It is finally out! Bucketlist welcomes Indian Handcrafts to headline Bucketfest 4.0 on July 12th at Piranha Bar! Don’t miss out on this fun party featuring our friends Procycon Lotor who will do a LIVE synth wave set, Toronto’s hardcore act, Hellbent, Montreal thrash band, Chemical Way, with main support by Hamilton’s raunch n roll band, Voltang!

We will keep tradition alive with buckets of beer specials, contests and more! Stay tuned for updates! Do not miss this show it’s gonna be a banger.

DJ Lizard Queen will end the night with an 80s/90s after dance party!

Pre-sale: 15$
Door: 20$
You can purchase your tickets online here.
Or purchase them at Piranha Bar at:
680 Ste-Catherine Ouest Montreal QC H3B1C2 CA
Facebook event link: https://www.facebook.com/events/1933050810155927/


Watch “Bruce Lee” by Indian Handcrafts below.

About Indian Handcrafts:

Indian Handcrafts first formed in 2010 while Brandyn James Aikins and Daniel Brandon Allen were playing together in another band. Indian Handcrafts came together after the two realized that, as the only members in the band who got along, they would be better off as a dynamic duo. Breaking off into their own band, the pair built a sound based on a solid foundation of riff-centric sludge rock tinged with a psychedelic atmosphere, with Allen on guitars, Aikins on drums, and both handling vocal duties.

In early 2017 fellow Barrian, Leland Burmania joined the group, changing the dynamic to a trio. On May 11, 2018, the band released an EP entitled Bastard through Barrie based record company, Atrial Records and recorded with and mixed by Andrew Shropshire. Upon release, the EP was available exclusively as a cassette tape.

Be sure to check out all their music here.

About Liz Imperiale 153 Articles
Liz, founder and CEO of Bucketlist, Canada's first female-owned music webzine, is an avid lover of music and the arts who brings a rich, artistic background to every aspect of her life. As a child, she sang in a choir and has been playing keys on and off for 15 years. Liz’ musical inclinations coupled with her love of art allowed her to pursue a degree in media/marketing/design. After 20 years working in the music industry, booking raves, shows, handling promotion management, and managing artists she decided to form a webzine called Bucketlist Music Reviews. The zine was a medium for her to be able to help musicians gain some recognition that they deserved. She has taken advantage of this experience and pushed her career further in Public Relations and Social Media Management. Because of Liz’ wide knowledge and musical taste she DJs as well, blasting your favourite 80s and 90s tunes. If you find DJ Lizard Queen spinning in your town do not miss out - you may just have the time of your life.

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