Wednesday, March 26, 2008

SHOWS this week + GOLD at the MOCAD


a few things to cover...
firstly, later this weekend I'll have some photos uploaded from Record Time Fest (in Ferndale) for the store's last open weekend--which featured an all day concert and a handful of great bands...,

farewell Record Time!

Also, shows this week...

Friday the 28th, at the Lager House
The Drinking Problem plays with Friendly Foes and Mas (pictured)



The Beggars (also pictured) play the Elbow Room on Friday the 28th


on the 29th
Oblisk is having a CD Release Party at the Belmont in Hamtramck - with Red China

moving onto this week's Deep Cutz..., GOLD--at the MOCAD:

This Saturday, the New Wave committee at the Museum of Contemporary Art-Detroit (MOCAD), is hosting GOLD, an inaugural fundraiser “designed to share a common dedication to the arts in Detroit with new audiences.”

(photo by dawn giblin)

Found sounds, improvised film screenings, hip-hop, electronic, folk and rock music — and possibly the last time to see one of the most vibrant local rock bands of the decade — Lee Marvin Computer Arm, who will be playing live with The Sisters Lucas (pictured), Tyvek, Darkred, EsQuire, T3, The Go, Deastro, The Silent Years, DJ Frankie Bank$ and Bad Party.

Tickets are $75 for a 7:30 p.m. entrance or $15 for a 9:30 p.m. entrance. The VIP ticket receives dinner catered from local restaurants, valet and an open bar, while enjoying the collaborative performance of self-taught filmmaker Martha Colburn (NY) utilizing found footage and handmade filters with the soundtrack of the improvised “deconstructed songs and digital manipulations” of Detroit’s Ian Clark. At 9:30 p.m., the bands play individually selected and stylized pop-song covers from the last 30 years.

Either way, you really can't go wrong, but if you really do have the dough, get there early — you will not be disappointed.

Further Info:
Martha Colburn: "During her performance, she will combine hand made filters, excerpts from her animations and found footage, to create a screening that incorporates colonial history, natural disaster films and her own animations into a light/ picture show."
Ian Clark: "He will be performing a live soundtrack to the projections of Martha Colburn utilizing found sounds, deconstructed songs and digital manipulations."


Lee Marvin Computer Arm...
Photobucket will be missed

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