SEVEN NINES AND TENS at Pat’s Pub (Photography by Jill Hancock)

This is fourth time I've written about a Seven Nines and Tens show, and they've all been different. I usually find something new to look at in awe, but in this case I felt the sweet sensation of knowing this was their best set to date. The embarrassing thing is that I still can't name their songs, s

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RUSKIN with THE PATIENCE PRODUCT and SEVEN NINES AND TENS at the Railway Club (Photography by Leigh Eldridge)

RUSKIN with THE PATIENCE PRODUCT and SEVEN NINES AND TENS at the Railway Club (Photography by Leigh Eldridge)

I won't deny my bias when it comes to Seven Nines And Tens. Not only are they represented by Backstage Vancouver, but they're also a musical favourite of mine. I'm inexplicably attracted to progressive rock (probably because instrumental music always seems like a higher plane of thinking and being,

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Seven Nines And Tens (@79sand10s) Concert Review

3 November 2009 at the Railway Club

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GIRLFRIENDS AND BOYFRIENDS with SEVEN NINES AND TENS and KATASTROYKA

GIRLFRIENDS AND BOYFRIENDS with SEVEN NINES AND TENS and KATASTROYKA

9 August 2009 at RedxRed I first heard Katastroyka the night before, when they opened for Adjective at the Rickshaw Theatre. While that evening didn’t go down as smooth as I’d like, this performance in a vodka bar on Granville was a redemption. The sound check was a little rough, but only b

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MAYBE SMITH with SEVEN NINES AND TENS and THE PATIENCE PRODUCT at the Railway Club

MAYBE SMITH with SEVEN NINES AND TENS and THE PATIENCE PRODUCT at the Railway Club

The Patience Product has been on a long journey from front man Justin's guitar beginnings to today's band recordings. The best description is "Change of Heart, Change of Tune," which is the title for their album and the title track. Never considering his acoustic and recording skills as anything

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