Kazoo! Spoooktacular: Pucumber Sasssquash Family Band / Bonnie Trash / Corpusse / I Feel Sorry
Friday Oct 26th @ ANAF (32 Gordon St)
Pucumber Sasssquash Family Band
I Feel Sorry
Doors 9pm – 19+ – $10 Advance / $13 Door
Venue is Physically Accessible – No Hats!
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+ Live visuals & spooky environs from VIDEOMANCY, Brian Schirk, and Sloptech presented by Ed Video Media Arts Centre
Get your Spoooktacular Special Weekend Pass – $25 for all 3 shows
Pucumber Sasssquatch Family Band
A bunch of vintage sprouts fell into an enormous sauce and dissolved into a cacophony of riffs picante. Nobody was looking and the pizza oven barfed out a buffet of compost-math-punk dance party dementia. A bizarre seizure of frenetic flash fry smileicons lets a chakratic tickle-fest win in an armwrestle while the dishwasher breakdances on a giant electric fruit roll-up that’s on sale. Bake 25 mins and you’ve got the Pucumber Sasssquash Family Band.
Guelph’s Bonnie Trash is a dark and moody art-pop trio led by Sara and Emma BV and rounded out by Chris Worden. Their debut EP, Ezzelini’s Dead, delves into the Italian folklore surrounding Ezzelino’s III da Romano, a medieval tyrant who purportedly ate his enemies and neighbouring peasants. Powerful, engaging, eerie — and one of Guelph’s best.
The Toronto/Montreal shock-opera legend has been shivering spines since the 80’s and we’re excited to bring this cult legend back to Guelph. Corpusse has been described as “a cross between spoken word and pro wrestling” and that pretty much hits the mark. Get ready to step in the enigmatic and disturbed reality of Corpusse.
I Feel Sorry
From the haunted house at 42 Jane St comes a brand new gang of ghouls. Spiked with punkin spice and flavours of Dinosaur Jr., Built to Spill, and the noisier side of grunge, Guelph’s I Feel Sorry will thrill, chill, and amaze.