Yes Wave Promotion
and The Good Will — Social Club
“Derm Kean and An Incredible Woman deliver. They take over the bar, they consume your attention, and they obliterate everything but you, the music, and the small radius of people dancing directly beside you.” — Chad Pelley,The Overcast
Fusing the melodrama of Copenhagen post-punks such as Iceage, Holograms and Lower with the grit and aggression of American noise rock in the tradition of Scratch Acid, Winnipeg's Pleasure Dens are a sonically blistering yet melodically inclined rock outfit prone to pairing bouts of rhythmic mania and piercing feedback with brooding—though sometimes explosive—vocals reflecting the ever-present allure of giving up on everything.
They are making a record soon.
Dead Fibres were begotten within the booze-flooded months (and years) of directionless anxiety following the conclusion of high school and out of this monotonous milieu they have managed to birth a distinctive blend of grunge, punk and psychedelia that is both aggressive and rhythmically driven. In late 2014 Dead Fibres dropped their self-titled debut, which was backed up with a Canada-wide tour in 2015. This summer will witness the second Dead Fibres’ Canadian Tour wherein the band will attack an expanded number of cities, bringing with them an updated sound and vision.
Craterface is an assorted four-pack of prairie indigo children. The residual rot from the carcass of synth punk band The Bad Nerves, Craterface (kray-tehr-fayce) is a wholesome slice of Canadiana that's not afraid to rock.
Saturday July 14th
at The Good Will Social Club
625 Portage Avenue
Doors at 9:00 PM
Music at 10:00 PM
$10 advance tickets available at The Good Will, Into The Music (both locations) and The Vintage Saint (70 Albert St.)
No oppressive behavior will be tolerated, as per the Good Will's rules of conduct and general decency.