DSTNCE: Season 1, Episode 2 with esc. (The Escapes)

Join us on September 12 at 7pm for DSTNCE: Season 1, Episode 2 featuring esc. (The Escapes)!

esc. (The Escapes) have a jazz-pop sound that is fresh yet nostalgic at the same time, influenced by artists like Prince, Hiatus Kaiyote, Ariana Grande, and Charlie Puth.
The quintet consists of Isobel Ralph, Max and Rhett Cunningham, Keely Rammage-Scott, and Jack Wells. While all members are from South Surrey, they have been steadily taking the Vancouver music scene by storm with their colourful appearance and incredibly hook-filled songs.

esc.’s uncanny ability to mix genre and feel has led to acclaimed reviews from some of Vancouver’s favourite music media channels. Pacific Sound Radio said that esc. is “leading a funk pop jailbreak” and it has to be the grooviest jailbreak of the century.

esc. is currently working with Canadian record label 604 Records for their upcoming release(s).

We will be sending you a personalized link on the day of livestream for you to gain access to the online concert with esc.

Website: https://www.theescapesband.ca/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheEscapes/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/esc.band/
Bandcamp: https://theescapesband.bandcamp.com/

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Daniel Lapp

Daniel Lapp is collaborating with the young and talented pianist, Emmett Hodgins for a live, online set of BC Fiddle Tunes and stories. After his first tour of Scotland and the Shetland Islands with Spirit of the West 30 years ago, Daniel came home to BC and started collecting original BC fiddle tunes. On July 15, you can hear some of the over 1000 tunes live, online for the very first time. Daniel will also share stories of the composers who come from all corners of the province – welders, teachers, fisherman and farmers who have created the world’s youngest fiddle tradition over the past 100 years.

Madison Olds

Join Madison Olds, pop artist, as she delivers an acoustic performance of her current music. It wouldn’t be a surprise to see her father pop in for a song and join her on cajon or trumpet.

Wish You Were Here hosted by Cassandra Maze

Wish You Were Here is a virtual song circle streaming every Sunday at 2pm on Facebook Live. Join Cassandra Maze and 3-4 more spectacular artists for an afternoon of live music, chit chat and just an overall ah maze ing time:)

We really wish you could be here, but while we’re all socially distanced, this is the next best thing! Find a comfy chair, pour yourself a cup of something good, and let us serenade you.

What do you need? Simply a Facebook account and the link (http://fb.com/wishyouwereherelive) to watch us go live. Please “like” the page for updates and to get notified whenever we are going live!

This week’s ah maze ing lineup:
Adam Bailie
Jake Touzel (http://facebook.com/jaketouzel)
Jess Vaira (http://facebook.com/jessvaira)

Kristin Witko’s Kings & Queens of Karaoke

In quarantine, there are few things art-pop performance artist Kristin WItko misses more than “the simple dumb triumph of rocking a karaoke bar hard with friends.” So for her IG Live even, Kings and Queens of Karaoke, she’s going to try to channel that energy all alone. By singing along to (licensed) karaoke tracks (including her own) on Instagram Live, she’ll create a space to feel her feels around that complex state of “being alone, together” that we’re all in. Like with any karaoke night, things will get loose, they’ll get weird, they’ll get silly, and they’ll get unrepentantly triumphant.