Bank Heist is the musical moniker of local musician Matthew Joel who creates electronic music heavily laden with deep bass lines, robust synth melodies and pounding dance beats. Below is a short interview done with the musician providing some insight into his project.
Could you tell us something about yourself andLocal Artist Interview: Bank Heist
“You ready Vancouver?!” yelled Misaki, a young female performer dressed in bright-coloured urban clothes. “We are Matsuri, a Japanese double dutch jumping rope group! We are here today to perform for you, all the way from Japan!” On August 14, 2012, at the Vancouver Art Gallery, Misaki, followed by herMeet Matsuri
Relay for Life 2012Â SFU-styleÂ is just around the corner!
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This event could change your life! Join with thousands who have decided to fight back at an event that celebrates cancer survivors and honours loved ones who havenâ€™t survived. There will be laughter and fun, joy and sorrow butSFU Relay for Life 2012
Have you ever had this amazing thought or idea during the process of waking up in the morning- just as youâ€™re getting used to the subtle burn of morning light in your eyes- and you suddenly get this feeling that you just HAVE to write down, causing you to skipVIFF: Choose the Right Thing?
Excitement went through the roof as 15 contestants walked the runway at Central City on October 6, 2012, to compete at the Grand Finale for the Surrey Central City Model Search 2012. With prizes including $2000 in cash and a seasonal photoshoot for Central City, audience members were left mesmerized at theCentral City Model Search 2012
CPR is a show that aims for young aspiring choreographers to create from within and bring something truly original and genuine to the stage. In this generation of dance it is easy to fall into only using YouTube and television shows as their source of inspiration. The goal of CPRRI presents: CPR "Challenge, Progress, Refresh"