Thursday, February 13, 2014


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Earlier this month, I had the pleasure of meeting and chatting with Vancouver musician David Ward. I interviewed him before his show at the Tranzac Club in Toronto for Faze Magazine. His new album, Golden Future Time, is a two part saga that showcases two different sounds — "Side A is more cinematic spooky art rock and on side B there's more synthesizer-based experimental soul jams," David explains. It was released on January 28, 2014.

What is it about music?

"I just love it. I love listening to it, I love making it. When you're singing on stage live and you're connecting with people on that kind of level, it's a spiritual experience. There's something so special about music, the way it translates to people and the way it translates to me. It carries so much, the stories, emotions, lessons—it's a special art form."

He's working on a cool documentary taking a look at the Canadian independent music scene and I'm excited to see how it turns out.

For more updates, check out and find him on Facebook & Twitter!

Keep an eye out for my full article in the next issue of Faze Magazine.

- Christina
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