Posts Tagged ‘Vials’
Vancouver artist Tommy Genesis has been working on her craft for quite some time beginning with lo fi posts on her Soundcloud to releasing her debut album World Vision on Atlanta based Awful Records. With most of Vancouver’s Rap sounding the same Tommy is not only bringing a unique sound but diverse which can easily be said about her lyrical content as well. October 17th Tommy will be headlining an early show at the Biltmore with local acts Sam Lucia + Natura (So Loki) & Vials getting things started. You can purchase tickets here OR if you’re feeling lucky email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with “TOMMY G” in the subject line and your first and last name in the body. Winners will be contacted next week, click here for more info on the event.
Winnie Cooper & Friends is back for our sixth installment this Friday (Oct 2nd) at Fortune Sound Club’s project space and we’re excited to expand our experience with local art and photography showcasing during our event. Winnie Cooper has been supporting all sorts of Vancouver talent for quite some time and with this event we’re giving local artists the opportunity to showcase their work in an open-minded space with absolutely no ties to one type of style/image or genre… we accept it all. This time around we’ll be giving you a unique experience from Vancouver’s up&coming Rap artists Sam Lucia & Natura (So Loki) & Vials doing something different from the rest of the local Rap scene plus some great art. Click here for more info on the event and email us at email@example.com for discount entry with “WINNIE & FRIENDS OCT 2nd” in the subject line and your first and last name in the body, this also includes out of town Atlanta based producer Gravez in the main room. Stream some of the artists music below and join us to support local talent!
We first came across MC/producer Wettworker through his large contribution to Vials debut Chrysalis and now he has released his very own EP containing similar tones but a bit darker and versatile with the production. The Bridge Burners Union label mates definitely have something here with their dark take on Rap which explains the Punk background Wettworker came from and we’re excited to see where they can take this unique sound. We’re happy to see something different emerge from the Vancouver rap scene with this being quite the perfect example, stream the EP and the Bridge Burner session below or download it here.