Feast In The East 71: Luge LP Release, Retired, Baby Labour, Deep Waters
Feast In The East is a bi-monthly east end music, food, & art installation series.
This month features a free dinner by Ted Crosby.
Toronto no wave freaks celebrate the release of their first full length LP "Tall Is Just a Feeling". An obvious must grip for weird punk fans. Luge bust angular guitar & bass jabs over funk infused rhythms that squirm and shake. Bouncing bass lines & speedy drum patterns pull you in, as Luge seamlessly morphs from a languid stroll into chaotic spazz punk fury. Absurdist vocals wander amongst mangled guitar notes. Their locked in rhythms section spits out bastard funk grooves sound like they are straight out of late 1970's NYC.
Toronto free form punk jazz wanderers Retired bring dark eerie forbidding sonic meanderings to life with Percussive movements that cruise seamlessly through ominous bass tones. Guitar growls unhinged, as saxophone splutters a bitter syrup. Like a junkyard creation slowly breaking apart as it races towards an impending destruction that will never come. Becoming more haunting & mangled as it evolves from one form to another. The swing of jazz emanates from what is more like some lost kraut jam.
BABY LABOUR (https://babylabour.bandcamp.com)
Guelph based weird punks create groove laden angular jammers. Methodical guitar mangling, silky distortion over surfer influences meanderings. Driving fuzz & whipping drum patterns make their speedy compositions sound like some NES game theme that's glitched out. These guys are the real deal!
DEEP WATERS (https://www.instagram.com/deepwatersband)
Formed at Girls Rock Camp 2016, these young rockers continue to evolve, recently playing at the Polaris Prize Gala! The quartet channels a 90's alternative rock, with hints of punk. Their self aware lyricism is full of humour and conflicting emotions that pour out in vocal harmonies. Come on time to check these next generation Toronto rockers!
$10 Adv at Circus Books and Music, Cask Music, Rotate This, and Soundscapes.
$12 at the door
Free dinner with adv. ticket!
Feast In The East is made possible through support from Moog Audio and Wellington Brewery