THE ME MONSTER with THE PATIENCE PRODUCT and NOOBIE NOOBINSON AND THE BOOMSDAY ALLIANCE at The Media Club

On first listen, Noobie Noobinson's set sounds darker than it has in the past. But of course, it's because I always forget the plethora of genres thrown into the mix. While the obvious description is "general weirdness," the best words may be "psychedelic rock." Zenith D.’s (Wonder)pants are hangi

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RUSKIN with THE YOKO CASIONOS and THE PATIENCE PRODUCT at the Backstage Lounge

RUSKIN with THE YOKO CASIONOS and THE PATIENCE PRODUCT at the Backstage Lounge

The Patience Product has got it goin' on. Playing the best tunes from their album Change of Heart, Change of Tune, released this time last year, Justin Wong has also managed to transition to a whole new band with different members while maintaining their original sound. His new bass player Benson i

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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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THE SICKS with THE PATIENCE PRODUCT and RUSKIN at the Media Club

THE PATIENCE PRODUCT SET LIST 1. Intro - great instrumental start that really conveys the Patience Product vibe without lyrics 2. ...and I Must Endure Reality Soon - Great song, awesome harmonies. 3. Heinekin Song - I like how the tempo picks up and slows down throughout the song. The beginning o

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KILMORE PLACE with THE PATIENCE PRODUCT at the Roxy

Lead singer Justin Wong of The Patience Product wears red Converse All Stars as he climbs the stage and picks up his dark teal guitar. His laid-back, beach-inspired fashion sense is reflected in his music, which sounds strangely familiar and yet nothing I can put my finger on. High school memorie

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THE PATIENCE PRODUCT: Change of Heart, Change of Tune

THE PATIENCE PRODUCT: Change of Heart, Change of Tune

Release: 27 January 2009 Label: Impatience Street Records I first heard The Patience Product when they opened for Maybe Smith at The Railway Club. Impressed by their mature punk-emo sound, I knew I’d need to investigate their debut album, Change of Heart, Change of Tune. The Patience Pr

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