Princess Century // Memorex // LOOM

 27 May
 1184 Bloor St W - M6H 1N2 - Toronto - Canada
 Princess Maya
One more night of Princess Century magic before she departs on a long European tour! $10 advance tix or $12 door PRINCESS CENTURY // Maya Postepski never stops. An active member of the Toronto music scene, she has been making music for over 10 years, currently as part of electronic group AUSTRA (Domino). She is a prolific remix artist, DJ and she co-wrote and produced TRST with Robert Alfons as TRUST (Arts & Crafts). Progress is her latest album, to be released under her solo moniker PRINCESS CENTURY. This project is the outlet for her genre-crossing experiments that take us on a journey through minimalist cosmic disco psychedelia, crossing through to glacial poly-rhythmic territories soaked in dark dripping goo. Shooting stars and icicles glimmer and weave a reflective thread through each track, while mechanical pulses ground the soaring delicious keyboards that could melt the heart of a cobra. Do not be afraid!! Close your eyes and allow the warm synthesizer liquid to seep through your veins and take you into a far away galaxy of love, lust and passion. MEMOREX // Memorex is a three-piece band from Toronto. The members of the band, David, Eleanor, and Nigel, collided as their former bands, Mirror Phase and Autoportrait, were dissolving. The group was drawn together on the basis of a shared devotion to aging analogue synths, driving drum machines, and moody, reverberant guitar. The band released their first ep, 'tape one', in October 2014, and are presently working on a second release while continuing to perform live on a regular basis. LOOM // Loom is Brooke Manning, a Toronto resident who has been performing in various incarnations under the moniker since 2010. After a short hiatus from performing in 2012 and 2013, Brooke started writing again in 2014 and has been working with John Harry (Gates, Demonic Possessor), Todd MacDonald (Silver Pools, The Winks) and Bryan Bray (Cetacea, Gates) to further develop the sound of her minimal, slow-core work. The result has inspired a heavier, denser form of Brooke’s minimalist style. The band is due to record the sophomore album in the fall of 2015.

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