Vancouver’s Music Waste Reveals 2016 Lineup
May 4, 2016 - Supermoon
Vancouver’s long-running, uber-DIY Music Waste festival creates a many acquire lapse subsequent month, and organizers have now announced a massive, local-minded relapse of who all will be personification around a city from Jun 2 to 5 for a 22nd edition.
As in years past, a four-day festival will be hold during mixed venues opposite Vancouver, with some-more than 70 acts creation their approach by 14 opposite uncover spots. This includes Jay Arner, Adrian Teacher a Subs, Courtneys/Peace outshoot Gum Country, Dada Plan, Stefana Fratila, Supermoon, Plazas, Milk, Rec Centre, Poor Baby, Devours, Ace Martens, TV Ugly, Shame Spiral, Morning Coup, Glad Rags, Les Chaussettes, Jo Passed, Shitlord Fuckerman, Swim Team, Tuna Melt, Nice Spine, Did You Die, Mark Mills, Viewmaster, Little Sprout, Sexy Merlin, Skim Milk, Gesture, Spring Breaks and many more.
The thesis of a 2016 Music Waste festival is apparently for bands to “explore a enchanting manifestations of realms that enchant, frighten, fascinate and pleasure them.” How accurately this plays out stays to be seen, though a idea is radically a same as it ever was: to gleam a spotlight on Vancouver’s subterraneous song scene.
“It is unequivocally illusory how Music Waste has grown and evolved, while also staying loyal to a strange purpose of showcasing internal talent in an permitted way,” organizer Julie Colero pronounced in a statement. “Every year there are new bands and performers who turn throng favourites by a finish of a weekend.”
Once again, in further to a strictly authorised Music Waste events, there will be a array of exclusively requisitioned concerts run during a same time that come underneath a Go Your Own Waste banner. The Art Waste member of a festival will also supplement several openings and exhibitions.
Though a sum have nonetheless to arrive, a Music Waste organizers have also curated a cassette recover highlighting acts behaving during this year’s festival. Last year’s entrance yielded cuts from NEEDS, B-Lines, Peace, Skinny Kids and more.
A full-festival pass is now on sale during several internal retailers for $15, while particular shows will cost $5 during a door.
You can find out some-more about this year’s Music Waste over here.