Category Archives: rock

Your soul could never grow old, it’s evergreen

There’s not much I love more than a good, slow-dance worthy ballad.  Ed Sheeran’s Thinking Out Loud is perfectly swoon-worthy.  His words, cadences and that sweeping melody makes me long for a time when earnestness and gigantic overtones were admired not met with incredulous … Continue reading

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I Love You Like Crazy But Only for a Minute

Rainy nights and a full belly leaves little else to do but reminisce about long forgotten crushes.  I crush a lot.  I had some hard-core crushes that defined my life back in the day.  Ones that kept me awake at … Continue reading

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We’re gonna chase the demons out of town, Singing when you feel alone

Ten years ago today, the Stars released Set Yourself on Fire, and life as I knew it changed forever. I had recently moved back to the West Coast after spending a year living in the Interior, and had no plans.  I … Continue reading

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The Precarious Dance of A Sister Sister Roadtrip

“Older sisters never quite get past the slight they felt on the day you were born.”  -Anon There’s no relationship as riddled with hidden grudges; passive aggressive tendencies; arguments; tears; slaps and out right animosity as that of sisters.  But … Continue reading

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Say What You Want and Then You Get it Maybe

I think Fuck and Run was the first time I ever heard I girl swear in a song.  I heard it on the University Radio station late at night so the song felt very special, like a forbidden secret that none … Continue reading

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The Make Out Master Mix – Playlist Friday

I’m not good at many things.  But I can make a mean mixtape.  I make at least one a week for my dance class and am the designated iTunes DJ at parties and mix CD creator for road trips. Most people … Continue reading

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Pearl Jam and the Indian Rain Man of the Vancouver Canucks

If you don’t know Tim Thompson, you should.  He is the genius behind all the Hockey Night in Canada opening montages, which are often a bit too Toronto-centric for my taste, but still manage to take my breathe away almost every … Continue reading

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