It may seem like a lot of work, but when you have a budget like UBC’s, it’s actually pretty easy to do.
We took our first step toward building an indie band’s roster by buying an Indie Band Pass, a membership that lets you buy in-store tickets for just one show, and online to listen to and download their new songs.
When we first started our search, we looked for bands that we could support with our own money, but we found a few bands that could do it for a fraction of the cost.
The band’s name was A New Generation, and its debut album was released in 2017.
We started by going to UBC for a demo show, which was free and included access to the venue, as well as the option to watch the band’s new music video.
After the show, we sat down with a few of the musicians to talk about their music and their dreams for the future.
It wasn’t long before we were hooked.
The bands’ songs were catchy, the live show was well-attended, and the atmosphere was intimate and friendly.
UBC was a safe haven for aspiring musicians, and we were all really happy to get involved.
As the band progressed, we found out that some of the bands members had previously been in bands that were much smaller than the one we were going to.
They wanted to work with UBC again, and so they invited us to audition for their next record.
When the audition process started, it felt very different than what we had expected.
It felt very familiar, and it was super easy to fall in love with the band, which meant that we were willing to do whatever it took to get there.
This year, the band has expanded to 10 shows in Vancouver, and a record is due out in 2019.
We were stoked to have been selected as a full-fledged band, and to finally be able to play at UBS, the best music school in the world.
We are incredibly excited to be able play at the best venue in the country.
You can catch us playing our latest single “Love Me Like” at UBERBAM in 2019, and if you can’t make it to Vancouver this summer, you can still catch us in 2019 on tour with other local indie bands like Tame Impala, Aesop Rock, and more.
You’ll be able hear us play at several festivals around the country, including SXSW, Bonnaroo, and Outside Lands, as part of a four-city tour.
We’ve also been playing at more local venues like the Vancouver Music Festival, which is our favorite music festival in the city.
UBS Music Academy is a great place to learn about the music scene in Canada, and one of the most exciting things about UBC is that you can get into the world of music in a relatively affordable way.
Our first two shows at UBAM, as the band got a little bigger and started to get popular, were pretty successful.
We made it to the top of our tier, and by the end of the year we were booked for almost every major Canadian festival, and UBS had booked us for festivals like Pitchfork Music Festival in Atlanta, Governors Ball in Chicago, and Lollapalooza in Austin.
We also played at Lollapolooza this past spring and summer, which were both amazing experiences.
We’re excited to see what the future holds for us, and our dream is to play festivals like SXSW and Bonnaroot in 2019 and 2020, and maybe even the Biggest Secret Festival in Canada.
With that, we’ll see you next year!