April 5th, 2016
Two CD release concerts for Super 8 coming up this weekend!
Friday April 8 in Toronto at Burdock (1184 Bloor St W). Doors open at 8:30pm, show starts at 9. $11 advance, $15 at door. Tickets via www.burdockto.com/musichall, follow the Calendar link to April 8.
Saturday April 9 in Hamilton at Mills Hardware (95 King St E). Doors open at 7:30pm, show starts at 8:30. $10 advance, $15 at door. Click here for tickets.
Les Cooper is opening both shows.
April 1st, 2016
Wanna hear the new EP Super 8? Buy an Apple product – it’s included in every one!
Or you can stream it in this exclusive premiere on A Music Blog, Yea?. No purchase necessary.
March 31st, 2016
Release concerts for Super 8 start tomorrow! Check the CONCERTS page for full details.
1 – Bohemia, Barrie
2 – Cork Hall at McCabe’s, Kitchener
8 – Burdock, Toronto
9 – Mills Hardware, Hamilton
15 – Mahtay, St Catharines
16 – Silence, Guelph
22 – Bar Entre-Nous, Montreal
23 – Pressed, Ottawa
29 – East Village Arts Collective, London
30 – Windsor Beer Exchange, Windsor
6 – The Garnet, Peterborough
7 – Musiikki, Kingston
13 – Grimross Brewing Co., Fredericton
14 – Company House, Halifax
15 – Trailside Cafe, Mount Stewart, PEI
March 14th, 2016
Release concerts for Super 8 are coming up! Check the CONCERTS page for full details.
March 1st, 2016
Colour Film has been selected by Canadian Music Week to play at their Discovery Series concert on Thursday March 3 in Toronto!
The show is at The Painted Lady (218 Ossington), starts at 9pm, and costs $7. Colour Film will be on at 10:30 playing songs from the forthcoming EP Super 8. For more details and the full line up, check out the Facebook event.
February 17th, 2016
On Friday April 8, I’ll release a six song EP called Super 8. This marks the beginning of something new: I’m releasing it under the name Colour Film.
Music has always had a visual aspect for me. The characters, situations, and emotions of my favourite songs come alive between my ears and dance around behind my eyelids. Kind of reminds me of watching home movies and slide shows in my grandparents’ basement. And I try to do the same thing. When writing, recording, or performing, there’s always something visual going on in my mind. Hopefully my music involves a similar experience for you, triggering a vision on your own little big screen. Maybe even sparking a flash of recognition.
For a preview of Super 8 check out the music player by the folks on the beach.