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Local Drop Magazine
Local Drop Magazine was a Calgary-based print and online publication for emerging local culture.
“‘Being uncomfortable makes people laugh; being scared makes ME laugh. People think that comedy is to block vulnerability, which I would agree with, but there’s also vulnerability in putting yourself out there and being the jester to make someone else happy.'” (p.17)
–Local Drop Magazine / September 2018
“‘I definitely think that my main love for DJing specifically comes from that ability to so easily tell a story to people without my own words. Everybody’s interpretation is different of any art; even an article can be interpreted differently.'” (p.12-13)
–Local Drop Magazine / October 2017
The original BeatRoute Magazine was a music, art and film monthly print and online publication. It was established in 2004 and was initially distributed across Alberta, then, in 2009, across British Columbia.
THE VALLEY BELOW: HOMEGROWN TALENT DREAMS BIG
“‘We’re interested in building the brand (North Country Cinema) mainly as a Western Canadian thing. Obviously, Kyle’s family’s from here and we have a lot of friends out here. We wanted to bring more experimental and personal narratives to this relatively underrepresented part of the country’…”
–BeatRoute Magazine / August 2013
WRECK CITY: AN EPILOGUE FOR 809
“‘We think too much about longevity and archivability of work, [which] provides a stagnant sort of society. I think tradition is the disillusion of permanency, to an extent, so I really like the idea of this place getting knocked down.'”
–BeatRoute Magazine / April 2013