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Event Archive - Queen Anne's Revenge, FIGHTER JET, The Belief Experiment, International Blindfold, Take Me To The Pilot, Halfway to Hollywood

Sat. November 30th 2013 Railway Club (No Minors)
$10 at the door only.
Presented by: I.M.U. Productions
. Saturday, November 30th IMU presents QUEEN ANNE'S REVENGE, FIGHTER JET, The BELIEF EXPERIMENT & INTERNATIONAL BLINDFOLD + In the Caboose: TAKE ME TO THE PILOT & HALFWAY TO HOLLYWOOD @ The Railway Club, 579 Dunsmuir . Show 10pm / $10 Cover / Purchase advance tickets online @

FIGHTER JET - An Eastside garage band with stoner rock sensibilities, Fighter Jet is destined to take audiences on a wild ride to new heights and far away places. Navigating a flight plan of soaring melodic hooks with explosive climbs and daring dives, Fighter Jet is ready for take off!

QUEEN ANNE'S REVENGE - Featuring a 70s garage sound with hints of hard punk edge and modern indie rock, Queen Anne's Revenge plays honest rock from a bygone era that smells like good times and bad decisions from hard drinking young men.

The BELIEF EXPERIMENT is a 3-seat super-charged sedan fuelled by a hybrid of high octane '70-'90s, aggressive garage grunge and experimental pop sweat inspired by the likes of Pearl Jam, The Beatles and Incubus. Smooth handling, quick and responsive with power to spare. Come for a ride!

INTERNATIONAL BLINDFOLD - With a punked-out '80s glam rock tone bleeding into a '90s grunge vibe, this high energy alternative Vancouver rock band plays as if the fate of the world depends on it, delivering a unique and solid blend that's all their own.


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The Belief Experiment (Grunge)

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The Belief Experiment is a grungy power-trio based in Vancouver, BC. The band represents a confluence of two music scenes - with Bacchus Barua adding the sound of New Delhi's underground circuit to Cameron and Steven's Vancouver pedigree. With songs ranging from acoustic ballads, to filthy punk anthems, and pop-infused melodies layered over odd tim... more info