A release show for Leave's new EP, "Jeremiah/Carolina".
Tickets $15 at the door, $10 online in advance.
Doors at 8:00PM, show at 8:30PM sharp.
The Fox Cabaret is 2321 Main Street
on the W side of Main between E. 7th and E. 8th Ave
Leave is the experimental folk music project of Emma Citrine and David Knights Cowling. Mavens of melancholy reverberations, and lovers of the simple stories of folk music, they together showcase two powerful and emotional voices, infectious melodies, and a series of consuming stories.
Hollow Twin comes to you from the depths of two old souls brought together in this life by serendipity. Melding together the experiences and wisdom of those that have been here before into a sweeping landscape of intertwining vocals, dreamy instrumentals, and moving lyrics. Hollow Twin is Becky Wosk and Emmalee Watts.
Kuri is a recording artist based in Abbotsford, British Columbia. Performing for several years with his group, Oh Village, listeners have come to appreciate his honest songwriting and intriguing musicianship. Now he experiments further with bold arrangements of classical instrumentation paired with modern alternative structures.
This event and the European-rooted systems of music making we will be propagandizing will take place on the unceded territory of the Coast Salish Peoples, including the territories of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations. This act is not apolitical, nor entirely removed from the violent history that continues to playout within this province, and throughout Canada.
The main cabaret room is wheelchair accessible via a ramped entrance, with a wheelchair accessible washroom available.
A release show for Leave's new EP, "Jeremiah/Carolina".
The Toast Collective is the spot to get your folk fix. On May 18th three acts will sing songs of solitude and sadness to the tune of a fine spring evening.
Reagan Mutt is a singer-songwriter who plumbs the depths of human experience to write songs that are at once dark and strangely optimistic. Blending elements of folk and blues music with atmospheric soundscapes create space for songs that will make you think.
Leave is the experimental folk music project of Emma Citrine and David Cowling (The April Fools Childrenhood). Mavens of melancholy reverberations, and lovers of the simple truths of folk music, they together showcase two powerful and emotional voices, infectious melodies, and a series of consuming stories.
The Galactic Butterfly performs her own folk compositions in French and in English, as well as covers of songs by some of her favourite artists: Feist, Jeff Buckley, Tracy Chapman, Eva Cassidy, Daughter, Ben Harper, Boy, Sarah Blasko, Frank Sinatra, Norah Jones, Camille, Georges Brassens, Edith Piaf, Cali, Francis Cabrel, Damien Saez, Renaud (to name a few).
She has a vast repertoire of more than 100 French and English songs to share.
Ilana Zackon is a singer-songwriter who writes songs from the heart. She combines folk and jazz to tell the stories of her darkest, deepest and most profound moments.
$10 at the door 🖤
The artists acknowledge that this event will be taking place on the traditional unceded territories of the Musqueam, Tsleil-Waututh and Squamish peoples.
Doors at 7:00, Music at 8:00.
The collaborative debut of two longstanding Vancouver musicians, Leave is Emma Citrine and David Cowling (The April Fools Childrenhood). Between them, they’ve released five solo albums since 2010 and have performed locally dozens of times at music halls, historic theatres, and intimate cafés. Together they showcase two powerful and emotional voices, infectious melody lines, and a series of melancholy stories.
Whether playing an intimate living room set or an energetic full-band show, Bryan Michael delivers a performance of scorching energy and uninhibited emotion. Bryan chronicles his own experiences through melancholic songs about winning some, losing more and getting punched in the face. A bittersweet combination of radically vulnerable lyrics and soaring vocals impel you to feel every single thing that he feels.
If folk music is “all the music that fits between the cracks”, then ursidae springs forth from the lush, dark soil that lives between rocks and sidewalk squares. Tapped into tradition, and stirred by the indie folk stylings of Daughter, Bon Iver, and Sharon Van Etten, ursidae gives voice to her own stories in her newest release, an EP steeped in dusky blues and the salty waters of lonely love. Tender and whimsical, honest and fierce, ursidae takes listeners on a journey through dreamscapes and back alleys—all the while reminding us that there’s beauty in sadness, that we should savour the emotions that make us oh-so- hopelessly human.
Lord of all horses. Tireless steed of Gandalf the Grey (nee Olórin). Ridiculous beach bod. These are all words that describe the horse Shadowfax, but don’t at all describe the members of the band Shadowfax. But at least they can hold instruments. You ever try doing that with hooves? Not easy. Take that, neighsayers!
Sad folk, dancey folk, artsy folk, and hip hop are their game. Join the herd.
3pm - Door
4-5 Special Guest Starters
+ More surprises
Trash City Productions Presents:
Stick and Poke's release party for their NEW album "Never Going Back"!
Featuring locals Leave and Outcast Nihilist
Never Going Back is a compilation of stories about true love, emotional loss, abuse with non-linear healing, magical friendships and much more. These songs were slowly written throughout the past two years mostly in the cold winter months & recorded over the past six months. Join us for an evening of local jams and fun times, Lauren & Al are so, so excited to finally release this album!
Never Going Back CDs & new s+p patches will be for sale!
3017 Copley Street
Doors 7:00 /// Music 8:00
10$ // PWYC
Live Acts and The Live Agency Presents Shotgun album Release party with special guests Toy Zebra, JVR & The Bomber and LEAVE. June 30th at The Media Club.
9:00PM doors. $10 in advance or $12 at the door.
The time has come! Join Four Destinations in celebrating Leo's first album release show.
After signing with 4D Records back in October of 2014, Amy Williams (aka Leo) has been plugging away in the studio to create her dream album, and at long last, TIDXLS is complete and ready to be shared with the world. Leo will be playing her set with North Shore DJ, Solar.
Leave, the opening act, is an indie rock band from Vancouver. They will be playing songs from their latest album "Allow to Remain". Leave is made up of ultra-talented and haunting musicians Emma Daly and David Cowling.
The official release show will be taking place at 1018 pound road, in West Vancouver, on June 10th from 7-10pm Everyone is invited, but this is a youth oriented show.
There will be food and non-alcoholic drinks.
$5 ENTRY! There will also be a merch table with TIDXLS CDs and posters, as well as, Leave CDs. Leo and Leave will be happy to autograph any merch.
We will see you on the 10th!
WHEN: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3RD
DOORS: 7:30PM | SHOW: 8:00PM (SHARP)
WHERE: VANCITY CULTURE LAB (THE CULTCH)
Advanced tickets at: tickets.thecultch.com
Tickets available at door subject to availability
Featuring an opening performance from blues-rocker:
EASTWOOD (LILLI CARR)
First chance to pick up ALLOW TO REMAIN on CD for discounted $10 launch day price!
Pictures and comments at the Facebook source.