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Photos: The Black Keys in Seattle 10/21/11

The Black Keys played a VIP show for the opening of the new Microsoft Store at U Village in Seattle on October 21, 2011.

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Free Sub Pop Sampler: 23 This Year

Amazon.com and Sub Pop recently released a free sampler album, with 23 tracks – one for each year the label has been in existence.

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ThisCityRocks – Episode #12 – Winston

This interview has been in the making for a long time, but we really wanted to showcase the music of Bowen Island musician, “Winston“. A really cool cat with a passion for making music, his album “Limited” was produced entirely devoid of digital gadgetry and electronic post-production meddling.  What you get to hear is the […]

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ThisCityRocks – Episode #11 – K’naan

ThisCityRocks.com met up with Canadian-Somalian hiphop artist, K’naan, at the Telus Whistler Ski and Snowboard Festival in Whistler to chat about his genre-busting music and life in Somalia.

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ThisCityRocks – Episode #10 – Parlour Steps

We go into Vogville Studios with Caleb Stull of Parlour Steps to chat about the recording process and their new album, Ambiguoso.

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ThisCityRocks – Episode #9 – DJ Champion

DJ Champion’s mix of techno beats, blues vocals, and roaring live guitars can move a dance floor like few others can. ThisCityRocks caught up with him on his tour bus

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ThisCityRocks – Episode #7 – Mother Mother

This episode is possibly our best yet…featuring a fantastic group that’s about to go huge.  Recently signed to indie powerhouse, Last Gang records, Vancouver’s own Mother Mother (*previously just called “Mother”) are one of those bands that defy description. 

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ThisCityRocks – Episode #6 – Panurge

ThisCityRocks catches up with the guys from Vancouver rock band, Panurge, in Episode 6.

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ThisCityRocks – Episode #4 – Pocket Dwellers

A “vital mashup” of many different genres of music – from hiphop to funk to jazz – the Pocket Dwellers are diversity at its best.

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