, a group of Abbotsford twenty-somethings got together to play their first ever show in a church basement.  At the time they...
One can't help but see the irony as award-winning Ukrainian pianist Alexander Gavrylyuk plays the music of Russian composer Sergei Rachmaninoff in the upcoming Vancouver Symphony Orchestra SpringFest.

Ukrainian plays Russian in VSO SpringFest

One can't help but see the irony as award-winning Ukrainian pianist Alexander Gavrylyuk plays the music of Russian composer Sergei Rachmaninoff in the upcoming...
Spirit of the West will receive its star along the Granville Island Star Walk this week.

Spirit of the West receives BC entertainment honours

One of British Columbia’s favourite bands, Spirit of the West, will be honoured with a star along the Granville Street Star Walk this week. The...
One of the most critically-acclaimed violinists of a generation, Viviane Hagner makes her Vancouver Symphony Orchestra as part of a March line-up that includes music from around the world.

The VSO in March features music from around the world

One of the most critically-acclaimed violinists of a generation, Viviane Hagner makes her Vancouver Symphony Orchestra as part of a March line-up that includes...
Bear Hands have shrugged off the notion of second album jitters to create an expansive sound that grew over three long years and thousands of miles on the road.

Bear Hands are all about perfectly twisted pop nuggets

You may have them pegged as the high-end of lo-fi, but with their sophomore album Distraction, Bear Hands have shrugged off the notion of...

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