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CiTR 101.9FM and Discorder Magazine present, NOISE COMPLAINT! A live music and interview podcast featuring some of the best new bands in Vancouver. Subscribe on iTunes and Stitcher, we'll have a new episode for you every Friday starting January 18th.

Latest Episodes

Noise Complaint - Lucid

Lucid swings by CiTR to perform some songs from his debut EP "Unfufilled" and Alex de Boer makes a special guest appearance!

-1 s2019 NOV 29
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Noise Complaint - Lucid

Noise Complaint - Woolworm

With their massive sonics and anthemic pop songwriting, Woolworm is an arena rock band that just so happens to perform in DIY venues. Their music, which somehow seamlessly combines shoegaze, Britpop, post-punk, hardcore and black-metal into an impossibly cohesive sound, is the sum of their parts. Heather Black pounds her bass like she’s ripping a basement punk set before delivering sweet vocal harmonies straight out of the C86 compilation. Nick Tolliday pummels his drums with the reckless abandon of the hardcore scene that birthed the band. All the while, dual guitarists Alex Pomeroy and Giles Roy offer intricate, complex riff interplay as often as they stomp their pedals and break into hard-hitting power chords. “People seem to be rightfully wary of rock in general,” frontman Giles Roy says, admitting that his band’s complicated genre blending is rooted in the familiar. “I like the underdog feeling.” That scrappiness is self-evident, but make no mistake: Woolworm are anything but underdogs. The band’s third album Awe (due out November 8 via Mint) expands the band’s already robust songbook even further by offering a new take on their heavy, hardcore-inflected indie pop sound. The band’s bleakly fulfilling 2017 LP Deserve to Die saw them smashing their heads against the wall, meticulously planning every note before entering a real studio with venerable Vancouver producer Jesse Gander. This time around, they recorded with labelmate Jay Arner whenever the inspiration hit.

-1 s2019 NOV 15
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Noise Complaint - Woolworm

Noise Complaint - Blonde Diamond

Vancouver’s fast-rising, dream-pop quintet Blonde Diamond (formerly Youngblood) is reimagining the live-music experience with their palpable, unapologetic, atmospheric vibe and performance. What started as a creative outlet for front-woman, Alexis Young, Blonde Diamond has now received international recognition for their “simultaneously dreamy and vicious” sound led by powerhouse vocals and ethereal instrumentals. Crowds surrender to the Karen O-like frantic energy and Debbie Harry-esque magnetism. This world-class wrecking crew has toured extensively across Canada, Europe, Australia, the US, and India, sharing bills with Portugal. the Man, Broken Social Scene, CCR, and Chromeo, as well as sold-out Commodore Ballroom shows in Vancouver with Bishop Briggs and Mother Mother. They were named a must-see band at Toronto’s Canadian Music Week, BreakOut West and Australian Music Week 2016, as well as playing festivals FOCUS Wales and The Great Escape (UK), Reeperbahn (Germany), and NH7 Dotin (India) among many others in 2017.

-1 s2019 NOV 13
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Noise Complaint - Blonde Diamond

Noise Complaint - Sara Carbone

CiTR's very own host of "Feeling Sounds" performs songs from her debut album "Irrationale".

-1 s2019 NOV 8
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Noise Complaint - Sara Carbone

Noise Complaint - Sarah Jickling

Sarah's many artistic projects all orbit around the main project of survival - whether in conversation, performance, writing, or dance her voice rings through loud and clear as a fierce force for empathy and change. In her music, Sarah Jickling marries shimmering pop melodies to sharp, candid lyrics about her personal struggles with bipolar disorder. As a touring performer in BC high schools with the BC Schizophrenia Society’s Reach Out Psychosis program she uses music and humour as a tool to deliver practical, destigmatizing education about mental illness. In her newest creative practice, pole dancing and aerial silks, Sarah has turned a coping mechanism into a venue for conversations about shame and body positivity. On The Family Curse, Sarah explores mental illness within families and intergenerational trauma, and documents her childhood experiences and revelations about her family’s history of bipolar disorder.

-1 s2019 NOV 1
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Noise Complaint - Sarah Jickling

Noise Complaint - Atorry Badmind

Duot Bior Ajang aka Atorry Badmind is a South Sudanese musician who just moved to Vancouver in 2013. His music career began in 2010 and he's recorded over 40 songs in different genres ranging from Hip Hop, Reggae, Dancehall and Trap among others.

