Thirteen Tales from Urban Bohemia is one of those albums you can and have to listen to all the way through in one clean shot. It’s one of those ultimate records that smoothly floats from beginning to end filling your mind with musical goodness. That was the sophomore album by The Dandy Warhols in 2000 [...]
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After rescheduling from late April until this weekend, I’m pretty darn ready to go see the Von Bondies rock out at Richards on Richards tomorrow night. In all honesty I was first introduced to them when I started watching Rescue Me, as their song C’mon C’mon plays during the opening credits. It wasn’t until John [...]
Tonight I took in my first taste of New Music West alongside Arieanna, Ianiv, and Duane (who was my official photographer for the evening) at the Red Room. The event was the 604 Records showcase – no relation although my ears did perk up whenever someone thanked ’604′. We arrived in time to catch Jessie [...]
I must admit this is a pretty proud moment for me. Not only do I get to use my social media skills to promote and live blog a community event, but this is for a festival in my old neighbourhood, in my hometown – and it’s going to be pretty darn great. Miss604.com is pleased [...]
Okay, seriously, how come no one told me about this show? It’s happening in just under two weeks and I just stumbled upon it while browsing upcoming events at the Commodore. What: NOFX with No Use For A Name and American Steel When: May 9, 2008 Where: Commodore Ballroom Hm, perhaps no one knew I [...]
It’s been a while since we’ve done a regular episode but when I recently got the chance to speak with New Music West‘s own Jory Groberman about the upcoming festival, I thought what better way to capture it than on RadioZoom. New Music West is… “The largest and most influential new music event in Western [...]
What’s better than watching a completely rockin’ band at the Commodore for $20? Not much at all really. Despite the fact that I felt out of place with out a fedora, horn-rimmed glasses, a beard, or a jean jacket, I thoroughly enjoyed The Black Keys. The volume and caliber of nostril-tickling sound that those two [...]