COVID-19 RESTRICTION

The requirements below have been requested by the artist and are fully supported by the venue and promoter.
For entry and attendance to this show, the following are required:

Proof of COVID-19 vaccination
- or -
Proof of a negative PCR COVID-19 test within 72 hrs of showtime

Thursday, Mar. 3, 2022

7:30pm Doors, 8:30pm Show

$16 ADV | $18 DOS

Presented by:
Triple D's

  • Smerz

  • Smerz

    Smerz are the Norwegian duo of Henriette Motzfeldt and Catharina Stoltenberg. Known for the “carefully shaped, deconstructed pop” (Boomkat) of their debut EP’s Okey (2017) and Have Fun (2018), Smerz seamlessly weave together techniques and sounds pulled from chamber and classical music, hip hop, R&B, and hard electronics, with the end product always resulting in something altogether uncanny. Taking their audio-visual experience across the globe, Smerz have curated performances at the Tate Modern, MOCA Geffen, MIRA Festival with Weirdcore.TV, the Norwegian National Company of Contemporary Dance and Club To Club. With Believer, their 2021 debut full-length album on XL Recordings, they formalize the boundless sonic world that started to emerge within each of their debut EP’s and in their running NTS monthly residency.

  • Ouri

    Ouri is a DJ, electronic producer and multi-instrumentalist. Hailing from South America by way of France, she produces electronic music in Montreal. Her background experience with the piano, harp and cello heavily influence her shape-shifting approach to melody and bass. Her 2015 EP Maze is a provocative experience of vivid, entrancing dance music. Aggressive, refreshing and playful, her sound is bold and self-assured. In 2017, Ouri released her debut album Superficial, a kind of laboratory where she mixes her truth with chaos. Her obsession with strong sensations, femininity and this same truth makes up the heart of this project. In late 2017, she joined force with Montreal-based singer-songwriter Mind Bath and dropped a surprise self-titled EP. The Ouri / Mind Bath EP features both tenderness and aggressiveness, and balances the femininity and masculinity of the two artists. Over the years, Ouri has easily proven that she is an artistic force. She was tapped to participate in Red Bull Music Academy’s 2017 Montreal Bass Camp where she shared studio time from some of contemporary electronic musics brightest stars. Her Boiler Room performance at PHI Centre helped make her music known to a wider range of people, on both a local and international level.