Root Dwellers Presents: SIESKI, Molly Annelle, Fionn

Root Dwellers Presents: SIESKI, Molly Annelle, Fionn

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The Anza Club

3 West 8th Avenue

Vancouver, BC V5Y 1M8


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Root Dwellers is thrilled to announce the line up for our Sat, June 25th showcase!

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Root Dwellers is thrilled to announce the line up for our June showcase! We have a wonderful line-up of female artists whose sounds range from indie pop and alt-pop, to r&b and bossa nova ------ SIESKI, Fionn and Molly Annelle will take to the Root Dwellers stage at The Anza Club on Sat, 25th June!

Doors: 7.00pm

Music: 8.00pm

End of Event: 11:30pm

Eventbrite ticketing: $20**

**All tickets need to be purchased in advance. As we are a listening room, attendees must arrive before the show starts at 8pm. Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages can be purchased at the bar. All beer is from local craft breweries. Outside food can be brought in from anywhere and there will be a food truck next door at 33 Acres Brewing.

Artist Bio's:


Vancouver-based queer musician and theatre artist, SIESKI, writes rooted and raw song-stories that flow and swell and absorb the listener. A unique voice in the Canadian music scene, her deeply evocative singing and imagery transports you with subtle power. 

Following her debut EP and singles. SIESKI’s latest release, “Lady Deity," is one of four projects presented in the Vizzybility Project with Canada's Drag Race Winner, and Queer Collective TO. The alt-pop anthem is a celebration of queer-femme desire and attraction, reflecting SIESKI's own identity as a queer woman. 
 The “Lady Deity,” music video takes place at a cool loft party where an electric attraction builds between Toronto dance artist Aitana Gunaratne and SIESKI. Captured through movement, the performers groove across the room from each other as everyone else seems to melt away. Representing queer femmes, "Lady Deity,” depicts a playful, sensual and refreshing narrative for the screen.

Molly Annelle

Canada’s rich musical history continues with 18-year-old singer/songwriter Molly Annelle.

Thanks to a distinctive flair for bending language to fit melody, the young musician is ready to take the world by storm — combining the essence of R&B jams, Bossa Nova bops and Yé Yé girl pop - resulting in a tone all her own.

“I like to describe my sound as dreamy R&B music, with a little bit of an edge to it,” she explains, adding that all genres of music have played a pivotal role in her growth as a musician. Her eclectic taste is evident in the subtle samba sounds that fuse effortlessly with 1960’s European pop nuances - all of which pepper her 2021 album, Elevator Music.

Molly’s journey is one that began at the tender age of five, when the Vancouver-based songstress penned her very first song — the uncannily entitled Obscure Bird. Four years later, at just nine-years-old, she was named Young Composer of the Year, writing four-part harmonies for the Vancouver Chamber Choir. Encouraged by family and teachers alike, the young musician found her voice in the kind of honest lyricism and devoted storytelling which has continued to set her apart.

It was also the kind of drive and ambition that happened to catch the attention of 604 Records’ Jonathan Simkin, resulting in Molly’s label debut, Winter Waves, a Christmas anthem which garnered close to 345,000 streams on Spotify alone.

To close out 2021, Molly released her new single, Dior, as the first of three brand-new tracks, to show her growth as a writer and artist.


Dedication, creativity and drive — there are few words that better describe the artistry of sisters Alanna and Brianne, twin forces behind pop duo Fionn. Already known for their honest lyricism and captivating storytelling, the singer/songwriters are getting ready to take things in an even more diverse direction; encapsulating everything from sugary sweet sounds to moodier melodies.

While remaining true to themselves, Fionn’s current vibe embraces a more playful side — a direct result of the sisters’ experiences and mindset over the past year.

“We started writing the new record during the pandemic, and we just needed something to pick ourselves up,” said Alanna. “We wanted to write some more lighthearted, fun songs . . . the world needs some happy music right now.”

Now, while continuing down a musical path that began over a decade ago, both Alanna and Brianne maintain it’s important to keep evolving in music, as much as in their personal lives.

“We all change so much as a person . . . especially when you’re young,” said Brianne. “This past year has been such a time of growth. Evolution is just so natural, and so is wanting to try something new.”

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