Land of Talk

TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival presents:

Land of Talk

Half Waif

Mon · June 26, 2017

Doors: 8:30 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

Imperial

Vancouver, BC

$25 (Includes all fees, service charges & taxes)

This event is 19 and over

Lounge, Will Call ticket pick up, & Day of Show Ticket sales open at 8:00pm.
Methods of payment available at venue Box Office on Day of Show: Cash, Debit, Visa and Master card.

Unless otherwise stated, discounted tickets are available before the day of show only.   

LIMITED SEATING available. Seating is on a first-come-first-served basis.

For groups of fifteen or more, accessible seating, Coastal Jazz Members who prefer not to buy online, and to reserve a seat due to mobility please call Coastal Jazz at 604-872-5200 ext 5 or 1-888-438-5200 North America Toll Free.

Accessibility Info: The main floor is wheel chair accessible, including ramps into the main theatre room as well as a main floor accessible washroom. The upper half of the auditorium is accessible, but not the lower front section.

Land of Talk - (Set time: 10:00 PM)
Land of Talk
Land Of Talk released its debut album in 2008 with the Justin Vernon (Bon Iver)-produced Some are Lakes. Pitchfork called it "steely, tightly-coiled guitar music you can see your breath in." The New York Times raved "intense yet rarely harsh," while Rolling Stone stated, "Elizabeth Powell's sultry howl is like a stiff drink: icy, not too sweet and capable of knocking you on your ass." The band’s follow-up release Cloak and Cipher in 2010 snagged 8 out of 10 from SPIN. Alternative Press called it "lovely and bewitching, Cloak and Cipher unfolds like an elegantly written novel." LOT is currently touring in support of the latest release, Life After Youth.
Half Waif
Half Waif
Nandi Rose Plunkett writes, records, and performs under the name Half Waif. Her deeply personal and engaging music reflects her lifelong endeavour to reconcile her diverse influences, including Joni Mitchell and Tori Amos, Celtic music, Indian bhajans, and the classical works of Messiaen and Debussy. This diversity results in a beautifully layered collage of electronic soundscapes, Celtic melodies, and 19th-century art music.
Venue Information:
Imperial
319 Main Street
Vancouver, BC, V6A 2S9
http://imperialvancouver.com/