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Concert Review: Young The Giant at Commodore Ballroom

Posted September 1, 2012 by Recultured Team

Yesternight’s Commodore performance was Young The Giant’s last theatre show of their tour for their self-titled album. If you’ve never listened to YTG before, most of their songs are like a summer road trip wrapped in beachy guitar melodies, dancy drums, and Sameer’s subtle raspy-campfire vocals…

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Is The iPod Dead?

Posted July 7, 2012 by Recultured Team

Nearly eleven years ago, the late Steve Jobs introduced what would become the most successful portable music player ever released. No one imagined that this little white device would be so iconic that it would be the poster child mp3 player: when it was first released, critics dismissed the iPod as a passing fad, claiming […]

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Music Spotlight: Idol Inspired Duos

Posted July 2, 2012 by Recultured Team

I am a shameless fan of singing competition reality shows. While some may write off shows like American Idol and The X-Factor as overhyped karaoke contests, one cannot deny the tremendous impact that these shows have had on the music industry. Where would stars like Kelly Clarkson, Carrie Underwood, and One Direction be today without Idol and XF? Probably not on our iPods!

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Concert Review: Mini Music Festival at Deer Lake Park (Part 1)

Posted June 27, 2012 by Recultured Team

A summer isn’t a phenomenal one without at least one outdoor concert in my opinion. If you haven’t gone to one yet, imagine: sun-bathing + live music + picnic * [food + booze] = one wonderful day. Considering the state of our summer weather here in Vancouver, however, I can see why many would decline that […]

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Concert Review: The Temper Trap at Malkin Bowl

Posted June 20, 2012 by Recultured Team

The lights dim on stage. For a split-second there’s silence, immediately following cheers, applause, and fist pumps. Anticipation grows as the band appears out of the lingering stage smoke, and the lead singer is last to make it to the stage as “I love you’s” are being shouted. I live for these moments…

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