Vancouver's ONLY monthly Saturday night event which is 100% dedicated to alternative music / nightlife / art / culture / fashion & music returns, with a SUPER fun theme! MADHÄUS only happens once a month, and we count on ALL our alternative culture loving friends to help us create magical memories with everyone under one roof, so please JOIN - INVITE - SHARE the event!
View the KILLER promo video here :http://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=10150749425215174
It's that time of year again where the Descent team asks, Have you been Naughty? Or Nice this year?
This December 21 celebrate the solstice with us for our epic annual party. In true Naughty or Nice tradition the Descent team will be handing out a plethora of amazing and joke prizes.
Come out to memorialize this holiday season with your favorite Vancouver Goth night!
Added a bunch more from Natasha to the public gallery page.
Some Photos from Skinny Puppy w/ FLA, Haujobb & Youth Code
Submitted by Atratus on Wed, 2014-12-17 16:50
[ view gallery ]ConcertsSkinny Puppy w/ FLA, Haujobb & Youth CodeCommodore2014-12-16A few photos from Cindy and kitsune_13 from the Skinny Puppy, Front Line Assembly, Haujobb & Youth Code show at the Commodore have been posted to the public gallery.
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A black on purple Gothic cat cameo pendant with green crystal rhinestone eyes, antiqued silver setting, brooch pin on back and adjustable necklace chain.
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