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DAVID VERTESI, Anza Club – October 22, 2014 with WIndmills & Rosie June

Nothing brings people together on a rainy evening better than a concert at a cozy venue. This past Wednesday, supporters of local music were brought together by a performance of David Vertesi (of Hey Ocean!) who was supported by Windmills and Rosie June at the Anza Club. The show was the last in a series of Western Canadian tour dates in support of Vertesi’s upcoming sophomore record.

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SOTD: Cat Thomson – Puzzle (Live)

Earlier this week, Cat Thomson released her debut EP Puzzle through 604 Records. The six-track album was produced by Kevvy of Fake Shark-Real Zombie and showcases Thomson’s rich vocals and dynamic arrangements.

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PAIGE MORGAN, FanClub – October 17, 2014

This past weekend, Paige Morgan was beaming at the release party for her debut album at Vancouver’s FanClub. As the title of Morgan’s album is Golden, the dress code of the evening was aptly themed with everything gold. Shimmery treats and shiny decorations detailed the venue, which was filled with friends, family, and fans.

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SOTD: Madi Diaz – Tomorrow (Live)

You may have heard a song by Madi Diaz without realizing.

The now Los Angeles based singer-songwriter has had a few of her songs featured on some of your favourite TV shows. Diaz recently released her fourth full-length studio album, Phantom, via Nettwerk Records. Diaz is currently on tour supporting Dale Earnhardt Jr. with a stop in Vancouver tomorrow night at the Biltmore Cabaret.

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EVENTS: Lovecoast Western Canadian Tour Dates

Lovecoast will be releasing their debut EP, Chasing Tides, on November 4th. In support of the release, the indie pop band will be touring Western Canada, which kicks off in Vancouver with an album release show at The Waldorf on November 7th.

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Q&ASAP: Olivver

It’s all in the details.

That is certainly the case with Bryan Sammis, better known these days as Olivver. From being on the back burner to bringing his ideas to actuality, the project had been a work in progress for Sammis.

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