Wavelength Monthly Series goes all ages at DIY Bike Shop

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Show #714 of the long-running Wavelength Music Series takes over the collectively run DIY bike shop Bike Pirates, in Toronto’s Parkdale neighbourhood, for the November installement of the Wavelength Monthly Series. Bike Pirates makes its space available for local non-profit organizations such as Wavelength, and we are happy to have the opportunity to present an All Ages show, events which are becoming increasingly rare in Toronto.

The Nov. 26 line-up, curated by Wavelength programmer Adam Bradley, showcases emerging electronic music from the Toronto underground, touching on electro-pop, hip-hop, and ambient/experimental music.

Cool-as-ice synth/bass post-punk duo Ice Cream (Carlyn Bezic & Amanda Crist) headline the bill, playing songs off their stellar 2016 full-length, Love, Ice Cream (on the Bad Actors label). We are excited to present Filipina-Canadian rapper Han Han, who rhymes in Tagalog, Cebuano, and English, and will be joined by members of Filipina dance group HATAW.

Recent Vancouver expat Plazas (aka Savana Salloum-Hedgecock) will unveil her dreamy, danceable synth-pop, while the show will be opened by solo artist Bénédicte, whose dark ambient electronica is forged from creative voice samples and cracked beats. DJ Little Kicks (aka Terri Rodak) of dance parties Synthesexer and Pop Lobster will spin between sets, and General Chaos Visuals will provide his trademark psychedelic projections.

More about Wavelength? Wavelength Music is a curated concert series designed to champion creativity, co-operation and collaboration in the independent music and arts scenes. Established in 2000, we are a non-profit arts organization that puts artists and the community first. A cornerstone of the Toronto music scene, Wavelength Music has championed literally thousands of emerging artists during its decade-plus run. For more information on Wavelength, visit wavelengthmusic.ca.