Elephant Skeletons+Tupperware Remix Party | The Capital | Oct. 29, 2015
Elephant Skeletons occupy a unique territory, somewhere between darkness and light. Full-on dance vibes gently tucked beneath a veil of curiosity and mystery, like sticking your toe into a pool of sub-zero liquid yet somehow finding it as comfortable as a hug from a loved one.
The alter ego of Saint John multi-instrumentalist Clifford J. Doucette, Elephant Skeletons has spent the past year or more making butts move in clubs from Halifax to Toronto.
Self described as “a disco dance marathon. Often gritty, exploding with unexpected, kaleidoscopic bursts of circus horns, and occupying the sweet spot somewhere between Daft Punk and Beats Antique, Elephant Skeletons is the soundtrack to the party everyone wishes they knew about. Driving beats melded with klezmer brass create a sound that’s simultaneously cutting-edge-danceable and filled with serious soul.”
What’s not to love?
Elephant Skeletons will join Tupperware Remix Party in kicking off an event filled Halloween weekend.