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Event Archive - ON THE RUN, China Syndrome, Bubble11, The Jamies

Fri. June 26th 2015 Railway Club (No Minors)
9:30 pm doors at 9 pm
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Presented by: I.M.U. Productions
. Friday, June 26th IMU presents The JAMIES, CHINA SYNDROME, ON THE RUN & BUBBLE11 @ The Railway Club, 579 Dunsmuir . Show 9:30pm / $10 cover

The JAMIES are a Calgary-based new wave indie pop band showcasing dual keyboards, driving drums and bass, and passionate female vocals that range from powerful and energetic to evocative and contemplative. Landing Top 10 college radio play across Canada with their 2013 debut, their new album Time features experimentation with bold sounds and structures to build cohesive layers of modern synth pop and new wave nostalgia.

CHINA SYNDROME is a melodic rock band from Vancouver who combine driving pop hooks in the vein of XTC and Teenage Fanclub with liberal dollops of classic rock influences augmented by angular funk grooves, psychedelia and other aural surprises. Their new album "The Usual Angst" was recorded and produced at Vancouver's JC/DC Studios by David Carswell (New Pornographers, Tegan and Sara) and praised by The Georgia Straight as "infectiously jangly" with "fantastic, hooky guitar".

BUBBLE11 - Shipwrecked space travellers crashed out in the bubble of the western world, Bubble11 transmits opaline sounds into eleven-dimensional hyperspace via electrically-generated, loud, cordant/discordant instruments and nostalgia for a lost future of wide iridescent skies, jet packs, and whirling silver saucers hovering over transparent domed cities. Resultant phenomena largely feature synthetic transportation songs from the punk pop universe fused by a dream of alien love and universal peace.

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China Syndrome (Rockin' melodic powerpop)

China Syndrome is a rockin' melodic power pop band from Vancouver, who combine the driving pop hooks of The New Pornographers, Teenage Fanclub and XTC with liberal dollops of 60s and 70s classic rock influences. The Georgia Straight has praised their 2015 album The Usual Angst as “infectiously jangly” with “fantastic, hooky guitar;” The Pro... more info