Music

 Lebon Siu

Rossi Gang: “Rosetta”

Rossi Gang: “Rosetta”

Jump and jive into the night

Rossi Gang are releasing their debut music video for their cover of the jazz standard “Rosetta”, a video follow-up to their recent album release titled “The Bohemiyam” on March 29th. The video was directed by Lebon Siu, a recent film graduate and aspiring music video director, who first heard the smooth jazz tunes of Rossi […]

 Ash Tanasiychuk

ISEA2015 Disruption video

ISEA2015 Disruption video

The VANDOCUMENT recap of ISEA2015. Not for the faint hearted or epileptic.

ISEA2015 was a six-day symposium (14-19th August 2015) featuring over 450 speakers, workshops, tutorials, panels, papers and institutional presentations, showcasing over 160 cutting-edge digital artworks. ISEA2015’s theme of DISRUPTION invited a conversation about the aesthetics of change, renewal, and game-changing paradigms. To go with this theme, this video is packed with raw bursts of energy; […]

 Aly Laub

Pop Punk Paradise at Seven Dining Lounge

Pop Punk Paradise at Seven Dining Lounge

Failing Street debuts their EP at an all-ages show

On November 5th, a young crowd floods Seven Dining Lounge. They’re here to see five musical acts perform: solo artists Joel Stibbs and Bryan Michael, followed by Harper Youth, One And The Same, and the headliners, Failing Street. The show is Failing Street’s debut of their EP, Silver Tongues and Silver Globes, so a large […]

 Ash Tanasiychuk

Bathed in Blue Light, Banging Steam

Bathed in Blue Light, Banging Steam

A glimpse at the performances of Improvised Resolutions @ Gold Saucer

Photo and video documentation by Ash Tanasiychuk A friendly introduction, A gong, Bass & violin, Guitar, pedals, Lash out noise dance Improvised Resolutions, a night of improvised music at the Gold Saucer. Code of Silence, featuring Kıvanç Tatar on trumpet and electronics, Victor Zappi on D-Box (hackable musical instrument), Matthew Ariaratnam on prepared guitar and […]

 Aly Laub

“Trashy Show” Review

“Trashy Show” Review

Local bands perform at 333 on October 23, 2015

  Words By Alyssa Laube   With a name like “Trashy Show”, it’s easy to jump to conclusions about the event. It doesn’t help that it’s at a notoriously run-down venue, either. Due to the number of people who RSVP’d “Yes” for October 23rd, the space was changed from the original location to 333 Clark Drive, […]

 Kaitlen Louise

Disembarking the Garuda IV

Disembarking the Garuda IV

Pythagoras Records Issue 01 Launch at the Vancouver Art Gallery

On a rainy Sunday, Pythagoras Records brought together some nice folks in the rotunda of the Vancouver Art Gallery. Those curved twin marble steps that seem all so familiar were infinitely more impressive when experienced in a relaxing way. Lounging on the stairs drinking a beer while Dan Rincon provided the perfect soundtrack. All that […]

 Drew Copeland

Sweet jazz tunes on a grassy knoll: Carlo Rossi Gang

Sweet jazz tunes on a grassy knoll: Carlo Rossi Gang

Words by Drew Copeland Edited by Kaylin Metchie Photos by Peter Graham, TRiiKmedia ©2015 With the sun low on the horizon over Bowen Island and the tankers floating in English Bay, the Carlo Rossi Gang ease into their musical emanations. They fill the evening air with upbeat, New Orleans-inspired jazz tunes. It’s the evening of June 19 and the group […]

 Justin Ramsey

Choose Your Own Adventure

Choose Your Own Adventure

Isabelle Kirouac’s Together ( ) Apart

Written by Justin Ramsey Photos provided by Isabelle Kirouac “Where are you coming from today?” “What is the purpose of your visit?” “How long are you planning to stay?” I’ve been groomed to handle myself with quiet, agreeable compliance at border crossings, and for the first minutes, Isabelle Kirouac’s performance and installation piece Together ( […]

 Emily MacDonald

Transportation, Western Industrialized Society, Bikes and Shadows

Transportation, Western Industrialized Society, Bikes and Shadows

Preview of New Bronze Age July 7th

Words by Emily MacDonald Cities could always use more free accessible arts programming, and that is exactly what Western Front is bringing to Vancouver. Tuesday, July 7th is the next scheduled performance in Western Front’s New Bronze Age Series; presenting a free outdoor performance by Gamelan Bike Bike and artist collective Publik Secrets—George Rahi and […]

 Ash Tanasiychuk

Victory Comes From Combining Creatives

Victory Comes From Combining Creatives

Analog photo portrait show celebrates local creatives, Combine The Victorious launch sophomore album at Make

Photodocumentation by Ash Tanasiychuk On June 4th, Make opened its doors for an exhibit of Vancouver creatives who had been selected for portraits and photographed by analogue photography studio VNB, including: Dan Berish & Ryan Mah, Black Rhino Creative Michael Seymour, installation artist Sarah Bancroft, Vitamin Daily Matt Schroeter, designer & photographer Neils Bendtsen, Bensen […]