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Noises from the Toolshed: Halloween in Victoria, October 27 2007!


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*sorry about the re-post*

What: Noises from the Toolshed present: Halloween 2007!

When: Saturday October 27th, 2007

Where: Steamer's Pub, 570 Yates st.

With: Ain't Dead Yet (bluegrass), Captain Tiv (dub/minimal/funk) and an assortment of visual stimuli...

extra info: advance tix @ Lyle's Place (Yates st), $8 in advance, $10 at the door. Bulk tix by emailing info@noisesfromthetoolshed.ca.

We're taking a break from recording our second album, due out this spring (February/March) to present one of two shows we're playing this fall.

Halloween, Night of the Dead, promises to be a festive and celebratory night, starting with a stomping warm up from 'Ain't Dead Yet', an assortment of tunes spun throughout the night by Captain Tiv, and one long set of music by Noises from the Toolshed starting around midnight. Available also will be our new 'Noises from the Toolshed' T-shirts and long sleeve tees if you just can't get enough.

So come prepared, dressed in timely fashion. Prizes and surprises for those who will. Advance tickets are limited, guarantee entry and will get you past any line that'll snake it's way out from the door.

See you there.

Noises from the Toolshed. Bwaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.


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  • 2 weeks later...

Smokin' show.

The band has been holed up working on a new record, and the hard work definitely showed last night. The tightest show I've seen from them, and the addition of a baritone sax player on most of the tunes really filled out the sound. Covers of Scofield's "Kool" and The Sisters Euclid's "Tumbleweed Tea" rounded out a set of mainly instrumental original material that included "Half Moon Bay", "Floating in the Oxygen", "Lighthouse" and some brand new tunes (no tapers though...bummer. Aloha, Hart).

Embarrassingly, attendance was average at the beginning, and God awful by the end of the show. Victoria doesn't deserve this band, but I'm excited to see where they take the new material, musically speaking, when they head out on a proper tour in the springtime after the release of the (all instrumental) new album.

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