Petra Glynt is art punk with vibrato. Political, vibrant, and full of life, Petra Glynt’s music is a full-blown assault on the senses. She will be releasing her much-anticipated album My Flag Is A Burning Rag Of Love in the fall.
Copcarbonfire is more of a futuristic, trance-inducing, urban-religious calling than your typical live performance. It is, as they describe it “frequency-based communication with telepathic purpose.”
This performance is part of our Garage Club series, which was co-curated by Peggy Hogan, a Montreal-based performing artist who under the name Hua Li, recently released the album Za Zhong. Join us for free experimental shows in the CCA’s garage. Cash bar will be available.
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