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Event Archive - Fish & Bird Album Release Show: Fish & Bird, West My Friend

Thu. October 2nd 2014 Victoria Event Centre Victoria BC (No Minors)
8:30 - 12:30 doors at 8pm
$12 adv/$15 at the door
Presented by: Triple A Productions
Fish & Bird are returning to their (somewhat) home-town of Victoria BC to share their new album 'Something in the Ether' with you!
This band has been touring relentlessly over the last five years, while still finding time to record multiple great albums at Violin player Adam Iredale-Gray's home studio on Mayne Island. Something in the Ether is no exception to the rule Fish & Bird has been following of putting out quality recordings of song's that are musically complex while remaining accessible, and lyrically insightful without losing sight of the humour in the world.
They are excited to be sharing the stage with long time friends and peers, Victoria's most innovative band in the folk scene, West My Friend:

Since West My Friend was conceived in a Victoria café in 2009, they’ve emerged as a unique voice in the city’s music scene. Described as everything from indie-roots to chamber-folk, their acoustic blend of instruments and four-part harmonies challenges the conventions of popular music to create a performance that is both engaging and innovative. Songs are created through a collaborative process: well-crafted and clever lyrics, acrobatic mandolin riffs, flawless bass lines, and richly textured accordion combine as every member brings forward their own ideas and experiences.


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Fish & Bird

Fish & Bird are Taylor Ashton and Adam Gray, though not necessarily in that order. These tunesmiths hail from the west coast of Canada and compose melodious concoctions steeped in folk, brewed in the dense coniferous backwoods of their strange minds. Between them, they play banjo, fiddle, mandolin, upright bass, and even guitar. They are currently ... more info

West My Friend (Indie Roots)

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In the modern musical landscape, it’s rare to hear something as put-together as three-piece Cascadian folk outfit West My Friend - something so layered, deeply symphonic, baroque, and mysterious in its own winking way while still courting an edge of disaster. Simple is safe, but complex is fiery, intricate, and ultimately more rewarding. Steep... more info