Doors at 9 p.m., Show at 9:30 p.m.
$10 at the door
Born in Mississauga, Ontario, Ten Kills The Pack, is a project that was shaped and raised in Toronto. It’s poetic focused material is put forth by singer and songwriter, Sean Sroka; a bordering weathered musician, deriving from multiple bands and touring music projects. For a description of Ten Kills The Pack, Sean’s closest and most biased friend, Dave was requested for his thoughts. Below is a piece of a wordy and flattering rant. "...One thing I learned the more time I spent with Sroka outside of the rehearsal room, was the way his songs grew organically. When you walk with Sroka outside on a busy street, he might point out things he finds interesting, like a funny sign or something weird that a stranger says in passing. You’ll have a conversation about it and then forget about it a short while after. It’s not until a couple days later when he pulls you aside to show you a new song he’s been working on, and it’s about that moment you shared the other day, do you realize he’s been thinking about that the whole time."