(Montréal, Thee Silver Mt. Zion)
with special guest
presented by Debaser
at General Assembly
5B Fairmont Ave
located behind 5 Fairmont. Head into the parking lot, and look for black garage with red door.
tickets $12 + service fees / $15 at doors
licensed / all ages
fully accessible entrance and bathroom
bathroom is gender neutral
No one turned away for lack of funds.
All Debaser events adhere to this policy. But if the show hits capacity, we do have to turn people away. Contact email@example.com to request a pay-what-you-can or free ticket to any show, and have your spot saved for you.
We acknowledge this event takes place on stolen territory of the Algonquin nation, and we recognize Algonquin peoples as the original keepers of this land.
We welcome all people who refrain from harmful behaviour, including harassment, violence, and violation of consent. We strive to maintain a safer space for survivors of abuse and those subject to systemic oppression, and reserve the right to as perpetrators of harmful behaviour to leave.
Jessica Moss is best known as violinist, backing vocalist and co-composer with the acclaimed cult chamber-punk band Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra, the avant-klezmer group Black Ox Orkestar, and for her involvement in multiple records by Carla Bozulich’s Evangelistaand two albums by Vic Chesnutt. In the last 18 months she has been invited to perform solo at Le Guess Who festival in Utrecht, ATP festival in Wales, Winnipeg New Music Festival, Big Ears Festival in Knoxville, Pop Montreal, the Biennale, and Suoni Per Il Popolo festivals in Montreal, and has supported Julia Holter, Godspeed You Black Emperor, Stars of the Lid, and Jerusalem In My Heart. A sought-after guest live and in studio, notable most recent examples are Big Brave for their previous and upcoming releases with Southern Lord, and Zu for their critically acclaimed recent release Jhator out on House of Mythology. She released her debut solo record Pools of Light recorded by Radwan Ghazi Moumneh on Constellation Records May 2017.
Her Harbour is the moniker of Montreal born, Ottawa based singer-songwriter Gabrielle Giguère. Employing autoharp and piano as her primary instruments of accompaniment, Giguère crafts deeply personal songs driven by her evocative voice and use of silence and rhythmic space. Her Harbour’s sophomore effort Go Gently into the Night, is a collection of eight dream folk songs set in the Canadian landscape and focuses on how life and mortality occupy the seasons.