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ALL AGES 2nite at the Trunk Space: Greenwich, Sister Cities, Win the Scene and DJ William F'ing Reed [20 Feb 2009|05:51pm]


TONIGHT!!! Free Sushi Records Label Launch Party!!!

with Greenwich, Sister Cities, Win the Scene

and DJ William F'ing Reed!!!

All Ages Show - 9pm - $8

at The Trunk Space - 1506 NW Grand Ave.,

Phoenix, AZ
- 602-256-6006

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FREE 2nite: Glamour Shot, The Rebel Set & The Early Black, Yucca Tap Room, Tempe, AZ [07 May 2008|12:03pm]

I play drums in Glamour Shot, tonight is our first live performance, the show is FREE, doors at 9pm, we're the last of 3 bands to play. Hope to see you there!!!


Venue: Yucca Tap Room
Location: 29 West Southern Avenue, Tempe, AZ
Date: May 7, 2008
Time: 9:00pm
Price: FREE
Ages: 21 and Up
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This Wednesday Night! Super Dance Party! [06 May 2008|01:41pm]


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The Show Is The Rainbow[NE]
Treasure Mammal
Michael Wasmund [LA]
Trash Cat Last Show before Hiatus
Doors @ 7pm; Show Starts @ 7:30pm
$6 for 3 touring bands... pretty sweet!
This Wednesday, May 7th 2008 (or better known as the post-post Cinco De Mayo party)
@ The Amazing-Space

PS. since it's my last show, here's a free teaser
yeah, it is 20 minutes long... the intro ends around 15:30 or so
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5/7/08 Yucca Tap Room: Glamour Shot, The Rebel Set and The Early Black [19 Apr 2008|06:11pm]

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Our first show: May 7th at the Yucca Tap Room (Mill & Southern in Tempe) With The Rebel Set and The Early Black. Show starts at 9pm
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Report: Nation's Gentrified Neighborhoods Threatened By Aristocratization [03 Apr 2008|07:04pm]

I guess this is as good a time as any to let you know that Mony and I are now teamed up with The Correia Group and re-focusing our efforts on Real Estate. My particular focus is Commercial transactions, highlighting Downtown Phoenix...however we can and will still handle residential transactions too.

So, if you know anyone who wants to buy or sell a property, commercial or residential...please send them our way!

In the meantime, enjoy:

Report: Nation's Gentrified Neighborhoods Threatened By Aristocratization

WASHINGTON—The report claims that affordable upper-income condominiums and charming faux dive bars are being replaced with manor houses and private salons.
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Do you like Joy Division? - New Phoenix Based Post Punk Band [27 Mar 2008|12:55pm]

long time no post, sorry, hasn't been much news worthy...but now finally, something to post about! I'm drumming in a band, really excited about it, I'd say the closest thing we sound like is Joy Division...just good dark Post Punk kinda 'ish. scheckit out:

Glamour Shot

I'll let you know just as soon as we're ready to play out.
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Woo CD Release Party [30 Aug 2007|01:11am]

Friday, August 31st!
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Andrew Jackson Jihad
Kind of Like Spitting
Novi Split
South Mountain Men
Michael Alexander
Swallowing Stones

The Trunk Space
7pm, $6
Fizzle Promotions
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Tonight! Fizzle CD Release Show! [18 Aug 2007|02:23am]

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if you like The Residents, or boundary pushing music & performance . . .
@ The Trunk Space http://www.thetrunkspace.com/
New CDs available!
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[27 Jul 2007|02:40pm]

Haunted Cologne's CD Release Show!
  • The Black Jacket
  • Tom Turf
  • Trash Cat
  • Ray Reeves and the Phoenix Suns

    Freeeeee Show! @ The Willow House Cafe (links to mapquest)
    Party Starts @ 7:30pm and goes on til 11pm (or too many noise complaints, it's outside)
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    Trunk Space Awesome-ness Party Tonight! [17 Jun 2007|03:28pm]

    Deer Tick (Rhode Island)
    Jacob Smigel (Nevada)
    Morgan's Orange (California)
    French Quarter
    Ugga Mugga
    7:30pm @ The Trunk Space | $5!
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    phoenixrockcity.com needs YOUR posts and flyers! [12 Jun 2007|10:54am]
    PhoenixRockCity.com is fully operational, and people are signing up for accounts!

