SILENT BUT NOT TRANQUIL: STEVEN SEVERIN IN TORONTO
Siouxsie and the Banshees bassist and co-founder Steven Severin will be winging his way to Toronto this weekend after performing and acting as a jury member at the recently ended FanTasia Film Festival in Montreal. Severin will be performing at the Neutral club (349A College Street) this Saturday night for an evening entitled “Music for Silents,” providing a live soundtrack for the 1928 French surrealist film The Seagull and The Clergyman.
Severin will also be showing modern short films by Aura Satz, Bruno Forzani and Helene Cattett. Toronto musical artist Spacenoiz, featuring former Rhea’s Obsession guitarist and composer Jim Field, will open the night. DJ Darkness Visible will spin Retro New-Wave, Goth and Punk classics to complete the night.
Look for a DLB interview with Severin this Saturday in advance of the show.
Tickets are $15 advance available in Toronto at Neutral Lounge, Helles Belles, Eyesore Cinema, and Suspect Video, or $20 at the door. Doors are at 9 pm.