NEWS: Alex Cameron, Quiet Parade & Take Part play Gus' Pub

Berserker Lion Presents...

Alex Cameron 
w/ Quiet Parade and Take Part

Sunday, July 8th
Gus’s Pub

10:30pm
$6

Ah, Sunday nights. A night to sit down, relax, enjoy a quiet evening...BAH! No way!! That’s for old fogies, and you’re not BORING are you??? I didn’t think so. So, get off your ass and come enjoy some sweet music and some tiny beers. Don’t worry, we’ll let you sit down..

Alex Cameron - http://alexcameron.bandcamp.com

When an artist comes face to face with a dark storm, clouds brew over their head. Thunder crashes through their thoughts. Often they’re buried, away from the world, with no creativity to give. No way of climbing out. Alex Cameron, though, was able to rise above the dirt, finding his therapy in songwriting - and now the sky is brighter and more colourful than it has been in a long time!!

After years of experience singing Latin, R&B, Funk, Rock and Reggae all over the province, Alex has found his sound, and his heart, in his own writing. His first EP, Writer’s Block, is a refreshing, heartfelt, hard hitting set of reflective, poetic tunes that emerged from a post-educational burst of creativity. Inspired by the works of Hey Rosetta!, Stevie Wonder and Feist, Alex has been able to master his blend of soulful vocals with his love of Indie-Rock.His first EP, Writer’s Block, is a refreshing, heartfelt, hard hitting set of reflective, poetic tunes that emerged from a post-educational burst of creativity. Inspired by the works of Hey Rosetta, Stevie Wonder and Feist, Alex has been able to master his blend of soulful vocals with his love of Indie-Rock.

Take Part - http://www.reverbnation.com/takepartinthis

Hailing from the Dark Side of the Harbour, Take Part are a beacon of hope in an otherwise war-torn Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. With their catchy guitar driven hooks, infectious melodies, a ménage a trois of vocal harmonies, and a booming rhythm section, Take Part aren’t the band Dartmouth deserves, but they are the band Dartmouth needs right now.

Quiet Parade - www.quietparade.com

Once a member of the East Coast powerhouses such as Sleepless Nights and The Establishment, Trevor Murphy takes a step back into a more reserved atmosphere with his project Quiet Parade.

Mixing elements of pop-rock songwriting with unabashed lyrics, Quiet Parade's bleeding-heart alt-folk music channels bands such as Low, Hayden and Sun Kil Moon as well as the influence of artists/producers such as Elliot Smith and Phil Spector alike.

Recorded in a cabin on a lake in Yarmouth County over five days last summer with producer Daniel Ledwell (In-Flight Safety, Jenn Grant, Share), Quiet Parade's new album, Please Come Home (We Hate It Here Without You) is the most stripped down and heartfelt effort from Murphy to date.

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