Mark Band Sanders  +The Barrel Heads  +Black Bambi  +Barre

In the ever-expanding world of modern rock music there are very few truly unique musical voices; Mark Sanders is one of them. Backed by some of the most talented young players in Toronto Mark crafts hard-rocking, expansive psychedelic rock songs that can switch from gorgeous americana-inspired melodies to jarring gut-busting rhythms at the drop of a hat. After completing his music degree at Humber College Mark cut his teeth performing in several Toronto-based bands (The Cosmic Eye, Bodice, New Teeth) and in a wide variety of styles from jazz to hard rock, even opening for Gregg Allman at the Kitchener Blues Festival in 2013. Now, striking out on his own, Mark Sanders is making a name for himself as one of the most original and interesting songwriters in Toronto. His new project "Mark Band Sanders" touches on all the staples of Sanders' music while also covering new ground. With influences that range from Frank Zappa to Ornette Coleman, from Pink Floyd to The Strokes, MBS is the epitome of psychedelic rock: interesting, involved and unexpectedly beautiful music that, when played live, can make even the biggest skeptic nod along. The band's explosive live show isn't one to be missed, with their onstage antics and dance-heavy material MBS is making a name for themselves as one of Toronto's best new bands.

If you bring the tea we'll bring the party.

They've been known to actually blast people away at shows. If bystanders remain upright, it isn’t out of the ordinary for their faces to melt. Trippy vocals combined with guerilla-like ferocity on drums and feeding guitars are some of the perks you’re entitled to when listening to these dudes. Whether you’re tickled by dancing, rocking out or straight-out losing your mind, they’ve got it. Black Bambi has finally landed the ruthlessly deafening mothership of psychedelia on earth and plans to tour there for a while.

Ce duo de montréal basse/batterie joue dans le post-punk, minimaliste.