News — February 3rd, 2004

Boompa presents at CMW

Friday, March 5, 2004
The 360 – 326 Queen St. W

THE SALTEENS (Vancouver)
“Vancouver based indie pop outfit, The Salteens, have avoided the traditional sophomore slump by crafting an album of some the happiest pop music to stem from north of the border.”
- Outburn Magazine –

SEKIDEN (Brisbane)
“Combine a love of old school synths, crunching guitars and the most energetic and enthusiastic drummer in the country and you’ve got Sekiden.”
- DB Magazine, Australia -

GIRL NOBODY (Vancouver)
“Marta Jacuibek, the band’s sultry-voiced singer, turns in a performance that comes off like eerie Berlin cabaret. The music, meanwhile, is a buzz-building blend of ethereal sweetness and shoegazer fury.”
- The Georgia Straight –

KEVIN KANE (Kelowna)
“When Ginger first came out on the scene, it was quite clear who the Wings component of the Grapes of Wrath were. I hate to say it but Kevin Kane very well may be the new James Taylor. Now let us never speak of it again. ”
- Vox Magazine –

NATASHA THIRSK (Vancouver)
“For the second time in the past two years, a meteor from the universe of Chicks Who Rock has smashed into my decks.”
- Air Magazine, Japan –

BILLY AND THE LOST BOYS (Vancouver)
“Billy and the Lost Boys play feisty pop punk with an incisive sense of tunefulness.”
- Exclaim! Magazine –

REVERIE SOUND REVUE (Calgary)
“Reverie Sound Revue has quietly built a reputation as one of the city’s most exciting and interesting bands… with a captivating live show.”
- The Calgary Sun –