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Amelie et les singes bleues/Pachedub Collective

  • Drom taberna 458 Queen Street West Toronto, ON, M5V 2A8 Canada (map)

5:30pm Amelie et les Singes Bleues

Cutting their musical teeth on Toronto’s club scene, ALSB built a following reinterpreting French classic as seen through a kaleidoscope of other influences. Edith Piaf sitting in with a slow jam rhythm section, Jacque Brel having a bar brawl with Tom Waits… this is the sound that the band has been celebrated for – and won awards for, including the prestigious Coup De Foudre 2012 and Coup de coeur des Médias Trille Or 2017. It is a sound that has thrilled audiences across Canada.

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9pm Pachedub Collective

Pachedub Collective is a band from Queretaro, Mexico. Playing since 2012, their first EP was released on 2013 which weaves root rhythms into a wild fusion of rocksteady, cumbia and free jazz.

As an independent group, the band has played around many mexican cities, including tours around Oaxaca bays and beaches; a special concert at “La Pila” State Prision in San Luis Potosí; and sharing the stage in Festivals with both local and international acts such as Antidoping, Viento Wirikuta, Salón Victoria, Lengualerta, Colectivo Casa Verde, Gondwana, Aux Matanshi, Los Aguas Aguas.

Jorge Morán Estrada (lead singing)

Rogelio Vargas (lead guitar),

Abraham Corbella (piano and keyboards),

Mario García (drums),

Samuel Flores (percussion)

Alberto Tovar (bass guitar).

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