BlurCurve

Born from Grunge, BlurCurve have always been somewhere musically in-between. Neither Grunge nor Progressive Metal, Shoegaze nor Hardcore, BlurCurve have forged their own path toward 2023’s Pluto & The Fool.

What started as two lifelong friends jamming to whatever felt good and playing as loud as possible, turned into a journey of self-discovery on the themes of addiction, loss and regrowth. Singer Alythia Scully (they/them) says as much when discussing their creative process toward writing the songs on Pluto & The Fool, “I wrote these songs to empower listeners to wake up to their potential and to their own power; all while processing grief, codependency, oppression and our society’s need to ‘keep up with the Joneses.’ Songs like Initiation speak to the self-power highlighted, where lines like, ‘words of a language that doesn't exist’ is meant to dispel the gatekeeping that one practice or doctrine is better than another. There is no ‘language of creation,’ nobody can teach you anything you won't learn through stillness and observation.” This introspection is met with the instrumental sonic landscape crafted by other members Kris Heuer (Guitar, he/him), Bob Furniss (Bass, he/him) and Justin Westplate (Drums, he/him) where influences like Catherine Wheel intersect with Dillinger Escape Plan and Gojira. The entirety of Pluto & The Fool capitalizes on these genre and stylistic intersections to provide a finished product and stage show that lives up to the band’s mantra: We like it loud & fast.

Past Shows


May
13
th
2024
7th St Entry
May
13
th
2024
7th St Entry

Wheel

with Aviations and BlurCurve
Nov
15
th
2023
Turf Club
Nov
15
th
2023
Turf Club

Demob Happy

with BlurCurve
Apr
6
th
2023
Turf Club
Apr
6
th
2023
Turf Club

BlurCurve

'Pluto & The Fool' EP Release
with VIN, Calgary Winters and M.A.Y.

More Shows

Oct
13
th
The Fitzgerald Theater

Cold Case Live

Oct
13
th
First Avenue

Mod Sun & lovelytheband

Apr
23
rd
Palace Theatre

Dean Lewis

Oct
1
st
Fine Line

Ivy Lab