Sun May 26 2019
Kingston's Kasador returns during their Spring Tour + the debut of Light Rail Transit (Ex-Boy With an Atlas),

Tickets At Door
$10.00 +SC
8:00 PM
AA / Licensed
(Casbah Main Hall)

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Light Rail Transit (Toronto/Hamilton)
Kasador (Kingston)
with guests
Family of Things
Sundried Whales

SUN MAY 26 at The Casbah
8PM || LIC-AA || $10 at the door
*1st band at 8:20PM


“Light Rail Transit (LRT) is a Canadian indie pop band from Toronto, Ontario. After a year growing tighter as a unit, LRT dropped their debut EP in February, which fuses modern rock influences with more far-flung 80s synth sounds and vocal layering. The result is diverse yet consistent: frontman Riley Urquhart-Ducharme bares his city-weary doubts over guitarist Josh Mclean’s clever lead lines, while bassist Simon Marsello and drummer Luca Cicero lay a smooth, no-nonsense foundation. Expect more from the foursome in mid-2019.”

“[Their EP has] retro notes, like that of The Cure, calming melodies, 80’s synth, and rock reflections” – Emily Dunlop, Canadian Beats


Kingston-based alt-rock outfit Kasador spent their first 3 years cutting their teeth on the road, garnering attention from their engaging and high-energy live performances. Duelling vocals and dynamic guitars delivered by Will Hunter and Cam Wyatt offer depth and versatility, while Boris Baker and Stephen Adubofuor provide a strong base for the band, rooted in rock and funk.

Kasador wrote and self-produced their debut 2016 EP ‘KASADOR’, which they toured extensively through Canada and the USA. Since, the band released a follow up 2-track single titled ‘Come Get Yer Money’ in 2017. Both tracks are featured on their upcoming full length, titled ‘Brood & Bloom’ – an album written through tough times and trying to find something more positive from those experiences. Produced in part by Graham Walsh (Sam Roberts, Lights, Wintersleep) and by Rob Baker & Gord Sinclair of The Tragically Hip, ‘Brood & Bloom’ is set to release in the fall of 2019.