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Monique Gray Smith's debut novel comes as a much welcome addition to a post-post-modern literary climate
Thievery Corporation's Rob Garza, Chali 2na, USS and Death From Above 1979.
Lovers of old school hip hop were spoiled by the sixth installment of Rifflandia.
A sense of excitement washed over Victoria's Royal Theatre as the lights dimmed and the evocative tones of Q's opening music began to play.
Wednesday night taping to feature some of Victoria's most engaging figures
Music fan delves into the heart of live music on the West Coast
Blackout Beach’s Fuck Death marked radical departure for the band, who will be hitting Victoria March 15
Leonard Cohen played a marathon set March 6 at the Save on Foods Memorial Centre
Monday's Top Picks include Bonehoof CD release, Martha Wainwright and Ghosts of the Plaza.
A strange and brooding caravan is heading for our coastal town.
Built to Spill's set at Sugar was easily the best to hit our town this year so far.
local musician Makes a Triumphant return to Harpo's for a concert benefiting the Victoria Society for Children with Autism.
CBC Radio host captivates crowds at the Alix Goolden Hall with a reading from his new book, 1982.
Local five-piece party band slams its first studio album
Elvis impersonator becomes The King, leaves it all on the stage
Canada is Jason Collett’s most consistent and compelling muse.
Victoria's musical cornerstone Carolyn Mark releases a new album Thurs., Oct. 11 at Logan's Pub.
Jon Cohen, who is set to stop in Victoria this week, is a penultimate example of this new-wave of solo performers.
Once again, The Flaming Lips managed to cast an amnesiac web upon the unsuspecting.
In a live setting, Austra's songs are even more desperate, moody and urgent