Sound Decisions: The Weekend’s Best Live Music

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sound decisions009We’re dedicating this week’s Sound Decisions to some of the wonderful happenings surrounding Perish – A Halloween Experience – a collection of performances presented in part by the good folks behind our city’s new spring tradition, Flourish.  It’s an eclectic weekend for sure. I think the city has set a record for the most haunted houses per capita this Halloween. They’re everywhere. But…you want to know where they’re not? They’re not at The Capital and they’re not at the ShiftWork Studio.  What WILL be happening at these two venues?  Lot’s of great music.  That’s what.


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. Continue reading…

Tupperware Remix Party + Elephant Skeletons | The Capital Complex | October 29, 2015 | 10 p.m. | $12.99 | View Event



Josh Bravener continues to channel The King with another Elvis inspired performance just in time for Halloween.  If you’ve been out to hear some live music over the past year, there’s a good chance you’ve caught a bit of JB doing his thing in one of several incarnations. #heartbreakhotelfromhell

The Hypochondriacs as Evil Elvis | The Capital Complex | October 30, 2015 | 10:45 p.m. | $8 | View Event



Four important Fredericton bands comfortably stuffed into an artist studio to do Halloween up right. It’s all ages too. Wowzers.  We could blab about this lineup for days but instead, we simply suggest you make tracks to 384 Queen Street, meet some peeps and enjoy some of the city’s best.  ShiftWork Studio – it’s like a living room – only louder.

Cellarghost+Young Satan in Love+Sex Ghost+The Waking Night | ShiftWork Studio | October 31, 2015 | 7-11 p.m. | (all-ages) | View Event


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