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Noise Floor - 002

Left of centre. Cosmic. Cerebral. Noise Floor 002 at The Fox Cabaret, August 12th, will feature some of the best experimental electronic music Vancouver has to offer.

Featuring Sinoia Caves, More Than Human, Lola Vutru, Common Vernacular, DJ B and visuals by Coastal Imaging 

The Arts Show (Thurs 5pm) talked to DJB and Common Vernacular.

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Sinoia Caves (DJ Set)

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David Swanson
  • Posted on: 12 April 2016
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Khatsahlano Festival Live Broadcast

CJSF 90.1FM is ready to bring the energy and joy from the Khatsahlano Festival to its listeners!

On Saturday, July 12th, CJSF Radio in conjunction with CiTR Radio is will be doing a live remote broadcast from the Khatsahlano Festival! All the performances on the Cypress Stage will be aired live from noon till 7pm.

 

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Alexandra Nikotina
  • Posted on: 12 April 2016
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Record Store Day

On April 19, CJSF 90.1 FM in collaboration with CiTR 101.9 FM will be broadcasting live from Record Store Day. Both stations will be at record stores all around Vancouver broadcasting live performances and interviews with participating artists. 

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David Swanson
  • Posted on: 12 April 2016
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Tyr

Týr is one of the more interesting heavy metal bands touring these days. Originating from the Faroe Islands, and naming themselves after the Norse god of law and justice, Týr have achieved a signature sound within the global metal scene. 

 

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Michael Livan
  • Posted on: 12 April 2016
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Com Truise

Com Truise is cooler than Tom Cruise. That’s a fact. OK fine, it’s Cloudy's and my opinion, but our adoring attitude toward the Brooklyn-based synthwave producer was shared by a packed house of synth lovers at Fortune Sound Club on February 24th.

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Elena Sarasom
  • Posted on: 12 April 2016
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The 3rd Annual Julian Award of Excellence for Emerging Canadian

CJSF 90.1 FM and The Jazz Spectrum are pleased to announce that Fawn Fritzen is the winner of the 3rd Annual Julian Award of Excellence for Emerging Canadian Jazz Artists.  Congratulations Fawn!

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Peter Prentice
  • Posted on: 12 April 2016
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The Courtneys Music Video Release Party

Since their inception, The Courtneys have always had a playful character to them. They never seemed to take themselves too seriously, a trait that has come to define their brand of slacker-pop. But after a good, solid year of suspicion, Saturday January 4th’s performance and Music Video Release Party at the Rainbow Connection on Hastings demonstrated that they are, in fact, some of the hardest working slackers in the Vancouver music. 

 

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Jamie Cessford
  • Posted on: 12 April 2016
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Momentum Youth Arts Movement: Win The Moment

For a guy who complains all too often that “they” don’t make good music anymore, it was quite refreshing to be at Massey Theatre on November 1st. There, I got to witness Win the Moment, a contest in which local bands competed to open for Hey Ocean!, a Grammy winning Vancouver based band. The audience voted for the winner. As part of the Momentum Youth Arts Movement, it was a showcase for young bands to show their talent and that they did. All four bands put on a great show.

 

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Austin Cozicar
  • Posted on: 12 April 2016
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Hey Ocean! at the Momentum Youth Arts Movement

Having grown up in New Westminster, I have seen the development of the Momentum Youth Arts Movement Festival from its early conception as Yam Jam, infamously known by the youth locals as one of the most lifeless youth music festivals in the Lower Mainland. However, seeing its new form and its handpicked line up of artists leading up to the internationally-known headliner, Hey Ocean!, I was curious with how the festival was doing since I last went a decade ago during my high school years.

 

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Mark Bustalinio
  • Posted on: 12 April 2016
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Death with Hag Face and Tough Age

My new favourite genre, without a doubt, has got to be proto-punk. It enlists a vision of early man expressing himself through double-time 4/4 beats and incoherent yelling. But in actuality, proto-punk refers to the punk music that existed before punk music really existed. Billed as ‘before Bad Brains, the Sex Pistols, or even the Ramones’ the band called Death has one of the most fascinating stories in rock and roll, and earns the illustrious title of proto-punk to the fullest degree. On November 1st, Death visited the Rickshaw Theatre to revise the music history books.

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Jamie Cessford
  • Posted on: 12 April 2016
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