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February 7th, 2012
The title of the newest video by Vancouver’s Said the Whale suggests a possible flashback to the year they claim to be, but they’ve opted for the way of the future. Posing the question, “What would it be like if we lived in touch screen mode?” “We Are 1980″ features all sorts of cool visuals, […]
December 13th, 2011
Toronto got a healthy dose of holiday cheer last week with three fun-filled, festive nights of indie-rock from a trio of Canada’s hottest young acts. On a Phoenix Theatre stage adorned by trees and gift-wrapped amps, Ontario’s Tokyo Police Club and Born Ruffians proved that it is possible to rock out in Christmas sweaters, if […]
September 14th, 2011
After seeing Said the Whale perform in Vancouver, Halifax, Calgary and Toronto, I can confidently say they are one of Canada’s most beloved indie-rock acts – as if a Juno for New Group of the Year didn’t already prove that. But even upon first glance, it’s clear the group radiates West Coast charm. Keyboardist Jaycelyn […]
February 9th, 2010
The Vancouver 2010 games are about more than just sports, you know. Sure, having a major international event in Canada is an honor, but I regret to admit that what excites me the most is the entertainment. Two weeks of cool Canadian artists performing at FREE venues all across the city! Uh, does it get […]
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October 14th, 2009
Sometimes concerts are kinda like mystery comic books! No, seriously. I’ll show you. Let me set the scene for you. The date: Friday night. The city is dark, and it was probably gloomy, too. The scene: Yonge Street. The bucket-drummer dude is camping at his usual spot on the corner, probably up to some un-nameable […]