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Music: Peach Kelli Pop with Bummer's Eve and Black Planet

By Mike Breen · March 17th, 2014 · CityBeat Recommends
to_do_peach_kelli_pop_photo_amanda_macdonaldPeach Kelli Pop - (Photo: Amanda MacDonald)
Getting her start playing drums with Canadian Garage Pop trio The White Wires, Allie Hanlon began Peach Kelli Pop as a solo outlet for her own songwriting. Peach Kelli Pop (Hanlon does all of the recording and friends join her on the road) is a mix of ’50s Rock & Roll shimmy and Bubblegum head-bopping. Hanlon’s songs have a charm similar to Shonen Knife’s spin on classic Pop, except instead of emulating The Ramones, Hanlon’s endearing, infectious songs are presented as raw, lo-fi melody nuggets that would be right at home on a K Records 7-inch circa 1993.

Peach Kelli Pop has had music released by esteemed labels like Infinity Cat and Burger Records; on the current tour (a precursor to forthcoming road treks in Japan and Europe), fans can pick up a new single from Porchcore Records and a rarities cassette issued by Lollipop Records. 

10 p.m. Wednesday. Free. The Comet, 4579 Hamilton Ave., Northside, cometbar.com.


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