Greville Tapes Music Club celebrate Season 3 with an East Coast tour

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DenMother, Dumpster Cub, Keeper E., Pallmer, Wolf Castle and The Olympic Symphonium are hitting the road next week. 

Matt Carter

A new collection of music from the Greville Tapes Music Club has arrived. Following a series of singles released over the past few months, GTMC Season Three is now available via Bandcamp and through the usual streaming services.

To celebrate the release, all six collaborators – DenMother and Dumpster Cub, Pallmer and Keeper E., and Wolf Castle and The Olympic Symphonium – will be hitting the road for a short tour playing shows in Saint John, Fredericton and Halifax.  

Last week, the GTMC crew also released a video for the OS/WC song, Maybe It’s Nothing. Filmed and edited by Fredericton filmmaker Chris Giles, the video offers fans a window into what makes the GTMC such an alluring opportunity and a welcomed escape for musicians with beautiful coastlines, century old homes and a makeshift recording studio surrounded by natural light at its foundation. 

The GTMC is one of the most unique ongoing music projects in Atlantic Canada. Bringing together a diverse range of performers from varied backgrounds for a collaborative recording retreat, the project is as much a creative incubator as it is a source for exciting new music. Learning, sharing ideas, and building new friendships are at the core of each new season from GTMC.  And it all wraps up with the release of a new album and a tour.

Get out to see one of these shows. It’s basically an East Coast Lollapalooza, minus the fire eaters. 

Upcoming Performances: 

April 12 | Haven Music Hall | Saint John, NB | View Event
April 13 | Charlotte Street Arts Centre | Fredericton, NB | View Event
April 14 | The Carleton | Halifax, NS | View Event 

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