Interview with Jay Pollard of Invocation TO


I interviewed Jay Pollard of Invocation TO (previously of Man Finds Fire) after INVOCATION TO & WAVELENGTH present: MUSIQUE FRAGILE – a soiree of solo performances by Constellation artists.

In the background, you’ll hear some live recordings I took from the performances by SALTLAND (Rebecca Foon) Nick Kuepfer, and Khôra (Matthew Ramolo).

Recorded at Huntclub on February 5th, 2015
709 College St
Toronto ON, Canada
M6G 1C2

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Should I post the bootleg recordings I took? :) Y/N

Tonight – Wavelength Class of 2014: Fresh Snow, MASS, Del Bel, Anamai

Looking for something to do tonight? Check out Wavelength & NeXT’s Class of 2014: A New Indie Rock Honour Roll (Pt.1) at Silver Dollar Room.  Doors are at 9pm, show is 19+, and tickets are $6. Psychedelic visuals by General Chaos and DJ Debt Load will be bookending the sets.

Fresh Snow are a critically-acclaimed Toronto band comprised of staff who work at Sonic Boom. Instrumental, expansive, space-filling, reflective. Twitter | Facebook

MASS are a post-punk/grunge band that I’m a little less crazy about, probably because I missed out on having an apathetic teenage experience and went from idiotic, immature child to idiotic, immature adult. But they might be up your alley.

Del Bel makes clustered, echoing 1930’s jazz partially inspired by old horror movies. Twitter | Facebook  For extra credit, check out this wicked rework of No Reservation (originally appearing on oneiric, 2011) done by DJ Live Action Fezz

Anamai (aka Anna Mayberry) makes beautiful, swirling, girlish folk-rock reminiscent of Little Scream. Facebook

Be cool & Facebook RSVP.

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