MERCREDI 8 AVRIL 2015
AND THE KIDS  +FUTURE STATES  +LASERMAGICLASER

And The Kids, the New England-based accessible unconscious existential indie glitter popsicle crisis band, will release their Signature Sounds' (Lake Street Dive, Josh Ritter, Crooked Still) debut CD Turn to Each Other, February 17th, and immediately tour in support, with major publicity and radio support. And The Kids is managed by Emily Lichter of Public Emily (Lake Street Dive, Sallie Ford). Publicity by Planetary Group.

And The Kids' music has been compared to Arcade Fire, Feist, The Shins, and Modest Mouse. "And The Kids convert listeners to fans at a rate approaching 100 percent," wrote a reviewer from the Hudson County Almanac. "(They) appeal directly to a mythic and wild place in the mind … "

Future States is a five-piece Canadian indie rock band whose members hail from Montreal and Ottawa. They draw inspiration from a variety of musical genres, with a distinct emphasis on arrangement and vocal harmony. A collaboration of artists, Future States hope to make a genuine connection with their friends and fans.

The band formed in 2013 as a result of musical partnerships between high school friends Brodie Conley (guitar/vocals) and Chuck Bronson (guitar/ vocals), and university schoolmates Nicolas Hyatt (keyboards/vocals) and David Lacalamita (bass/vocals). The lineup was completed with the addition of Daniel Gélinas (drums/ vocals), who engineered their independently released EP through his Montreal-based Studio Chocolat Chaud.

LASERMAGICLASER

LASERMAGICLASER est un trio électro/spaceship composé des musiciens Nicolas Godmaire, Alexandre LeBlanc et Simon Hallé. Soutenu par des rythmes complexes, leur musique oscille entre mélodies et progressions d'accords recherchées. Maniant les synthétiseurs vintages, les trois membres du groupe s'harmonisent aux vocaux, livrant des textes introspectifs et imagés. Ils proposent une musique sérieuse, empreinte d'ambiances musicales suggérant de nouveaux repères à l'auditeur. Sur scène, le groupe accompagne chacune des pièces de projections vidéo thématiques qu'il créé.