August 29th, 2018

Ethnotechnique

Ethnotechnique:
Ethnotechnique is a Vanier project started in 2017 by Brian Wallin from How Far To Mexico and Ashelita Shellard an Ottawa based multimedia artist. The songwriting duo has influences of new wave, punk, and hints of dat indy rock. A four piece rock band they will challenge you to dance up a storm and to groove to the soundwaves. They are a four piece rock band that is eager to entertain, rockify, and freak out the establishment.

Emi Marie:
There is a playful and naïve nature to Émi's music but when you dig deeper into her lyrics you realize that there is pain in her whiskey-honey voice. The Saskatchewan-born musician distills her lyrics until a whole spectrum of emotions can be communicated in one line. Don't let her playfulness fool you, she'll catch you off guard with the fragility and vulnerability of her words. For her OUT EAST TOUR, she will be accompanied by her "Two Boiz", Zacharie Bachand and Aaron Dolman for a set that will mesmerize you!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HeM6q8BfGeo
https://emimarie.bandcamp.com/album/microbes-2

O Neptune:
O Neptune is an Ottawa native Indie/Alt-Rock outfit formed in 2016. The band experiments with different fusions of genres including Blues, Jazz, and Reggae along with their core of Alternative-Rock and Indie. Some of O Neptune’s primary influences are Stevie Ray Vaughn, Ella Fitzgerald, Muse, Circa Survive and The Police. They currently have two singles available for purchase and streaming on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, as well as over 150 music purchasing and streaming platforms across the internet. O Neptune has plans of releasing their debut studio album in 2018 and hopes to play the Local Artist Stage at RBC Bluesfest 2018.

August 29th
220 Elgin st. 2nd Floor
Doors at 8pm | Showtime at 8:30pm
No Advanced | $10 at the door