-1 s2019 OCT 25
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Noise Complaint - Atorry Badmind

Noise Complaint - Gal Gracen

Gal Gracen talks about the origins of his new album, Fantasy Gardens, and performs an intimate set in studio A.

-1 s2019 OCT 2
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Noise Complaint - Gal Gracen

Noise Complaint - Sleepy Gonzales

Sleepy G plays a dreamy set and then talks (mostly) about Bright Eyes with Jasper.

-1 s2019 SEP 26
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Noise Complaint - Sleepy Gonzales

Noise Complaint Episode 14 - Frankiie

With Live shows from Mexico City to Haida Gwaii, an East Coast US tour supporting The Charlatans UK, recording with Jason Corbett of Jacknife Sound, and signing to Paper Bag Records, The journey of FRANKIIE over the last year has been non-stop. Their forthcoming album Forget Your Head marries the lush qualities of Big Thief with an intimate antithetic approach reminiscent of Heart. Reverb drenched guitars and intoxicating harmonies have united four women into a dream-rock outfit whose live performances captivates.

-1 s2019 SEP 13
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Noise Complaint Episode 14 - Frankiie

Noise Complaint Episode 13 - Samurai Champs

Marvin Tontiwachwuthikul Chan, better known by his stage alter-ego Merv xx Gotti, is the singer of of WCMA-nominated Canadian hip-hop/R&B duo, Samurai Champs, as well as Artistic Director of Canadian collective-label, Trifecta Sound Co. With Samurai Champs, Merv xx Gotti has toured internationally to the US, UK, and Europe, performing in festivals such as South by Southwest (SXSW) (Austin, TX), North by Northeast (NXNE) (Toronto, ON), The Great Escape (Brighton, UK), Reeperbahn (Hamburg, GE), Tallinn Music Week (Estonia), and more. As Artistic Director of Trifecta Sound Co., Marvin has curated and organized SK-based cultural events such as Trifecta Music Festival, Trifecta Block Party, and Trifecta Concert Series. He is also involved in the creative career development of Trifecta Sound Co.’s artists, which include LOA, Alex Bent + The Emptiness, Denise Valle, VBRTR and Tefrondon.

-1 s2019 SEP 10
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Noise Complaint Episode 13 - Samurai Champs

Latest Episodes

Noise Complaint - Lucid

Lucid swings by CiTR to perform some songs from his debut EP "Unfufilled" and Alex de Boer makes a special guest appearance!

-1 s2019 NOV 29
Comments
Noise Complaint - Lucid

Noise Complaint - Woolworm

With their massive sonics and anthemic pop songwriting, Woolworm is an arena rock band that just so happens to perform in DIY venues. Their music, which somehow seamlessly combines shoegaze, Britpop, post-punk, hardcore and black-metal into an impossibly cohesive sound, is the sum of their parts. Heather Black pounds her bass like she’s ripping a basement punk set before delivering sweet vocal harmonies straight out of the C86 compilation. Nick Tolliday pummels his drums with the reckless abandon of the hardcore scene that birthed the band. All the while, dual guitarists Alex Pomeroy and Giles Roy offer intricate, complex riff interplay as often as they stomp their pedals and break into hard-hitting power chords. “People seem to be rightfully wary of rock in general,” frontman Giles Roy says, admitting that his band’s complicated genre blending is rooted in the familiar. “I like the underdog feeling.” That scrappiness is self-evident, but make no mistake: Woolworm are anything but underdogs. The band’s third album Awe (due out November 8 via Mint) expands the band’s already robust songbook even further by offering a new take on their heavy, hardcore-inflected indie pop sound. The band’s bleakly fulfilling 2017 LP Deserve to Die saw them smashing their heads against the wall, meticulously planning every note before entering a real studio with venerable Vancouver producer Jesse Gander. This time around, they recorded with labelmate Jay Arner whenever the inspiration hit.

