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envelope 3 (Dave Lauzon, formerly of nero) added to Toronto JSB Show: June5


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THE JIMMY SWIFT BAND

http://www.thejimmyswiftband.com http://www.myspace.com/tjsb

with support from Halifax’s SCIENTISTS OF SOUND

http://www.myspace.com/loopingmadnessduo

And *** JUST ANNOUNCED**

envelope 3 (Dave Lauzon, formerly of nero)

http://myspace.com/soundenvelope3

http://myspace.com/davidlauzon

http://Nufunk.ca presents…

FRIDAY, JUNE 5th

THE JIMMY SWIFT BAND

THE HORSESHOE - TORONTO

w/ Scientists of Sound

$15 Adv. $20 at the door

Tickets Available Online Through

www.ticketweb.ca and www.wantickets.com

Special guest opener ** JUST ANNOUNCED**

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envelope 3 (Dave Lauzon, formerly of nero)

http://myspace.com/soundenvelope3

http://myspace.com/davidlauzon

Open the envelope. Auditory architecture arises from the distilled essence of a sonic landscape. Ambiently listenable, lush and complex, a tight, technical structure that allows a growling danceable underbelly to connect to the beat and the reflexive chorus of live sampling and looping. "...moments of nostalgic beauty and otherworldiness. Multidimensional, this music integrates height with depth, plays between whimsy and seriousness, moves between longing and being, dances with both joy and sorrow and invokes emotional participation from listeners."

envelope 3 is the new incarnation of Dave Lauzon, formerly the lead guitarist and songwriter for nero. With nero, Lauzon headlined festivals on both sides of the border, was featured in Relix and Guitar Player Magazine (nero feature) , graced the cover of Musik and was nominated for a Jammy award. With envelope 3, signature Lauzon sounds form the heart of a new entity that melds man, machine, instrument and music.

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I'm excited to hear Dave's new stuff as well. Also I'd expect JSB to be particularly good. Keyboardist Aaron Collier has been living in Toronto and cooking up more and more interesting solo material electric and acoustic. I'm impressed that they're at the point where he can fly to shows and it's still a profitable endeavour, and that they can maintain the unit.

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