Archive for the category "music"

Smiling Buddha Cabaret


Wednesday, December 19th, 2007 — 2:13am PDT
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From the NEW Punk History Vancouver page. People often criticize the city for looking “too new” and not having “enough history”. That by being in its infancy on the world’s stage, Vancouver has none of its own culture, just a melting pot of others. It’s not that we don’t have history, it’s that we’ve glossed […]

Slippery When Wet


Sunday, December 16th, 2007 — 11:52pm PDT
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The other day I was offered some Bon Jovi tickets for this evening and the Surrey girl inside of me just couldn’t pass them up. From the Bon Jovi website I grabbed my girl Keira and tonight we tossed back two plastic cups of wine and enjoyed a trip down memory lane. Every single person […]

Chad Nantais: Zero Ground


Friday, December 7th, 2007 — 11:03am PDT
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Last night John and I ventured over to Flux Bistro in Gastown for the Zero Ground album release party. Man, there’s nothing like hearing and experiencing live music. Chad Nantais composed the entire album on his computer some time ago and after some suggestions from colleagues, he decided to bring it out into the real […]

Samsung T10 and my new MPFR3DOM


Tuesday, November 6th, 2007 — 10:44am PDT
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I’ve received a bunch of cool, free things because of blogging; from my cell phone(s) to movie passes, and this is definitely one thing I’m glad to add to the collection. As you may have noticed from my “iPod home repair guides” that my mini is pretty much on its last legs. Leave it to […]

Please Don't Almost Kill Me


Monday, November 5th, 2007 — 11:00pm PDT
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It’s been almost a year since I wrote a blog post about an fire in the home of J Stuart from The Cloud Room – a Brooklyn-based band I had been listening to a lot in the fall. The band was working on their new tunes in J’s apartment, so all of their gear was […]

Matthew Good's Hometown Sendoff Show


Friday, September 21st, 2007 — 12:39am PDT
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John and I usually have pretty bad luck when it comes to venue security for sporting events or concerts however after tonight I don’t feel so targeted. Walking into The Centre for Matthew Good‘s Vancouver stop on the Nothing to Hide Tour I spotted his sister-in-law, Chloe, along with her children and Matt’s parents. We […]