220 Elgin st. 2nd Floor
Doors at 8pm| Showtime at 9pm
$10 Advanced | $13 at the door
Though they’ve been playing together since 2006, the members of Toronto-based pop-rock quartet Jane’s Party – Devon Richardson, Tom Ionescu, Jeff Giles, and Zach Sutton – feel like they’re just starting to gather steam.
Ready to take off after years roving Toronto’s vibrant bar scene and touring great swaths of Canada, their third full-length album, Tunnel Visions, arrives as their most confident and mature effort to date. Produced by Blue Rodeo’s Greg Keelor and recorded at his remote farm in Southern Ontario, it’s comprised of songs about being on the road, about losing loved ones, about growing up and coming to grips with life.
“In my world, bands rarely surpass four members. A bass, guitar, piano, and drums are the only essentials needed to get people out of their seats and dancing like idiots. Special effects don’t attract fans, catchy hooks do, and lead singers are always accompanied by rich harmonies and backing vocals. Is this too much to ask of today’s musical talent? Maybe so, but at least there’s one group out there meeting my specifications; Toronto indie-rockers Jane’s Party.”
-Adam Lalama (Noisey)
Bitter North, based out of Ottawa Ontario, delivers a fresh approach to the alt indie rock scene. On the rise across Ontario and Quebec, the band is quickly growing as they develop their sound with a new EP release in 2017. While making a name for themselves playing original music, there’s nothing more Bitter North cares about than new crowds filled with amazing people to meet and share their sound with.
Bitter North is a 5-piece band consisting of Hannah Fraser (Vocals), Matt Cress (Guitar), Ben Spero (Bass), Matt Cook (Keyboard), and Colin Campbell (Drums). Having been on the scene for 2+ years, Bitter North uses intricate riffs and groove-fueled rhythms layered with complex, ear-catching harmonies to bring one of the freshest sounds around.
Keep an eye open and an ear out for them as they deliver their signature sound through energy-driven performances on a stage near you. Get up and dance, or sit back and vibe, they are Bitter North.
Harea Band is a young group of professional musicians bringing back the classic sounds of soul and disco with a modern twist. They have garnered a reputation for putting on high energy and entertaining live performances and over the past few years have become one of the top bands out of the Ottawa region.
Harea Band has released two EP’s featuring heavy tunes that will make you dance and get stuck in your head for days. They’ve headlined the Blacksheep Inn, The Horseshoe tavern and many more while also playing slots at Ottawa International Jazz Festival and Ottawa City Folk Festival.