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Event Archive - KILL CITY KIDS EP Release Party w/ special guests: Kill City Kids, Jackfruit, Tuesdays At The Marquee, Noise in the Hall

Fri. February 15th 2013 Railway Club (No Minors)
9:30pm - 3am doors at 9pm
Tickets at: I.M.U. Productions
Presented by: I.M.U. Productions
Friday, February 15th IMU presents KILL CITY KIDS EP Release Party w/ JACKFRUIT, TUESDAYS AT THE MARQUEE & NOISE IN THE HALL @ The Railway Club, 579 Dunsmuir . Doors 9pm / Purchase advance tickets online @

KILL CITY KIDS - Featuring the singular talent of Marquo Blaquiere (Go Ghetto Tiger), Kill City Kids combine the precision of well-executed open heart surgery with the cacophonous abandon of the loudest freak on the block. Industrial dance beats, wonky hip-hop and even surf rock somehow coalesce into a transdimensional soundtrack to a raucous gypsy caravan.

TUESDAYS AT THE MARQUEE is a talented young alt rock band featuring harmonizing male/female vocals, bluesy guitars, masterful drums and a collaborative array of multi-instrumentalists who could easily front their own bands. Having played at the Vancouver Folk Fest, multiple Canada Day shows at Canada Place and a showcase at the Tom Lee Music Hall, Tuesdays At The Marquee is ready for their time in the limelight!

JACKFRUIT plays an unconventional mixture of prevailing, dramatic basslines, dexterously poetic keyboard melodies, rhythmic, laser-guided drumbeats and triumphant, cascading vocals. With their unique musical montage, they create an addictive anatomic explosion of such exponential proportions that no limb will remain unmoved!

NOISE IN THE HALL - Armed with only a keyboard, a guitar and a box, Noise In The Hall has no problem filling sonic space and getting audiences on the dance floor. Their honey-drenched vocals, intricate melodies and memorable lyrics are perfectly accompanied by unique guitar riffs and groovy bass lines that conjure up a sexy hybrid of r&b, pop and punk.


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