Archive for Tag: Vancouver

I M U R Shows Brilliance on Thirty33

I M U R Shows Brilliance on Thirty33

October 30, 2018 - (0) comments - Reviews

Almost two years ago, Vancouver’s I M U R reached out to us to review their, at the time, new album, Little Death. It was a revelation and something different that caught our attention immediately. The Canadian trio of vocalist/keys […]

I M U R Drops New Single Ahead of New EP

I M U R Drops New Single Ahead of New EP

July 10, 2018 - (0) comments - Reviews

When the Canadian band, I M U R, first reached out to me last year, I was intrigued by their blend of hip-hop and R&B mixed with a chillwave style. It was unique. It was fresh. Well, the Vancouver-based trio, […]

Kotek: Vancouver Island’s EDM Gem

Kotek: Vancouver Island’s EDM Gem

April 18, 2017 - (0) comments - Interviews

Michael Mlikotic, better known as Kotek, puts out some amazing electronic dance music from his debut, Aurora. The young man has an ear for catchy riffs and solid beats and a mind that can put them all together in a […]

I M U R Release New Nostalgic Little Death

I M U R Release New Nostalgic Little Death

March 22, 2017 - 2 Comments - Reviews

I M U R, spoken aloud as “I Am You Are”, is putting together some killer tunes that in 2015 gave rise to their intriguing concept album, Slow Dive. Their genre-bending sound brought back the nostalgic vibes of the 90s hip-hop and R&B but infused them with electronica […]

#TBT Taylor Momsen of The Pretty Reckless

#TBT Taylor Momsen of The Pretty Reckless

February 16, 2017 - (0) comments - Interviews

There’s no need in looking back on the past when what you’re doing now has eclipsed it. Taylor Momsen silenced every doubter and given the proverbial middle finger to any haters that may exist…and, to be honest, they deserve it. […]

#TBT Lights Talks Siberia In Seattle

#TBT Lights Talks Siberia In Seattle

January 05, 2017 - (0) comments - Interviews

I would ask you all if you remember a few years ago, when a young girl from Toronto, Ontario released a bouncy synth-pop record called The Listening? However that would be a stupid question based on the beyond maximum capacity […]

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