August 13th 2018 08:00 PM - August 13th 2018 11:59 PM

BLOOM Tour Kick-off

306 King Street West, Hamilton, ON, Canada

BLOOM Tour Kick-off



“With a clear love of the early days of shoegaze (think Kevin Shields) and a romantic appreciation for all things Brian Wilson, Selkirk, Manitoba’s Bloom are the harbringers of something new in this world. They have guitars, drums and other contraptions, yes, but it’s what they do with them that sets them apart. They sing too, often over each other – a capella, like they used to do back in the day. They are “young and full of life” and subsequently so is their music, which often takes an ethereal reverbed out POP twist.”
Exclaim released my single on a mixtape that an indigenous record label ( Rpm) put out. Iskw, Moe Clark and the lead singer from weaves were also part of this mentor program I was part of . article/new_constellations_ mentees_release_mixtape_with_ help_from_dj_ndn_lido_ pimienta_iskw_and_shad
Four piece band , shoegaze and experimental music with folk elements.
@bloom_musicll on instagram 110912885632002/ 

The Casbah is proud to present the "tour-kickoff show" for Hamilton/Winnipeg dream-scaper, BLOOM ( Daniel Glen Monkman).

Doors open at 8pm. Tickets available in advance via BRUHA at beginning Aug 1st at 9am.

Here is the spectacular line-up...

“Eschaton “ ( Eschaton is an improvised noise duet comprising Aaron Hutchinson and Connor Bennett. Based in Hamilton, Ontario, their music is driven by spontaneity and a passion for improvisation. Thick textural noise contrasted with vulnerable horn expressions, Eschaton creates narrative soundscapes that breathe, bend, and distort. They have released cassettes and lathes on Hamilton labels HAVNrecords, PERDU, and Arachnidiscs and played throughout southern Ontario and Montreal.

“ Granny Smith”

Dan Edmonds
(Bio) “After releasing his critically acclaimed debut album ‘Ladies On The Corner’ over a year ago, Dan Edmonds toured extensively and built a reputation for being one of this country’s unique young voices and musical talents. “



The Casbah

The Casbah (located at the corners of King St West & Queen St North in the Central Neighbourhood of downtown Hamilton Ontario) opened it’s doors in January 2001. The debut event was none other than Seminal Pixies frontman Frank Black and his band the Catholics. The sold out concert was presented by the venue, and in association with a new local promoter who would one day become a more significant component to the Casbah as a live music club.

Ticket Information

Please note that your tickets will be email to you and attached as a PDF upon successfully registering for this event. In the event that you have either not received your confirmation email, cannot find the confirmation email, or used an incorrect email address, please contact the organizer.

All ticket holders will receive an email notification reminder 24-48 hours prior to the event's start date (this does not imply particular sessions, just the event). Your tickets will also be attached to this email.

It's encouraged to save your tickets to your phone by downloading them or taking a screenshot, however you may also print your tickets before arriving to the event.