Weaves, Partner, Thrifty Kids, Scary Bear Soundtrack

JUNOfest '17 Ottawa



Thrifty Kids

Scary Bear Soundtrack

Saturday, April 1, 2017

Doors: 9:00 pm / Show: 10:00 pm

House of TARG

Ottawa, ON

This event is 19 and over

10pm Scary Bear Soundtrack

11pm Thrifty Kids

12am Partner

1am Weaves

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Weaves are:
Jasmyn Burke - vox
Morgan Waters - guitar
Spencer Cole - drums
Zach Bines - bass

Additional keys by Bram Gielen and David Newfeld

All songs written by Jasmyn Burke and Morgan Waters
Buttercup and Closer produced, engineered and mixed by David Newfeld at Dobbstown North
The rest produced by Morgan Waters
Buncha stuff engineered by Nathan Vanderwielen and Leon Taheny
Motorcycle mixed by Leon Taheny
Take A Dip and Do You See Past mixed by Nick Stumpf
Hulahoop mixed by Morgan Waters
Mastered by David Newfeld
Cover art by Alana Questell
Photo by Brendan George Kokomo
Partner is the “mature” effort of Killer Haze alumni Lucy Niles and Josée (Choder) Caron. Partner is genre-defying and terrifying: part musical act, part teenage diary, and 100% queer, Partner is unflinching in its exploration of intimacy, friendship, sexuality, drugs, and the existential predicament of being a lesbian barista in the year 2016.
Thrifty Kids
Thrifty Kids
Indie/Surf/Rock Four-piece band.

Acoustic/Vocals: Sarah Cogan
Lead Guit.: Dylan Frankland
Bass: Cameron Alford
Drums: Jordan Gauthier
Scary Bear Soundtrack
Scary Bear Soundtrack
Scary Bear Soundtrack is an Ottawa-based indie dream pop project featuring the works of Gloria Guns. Through ample use of synths and heavy reverb guitars processed through chorus pedals and vintage amps, the band moves from dance jams to powerfully pensive shoegaze tracks. Their songs deal with the motifs of the great outdoors, as well as socio-political issues such as race, environmental conservation and violence against women (VAW). Their critically acclaimed anti-VAW song “Fault Lines” made it to the national final top 4 in CBC’s Searchlight Competition for Canada’s Best New Artist. The band has played at Ottawa Bluesfest, Ottawa’s Mirror Mountain Film Festival and the North West Territories Pride Festival, in addition to rocking out local house parties. Written and produced in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut where Gloria used to live, their current EP “Ovayok Road” reflects life in the North. The band is currently working on a new EP to be released in 2017.
Venue Information:
House of TARG
1077 Bank St.
Ottawa, ON, K1S