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An Evening in Space with Music from Plasteroid & Skim Milk

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H. R. MacMillan Space Centre

1100 Chestnut Street

Vancouver, BC V6J 3J9

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Lean back in your seat and fly through the universe and beyond as Plasteroid and Skim Milk provide the music for hyper-realistic space visuals at the HR McMillan Space Centre. In Vancouver's only Planetarium Star Theatre, you'll experience planets, meteor showers, galaxies, and other astronomical wonders on their newly renovated digital projection system. Accompanied by the unmistakable instrumental music of Skim Milk and Plasteroid.

Doors at 7:45pm

Show starts at 8:15pm

Pasteroid is an instrumental project started by local musician Owen Connell (Jasper Sloan Yip, Wooden Horsemen). Drawing on stunning visuals from space and ambient and atmospheric musical elements, Plasteroid’s concerts are a fully immersive experience. Plasteroid released their first album, self-titled (2017), last year. Instead of releasing a CD or Vinyl LP, Plasteroid released the entire album as a comic book, illustrated by Brock McInnes.

Skim Milk is the solo project of clarinetist/producer Sam Davidson (Brasstronaut). Often funky and at other times ethereal, Skim Milk is rooted in a love of exploring the music of the past and reconstructing it with modern tools and aesthetics. In Skim Milk, Davidson digs deep through music's history pulling up obscure samples and transforming them into something entirely personal. He has released three albums: Self-titled (2014), Ghosts of Jazz (2015) and Fingerprints (2017). More at www.skimmilk.ca.

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H. R. MacMillan Space Centre

1100 Chestnut Street

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