Secret Headliner TBA


with Deliluh, E-Saggila and Tyriqueordie

$15 advance

Venue TBA
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SECRET HEADLINER TBA at Lower Bay TTC Station

Such a unique event...
Easily the deepest underground show ever presented by Canadian Music Week (literally and figuratively) and, most likely, the first ever live punk, art-rock, rap, techno show sponsored by the TTC.
Indeed, until we announce the for-now-secret feature act of this affair, the interim headliner will be the venue itself: the TTC's dormant Lower Bay subway platform, which - for the occasion - will be flanked by 2 full length, open door subway trains.
The official address of the station is 1240 Bay St.
DOORS for the show will be via the Yorkville entrance to the subway stop on the south side of Cumberland Ave. (west of Bellair St./east of Avenue Rd.)
It will be a 19+ event.
Check the Facebook event for more info.

DELILUH

Deliluh is a Toronto art-rock band that is allergic to most aspects of mainstream culture. Band leader Kyle Knapp was the one who came up with idea of doing an underground show in Toronto's subway system -- without disturbing the train schedule, of course.

E-SAGGILA

Over the course of a few years, the Toronto-based noise/industrial techno producer has quietly gained a large following within the underground club scene at home and abroad. Nevertheless, she seems largely unconcerned with image and more invested in making an impact with her hard-hitting brand of dark, atmospheric techno. Following top-notch releases on the cassette imprint she co-runs with Max SK, Summer Isle, the prolific UK-based Opal Tapes and more recently, Bank Records NYC, E-Saggila has solidified her status as the secret weapon of Toronto’s techno underground.

TYRIQUEORDIE

Tyriqueordie is a rapper from Scarborough allied with Toronto's BEVSTMODE collective and label. Though the kid's only 20, his broad vision draws more from Flying Lotus than Drake or the Weeknd, as exemplified by the first chapter of a planned five-part music video saga. - NOISEY (Sept.2017)

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