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Ep. #211: Julie Fader & Graham Walsh of Etiquette

Etiquette is a wonderfully haunting, groove and ambient-rich pop band started by real-life couple Julie Fader and Holy Fuck’s Graham Walsh in their homebase of Toronto, ON. This past March, they released Reminisce, their debut album, which is out via Hand Drawn Dracula and they’re playing Camp Wavelength on Toronto Island this Saturday August 29 at 2:00 PM. Here, Julie, Graham, and I discuss my frozen face post-dental surgery, oral hygiene, ginger ale, Graham made it, fixing up a fixer-upper in Toronto, revealing Julie’s pregnancy during breakfast on an old radio show of mine, breakfast tacos, Jerry Seinfeld owes me money, Graham is busy working on the new Operators record, METZ’s vocal part recordings, too loud for Frances, touring versus making and selling records, musical depression, the sound of Etiquette, the power of King Cobb Steelie, Julie’s voice, making makeout music, Julie’s singing and lyrics, sex on the bathroom floor, people misinterpreting Etiquette lyrics because of Julie and Graham’s personal relationship, Julie and Siri, Guelph rules and cowboys, ladyfriend, how Julie and Graham met at Dr. Disc, the Raven in Hamilton, upside down bass, lefty, Flux, growing up playing music, the flute, singing with Sarah Harmer, playing acoustic guitar, that Massey Hall show with Chad VanGaalen, vagabond carpentry, Sarah Harmer and Emily Post, making a new Etiquette record before the new Holy Fuck record comes out, musical freedom and oppression, a significant creative spurt, the song “Attention Seeker,” and then there was drool.

Related links: handdrawndracula.com/artists/etiquette vishkhanna.com

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Stay Out of the Mall XII Night Two Sold Out! Sarah Harmer and friends sell out Ebar; night one tix still available

 

The second of two nights of Stay Out of the Mall XII is now completely sold out. Fans who wanted to see Sarah Harmer, Bry Webb, Grey Kingdom, and a DJ set by Diamond Rings on Friday Dec. 6 snapped up every available ticket and there are none left.

There are still a number of advance tickets left for the Thursday Dec. 5 event featuring Dusted (Brian Borcherdt of Holy F—k and Loel Campbell of Wintersleep), Marine Dreams, and Esther Grey but this evening is sure to be packed as well.

Again, there is a Facebook event page for Thursday and also one for Friday. Updates and info will be posted there and also here.

Some of this info is available below.

In support of the Canadian Cancer Society towards leukemia research in memory of University of Guelph student Sharon Marshall, KYEO Presents:

Stay Out of the Mall XII
A Festive Music Festival

Thursday December 5, 2013:

Dusted / Marine Dreams / Esther Grey

$10 with non-perishable item for the Guelph Food Bank
$12 without

Friday December 6, 2013:

Sarah Harmer / Bry Webb / Grey Kingdom

$18 with non-perishable item for the Guelph Food Bank
$20 without
SOLD OUT!

The Ebar
41 Quebec St. Guelph
Doors at 9 PM
AA/LIC (Not accessible)

Tickets for Thursday evening still available now via ticketbreak.com and the Bookshelf (41 Quebec St)

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Diamond Rings DJs Stay Out of the Mall XII – Friday almost sold out!

 

The twelfth annual Stay Out of the Mall festival takes place on Thursday Dec. 5 and Friday Dec. 6, 2013 at the Ebar (41 Quebec St.) in Guelph, ON and another special guest has just been added to the bill.

On Friday night, internationally renowned recording artist Diamond Rings (a.k.a. University of Guelph grad, John O’Regan) will DJ between bands and after the concert is over. O’Regan has played Stay Out of the Mall previously in the band Habitat and also as Diamond Rings.

Friday night’s show featuring Sarah Harmer, Bry Webb, and Grey Kingdom is currently 40 tickets shy of selling out. There are still a number of advance tickets left for Thursday’s event featuring Dusted (Brian Borcherdt of Holy F—k and Loel Campbell of Wintersleep), Marine Dreams, and Esther Grey but this evening is sure to be packed as well.

Patrons are reminded that they can purchase tickets online at ticketbreak.com but they can save $2 on admission at the Bookshelf (41 Quebec St.) or at the door by donating a non-perishable good to the Guelph Food Bank. Simply present your good to staff at the Bookshelf or the Ebar when you purchase your ticket in person and you save $2.

There is a Facebook event page for Thursday and also one for Friday. Updates and info will be posted there and also here.

Some of this info is available below.

In support of the Canadian Cancer Society towards leukemia research in memory of University of Guelph student Sharon Marshall, KYEO Presents: 

Stay Out of the Mall XII
A Festive Music Festival

Thursday December 5, 2013:

Dusted / Marine Dreams / Esther Grey

$10 with non-perishable item for the Guelph Food Bank
$12 without

Friday December 6, 2013:

Sarah Harmer / Bry Webb / Grey Kingdom

$18 with non-perishable item for the Guelph Food Bank
$20 without

The Ebar
41 Quebec St. Guelph
Doors at 9 PM
AA/LIC (Not accessible)

Tickets for both evenings available now via ticketbreak.com and the Bookshelf (41 Quebec St)

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