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Jasper Sloan Yip

Every Day And All At Once

I spent five days in Vancouver in July 2010, and picked up a handful of records, this is one of the many. Jasper Sloan Yip’s debut record1¬†Every Day And All At Once is is foray into sugar-laced pop folk music. It starts off with the bouncy and fun “Kiddo” which sets a perfect tone for the entire record. With a nice mix of guitar and banjo, ukulele and violin, drums, bass and keyboard, Yip’s creates a nice playful sound that where all the instruments balance off one another without overpowering the others. Yip’s style reminds me of a gentle Elvis Costello, and perhaps for a local Toronto appeal, a bit… Read More »Every Day And All At Once

Jasper Sloan Yip

I spent most of today wandering around Vancouver with my sister, or my sister-in-law, maybe my ex-sister-in-law, my Kelly. We had fun, as it had been a long time since I last saw her. We visited Gas Town, China Town1, Red Cat Records, was joined by Bryan2 for nachos3, and then finally we headed over to Granville Island4 to see a handful of bands, mostly Jasper Sloan Yip. It was about a month or so ago when I first heard of Mr. Yip’s songs. I really liked the two or three I had come across and wanted to hear more. The next day at work, one of my coworkers asked… Read More »Jasper Sloan Yip