Vol. 1 No. 15
July 12, 1996
Vancouver's Music Magazine.
ON the 'Net and OFF.
What other magazine would bring you Napalm Death
and the Jazz Passengers in the same issue?
The Index to Everything Drop-D
Notice: Issue #16 will be published one week late, on
July 25, to allow us to complete production on Issue #4 of the
offline edition of Drop-D. In the meantime, check out our
new Search Engine!
What? No Aliens?
Instead, Independence Day finds the Gate being invaded by cool local bands.
Live Review: The Daisychain / 1000 Stamps / The Papillomas / Space Kid / Pinwheel, the Gate, July 4, 1996
Sound as a Weapon
British grindcore kings bring their anti-music to a sweaty Starfish Room.
Live review: Napalm Death / At the Gates / Grudge, the Starfish, June 25, 1996
Debbie Does the Commodore
Hmmm. Why are there tables on the dance floor? Oh yes: table dancing!!
Live review: the Jazz Passengers with Deborah Harry, the Commodore, June 23, 1996
A musical descent into heck.
Live review: Econoline Crush / the XMembers / Media Sex God, the Town Pump, July 6, 1996
A Midsummer Night's Punk Show
Oh, come on, Surrey isn't THAT far away!!
Live review: Ten Days Late / the Lams / Reggie / Zero Penance, Surrey Masonic Hall, July 6, 1996
In the Hands of Father Jazz
Legendary New Orleans mentor and gene pool plays a rare Canadian gig.
Live review: Ellis Marsalis Trio / John Hart Trio, Vogue Theatre, June 23, 1996