with Mimico and Invisible Out
From the Promoter
he September 2018 installment of Wavelength’s monthly music series features JOYFULTALK: A junked-analog duo from a secluded outpost on Nova Scotia’s mythical South Shore. JOYFULTALK conjure micro-climate trance music. The brainchild of instrument builder and jazz-fried alchemist Jay Crocker, JOYFULTALK offer up new concepts on regionalism. Admittedly influenced by the craggy treelines and flowing rivers of Lunenburg county, Crocker and multi-instrumentalist Shawn Dicey’s gnarled jamscapes render natural spaces in a hazy parallel. Their new album Plurarity Trip, released on pioneering independent label Constellation Records, is “totally mesmerizing,” according to The Line of Best Fit.
They are joined by MIMICO: a Toronto based post-punk indie trio creating psychedelic ambient synth rock melodies to melt your brains, and Invisible Out, the duo of Jason Doell and Xuan Ye who perform signaletic compositions taking shape as sonic interventions that inhabit the virtual and physical realms of the public spheres. Invisible Out are guided by a threefold mission that invigorates the politics and epistemology of invisibility – disclosing hidden systematic patterns and mechanisms such as surveillance and feedback; amplifying the invisible through sonic strategies; attuning to the relayed future that is yet unseen and unimagined.
This event will take place at Array Music, located close to Trinity Bellwoods Park, Array Music seeks out to create a space to ignite and sustain a passion for contemporary Canadian musical art.