When Underground Means Buried
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When Underground Means Buried

2004_11_16indie.gifTonight brings an infrequent opportunity to see vids that don’t get the Much Music Ashlee Simpson treatment (ie-heavy roation). And that’s a shame, because the offerings at tonight’s 3rd annual Indie Music and Video fest promise visual treats of all varieties. Torontoist saw Pepe Deluxe’s ‘Girl’ video at last year’s WWSFF Scene and Not Heard program, and later at Resfest, but the video, a soul track that looks as if it’s being interpreted by Milton from Office Space, is worth the price of admission alone. Not that we know what the price of admission is. images.jpg
Of course, if leisure-suited losers aren’t your cup o’ tea, there are thirty-nine other videos to check out. Some CanCon musicians getting the video treatment will include Peaches, Moneen, Swank and Martin Tielli.
And there will also be live performances from the likes of Lily Frost and others. At the Reverb.

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