In which bands are discussed more than books. Joe explains why.
Hopefully someone in attendance will contribute some notes via comments. I was across the river at the time, failing to enjoy a show by dint of fashionary self-exclusionism (i.e., fuck it, I am the only person in this crowded venue who is wearing clothing that has perceptible color in it, and I missed my friend’s band anyway).
I’m all in for the Apolocalyptic Mini Golfers League when that gets going. I can mix a decent Pimm’s-based cocktail so it’ll be proper.
TIBURONES, Luz Elena Mendoza’s new band, and Houndstooth are playing at The Know on Feb 20th.
I can’t find Tiburones’ music, although there is a site for them here.
We would probably miss Scared Crow, and I don’t know anything about them.
My car fits three more people and I’m willing to carpool folks over.
Notes during the afterparty
Some notes and links:
Listen: Deelay Ceelay. Defunct and missed. Music still available at site.
Listen: 1939 Ensemble. Two guys and a lot of percussion.
Read: How to Build an Android. The true story of a bunch of AI and animatronics people making a robot Philip K. Dick.
Read: The Future Was Here A history of the Commodore Amiga. Remember the Warhol ad?
Read: You Are Not a Gadget.
(Not on paper: Read: Program or Be Programmed. Douglas Rushkoff, now with CodeAcademy, was with the ITP.
Sketch is based on picture hanging in the Crocodile, Seattle.
Smarties somehow got binary, I think. I was drinking a beer that was 10.2% alc.