Vancouver

Venue Nightclub

  • 881 Granville St.
  • Vanccouver, BC V6Z 1L1
  • Phone: 604.646.0064
Venue perfectly straddles the line between concert hall and nightclub, often hosting both crowds in the same evening. Everyone from Major Lazer to Hank Williams III to David Guetta to TV on the Radio have played sold out shows while weekend club nights are packed, with guests partying in the VIP areas and ripping up the dance floor. A two-level, 500 person space, Venue has one of the Vancouver’s best sound system and light shows, accommodating staff and an endless list of guest artists and DJs.

February 24, 2019

Never over-confident, COIN's contagious exuberance braces every track. Their acclaimed self-titled debut album was released in the summer of 2015, produced by Grammy nominated producer Jay Joyce (Cage The Elephant, Sleeper Agent), establishing them as a unique band that was here to stay. SPIN described them as 'Dream-pop joy...' and the overwhelming reaction to their 2016/17 hit "Talk Too Much," perfectly teed up their second album, How Will You Know If You Never Try, and subsequent album teasers "I Don't Wanna Dance,"… more

March 9, 2019

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March 13, 2019

Soloist and Girls’ Generation singer Tiffany Young will embark on her first-ever North American solo tour early next year. The Lips on Lips mini showcase tour will take Young to eight different different cities throughout the continent, beginning with a show March 3 in Toronto. She’ll then head to New York on March 6 and follow up with shows in Chicago, Minneapolis, Seattle, Vancouver, San Francisco and Los Angeles. An EP is expected to be released early next year ahead of the tour. Wednesday, March 13th 2019 at 7:30pm… more

March 27, 2019

To say musician, author and activist Laura Jane Grace has had a defiant career would be the understatement of the year. Whether being accused of leaving the DIY punk scene to pursue a major label career over a decade ago, or courageously challenging people's conceptions of gender identity with a bombshell Rolling Stone article, Grace has remained a daring and influential cultural figure in her over 20+ years of creating dynamic art across various mediums. Sure, she’s bound to worry some fans with her decision to press… more

March 30, 2019

Though he got his start with a traditional, lyrics-based focus, St. Louis rapper Comethazine turned his focus toward bass-heavy, trap-inspired party-starters similar to Lil Pump and Lil Uzi Vert. After issuing a series of singles and EPs in the mid-2010s, he released his debut full-length, Bawskee, in 2018. Born Jahmier Velazquez in 1998, he was a lean-loving high-school dropout. Influenced by Nipsey Hussle, Odd Future, Lil B, and Chief Keef, he started rapping in 2015. He soon discovered that his initial output was not… more

April 18, 2019

Failure’s 2018 release In The Future , marked the Los Angeles trio’s first new music since the 2015 album, The Heart Is A Monster. The self-released, four-song EP is the first of four new releases planned for the next year: three EPs culminating in the release of a full-length album this fall. The band’s fourth album, The Heart Is A Monster, arrived in June 2015. The 18-track collection was hailed by fans and critics alike for “brilliantly picking up from where Fantastic Planet left off” (Rolling Stone) and serving as… more

April 23, 2019

Best friends since the age of 11, the members of Wallows have spent most of their lives obsessing over music together, steadily gathering a musical vocabulary that’s expansive and erratic and wildly eclectic. On their full-lengthdebut Nothing Happens , the L.A.-based trio puts that vocabulary to work and draws from infinite inspirations: scores to Spike Jonze movies, the Beatles’ most rhapsodic digressions, bedroom pop and lo-fi hip-hop and ’70s post-punk. The result is an album that’s endlessly unpredictable, yet… more

April 30, 2019

Peter Bjorn and John return with their eighth full-length studio album fall 2018 when they release Darker Days on October 19th. Written almost immediately after the release of 2016’s Breakin’ Point, the band decided to strip away the noise and take it back to a simpler time where it was just the three of them, playing music together and releasing albums every other year. The 11 songs on Darker Days reflect this move, showcasing each member’s unique songwriting style while sounding resolutely like a band that has played… more

May 6, 2019

The third full-length from L.A. band Bad Suns, Mystic Truth gets its title from a piece of art that vocalist Christo Bowman stumbled upon while visiting London’s Tate Modern on tour. Created by Bruce Nauman in 1967, the neon-and-glass piece spells out a possibly paradoxical statement in blue spiraled cursive: “The True Artist Helps the World by Revealing Mystic Truths.” “I thought that connected back to the message of the record, which is about finding the extraordinary in very simple things, even though we’re living in… more

June 23, 2019

BLUE OCTOBER, the San Marcos, TX-based band known for shimmering rock songs and haunting lyrics on albums such as 2009’s Billboard Top 15 debut, Approaching Nor mal, 2011’s Billboard Top Ten debut Any Man In America and the Platinum-selling Foiled, makes a triumphant return with Sway (Up/Down Records), the band’s first album in two years. With lush, atmospheric songs such as “Bleed Out,” “Angels In Everything” and “Fear,” and the edgy rocker “Put It In,” the Texas four-piece comes back strong with a revitalized energy… more

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