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Everybody Left, Banyan Tree, Blackwood Kings @ Felicita's Pub Nov 5 2012 - Oct 23rd @ Felicita's Pub

Event Archive - Everybody Left, Banyan Tree, Blackwood Kings

Mon. November 5th 2012 Felicita's Pub Victoria BC (No Minors)
8:30pm - 1am doors at 8pm
Presented by: UVIC Ska/Reggae Club, Victoria BC Ska and Reggae Society
In case you haven't heard the good news, on September 12th the first ska and reggae club in the history of the University of Victoria was born! Now with more than 100 members already signed up, a kick-off party is in order.

As a part of Felicita's Free Island Band Mondays, the UVic Ska and Reggae club is proud to bring you a free show featuring some of the best music in the local scene.

Everybody Left play a Left Coast/Dirty Pop with a reluctant Reggae/Post-Ska/Bluesy sound. Their ongoing mission: to bo
ldly and successfully venture into the new music frontier of the 21st century. Although they've put their band on the back burner for the time being they're just resting... ready to lay it down for their fans once again. Everybody Left have played at different events such as V.I.C Fest and Victoria Ska Festival. Their music is known outside ska/reggae circles as their hit "Down for the Ride" continues to enjoy heavy rotation on radio stations such as The Zone @ 91.3FM.

Support for the show will be provided by Banyan Tree and Blackwood Kings.

Everybody Left (Indie/Dirty Pop/Reluctant Reggae)

Everybody Left is a unique six-piece from Victoria, BC. EL has been self-producing their post-ska indie-rock for just over a decade and most recently released their Season Two LP in 2016. The band blends an eccentric mix of influences and styles to provide a sound that is fresh yet familiar to audiences. Everybody Left also has deep connections to ... more info

Blackwood Kings

Now five years into their lifespan, Blackwood Kings has proven to be one of the more unique bands to pop up in the Victoria BC scene. In spirit and ethos, they’re a punk band, but while contemporaries may lean towards buzz-saw-distorted guitars and shouted vocals, Blackwood Kings favour the reverb-laden upstrokes of ska and dub, producing a polit... more info