Friday, October 28, 2005

Mixing, Testing, Drawing, Dancing

Annie's DJ Kicks record is finally out. Nick Sylvester likes it. And, surprise, surprise, I like it, too.

The new Get That Out of Your Mouth, "Questionable Content and the T-Shirt Driven Economy," is about indie comic Questionable Content, and the way it's the way that it's author maintains financial/creative independence. I love the business model and wonder if a narrative serial digital film website could operate on the same model (like an indie web soap opera). bandwidth is of course much more expensive, but it seems to me that it would be a terrific aesthetic endeavor. So... consider this the launch of my new project. or at least, it's founding concept.

I'm starting to get excited about Movable Hype 5.0. It's at the Knitting Factory on Wednesday, hosted by Aziz Ansari and Rob Huebel.
Bands: The Capitol Years, The Cloud Room, Snowden, Bravo Silva
Price: $10.00
Date: Wed, Nov 02
Starts at 8:00 PM

Test Icicles to play New York!
11-09 New York, NY - Cake Shop
11-11 New York, NY - Northsix (with Art Brut, The Occasion)
Art Brut and Test Icicles on the same bill?! A show at Cake Shop, where I've been known to drink free?! Yes!
This band is, uh, really good.
Pitchfork has the story.

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