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Event Archive - "Spring Wake" featuring: Dead Ghosts, The Killing Time Quartet, THE FIGHT, beekeeper, Malcolm & the Moonlight

Sat. May 14th 2011 The Anza Club (No Minors)
9:30 - 2:00AM doors at 9:00
$8 at the door only.
Presented by: Party Heroes Productions
With a whole summer of parties ahead, spring can't die off soon enough. Come dance it into the afterlife with 5 killer bands:


*DEAD GHOSTS – (Surf/Garage) Just resurrected from this year’s South by Southwest, Dead Ghosts brings enough stage energy to wake the dead!
*KILLING TIME QUARTET (Audiovisual danceparty)- If you take a Nintendo power glove, turntables, live drums, and the messed-up visual art and put it all in a blender and drank you would die, but this freak-show makes the dancefloor come alive.

*MALCOLM AND THE MOONLIGHT – (Post-retro) Influenced by ghosts of music past, yet they're one of Vancouver’s freshest and liveliest up-and-coming bands.

*THE FIGHT – (rock/roll/soul ) From Edmonton, Alberta: this classic four-piece band fights to the death.

*BEEKEEPER – (Danceable indie- rock) Their live show is quirky, unpredictable, and musically satisfying. It is not rare for their sets to end with the entire audience dancing on stage.

Pay your respects with $8 cover before 11 and $3.75 beers for eternity!


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Dead Ghosts (Lo-Fi Garage Punk)

Ex-members of The Trap Doors, Ladies Night, Green Hour, etc. more info

beekeeper (rockin' poppin' laughin' good times!)

beekeeper is an indie post-pop power trio from Vancouver. We play danceable, singable, thinkable tunes. We meld dissonance and odd time signatures with beautiful pop hooks and male/female three-part harmonies. Our live show is quirky, unpredictable, and musically satisfying. It is not rare for our sets to end with the entire audience on stage. -... more info

Malcolm & the Moonlight (Rock 'n' Roll)

other sites: myspace
Malcolm and the Moonlight is a throwback to the golden era of rock'n'roll's past, when 4 out of 5 doctors recommended Lucky Strikes over Marlboro. When a typical Saturday night was spent at the soda fountain. When the jingle-jangle chords of Chuck Berry blasted in mono through a '57 Chevrolet, while new lovers climbed into the back seat. more info
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