Edmonton Events: Three to See includes KOAN Sound, Lisa Cha, My Animal

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KOAN Sound: This Bristol, U.K., duo’s new electronic soundscape album sets loose incredible sounds, but that’s just the start of Led By Ancient Light. Also a graphic novella you can find at koansound.com along with a making-of documentary, the story and visuals follow a character named Ardor on a remote desert planet populated by ancient beings. Plus, you know, you can dance to the music made by Will Weeks, Jim Bastow and various guests who add a classical flavour to this cosmic EDM jazz. Looks like a promising spectacle!

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Details: 9 p.m. at Starlite Room (10030 102 St.), $29.99+ at starliteroom.ca

Lisa Chan: This local pianist, acoustic guitarist and singer-songwriter has been playing piano since she was three years old, then picked up guitar in university. She started writing original music more than a decade ago, and now has more than 50 originals. One day she hopes to record an album, but for now she only plays her originals live, which you can catch at the warm and cosy Felice Café nestled in the apartment towers east of Commonwealth Stadium in the latest instalment of Felice Noir. Follow Chan at @latychan.music on Instagram.

Lisa Chan Edmonton Lisa Chan plays Felice Cafe Friday night. Photo by Lisa Chan /supplied

Details: 7 p.m. at Felice Café (10930 84 St.), $11.98 at felicecafe.ca; $15/door

My Animal (2023): Jacqueline Castel’s feature directorial debut follows Heather (Bobbi Salvör Menuez), an outcast teenage goalie who falls for newcomer Jonny (Amandla Stenberg), an alluring but tormented figure skater. As their relationship deepens, Heather’s growing desires clash with her darkest secret, forcing her to control the animal within. Shot in Timmins, Ont., this horror-romance premiered at Sundance this year and features a cameo by Kids in the Hall’s Scott Thompson. Awooo!

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