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Event Archive - The HARVEST EP Release Party w/ special guests: The Harvest, RedFinn, Coloursurround, One Big Bicycle

Fri. March 22nd 2013 Railway Club (No Minors)
10pm - 3am doors at 9pm
Tickets at: I.M.U. Productions
Presented by: I.M.U. Productions
. Friday, March 22nd IMU presents The HARVEST EP Release Party w/ special guests REDFINN, COLOURSURROUND & ONE BIG BICYCLE @ The Railway Club, 579 Dunsmuir . Show 9pm / Purchase advance tickets online @

The HARVEST mixes punk ethics, DIY personality and genuine passion for great music in a variety of styles from hard rock to blues and ska. Their influences are wide and varied from the Ramones and Sublime to No Doubt and Motley Crue, alternating elements of soul, rock, reggae, funk and percussive glam. Join The Harvest and their friends as they celebrate their debut EP release this special evening!

REDFINN - With members coming from disparate musical and personal backgrounds, this Vancouver quartet converged to forge their own musical style out of rock, metal and classical influences.

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.

ONE BIG BICYCLE is a fun-loving, entertaining, talented trio that plays melodic pop and blues-inflected rock. Featuring great male/female vocals and spirited energy inspired by classic bands like Jefferson Airplane and Fleetwood Mac, their musical passion is evident in their extensive and dynamic originals and covers.


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The Harvest (Candy-coated chops cut with a hard card)

The west coast meets New York at the crossroads somewhere around Detroit. We are a 4 piece original rock band with more hooks than a tackle box. more info

Coloursurround (Shoegaze)

other sites: myspace
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