Interview with Klimbatize: Being Local and Home Grown
Aug09

Interview with Klimbatize: Being Local and Home Grown

Being Local & Home Grown with Klimbatize By Erika de Torres As an event coordinator for large scale events and concerts in North Vancouver, I’ve had the privilege of working with local emerging bands. One of these bands is called Klimbatize, an alternative rock band based in North Vancouver, who just released their first single on SoundCloud. In a few words, I would describe Klimbatize as fierce, fiery and flipping awesome. Make...

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Show Review: Vancouver’s Cates Park Concert Series-Week 3
Aug08

Show Review: Vancouver’s Cates Park Concert Series-Week 3

Recap & Review: Cates Park Concert Series – July 30 By Erika De Torres Last week we had our third concert for the Cates Park Series, with only four more to go as we approach August. Has it gotten easier? Exponentially. It’s become effortless, to be honest. A lot of that is because of our incredible sound guy, Jay and our wonderful volunteers. This week’s show featured three incredible local bands: Quantum Council, the Mozzy Lane...

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Interview with Bryan Deister
Aug05

Interview with Bryan Deister

By Harriet Kaplan Bryan Deister, whose music has been described as “experimental rock/electronic fusions,” is a classically trained musician. Deister is promoting his latest album entitled Spines of the Heart. The Redondo Beach, CA artist’s music draws comparisons to Thom Yorke, Roger Waters, Kurt Cobain, Bjork, Jeff Buckley. Spines of the Heart is an emotional work and vast collection spanning 22 tracks. BoC recently spoke to Deister...

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Backstage Pass: Cuzins the Band at Mercury Lounge
Aug05

Backstage Pass: Cuzins the Band at Mercury Lounge

Ayo, Cuz! Pre-show hangs with Cuzins the Band Mercury Lounge, New York City 8/2/16 Photographs by Rick...

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Track Premiere: “Sides feat. Nyne” by Allday
Aug02

Track Premiere: “Sides feat. Nyne” by Allday

By Kyle Nutter Allday, an emcee out of Australia, uses phonetics to his advantage on his new single “Sides ft. Nyne.” His verses are slick, and the cadence is hypnotic. Unscripted phrases interrupt the verses, keeping it playful. When Nyne and Allay sing over each other, it sounds like two people talking to themselves saying the same thing. Allday gained traction in his home country before expanding his bass heavy presence...

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