Tonight there will be a screening of “Some Paradise”, Johnny St. Ours’ documentary on the WTO Protests that took place in Seattle in 1999, along with a performance by The Karl Rove. Here’s a little description from The Karl Rove website: Johnny will show his 1999 WTO documentary around 7 PM. That film lasts about […]
March 30th, 2006 · Comments Off on film and music · By John
March 28th, 2006 · Comments Off on the books · By John
(the books) Wednesday night (March 29th) The Books and Grizzly Bear will play at the Satellite Ballroom. I’m really excited to see what The Books’ live show is like. Grizzly Bear also looks like a very interesting band, so come early and check them out. I recommend taking a look (and listen) at The Books‘ […]
March 26th, 2006 · Comments Off on devil music and thanksgiving · By John
Monday night (March 27) The Devil Music Ensemble will provide live music for the silent movie Big Stakes at the Satellite Ballroom. Doors open at 7 and the movie starts at 8. Sean of cvillepodcasting.com put together a feature about the show, which you can listen to here. Also on Monday, Thanksgiving and Friends will […]
March 24th, 2006 · Comments Off on benefit show tonight · By John
Tonight Doubting Thomas, Bandazian and Epizootics will play a benefit show for The Shelter for Help in Emergency. This will take place in Maury Hall at will start at 6pm. You’d better come. It’s a good chance to see some cool music and contribute to a great cause. $5. Here’s the description from the T-rock […]
March 23rd, 2006 · Comments Off on things · By John
So, Fest Full of Rock got a little press today. Pitchfork mentioned the show in a news article about Les Savy Fav’s current happenings. The Hook posted a small blurb (scroll down to see it) about the show. And yours truly wrote an article for The Declaration talking about how incredibly awesome it is to […]
March 23rd, 2006 · Comments Off on NeXT Ensemble and more · By John
Tonight the NeXT ensemble will perform in Old Cabell Hall. The group will play pieces by graduate composers, including my own TA Peter Traub. This is a rare opportunity to see some experimental, cutting edge compositions, so definitely come check it out. It’s free! And after that you can head to the Satellite Ballroom, where […]
March 23rd, 2006 · Comments Off on wednesday · By John
Tonight Madagascar will be at the Tea Bazaar. Here’s a description from the Tea Bazaar website: saws, accordians, bass among other instuments, madagascar creates rich layered and haunting tunes with much anticipation. part of this surge of great talent coming outta baltimore. enchanting. Also, Jim Waive and the Young Divorcees will be at Atomic Burrito.
March 20th, 2006 · Comments Off on fest full of rock tickets on sale now! · By John
(saturday, march 25th!) Get them before they disappear! At Newcomb Hall Ticket Office, online, or at Plan 9 on the Corner.
March 19th, 2006 · Comments Off on sunday · By John
Tonight Measles Mumps Rubella, Cataract Camp and Order of the Dying Orchid will be playing at 1714 Jefferson Park Ave. Should be awesome. Don’t miss it.
March 18th, 2006 · Comments Off on something not to miss · By John
Tonight at DUST Tyrannosaurus Rock presents: Jackie-O-Motherfucker Ostinato Grand Banks This is going to be an AMAZING show I’m sure. If you miss it you will deeply regret it. So be there! It starts at 9pm and is only $6