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Event Archive - Mojo Groovin', Champagne Republic, Coloursurround

Sat. October 20th 2012 Fairview Pub (No Minors)
9pm - 2am
Tickets at: I.M.U. Productions
Presented by: I.M.U. Productions
. Saturday, October 20th IMU presents MOJO GROOVIN', CHAMPAGNE REPUBLIC & COLOURSURROUND @ The Fairview, 898 West Broadway . Doors 9pm / Purchase advance tickets directly via the bands and online @

MOJO GROOVIN' plays a mix of instrumental funk, blues and jazz music seasoned with Hammond organ and Latin rhythms. Featuring passionate, versatile musicians, their main influences come from jam masters such as George Benson, Herbie Hancock and Jimmy McGriff, just to name a few.

CHAMPAGNE REPUBLIC transcends genres, combining influences from R&B, soul, rock, pop, funk and reggae to create a unique sound that captures audiences of all musical tastes. With high energy out-of-your-seat grooves that are electric, funky, melodic and non-stop, Champagne Republic is set to make dance floors groove in the Vancouver area and beyond!

COLOURSURROUND - Formed by three strung-out corporate dudes in suits who desperately needed an outlet, Coloursurround creates escapist music inspired by otherworldly bands such as Pink Floyd, Stone Roses, My Bloody Valentine, Smashing Pumpkins, Dandy Warhols, Radiohead and Jeff Buckley.


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Champagne Republic (Neo-Soul)

Since their official formation in the spring of 2012, Vancouver's Champagne Republic has been hard at work writing new material as well as refining their live sound. The group- consisting of lead singer Emily Chambers, guitarist Marty Majerski, keyboardist Philip Laessoe, bassist Eric Lipshultz and drummer Ryan Wylie- came together over a mutual lo... more info

Coloursurround (Shoegaze)

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A four piece from Vancouver combining melodic pop hooks in an ethereal soundscape, with dreamy yet poignant vocals. If Johnny Marr had a bigger pedal board, this might be what The Smith's would have sounded like. more info