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Event Archive - Evan Freeman, The Psychic Alliance, Scars and Scarves

Sun. July 31st 2016 Copper Owl Victoria BC (No Minors)
2100 doors at 2000
$10 at the door only.

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Music: Pop / Rock / Indie
Celebrate BC day long weekend with an epic Sunday night lineup at Copper Owl!! Psych-rock, noise pop and shoegaze guaranteed to make that Monday sleep-in even sweeter.

Cover - $10 CHEAP!!
Music - 8pm

Enigmatic art-rock and psych-rock supergroup from Vancouver.

Daring noise pop and drone veterans, always exploring new territory.

"Evan Freeman’s debut album Luna is quite possibly one of the most ambitious and successfully so works of epic musical art to come out of this city in years if not decades — a masterfully sculpted piece of pop-informed shoegazing wonderment that is as intricate and realized and brilliant as it is pretty and pleasurable and spiritually uplifting. It changes things." -Mike Bell, Calgary Herald

Evan Freeman is a Calgary-based musician, singer and songwriter. Evan's music evokes vast landscapes: prairie thunderstorms, soaring glacial peaks and post-apocalyptic skylines. Dreamy pop hooks wrapped in post-rock and shoegaze tones. In support of his new album Luna, Evan is currently touring Canada with a dynamic 5-piece band.


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The Psychic Alliance

The less you know about this band, the better. Rumor has it that they're very bad people, cruel to animals, misanthropic, frequently given to melancholy and intellectual dullards to boot. Stories of vicious infighting and rampant substance abuse follow them like a black cloud, and the threat of immediate collapse is constant. Fortunately they look ... more info

Scars and Scarves (psychedelic, drone pop)

Formed by Annalea & Garrett with the desire to write and perform music that distills their various influences, Scars & Scarves is all about minimalism as maximalism. Focusing on making their melodies as concise and as direct as possible, the band isn’t afraid to strip away chords, notes, “tricks” and arrangement. Yet the attention to soni... more info