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Vancouver’s Thorny Bleeder Makes CBC Radio 3’s Top 10 Music Websites List


Monday, March 7th, 2011 — 11:37am PDT
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CBC Radio 3 is currently hosting a search for the Best Music Website in Canada. Over the last few weeks, through an online public poll, they have narrowed down the field with Vancouver having a strong showing in the top 30 listings (including Vancouver is Awesome’s music section and Backstage Rider). This week we’re down […]

Music Monday 16mm


Monday, May 4th, 2009 — 8:00am PDT
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I sat down last week with Matthew Moldowan and Jefferey Josiah Powell of 16mm and the result was this post I wrote for E!Online.

Christer Contest


Friday, April 10th, 2009 — 11:52am PDT
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A few weeks ago I interviewed Christer for E!Online. She is a talented local transplant from back East who produces smooth, funky, and “electro pop” tunes. Recently, Christer played the colossal Canada Music Week, as well as Juno Fest, and her music video was released this week. To celebrate, I have been given a Christer […]

City and Colour Featuring Gord Downie


Sunday, December 28th, 2008 — 11:00pm PDT
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In 5 hours my husband will be home from work. 6 hours later we’ll be heading out to the Midwest. I’ve packed, I’ve cleaned and scrubbed the house (since we have a house-sitter), and I’ve booked a ride to the airport. The internet was just down for many users in the Vancouver area (as I […]

iTunes Gift Card Giveaway


Sunday, December 21st, 2008 — 8:00am PDT
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While writing my entry about the new Robson Safeway I discovered how many gift cards you can actually get in store, from The Home Depot to The Keg. However probably the most attractive impulse buy item for me at either Save-On-Foods or Safeway is the iTunes gift card (or some of that 70% cocoa dark […]

The Submarines, More than iPhone Tunes


Sunday, November 23rd, 2008 — 7:07pm PDT
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Back in March I received a review copy of The Submarine‘s album Honeysuckle Weeks. I really enjoyed it and became a big fan although I was unable to attend their concert (though I was given some tickets to give away on my blog). The Submarines, which remind me of another man/woman band pairing, Mates of […]