Video of Jason Friesen performing Bobs and Lobo track on BVFMS show

BVFMS Show features songs by kids performers Bobs and Lobo.  Local guitarist, Jason, plays one of the Bobs and Lobo tracks for kids to sing in the CICK studio.  Unfortunately, due to technical difficulties, the video only features one song.  Come back to this site again soon as we will once again feature more in studio music video.

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A Sled Island Love Letter

   It might have been Kim Gordon, holding her guitar by the strap, standing on her stack amp in high heels, swinging the instrument into the carpeted wall to produce a wobbling feedback. 

     It might have been that I stood in the crowd encircled by members from Viet Cong, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Milk, Body/Head, Big Brave and more while watching guitarists frenetically sling their guitars to and fro while staring eachother in the eyes. 

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This is What Yo La Tango Sounds Like After You Just Watched Godspeed You! Black Emperor At A Small Church in Downtown Calgary:

      Day two at Sled Island is all about not worrying. Get up. Don't worry about sleep deprivation. Don't worry about missing shows that day because of full venues. Don't worry about that bruise on your leg. Don't worry about the fact that you're supposed to be on a low-sodium diet for your high blood pressure and you had three hot dogs and a buffallo chicken wrap the previous night. 

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Noise at Sled Island


  What luck! I'm in Calgary again for Sled Island 2015!

  I made it in a whirl-wind to Calgary just in time for the Godspeed You! Black Emperor set last evening. I got out of my cab and there was Thor Harris (of Swans) on his way to the show. I high fived him, and passed on affection. I told him: "I'm from Smithers!" and he smiled with enthusiasm "Oh that's sooooo cool!"