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Interviews

We Asked Musicians Why The Hell They're Moving to Berlin

If Berlin seems like a mirage to you in the parched landscape of Canadian arts we’re here to help you weigh your options.
Maya-Roisin Slater
2.1.17
Stuff

We Asked Rich Kids What It's Like to Take Money from Their Parents

Students open up about owning what they have, even when it comes off as a little gross.
Maya-Roisin Slater
1.15.17
Music

This 17-Year-Old Vancouverite Is Throwing Better Parties Than You

Mati Cormier’s mom is only letting her put on two shows a month, but that hasn’t stopped her from elevating the underground in a notoriously unhelpful city.
Maya-Roisin Slater
12.27.16
Interviews

Freeman Young is Making Music That is Anti-Nostalgia

He openly admits to being a Nickelback fan, too.
Maya-Roisin Slater
6.24.16
Interviews

Closing the Divide: JB the First Lady Brings Heritage Through Hip-Hop

An interview with Indigenous hip-hop artist, activist, and member of the First Ladys Crew.
Maya-Roisin Slater
2.3.16
Noisey Blog

Open Letters Escaped the Suburbs and Found Solace in Straight Edge

The Vancouver punk band turns shitty feelings into altruistic actions.
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1.7.16
Interviews

Cute Doesn't Cut It for Supermoon

We talk to the Vancouver indie-poppers about their origins and not being pigeonholed.
Maya-Roisin Slater
10.14.15
Features

Colin Cowan Is Folk Music's Elastic Star

His newest album was recorded in a shed, so we asked about that.
Maya-Roisin Slater
9.23.15
Interviews

Genero Sound is Adding a Feminine Thread to the Electronic Music Tapestry

We premiered a new video from the all-female label's whose mission statement is to offer diverse musical avenues for women.
Maya-Roisin Slater
9.10.15
Interviews

The Carlo Rossi Gang Are Plucky Teens Powered by Jazz Music

A long winded discussion of all things brass with Canada’s young greasy jazz up and comers.
Maya-Roisin Slater
8.25.15