Propagandhi with The Sorels and Mobina Galore

The Park Theatre Presents:

Propagandhi with The Sorels and Mobina Galore

The Sorels, Mobina Galore

Sun · November 5, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm (event ends at 11:00 pm)


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This event is all ages

Propagandhi was formed in 1986.

Founding members Chris Hannah and Jordan Samolesky are also founding members of the G7 Welcoming Committee, which to date has released over 50 records including seminal recordings by the (International) Noise Conspiracy, warsawpack, Subhumans, I Spy, Submission Hold, Swallowing Shit, Giant Sons, The Rebel Spell and spoken word releases by Noam Chomsky, Ann Hansen and Ward Churchill.

In 1997 Propagandhi recruited The Rod from a band called I SPY. Propagandhi and I SPY had previously toured Western Canada, and released a split 10′ record together.

The band released 4 records on the American label Fat Wreck Chords until 2005 when its relationship with the label began to sour over its CEO's highly-publicized campaign to ensure that Democratic Party got a turn to totally rape and plunder the planet in the service of corporate power.

Feeling a little too much a part of the scenery, the band pulled a Peter Gabriel and stepped right out of the machinery for much of 2005, focusing band energy on volunteering and fundraising projects for groups such as Sage House, Sisters in Spirit, Middle East Children's Alliance, the Grassy Narrows Blockade, the Sea Shepherd Society, the Canada-Haiti Action Network and Welcome Place.

In 2006, the band became a 4-piece for the first time 20 years, adding David "Beaver" Guillas to the fold, whose previous posts included masterminding the legendary, meditative, experimental instrumental trio, Giant Sons, who Hannah described as "the best band in Winnipeg since I Spy called it a day".

In 2006, the band were nominated for — and actually somehow won — the inaugural ECHO Songwriting Prize for the song "A Speculative Fiction", from the album Potemkin City Limits. The band responded, "awards are like hemorroids: eventually every asshole gets one" and promptly donated the award money to the Canada-Haiti Action Network (a pro-democracy, anti-imperialist project) and the Welcome Place (a refugee support agency in central Winnipeg).

In 2007, Hannah was voted one of the Worst Canadians in History by a journal published by Canada's National History Society. He actually beat out current Canadian prime-minister/ living jack-ass Stephen Harper and notorious serial-killer Paul Bernardo. Hannah demanded a recount when it was announced he came in 2nd to former Prime Minister (and current dead guy) Pierre Elliot Trudeau.

In 2008, Chris went on sabbatical from G7 Welcoming Committee Records, meaning that for the first time in 11 years, Propagandhi would receive the undivided attention and energy the band felt the project deserved. Nine months later the band completed their 5th full-length album entitled "Supporting Caste", a 50,000 watt no-holds-barred, forward-thinking tip-of-the-hat to the giants — Voivod, Rush, NoMeansNo, SNFU, Sacrifice, Razor, Guilt Parade — that have gone before them.

In 2009, stoked beyond reason with their new tunes and line-up, Propagandhi plan to tour more than they have in their entire history with the express purpose of maligning the prevailing order(s). They are currently practicing the art of cannibalism and will soon release a cookbook of finger-licking recipes.
Mobina Galore
Mobina Galore
Mobina Galore formed in 2010 by Jenna Priestner (guitar/vocals) and Marcia Hanson (drums/vocals) and are based out of Winnipeg MB. They embarked on their first Canadian tour soon after their inception with only a dozen alternative-punk tunes in hand.
The successes of the tour lead them to Vancouver to record a self-produced 5-song EP, Skeletons in 2012 which showcased a bit of a heavier and raw edge to their sound. The album charted numerous times across Canada on College Radio Stations, reaching #1 in Kingston ON as well as Kamloops BC. During that year Mobina Galore showcased at NXNE, reached the Top 25 in CBC Radio 3’s Tracks on Tracks contest and headed on their first headlining tour of Western Canada to promote Skeletons.

2013 was a success for MG as well. They were finalist in Manitoba Songfest with their track “Hear Me Out” off Skeletons and again showcased at NXNE 2013 coinciding with another Canadian Tour. Along the way MG have played shows with Bleached, Shred Kelly, Willhorse and many other Canadian acts.

Mobina Galore just finished recording a new studio album with local producer/engineer John Paul Peters (Propagandhi, Royal Canoe, Mahogany Frog). The album is pure, emotional, punk rock written and played with love and an abundance of high energy, release date is not yet set. 2014 started with a February Mini-Tour through AB, SK and MB and the year also included/s showcases at Big Fun Festival (Winnipeg), Juno Fest (Winnipeg), Canadian Music Week (Toronto), Pouzza Fest (Montreal) and Golden Sound Festival (Golden BC). They continue to focus on planning the release of what’s going to be a huge album for the band.
Venue Information:
The Park Theatre
698 Osborne Street
Winnipeg, MB, R3L 2B9