East Coast and Ontario one man band loop acts tour the east coast, Ontario and Quebec

Press release provided by Jonah Haché
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Moncton-based loops and projection dance artist Jonah Haché and Peterborough doom-rap artist Garbageface are touring through the east coast of Canada this October. After travelling throughout Ontario and Quebec with a projector, some lights, some sequencers and loopers, they are bring their dual one-man band shows to New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and PEI, in what can only be described as an beat-heavy aggressive feast for the eyes and ears. 

Garbageface
is a performer that never stays in one place. One moment he could be in front of the stage, the next moment he’s sitting with you, serenading you and your partner, very loudly. Backed up by Jonah Haché on visual projections, his show is a full on gritty DIY production.



Jonah Haché is a quirky hip-hop dance performer, with thumping, butt-moving beats and light-hearted rhymes that dance on the edge of silly and thought-provoking. His entire show sequences visuals and lights that are designed to music. Jonah’s known for VJ’ing (projections) and performing east coast music festivals such as Evolve, Future Forest, Messtival, AcadieRock, Midsummer Madness, just to name a few.
(photo by Xania Keane)
 


Both artists are currently traveling through Ontario, playing with artists such as Xania, Vire, Elms, Muelkik, Deathsticks, and more, and will be hitting the east coast playing with acts such as Stephen Lewis, Foggy Swoggle and Plural.
The east coast tour dates:

October 7 - Halifax, NS - Gus’s Pub

October 8 - Charlottetown, PEI - Baba’s Lounge

October 9 - Fredericton, NB - The Capital

October 10 - Saint John, NB - Pepper’s Pub

October 11 - Moncton, NB -Plan B Lounge

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