Fake Sleep 6

April 21, 2010 at 9:00 am Leave a comment

Fake Sleep 6

Fake Sleep 6

This is that other connect_icut gig mentioned in the previous post. Sadly, it will almost certainly turn out to be the final Fake Sleep show because Brad Empty Love (who organizes these things) is moving to Montreal. Nevertheless, it’ll certainly be an exciting one – especially for those of us who missed coin gutter‘s performance at the Fake Jazz Fest, through no fault of our own.

Here are the full details:

Fake Sleep 6
Angel Lust (members of Aerosol Constellations and Ahna)
coin gutter
Empty Love
VIVO Media Arts Centre (1965 Main Street, Vancouver)
April 30th (doors 8.30pm)

Now that this show is definitely happening, preparations will have to be made, which may create a slight blog lack around these parts over the next couple of weeks. Still, there should be enough stuff in the archives for visitors to get their teeth into – particularly those of you who haven’t yet delved into that crazy post about obscure compilation albums by The Fall.

coin gutter – “Dandelionman”

connect_icut – “Phil Slows the Dave Down”

Empty Love – “Sinking, Floating, Listlessly”

And don’t forget about…

Quiet City
Dr. Dad’s Sound Lab
Blim (115 East Pender, Vancouver)
May 14th (doors 8pm)

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