Danica Bansie

Danica Bansie

Photographer, Writer (Vancouver, BC, Canada)
- Besides possessing the gift to ramble, (seriously, Led Zeppelin could have been writing about her rather than Lord of the Rings) Danica is a Media and Communications trained creative originally from Ottawa currently based in Vancouver. She is a passionate music lover, an enthusiastic writer and photographer, obsessive traveler and over-user of superlatives.
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With nearly four months to devour, regurgitate, and fully digest Arctic Monkeys’ most recent album, Tranquility Base Hotel and Casino, out now on Domino, it can now be inserted into a definitive ranking of the band’s six studio albums.
on Sep 06, 2018
Whether it be by choice, or simply not yet their time, the following female-heavy bands are creating exciting, quality music, having yet to become household names, and for that we’re grateful. Get to know Guantanamo Baywatch, Triángulo de Amor Bizarro, The Coathangers, Tacocat, and Peach Kelli Pop.
on Jul 09, 2018
It’s International Women’s Day and what better time for a new installment of Women of Rock? Today, we’re paying homage to some of the Godmothers of Rock, so get your pencils sharpened and take note!
on Mar 08, 2018
Milky Chance closed off their North American leg of the "Blossom Tour" with back-to-back sold-out shows in Vancouver.
on Feb 14, 2018
Portugal. The Man graced Vancouver with their presence for two nights at the Vogue Theatre.
on Feb 10, 2018
A day that started with a tsunami warning, which turned to hard rain, ended with even harder rock performed by Queens of the Stone Age on the Pacific Coliseum stage.
on Jan 27, 2018
As history teaches, tremendous hardship leads to pivotal cultural liberation via music. While major names tore up charts in their triumphant return, under the radar women of rock music were making a name for themselves in (somewhat) quiet revolution.
on Dec 30, 2017
It would appear as though everyone packed into the quaint Vogue lobby was already familiar with a King Gizzard performance, and the way they spoke of them made me that much more anxious.
on Apr 22, 2017
Kaptur is a new band that has a great understanding of balance and beat, I commend the versatility on Go to Waste.
on Mar 22, 2017
Our Undivided Attention displays Benchmarks' clear talent as musicians. I, for one, am excited to see how their career progresses with their interesting take on alt-rock.
on Mar 22, 2017
The following five acts are exceptionally unique, adept musicians that I'm excited for you to listen to. You've gotta check out Habibi, Shannon and the Clams, Nice As Fuck, Babymetal and Cherry Glazerr!
on Mar 05, 2017
Matthew Good, despite being around for years, is still refreshing in his stage presence. He walks out like the Canadian Rivers Cuomo, but without pizazz - truly there to perform quality music.
on Feb 27, 2017
Alt-rockers Big Wreck came to shake the Commodore Ballroom a couple weeks ago and rock it they did! A crowd with some age, clearly thrilled to be there, Big Wreck was all smiles throughout the entire performance.
on Feb 09, 2017
Every time I have seen Arkells they have exuded energy, and when they played Vancouver on February 1st it was no different.
on Feb 07, 2017

7.5 / 10

Snowdonia is hearty breath of fresh air. A clear surf rock album complete with perfectly timed wah-wah, super slides, and occasional reverb which closely resembles Astro Coast, having matured.
on Feb 01, 2017
Vancouver received a true treat last Tuesday when AFI took to the Commodore Ballroom stage. The emo, punk band that developed such a devout following in the early 2000's brought an extraordinarily passionate performance on their first Canadian stop of the "The Blood Tour".
on Jan 30, 2017
How cheesy would it would to say that Epica was beyond epic? The Dutch band played Venue in Vancouver mid-November and brought their particular brand of symphonic-inspired metal with full force.
on Dec 14, 2016
Nashville alternative rockers MONA took to the Commodore Ballroom on a rainy November 23rd evening. The quintet, who were opening for July Talk, managed to summon quite the crowd despite being the opening act.
on Dec 01, 2016
Sum 41 ended the Canadian portion of their "Don't Call it a Sum-Back" tour in Vancouver last Friday night at The Commodore Ballroom and wow, I don't think anyone was sufficiently ready to have their faces rocked off as if it were 2004.
on Nov 04, 2016
Young the Giant kicked off their two night stint in Vancouver on October 26 for their Skullcandy presented "Home of the Strange Tour" with vigour.
on Oct 31, 2016

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