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Out For A Riff – August 26th 2017 The Waldorf Hotel, Vancouver, BC Now that the last vestiges of the Vancouver summer have definitively given way to what we can only assume will be several months of nothing but dreary conditions, let’s glance back to that time we spent all day

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Elder, with Hashteroid, and Seer November 3rd, 2017 – The Astoria, Vancouver, BC  There’s times when there truly is nothing more satisfying than seeing people come out to a show in droves. This was certainly one such instance. Seer kicked the night off with their eclectic blend of all things

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Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to make it to the show in time to catch openers Evilosity, and arrived to catch Long Island, NY’s Artificial Brain mid-set. It’s my understanding that their vocalist couldn’t make it (presumably a customs fuckaround, as is far too frequently the case), so they had ended

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Two Soirees With Baptists, Erosion and Regress, with support from Vaults and Begrime Exemious September 1st & 2nd, 2017 at The Cobalt (Vancouver) & Logan’s Pub (Victoria) Despite the geographical proximity, getting between Vancouver and Victoria is a massive pain in the ass. Between the driving to, and getting on, the

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Modified Ghost Festival II May 25-28, Vancouver, BC Hosted by the Red Room Ultra Bar and The Rickshaw Theatre It’s beyond satisfying to admit that this was – without a doubt – a triumph. To see an event as ambitious as this succeed against the odds is a testament to what can

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Text: Ali En / Photos: Ali En & Milton Stille It’s Saturday the 13th of May, and the Astoria is about to get torn a new one. Local quartet Heron cast the audience into a swampy miasma with a crushing start to a night of post, doom and sludge by

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