TAH may 7 – May 12 2018 @thesainttweets
SATURDAY MAY 12 Varga w/ El Pacino/ FRIDAY MAY 11 Flat 5 w/ Briss Co. and DJ Aerlie Wild /THURSDAY MAY 10 SLOW with Dearly Beloved & FLESH RAG./WEDNESDAY MAY 9 League of Wolves (LEOT Hanson EX of the SHEEP DOGS) FOOLS UNION /TUESDAY MAY 8 Calcedon/CHANCES/The Ferns in Hamilton/ WEDNESDAY OPEN JAM 2:30 to 5:30 GALLERY 345 IN EXILE/THURSDAYS ARTS & CRAFTERNOONS – 4pm to 7pm/MONDAY KIWANIS TV BINGO 7PM/
MONDAY KIWANIS TV BINGO 7PM
MONDAY Palberta, Man Made Hill, Sourpussy at This Ain’t Hollywood
Strangewaves is thrilled to bring a behemoth tripleheaded monster to This Ain’t Hollywood on an unsuspecting Monday. Time to figure out how to get off work on May 8…
Palberta are total mindblowing vagabonds, who are killing it at every level right now. They somehow continue to get better: releasing classic albums on an annual basis and constantly touring have made Palberta living legends in the underground scene. Palberta is totally chaotic, yet masterfully tight. Hamilton debut!
Man Made Hill (Hamilton)
Purveyor of ear-worm melodies, big bouncy beats, syrupy synths and the best live show in canaduh, Man Made Hill is a pop star from a virtual VHScollection. MMH somehow creates something unique and real with each live set, putting it all on the line for the sake of an unforgettable show. Hot on the heels of his brand new smash hit, FINGERTIP, catch him before he hits the road for his first west coast tour!
The mischievous rascals of improv are back to tear a big ol hole in whatever expectations we might have. After a cold harsh winter, Sourpussy is sure ready to *SPRING* into action and deliver a freakishly radical set of spontaneity.
TUESDAY MAY 8 Calcedon/CHANCES/The Ferns in Hamilton
There’s something empowering about seeing Montreal’s CHANCES play live. Lead singers Chloé Lacasse and Geneviève Toupin mirror each other with their synth/keyboard set-ups while drummer Vincent Carré sits directly in the middle, forming a circle with the audience and giving the show a sort of pop ceremony feel. Their unique sound is a blend of influences and cultures, mixing indie-pop with a hint of electro and world music, underscored by the english, french-canadian and Metis backgrounds present in the trio. With harmonies weaving in and out of thumping drums and sparkling synths, CHANCES’ otherworldly pop songs strike like a stream of light to the gut.
WEDNESDAY OPEN JAM 2:30 to 5:30 GALLERY 345 IN EXILE
WEDNESDAY MAY 9
League of Wolves (LEOT Hanson EX of the SHEEP DOGS) FOOLS UNION
This Ain’t Hollywood presents
League of Wolves (Saskatchewan rock, ex-the Sheepdogs)
Fool’s Union https://www.facebook.com/
GET TIX HERE https://www.bruha.com/
THURSDAYS ARTS & CRAFTERNOONS – 4pm to 7pm FREE!
ARTS & CRAFTERNOONS! 4pm to 7pm – EVERY THURSDAY! – This might be one of the coolest ideas for an afternoon hang! Our bartender Leah Visser who is also part of Hammer City Records came up with this fab creative incentive! Thanks Tara Bursey for such an incredible poster. BTW.
THURSDAYS MAY 10
SLOW with Dearly Beloved & FLESH RAG.
It is almost impossible to over-estimate the effect of Slow on Canadian music. Formed in the mid-80s in Vancouver, and releasing only one album and one 7″ on Zulu Records, the band has consistently been called one of the most influential punk rock bands in Canada and forerunners of the Seattle grunge scene. Perhaps most infamously, Slow is also the band that brought Expo 86 to its knees.
Not bad for a band that recorded only eight songs.
Slow was formed by Thomas Anselmi, Christian Thorvaldson, Stephen Hamm, and Terry Russell. Ziggy Sigmund was added to the line-up soon after as a second guitarist. The band released the 7″ I Broke the Circle in 1985, followed by Against the Glass in 1986, which featured the legendary “Have Not Been the Same,” one of the most iconic songs in Canadian music history. The song’s name was even taken as the name for the CanRock Encyclopedia, published by ECW Press.
Slow’s brand of rock n roll and punk rock has not aged one bit: Anselmi’s voice is monstrous, the guitars seriously rock n roll, and the drummer is all energy and destruction. Against the Glass is the kind of album that could only be delivered by a veteran act of 20 years—or a bunch of genius teenagers with not much better to do.
Dearly Beloved — Toronto
Flesh Rag https://www.facebook.com/
FRIDAY MAY 11
Flat 5 w/ Briss Co. and DJ Aerlie Wild
Flat 5 is teaming up with Briss Co for a night of Funk and Blues at This Ain’t Hollywood on May 11th with DJ Aerlie Wild spinning tunes in between sets.
SATURDAY MAY 12 Varga w/ El Pacino
Varga w/ El Pacino
This Aint Hollywood 345 James street North during hours of operation 289 396 3911 – – online at http://
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