Five reasons to support subsequent era of Vancouver lady rockers
April 13, 2017 - Supermoon
Girls Rock Camp Vancouver Fundraiser
Saturday, Apr 15, during 6 p.m. | Grand Luxe Hall (303 E. 8th Ave.)
Tickets: $20 during eventbrite.com, Red Cat Records, Neptoon Records, Zulu Records
1. It’s a fundraiser. All deduction from a dusk go toward Girls Rock Camp Vancouver. The non-profit is partial of a Girls Rock Camp Alliance, that was founded during a beginning of Rock ’n’ Roll Camp for Girls in Portland, Ore., in 2007. Girls Rock Camp Vancouver runs a weeklong summer stay dedicated to branch out a subsequent era of (female-identifying) rockers and is open to youths ages 8 to 17. The fundraiser is all ages.
2. Ashley Shadow. Four acts are scheduled to play a fundraiser, including Ashley Shadow. It’s a recording and live plan from singer/songwriter Ashley Webber, who expelled an eponymous Ashley Shadow manuscript final year. Allmusic.com praised a album’s “engaging, dirty brew of acoustic and electric, clever and vulnerable.”
3. Supermoon. Supermoon’s eight-song, double, seven-inch record Playland, out on Mint Records, is one of a sunnier releases from final year. The band, also on a fundraiser’s bill, recently played a South X Southwest song festival in Austin, Tex.
4. Scum Laude. And afterwards there’s a terrifically named Scum Laude, a organisation of 16-year-olds, including Hannah Turner. Turner is one of a organizers of Elastic Collective, “a odd + lady girl artist-collective formed in Vancouver,” according to a collective’s tumblr page.
5. Raffle prizes. If a song and a means aren’t enough, a fundraiser is charity raffle tickets with prizes from Live Nation, John Fluevog Shoes, pieces from valuables engineer Anita Sikma, a Nimbus School of Recording Arts and lots more.
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