Jasper Sloan Yip’s brand of sweetly self-conscious, celebratory folk pop rock is both intimate and immense. He recently gifted Vivoscene with a brief encounter and revealing interview.
For well over a decade now the hard-working and instantly obliging Canadian actress, and sometimes musician Liane Balaban has made good as indie film paramour and unassuming altruist. We interviewed her recently about her career and current projects.
Gold & Youth are not imitators; they are a unique and individualistic band with a busy slate of tour dates ahead of them this year. Here is their exclusive Vivoscene Interview with Jason Motz.
Playful and progressive Vancouver six-piece, Public Domain, plunges the listener into a world of exciting sounds by providing a storehouse of musical style and technique. Recently the entire group shared their perspective with Vivoscene’s ‘super handsome’ Shane Scott-Travis.
Catching up with the classy Clea Anaïs (vocals, cello, keyboards), one third of Calgary’s indie folk pop savants Raleigh, proves a full bloom delight for both interviewer Shane Scott-Travis and the Vivoscene audience.
Vancouver’s Synthcake will take the listener down curious thoroughfares, into bizarre back roads, and on delightful detours filled with crashes of colour, chimerical characters and strangely inhabited places. Vivoscene’s Shane Scott-Travis recently caught up with her for an exclusive interview.