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EDMUND, WINDOWS '78, SK ROBOT & BAD MOVES: Edmund, windows78, S.K. Robot, bad moves

Fri. January 26th 2007 8pm @  The Media Club (No Minors) 8pm
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Presented by: I.M.U. Productions
. Friday, Jan 26th IMU presents EDMUND, WINDOWS '78, SK ROBOT & BAD MOVES @ The MEDIA CLUB, 695 Cambie . 8pm / $10

BAD MOVES - Featuring members of Vancouver's Locator, Bad Moves found themselves writing fun songs described as sounding "like squirrels mating in the heat of spring". Influenced by Spoon, Interpol, Pavement, Pinback, Pixies, Yo la Tengo, Les Savy Fav, Chaka Khan, The Scatman, yr mommy & Latin Gangster Rap, you can expect the unexpected from this decidedly tongue-firmly-in-cheek band.

WINDOWS '78 - Recently described as "somewhere between Spiritualized and Pink Floyd" (The Province) and "a new successor to the mantle of melancholy modern rock" (Prairie Dog), Windows '78 dynamically explore a unique fusion of moody, guitar-driven rock and ambient electronica, delivering an innovative sound that appeals equally to humans, Martians and robots. Their recent debut CD "The Window Seat" showcases the premier space rock act as they craft a rich, evocative sound that weaves together melodic guitar lines, subtly deployed electronic loops and masterful playing.

EDMUND play intelligent rock/pop music inspired by artists like The Beatles, The Cure, Radiohead, The Smiths, Death Cab and David Bowie. Come listen to stellar tunes from "Behave", their recent debut CD release!

S.K. ROBOT - featuring members of Bossanova, Cinderpop, Speedbuggy, The Liars and Space Kid, S.K. Robot creates addictive harmony and hook-laden pop/rock that sounds both fresh and familiar.

Edmund (Power Pop)

Edmund is a Vancouver band who write insanely catching power pop songs that make you want to dance and cry at the same time. They're upcoming debut entitled "Behave" is sure to catch your ear and their live shows are something to tell your mommy about! more info

windows78 (Space Rock)

In came a new kind of sound. A new style that is neither totally new nor super stylish, but a fresh and listenable sound nonetheless. Perhaps a soundscape for the robots on Mars. Perhaps a hallucinatory trip through the phones. Perhaps four fellas and four middle names all the same. Retro electronica and laptop beats. Guitars that swoon, sweep and ... more info

S.K. Robot

Part 1: "True Story" Terry David Mulligan once told me to "Shut the fuck up!" even though I wasn't even speaking to him. I didn't even know he was there until he opened his mouth. I think he thought my friend and I were laughing at him but we were watching a soccer match at the time. I didn't say anything back to him and he just walked off. I thin... more info
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