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Coastline Pilot, Amble Greene, Kin Kanyon, Patrick Kinch

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1489 East Hastings Street
Vancouver, British Columbia

Magnetized Productions Presents: Coastline Pilot, Amble Greene, Kin Kanyon, Patrick Kinch + Ghost and Special Guest DJ Val, Saturday, March 21st at The Waldorf, 1489 East Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC. Doors @ 9pm, Show 9:30, Cover $10 Adv, $13 @ Door

Coastline Pilot is a four-piece Canadian indie rock band from Vancouver, British Columbia. Fronted by twins Thomas and Leo Tesan, bass player Chad Devlin, and drummer Connor Morley, Coastline Pilot is high energy garage band with apparent musical influences in classic rock and the blues. The band has put much time and effort into perfecting their craft, and with a steadily growing fan base, it seems as though the hard work is paying off. Their latest addition of Connor Morley on drums has seen the band develop a more complete and mature sound.

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Amble Greene is an open source Art/Music project that leaves plenty of room for creativity and collaboration with other artists and professions. Right now it consists of a one man show, or a 3 man band, depending on the Venue. Amble Greene was named after the neighbourhood Cam grew up in whilst attending elementary school, each spring you could see the cherry blossoms pop up everywhere, it was very beautiful, and idyllic looking, he describes. Theres that certain spin of english about the name, which only adds to truth, most of his music is inspired by British 60s, and 70s pop/rock acts.

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Stitching the gap between folk rock, power pop, soul, and psych one hook at a time. The Vancouver based band consists of Dan Rocque (Guitar, Vocals), Ben Fox (Bass, Vocals), Matt Harvey (Guitar, Vocals), and Brian Gunnigan (Drums). Their wide range of influences has shaped a unique sound that blurs the line between genres, leaving people with a taste of familiarity, but navigates new territory as they explore various tones, changes, harmonies, and widely varied dynamics – See more at: Kin Kanyon Debut EP Stitching the gap
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In a time of nostalgic clicking of the links its not hard to get stuck in the past while looking towards the future. Patrick Kinch is sometimes a little rough but has found a way to bring a gentle poetry in simple songs and old finger picking style. He just wants to make it to the corners of every town and city and spread his midnight sound for everyones ears. Playing for several years a youthful old soul looking to the road, he is sure to bring reminiscence on a rainy night and a friend on the walk home in the deep snowy nights of forest towns throughout this vast Canadian landscape.

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