THE BCASA  +Adam Strangler  +The Motorleague  +Dj Érik Élektrik
  • 21h30
  • 10$

5@8: Mc Gilles Su’l Plancher pour vous servir -

+ Martin Goyette – GRATUIT

Tickets / Billets:  $10.00 at/au

Points de Ventes (as of May 24) / Physical points of sale (dès le 24 mai):
Divan Orange | 4234 St. Laurent
Cheap Thrills | 2044 Metcalfe
Atom Heart | 364 Shebrooke E.
L’Oblique | 4333 Rivard

Confucius once said: “When we see persons of worth, we should think of equalling them; when we see persons of a contrary character, we should ninja kick them in the tits and crank The BCASA.”

A punk band that has listened to way too much Wu-Tang and Beastie Boys, and has a massive hard-on for time travel, 90s video games and Ninja Turtles, is indeed something worth turning the fuck up. Their short, violent songs and live shows leave you feeling like you've been kicked in the teeth by a Muppet; it’s vicious yet colourful, and everyone goes home with a big bloody smile, and even the ugly people get laid.

Please don't talk to me about the weather anymore, Unless it is to tell me that you've found God's stardusts on the floor. Plucked from his eyebrows where the hair grows thick, While sweet baby Jesus is curled up at his feet.

It’s mere seconds into a typical track by The Motorleague that listeners realize what they’re in for. Be it a blistering single-string guitar riff delivered through an amp that’s seemingly been set afire or a bludgeoning smash to the snare drum, this band delivers its punk-influenced hard rock with an unrelenting urgency from start to finish. Or at least that was the case with the band’s heralded 2009 debut LP, Black Noise… their 2013 follow-up Acknowledge, Acknowledge also features a flurry of high-energy, riff-anchored rock, it’s also much more dynamic and expressive – and that was the idea from the outset.