Anatomy Productions Photo Gallery
Local organization provides opportunities for younger musicians to play, profit and gain exposure
Photos by Hannah Cawsey
Published on May 8, 2014
Left: Anatomy Productions is run once a month in the Queensland Community Centre. Anatomy reaches out to the under-age music scene and will allow any band to play, as long as their willing to put in the effort of gathering fans and selling tickets. Middle: Jake Kerr, lead singer for Calgary's Delacroix, took part in Anatomy Productions back in Feb. 2014. Delacroix is one of many bands grateful for Anatomy Productions and what the company is doing for the local under-age music scene. Right: Robbie Mcweeny is the lead singer for Edmonton's Higher and Higher. Mcweeny and his band were impressed with how professional Anatomy Productions is run. "We showed up to the venue and before any of the bands arrived, all the mics were set up everything was done and the facility was in awesome shape, honestly it was a great production."
Kurt Kluba, co-founder of Anatomy Productions, works as the sound technician. Kluba is constantly impressed with the talent that comes through the doors.
Left: Kurt Kluba, bassist for Deluge and sound technician for Anatomy Productions, performs at Vern's. Kluba admits he doesn't know exactly where Anatomy Productions is heading but he is excited to be a part of it. Middle: David Drebit, vocalist for Deluge and co-founder of Anatomy Productions, maintains that anyone who wanted to help the local music can, they just need to be determined. "You can put these shows on yourself, anyone can do it all it takes is effort organization and being responsible." Right: Delacroix's Jake Kerr performs in front of fans during a Anatomy Productions show in Feb. Delacroix and many other local bands are thankful for Anatomy because the business allows them to have a real life experience they might not get because of their age.
Sean Torgalson, drummer, is a member of Edmonton's Higher and Higher who came to Calgary to be part of Anatomy Productions.
Edmonton's Higher and Higher perform Feb. 2014 during a Anatomy Production show. Lead singer, Robbie Mcweeny says "there's a bit more of a draw in Calgary as far as all ages goes."
Calgary's Deluge members all co-founded Anatomy Productions. David Drebit, front man for Deluge, maintains that the all-ages scene has dropped since he was a part of it and wanted to do something to keep it alive in Calgary.
Kurt Kluba, left, and David Drebit, right, are both members of Deluge and co-founders of Anatomy Productions. They both agree that the under-age music scene in Calgary needs more attention and that Anatomy is helping but more could be done.
Members of Deluge arrive at the Queensland Community Centre hours before Anatomy Productions starts. Deluge not only sets up the venue but also uses their own equipment.
Jordan Potekal, left, and Anthony Janicki, right, are Anatomy Productions co-founders along with Kurt Kluba and David Drebit. The four guys also make up the band, Deluge, a local rock band wanting to help out the under-aged music scene.