Our new album Home on Native Land is released next week on October 28th. Playing some shows to honour the occasion.
The Hidden Cameras are partnering with the McMichael gallery on this special month of the release of Home on Native Land. Starting on October 13, Joel takes over the social media feed of the McMichael, posting images from their collection as well as a selection from living Canadian artists in his community. The social media takeover, called “Conversations,” concludes on October 20 with a special live acoustic concert at the McMichael surrounded by Group of Seven artworks and the beautiful fall colours of the Humber River Valley.
There is limited seating, so book your tickets now. There is also a round-trip bus service available from the Gladstone Hotel.
Thursday July 14th 2016 Anno Domini – Gay Goth Scene rides again! Out of Toronto’s Hell Mouth comes… a limited edition GGS silkscreen published by Middle Path!
ADDRESS: 15 Case Goods Lane, Studio #401
6-9pm. Plus secret preview of GGS ‘zine issue 4 – anarchy and gay goth family!
We’re playing a big show at Massey Hall with Peaches on August 4th. Tickets on sale now! We’ll be playing a bunch of brand new songs.
More info here
We’re excited to announce the first show of the year! Joel will be playing an intimate solo show featuring old and new material at Pop Kultur Festival in Berlin.
“Carpe Jugular” is still making the festival rounds and is screening at Outfest on Wednesday, July 15th at 9:45 at the Directors Guild of America in Los Angeles. http://www.outfest.org/tixSYS/2015/xslguide/eventnote.php?notepg=1&EventNumber=0239
In case the short film isn’t available in your country due to geoblocking (sorry about that, it’ll be available on Monday for everyone to watch!), here’s something to make up for that: a free download of Noblesse Oblige’s remix of “Origin:Orphan”.
UPDATE: “Gay Goth Scene” is now up on YouTube for the whole world to watch:
Good news, everyone! Kai Stänicke’s short film for “Gay Goth Scene” has won the “Tadgell’s Bluebell Honor Award”, being named “Best Short Film About/For Youth” at the 16th Auburn International Film Festival for Children and Young Adults. The festival took place last week in Reading Cinemas in Auburn as well as Primary and High Schools from around the Western Sydney region. Many thanks go to the jury and all audiences!
While “Gay Goth Scene” has been shown on several film festivals throughout the year, the movie will be released online on October 4th with more details to be following very soon!