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Event Archive - Mint presents the CITR Pop Alliance LP! Live @ the Interurban/Scratch: Slam Dunk, Role Mach, Shane Turner Overdrive, Fanshaw, Fine Mist, Kellarissa, Crystal Dorval of My Friend Wallis

Thu. February 24th 2011 Interurban Gallery (All Ages)
8 pm - 1 am
$8 adv, $10 at door
Tickets at: Scratch Records, Red Cat Records, Zulu Records
with art!


Art installations by Jeffry Lee and Ryan Walter Wagner.

Compilation will be for sale at the party.This lovely platter is limited to 300 copies and features this loaded lineup:

Side A

1) Apollo Ghosts - Validation!

2) My Friend Wallis - Hiding

3) Slam Dunk - Slow Dance

4) Role Mach - Montanna

5) Kellarissa - Flatlands

Side B

6) Fine Mist (featuring Nick Krgovich) - I Could Shout

7) No Kids - He'll Have To Go (demo)

8) fanshaw - Diana

9) Watermelon - How I Came (demo)

10) Shane Turner Overdrive - Age 25-29 Hairline

11) Spring Break - Stephanie Meyer's 115th Dream

Trust me when I say they will not last!

A wide array or cheap beverages will be available at the show. Please bring ID to be served. PLEASE do not bring your own booze! This space is run legally and you bringing in outside liquor jeopardizes our ability to put on great shows for you to go to.

Let's go!!


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Slam Dunk (Baby Rock)

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fanshaw is able to toe the line between accessible and adventurous. Her voice reminds me of Laura Gibson. The warbles and fluctuations challenge you, but the sounds warm you even with only the minimal instrumental backing. The thing that helps her stand out? She can effortlessly switch from intimate quirky vocal delivery to a chanteuse with the voc... more info

Fine Mist (Electro Pop)

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Having played together in a slew of previous bands, Fine Mist is the latest project from Vancouver's Megan McDonald and Jay Arner. Combining lovelorn lyrics with soaring melodies and synth-spiked electro pop, Exclaim rightfully called the duo's LP, Public Domain, a "fantastic debut." more info
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