Saturday, October 04, 2008

Innis mode

Explosion kills 7 Russians in S Ossetia
Kim Jong -iL said to be seen in public
Rice in India to discuss nuclear deal
Reports link Karzai's brother to heroin trade
Elderly turtle pair fails to produce offspring
OJ Simpson convicted of all 12 charges in robbery trial ,
jury deliberation lasted 13 hours and OJ found guilty 13 years to the day he was acquitted
in the murder of his wife Nicole Simpson

Thursday, October 02, 2008

2 nights

Cooler days of fall
Tue's night DCC & Nomi went fine,
interesting venue the Zipper Factory
Nomi and band sounds great too
and we could catch taxi's home as first drops splattered on the sidewalk.
Pretty much soaked moving gear back to our apartments after taxi dropped us off though
But we made it ...

Mon @ Maxwell's was close to capacity,
$5 Priest got in the audience face and got them going,
outpost - our new group came out with a synth jam and from there through a sampling of our current music pieces,
saw heads bouncing and some bodies moving out there during the 30m set.
Then Yo La Tengo who did truly rock the place .
Was nice to meet and talk to everyone that played , good vibes among the musicians.
$5 Priest's Bob Bert was in Int. Shades with Mark C ,
and Priest's Norman Westberg is currently doing guitar for next Dystopians Movie night ( Oct.30 Alien / 'Xenomorph's Night' ).
We walked down to the waterfront to the Hudson, waves splashing up a slip,
only a few joggers around last crickets of summer in the landscaping.
Cityscape of the new buildings uptown Manhattan lighting and filling the night sky rising straight up across the river

Monday, September 29, 2008

outpost @ Maxwell's tonight

Outpost debuts tonight along with Yo La Tengo and $5 Priest @ Maxwell's for the Neumann Leather Building Benefit.

Monday Night September 29 at 8pm $25
Come out and support the Neumann Leather Tenants Association with:

Matt Madly, Zilker, Five Dollar Priest(with Ron Ward, Bob Bert, Norman Westberg), Outpost and Yo La Tengo

Art Opening in the front room featuring artists who work at the Neumann Leather building.
Maxwells 1039 Washington Street, Hoboken, NJ 07030's legendary music venue, Maxwell's (1039 Washington St., Hoboken, NJ, 201-653-1703), will play host in September to the largest fundraiser yet for the Neumann Leathers Tenants Association (NLTA), in an effort to save the city's last large arts complex from being demolished.

The NLTA is comprised of over 100 artists, artisans and light industry, all located in the Neumann Leathers complex, which is currently under threat of complete demolition. As part of its efforts to save the site, the NLTA will soon present an alternative plan which saves most of the buildings and includes new construction in a feasible redevelopment.