122 songs by 122 Vancouver, BC artists that will sooth and groove any isolation heartaches💗
Every artist who has performed Root Dwellers over the last 3 years or will perform, when crazy Covid is a thing of the past, is on this playlist!
Root Dwellers is committed to supporting the incredibly talented artists within our music community during this challenging time. We miss our listening room @spadevancouver but will find a way to bring you intimate virtual shows very soon!
Thursday, 23 January 8:00 PM
Saturday, 14 December 6:00 PM
Thursday, 21 November 7:00 PM
Friday, 8 November 7:00 PM
Laydy Jams is a duo of 2 women of colour, based in Vancouver, unceded Coast Salish territories. Featuring Missy D as femcee and Sejal on violin and vocals, our music is a mix of hip-hop, vocal harmonies, violin, and a lil 90's throwback to bring you home, hope, and love for the revolution. We use our music to empower youth, and challenge the themes often seen in popular music and society.Find out more
Kentucky Eileen is a brand new Canadiana quartet born from the bush in the South Interior of BC. Based around melodic swells and four-part harmony, four of BC's most beloved musical savants comprise the lineup; Joshua Smith (The Trips), Dan Tait (Tiger Moon), Sam Balson (Dope Folk, The Stone Sparrow…read more
Jesse Bentley is a singer-songwriter who has been active in the Vancouver music scene for over ten years now in a variety of different musical roles. He is currently performing material from his solo project. A true multi-instrumentalist, he manages to cross-weave genres together and aims to connect…read more
Root Dwellers Music Showcase is held monthly in East Vancouver offering an important and intimate platform for emerging and established music artists.
Root Dwellers is a grassroots live music and interview series that provides an important and intimate platform to Vancouver music artists, both bands and solo artists. The setting is a distraction-free listening room at Spade Coffee & Spirits in the heart of Commercial Drive, East Vancouver. The audience can enjoy performances with an alcoholic/non-alcoholic beverage and delicious food in a cosy, connected, inclusive space and be captivated and drawn into the artists creative realm.