Wednesday, November 10, 2004

I Got A Secret and I Can't Explain

  • Catriona (w/ Plumtree): photo from Secret[featuring ex-Plumtree member Catriona Sturton] are touring Canada. In actuality, Catriona used to be part of the band when she was living in Japan. So this is a reunion tour of sorts. Check out some mp3's here. Tour dates this month are as follows:

    Thu. 11 London, ON @ Grooves (afternoon in-store)
    Fri. 12 Hamilton, ON @ The Casbah
    Sat. 13 Windsor, ON @ The Carhole w/From Bubblegum To
    Sky, Low Tones
    Sun. 14 Toronto, ON @ Sneaky Dees w/Uncut (Wavelength)
    Mon. 15 Guelph, ON @ The Ebar w/Whitebelt Octopus
    Tue. 16 Montreal, QC @ Le Divan Orange w/Quinzy
    Wed. 17 Halifax, NS @ Ginger's w/Al Tuck, Ashley
    Fri. 19 Sherbrooke, QC @ Le Magog
    Sat. 20 Ottawa, ON @ Zaphod Beeblebrox w/The Parkas
    Sun. 21 London, ON @ London Music Club w/Grassy Knoll
    Mon. 22 Toronto, ON @ Rancho Relaxo w/Spitfires &
    Mayflowers, The Bicycles

    [the original e-mail from Catriona can be read at the Plumtree Yahoo! Group]

  • Microbunny will be playing a show tonight @ the Rivoli in Toronto, with guests LAL and The Empires. Tickets $8. According to the Microbunny website, Rebecca Campbell will be taking over vocal duties from long-time collaborator Tamara Williamson. Update[3:57 pm]: The show appears to be at The 360 Club NOT the Rivoli. least they're in spitting distance of each other.

  • Rumours of Gene breaking up[please no!] at the You'll Never Walk Again Yahoo! Group[Gene fan group]...on a related note, the Gideon Coe 6music[BBC] session originally broadcast on November 8, 2004, can be downloaded here

  • Teenbeat's Unrest will be reforming, as part of Teenbeat's 20th anniversary, for some shows in Washington D.C. on February 23rd, 24th and 25th of 2005. [from copacetic]

  • Just a reminder that Lederhosen Lucil is going on a Ontario fall tour starting today in Ottawa, and will be in Toronto on November 28th @ The Gladstone Ballroom.

  • The Londonist, part of the Gothamist ring, made it's unofficial launch yesterday. And Gothamist will also be launching in Toronto. [from daily refill dot com]

  • has posted its editors' picks as well as customers' picks for the best of 2004, in categories ranging from music, DVD's, books, and so on.

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