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01 A Place To Bury Strangers
12 Dusted
11 Rituals
10 Army Girls
09 Beliefs

June 14
El Mocambo
64 Spadina Ave
9PM-2AM / 19+

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HAND DRAWN DRACULA presents the HDD 2012 NXNE SHOWCASE at the El Mocambo w/ A Place to Bury Strangers, DUSTED (feat. HOLY FUCK‘s BRIAN BORCHERDT), Rituals, Army Girls, and Beliefs. Friends, supporters, and new HDD bands!

Poster by Maryanna Hardy & James Mejia

APTBS are currently on tour in support of their ‘Onwards To The Wall” EP and upcoming “Worship” LP (June 26th) released via Dead Oceans. Look out for APTBS w/ DUSTED West Coast Tour.

After six years of constant HOLY FUCK touring, BRIAN BORCHERDT emerged with a new offering of songs, a stripped down presentation, disguised under the name DUSTED. The debut LP will come to life July 10th 2012 on Hand Drawn Dracula (Canada) & Polyvinyl (International).

// RITUALS ~ video
Lo-fi dream punk trio Rituals released a 4 song tape in June 2011, followed by their debut 7’ on Unfamiliar Records. Rituals are currently finishing their new LP for HDD, tentatively to be released this fall.

// ARMY GIRLS ~ video
Toronto two piece Army Girls released their debut EP ‘Close To The Bone’ this fall on Blocks Recording Club and are currently busy recording their first LP. Currently on a month long tour with PS I Love You.

// BELIEFS ~ video
Local Dreampop-Shoegazers (feat. Candle Recording’s Josh Korody) are working on their debut full-length.


Hand Drawn Dracula and The Drake Underground present an HDD Showcase Thursday June 17th at NXNE 2010. 4am last call!

Little Girls (12am)
Bishop Morocco (11pm)
Bad Tits (10pm)
Fields of Fur (9pm)
Rituals (8pm)

NXNE: Feature | Bishop Morocco | NOW Magazine
NXNE: A Buffet for the Ears | Bad Tits | The Star
NXNE: Must Sees | Bishop Morocco | Herohill
NXNE: Thursday Picks | Indie Music Filter
NXNE: Recommend | NXEW

“Sebastien Grainger (DFA’79, Sebastien Grainger & the Mountains) and Josh Reichmann (ex-Tangiers, Jewish Legend) create greasy, industrial disco, drizzled with danceable beats and carried by Grainger’s soulful howl and Reichmann’s rock-and-roll jangle.” – The Star