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THUNDERHEIST(Big Dada)/ Exclaim.ca Tour with Winter Gloves: SATURDAY @ PJC


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Celebrating the release of Thundereheist's 1st full length album on Big Dada(out Mar. 31st) as well as Exclaim!'s 17th anniversary, this Hamilton stop on the cross Canada tour will no doubt be a night of dirty dance-floor mayhem.

pjc and exclaim.ca present

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THUNDERHEIST(Big Dada/Ninja Tune)

http://www.thunderheist.com

http://www.myspace.com/thunderheist

http://www.bigdada.com/

with special guests:

WINTER GLOVES(Paper Bag records/Montreal)

http://www.myspace.com/wintergloves

http://paperbagrecords.com/

With only a handful of live shows behind them at the beginning of the year, Winter Gloves was already receiving invitations to join dates with bands the likes The D'URBERVILLES, JEALOUS GIRLFRIENDS and TOKYO POLICE CLUB on a series of sold-out tour dates (Montreal, Ottawa, two Toronto shows). Such well-attended shows helped spread what was already becoming the wildfire of their demo tracks across blogs and music chat sites, and lead to top pick coverage at both Canadian Music Week and NXNE this year.

Guest DJ's:

CARLA COMA

MAC & A.A.

SATURDAY, APRIL 4TH

@ Pepper Jacks

38 King William St., Hamilton

http://www.pepperjackcafe.com

Tickets: $12

Advance Tickets: $10, available at PJC (when open) or Dr. Disc [20 Wilson St., Hamilton, (905)523-1010]

Doors: 9pm, 19+

VIDEO:

Thunderheist: Little Booty Girl:

Pitchfork TV Exclusive: http://pitchfork.com/tv/#/musicvideo/907-thunderheist-nothing-2-step-2-big-dada

Thunderheist: Jerk It:

Stealing thunder so you move that ass, the duo dubbed THUNDERHEIST unleashes serious electrocrunk boom bap. Ribcage-rattling bass breaks laced with proper rhyming are flipped with digital booty bass, 80s-inspired electronic pop and slowed down Southern bounce, all fresh-dipped in serious swagger.

MC and singer Isis and producer Grahmzilla know how to bring it. And once they’ve brought it, it stays brung.

"Toronto's shit-hot electro duo" (NME.com) are already a huge online phenomenon, but this first full taste of their forthcoming album comes courtesy of Nasty Mix Records in Canada. Catchy, propulsive, ecstatic and uncompromising, it’s party music of the highest order, utterly unique but sounding like its been in your head all along.

Singles and album will follow from Big Dada, but for now, “let them know you're worth it/ dust it off and jerk it…"

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