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Mad Caddies with guests the Johnstones and Party at the Moontower

Mad Caddies with guests the Johnstones and Party at the Moontower

November 4th, Venue, Vancouver Strolling down Granville Street to Venue, I couldn’t help but notice the somewhat historic 50-foot “Plaza” sign still hanging outside the newly renovated room. That sign was a beacon of nostalgia... Posted: Nov 14, 2009
Published by: The Skinny Magazine
Author: Kristina Mameli
In this Article Artist(s) Mad Caddies, The Johnstones, PARTY AT THE MOONTOWER Resource(s): Venue

Camille Miller CD Review

Camille Miller Somewhere Near the Truth Independent Camille Miller’s voice is the centerpiece of this recording. A finely honed instrument that's passionate, soulful, and downright riveting, without being overbearing. Camille's song... Posted: Apr 29, 2008
Author: Mark Bignell
Published by: The Skinny Magazine
In this Article Artist(s) Camille Miller, Camille Miller
A guide to film photography resources in YYJ

A guide to film photography resources in YYJ

Interested in getting into film photography? Here's a helpful guide to awesome resources in Victoria, BC Posted: Jun 21, 2019
Author: Christina Craft - FunkyTown Photography
In this Article Artist(s) Christina Craft Resource(s): Prism Imaging, Henry's Camera, Camera traders, Bokeh Cafe
Thee Manipulators

Thee Manipulators

Thee Manipulators The morning after I first saw local 5 piece garage rock band Thee Manipulators I woke up with two maracas in my bed and a lot more pins on my jacket. Strangely, I had acquired a pin of an intoxicated/hungry looking fe... Posted: Aug 5, 2009
Author: Kyla V
Published by: The Skinny Magazine
In this Article Artist(s) Thee Manipulators
Carcass at The Commodore Ballroom

Carcass at The Commodore Ballroom

It’s been six long years since Carcass were last in Western Canada, and in the months since the Decibel Tour was announced, an electric atmosphere of anticipation has grown to a fever pitch for tonight’s show. This is shown from the ear... Posted: Jun 5, 2014
Author: Rich Taylor
Published by: LiveVan
In this Article Artist(s) The Black Dahlia Murder, Carcass, Noisem, GORGUTS Resource(s): The Commodore Ballroom

Press reviews

Bluegrass fans were treated to a lively and fun evening Friday night, Nov. 4, at Char's Landing. Bluegrass Fever tore through an eclectic repertoire, consisting of traditional American tunes like Sweet Sally Brown and Fly Around My Prett... Posted: Dec 30, 2014
Published by: Alberni Valley times
Author: Florentia Scott
In this Article Artist(s) Bluegrass Fever

Still Blue Reveiw

Bill Johnson has made a fantastic release that we highly recommend. Posted: Apr 18, 2017
Author: Bluesy Luc - Belgium
Published by: Rootstime Online Radio and Magazine
In this Article Artist(s) The Bill Johnson Blues Band
The Spitfires, Battle Snakes & The Jolts @ The Media Club June 19th

The Spitfires, Battle Snakes & The Jolts @ The Media Club June 19th

The Spitfires, Battle Snakes & The Jolts @ The Media Club June 19th By: Denis Maile On this night of rock n roll The Jolts opened the show because their bassist was busy eating poutine. To make up for this The Jolts had not 1, but 3 dif... Posted: Jul 6, 2010
Published by: The Skinny Magazine
Author: Denis Maile
In this Article Artist(s) The Spitfires, The Jolts, Battle Snakes
Angela Verbrugge: The Night We Couldn’t Say Goodnight (Gut String) A review of the debut album from the Canadian vocalist

Angela Verbrugge: The Night We Couldn’t Say Goodnight (Gut String) A review of the debut album from the Canadian vocalist

Angela Verbrugge: The Night We Couldn’t Say Goodnight (Gut String) A review of the debut album from the Canadian vocalist Posted: Jan 15, 2020
Author: Andrew Gilbert
Published by: JazzTimes
In this Article Artist(s) Angela Verbrugge
Critical Comments

Critical Comments

Critical comments by various curators and interviewers of artist Brandy Saturley Posted: Aug 26, 2019
Published by: The Art of Brandy Saturley
Author: Various
In this Article Artist(s) Brandy Saturley
Roberta Pyx Sutherland presents: As Above  So Below II

Roberta Pyx Sutherland presents: As Above  So Below II

As Above So Below ll is a continuation of Sutherland’s quest for spiritual development through artmaking. While on an artist residency at the BAU institute in Italy, she began her contemplative inquiry into dots and circles. Other artist residencies in Posted: Mar 5, 2019
Published by: Art Openings
Author: kate cino

Victoria`s Filming Boom Benefits Locals

Times Colonist interviews Kirsten Van Ritzen about her acting roles in television movies filmed in Victoria in 2015. Posted: Oct 4, 2016
Author: Michael Reid
In this Article Artist(s) Kirsten Van Ritzen
Little Guitar Army show review

Little Guitar Army show review

Blue Oyster Cult appeared at the PNE years back and gifted their audience with a towering fury of ten guitars driving their howling classic,”Godzilla”. The overpowering glory of their stringed abundance ground itself into the memory of... Posted: Apr 8, 2010
Published by: The Skinny Magazine
Author: Gaalen Engen
In this Article Artist(s) Little Guitar Army Resource(s): Princeton Pub
The Restarts, Fear of Tomorrow, The Rebel Spell, System Shit and Spectres

The Restarts, Fear of Tomorrow, The Rebel Spell, System Shit and Spectres

The Sweatshop, June 22nd I walked into the dimly-lit Sweatshop to catch the tail end of System Shit’s wonderfully sloppy set. Who would have thought that a punk gig would start at 7pm? Fear of Tomorrow hit the stage and began to sonica... Posted: Jun 29, 2008
Published by: The Skinny Magazine
Author: Kai Tolley
In this Article Artist(s) The Rebel Spell, The Restarts, System Shit, spectres, Fear Of Tomorrow Resource(s): The Sweatshop
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