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Starting tonight (Thursday 10/26), Oakland's own Fleshies are rockin' the kick ass Fest this weekend for up to 4 shows! Read on, gentle (and not-so-gentle) readers...
Here on the West Coast, San Francisco's awesome On Six Gallery hosts the Drunk Injuns, Los Olvidados, and Clay Wheels in a skate rock extravaganza!
On the East Coast, Carlapalooza is a melodic punk benefit for the MS Foundation in beautiful Secaucus, NJ! AT has donated a ton of rockin' raffle items, so show up and buy a ton of tickets! Bands include The Ergs, The Steinways, Hot Cops, The Krays, Nancy, and many more.
If you live in Knoxville, TN, you can tune in to "Name of Show Here" on channel 12 and find out this Thursday, September 28 at 7:30pm. Blowfly will participate in a call-in show with the staff of Knoxville Voice.
Later in the evening, he will perform at the Pilot Light with Megalon Esquire and Brother Steve.
The Seventh Annual Expo for the Artist & Musician runs from 11 am-6 pm at SomArts Cultural Center, 934 Brannan Street, San Francisco, CA. A ton of workshops, exhibits, art, and a beer garden all mean this all-day event is gonna frickin' ROCK!
"The artist, Gene Ha and I grew up in South Bend, Indiana and spent our high school years in a basement, dilligently playing D&D and honing our art drawing everybody's characters. These were good times, I was surrounded by smart, funny, creative people. Sadly, one of these basement denizens, our good friend and talented artist Barry Winston passed away suddenly this last year. Beyond losing a great talent at such a young age, Barry left behind a beautiful daughter, Brianna. Barry's friends have set up a college fund for Brianna, and to do our part to honor Barry's memory, we are auctioning off Gene's original album cover artwork. Gene has set up an eBay auction!
Not only do you get the original art pieces, you'll get the CD and LP versions of the album (autographed), and if you want, we'll even throw in an autographed tie! Please write us at our My Space page with any questions.
Don't be stingy with the bids, let's give Brianna a good nest egg for her future. I think i'm gonna bid on this myself!Prof. Jake Stratton, BloodHag"
1) Where - 460 Bryant St., San Francisco, CA
2) When - 1pm to set up, shooting around 2pm
3) Style - think early 1990s punk rock, bike messenger, SF Hags.
Starting this fall, Fat is releasing 7"s that will eventually become a full-length. We'll carry them in our on-line store, along with the rest of the LOC family of bands- F-Minus and Choking Victim.
Go to the Godspeed Movie site for more information on what's needed and who's already involved. Kathleen Hannah, Ad Rock, and Jesse Luscious are just 3 of the many music peeps already involved with this future classic of a film!
It's out of this world!
The art show and raffle drawing are Friday 8/18 and 8/19 at Acme Bar, 2115 San Pablo Ave (@ Addison, 1 block south of University) in Berkeley, CA (510) 644-2226, 4pm-2am, 21+. You do not have to be present to win!
Raffle prizes include $7500 in tattoos from the following shops: Spider Murphys, Black Heart, Sacred, 13, Industrial, Picture Machine, One Shot, Mom's, Goldfield's, True Love, Everlasting, Secret Sidewalk, and Zebra.
The other $3000 worth of prizes include bar tabs from Acme, Radio, Ruby, and Spoontonic, plus swag/gift certificates from Alternative Tentacles, Good Vibrations, Lanesplitter, 510 Skateboards, Trumer Pilsner, Bette's Oceanview Diner, Harris Steak House, Festoon, and the Icon, Twister, and Dolled Up Vintage shops. There's a ton of other local prizes, plus a Pabst Blue Ribbon snowboard (!?!). You can't make this shit up!
Raffle tickets are on sale at multiple places around the Bay Area, contact Acme Bar, Sacred Tattoo, or The Devon Blood page for details. Upcoming fundraiser includes a wide-ranging series of signed instrument auctions from all your favorite underground musical heroes- tune into those websites for details!
When: 8pm (sharp), Wednesday August 16thWhere: Station 40, 3030 B 16th St (at Mission St, across from BART)Price: Free!
