Text and Photos: Milton Stille As is often sadly the case, the venue was sparsely populated upon my arrival. It’s almost anomalous for shows of this nature to happen on Granville Street, which has disgracefully been dubbed the “party district,” consequently rendering it a cesspool of the type of human
Text: Milton Stille Photos: Milton Stille/Asia Fairbanks While I’ll admit that my expectations for this show were already pretty high, I really didn’t imagine said expectations to be surpassed. I’m comfortable in saying that those not in attendance definitely missed out. He Whose Ox is Gored from Seattle opened. I
I arrived at the venue to a line-up halfway down the block, a few minutes after 8pm. I’m told doors were to open at 7. Needless to say, this is somewhat unusual, especially on a Monday night in January. Upon my admission approximately 15 minutes later, it was quite easy to see why: I don’t believe I’ve never seen so many people packed into the Rickshaw so early.
Last week, BAPTISTS returned triumphant to their hometown after a successful west coast tour (check out our coverage of POTR and SWTF) to a raging crowd at The Biltmore alongside tour mates OBLITERATIONS and TORCH RUNNER. Our comrade in photo Milton Stille was there to capture these awesome images of
Text & Photos: Milton Stille Anciients/Black Wizard tour kickoff, the Biltmore, Vancouver BC, June 17 2014 This is what I’d consider a perfectly paced show. It’s always nice when the bill is put together in such a way that all the artists complement one another perfectly, and this evening was