Half a Dino & Wild Domestic member Andrew Lennox will be participating in a panel at APK Live this Saturday (14 March 2012)
The panel is “The Next Step - Sharing & Promoting Your Music.”
As Lynne Dubuc puts it,
Panelist Andrew Lennox of Wild Domestic and Half A Dino is going to be sharing his perspective on the London music scene. As a member of the booking/promo team, Half A Dino, Andrew has helped to bring artists like Born Ruffians, Deep Dark Woods, Zeus, and Julie Doiron to local venue APK Live. Andrew’s experience with Sarnia/London based band Wild Domestic adds to his experience with promo, press, touring, etc.
Stop by and listen, there will definitely be valuable information all morning and afternoon.
It’s the year 2012. And a Friday the 13th. Who knows what will happen.
If you’re not too superstitious to leave the house, please come spend time with us at the APK Live for some great live music. To make it even easier on you - it’s only $2 before 11 PM. And trust me, you’ll want to be there before 11 PM because the bands are incredible. For your listening pleasures we have:
HANDS & TEETH - from Toronto Fresh off dates at SXSW and are still riding the waves of their awesome debut ‘Hunting Season’
KIDS & EXPLOSIONS - from Toronto Josh Raskin does intense mash-ups coupled with out of this world visualizations behind him. He’s been here before, he wowed everyone and he’s coming back to get some bodies moving
PAPERMAPS - from Toronto Papermaps are a pop-rock band on a mission. In 2011 they toured behind their debut ‘Papermaps’ and played CMJ Music Marathon in New York City, and two showcases at Halifax Pop Explosion
TBD - from London Yes TBD is the band name, it is NOT an acronym. Everyone knows APK Live’s owner MARC GAMMAL, but did you know he’s in a band? Come and see our resident playboy, badass, and heartthrob Marc along with his band mates in TBD, play their first show at the bar
8 PM 19+ $2 before 11, $5 after
3/4 of the bands are from out of town so let’s show them a good time. Also, aren’t most people finishing school by then? We should all be out celebrating anyways.