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Event Archive - SLAM LOTUS CD Release Party w/ special guests: SLAM LOTUS, The Harvest, Alluvium, Levity Ball

Fri. May 30th 2014 Railway Club (No Minors)
10pm - 2:30am
Presented by: I.M.U. Productions
. Friday, May 30th IMU presents SLAM LOTUS CD Release Party w/ The HARVEST, ALLUVIUM & LEVITY BALL @ The Railway Club, 579 Dunsmuir . Show 10pm / $10 cover

Come celebrate with Slam Lotus as they release their self-titled debut CD joined by The Harvest, Alluvium & Levity Ball!

SLAM LOTUS have brought together their diverse backgrounds and influences to deliver a rock solid sound reminiscent of the super groups of the 60s and 70s. Drawing on styles ranging from middle eastern to southern rock, Slam Lotus creates music that you'll want to listen to again and again.

The HARVEST mixes punk ethics, DIY personality and genuine passion for great music in a variety of styles from hard rock to blues and ska. Their influences are wide and varied from the Ramones and Sublime to No Doubt and Motley Crue, alternating elements of soul, rock, reggae, funk and percussive glam.

ALLUVIUM's sound is influenced by jazz, pop. folk, and psychedelic rock, and their live show is engaging and lively. And sweaty. And looking to spread some love!

LEVITY BALL combines '50s rockabilly, '60s pop, '70s rock and quirky '80s new wave into a musical melting pot with a dash of the blues to create original music with a classic rock sound.

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The Harvest (Candy-coated chops cut with a hard card)

The west coast meets New York at the crossroads somewhere around Detroit. We are a 4 piece original rock band with more hooks than a tackle box. more info

Levity Ball

other sites: cbc
Formed in January of 2011 and hailing from Vancouver, BC this band creates original music with a classic rock/roots rock sound because that's just the way we do it. We try to bring the fun back into music. We take the sounds of 50's rockabilly, 60's pop sensibility, rock jams of the 70's and a little quirkiness of the 80's and put them all together... more info
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