Art D'Ecco

Sun Feb 5 2023

7:00 PM (Doors 7:00 PM)

Hollywood Theatre

3123 W Broadway Vancouver, BC V6K 2H2

Ages 19+

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Live Nation presents...
Art d'Ecco
Saturday February 5, 2021
Hollywood Theatre
Doors 7pm - EARLY SHOW!

Please note that those that enter Hollywood Theatre, including ticket holders for this event, must show 2-Vaccination Passport + Gov't Photo ID.

To register for your vaccination card visit: https://www2.gov.bc.ca/vaccinecard.html
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Hollywood Theatre is located at:
3123 West Broadway Vancouver, BC
For more events and info visit: www.hollywoodtheatre.ca
Facebook: @Hollywoodtheatrevancouver
Instagram: hollywoodtheatrevan
TWITTER: @HollywoodYVR


ART D’ECCO BIO:

If I was to tell you there's a musical artist on the scene with an air of mystery and an enigmatic style, you'd of course be snapping at my heels to find out who I'm on about. From beneath dark bobbed hair and charismatic maquillaged eyes, Art d'Ecco conveys the look of a person born out of time. But Art, it seems, has found his niche - a modernity, a beguiling look and a musical style that reflect his obsessions. On stage the character of Art d'Ecco takes a stance and steps into a theatrical role with total conviction.” 
- Princess Julia Adding substance to immaculate style, Art d’Ecco’s latest creation, In Standard Definition, commands attention with every turn. Like channel surfing on an old television set, watching grainy black and white movies or flickering slideshows starring a cross section of humanity, each all-analogue vignette holds up a mirror to pop culture and explores the curiosity of entertainment. Lyrically blurring fact and fiction, it swaggers from the glory days of La La Land’s golden age to today’s obsession with celebrity and its hold over us all. Joining forces with producer/engineer Colin Stewart (Black Mountain, New Pornographers, Destroyer) in ocean-side studio The Hive, In Standard Definition sees d’Ecco packing his heftiest punch yet. Through Stewart’s vintage set up, a decoupage of authentic sounds was recorded to 2-inch tape on a 50-year-old console, forming a musical reflection of the era it evokes.

 

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    If I was to tell you there's a musical artist on the scene with an air of mystery and an enigmatic style, you'd of course be snapping at my heels to find out who I'm on about. From beneath dark bobbed hair and charismatic maquillaged eyes, Art d'Ecco conveys the look of a person born out of time. But Art, it seems, has found his niche - a modernity, a beguiling look and a musical style that reflect his obsessions. On stage the character of Art d'Ecco takes a stance and steps into a theatrical role with total conviction.” 
- Princess Julia Adding substance to immaculate style, Art d’Ecco’s latest creation, In Standard Definition, commands attention with every turn. Like channel surfing on an old television set, watching grainy black and white movies or flickering slideshows starring a cross section of humanity, each all-analogue vignette holds up a mirror to pop culture and explores the curiosity of entertainment. Lyrically blurring fact and fiction, it swaggers from the glory days of La La Land’s golden age to today’s obsession with celebrity and its hold over us all. Joining forces with producer/engineer Colin Stewart (Black Mountain, New Pornographers, Destroyer) in ocean-side studio The Hive, In Standard Definition sees d’Ecco packing his heftiest punch yet. Through Stewart’s vintage set up, a decoupage of authentic sounds was recorded to 2-inch tape on a 50-year-old console, forming a musical reflection of the era it evokes.
     
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Live Nation Presents

Art D'Ecco

Sun Feb 5 2023 7:00 PM

(Doors 7:00 PM)

Hollywood Theatre Vancouver BC
Art D'Ecco
  • Sorry, there are currently no tickets available through TicketWeb.

Ages 19+

Live Nation presents...
Art d'Ecco
Saturday February 5, 2021
Hollywood Theatre
Doors 7pm - EARLY SHOW!

Please note that those that enter Hollywood Theatre, including ticket holders for this event, must show 2-Vaccination Passport + Gov't Photo ID.

To register for your vaccination card visit: https://www2.gov.bc.ca/vaccinecard.html
__________________________________________________

Hollywood Theatre is located at:
3123 West Broadway Vancouver, BC
For more events and info visit: www.hollywoodtheatre.ca
Facebook: @Hollywoodtheatrevancouver
Instagram: hollywoodtheatrevan
TWITTER: @HollywoodYVR


ART D’ECCO BIO:

If I was to tell you there's a musical artist on the scene with an air of mystery and an enigmatic style, you'd of course be snapping at my heels to find out who I'm on about. From beneath dark bobbed hair and charismatic maquillaged eyes, Art d'Ecco conveys the look of a person born out of time. But Art, it seems, has found his niche - a modernity, a beguiling look and a musical style that reflect his obsessions. On stage the character of Art d'Ecco takes a stance and steps into a theatrical role with total conviction.” 
- Princess Julia Adding substance to immaculate style, Art d’Ecco’s latest creation, In Standard Definition, commands attention with every turn. Like channel surfing on an old television set, watching grainy black and white movies or flickering slideshows starring a cross section of humanity, each all-analogue vignette holds up a mirror to pop culture and explores the curiosity of entertainment. Lyrically blurring fact and fiction, it swaggers from the glory days of La La Land’s golden age to today’s obsession with celebrity and its hold over us all. Joining forces with producer/engineer Colin Stewart (Black Mountain, New Pornographers, Destroyer) in ocean-side studio The Hive, In Standard Definition sees d’Ecco packing his heftiest punch yet. Through Stewart’s vintage set up, a decoupage of authentic sounds was recorded to 2-inch tape on a 50-year-old console, forming a musical reflection of the era it evokes.