TCB presents Santa Cruz with Spiral Beach & more
July 5th, Club Lambi in Montreal, 4465 St-Laurent
Tickets available at the door!
Santa Cruz is an an art-dance-music-performance night. Surpise and/or planned performances have included FEIST, WOLF PARADE, DEADLY SNAKES, GHISLAIN POIRIER, CONSTANTINES, SPIRAL BEACH, SHOUT OUT OUT OUT OUT, CITY FIELD (ex-Flashing Lights), K-OS and the INBREDS (reunion show). You never know who is going to show up, showdown. Ladies of Burlesque, mind readers, dancers and mentalists frequently haunt these party walls. Various artists including Andre Ethier, Sandy Plotnikoff, Seth Scriver, Victoria Kent and Erin O'Hara create installation art projects.
The second last Santa Cruz (SC: Eagle Eyes) in Toronto was a scavenger hunt co-hosted with Feist. Everyone who attended received a code which opened an online map the next day. Attendees had one hour to find the X on the map to begin the hunt (the prize was $500). The Santa Cruz before that occurred on a docked ship (Santa Cruise). Every night has a different secret; every night shares a common thread.
On Saturday, *July 5th*, *Tyler Clark Burke *(founder of Three Gut Records and artist) will present *Santa Cruz *at *Lambi *with DJs Ian McGettigan and Rob Benvie (ex-Thrush Hermit); Jeremy Stewart (half of FuckDeath.org and Grey Sweatsuit Revolution), TCB and others. The musical guest will be *SPIRAL BEACH*.
Tyler Clark Burke is an artist and rabblerouser. She is active in various community initiatives and represented by Katharine Mulherin (art dealer). Her glass show Shimera was shown worldwide and reviewed across Canada. TCB shot the cover of Peaches first album (undies shot) and recently summoned Peaches for her house auction (http://www.santacruzforever.com).
Tyler Clark Burke is the "Manic and marvellous multi-tasking artiste-about-town, thrower of off-the-wall theme parties and co-founder of pioneering Ontario indie label Three Gut Records.
"Tyler Clark Burke has established herself as the bellwether of
Toronto's indiecultural scene."