Too Soon Monsoon, The Pits, Planet Earth and Dylan Cooper
Friday, October 18, 2019 at 10pm

Saskatoon’s Too Soon Monsoon is celebrating their 3 Year Band Anniversary (and 1 year Declan-niversary) at Amigos Cantina with special guests The Pits Planet Earth (Red Deer) and Dylan Cooper and the Smokers (Saskatoon).

Friday, October 18, 2019
19+ w/ Valid ID, $10
Physical tickets available at Amigos are cash-only with no service fees.

COME EARLY & STAY LATE! $3.75 highballs/$6 doubles + $4.50 Boh from 9-10pm & 1-2am. Self-serve water station available for a responsible evening!

Listen to the recently released debut full-length album from Too Soon Monsoon here on the platform of your choice using this link:

TSM has recently started writing new music and will be sharing some new sounds in 2020. Perhaps you’ll hear some brand new songs at this show. The group will be taking time after this show to focus on writing, so be sure to grab tickets to see the group in concert before their winter hibernation.

Too Soon Monsoon
With nods to influences like Jack White, Fleetwood Mac, Metric, and Fiona Apple, Too Soon Monsoon creates a fresh sound by fusing elements of alternative-pop and rock. The band’s debut full-length album, inspired by the South Saskatchewan River, carries listeners on an emotional journey while exploring themes like growing up, love, loss, interconnectedness, and slowing down to appreciate nature and art. TSM put out two EPs in 2017, performed at festivals like Sasktel Saskatchewan Jazz Festival, Breakout West, Ness Creek Music Festival, Winterruption, Big Winter Classic, toured across Western Canada and opened for bands such as PVRIS, Mo Kenney, Busty and the Bass, Wide Mouth Mason, and Scenic Route to Alaska. Too Soon Monsoon’s debut full-length album: “Waves – We Provide What We Absorb, We Absorb What We Provide” was released on May 3, 2019.

The Pits Planet Earth
A sound contorting intergalactic dance party on stage built of electric guitar, synthesizers, electronic and real drums, bass and three part vocals.

The band you can listen to on the way to the party, at the party, before you go to bed and when you wake up. It is an uplifting and thought provoking project that includes tales of space, love, tragedy and the faults of humanity. If The Killers, Mother Mother, Death Cab for Cutie, Arcade Fire, The Mars Volta and The Naked and Famous fell into a giant’s blender, the sweet satisfying smoothie created would be The Pits.

Dylan Cooper and the Smokers
Dylan Cooper is a singer songwriter from Saskatoon and Baker Lake, Nunavut. His songs contain themes of love stemming from his experiences in both his homes. His guitar playing is complex and melodic, while his songs are emotional and guitar driven. Inspired by Mississippi John Hurt and My Morning Jacket, his songs and humour will welcome you in as if standing in his very own kitchen.