Milk & Bone

Barboza Presents

Milk & Bone


Monday 3/26

8:00 pm


$12.00 - $14.00

This event is 21 and over

ADA SEATING: (not wheelchair accessible)
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Milk & Bone
Formed by Laurence Lafond-Beaulne and Camille Poliquin (both accomplished studio
and touring musicians), Milk & Bone is set to release their first album, Little Mourning,
in the US on April 21st, on Honeymoon. Made up of electronic textures and layered
synths, Lafond-Beaulne and Poliquin’s sonic universe distinguishes itself from the
electro-pop genre thanks to their perfectly-paired vocal colours. Their mesmerizing
harmonies look into the darker aspects of love, friendship and lust.
By combining their voices and talents, the two friends create electro-pop melodies that
are both dreamy and harrowing. After charming the blogosphere and international
media last year with two singles (New York and Coconut Water), the Montreal-based
duo then shared the song Pressure, which made its way to Hype Machine top songs list,
quickly reaching a million plays.
Milk & Bone’s tightly-knit bond, palpable in concert and throughout the album, is a key
part of their creative process. Lafond-Beaulne and Poliquin wrote in tandem, and their
eight songs took shape once they arrived in studio with the help of producer Gabriel
Gagnon, who also took part in the mixing, programming and the arrangements.
In the suburbs, life moves at a slower pace; routine is valued and gossip fuels the local news. Strip malls, skate parks, Arizona iced tea out of the corner store fridge – stuck in between highways.

Dizzy – a band from the suburb of Oshawa, Ontario - are three brothers - Charlie, Alex and Mackenzie Spencer and their friend Katie Munshaw, who made music to combat the anxieties of the vortex of boredom. Like anyone growing up in the digital age, the band went to basement parties, discovered social media, scraped their knees, fell in love, and felt insecure. For Dizzy, though, having the suburbs as their playground for experience encouraged them to explore music and art outside of what was right in front of them - and to create their own.

"Oshawa is dense. We all grew up in modern suburbia so there’s an arm’s length between my neighbour’s house and mine.” Said Munshaw. “Making music always stemmed from my being overly sensitive about everything, so when you’re that close to so many people you’re bound to meet the essential characters that screw you up enough to start writing about them. Oshawa introduced me to friendship and heartache and change while keeping me bored enough to sit at home and write about it.”

Dizzy pen story-songs that are reflective of coming of age in suburbia. Their first entry is “Stars and Moons” - out October 13th, 2017 via Royal Mountain Records and Canvasback – which was produced by Grammy-nominee Damian Taylor (Arcade Fire, Bjork, The Killers). Stay tuned for more music from Dizzy in 2018.
Venue Information:
925 E. Pike St.
Seattle, WA, 98122