Kazoo! #238: Elliott Vincent Jones / Bernardino Femminielli / Bonnie Trash – Sept. 29th @ eBar
ELLIOTT VINCENT JONES (Toronto, ON)
Former Ell V Gore frontman Elliott Vincent Jones emerges from the ashes of the raucous DIY party scene that gave him his start with a fresh new synth-pop project. Jones has spent time perfecting his distinctive brand of New Age Art Pop fusing influences as varied as Fela Kuti, Brian Eno, Yellow Magic Orchestra, and Michael Jackson. With a new EP out on Bad Actors and a string of international tour dates, this pulsating synth pop is layered with dark hooks hiding around every corner.
BERNARDINO FEMMINIELLI (Montreal, QC)
Bernardino Femminielli is an artist working under the guise of a hyper-sexual, genderless provocateur. His work and character are a synthesis of mysticism, danger and pleasure; a detached crooner, a dog of the night. Narrating in Spanish and French, from brutal italo-disco to heavy cosmic drone, to baroque glam and mutant industrial, his sonic ventures are chaotic and unpredictable.
BONNIE TRASH (Guelph, ON)
Twin sisters that shred, creating songs that wouldn’t sound out of place on the “To Live and Die in LA” soundtrack. Soaring vocals, innovative ‘80s-sounding guitar wailing and programming – it all comes together to make songs that hint at nostalgia while looking to a dystopian future. The cool kids at the party have arrived.
Kazoo! #238: Thursday September 29th @ eBar (41 Quebec St)
All Ages / Licensed – Doors 10pm – $10 at the door
Unfortunately eBar is not a physically accessible venue (stairs)
Poster by Monika Hauck