Wavelength: Doors Open After-Party w/ The Holy Gasp + more
- 1416 Queen St. W.
Wavelength at Doors Open Toronto – AFTER-PARTY!
After a hard day of riding your bike around the city to hear awesome free concerts in beautiful heritage buildings for the Music Series at Doors Open Toronto, head over to Bike Pirates for more bands, bikes, and beers!
The Holy Gasp
Toronto’s one and only beatnik jazz-punk party band, bringing conga frenzy and daily affirmations to displaced urban bohemians everywhere.
Pure garage punk minimalism, the Toronto-via-Sackville, NB crew once known as Kappa Chow makes a catchy racket and look good doing it.
The Pucumber Sasssquash Family Band
Vegetables matter, and so does this Hamilton collective of produce obsessives with names like Asarahguts and Zucchini Jackson, who slice and dice dissonant guitar riffs and pureed beats.
New Toronto post-punk quartet, with great songs and dynamics inspired by the likes of Sleater-Kinney, The Ex, and Fugazi. Not to be missed!
DJ New Jewel Movement
Melissa Vincent is a new addition to the Wavelength crew, a music journalist and also one of the organizers of Toronto’s recent It’s Cold Outside festival, which aimed to bring together isolated factions of the all-ages hardcore scene.
Saturday May 27
Bike Pirates, 1416 Queen St. W.
9pm – ALL AGES
$7 advance at Ticketfly
$10 at the door
* Physically Accessible Venue
* Sliding scale at the door / No one turned away due to lack of funds
* Not affiliated with Doors Open Toronto
Info on Daytime Programming: http://bit.ly/doorsWL
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