Lykke Li live in Vancouver at Richards on Richards  

written by Hugo Lunny - November 9th, 2008    
When an artist travels across the globe, with a level of hype only given to a small handful of artists each year, the average concert goer's anticipation is high. After many YouTube videos, and television live performances, Lykke Li had set expectations a lot greater than many of her fans thought could be met. On October 28th at Richards on Richards in Vancouver, BC, she lived up to all the talk and excitement that those videos and TV segments had created.

Performing for about an hour, the Swedish born singer showed nothing but enthusiasm and energy as she energetically plowed through each of her songs from her debut album, "Youth Novels." Surprisingly more than three quarters of the sold out crowd sung along word for word, and the encore which Lykke Li's band provided of A Tribe Called Quest's "Can I Kick It?" didn't go down too badly either.

Put simply, her show was a bargain for what we were given.

Lykke Li photos live in Vancouver at Richards on Richards

Lykke Li photos live in Vancouver at Richards on Richards

Lykke Li photos live in Vancouver at Richards on Richards

Lykke Li photos live in Vancouver at Richards on Richards

Lykke Li live in Vancouver at Richards on Richards photos





* All photos taken by Chris Morrison and Natasha Davidson. Not to be reproduced without discussed consent.









L’Orange and Stik Figa – The City Under The City album review

Earl Sweatshirt – Doris album review

Deltron 3030 Announces Fall Tour Dates

ethemadassasin – Soul on Fire album review

Robin Thicke – Blurred Lines album review

Ghostface Killah & Apollo Brown – 12 Reasons to Die: The Brown Tape album review

Rich Gang – Rich Gang album review

Kelly Rowland – Talk A Good Game album review

U-God – The Keynote Speaker album review

Kevin Gates – Stranger Than Fiction album review


- About Us - Site Map - Privacy Policy - Contact Us -

   © 2001-2017 MVRemix Media

MVRemix Urban | Online Hip Hop Magazine | US and Canadian Underground Hip Hop - exclusive interviews, reviews, articles