On Monday, April 25th my favorite soulful Asian pop bandÂ Hello, SirÂ performed live at our station. It was a risky adventure from the start as Mark fromÂ BandcouverÂ rigged up a spectacular wiring system so that the four instruments and three mics would have quality audio for the performance. If you've ever beenBOB Winners perform live for Y57
It’s been referred to as an epidemic of sorts. A hot-button topic. A serious health issue. In many regards, the track record and attention on head injuries in sports make it hard to deny any of these labels. It’s not something that is being held behind whispers anymore, everyone knowsHead Injuries in Sports: The Real Penalty
The Parish of Little Clifton is the project of multi-instrumentalist and Agassiz, BC native, Simon Bridgefoot. The first collective sounds to come out of this project came about with his previous EP entitled Haselnus which was released on the local digital label Cultus Vibes. His next release came in theRecord Review: 'Portia' - The Parish of Little Clifton
On September 14, I attended Me in Media, a discussion of minority representation in today's media. It was organized by Schema Magazine and United Nations Association in Canada, and featured such panelists as Riaz Meghji from Breakfast Television, Sid Tan, Dr. Stuart Poyntz, and Shima Ghailan.
It was an interesting talk,Me in Media: Oh so close
Kline is the moniker of electronic producer Taylor Kline who weaves together minimalist soundscapes with intricate beat work, taking influences from producer and DJ culture, hip-hop production, like-minded artists and friends, and his own artwork.
Kline, originally from Calgary, Alberta, began his musical endeavors as a DJ for some years before,Kline: Music Through Imaginative Art
It was a slightly nerve-racking first day at the Y57 radio station; I had just gotten a job as the new junior music coordinator and I was a touch too eager, arriving at the radio station early. My first mission: to be the official door opener for all the stuffRecord Review: 'Million Miles of Trouble' - Jason and the Diatonics