THE GEESE with PINEAPPLE WITH CAMERON DILLWORTH and STEVE ELLIOT AND LUCIE WALKER BAND at the Railway Club

THE GEESE with PINEAPPLE WITH CAMERON DILLWORTH and STEVE ELLIOT AND LUCIE WALKER BAND at the Railway Club

It’s Wednesday night and Vancouver City Limits at the Railway Club. I step into a country music experience with Steve Elliott and Lucie Walker Band, and they were fun. They’re going on a cross-Canada tour soon, sponsored by Organic Lives, as a duo playing house concerts. This will support their

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LAKEFIELD with BLANK CINEMA at the Railway Club

Blank Cinema sound just like their name; they've got the audio, but the heart of the music isn't there. "Their music is perfectly respectable," thinks one audience member, but nothing grabs my interest. Their last song was the best, but perhaps because there were no vocals. The whole genre felt arti

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BILLY THE KID with COLIN RINK at the Railway Club

BILLY THE KID with COLIN RINK at the Railway Club

Photography by Leigh Eldridge Colin Rink has "that Bob Dylan, I-don't-give-a-f*ck style," says Padma. There is definitely an Irish twang to his Bob Dylanity, and I like his vibe. The songs begin to bleed together, because the only think Colin is lacking is variety. He played an energetic set, an

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Deet Street Presents: THE BURNETTES with PADMA and ZENITH D. WONDERPANTS at the Railway Club

Padma 1. Spacefood & Balloons 2. With My Friends - Wouldn't it be nice if food just grew on trees? 3. Pilot 4. It's Done - "An apology to the next generation if we can't fix it in time."  The Burnettes Cora and Chris Burnette are the quirky husband and wife duo who play together and with a b

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THE FILM INDUSTRY at The Railway Club

THE FILM INDUSTRY at The Railway Club

Photography by Leigh Eldridge :: I've seen The Film Industry play a few times, but I don't write about them as much as I should. Captivated by the idea of post-rock, but moving to the groove of their brand of instrumental music, I can't help but fall in love with them over and over again. They've d

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Backstage Vancouver Showcase: ZENITH D. WONDERPANTS, CONVERTIBLE KIDS, JESSE LeBOURDAIS and THE ARMADILETTANTES at the Railway Club

ZENITH D. WONDERPANTS Mr. Wonderpants has a busy weekend, playing no less than 1. Canvas (shit's been wick)   2. President's Choice (mentioned an article about Venezuela and Chavez demanding lower prices)   3. Oars (I wrote this to someone near and dear to my heart. This one goes out to my wi

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