Oct
21
to Oct 22

Aestrid

Aestrid is a three-piece band from Soest, the Netherlands. Their sound balances between post-punk and ambient electronic music meeting the wideness of shoegaze in the middle. Whether it is about the randomness while improvising, or the perfectionism that used to rule the early days of the band, Aestrid is always about the feeling that remains.

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Sep
30
to Oct 1

The Meringues

The Meringues have a whole new meaning for stage presence. They're like a freight train that's about to de-rail; an abandoned building leaning on it's last lonesome support wall. 

One screw comes loose, and the whole thing could come crashing down right in front of your eyes. Their live show is a catastrophe waiting to happen and you won't be able look away.

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Sep
25
to Sep 26

Goldwing

The core members of Goldwing are Ryan Gollogly (lead singer/songwriter, guitarist), Nick “Pickins” Patterson (banjo/vocals), Matt Kirby (electric guitar/vocals), Matt “Jeebs” Simpson (bass), Tony Silvestri (keyboards/vocals), with a revolving cast of musicians joining the band on stage to add drums and female vocals.

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Sep
2
to Sep 3

Georgia Straits

Often described as "not bad", "pretty loud" and "I saw them once when I was really drunk", Georgia Straits have taken the Kingston music scene by storm since their first show in September of 2016. With their energetic (borderline aggressive) indie sound and manic stage act, a Georgia Straits show will at best blow you away, and at worst leave you mildly entertained by the guy rolling around yelling into the mic. Ian Winkler and Dan Gillis both play guitar and lead vocals, Logan Barr tickles the ivory keys, and Josh Rodley pounds the drums and provides sweet, sweet back-up vocals. 

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Aug
11
to Aug 12

The Wilderness

The Wilderness was born from the words of Dick Prenicke, Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, Charles Bukowski, Irvine Welsh and other prolific 20th century writers. Through dedication and optimism, The Wilderness has completed the transformation from 4 university students to a fully formed indie rock band. With influences spanning an esoteric musical spectrum, The Wilderness will continue to reinvent itself and seek to draw in an audience that can handle the ride.

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Jul
22
to Jul 23

Paper Ladies

Once mortal enemies, Thomas and Joe grew to gain a healthy respect for one another, and chose to express this respect through music. With the imminent demise of their previous musical venture, The Stone Throws, the two quickly fell back into their old, hateful ways. The Paper Ladies is their latest attempt at maintaining respect for one another through the use of tasty licks and slick grooves. They hope to inspire dance and love throughout all who listen to their music, and have the dream that a fan will day name their twin sons Thomas and Joe (not necessarily after them, it'd just be nice). The boys invite you to come hang, dance, and love. No Guff.

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Jul
3
to Jul 4

Rocket Surgery

Rueben deGroot has a vast arsenal of themes and ideas for a seemingly endless amount of excellent songs.  His phrasing and melodic ideas are as strong and flawless as his clever lyrical choices and although comparisons can be made and influences seen, there is nothing predictable about his music and approach to songwriting.

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Jun
3
to Jun 4

Chris Koster

Chris Koster is a rare talent. A multiple-threat on keyboard, guitar and vocals, Koster continues in the tradition of Prince and Trent Reznor – self-contained, self-produced visionaries who know exactly where they are going and how to get there.

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Jun
2
to Jun 3

Miesha and the Spanks

Calgary's Miesha & The Spanks formed in the early summer of 2008 as an amplified two-piece version of Miesha Louie's crooning acoustic side project. With songs coming from the same confessional heart, the music matured into the rock 'n' roll Louie had originally sought, with the help of rotating members of "The Spanks"- into the current arrangement of grit soul vocals, ringing sixties guitar, jangly shuffling drums, and wheezing Hammond organ.

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