Sweet Alibi w/Matt Paxton • Oct 4

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SWEET ALIBI with MATT PAXTON
Friday Oct 4, 2019
Doors 7:00PM, Show 8:00PM
Tickets: $20 (+SC) adv., $25 door • 19+

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Known for their soulful three-part harmonies, West Coast Music Award Winners Sweet Alibi have shared their folk roots-pop infused music with listeners across North America and Europe since 2009. They are the distinct and complementary voices of Jess Rae Ayre, Amber Nielsen and Michelle Anderson, joined by Alasdair Dunlop on bass and Sandy Fernandez on drums. Their music has garnered national accolades and awards, has been featured on MTV Canada, CMT, it has received major radio play on college/community and satellite radio, with several songs in the top 20 of CBC Radio 2’s national charts.

“Sweet Alibi definitely belongs in the category of best Canadian folk-pop artists” – Coolibri GERMANY

“Sweet Alibi’s expert harmonies and timeless soul continue to draw eyes and ears to the ‘Music Heart of the Continent’ Winnipeg!” – Beatroute Magazine

Saint Lo. w/Matt Paxton • Apr 27, 2019

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SAINT LO. with MATT PAXTON
Saturday Apr 27, 2019
Doors 7:00PM, Show 8:00PM
Tickets: $10 (+SC) adv., $12 doors • 19+
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Saint Lo. is a Montreal-based band with roots that stretch across the continent. Their songs are nuanced and layered featuring hypnotic vocals, profound lyrics, incredible harmonies and varied instrumentation. They sing about complex emotions – vulnerability, isolation, connection, nostalgia, and loss – always infused with more than just a hint of hope.  Their new album, We Could Be, is a thematic tour-de-force for Saint Lo. The video single “Wounds” is a stunning ode to the long healing process that comes in the wake of the rupture of a relationship. The song is a mix of alt-folk and classical layered with cinematic pop and it’s easy to imagine it as part of the soundtrack of a film or cable series. Filmed on a rainy day in Esquimalt on Vancouver Island, the video for “Wounds” was created in collaboration with Montreal-based film editor Olivia Du Vergier and Vancouver-based videographer Daniel Keen.