Sitting in front of me wearing a patterned sun dress with the faintest bit of tanned skin and her hair loosely down, Jill Barber looks every bit your girl next door.
The low beats of their music transport you to the big city, where even if you were walking down a country road you could close your eyes and imagine hearing the horns of yellow cabs, the sound of business-clad pedestrians pounding the pavement, and the signature siren of an ambulance.
Strutting onstage to AD/DC’s “Thunderstruck”, comedian Shaun Majumder brought his uncensored view of racism, sex, religion, and politics to Vancouver as his stand up comedy tour “This tour has 22 Cities…The Road to Majumder Manor” rolled through town.
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Judging from the mass turnout of teenage Vancouverites that collected at the Vogue Theatre’s front stage, it could have been a Taylor Swift or a Justin Bieber concert. Thankfully they were instead loyal fans of the Canadian indie-pop/rock sensation Mother Mother, proving that even youngsters can have a mature and seasoned taste in music.
Indie-rock musicians are known for being moody, serious and so self-introspective that their social skills border ineptitude. Come across one that parlays such incredible wit and humor and you have a rarity. Come across a few more and you have the boys of Foals.