-1 s2019 NOV 15
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Noise Complaint - Woolworm

Noise Complaint - Blonde Diamond

Vancouver’s fast-rising, dream-pop quintet Blonde Diamond (formerly Youngblood) is reimagining the live-music experience with their palpable, unapologetic, atmospheric vibe and performance. What started as a creative outlet for front-woman, Alexis Young, Blonde Diamond has now received international recognition for their “simultaneously dreamy and vicious” sound led by powerhouse vocals and ethereal instrumentals. Crowds surrender to the Karen O-like frantic energy and Debbie Harry-esque magnetism. This world-class wrecking crew has toured extensively across Canada, Europe, Australia, the US, and India, sharing bills with Portugal. the Man, Broken Social Scene, CCR, and Chromeo, as well as sold-out Commodore Ballroom shows in Vancouver with Bishop Briggs and Mother Mother. They were named a must-see band at Toronto’s Canadian Music Week, BreakOut West and Australian Music Week 2016, as well as playing festivals FOCUS Wales and The Great Escape (UK), Reeperbahn (Germany), and NH7 Dotin (India) among many others in 2017.

-1 s2019 NOV 13
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Noise Complaint - Blonde Diamond

Noise Complaint - Sara Carbone

CiTR's very own host of "Feeling Sounds" performs songs from her debut album "Irrationale".

-1 s2019 NOV 8
Comments
Noise Complaint - Sara Carbone

Noise Complaint - Sarah Jickling

Sarah's many artistic projects all orbit around the main project of survival - whether in conversation, performance, writing, or dance her voice rings through loud and clear as a fierce force for empathy and change. In her music, Sarah Jickling marries shimmering pop melodies to sharp, candid lyrics about her personal struggles with bipolar disorder. As a touring performer in BC high schools with the BC Schizophrenia Society’s Reach Out Psychosis program she uses music and humour as a tool to deliver practical, destigmatizing education about mental illness. In her newest creative practice, pole dancing and aerial silks, Sarah has turned a coping mechanism into a venue for conversations about shame and body positivity. On The Family Curse, Sarah explores mental illness within families and intergenerational trauma, and documents her childhood experiences and revelations about her family’s history of bipolar disorder.

-1 s2019 NOV 1
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Noise Complaint - Sarah Jickling

Noise Complaint - Atorry Badmind

Duot Bior Ajang aka Atorry Badmind is a South Sudanese musician who just moved to Vancouver in 2013. His music career began in 2010 and he's recorded over 40 songs in different genres ranging from Hip Hop, Reggae, Dancehall and Trap among others.

-1 s2019 OCT 25
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Noise Complaint - Atorry Badmind

Noise Complaint - Gal Gracen

Gal Gracen talks about the origins of his new album, Fantasy Gardens, and performs an intimate set in studio A.

-1 s2019 OCT 2
Comments
Noise Complaint - Gal Gracen

Noise Complaint - Sleepy Gonzales

Sleepy G plays a dreamy set and then talks (mostly) about Bright Eyes with Jasper.

-1 s2019 SEP 26
Comments
Noise Complaint - Sleepy Gonzales

Noise Complaint Episode 14 - Frankiie

With Live shows from Mexico City to Haida Gwaii, an East Coast US tour supporting The Charlatans UK, recording with Jason Corbett of Jacknife Sound, and signing to Paper Bag Records, The journey of FRANKIIE over the last year has been non-stop. Their forthcoming album Forget Your Head marries the lush qualities of Big Thief with an intimate antithetic approach reminiscent of Heart. Reverb drenched guitars and intoxicating harmonies have united four women into a dream-rock outfit whose live performances captivates.

-1 s2019 SEP 13
Comments
Noise Complaint Episode 14 - Frankiie

Noise Complaint Episode 13 - Samurai Champs

Marvin Tontiwachwuthikul Chan, better known by his stage alter-ego Merv xx Gotti, is the singer of of WCMA-nominated Canadian hip-hop/R&B duo, Samurai Champs, as well as Artistic Director of Canadian collective-label, Trifecta Sound Co. With Samurai Champs, Merv xx Gotti has toured internationally to the US, UK, and Europe, performing in festivals such as South by Southwest (SXSW) (Austin, TX), North by Northeast (NXNE) (Toronto, ON), The Great Escape (Brighton, UK), Reeperbahn (Hamburg, GE), Tallinn Music Week (Estonia), and more. As Artistic Director of Trifecta Sound Co., Marvin has curated and organized SK-based cultural events such as Trifecta Music Festival, Trifecta Block Party, and Trifecta Concert Series. He is also involved in the creative career development of Trifecta Sound Co.’s artists, which include LOA, Alex Bent + The Emptiness, Denise Valle, VBRTR and Tefrondon.

-1 s2019 SEP 10
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Noise Complaint Episode 13 - Samurai Champs
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