Music Minute
LATEST EPISODES
In Limbo: Alternative folk feelings In this episode of the Music Minute, NEWS 1130's William Cook slows down the pace with the Vancouver alt-folk act In Limbo. Formed in audio production school, the band recorded their first EP in the school's studios during many late-night sessions. Catch them performing at Gastown's Portside Pub on Thursday, March 19. Find out more on the event page here. Mar 14, 2020, 01:06 PM
Milk Crate Bandits In this episode of the Music Minute, NEWS 1130’s William Cook takes you back to the 1920s with the Vancouver band Milk Crate Bandits. You can find them performing their traditional New Orleans jazz at Gastown's Guilt and Co. on Sunday, March 8th. Find out more on the event page here. Mar 07, 2020, 02:23 PM
Phono Pony: Not your typical drum and guitar duo In this episode of the Music Minute, NEWS 1130’s William Cook tells you what a theremin is and about the band that uses it in their music. It’s Vancouver’s Phono Pony and you can find them performing at the Astoria on Thursday, March 5th. You can find out more on the event page here. Mar 01, 2020, 11:20 AM
Dead Cells: Dark punk poetry In this episode of the Music Minute, NEWS 1130’s William Cook showcases a dark punk band known as Dead Cells. The Vancouver band takes influence from death rock, first wave post-punk, and Scandinavian garage punk. They’re performing at the Astoria on Sunday, March 1. You can find out more on the event page here. Feb 29, 2020, 01:42 PM
The Noodle Boys: Ramen infused indie rock In this episode of the Music Minute, NEWS 1130’s William Cook introduces us to Vancouver’s The Noodle Boys. The four-piece seasons their music with hints of rock and roll, indie and jazz, and like to hold their own local music “mansion” parties. They’re performing at the Railway Stage and Beer Café on Saturday, Feb. 29. You can find out more on the event page here. Feb 22, 2020, 07:16 AM
Moondle: Magic realism meets jazz-inflected indie pop In this episode of the Music Minute, NEWS 1130's William Cook introduces us to Vancouver’s Moondle. The group navigates dreamy sonic labyrinths, enchanting libraries of real and made-up languages, and lush, imaginative musical interplay. They’re performing at the Red Gate Arts Society on Wednesday, February 19th. You can find out more on the event page here. Feb 15, 2020, 08:00 AM