Category: Apple Crisp Concert

WED, NOV 2: GERTRUDES CD RELEASE PARTY W/ CHARLOTTE CORNFIELD

Wednesdy, Nov 2nd, 8pm @ The Grad Club, $5 !!!Gertrudes CD Release Party!!! The Gertrudes are releasing their third full length album Till The Morning Shows Her Face To Me on Apple Crisp Records. Come get your copy while they’re hot! Also on the bill is Charlotte Cornfield. Check out this video of Charlotte’s: CHARLOTTE CORNFIELD – Harbord

THU, SEP 22: BRUCE PENINSULA *ADVANCE CD RELEASE*!!! W/ THE GERTRUDES & SNOWBLINK

Thursday, Sept 22, 8pm @ St James Anglican Church (10 Union Street, across from the Grad Club), $5 Bruce Peninsula will soon be releasing their new album Open Flames (HAND DRAWN DRACULA). Here’s a chance to see the band and pick up an advance copy! Special treatment for Kingstonians? You know it! Kingston’s own The Gertrudes and Toronto’s Snowblink will open the night. On October

MAR 18: HOODED FANG, SLEUTH BEARS

Friday, March 18th, 7pm @ The Queen Street United Church, $5 Purveyors par excellence of three-minute synthpop gems, straight-ahead indie-rock beaters, and swooney chamber-pop ballads, Hooded Fang’s EP (Sept 2008) and full-length debut album (Oct 2010) have been critically acclaimed. The band has appeared on Q with Jian Ghomeshi, been featured on Degrassi Takes Manhattan,

FEB 11TH – FEB 13TH: THE APPLE CRISP MUSIC FESTIVAL PRESENTS JESSE ZUBOT

The Apple Crisp Music Festival runs Friday Feb 11th – Sunday Feb 13th at various downtown Kingston venues. This year’s festival will feature a wide spectrum of performances & workshops including: hip-hop, (Thesis Sahib), break-dance, (Kinetiq Crew) and experimental, (Jesse Zubot w/ Decomposing Pianos). Please stay tuned for more information about the festival!   Jesse

JAN 29: ENTIRE CITIES, NEW COUNTRY REHAB

Saturday, January 29th, 8PM at The Mansion (509 Princess St.) $5 at the door / 19+ Entire Cities, led by Simon Borer, is as much about their message as their sound.  Critics have quickly picked up on his deeply poetic lyrics amidst the raucously ragged music.  Borer’s songwriting is “meticulous and raw,”* at turns plain-spoken