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Scott Hardware

with SlowPitchSound and House Sounds

$10 door

Band Details

From the Promoter

We’re back! We have quite the show for y’all! Legendary Montreal underground electronic pop duo Chevalier Avant Garde have fired up the resurrection machine, and our ears are overflowing. Featuring performances from brilliant Toronto musical minds Scott Hardware and SlowPitchSound. Opening set from House Sounds and environs by Roxanne Ignatius!

Chevalier Avant Garde

Montreal underground electronic pop legends reemerged after five years of relative quiet this summer with an incredible new EP, Deadlock, which lives up to their majestic albums of years past in every way. They’ve toured the new record in Montreal and Europe, and we’re so excited to bring them to Toronto.

Scott Hardware

With two masterpieces in the back catalogue, You Think About It Too Much (2014) and Mutate Repeat Infinity (2016), Scott Hardware has been keeping busy playing shows with Molly Nilsson, Yves Jarvis, Devon Welsh, and performing at Long Winter in Paris. And finishing a new album, coming out soon!


Cheldon Paterson aka SlowPitchSound has been developing his sci-fi turntablism over 20 years and 7 studio albums, with countless live performances including support slots for Kid Koala, Steve Reich, Tim Hecker, Tinariwen, A Guy Called Gerald, Mathew Jonson, and Shabazz Palaces. SlowPitchSound's shows combine improvised music, dance and projected visuals to create a truly one of a kind performance.

House sounds

A brilliant up-and-coming talent, their ambient pop is gorgeous and immense, yet soft and contemplative. Arrive early to not miss their sorcery.

Poster/video and environs by Roxanne Ignatius! Silent Shout DJs in between performances and after the show!

Limited advance tickets available:

Doors 9:00

Handlebar is not officially wheelchair accessible, as there is a small lip at the front door. All washrooms are gender-neutral and washrooms on the main floor are wheelchair friendly. All Handlebar staff are trained in dealing with emergency situations, and creating a safe space.

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