one more stuff to do
anne.gomez at gmail.com
Thu Feb 10 13:42:31 EST 2005
and then I made another typo ("Vantine's") trying to comment on my other typo.
On Thu, 10 Feb 2005 13:36:29 -0500, Anne Gomez <anne.gomez at gmail.com> wrote:
> First, I meant "Valentine's Day" not "Vantine's Day day." Second,
> I've been informed by Chris Toenes that "Chuck's stuff with the Freq
> group in NY was very minimal techno, but melodic dance vibe, not
> cracked little beats going against each other. I'd think this show Fri
> may be closer to that."
> So what I meant was that Chuck's Friday show will be very pleasant and
> lollipops and smiles, but the Sunday show will make your ears bleed.
> On Thu, 10 Feb 2005 11:54:13 -0500, grady <grady at ibiblio.org> wrote:
> > This one flew right under the radar:
> > -----------
> > From: Anne Gomez
> > Many of you will go see Pykrete on Friday at Nightlight. Pykrete is
> > Chuck Johnson making a lot of godawful noise on electronic gizmos.
> > You may come away from that show thinking that Chuck is pissed off all
> > the time or maybe just mentally unbalanced, and not in a fun way.
> > But Chuck is a really nice guy, and likely mostly sane. Really. And
> > he'll prove this Sunday at the Cave, when on the eve of Valentine's
> > Day day, he plays pretty music on his guitar. You will be so touched
> > that you will burn your Pykrete CD and start listening to Joni
> > Mitchell, Doris Day, and the Care Bears (do they have an album?).
> > Also playing is Hotel Motel, who are a little pissed off, but not
> > quite enough to be "punk."
> > Show will probably start around 10:30. Likely just pass the hat.
> > Although it hasn't been discussed, I am guessing Chuck is first and
> > Hotel Motel is second.
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