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Last year I got to see HERON live for the first time, and I was super stoked to find yet another local band to get into! They make heavy, melodic and cathartic sounds that cross genre lines from moment to moment; one minute doom, another sludge, and then sailing into

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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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Photos: Ali En The Cobalt used to be Vancouver’s punk bar, but it was bought out and “re-vamped” a few years back (in Vancouver’s really minimal, don’t bother to fix it up kind of way – the bathrooms still don’t have doors). Now it’s kind of a hipster dance party

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2017 has been an insane year for festivals so far, with both Modified Ghost Fest and Covenant Fest absolutely decimating Vancouver with varying shades of pitch-black audio. But the year isn’t over yet, and we’re so happy to be sponsoring a doomedelic celebration of riffage this August – the first

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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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Art Signified 4 Year Anniversary Night One: High On Fire, Archons, Waingro, Astrakhan, Dead Quiet, Heron and HEDKS. At the Rickshaw, Vancouver BC on January 20th, 2017. Presented by Timbre Concerts and Art Signified I am going to keep this write-up as brief and simple as possible, simply because it would

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