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Event Archive - Emergenzy Festival: Yesterday's Forgotten, N-7, Language-Arts, Exit 200, Soundstem, Painted Cities, The Twitch, Brigantine Ghost

Thu. November 23rd 2006 The Balmoral (No Minors)
Moved, note new venue

Yesterday's Forgotten (Progressive Rock)

Start with a mix of melodic vocals and heavy rhythmic guitar. Add flowing bass lines and solid progressive drumming... Wham! Yesterday's Forgotten produces a sound that is fresh and unique. more info

N-7

Enseven has ended. Created originally from projects stemming from Rob Wilkinson and Joel Fox, Enseven eventually attracted the likes of Matt Gladman and Joe Donohue. This line up continued on and burned strong for some time. Solid nu-metal and primal rock slowly turned to melodic soul with the addition of Dane Currie. Due to a lack of interest in t... more info

Language-Arts (Alternative)

"The playing was expert, not over indulged. Cudmore delivers a steady flow of conscious contemplations with an unaffected clarion like voice." -The Coast (Halifax) "A+... it was the best show of the night." -Tangible Sounds (Toronto) "#7 (top 10 shows of the year)... Language-Arts still get regular mention around the Rancho... when talking ... more info
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Exit 200

EXIT 200 Top 20 CFox Seeds 2011 www.myspace.com/exit200 With a renewed roster of four hailing from BC's Fraser Valley, Exit 200 enjoys the lighter side of music. This California flavor 4 piece band focuses on having a good time, writing catchy songs, and putting on a wicked, fun show. Just finishing up their second studio project with 2 fres... more info

Painted Cities (folky/pop/rock)

Painted Cities sounds like happy fun music that can be at times very folky, very edgy and just plain old good times. more info

The Twitch (Psychedelic Rock)

The Twitch can be described as somewhat of a time machine. The aim, to take you to the era where Rock n' Roll was far from dead but instead ruled the airwaves and festival grounds. Back to the era before POP and where the immortals such as Led Zeppelin, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and The Who inspired the young generation of rockers, who then p... more info
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