This summer, I’m going to be playing a lot of drums! Here is my summer show line up thus far:
Saturday, May 18th – Benjamin and the Howling at Synn Studios Guelph – RSVP
Thursday, May 30th – There There Indigo at Sneaky Dee’s – RSVP
Wednesday, June 12th – Ruby Randall NXNE Showcase at Czehoski
Wednesday, June 19th – There There Indigo at The Horseshoe Tavern – RSVP
Thursday, June 20th – Benjamin and the Howling at eBar Guelph
Thursday, July 4th – Benjamin and the Howling at Sneaky Dee’s – RSVP
Thursday, July 18th – Benjamin and the Howling at Tranzac Toronto
Friday, July 19th – Ruby Randall at Lee’s Palace Toronto
There There Indigo recorded a live off the floor demo of Let It Go back in October 2012. We’ve released the song on YouTube with some footage from our trip out west!
We’re back! The trip to Edmonton was exactly what we needed in preparation for the upcoming recording and release of our debut EP. Shows were played, videos were taken, whiskey was drank, and questionable decisions were made. After a few 15 hours drives through Canadian landscape, we’ve returned to Toronto. Ready to blow the lid off the Silver dollar this Monday night!
There There Indigo performing at Bohemia in Edmonton, AB.
There There Indigo is on the road! Josh’s job calls for him to take long journey’s across the country in a big shiny truck. What a perfect opportunity this provides for our band, throwing our guitar and drums in the back and having me hop in the passenger seat! We are playing some great shows, plus gathering photo and video content to add to our upcoming EPK release! So far, we’ve trekked our way though Sault St. Marie, Thunder Bay, Brandon MB and Regina SK. After the four day drive we’ve arrived in Edmonton and are ready to play our first show at New City Legion tonight!
Photo by Cody Turner
Incredible night at the Silver Dollar! There was so much energy in the room during our Toronto debut performance. Thanks to all the friends that came out!
We’ve announced our tour out west. There There Indigo will be travelling from Toronto to Edmonton, and playing around Alberta from November 4th to 11th. Dates to come shortly!
Canailles headlined the night, and blew me away. They gave an exciting interactive performance that had the whole crowd dancing! I fell in love – they’ve definately gained a new fan in me.
The Canailles during their set. (whatta babe!)
The Ontarion wrote a review on our debut Guelph show with the Rival Boys:
“Following them was the debut of There There Indigo, a two piece featuring singer/guitarist Josh Doerksen and drummer Julia Stead. The pair had been hard at work leading up to this appearance.
“Julia and I have been dying to play,” Doerksen said.
In the crowd was a kind of who’s-who of Guelph’s indie scene, including members of local favourites Your Neck of the Woods and the Humanzees, and even the music trivia host from Jimmy Jazz. Drummer Stead (actually the former drummer for Your Neck of the Woods) is a very present part of Guelph music, and for good reason – she’s an absolute powerhouse on the drum set.
Doerksen’s ornately melancholic song work was accentuated both by Stead’s expert backing but also by the use of a second microphone with spacey reverb applied to it, creating an atmospheric third dimension to the sound. Doerksen’s commanding versatility in both vocals and guitar-work paired with Stead’s equally versatile and exceptional drumming created a sound that was much larger than anyone would expect a two-piece band to create. The experience was completely unique and continually captivating. I look forward to seeing this band again and again in the future, and for everyone else to get a chance to see it for themselves.”
ROBYN NICHOLSON ON SEPTEMBER 20, 2012
See the full article here.
Guelph was good to us. Josh and I had a blast rocking out on the eBar stage! It felt great to show this city our new sound, whereas we had each been part of numerous other musical projects over the last six years.
Big thanks to Spencer Shewen and Fortnight for putting on the show. You should check out Patrick McCauley and the Rival Boys, both had amazing performances!
Music Lives, a Guelph based music media site tweeted during our performance: “Amazing
#Toronto #band @ThereIndigoBand winning over @The_eBar crowd in their #Guelph debut. #BandADay http://instagr.am/p/PqWD–AVe1/”
Photos by Rose Brokenshire
Those of you who know me well have been hearing me talk about my newest band ThereThere Indigo for the past year. We are so excited to announce our first show on September 16th at the eBar in Guelph! We’ll be playing alongside Patrick McCauley and Rival Boys!
RSVP on Facebook here! We will be launching our official website at this show, but you can take a sneak preview here.