11.11.2006

see: Elliott Brood & more

A great line-up of shows tonight (aka Saturday):

  • Elliott Brood highlights dial613's schedule. Come for the "death-country", but come earlier for the sweet country tunes (which are, in fact, very much alive) courtesy of locals Casey Comeau & The Centretown Wilderness Club, Vancouver's Blood Meridian, and more local content from Dear Judah. A very 'cohesive' bill altogether, should be a rootin'-tootin' barnburner. Of death. Country.
  • At Babylon, local punk act Harshey release their new album, but that may not really be the main storyline of the night. While postering for the show, a band member was fined $720 for violating the city's postering bylaw, triggering a bit of a counter-movement; you may have noticed some of these signs on city posts lately. Anyway, that fine really sucks for Harshey, but for the whole scene too, so feel free to show your support by showing up and grabbing an album. (Read more here and here)

If neither of those float your boat, local Asian-infused surfrockers The Empiricals play Irene's and Peterborough nonstoprocknrollers James McKenty & The Spades play at The Pour House.

1 comment:

matthew said...

I just heard about the Blood Meridian show at the Black Sheep being canceled, so finding out that they're opening for Elliott Brood is cool...I'm going to have to try and make it out to that now.