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Saturday
28
APR

Lioness, Surefire Sweat and Five and Tens play JCMH

21:00
02:00
Junction City Music Hall
Event organized by Junction City Music Hall

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A night of funky, soulful dance craze music.

LIONESS 9:30 pm

Lioness are an art-dance/rock trio fronted by the alluringly mysterious Vanessa Fischer (vocals and synths) and backed by the thunderous rhythms created by Ronnie Morris (bass and synths) and Jeff Scheven (drums and machines). Their sound is a mix of dark electro dance and sinister rock that has been causing hips to sway and heads to turn.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HdQk1oiUmmQ

Surefire Sweat 10:30 pm

Surefire Sweat, is made up of a diverse & multi-generational roster of Toronto-based artists. The original music, composed by drummer, Larry Graves, draws on an amalgam of Brass Band, Funk, Jazz, Blues & Afrobeat styles. Inventive arrangements act as a vehicle for the all-star cast of musicians to engage audiences through improvisational explorations and danceable instrumental orchestrations.

https://surefiresweat.bandcamp.com/releases

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JEJu5T3kSpo

Five and Tens 12:00 am

The Five and Tens are a diverse instrumental band based out of Mississauga, Ontario Canada named after highway intersection Hurontario and Dundas Street (5 & 10). They bring an eclectic mix of music from all different influences from around the world into one groove. They are the brothers in the groove. Musically they bring a melting pot of grooves and rhythms found all over the world. Fusing world music with surf, soul, funk, hip-hop and jazz. Their music is steeped in heavy bass, funk breaks, melodic guitar and ambient keyboards. Drawing music from rare soul/funk 45s and film scores and composers such as Piero Umiliani and Galt Macdermot.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HlaoZtWlFr0

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