Drawing A Blank

Drawing A Blank cover

Flickershow’s first full-length recording – Drawing A Blank.

Available on iTunes

Buy it on CD from Silverbirch Productions


C’est What?

Still from the 'Invincible' videoThe video for “Invincible” is currently being edited together, and it’s looking pretty darn cool! Our launch party is slated for June 24th.

And meanwhile, another first for us: we’ll be opening for the Shoeflies at C’est What this weekend! The ‘Flies are always a blast, and we’re really looking forward to playing with them at one of Toronto’s best-loved venues for indie music. The fearless Mr Clark Allore will be doing double duty, playing with both bands.

All this plus great food and some of the best beer in town. We hope you can join us!

Posted Sunday 15 May 2005.

We are… Invincible!

Still from the 'Invincible' videoA huge thanks to everyone who came out for the filming of the “Invincible” video. It was a complete riot: seven cameras and dozens of people crammed into our director’s tiny bachelor apartment. Special thanks to the folks who were brave enough to get into costume… and you’ll find out who those were when you see the video!

To everyone who worked on the technical side - our DOP, camera and lighting crews, art director and caterers - you all rock. And thank you to our director Remi, who conceived of doing the video, convinced us it was doable, and did so much of the legwork.

The film is developed and currently in the editing room. Meanwhile, check out the stills and “Making Of…” photos on our Pictures page!

Posted Sunday 10 April 2005.

The saddest song in the world?

The Naked Critic, a Toronto-based writer/reviewer/comic, ran a contest this winter to find the Saddest Song In The World. Someone (thanks Meese!) nominated Flickershow’s "Still Life" - and we’re pleased to announce that we made the finals, along with the heartrending likes of Blue Rodeo and Harry Nilsson. Who was the big winner? Read on…

Posted Thursday 24 February 2005.

Now with 50% more musicians!

The next Flickershow gig is coming up on Saturday January 8th at the Renaissance Café - that’s on the Danforth, just west of Woodbine. What’s so special about this particular show you ask? Well, our second set will debut our new drummer Clark Allore! That’s right, holy crumbs, duo turns trio and rocks out poppily in style! Also, our good friend David Hein will be playing, and it’s also his birthday, so it’s sure to be a blast. Rounding out the evening is Snoovy! Snoovy? That’s right, Snoovy, a superlative songstress—kind of a grand dame of groove, actually.

Saturday 8 January 2005
The Renaissance Café
1938 Danforth Ave (west of Woodbine)
show starts at 8 pm - $5 or pay what you can

Yowza, we’re really excited about the show, and would be even more excited if we saw you folks there. So come on out, bring your friends, and get swept away.

Posted Saturday 22 January 2005.


TO-nite cover"...Flickershow had me hanging on every chord."

The October 21st issue of to-nite, the local entertainment guide, features a front-page writeup about Flickershow! Check it out on our Press page.

Shows this month:

Friday 22 October 2004
with Saveface and Susmita De
The Renaissance Café
1938 Danforth Ave (west of Woodbine)
show starts at 8 pm - $5 cover

Sunday 24 October 2004
with Nigel Barnes and This Crooked Mile
Holy Joe’s
651 Queen St West, at Bathurst
doors open at 7:30 - $8 cover

Posted Saturday 23 October 2004.
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