TEN SUNS EP

TEN SUNS EP

The journey of Ten Suns for some of the members spans ten years of growth, experience and friendship.  Hamish Thompson’s solo project called The Hermit which quickly expanded to a full group with the help of some musicians he had known since high school.  The sound is very electronic which has i

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WEE BOY PRETTY at Falconetti's

WEE BOY PRETTY at Falconetti’s

Under the glowing red light of Falconetti’s on Commercial Drive this Sunday evening, the crowd erupts as Wee Boy Pretty take the stage. Surprisingly, the band’s two drummers with full sets, bassist, electric guitarist and lead singer with acoustic guitar and/or keyboards don’t collide against

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THE PLANES with YONCALIA DRAIN at Funky Winker Bean’s

THE PLANES with YONCALIA DRAIN at Funky Winker Bean’s

I should've been paying more attention to the music on stage, but I'm easily distracted by the grungy local show scene I've been avoiding for so long. A green marker stains my wrist as I gain entry, walking straight towards the music of a band I can actually see. Funky Winker Bean's, in an effort to

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TEN SUNS Fundraiser Show with CHARLIE AND LANNY

TEN SUNS Fundraiser Show with CHARLIE AND LANNY

I took a wonderful sea-bus ride over to North Vancouver to find a venue where a band called Ten Suns is playing. Upon finding the Eagles Hall (or the Starlight Room, which I prefer), I find the first act “Charlie and Lanny” playing U2’s “Where the Streets Have No Name”on ukulele and guitar

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THE PACK A.D. with SEX WITH STRANGERS and THE ANGRY DRAGONS at The Biltmore Cabaret

Photography by Leigh Eldridge :: The Pack a.d. had their album release show on 23 April 23 2010 at the Biltmore Cabaret with Sex With Strangers and The Angry Dragons before leaving on a tour of Europe and North America. See the photo gallery

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THE PACK A.D.: we kill computers

THE PACK A.D.: we kill computers

I had the distinct pleasure of having a jam space right next The Pack a.d., so I was able to hear the workings of this album in its infancy. What I heard was explosive rock.  Like a good book I can't put down, I can't stop listening to this album. Becky Black (guitarist/vocals) and Maya Miller (dru

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