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Sat. October 5th 2013 Fairview Pub (No Minors)
10pm - 2am
$10 at the door only.
Presented by: I.M.U. Productions

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Music: Pop / Rock / Indie
. Saturday, October 5th IMU presents D.B. COOPER, MAKING STRANGERS, COLOURSURROUND & ONE BIG BICYCLE @ The Fairview, 898 West Broadway . Show 10pm / $10 Cover / Purchase advance tickets online @

MAKING STRANGERS is a Vancouver-based, edgy, female-fronted garage rock trio whose members have been sharing various projects for years and have now come together to play music inspired by the sounds they grew up listening to.

D.B. COOPER - The members of D.B. Cooper have played in such locally acclaimed bands as Alma and The Sicks. Named after a famous unidentified hijacker and who leapt from a plane with a bag of cash never to be seen again, they have all had extensive experience performing at home and in various showers around the world.

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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Making Strangers (Grunge/RockNRoll)

MAKING STRANGERS is a Vancouver-based, heavy, three piece, female fronted grunge/punk/rock 'n' roll band. 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