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  • Album Review: Gentle Machine - Business End

    By: Jason Kenny - Aug 6, 2014

    The debut release from brothers Tom and Petr Pospisil, Business End, means business.

  • A Kiss from Miss Virginia Rose

    By: Kate Dunn-Roy - Mar 17, 2013

    In the deep, dark days of a rainy Vancouver winter, Virginia Rose was snipping off split ends at a waterfront hair salon making ends meet while playing some small shows around town.

  • Gold & Youth - Future Pop from Vancouver

    By: Hugh MacDonald - Mar 15, 2013

    In a town where indie folk, rock, and hip hop are pretty obvious, it’s not often you are greeted with the drum sequencers and saturated synth tones of live electronica.

  • Album Review: Gentle Machine - Business End

    By: Jason Kenny - Mar 12, 2013

    The debut release from brothers Tom and Petr Pospisil, Business End, means business.

  • Palma Violets: TAS In Session

    By: Kara Manning - Feb 3, 2013

    The members of Palma Violets might have honed their garage rock chops in a drafty squat, but the quartet is a hot commodity in the UK music press, marked as ascendents to The Libertines' long-vacated throne. The band's debut album, 180, is released this week on Rough Trade, a label picked by the four friends because of a rich, rock 'n' roll legacy that included their major influences, namely The Libertines and The Strokes.