Alice Stops Time

Alice Stops Time

 Windsor, Nova Scotia, CAN
BandRockAlternative

Alice Stops Time is an old school, bad ass clash of surf, dance, blues and progressive/vintage rock, that makes a world all its own.

Biography

ALICE STOPS TIME

Spunk, class and retro style. Alice Stops Time is an alternative rock band originally based out of Hants County Nova Scotia. The band has unique influences from surf and dance music that contributes to their trademark sound. That sound and the bands engaging presence have taken the young group from intimate acoustic shows in rural Nova Scotia to larger status stages like Pop Montreal.
Since coming together in 2004, the young group has been steadily expanding and gaining a fan base, playing frequently with other Nova Scotia acts. In 2007 Alice Stops Time was awarded the grand prize in the Atlantic Canadian Garage band Contest sponsored by Aliant. The prize included a trip to Montreal and a spot on the bill during the 2007 Montreal Pop Festival in October. The band members have since been inducted into the Hants County Hall of Fame for youth achievement for their work with music in the community. In January 2008 the band recorded their first single "Heaven or Hollywood" at the Sonic Temple studio. It was released within a compilation disk for the Centre of Arts and Technology Campus in Halifax Nova Scotia.
Alice Stops Time is quickly breaking into metro music circles with high energy performances showcasing their own style of rock, surf, blues and dance. The band has big plans for 2010, number one is taking their self titled full length debut album on the road and looking into releasing a new EP along with filming a professional music video. In the meantime Alice Stops Time is honing in on their live performances and enhancing their song writing craft, discovering new sounds and styles to incorporate into their act.

Discography

2006-Alice Stops Time self titled (demo)
2008-Alice Stops Time ''Heaven Or Hollywood'' Center Of Arts & Technology Compilation disk.
2009-Alice Stops Time
Self Titled Debut album.

Set List

Set length: Thirty minutes up to two hours. Original material with some (usually modified) covers.

(Originals)

"Pale Blue"
"Mannerly Offender"
"Thieves"
"Aracnerotica"
"Maggie"
"Master Throne"
"Heaven or Hollywood"
"Johnny Johnson"
"Miss Bennett"
"Question to Your Answer"
"Useless Conversations"
"Human"
"Victoria"
"Leave Me Wasted"
"Red Boots"

(Covers)

"Seven Nations Army"-White Stripes
"Why Dont We Do It In The Road", "A Day In The Life", "Come Together", "Tomorrow Never Knows"-The Beatles
"Folsom Prison Blues"-Johnny Cash
"Number of the Beast"-Iron Maiden