The Cascade sat down with members of local band MALK Alex Smith, who provides vocals and guitar, and Miranda Maria, who sings and writes songs. Other members of the band are Kyle Schick, Jaydee Bateman, and Lou Labbe-Bass.
Author: Martin Castro
Following up the critical success of Run the Jewels, Atlanta rapper Michael Render, a.k.a. Killer Mike, and New York native Jaime Meline, also known as El-P, released the latest fruit of their collaborative genius in the form of Run the Jewels 2.
We’ve all noticed it — the weather’s been getting colder by the week. So which coat of the many stuffed away in our closets should we reach for? A lined trench? A wool pea coat?
Clockwork Indigo’s Vancouver stop surpassed all expectations. On Saturday, November 1, the hip-hop supergroup comprised of Flatbush Zombies and the Underachievers graced the Vogue to perform a sold-out show.
Canada is facing a serious stray cat overpopulation problem, according to the Canadian Federation of Humane Societies (CFHS).
On Thursday November 26, 12 Years a Slave was shown in B101 as part of a series of film screenings at UFV titled Slavery, Race, and Civil Rights in the Americas.
The Press Café got a spooky thrill on October 29 with All Hallows’ Read, a Halloween-themed reading of scary poetry and short stories. Held by the English Student Association (ESA), the reading drew an intimate crowd of about 20 students.
Flatbush Zombies and Underachievers are two hip-hop groups that hail from the neighbourhood of Flatbush, located in Brooklyn.
On Wednesday October 22, UFV was visited by journalist Gwynne Dyer, who spoke to a crowd of around 40 to 50 people in B101.
When I heard that Joey Bada$$ was going to be stopping at the Vogue Theatre during his tour promoting his upcoming debut album, B4.DA.$$, I immediately bought tickets, which, at a $30 price tag, seemed more than reasonable.