Kazoo! Fest and Place for Bands present:

Matthew Progress (12:30AM)
Doomsquad (11:45PM)
Moon King (11:00PM)
Korea Town Acid (10:15PM)

@ eBar (41 Quebec Street)
Not Physically Accessible (stairs)
Saturday April 14th 2018
Doors 10:00 PM • All Ages / LIC • $12

Matthew Progress // https://soundcloud.com/matthewprogress

Pushing back against the stereotypical 'Toronto Sound' in hip-hop, Matthew Progress is a rough voiced rapper who prefers house rhythms for his productions. Described by Noisey as the “Rap Evangelist Spreading the Gospel of House Music”, Progress has been making a name for himself by carving out his own space. Follow the link to watch a cult themed video for the anthem 'Sip Test'.


DOOMSQUAD // https://doomsquad.bandcamp.com/

DOOMSQUAD is a Toronto-based experimental trio formed by siblings Trevor, Jaclyn and Allie Blumas. Their music is diverse, a kind of psychedelic dance that includes vocals, electronic, and physical instruments. Their most recent studio album, Total Time, was made in New Mexico, where the trio spent a month writing new music before bringing in Holy Fuck keyboardist Graham Walsh for the recording process. Linked below is a mystical desert trip to the song Pyramids on Mars.


Moon King // https://moon-king.bandcamp.com/

Moon King is the most recent project from Detroit based songwriter and producer Daniel Woodhead. Expect deep grooves on a rich backdrop of disco rhythms. Last year Arbutus records released their album Hamtramck '16, a pop-friendly LP steeped in dance culture. Linked below is an animated music video for the groovy track In & Out.


Korea Town Acid // https://soundcloud.com/jessica-kaera-cho

Jessica Cho performs improvised live electronic compositions as Korea Town Acid. Using a selection of synths and samplers Cho brings together influences from house, techno, and dub. As a classically trained pianist, Cho has the know-how to back up this ambitious approach to live performance. Follow the link for a taste of Korea Town Acid in a live studio performance featuring lights by previous Kazoo! Fest contributor Karl Skene.


This show is happening as part of Kazoo! Fest 2018.
Check out all the other amazing events happening April 11-15th at: www.kazookazoo.ca

Place For Bands programs an ongoing series of independent live music events in Guelph, ON. For more information visit: www.placeforbands.com

Additional Notes: 

Poster by Thomas Campbell

Visuals for this event were provided by Tronotape

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