Get some Tofu in Oyama vineyard

Enjoy some smooth, crunchy, jazzy and hip music when Nelson’s Tofu Stravinsky plays the Living Waters Organic Vineyard in Oyama Thursday.

  • Aug. 28, 2013 4:00 p.m.

Enjoy some smooth, crunchy, jazzy and hip music when Nelson’s Tofu Stravinsky plays the Living Waters Organic Vineyard in Oyama Thursday.

Listening to the soon-to-be-based in Montréal band is said to be like walking through a glowing cityscape drinking good red wine from a coke can – the beginning to a perfect night.

On stage and in the studio, the dynamic vocals of Sarah Orton are supported by the Johnny Marr-like guitar stylings of Tyler Toews and Jon Perry’s cunning synth hooks.

The band is grounded by a dance-floor-filling rhythm section composed of Quillan Hanley on bass and Edward T on drums.

Having shared the stage with two-time Juno award winner Alex Cuba, Hey Ocean! and The Tequila Mockingbird Orchestra, Tofu Stravinsky is quickly making a name for themselves.

The band’s new release, BTTRMLK, is a collection of songs blending their passion and intellect, charm and style.

Catch them as they tour B.C. on their way east.

Tofu Stravinsky plays Living Waters Organic Vineyard, 14850 Middle Bench Rd., Thursday at  7 p.m. Tickets are $10 in advance, $15 at the door. Email roxyadams@shaw.ca for info/tickets.

 

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