Doors at 8:00pm | Show at 9:00pm
$10 Advance | $15 Door
All Ages | Licensed
Flowers For Daniel:
What started out as a solo acoustic project by singer/song-writer Algernon Friolet in 2015, Flowers For Daniel has since morphed into a 4 piece alt-rock act consisting of members Matt Code (Bass), Cody Haché (Drums), and Jesse Wiseman (Cello). With this new collective, Friolet (former frontman of The Royal Streets) blends clean intros and unique verses with infectious hooks that ultimately lead to energetic finishes. While the overall sound is a reflection of different influences within the band, fans of Friolet’s trademark vocals and playing style will not be disappointed
It all started with a friend who said “you have to hear her voice!!”. Matt’s band of 4 quickly became 5 and Bitter North hit the Ottawa Music Scene. At first they focused on covers of some of their favorite artists but it became clear that there was too much creativity that needed to get out. Matt was constantly working on guitar riffs of which Hannah and Ben would write a melody & words would flow from past significant experiences & crazy events. Their music is heavily influenced by 90s grunge rock bands like the Foo Fighters, Soundgarden, Stone Temple Pilots mixed with Heart/Evanescence vocals … but they can’t be molded into just 1 band sound. The band combines 3 vocals, guitar, bass, keys, drums & violin in various songs which they are in studio recording now. You must catch them live to experience their amazing energy & cohesive blend of musicianship, stage presence & love of music.
Po Lazarus is a four piece band from the city of Montreal. Anthemic love dirges meant for the spitbucket.
For the past three years, Kasador (formerly the Will Hunter Band) has been bringing their blend of Canadian indie rock to cities across Ontario and Quebec. Birthed from the acoustic styling of front man Will Hunter, the group has evolved into an electric entity that has crowds closing the gap to the monitors wherever they go. With a sound built around powerful, catchy choruses, the band keeps audiences swaying and singing from the first chord to the last.