Indie Week & Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey Music House & 94.9 The Rock present:
DATE: FRI NOV 10
VENUE: Mod Club Theatre, 722 College Street West
7:30 PM — Doors
8:30 PM — The Reed Effect
9:15 PM — The Honeyrunners
10:00 PM — Dearly Beloved
10:45 PM — Rusty
** More acts to be announced
Tickets on sale:
*limited number of wristbands accepted
*Indie Week acknowledges the support from the following:
Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey, Hop City Brewing Co., Slaight Music, Musiconomi, Moog Audio, 94.9 The Rock, NOW Magazine, Exclaim!, The BUZZ, Long & McQuade — Toronto, MusicOntario, Seneca, POP Montreal, Music Nova Scotia, Project ATX6, Möbius Artist MGMT, Library Collaborative, Pushcart Records, Mississauga Music, M88 Entertainment Group, Ticketfly, Unison Benevolent Fund, Over The Bridge, Bond Place Hotel
Indie Week would like to thank the Ontario Music Development Corporation for their support.
This project is funded in part by FACTOR, the Government of Canada and Canada’s private radio broadcasters.
Ce projet est financé en partie par FACTOR, le gouvernement du Canada et les radiodiffuseurs privés du Canada.
The Reed Effect
The Reed Effect (TRE) is an original 3 piece grungy, melodic-rock band from Toronto. The band recently finished recording a 6 song EP and is looking forward to getting they're music out to as many listeners as humanly possible.
The Honeyrunners have mastered the art of feel-good music – roots rock infused with modern soul. In five years since their inception, the Toronto band has released two EPs, a series of live session films, 250+ tour dates, singles in radio rotation across North America, and a string of appearances on national television. They have shared the stage with Philip Sayce, Nick Waterhouse, The Trews, U.S.S., The Balconies, King Khan & BBQ Show, Head of the Herd and many more. Stay tuned for new tracks from The Honeyrunners’ debut album in Fall 2017.
Dearly Beloved thrash, howl and harmonize bringing equal parts melodiousness and dissonance to spin tales of defiance, humor, and FUN in the face of hard times and modern absurdity. Fully-fledged keepers of the rock n' roll flame, but with the speed and primal energy of hardcore punks like Fear and Black Flag mixed with the brooding heaviness of Black Sabbath and the his/her vocal interplay of The Pixies and X.
Rusty is a Canadian alternative rock band formed in 1994 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The band earned a 1996 Juno Award nomination in the category Best Alternative Album for Fluke. They signed with Atlantic Records in the U.S. in 1995 and released three albums before breaking up in 1999. They reformed in 2011 for a show at NXNE and have been performing since. A new album is in the works as well.