Amplify Your Community Topping Out Over 12k!

CIVL Radio is pleased to report that though pledges are still coming in, and the count goes on, after a $700 + silent auction, a sold out Gala event at The Reach Gallery and Museum with You Say Party, Oh No! Yoko, Little Wild, The New Atlas, Casey Ambrose and The Parish of Little Clifton, as well as our #CIVLBattle, Punjabi Poetry Reading at the Khalsa Diwan Society, and the very first CIVL Drive-In Movie heard live on 101.7 FM, we’ve demolished our stretch goal of $10,000, and as of today have cruised over the $12,000 mark in funds raised to Amplify Your Community!
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Stay tuned to hear what’s next on the docket for CIVL 101.7 FM and our plans to move on from here in Amplifying Your Community and rocking the new school year!
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#CIVLBattle Week 9! One Last Chance!

This is it.
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The final chance to see who will represent the Fraser Valley’s best and brightest musical groups in CIVL’s ten week Battle of the Bands extravaganza!
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After The Nacaals rocked Losses and Wild Card MG Graveyard out of the playoffs this past Saturday, it’s up to Chilliwack’s Empty After, Langley’s Derrival, and Abbotsford Wild Card Yes Men Jr. to decide the final band to make it into our deciding round and qualify for no less than $200 in gear!
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#CIVLBattle Week 3! Tie goes to…

Hrdwtr open with a stellar set!

 
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The first set of curve-balls thrown at this year’s #CIVLBattle reared their awkward head in week 3 of round 1, which saw Aldergrove’s Hrdwtr, Abbotsford’s Poppy and the Pistols, and Mission’s The Nacaals, who replaced Surrey’s Kara Kata Afrobeat Group last minute due to a scheduling conflict.
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The set-up made for excitement enough, with a surprise entry from the highest rated submission not originally included in the initial 18 band competition, as was pared down from the whopping 47 submissions CIVL received from bands across the Fraser Valley.
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But as Randy Bauchmann famously said, you ain’t seen nothin’ yet!
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Though Hrdwtr performed admirably in their opening slot with no shortage of catchy and well orchestrated tunes, it was The Nacaals and Poppy and the Pistols who finished off the night with, of all things, a tie for first place!
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One of two week 3 winners!

Poppy and the Pistols; One of two week 3 winners!


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Both bands will now advance to the playoff round, and all bets are off for what happens in the next three weeks of preliminary competition!

Surprise last minute additions, The Nacaals make out with a week 4 tie to move on!


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Stay tuned for next week when Abbotsford rock quartet Minnesota Nice, Langley ska-punkers Guts and Glory, and Abbotsford post-hardcore virtuosos Losses square off in what is bound to be one of the barn burner nights in this first round of the #CIVLBattle!

CIVL Battle Round 1 Week 2

You know the drill – This Saturday (May 18) Aftermath, UFV. Doors at 7pm, Show starts at 7:30pm. $5 Cover.
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Come out and support your favorite band – who will it be?
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Lonely Cave Kings Often compared to artists such as The Gaslight Anthem, The National, Kurt Vile, and Franz Ferdinand, Lonely Cave Kings are fast up-and-comers with a passion for creativity and a penchant for composing memorable music that will keep your toes tapping while reminding you what nostalgia feels like.
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Casinos Casinos are Alex Vevers, Kier-Christer Junos, Zachary Keely, and Mitchell Trainor. A four-piece originally spawned from the hormone-soup that is high school, the members of Casinos know each other very dearly; their beloved project has gained a meaning beyond simply playing shows. This, is where life refreshes itself.
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Old Mare Old Mare released Their EP,”YOU DESERVE MORE” in January of 2012. The project sat in the top 10 charts on CIVL for a number of weeks. Old Mare’s sound has expanded since the release and they look forward to sharing it with all their friends at the Battle of the Bands.
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Merciful Angel & #CIVLBattle – Week 1 Down, 9 To Go

Congratulations to the winner of Week 1 of CIVL’s first ever Battle of the Bands!

Week 1 Winners Merciful Angel!


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Merciful Angel will be facing off against two other playoff qualifiers at the end of June at UFV Abbotsford’s Aftermath. Which other two bands will fit this bill?
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Stay tuned to find out!


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This past weekend, local Abbotsford high school phenoms Yes Men Jr. shocked and awed the audience with their masked performance of psychedelic kraut-drone, disappointing the scenester faithful by finishing third behind runners up 7th Avenue, whose homegrown brand of good ol’ rock’n'roll coasted them into an easy 2nd place, just behind Week 1 champions, Abbotsford’s own Merciful Angel.
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Mission's 7th Avenue!


