Weak Size Fish + Superfluid + DJ KDZ

  • February 8, 2019
    10:00 pm - 1:30 am

Fredericton’s Weak Size Fish, along with locals Superfluid and DJ KDZ join ranks for a show at The Carleton on Friday, February 8th. Show time is 10 PM and admission is a cool $10 at the door.

Weak Size Fish is a seven-piece dub-reggae jam band based in Fredericton, NB on Canada’s east coast. With a diverse group of musicians, the band blends a wide array of styles. A tight rhythm section provides a danceable foundation for atmospheric melodies, stabby horn hooks and strong vocals with introspective lyrics.

The band’s rotating lineup and ever-evolving sound has refined their unique style as they enter the studio for the recording of their third-LP. Their latest single, Lost Lagoon enters a more dreamy dub-reggae mood, like an existential anthem for the city’s escapist soul.

Through years of touring eastern Canada, the band has carved their name onto the stage of the Canadian east coast music scene. Their uplifting and dynamic live show consists of original material filled with improvisations making every show unique. They have been packing local clubs, bars and have been featured at such festivals as NxNE, Envol et MacAdam, Harvest Jazz & Blues, EVOLVE, Folly Fest and Paddlefest.


Superfluid is a Halifax based Bengali and Canadian bred quasi-collective of musicians who have been playing both in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.

At its core, the band represents the convergence of eastern and western poetry, music and ideology. Bengali, Iranian, Punjabi, M’ikMa’ki, English, Irish and Canadian representations are found in their membership.