VENDREDI 7 JUIN 2013
Sweet Mother Logic  +Emilie & Ogden  +lackofsleep  +Dj Érik Élektrik

5@8 Mister Valaire – Su’l Plancher pour vous servir: https://www.facebook.com/events/154725211368992/?context=create

+ Martin Tremblay – GRATUIT

Indie Montréal & Le Festival FRINGE St. Ambroise présentent / present…

Tickets / Billets:
$10.00 at/au http://indiemontreal.ca/sweet-mother-logic-lackofsleep-emilie-ogden/

Points de Ventes / Physical points of sale:
Divan Orange | 4234 St. Laurent
Cheap Thrills | 2044 Metcalfe
Atom Heart | 364 Shebrooke E.
L’Oblique | 4333 Rivard

Experimental / Acoustic / Pop

Sweet Mother Logic est un dynamique mélange de violoncelles synthétiseurs vintage. Comprenant également des basse, guitare, batterie et piano, ce quintet instrumental suscite une grande variété de styles et de sons pour former quelque chose de nouveau et de savoureux. Malgré leurs rythmes complexes et leurs improvisations musicales, on est captivé du début à la fin du show qui est facile à écouter.

Sweet Mother Logic is an innovative, genre-bending, instrumental free-for-all, colliding a rocket-powered string duet with vintage keyboards and guitar over jagged drums to produce what the Montreal Mirror described as "tightly wound with vigorous energy and engaging, original melodies" with "a penchant for wordless tale-telling." Both on stage and in the studio, Sweet Mother Logic has received universal praise from critics and listeners. The Montreal Gazette described the band's performance at last year's Pop Montreal as one of their "favourite sets of the festival so far...a sprawling vocals-free extravaganza, at turns soaring and pounding."

Emilie & Ogden is not your typical duet but rather an encounter between a singer and a harp. Emilie grew up in a small town outside Montreal and moved to the city to study classical music. There she quickly fell in love with the harp after discovering Joanna Newsom. Emilie practiced her new instrument in the TEA band, a folk project she started with two friends in 2010. Her love of the instrument combined with a need for self-expression gave birth to Emilie & Ogden in November 2012. Her particular voice has often been described as pure and soft, resonating in perfect harmony with the harp. On her debut EP, Emilie collaborated with young producer Jesse Mac Cormack (MAK), also performing in her band, bringing a soft electronic touch to her traditional folk sound. Live, her sound is completed by Samuel Béland on synthesizers and Francis Ledoux on the drums. Emilie & Ogden could be described as "nouveau folk", drawing inspiration from other female artists such as Feist and St-Vincent.

Au rythme où vont les choses, l a c k o f s l e e p fera de bien belles vagues au cours des prochains mois. - Matthieu Petit, Voir Estrie

lackofsleep s’est formé à Sherbrooke en décembre 2010. Réunis par un désir commun d’embrasser un indie-rock aux teintes électro susceptible de soulever les foules, ses membres s’engagent dans un régime immodéré de répétitions et de concerts. Mené par Charles L., également leader du projet folk b.e.t.a.l.o.v.e.r.s, lackofsleep attire dès ses premiers concerts plusieurs fans qui entonneront rapidement les paroles des pièces entraînantes. Le groupe monte entre autres sur les scènes des événements Pop Montréal, M pour Montréal et MEG Montréal, en plus de remporter à l’automne 2011 le premier prix du Festival Sherbrooklyn.