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Remember, every band still has a chance to make it into the playoff round through online fan voting, and we’ll let you know how that works as soon as you check back enough times!
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So stay tuned and get ready to be the difference maker in this competition!

Battle of the Bands This Saturday!

This Saturday marks the first week of the first round for the Fraser Valley Battle of the Bands at Aftermath on the UFV campus in Abbotsford.
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Competing will be 7th Avenue, a rock and blues band from Mission, synth-punk trio Yes Men Jr. and traditional thrashers Merciful Angel, both from Abbotsford. Come out to hear some of the Fraser Valley talent and help them win industry prizes from Long & McQuade, Tractorgrease multi-media, Jayme Anne Photography, and Five Acres Studio.
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Doors at 7, show starts at 7:30pm, $5 cover. All ages.
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7:30 pm:

 

7th Avenue is originally from Mission B.C. The band has been playing for well over a decade. Their music is well known to the local fans in the Fraser Valley. Valann Dupuis, Clayton Burch, and Kevin Wall are the original band members. Lorne Penner on Bass and Johnny Rocksteady is the drummer.
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Yes Men Jr is a local Abbotsford-based synth-punk band featurin’ lean mean beatnik teens on a bankrupt budget.

8:45 pm:
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Founded in 2008, Merciful Angel has been tearing up the Fraser Valley scene. With a mix of all the older metal we love, with a somewhat modern approach Merciful Angel has a unique defining sound of it’s own. Releasing our e.p this summer , it’s gonna be a face melter.
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CIVL Launches the Fraser Valley Battle of the Bands! Apply before April 22nd!

CIVL Radio is pleased to announce it’s first ever Fraser Valley Battle of the Bands! Bands of all genres, ages, and addresses are welcome to apply to compete in a Fraser Valley free-for-all, judged by a CIVL panel, that can win them great prizes like free recording time, other production services, photo shoots, and gear!

Click Here to Apply Now!

The Battle of the Bands will begin in May, so check out the form below this poster to apply!
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For any added questions or concerns, please contact sophia@civl.ca
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Apply Now! CIVL's Fraser Valley Battle of the Bands

Apply Now! CIVL's Fraser Valley Battle of the Bands

Click Here to Apply!

Prizes:
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First Prize — $500 gift card for music equipment, 3 live video recordings at Tractorgrease, Band Photo Shoot from Jayme Anne, and 6 Songs Mastering
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Second Prize — $300 gift card for music equipment, 100 pins
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Third Prize — $200 gift card for music equipment, 100 pins

Open mic night at UFV Aftermath


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ABBOTSFORD, B.C – CIVL Radio and Birds of Canada host Adam Roper played host to open mic night at UFV Aftermath on Wednesday January 31, 2013. The all ages event was open to students and non-students all over the Fraser Valley. Locals watched performances ranging from ukulele, fiddle, poetry and duets. Host Adam Roper and CIVL station manager Aaron Levy performed some of their own pieces to the large crowd.
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Open mic night will continue on the second Wednesday of every month at UFV Aftermath. The next open mic event will take place during reading break on February 13, 2013 at 7 pm. Come check out local talent or perform at our next open mic!stephen curry shoes 2013 for sale5.0 nike free runs

CIVL Streams Live from SUSPocalypse!

Cory Woodward, Rugfoot, Oh Village and Sidney York play live on UFV’s Abbotsford campus today between 3-7 pm for The Weeks of Welcome event SUSPocalypse!
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Listen to the online the live stream here!
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Sidney York


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Photo Courtesy of Harbourliving.ca

UFV’s own Oh Village!
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B-Lines Play U-House for CIVL and SUS

Live on UFV Campus at U-House this Friday!


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CIVL is very excited to present the first in a series of summer concerts on campus at UFV!
B-LINES (vancouver)
LOVE CUTS (vancouver)
CLASSIC MERNA (abbotsford)
DOORS AT 7PM
BANDS AT 7:30PM
5 DOLLARS — FREE for UFV Students!
ALL AGES
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BROUGHT TO YOU BY CIVL, UFV’s Student Union Society AND UFV STUDENT LIFE
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UFV’s Student Union Society will be offering concessions of food and beverage at the venue, and ALL UFV STUDENTS will get in free! $5 cover for non-students.
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Stay tuned to hear about the great events we’re going to bring you towards the end of each month.
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THIS IS AN ALL AGES SHOW! NO ALCOHOL OR DRUGS! ZERO TOLERANCE!
AT THE UNIVERSITY OF THE FRASER VALLEY’S U-HOUSE
(THE EAST END OF CAMPUS NEXT TO THE LIBRARY)
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