Thursday, April 19, 2007


Z-Trip - May 17 - Starlite Room, Edmonton, AB

Subterranean Sound, Foosh, Black & White, Jeepney Clothing and Brent Oliver presents


With Degree, Shortround & Echo, Agent Orange and Sweetz

Thursday, May 17
Starlite Room
Edmonton, AB
18+ Doors at 9pm

Z-Trip is one of the biggest DJs of our time. Doing over 100 shows a year, every year, he is also known as the founding father of the mash-up movement. His early independent releases have become highly sought after collectibles. Uneasy Listening fetches as much as $500.00 on eBay.
No other DJ can claim playing to 500,000 people opening for the Rolling Stones in Toronto, playing the Bonaroo main stage to over 70,000 people 2 years in a row, in addition to headlining a tent at Coachella twice. He's also been busy around the world doing the Good Vibrations Festival in Australia 2006, as a headliner. All of this in addition to his US and international headlining sold out shows, and multiple club residencies.

Tickets on sale today (April 19/07) at 10 am at Ticketmaster, Blackbyrd, Listen, Foosh, Treehouse, Soular & Colourblind

Choke - THE FINAL SHOW - June 9 - Starlite Room

Starlite Room & Brent Oliver presents



With Ghosts of Modern Man & many, many more

Saturday, June 9
Starlite Room
Edmonton, AB
18+ Doors at 8pm

After thirteen years of blood, sweat, and forty-hour drives, Smallman Records stalwart, Choke, has announced their final tour. Beginning May 2 Choke will be hitting the road for an extensive good-bye tour that will take them across Canada from Moncton, NB, to Victoria, BC.

This June 9th performance at the Starlite Room, will be the very last.
Critics and fans alike have praised Choke for their incomparable, innovative, and experimental approach to post-hardcore and punk. Intricately layered, complex and technical, Choke’s sound managed to remain distinct and original throughout their entire discography.
Originally forming in 1994, Choke released Lotion in 1995, followed a year later by Give’er.

Choke signed to Smallman in 1997 after sending a cassette that had been lodged under the seat of their car for what must have been months. Crinkled, covered in mud and barely audible, that cassette was enough to seal the deal and Smallman released Needless to Say in 1998. Foreword followed in 1999, There’s A Story to this Moral in 2002, and Slow Fade OR: How I Learned To Question Infinity in 2005.Now, thirteen years later, this seminal force in Canadian punk has sadly come to an end.

Tickets go on sale today at 10am at Ticketmaster, Blackbyrd, Listen, Foosh, Treehouse, Soular & Colourblind

Get them for this final farewell from one of Canada ’s best bands.

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