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Listen, I’m Doing A Bunch of Things This Month

Posted in event, Lists, music, people to watch for, poetry, the universe will wreck you, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on 11/08/2012 by alex c

November’s a big month for me as I have three events (plus the usual Mental Marginalia) coming up with some good people and I’d love to see you out at some or all of them…

First up:
Tuesday, 11/13, 7:30pm
DIRTY MARTINIS, DIRTY LINES
@ Bear
12-14 31st Avenue, Long Island City
An admixture of poetry and fiction paired with liquors and foodstuffs. A salon in which poor taste will mingle with the delectable; ears and mouths stuffed and stumbling.

The Readers:
Beth Amodeo
Alex Crowley
Keara Driscoll
Robert Tumas

There will be $5 Dirty Martinis, bar snacks on a menu specially designed by Chef Natasha Pogrebinsky, and a happy hour following the evening’s proceedings.

Second:
Saturday, 11/17, 7pm (?)
FIRESIDE FOLLIES
@ Brooklyn Fire Proof
119 Ingraham Street (at Porter Ave.) Brooklyn (Morgan L)

Join curators Eric Nelson and Mike Lala at Brooklyn Fire Proof for Fireside Follies’ second event this season, featuring:

Dorothea Lasky (Thunderbird)
Macgregor Card (Duties of an English Foreign Secretary)
Courtney Maum (Big Things in Small Places)
Alex Crowley
Olivia Kate Cerrone

This event is FREE and open to the public.

Third:
Tuesday, 11/27, 8pm
MENTAL MARGINALIA
@ The West Brooklyn
379 Union Ave., Brooklyn (L/G to Lorimer & Metropolitan)

Mark Gurarie & I host, these cats read:
Tom Oristaglio
Fred McKindra
Alex Norelli
+1 tba

and last, but not least:
Thursday, 11/29, 8pm
WARMTH IS PLAYING A SHOW, FINALLY
@ Legion Bar
790 Metropolitan Ave. Brooklyn (Graham L)

We’ve got a new bassist & we haven’t played since February. Per usual, come listen b/c who knows when we’ll play next!
We’re sharing this bill with some fantastic bands. Come out and enjoy the fantastic-ness.

Here’s the order of bands:
9:00, Big Plastic Finger, bigplasticfinger.bandcamp.com
9:45, Warmth, warmthbk.bandcamp.com
10:30, Beasty, beasty.bandcamp.com
11:15, Old Monk, freeoldmonk.com

Thanks for reading all the way to the end!

Monday Rock: ICONCHASM // MATTER WAVES STRINGS // WARMTH

Posted in event, math-rock, music, the universe will wreck you with tags , , , on 03/18/2012 by alex c

After nine months of no shows at all, my band [WARMTH] returns to play as a duo. We’ll be opening up for our friends/space-mates, ICONCHASM, on their debut show. This should be real rad, it’s cheap and at Death by Audio, which is always a great place to both see and play shows.

This Sunday: WARMTH / BUILDINGS / WoNA / FotE

Posted in math-rock, music, people to watch for, the universe will wreck you with tags , , , , on 06/03/2011 by alex c

 

This Sunday night, come out to Legion Bar and catch my band, WARMTH, tear it up for the first time this year. We haven’t played in what feels like a very long year, but our friends from Minneapolis, BUILDINGS, are on tour and coming through town. They are definitely worth checking out and I’m personally excited to play with them again. Opening the show will be the dual duo attack of WAR of NORTHERN AGGRESSION and FEAST of the EPIPHANY.

Legion Bar

790 Metropolitan (@Humboldt, Graham L stop, nr. the White Castle)

$5 (that’s $1.25/band!)

New WARMTH Tracks Posted!

Posted in math-rock, music with tags , on 03/24/2011 by alex c

Not terribly long ago my band, Warmth, recorded some demo tracks for an album we’re hoping to record later this year. They’re up now on our new Bandcamp site (warmthbk.bandcamp.com) so go check them out. Hope you dig ’em if you check ’em out. If you’re not feelin’ it, that doesn’t mean you’re a bad person, it just means you have questionable taste.

I’m also in the process of putting together some summer shows and will update any progress here. One of said shows will feature our friends Buildings from Minneapolis. We played with them last summer and they’re coming to NYC in early June. Definitely worth your time, particularly if you’re into The Jesus Lizard or Hammerhead (or even a dirtier version of Braid!).