Doors at 8 music at 9, $10 at the door, no hats
Wicked Weather return to the ANAF with Falcon Jane (Orangeville) Michael C. Duguay (Kingston) for a night of great tunes and good friends.
plays chill, groovy plez-rock music. Sara’s honest songwriting creates songs that convey depth and lightness in equal measure. Their new album, “Feelin’ Freaky” was released on Aug 3, 2018 via Darling Recordings.
is a new songwriting vessel for longtime collaborators Brad Giefert and Darryl Stevenson. Brad and Darryl, both founding members of the Tacoma Hellfarm Tragedy, have enlisted Andrew Collins (THT, Skeletones Four, AMC Gremlin) on bass and Michael Overton (Great Lake Swimmers, St. Dirt Elementary School) on guitar. Wicked Weather combine dark pop simplicity with anthemic Canadiana rock dusted with a sweet glaze of folk psych. WW have many years of combined experience in the Canadian indie scene and are ready to let their dark lights shine on their self titled debut record out August 7th, 2018 on sir january frank recording co. and all major digital platforms.
Micheal C. Duguay
skillfully-crafted and literary lyrics explore the human experience by the same method which his songs explore the folk music tradition; they invert it, distort it, provoke it’s anxieties, shine light on the dark bits, and revel in its occasional brightness. Toying with universal, traditional themes, lyrically and sonically, while simultaneously drawing on his own breadth of unique experience and influences, Michael carves out work which is both familiar and unsettling, encyclopedic and deeply esoteric, whimsical and stone-cold stoic.
In his other life, Michael C. Duguay was an internationally touring multi-instrumentalist. Now based in Kingston, ON, his new album “The Winter Of Our Discotheque” will be released on So Sorry Records in 2019.