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ArtsConnect 40th Anniversary

CJSF volunteer Jay Peachy, attended the celebration of the Tri- Cities umbrella arts organization Arts Connect at the Terry Fox Theatre on November 5th, here is what he had to say about the celebration...

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Jay Peachy
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Misfits

On November 10th, CJSF volunteer Melissa Frustaci was able to attend and review the Misfits who played to a sold-out crowd at Venue in promotion of their new album Land of the Dead, this is what she says...

As a long-time Misfits fan, I couldn’t miss the opportunity to see such a legendary American horror-punk band play a live concert in my own backyard. The Misfits played a sold-out show at Venue, formerly the Plaza Club, on November 10, to promote their new album, Land of the Dead.

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Melissa Frustaci
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Chad Vangaalen

CJSF volunteer Aryana Sye reviews the highly anticipated performance by Calgary's sweetheart Chad Vangaalen at the Rio Theatre on October 14th, this is what Aryana says....

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Aryana Sye
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Young Galaxy & Bend Sinister

CJSF volunteer Jay Peachy reviews the montreal based indie/dream pop group Young Galaxy at the Biltmore Cabaret on October 28th. After the show Jay caught up with Stephen Ramsay, who talks about the bands future direction and journey of finding the groups longevity within the realms of the music industry, this is what Jay says....

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Jay Peachy
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Vancouver New Music Festival "Copyright/Copyleft"

CJSF volunteer Atakan Gunal attended this year's Vancouver New Music Festival (October 21-24th) which was concentrated on Sonic Collagism and The Art of Sampled and Repurposed Sounds + Images, and this is what he said.....

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Atakan Gunal
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Gossip

On Thursday October 22nd, punk pop act played a high-energy show at Vancouver’s Commodore in promotion of their new full-length album Music for Men. CJSF reviewer Lise Oakley had this to say.... 

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Lise Oakley
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Motorhead

On October 1st, Metal magicians, Motorhead, visited the Vogue Theater. CJSF volunteer, Isabella Andreis, reviews…

Do you know what never disappoints? Beer, it’s always good to go. The streamlined bottle, the artful label, the 'tcshhh' it makes then you pop the top and that first sip that really brings it home and will ALWAYS be there for you. ALWAYS

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Motorhead
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Lonely Dear, Asobi Seksu & Sleepy Sun

CJSF volunteer Sam Carter escapes the fall chills to review Loney Dear at the Biltmore Cabaret... 

It was a mild October night when the double headlining team Loney Dear and Asobi Seksu graced the stage at the Biltmore Cabaret. Representing Sweden and New York respectively, the room was filled with a buzz that can only be attributed to the thrifty glee of experiencing two equally appealing bands for the price of one. However, cost effectiveness alone does not make a concert.

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Sam Carter
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Coco Rosie

On Wednesday September 16th, France/NY’s nomadic sisters act Coco Rosie played a show at the Vancouver’s Red Room in promotion of their new full-length album anticipated in 2010, CJSF volunteer Lise Monique reviews...

The nights that I feel like getting out of my home can be compared to watching molasses coming out of a carton, eventually wanting to give up, stay in, and read a new novel or watch the food network. Knowing that Coco Rosie was playing on a gloomy falls eve, I was determined to spice my wardrobe up, put on red lipstick and get my ass down to the Red Room.

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Lise Monique
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Elfin Saddle

CJSF volunteer, Tamara Lee, attends and reviews Elfin Sadle at Oppenheimer Park on August 2,2009. Tamara weaves an interesting tale about the musical makings of this duo from Vancouver Island.

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Tamara Lee
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