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In a way, it’s the end of an era. Burgerfest has been a fixture of the Vancouver aggressive music scene since its inception 6 years ago. The event having grown almost exponentially with each successive instalment, it was fitting to see a return to the previous year’s venue – The Waldorf –

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At the beginning of this year, Vancouver’s local underground music aficionados Not Your Scene celebrated their 3rd anniversary as our favourite spot to see coverage of all the local shows, alongside esteemed promoters Art Signified, at a massive two-day fest that brought the walls down at The Astoria. The talented

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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

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A few weeks ago, we announced our partnership with Vancouver-based music mag Not Your Scene with a viewing party/house show at The Salmon Derby in East Van. Now we can share these unseen videos with the world…the first two we posted yesterday, and today’s are of Vancouver band EROSION (featuring members

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A few weeks ago, we announced our partnership with Vancouver-based music mag Not Your Scene with a viewing party/house show at The Salmon Derby in East Van. Hashteroid killed it to a packed-in crowd and the awesome film skills of the Not Your Scene team were projected on to the big screen.

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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.

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