Sasquatch! Music Festival 2013 [RECAP]

We asked a couple of guys, Geordie MacDonald and Shayd Johnson to check out the Sasquatch! Music Festival at The Gorge—an internationally acclaimed concert venue carved in the basalt cliffs high above the Columbia River in Quincy, WA. Read about their 4-day festival journey; including what they consumed (pretty much just a bunch of beers), what musical acts they saw, and who they thought was the best show of Sasquatch! 2013.

Red Bull Tour Bus | Spring 2013 Hometown Tour

After taking a vintage 1960s GM transit bus and loading it with a transforming body, powerful generators, and a state-of-the-art soundsystem, Red Bull has created a fully-mobile concert stage that's ready to take the show anywhere.

From May 4 to June 8, the Red Bull Tour Bus will make its way from coast-to-coast, transforming into a self-contained stage to bring some of Canada's most celebrated bands to their hometowns for free, outdoor shows.


Fresh from not one but two appearances at Coachella, and following an international tour of Australia, Asia, Canada and the U.S. (including 4 dates with Tegan & Sara), indie sensation - STARS will be performing hit tracks from their storied career for Vancouver audiences as part of the Samsung Galaxy S4 launch, and you have the chance to check them out for FREE! If that is not enough for you, there will also be a special appearance from FEIST! Doors will be opening at 5:00pm at Rocky Mountaineer Station - 1755 Cottrell Street in Vancouver.

BECKstravaganza | The Broken Mirrors & Friends Perform Beck's Song Reader Live

On January 17th some of Vancouver’s biggest musicians came together to perform Beck’s songbook, Song Reader  - released by the publishing house McSweeney's in December of 2012. The twenty songs have never been released or recorded by Beck, and the only way to hear them is to read and perform the sheet music.

POP Montreal Wrap-up

Music festivals are overwhelming. So many great acts, so much going on, all at the same time. All you can really do is make educated guesses and hope what you chose is worth it, and cooler than the thing going on down the street. With so much at this year’s POP Montreal, it was a safe to say that wherever you were, it would be worth it.