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Event Archive - Snake Handshakes, Tenant, musa, Frequency Fall

Fri. April 1st 2005 @  The Media Club (No Minors)
8pm - 2am
Presented by: I.M.U. Productions
SNAKE HANDSHAKES blend melodic math rock and hardcore in an astonishingly tight live performance delivered with awesome musical prowess and vocal ability.

TENANT create progressive music by mixing complex rhythms and timings into solid grooves and powerful melodies influenced by bands such as Tool, Incubus and A Perfect Circle.

FREQUENCY FALL have a heavy, powerful sound with intense live shows, raw energy and influences including Radiohead, Soundgarden and Jeff Buckley.

MUSA is a religion, if not something of a higher nature, pure symphonic bliss with elements of hardcore, punk, emo and rock.


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Snake Handshakes (Math Rock)

Snake Handshakes emerged from friendships forged in a local fine arts school. Cutting their teeth on countless shows, the five piece honed their skills and refined their direction. What materialized are some of the most talented players and creative songwriters this area has ever produced. Snake Handshakes have released three EP’s: Red Room ... more info


Four-piece rock band making buzz on Vancouver scene. Been playing all over Vancouver, and recently won round one of the Juggernaut BOB. Recording at Mushroom studios to begin early May. more info


Musa is a four piece progressive hard rock band in it's third year of existance. Singer/lyricist Chris Farrelly has been performing in rock bands for over a decade and also has experience as a sound engineer. Guitarist Miki Sochor has a performing arts diploma in Classical music, while bassist Matt MacDougall and drummer Justin Gendreau have recent... more info

Frequency Fall ("Sonic Emo")

"Very melodic and catchy in a may-the-world-be-damned kind of way" - "Immense talent and the songs really are good" - New Music West 2003 If the members of Radiohead copulated with a robot Mars Volta cover band while Jeff Buckley played softly in the background, the progeny would most certainly be Frequency Fall. Based out of Vanco... more info
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