EE & BDTC Present: KEIJI HAINO, October 9th @ The Jam Factory, Toronto

EE in co-operation with BURN DOWN THE CAPITAL presents KEIJI HAINO
Tuesday, October 9, 2018
KEIJI HAINO
Brian Ruryk

@ The Jam Factory (2 Matilda St)

8pm
$20 Adv at Rotate ThisSoundscapes & Ticketscene
$25 Door
All Ages
Co-Presented with Burn Down the Capital
KEIJI HAINO (https://keijihaino.bandcamp.com)
Japanese avant guitarist and noise legend returns to Toronto for an obviously-not-to-bemissed performance. Extreme guitar mastery piercing tones, heavy shredded chords, busted walls of noise. Don’t sleep on this heavy hitter!BRIAN RURYK
Toronto avant garde anti-legend Brian Ruryk is easily one of the city’s best kept secrets, Ruryk has been manipulating the concepts of sound since the 80s. Free jangled guitar notes spray over a live collage of junk percussion & chaos. Tape samples squeal out amongst herky jerky clatter of Ruryk’s eclectic set up. Much like the coming together of puzzle pieces in a way in which they do not fit, then experiencing the process in which the puzzler, instead of sorting the pieces, just cuts & mangles them to create a new image.

See you tonight! Here’s some important info!

The gate will open at 5 PM today, and at noon on Saturday and Sunday! Tickets will be available at the gate.

Some things to remember:

  1. This is a cash-only event!
  2. Bring your drinking water, flashlight, your warm clothing for nighttime, your rain jacket or umbrellas, sunscreen, bug spray, hygiene products, tent, sleeping bag, bathing suit, and towel (for swimming at beaches in Meaford).
  3. THERE ARE NO FIRES or OPEN FLAMES PERMITTED.
  4. Cars go in the parking area, and tents go in the marked-off camping areas. Signs will direct you. If you are confused, ask gate staff for clarification.
  5. You are expected to be respectful to those around you. Among other things, that means:
    No racism
    No sexism
    No homophobia
    No transphobia
    No body shaming
    No ableism
    No violence (including sexual and emotional violence)
    Yes respect
    Yes you

 

Preliminary Lineup Announced + Pass Price Increase on Sunday!

Here’s our preliminary lineup announcement! Headliners + DJs + installations TBA! Tickets go up in price again on Sunday, so get yours while they’re cheaper than they will be!

Apetechnology (Detroit)

Aquarius (Montreal)

Bobbypin (Toronto)

Cares (Toronto)

Cedric Noel (Montreal)

Eyeballs (Toronto)

glassEYElashes (Hamilton)

Greydini (Toronto)

Lary 7 (New York City)

Lavender Bruisers (Toronto)

Melody McKiver (Sioux Lookout)

Open Fortress (Montreal/Toronto)

Ora Cogan (Montreal)

Pantayo (Toronto)

Petra Glynt (Montreal)

Phèdre (Toronto)

Pink Noise (Montreal)

Sages (Meaford)

Sonic Luz (Vienna)

Tess Roby (Montreal)

YlangYlang (Montreal)

Submissions for EE 13 (August 3-5, 2018) are now open!

Submissions for the 2018 Electric Eclectics Festival (August 3-5) are now open. 

From now until 11:59 PM EST on January 15th, submissions are open! We are accepting submissions from musicians, performance artists, installation artists, DJs, and filmmakers.

Please fill out the form on our submissions page with a short bio/project description, and links to relevant materials (i.e. your website, Bandcamp, Soundcloud, YouTube, Instagram, etc.). It is not necessary to make use of all link fields, but please submit at least one link to your material. If you feel you need to include more links, feel free to include them in the text of your project description.

Successful applicants will hear from us by mid April. Please note that due to the high number of submissions, only successful applicants will be contacted.

Gate Opens @ 5 PM on Friday! Tickets Available!

The EE gate will be operational on Friday at 5 PM! It will also be open from 11 AM until late on Saturday and Sunday. Tickets will be available at the gate! $95/ weekend and $50/ day, but you can buy discount passes up until late morning on Friday through our Tickets page!

DISCOUNT DAY PASSES NOW AVAILABLE!

Howdy, all! We’re only two weeks out at this point. Discount day passes are up now, at the same price as last year ($40). This represents a $10 savings over gate price, and gets you 1 day of all the stuff that happens at the festival, including 1 night of camping!

Weekend passes are currently $70 (a $25 savings over the gate price), and include the full 3 days and nights, with camping. On July 24th, these passes will go up $5 in price, so get yours ASAP!

Of course, for those who don’t mind exchanging a little volunteer work for a free weekend pass, we still have some volunteer spots open! Head over to the volunteer page to see about those.

Full schedule of performers will be released next week, too!