Aa Wallace Vlt Girls 12" Release W. Jokers Of The Scene, Prison Garde

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Aa Wallace Vlt Girls 12" Release W. Jokers Of The Scene, Prison Garde
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Jokers of the Scene



After recently signing with Toronto's Culvert Music, AA Wallace released new singles in 2015 beginning with "Harlequin", an expansive nu-disco burner, followed by the darker, 80s synth inspired "Secret Name" and leading into the hook filled "VLT Girls (We Win Again) whose accompanying video is a stark tribute to Wallace's roots growing up in rural Nova Scotia. Having spent the month of March playing to capacity crowds during his residency at The Piston in Toronto, AA Wallace is growing from an insider's artist and finding his place as one of Canada's top writers and performers.


Every artist claims to defy categorization. Yet for Jokers Of The Scene, it's not a boast - it's a lifestyle.

Composed in the confines of a Toronto studio, the expansive sound of End Scene is based on decades of VHS-addled film music, new wave jams, weirdo library records, acid house bangers, selected ambient works, and warehouse jackers. Crafted for modern listening from the analog echoes of cybernetic dreams, End Scene reflects a cohesive vision for the Jokers of the Scene's intensely eclectic sensibility. This is headphone music made to move bodies, at once familiar and confounding fresh.


Prison Garde is body-centric hardware music, made for late-night movement in intimate spaces.

A project loosely-based around exploring the common themes in disconnected musics (electro, rap, nu/cold wave, gospel, soul, post punk, boogie and disco) and filtering those themes through the foundations of modern club music (house and techno specifically), the Prison Garde project is an open-door analog laboratory / party.
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By: AA Wallace