Archive | September, 2015

Quantize/Meatforce with All Happy and BOSS @Wundi SEPT 29

28 Sep


Tuesday Night Noise!

Quantize and Meat Force collaboration set

All Happy
New project from Patrick of Strange Fires. First show!

New project from Doug Hoyer. First show!


Home by Midnight!


26 Sep


As part of the inaugural Nuit Blanche Edmonton festival, Ramshackle Day Parade is thrilled to present CONNECTIVITY. Created by Brendan Anderson, Parker Thiessen and Abram Hindle, CONNECTIVITY will combine elements of live performance and sound installation to reflect on the ways art is influenced by the communities and physical environments in which it is created, and on the symbiotic relationship between audiences and performers.

Performers from Edmonton’s experimental music scene will come together to create a nine hour long, continuous sound piece that will be manipulated by audience members as they experience and move through the physical space of the installation. Interactive software designed by Abram Hindle will allow listeners and performers to respond to each other and work together in creative ways to shape the sounds being produced. Through this process, artists will be forced to relinquish control over their final product and audiences will play an active role in their own experience. CONNECTIVITY will be spontaneous and ephemeral, embracing the chaos and collaboration that is so often inherent to the creative process and using these elements to create a work that is entirely dependent on its specific place and time. No two moments will be the same and every participant will come away with an experience wholly unique to them.


Ramshackle Day Parade is an Edmonton-based collective of experimental musicians and sound artists, as well as a digital record label that serves to catalogue the work of said artists. The group has been hosting regular events since 2008 and has received national attention through music review sites such as Weird Canada and Argue Job, amongst others.


Brendan Anderson
– Through the use of field recordings, found sounds, and controlled chaos, Anderson explores ways in which sound intersects with and shapes human consciousness.

Parker Thiessen
– Thiessen is a central figure in Edmonton’s underground arts scenes. In addition to being the mastermind behind Ramshackle Day Parade, he performs regularly with multiple projects and is an active film and video artist.

Abram Hindle
– Performing under the name Skrunt Skrunt, Hindle explores the soundscape of the modern desktop, the auditory aspects of bodies, gravity, and the interaction of physical simulation and synthesis.


Jenna Turner
Meat Force
Tension Collectors
Caitlin Richards
Gene Kosowan
Josh Tokarsky
Mustafa Rafiq
Owen Stratsky

September 26, 7pm – 4am
@ Quarters Arts (Boyle Street Plaza)
9538 103 A ave, Edmonton AB
Free admission

Titanium Tunnels: “starlight in a dream…”

16 Sep

get the album here

Titanium Tunnels: “starlight in a dream…”

16 Sep

get the album here


13 Sep



The Brick Quartet consists of three musicians from Montreal, Canada—Vicky Mettler on guitar, Raphaël Foisy-Couture on bass and Jacob Desjardins on drums joined on tour this fall by New Zealand saxophonist Jeff Henderson. The group stems from an impromptu recording session in September 2013, which was later released as an album titled ‘Built like a Brick Shithouse’. The music brings together sounds from jazz, European free improv, blues and western folk music with dismantled rock rhythms and jagged noise.

“It’s punch after punch under a heavy strobe, until all that’s left is a willing pulp of flesh now able to understand that there’s few musics are ferocious and independent as jazz. Those left to still call its name do so with a passion that is unmatched. Henderson, Mettler, Foisy and Lachance are but a chosen few.”
– Tiny Mix Tapes



Dave Schaefer (alto sax) joins Matt McKenzie (cello) and David Ferris (drums)!


This act is comprised of noisemakers Parker Thiessen (Bong Sample) and Sean Macintosh (Tension Collectors), who also are two members of Edmonton weirdo heroes Zebra Pulse, as well as many other great acts.


Will Scott and Myles Bartel of the experimental improv group Pigeon Breeders are joined by sound artist Scott Smallwood for this special performance.



10217 97 Street
Doors 8pm
Show 9pm

BERMUDA FEST AND RDP : Black Mold w/ Segue, Chris Dadge, Zebra Pulse and Pyramid // Indigo

10 Sep


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