The Imaginary Zine is a 60-page old school printed zine recounting our first 10 years with some of our favorite blog posts and stories from our imaginary friends. It is extemely limited with only 333 handcrafted zines made.
It also includes a cd chock full of rare, live, or exclusive songs by some of our favorite local artists, including The Long Winters, BOAT, Tullycraft, Exohxo, Tennis Pro, Math & Physics Club and many more!
Here's a band that named themselves after a Vancouver restaurant where robots make sushi, playing music that intentionally de-emphasizes traditional guitar, instead opting for spacious tones with plenty of room for the irreverent.
I love me some Fringe. And our very own festival is upon us -- for eleven glorious days (September 17th to October 1st) we'll be treated to more than 500 performances by 100 participating local, national, and international companies.
It's said that Meriwether Lewis eventually committed suicide because he was not up to the task of describing the beauty of what he saw as he trekked across the country, and here I find myself in a similar, if not as extreme circumstance.