The Motorleague Need Your Help
On the last day of September, Moncton’s Motorleague released their first video from Black Noise for the infectious ‘Hymn For The Newly Departed’.
Since the release of the video, it has been added to Much Loud’s playlist and featured on the Punk Show – both nationally syndicated on Much Music. The video has also received thousands of YouTube hits.
It was shot by Moncton-based production team The Postman Group, with director Marc Savoie, only weeks prior to their latest album launch. The afternoon of the shoot was filled with close to 50 local music supporters and friends and fans of the band who came out to star in the project.
“The video really turned out to be a “who’s who” of music fans in Moncton, with members of so many great local bands in the crowd,” says Motorleague guitarist Don Levandier. “I think we’ve got members of Rebecca’s Grave, Sigil Of Aeons, Share, The Slate Pacific, Dionisus, Kamikaze Survival Guide, Fear Of Lipstick, Underleaf, Speakerscam, and Glower – so it was really overwhelming to see the Moncton music community come together so well and support the project.”
The Motorleague just finished East Coast dates with Montreal’s Priestess and Trigger Effect to celebrate the launch of the video and to support the critically acclaimed ‘Black Noise’ CD, and now they need your help.
You can help get the video into rotation by requesting it on Much Music using these easy methods:
Email Much On Demand: firstname.lastname@example.org
Email Much Loud: email@example.com
Fax: 416 591-6824
By Snail Mail: MuchOnDemand c/o MuchMusic, 299 Queen St. West Toronto, Ontario M5V 2Z5
Watch The Video On Much Loud: http://watch.muchmusic.com/video-playlists/muchloud/#clip225326
Watch The Video On YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q2HxU7Eqf4s
The Olympic Symphonium & Share Join the Skydiggers on East Coast Dates
Juno-award winning group and MapleMusic label founders The Skydiggers will head East for the first time in years and we are very excited to be joining them on a few dates around the Maritimes.
December 05: Fredericton, NB – Wilser’s Room w/ Share
December 06: Saint John, NB – The Blue Olive w/ Share
December 10: Wolfville, NS – Al Whittle Theatre w/ the Olympic Symphonium
December 12: Moncton, NB – The Paramount Lounge w/ the Olympic Symphonium
December 11: Charlottetown, PEI – The Guild w/ the Olympic Symphonium
The Slate Pacific…Touring!!
If you live in Ontario, there’s still one shows left. Go see them tonight (November 14 ) in London, Ontario, at EVAC.
Here’s a note from singer/songwriter Logan Hawkes…
“salutations from toronto. we’re two shows deep and it’s been pretty, pretty good; here’s the run down thus far:
montreal: double-booked with a poetry reading = hilariously awkward and hectically stressful set. but all things work themselves out in the end. and museum pieces were great.
toronto: new music tuesday was quite the experience. we were just there to play, everyone else wanted to get signed. weird vibe. but the venue was awesome and it sounded deadly. somehow we were the only band to get a soundcheck, so we were able to relax and have fun.
ignore the hype….
stay tuned for more.
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