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Rockula vs Funkenstein A Halloween Thrill Show- Brass Camel, Chase The Bear, RainCity and Bad Magic
October 31 @ 7:00 pm - 11:30 pm$8 - $20
Thursday October 31
Doors 7pm, Show at 8pm
$15 Advance or if you arrive before 8pm
$20 at the door after 8pm
A Halloween Thrill Show
Chase The Bear
Inspired by the greatest music of the past century, Chase the Bear draws inspiration anywhere from the incredible songwriting of The Beatles, the hard-hitting instrumental proficiency of Led Zeppelin, and various elements of funk, soul, and modern rock in between. Lead singer Troy Gilmore dominates the stage with his electrifying presence and smoky, powerhouse vocals while the rest of the band deliver tasty harmonies, raw musicianship, and an incredible amount of energy that rises throughout the show – a collaborative and intimate experience that ends with an explosion of talent, passion, sweat, and occasionally confetti.
Raincity is a Vancouver-based Funk-Rock group making waves with their unique sound. Fronted by female leads on saxophone and vocals, their audacious performances are loaded with engaging interplay and explosive energy. The five members of Raincity combine their eclectic influences including Amy Winehouse, Moon Hooch, and the Red Hot Chilli Peppers, creating a distinctive sound with infectious grooves, chameleon tones, and no regard for boundaries. Each musician is equipped with as much personality as style, leading to a dynamic live experience that is unapologetic and empowering.
Bad Magic is an unholy musical invitation to feel your way through the darkness and get you dancing with your shadow. Drawing inspiration from the same ancient and primal forces that drive rock n roll, r&b, heavy metal and the blues – the Vancouver, BC based 4-piece have found a unique and powerful sonic vibration to tap into. They wear their tricks on their sleeve and aim to please based on the simple fact there is magic in the moment and it’s up to all of us to capture it. With an arsenal of thoughtfully crafted, high energy songs and thought-provoking lyrical content there is something for everyone to move to and be moved by. The rhythmic undertones of thick, muddy grooves become possessed by a pounding and dynamic drummer, allowing the vocals to traverse between the carnal and the ethereal with a commanding authority. Soaring lead guitars bring context to manic rhythmic climaxes orchestrated by an enigmatic front man with some demons to work through.
This event takes place on the unceded traditional territory of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh