April 19th, 2023
Sam Kruger EP Release LIVE! on Elgin
featuring Kaspien and Oddeline
Since moving to Montreal from his hometown of London Ontario in 2016, Sam has released an EP (All Sick Again), played hundreds of shows; in cafés, laundrymats, on the tops of busses, in forest festivals, street festivals, bars, and living rooms where you could often catch him playing alone with his acoustic guitar. He has driven thousands of kilometers and embarked on multiple Canadian tours. Now, he’s releasing a new set of songs on April 14th, aptly titled: The songs I write in my bedroom. It features purely acoustic songs as they would sound when they were written.
Kaspien is an upcoming indie musician and soundtrack composer with a passion for storytelling. Kaspien likes to work on as many musical projects as possible, from taking on a performing artist residency with Pirate Life Ottawa to soundtracking a theatrical dance piece for the 2022 Youth Infringement Festival. Currently, Kaspien is focusing on the production of a collection of songs written over the pandemic, this time exploring stories from the personal lives of people he's spoken to as well as his own experiences.
Oddeline is a musical project based in Ottawa, Ontario. Influenced by folk, soul, and art rock, Oddeline's first EP, "Fated to Drown," was released in 2021.The singer-songwriter, musician, and producer behind Oddeline is 23-year-old Marianne Keuleman. Born and raised in Ottawa, she grew up listening to a wide range of music, but was most drawn to folk-influenced singer-songwriters like Jeff Buckley, Hozier, Joni Mitchell, Paul Simon, and Bob Dylan.
220 Elgin Street, 2nd Floor
7:00pm Doors \\ 7:30pm Show
Tickets $12 Advance (+fees) \\ $15 at the door.