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Indian Giver | Tunnel Vision | Taupe
Indian Giver | Tunnel Vision | Taupe

Sat, Jun 08


The Rock House

Indian Giver | Tunnel Vision | Taupe

LV14 presents Indian Giver (ON), Tunnel Vision (NL), Taupe (QC) at The Rock House.

Time & Location

Jun 08, 2024, 8:30 p.m.

The Rock House, 8 George St, St. John's, NL A1C 1H7, Canada

About the event

**PRIORS will sadly not be able to attend this year. Taupe has joined the bill in their place. 

LV14 presents Indian Giver (ON), Tunnel Vision (NL), Taupe (QC) at The Rock House.

Doors 8:30pm / Show 9:30pm / $20 / 19+

Indian Giver is a hardcore band that comprises indigenous artists from Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal. Their music is as urgent as the issues still facing indigenous communities. Indian Giver's message is straightforward - they aim to promote reconciliation through reclamation. They seek to reclaim the spaces of punk, hardcore, and metal which have been predominantly dominated by white artists and audiences for decades. The term "Indian Giver" was once regarded as a derogatory term. However, the band is using it to hold a flame and provide clear instructions to reclaim all that has been lost or stolen by colonialism.

Tunnel Vision are a four piece hardcore band based in downtown St. John's. Playing loud and fast since 2021 you can find tunnel vision on the third floor jam room of prescott every saturday night.

For fans of 6/8, melodic riffs, back-and-forth vocals, etc; Taupe is a new guitar band from Montreal.

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