Together Pangea

Collective Concerts Presents

Together Pangea

Daddy Issues, Goodbye Honolulu, The Vypers

Wed, October 4, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm

Hard Luck

Toronto, ON

$20

Tickets at the Door

This event is all ages

Together Pangea
Together Pangea
From Los Angeles by-way-of Newhall, Pangea play poppy, snotty, shitty, fitty, punky, stunky garage-pop and roll. est. 2005
Daddy Issues
Daddy Issues
Daddy Issues has mastered the art of keeping it real. The band was originally conceived as a parody Twitter account by three close friends -- Jenna Moynihan, Jenna Mitchell, and Emily Maxwell -- who decided to turn their 140-character wit into three-minute pop songs. Thus, Daddy Issues was born. Their music lies somewhere between witchy grunge and surf glam-- kind of like what the girls from The Craft would sound like if they had opted to start a band instead of Invoking The Spirit. Their lyrics center on a young every-woman who celebrates small acts of rebellion while crushing on boys with blue hair.
Daddy Issues became somewhat of an internet sensation after they caught the ear of local label Infinity Cat Recordings, who posted their song "Ugly When I Cry" on Soundcloud. 200K hits later (and only six months after learning their instruments), the band was off to Austin, TX as an official SXSW artist. Now that they're back home, it's finally time for Daddy Issues to get physical.
Can We Still Hang is the first tape in the 2nd annual Infinity Cat Cassette Series and a punch in the face to the patriarchy. It's full of grungy earworms that take equal inspiration from Veruca Salt and Taylor Swift-- like their half-bratty, half-empowered first single, "The Bruise." Can We Still Hang pays homage to the rise of sad girl culture, without taking itself too seriously. This one goes out to all the Creepy Girls living in a Shitty World!
Goodbye Honolulu
MOTHER TO A BROTHER by Goodbye Honolulu

The boys of Goodbye Honolulu, Jacob Switzer (guitar, bass, vocals), Fox Martindale (guitar, bass, vocals), Max Bornstein (drums, vocals) and Emmett S Webb (guitar, bass, vocals) make unbelievably catchy, garage rock n' roll tunes, with an attention to melodies. Group vocals and fuzz pedals are common with these young rockers. At the end of 2015 the group released their debut record, Heavy Gold, an 8 song album produced by accomplished musician John Switzer (Jane Siberry). The band is currently recording a follow up album with producer Mike Turner (ex-Our Lady Peace guitarist). 2016 is looking promising for the band so keep your eyes and ears peeled for Goodbye Honolulu to release their second record and bring their heavy, powerful, catchy and engaging garage rock sound to a venue near you!
Venue Information:
Hard Luck
772 Dundas St. W.
Toronto, ON, M6J 1V1