chad vangaalen soft airplane

She Found Them and She Killed Them

Before embarking on a tour of Europe in November, Calgary's quirky and multi-talented experimental indie pop / illustrator / animator Chad Vangaalen will be making a stop in Toronto this coming Saturday, October 4th at the El Mocambo.

Chad Vangaalen's recently release album Soft Airplane has been called "wistfully grim" and has garnered some much-deserved front-page attention.

blogTO has a few CDs to pass on to our music readers, and a pair of tickets to the show. All you have to do is have good timing and tell us how she found them and she killed them...


Chad VanGaalen - "Molten Light"

CONTEST ENTRY:
To win, all you have to do is post a comment below at or after 4pm blogTO time today with the answer to the following question: When she found them (and killed them), from where did she shoot a string of flame? (hint: listen to the lyrics in the above video) Please use a valid email address, so we can contact you for prize claim details. Must be an Ontario resident.

The first person to meet the above criteria wins:
- a pair of tickets to the Toronto show on October 4th
- a copy of the new Chad VanGaalen CD "Soft Airplane"

The second, third, and fourth people to meet the above criteria each win:
- a copy of the new Chad VanGaalen CD "Soft Airplane"

EVENT DETAILS:
Chad VanGaalen w/ WOMEN and Boys who Say No
Saturday, Oct 4th
El Mocambo
Doors @ 6:30 PM/Show @ 7:15 PM
General Admission - $13.50 / $15.00 - tickets available at Rotate This, Soundscapes, online at www.ticketweb.ca or by phone by calling 888.222.6608

Photo: Marc Rimmer


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