UKULA rocked VFEST and hosted an exclusive after-party with guests from Metric…
September 14, 2007 Business News(PRLEAP.COM) Toronto, ON – September 14, 2007 – This past weekend, UKULA hosted the cities hottest V-Fest after-party with a performance from Scottish indie-rockers, The Cinematics (www.myspace.com/thecinematics) who also performed at V-Fest earlier that day. The mayhem took place this past Sunday, September 9th at 10pm at the UKULA Boutique, and hosted some of V-Fest's top headliners such as: Emily Haines from Metric with her band in tow, Stars, The Killers, Jamie-T from Manchester, Louis XIV, and even a few of the members from the Smashing Pumpkins showed up to celebrate as well.
"We were thrilled to have had such an amazing turn-out this weekend," said Graeme Maclean, co-founder and co-owner of UKULA. "The Cinematics put on a great show and everyone had an incredible time. It was nice to see a breaking band like The Cinematics play such an intimate space with such a high profile audience. This is what we strive to do."
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About UKULA: Founded in 2003, UKULA – the company – publishes a unique, grassroots, arts and culture quarterly magazine distributed in Montreal, Toronto, and soon to be available in NYC. Co-founders Graeme Maclean and Kevin Renton started the company by hosting wildly popular DJ nights in Montreal and Toronto that evolved into a website, magazine, and retail store with a mandate to promote leading-edge talent in music, literature, art, film, fashion and design. UKULA has received exceptional support from established artists in their respective fields, including: indie-rock pioneer Thurston Moore (Sonic Youth), actor Cillian Murphy (28 Days Later), and acclaimed author Steven Hall (The Raw Shark Texts) among others. So, what’s the deal with UKULA? “Just ask Graeme Maclean and Kevin Renton (as in Trainspotting), the two Scottish indie obsessives behind UKULA, a new ground zero for all things impossibly cool in music, books and fashion.” – The Globe and Mail.
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