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Founded by Damian Lebiedzinski and Peter Rahul in January 2014, the Analog Preservation Network strives to revitalize analog aesthetics with a journalistic lens. APN documents live events, engages in visual experiments & generates quality programming for a universal audience.
APN is proud to host LINE IN, an open screening for emerging video artists. Work will be screened on a first-come-first-screened basis.
VIDEO DROP OFF : 7PM
SCREENING : 8PM
10 MINUTE MAXIMUM!
16mm projector courtesy of Emily Waknine
8mm projector courtesy of Shauna Jean Doherty
This event is a specially scheduled program as a part of PRECURSOR: the Analog Preservation Network's 2-week residency at the Drake Lab.
All tickets can be redeemed at point of purchase
Known for getting crowds off their feet, local favourite DJ Your Boy Brian seamlessly blends all genres into a feel-good party mix. Part of the More Proof collective, DJ Your Boy Brian takes having fun very, very seriously. Check out his mix from the White Light Series before stopping by the Lounge for a night of carefree fun.
DJs Patrick McGuire and Famou$ Players play sweaty R&B anthems from the 90's to the 10's. All your old favourites, new favourites and soon-to-be-favourites.
Los Angeles, CA—Harper Simon has announced plans to embark on a summer tour beginning in August, that will include a string of dates in major cities including San Diego, CA, Los Angeles, CA, Brooklyn, NY and Toronto, ON. The tour will continue to support Simon's critically acclaimed sophomore album DIVISION STREET which released in the US on March 13th to critical praise.
DIVISION STREET was hailed by Rolling Stone as "pop-rock that stands on its own and then some" and People Magazine as "dreamy." The 10-track album set was produced by Simon and Tom Rothrock (Elliott Smith, Beck), and was recorded with a small coterie of guest musicians—including Pete Thomas from Elvis Costello's Attractions on drums, Nikolai Fraiture from the Strokes on bass, vocals by Inara George, Benmont Tench of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers on synths, as well as Nate Walcott from Bright Eyes and Wilco's Mikael Jorgensen.
Precursor is a preliminary study into a new dimension of visual stimulation, and the focus of Analog Preservation Network's Drake Lab residency, which will run from August 11 to 25.
APN has come together to construct an experimental multi-layered screen interface for live analog projections. This platform will become the space for visual experimentation and performance enhancement. Musicians, dancers and artists will be invited to the Drake Lab to collaborate in the production of performances that incorporate interactive lighting and visuals within the Portable Analog Laboratory.
With APN's Aug 11-25 residency coming to a close, stop by to sing some tunes and experience the APN's Portable Analog Laboratory in action as the collective celebrates the end of their residency.
Residents DJ FASE & DOUGIE BOOM throw a no-holds-barred, anything-goes, sky's-the-limit, all-out dance-a-thon. They'll play hits and not-so-hits, jams old and new -- whatever is fun and is gonna make you move.
Come out and party like you just don't care.
Every Sunday morning to afternoon, our very talented staff host the Timberlost + friends mini market. There are beautiful flowers from Timberlost, with rotating wares ranging from stationary to street art.
Join us for Sky Yard Sundays complete with brunch, booze + a ton of fun in the Sun(day).
Make your weekend last longer with Drake's Sky Yard party and fuel up with a late brunch or refreshing Coronas; to ensure that you can dance all day to the sounds of our weekly live DJs from 4PM-8PM.