Event

Event Times

Nov 22 | 9:00 pm

Venue

eBar

Category

Music - Live

Audience

Adult

Habit, Seawater + Rose & Frosted Pits (Big Shiny Tunes 3 & 4)

Habit, Seawater + Rose & Frosted Pits (Big Shiny Tunes 3 & 4)

Doors at 9:30PM

Habit at 10PM sharp
seawater + rose at 10:45PM
Frosted Pits at 11:30PM

This show is $10 and ALL AGES

A fundraiser for the 5th year of Girls Rock Camp Guelph!
Local bands Habit, Seawater + rose and Frosted Pits are coming together for one night only at the The eBar



Frosted Pits is an ode to the very popular and super cool hairstyle of the late 90s: frosted tips. Remember this style?

 

 

Well, the founders and coordinators of Girls Rock Camp Guelph have come together to bring you the essence of frosted tips... but it pit form! Imagine your armpit hair, frosted with a shimmering yellow-blonde colour. This is Frosted Pits. This group is strictly a cover band ONLY covering select fantastic, awful and funny songs from Big Shiny Tunes 3 & 4. Remember the best and worst songs from 1998 and and 1999? They will be covered, oh yes, the will. Frosted Pits will be performing as the backing band to featured Guelph singers. Come see Frosted Pits in their ultimate glory with their best Guelph singing pals. Core members: Steph Yates, Alanna Gurr, Emma Howarth-Withers, Emma Bortolon-Vettor, Sara Bortolon-Vettor. If you think this is a joke, it's not. But feel free to laugh. FP will be joined by SPECIAL GUEST SINGERS to be announced in the coming weeks.

Seawater + rose is a two piece band consisting of Dani Heidebrecht on bass and Olexa Brisson on drums. Their music is probably best described as experimental alternative rock/punk, and their live performances are super high energy.

https://seawaterandrose.bandcamp.com/releases

Habit is a band from Guelph, ON consisting of Brock Boonstra, Dana Bellamy, and Bryndan Boonstra. Their brand of post-punk deals in abrupt dynamic shifts, alternating between spare, wiry guitar lines and expressionist splatters of noise. Their songs grapple with the drudgerous monotony and everyday violence of modern life, while their live performances are known for an austere sense of dread punctuated by moments of cacophonous catharsis.

https://habitguelph.bandcamp.com/releases