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Event Archive - ANALOG BELL SERVICE Tour Home-Coming Party w/ special guests: Analog Bell Service, Greenbelt Collective, Machu Picchu

Sat. November 28th 2009 10pm - 3am doors at 9pm Railway Club (No Minors) 10pm - 3am doors at 9pm
$10
Presented by: I.M.U. Productions
. Saturday, November 28th IMU presents ANALOG BELL SERVICE Tour Home Coming Party w/ special guests GREENBELT COLLECTIVE & MACHU PICHU @ The Railway Club, 579 Dunsmuir . Doors 8pm / Cover $10 @ the door

ANALOG BELL SERVICE- A high voltage dose of up-tempo, poppy art rock with dense three-part vocal harmonies, pockets of ambience and fanciful lyrics grooving to a distant land. Two brother painters, a cartoonist, a sculptor and an actor began sharing an artist's studio in Vancouver's Chinatown. Inspired by the musical instruments littering the room, they left their artistic mediums behind to forge a brilliant new sound. http://www.myspace.com/analogbellservice

GREENBELT COLLECTIVE is a gathering of partners and friends. They are a strongly focused ensemble of musicians striving to enhance their community through persistent involvement and experienced musicianship. The result is a celebration of dynamic, upbeat pop music that's as enjoyable to perform as it is to witness in a crowd. Starting out in Hamilton and previously stationing in Montreal and Vancouver, the group has more than 35 members across Canada, with live shows featuring as many as 13 people, their voices and up to 15 instruments. http://www.myspace.com/greenbeltcollective

MACHU PICCHU play noisy guitar pop bathed in gauzy shoegazer bliss, loaded with plenty of strong hooks to keep things interesting. http://www.myspace.com/machupicchumusic

Analog Bell Service

ANALOG BELL SERVICE - 5 Guys. 2 Brothers. 2 Atlantic Canadians. 1 Californian. They came together because of a rehearsal space in Chinatown that could only be accessed by ringing a bell on a string. Substance influenced jams were recorded and eventually chiseled into songs. The songs were arranged into a set and played at the legendary 524 Main St ... more info

Greenbelt Collective (dance pop art.)

a bunch of people singing together more info

Machu Picchu

http://www.oliofestival.com/artist/machu-picchu Featuring Jason Sulyma (aka my!gay!husband!) on drums and Steve Nelson on guitar/vocals! MACHU PICCHU play noisy guitar pop bathed in gauzy shoegazer bliss, loaded with plenty of strong hooks to keep things interesting. more info
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