Tag: aaron levin
- Great Marble
- What You Need b/w In The Air
- (Self Released)
- Toronto, ON
From the faded backside of Aaron Levin:
Within the driving recesses of phased cosmique and isochronous italia resides the hypnotic gnarl of Great Marble. Isomorphic to a free group of Italo Psych-Rock, both “What You Need” and “In The Air” conjure droning free-radicals in a miasma of commanding telepathy; multivariate headscapes within the unified cosmos of fringe. Seven inches of grippable polyvinyl. Shred.
Du derrière pâle d’Aaron Levin:
L’hypnose noueuse de Great Marble fait son nid dans les recoins entraînants des phases cosmiques et de l’isochronie à l’italienne. Isomorphes d’un groupe libre d’italo-psych-rock, “What You Need” et “In the Air” font surgir des radicaux libres monocordes en un miasme de télépathie gouvernante, états d’esprit multivariés dans le cosmos unifié de la marge. Sept pouces de polyvinyle à saisir immédiatement. Shred.
From the nether-mood of Aaron Levin:
Montreal’s tropical haze is deepening into a thick, morning dew of bleary-eyed cruise control. Freelove Fenner’s treatise on angular beach rock is a colloquy to the interconnectedness of lysergic pop moves; hip-swayed freedom laced with sandy yayo and lisps wet with Carlos Rossi. An album set for the nether-moods of freebased menageries. Grip status: affirmative.
1. Non-Profit Status
We are now, officially, a non-profit. Thanks to the hard work of Marie Lef, we’ve incorporated Wyrd Arts Initiatives, an umbrella organization / shadow-lizard-chud-government that will operate, support, and strong-arm Weird Canada into progressive submission. Go Marie!!
2. French Language Translation
The hours spent running our content through Google Translator are now over… sort of! We have our first, official translator. Vincent Rondeau has been helping us translate current (and older) content. You’ll see the “english/francais” tabs on new posts. We’re really excited about this. If you have any interest in supporting Vincent’s translational efforts, please see http://weirdcanada.com/volunteering. Thanks Vincent!!
(alas, no translator will suffer Levin’s schedule of writing said posts at 2am the night before)
3. New Theme
Over the weekend, Jenny Kapichen helped us migrate from our ancient (2008 BC) theme to something more modern. With this new theme in place we’ll be launching a few new features that should make the site nice. We might even put Manitoba on the map. Maybe. High-five Jenny!!
(dear Manitoba: we’re sorry. we love you.)
Well, er, uh, that’s it! Back to musics.
Chief Executive Lizard
From the dream-inducing corollaries of Aaron Levin:
Gnarly basement moves form this Belleville loner. Stalwart sonic penetrations into dream-inducing corollaries peppered with Gen X vibes for the 2.0 webfed. Inconceivable catch runs concurrent through clamourous permutations of height: rock riffery, piano balladry, proto-rappery, and experimental reppiditry. At the prodigious life-length of 17, Grime Kings unravels new layers of popular shred. Gripfest y2k12.
The musical line-up curated by Weird Canada will include the following artists:
Old & Weird
Other activities include Puces Pop taking place simultaneously within St Michael’s church, Naada Yoga giving a class in the street (on a bed of sod) from 12 pm to 1:30 pm, bike repair workshops, and more all-ages fun from the YMCA du Parc. Hope to see you there!
# Event Details
– Date: Sunday September 23, 2012
– Location: Saint Viateur (263 Rue Saint Viateur), Montreal, QC
– Time: 1pm – 6pm
– Price: $(free)
– Set Times:
1:00 – Old & Weird
1:45 – Leafer
2:30 – Each Other
3:15 – Kuhrye-oo
4:00 – Zacht Automaat
4:45 – Brazilian Money
5:15 – Astral Gunk
- Jay Arner
- Bad Friend
- (Self Released)
- Vancouver, BC
- (Self Released)
- Montreal, QC