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Event Archive - The Zolas , Zerbin, James Younger

Wed. April 16th 2014 8:00pm Distrikt (No Minors) 8:00pm
Advance tickets: $16.00
Atomique Productions and The Zone @ 91-3 present

THE ZOLAS
plus Zerbin & James Younger
Wed Apr 16 at CLUB 9one9

Advance tickets: $16.00 - Available at Lyle's Place, Ditch Records & CDs, The Strathcona Hotel and online at TicketWeb Canada - http://tktwb.tw/1bFYC9h

19+. 2 Pieces Of ID Required.

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The Zolas' new album, 'Ancient Mars' feels like an isolated summer between college semesters. Instantly nostalgic with touches of New York natives Ambulance Ltd., New York adoptee John Lennon, and the lost riffs of mid-90’s campus radio.

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The Zolas - Invisible: http://youtu.be/nfd71Pv3dMo

http://thezolasmusic.com/
https://www.facebook.com/thezolas
http://www.twitter.com/thezolas

ZERBIN - Take Your Heart: http://youtu.be/HRhYU2Y6GB0

http://www.zerbinmusic.com/
https://www.facebook.com/thisiszerbin
https://twitter.com/ZerbinMusic

James Younger - Monday Morning: http://youtu.be/vu8Xu2hYtBo

http://jamesyounger.bandcamp.com/
https://www.facebook.com/jamesyoungermusic
https://twitter.com/youngerjames

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http://atomiqueproductions.com/
http://thezone.fm/

The Zolas

other sites: apple | lastfm
After debuting with Tic Toc Tic in 2009, The Zolas scaled the precipice of cult status across Canada, thanks to a loyal fanbase carried over from Zach Gray (vocals, guitar) and Tom Dobrzanski’s (piano) earlier years as Lotus Child. With Ancient Mars, their second album, The Zolas are set to continue their legacy of postmodern pop. Armed with p... more info

Zerbin

ZERBIN is a Canadian band comprised of multi-instrumentalists Jason Zerbin, Peter Mol, Nick West, and joined live by Derek Gust and a family of musical magicians. Started in 2009, they quickly evolved from a solo project into a diverse musical collective creating the organic and often symphonic indie-rock sound that marks Zerbin. Think modern r... more info

James Younger

other sites: apple
Out on the city limits, with its faded frequencies of A.M rotary dial radio stations, they wear double denim, black boots and leave their hair growing long. And like some small town boy hustling through the noise of downtown traffic for the first time, they still carry photographs of their girls back home, and stare through the tinted windows of p... more info
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