Royal Stompbox: "Carnival Of Souls" With Live Score!

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The Royal Cinema - Toronto says
ROYAL STOMPBOX presents:

CARNIVAL OF SOULS (1962)
With live improvised music score by Alia O'Brien (Blood Ceremony), Sook-Yin Lee & Adam Litovitz (JOOJ) and Colin Fisher (Not the Wind Not the Flag). Live narration by Naomi Skwarna.

Wednesday, October 26th - 8pm
Tickets $10 Advance, $12 at the Door
Ticket Link: https://www.universe.com/rs-cos

A meeting of monstrous musical improvisers incarnate a carnival of doom. Spellbinding Alia O'Brien of the wickedly brilliant witch-rock band Blood Ceremony joins forces with feral-art-freaks JOOJ (Sook-Yin Lee & Adam Litovitz) and fearsome multi-instrumentalist Colin Fisher (Not the Wind, Not the Flag). A sonic invocation of ghosts, spirits, the living and the dead.

Carnival of Souls - a young woman in a small Kansas town emerges unscathed from a deadly drag race accident, only to take a job as a church organist in Salt Lake City. En route, she is haunted by a bizarre apparition that compels her toward an abandoned lakeside pavilion. Made by industrial filmmakers on a small budget, Herk Harvey’s macabre masterpiece follows an eerie, disorienting spatial logic that inspired the headspace of David Lynch and the living dead of George Romero.

BLOOD CEREMONY:
www.facebook.com/bloodceremonyrock
http://www.riseaboverecords.com/artists/riseaboveartists/bloodceremony/

JOOJ:
www.facebook.com/joojmusic
www.facebook.com/sookyinlee
http://lastgang.com/artists/jooj/

NOT THE WIND NOT THE FLAG:
http://www.facebook.com/joojmusic
www.facebook.com/NtwNtf
http://www.colinfisher.org/

Naomi Skwarna is a Toronto-based writer and actor. She recently performed in Birdtown & Swanville's Even This Old Town Was a Forest, and as a writer, her work has appeared in the Believer, the Globe and Mail, the Hairpin, Hazlitt, the National Post, Toronto Life, Real Life, and elsewhere: https://twitter.com/awomanskwarned
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