"Boom: The Sound of Eviction"- By turns humorous and scathing, this potent social critique explores the effects of the recent Dot-com boom and bust on community displacement and gentrification in the San Francisco Bay Area, with a focus on the Latino Mission District. Features interviews with dot-com workers, developers, the Mayor, and the community that challenged their new economic order. Here's what the LA Times said about Boom: "Witty, poignant and impassioned . . . implications for every big city in America." Co-director A. Mark Liiv will be present for Q & A
More information at:www.boomthemovie.orgwww.defendbayviewhunterspoint.com
Hey, kids! BloodHag is having a little contest and literacy test on their MySpace page here. For those who do not want to click on the link to enter MySpace, a.k.a. Rupert Murdochsphere, then read the rules below. In the mean time, check out their new album Hell Bent for Letters (Virus 357) on CD or LP!!
BloodHag contest! Find the missing lyric and win!
FIRST EVER BLOODHAG CONTEST!
BloodHag is well known for being well-read, unfortunately, our laser-like focus on reading sometimes backfires on us, and we neglect the other areas of our life. This neglect has surfaced in the worst place...our new album!
Yes, folks, due to inattention on the part of Dr. J.M. McNulty and myself a lyric has been left out of one of our songs! I don't mean we forgot to print it in the liner notes, I mean we recorded the lyric, but due to some screw-up during the mixdown on Protools, a whole line was left out of one of our songs! As the singer and lyric-writer it really kind of pisses me off, but it's all my fault, since I was there during mixdown and didn't notice anything at the time.
So, most of you who haven't seen us perform this particular song live probably would not have noticed this missing line, but if you studiously read the lyrics and compare them with the songs (since of course all you fans have no problem understanding my vocals), you'll find the missing super-brilliant lyric.
Which brings us to the contest! Find the missing lyric and win a BloodHag t-shirt and an autographed Sci-Fi paperback!
How to play: Find the missing lyric and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org, include your email, t-shirt size and mailing address. I will collect the correct answers until the deadline on 11:59pm, August 31st, 2006. I will write all the names on little pieces of paper, put them all in Zach's Highlander baseball cap and draw out the winner's name. I will contact you, and you will freak out with joy and wait by the mailbox every day until your prize arrives (allow 6-8 weeks for delivery).
DO NOT send your answer to the myspace email.
So take advantage of our inattentiveness and win big! If you haven't bought the CD yet, go to alternativetentacles.com and buy it now!
Thanks everybody, look for us back on the road in October!
As part of the RollerCon 2006 festivities, The 'Pricks will play their final show ever at the always entertaining Double Down Saloon this Saturday July 29th!
Do a rail for me, boys!
Please strongly consider donating to Devon's medical fund, I just did! A benefit at 924 Gilman just raised a nice chunk of change but it's just a drop in the bucket- as anyone who has dealt with catastrophic medical procedures knows. We're all just one twist of fate away from his situation.Thanks, Jesse Luscious/AT Mail Male
From T-dawg comes this update:"He's listed as stable in the ICU, he's unconscious, but his recovery looks good if he stays the course he's on right now. Either way, its going to be a long road to being his usual self. The bullet that is lodged in his brain is not going to be removed, as the doctors fear it would do more damage to operate to remove it than to leave it where it is.
One of his closest pals, Matt Howse, has sorted out an account for Devon, for those of us who want to contribute to helping him on his way to recovery. It's very important to us that everyone understands that 100% of every dime that goes into this account will go to Devon and Devon only. There aren't any middlemen, percentage takers or foundations that can get their hands on it. I've set this up on behalf of his family and friends, so any questions, please ask. It's even a free checking account to they won't even take fees for it.
So, you can send in money three ways; mail a check/money order/whatever to Devon Get Better c/o Sacred Tattoo 707 Broadway Oakland, CA 94607 (Make sure checks are made out to "Devon Get Better" which is what Matt has set up the account under) or you can deposit money into the account directly at any Washington Mutual branch, the account number is 3063634311. I've also set up a Paypal account for those who use Paypal, the address you send money to is email@example.com
The art benefits and shows will be starting this week, and will continue as long as there's drive from all of us. For anyone who wants to contribute art, tattoo time, or anything else that can be contributed towards his recovery, you're more than welcome to. Just contact Matt Howse at Matt@reliabletattoos.com for details.
We've met with the neurosurgeon who's overseeing Devon, his prognosis is good for the type of injury he's sustained, but it will be days or weeks before we know how he'll fare with being his old self. All of our love to our friend."