No Shame: Water Colour

NO SHAME: Water Colour

It's almost time for Fall! Ok! Ok! Don't groan. Fall isn't as terrible as most Canadians make it out to be. While the lot of us prefer the nice, warm weather of the Summer, some are comfortable saying goodbye to the mid-year favourite of many and welcome the colour-changing leaves and windy skies of Fall. Well, guess what? There is a band that is very, very good at opening their warm arms to you in an Autum-esque way, and they will be a part of the weekly Tiger Bar party, NO SHAME. They are Water Colour, a side-project of Ohbijou.

The project started off as Ohbijou/We're Marching On... keyboard/piano player, Ryan Carley, playing songs in his room and out in the farmlands of where he grew up in Southern Ontario. Someone who cares about the environment and its surroundings, Carley's music speaks of the wilderness and the lives that surround them. Water Colour's songs range some soft, deep sounds which are good for late-night slumber, to droning, electric mantras which describe an opposite side for the band. Carley is assisted by members of Ohbijou, Germans and We're Marching On - all great bands with great sounds.

Other bands that will be performing will be local folk band, Bellewoods, and side-project to the recently-deceased Deadly Snakes, Nordic Nomadic.

To recap:
Who: Bellewoods / Nordic Nomadic / Water Colour
When: Thursday, September 13th @ 9pm
Where: The Tiger Bar (414 College St. - go inside the College Street Diner)
How Much: $5


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