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Event Archive - Indie Pop Vancouver Series Vol LXI presents a Rock Explosion: 3 O'Clock Animals , My Mother The Carjacker, The Dadolescents

Fri. February 15th 2013 British Ex-Servicemen Association (No Minors)
9 - 1 doors at 8

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Music: Pop / Rock / Indie
Week number 63 of the Indie Pop Vancouver Series presented by VanMusic and CiTR will feature three of the most rocking and fun bands in our city.

Just 5 Bucks Cover charge for 3 bands! The Gods must be crazy!
2 Dollar Beers!! Gets better
Free Pool!

All at the British Ex-Servicemen Association 1143 Kingsway
Doors 8PM Bands at 9 PM

3 O'Clock Animals

Powerful trio with eclectic influences, their style is defined by them as Hair & Flair Pop/Rock/Glam.
Vocals, Drums: Tigereyez (aka S. Fraser)
Bass, back vocals: Snakeskynn (aka C. Fournier)
Guitars and swagger: Rawhyde (aka R. MacGregor)

My Mother the Carjacker

Built with three solid musicians, My Mother the Carjacker has completed a diverse piece of art seeping pleasant, gritty and humourous sounds catering to a fluid audience that likes good ol’ rock ‘n’ roll and beyond. Live, MMCJ is uncaged, rabid and wild releasing a spoiled whirlwind of energy.

The Dadolescents

Formed over three years ago, The Dadolescents is comprised of musicians from varied and exotic musical backgrounds brought together by the great levelers of age, careers, and family responsibilities. When touring and excessive drug use became impossible, they gathered together to write songs about their shared experiences of mortgages, bad backs, Sunday BBQs, and receding hairlines. Punk/pop/rock for the immature adult.


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My Mother The Carjacker (Danger Polka)

My Mother The Carjacker is a Canadian alternative avant-grunge ponk ruck danger polka band comprised of 3 sentient puzzle pieces that somehow fit equilaterally in perfect, non-sequitur harmony. Melding influences from bands like System of a Down, Queens of the Stone Age, Primus, and combining it with literally anything else, the band utilizes their... more info