touch me, i'm sick
I have the flu, but there are a bunch of good shows going on tonight, so while I am wrapped up on my couch playing video games and watching TV, hopefully you're getting out and seeing some live music.
Tomorrow at the Rickshaw, the film Revival: A Fixed Gear Journey gets its Vancouver debut. Congress plays live.
Raghu Lokanathan, Jenny Ritter, and the Wild Turkeys play Our Town on November 14th.
Peace and Walter TV play the Gallery Lounge at UBC on November 19th. It'll be broadcast live on CiTR's Live on Thunderbird Radio Hell.
The same night, the Evaporators and Kid Kordene play a free show at the Morrissey.
Love & Elektrik and Chris-a-riffic play Shine on the 24th. The Winnie Cooper/No More Strangers guys spin records before, between, and after.
The Evaporators also headline a show at WISE Hall on the 27th that celebrates the end of the CiTR fundrive. White Lung and Mt. Career also play.
On December 3rd at Honey, Modern Creatures, Twin Crystals, and Pompoir celebrate the release of the Modern Creatures/Twin Crystals split LP, the Pompoir LP, and the Reflektionss/n213 split LP. Tight Solid is on hand to help them celebrate.
Former Polaris Prize winner, Patrick Watson plays the Vogue on December 10th.
Speaking of Polaris Prize winners, how awesome is this?
Also on December 10th, J. Tillman (of Fleet Foxes), Pearly Gate Music, and Red Cedar play the Biltmore.
The Pointed Sticks play two shows at the Rio on December 19th. In the afternoon, the Evaporators and Pretty Vanilla open the all-ager and at night the TVees and the Strange Magic lend their support at the evening show.
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