TAH July 19 – July 24 2016 @thesainttweets @drdischamilton @933CFMU #hamont @tourismhamilton
THIS AIN’T THE OPEN JAM (9pm) / COMET CONTROL with HAWKEYES & RADIATION FLOWERS – 8pm/ SATE with ASTRAL WITCH (8pm)/BRITNEY’S KRACK party 9pm/MATT PRAY & THE ANIMAL HOSPITAL WITH GUESTS SLAND PEOPLE , BLACKl OBLIETTE- 9pm/JAMES MEDICINE SHOW, NOSTALGIA,NODEVILLIVEDON & LEATHER DUST
Tuesday THIS AIN’T THE OPEN JAM
WEDNESDAY COMET CONTROL with HAWKEYES & RADIATION FLOWERS – 8pm
THURSDAY SATE with ASTRAL WITCH (8pm)
Genre: Bluesy Raunch & Soul meets Dirty Rock & Roll
Rock and roll fans, SATE knows your desires and she is prepared to give you more than you can handle.
With her trademark black lips and platinum Mohawk, the Toronto vocalist and songwriter leads a dynamic band combining blistering hard rock with gritty funk. The empowering messages embedded in her music, and her soul-shaking live show, have quickly built SATE’s reputation as an artist impossible to ignore. Even Canada’s national daily newspaper, the Globe & Mail, declared her full-length debut album, RedBlack&Blue one of 2016’s most anticipated releases.
The build up to RedBlack&Blue has been underway for over a year, starting with a hugely successful Pledgemusic campaign that helped produce three digital-only independent EPs. RedBlack&Blue was then compiled from what donors chose as their favourite 10 tracks from these releases. Among the standout songs are the potent first taste, “Warrior,” and the hard driving single “What Did I Do,” the video for which premiered exclusively at Ebony.com.
It only takes seeing SATE in concert once to feel the impact of everything she represents. Toronto’s NOW Magazine described her as having “a tornado of a stage presence,” while Lithium’s live reviewer proclaimed, “I can tell you sincerely that she is one of the most resounding artists I’ve heard.” When each show inevitably reaches its climax with the indelible image of SATE, fist in the air, and an entire audience raising its hands in unity, the full spectrum of human emotions—anger, joy, vulnerability—suddenly comes into sharp focus through the music.
RedBlack&Blue is the natural result of that live experience, and the culmination of a lifetime spent fully immersed in music of all forms and shades. As the daughter of Canadian blues and jazz pioneer Salome Bey, SATE learned at the feet of countless music legends that passed through Toronto during her childhood. She soon found her own voice by adding the sounds and attitudes of punk and hard rock that shaped her own identity and set her upon her journey.
That journey is in fact only just beginning. The release of RedBlack&Blue will finally introduce SATE to a wider world clamoring for new voices to pick up the torch passed down from our rapidly disappearing rock and roll elders. SATE was born to bear that responsibility, and in the end, everyone will be sated.
FRIDAY BRITNEY’S KRACK party 9pm
The return of the infamous Britney’s Krack comes to This Ain’t Hollywood on Friday July 22nd.
Also on the bill are:
Thunderfuck’s Ginger Jam
SATURDAY MATT PRAY & THE ANIMAL HOSPITAL WITH GUESTS SLAND PEOPLE , BLACKl OBLIETTE- 9pm
Matt Pray & The Animal Hospital Ep Release!!>!! Come join us for some HIGH-OCTANE TWANG!! Special guests include ISLAND PEOPLE and BLACK OUBLIETTE!!
SUNDAY JAMES MEDICINE SHOW, NOSTALGIA,NODEVILLIVEDON & LEATHER DUST
Second show of the Dark and Heavy Mini Tour with NoDevilLivedOn and Nostalgia featuring The Jesse James Medicine Show and Leather Dust.
The Jesse James Medicine Show – Raw Power from Hamilton!
Nostalgia – Atmospheric Rock/ Metal from the reaches of North Bay – Featuring former and current members of Astral Witch (Hamilton) and Empyrean Plague (North Bay).
NoDevilliveDoN – North Bay drinkin’ Heavy Metal.
Leather Dust – Rock done right from Burlington.
Doors – 8
This Aint Hollywood 345 JAmes street North during hours of operation 289 396 3911 – – online at http://www.thisainthollywood.ca
Dr.Disc Hamilton 22 Wilson Street : 905-523-1010 .drdisc.ca/tickets
Hammer City Records 228 James St N Basement @ Rear Off Robert St Hamilton, Ontario (905) 546-7869
Crash Landing Music Store 1189 Cannon Street East Hamilton, Ontario (905) 548-0039