    But we need more promoters there! Please sign up for your FREE account, and start posting flyers and other promo material for your local events.

    We want shows and concerts, we want film festivals, we want vegan potlucks, we want protest marches, we want raves, we want vaudeville, we want roller derby, we want fetish proms, we want improv classes, we want EVERYTHING!!!

    Please go to PhoenixRockCity.com, sign up for an account, and start posting. This is a non-profit site and it's absolutely FREE advertising for your event!

    Check out PhoenixRockCity.com NOW!

    (x-posted to aesthetic_az, arizona_artists, arizonaindie, arizonameetup, arizonapolitics, az_hxc, az_insomniacs, az_restaurants, azfilm, azgoths, azindustrial, azinfoline, azjournal, azlocalmusic, azpolitics, azrockabilly, azunderground, burlesqueaz, peopleofthesun, phoenix_az, phoenix_life, phoenixrockers, the_phx)
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    Phoenix Rock City [18 May 2007|03:41pm]
    Hi Phoenicians,

    I am posting to invite all promoters and participants of fun events going on in Phoenix and its surrounding areas to come try out a new forum, PhoenixRockCity.com.

    It's free, and all varieties of interests are welcome.

    We have categories for - Local music scene, bands, venues, concerts, record releases, record stores, etc. Local art, First Friday, exhibits, performance art, galleries, etc. Local standup, sketch comedy, improv classes and groups, etc. Local poetry, spoken word, slam, etc. Local vaudeville, burlesque, sideshows, freakshows, etc. Local fetish balls, body modification, suspension, zombie proms, etc. Local roller derby, pro wrestling, cage fighting, shopping cart racing, bicycle co-ops, tractor pulls, monster truck rallies, demolition derbies, etc. Local comic books, roleplaying groups, videogame tournaments, etc. Local plays and one-acts, theatre groups, acting lessons, local film festivals, drive-ins, movie night house parties, film & TV productions, etc. Local dance and deejay clubs and nights, etc. Local open mic, karaoke nights, etc. Local places to eat, drink, be merry, etc. Local thrift stores, tattoo and piercing shops, fashion shows, etc. Local bookstores, book clubs, writing groups, author readings, etc. Local events, marches, protests, meetings for political and humanitarian groups, etc.

    Whatever you got, we want!

    The "official" launch is Memorial Day weekend, but we're hoping to get the word out now so new visitors already find posts waiting for them.

    It's free, and no one involved in the site is making money off it, it's just a labor of love for those who love Phoenix and its underground/alternative/indie/counterculture scene.

    Thanks for reading (and apologies for whatever crossposting may be getting this message on your friends' page multiple times!)

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    2nite @ThePaperHeart: Feast of Fools Fantasy Masquerade Ball [24 Mar 2007|04:46pm]


    Drawing inspiration from the Celtic Isles with legends of Faerie Folk and Elven kind and otherwordly enchantments that lay poised astride the borders of myth and mortal kin. The Feast of Fools Fantasy Masquerade is a creative adventure that abandons inhibitions and embraces the flights of fancy of poets, musicians and artistic souls that long for expression. Step into the fabled ring and part the veil between the worlds if you dare. Come Gentles and Nobles from far and wide. Cloak yourself in mystery and join us in a magickal night of revelry, music, dance and art.


    Doors open at 8pm

    Tickets: $20 presale / $30 at the Door

    The Paper Heart Arts Venue
    and Counter Culture Cafe
    750 NW Grand Avenue
    Phoenix, AZ 85007

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    This Week: March 20th-25th @The Paper Heart [20 Mar 2007|11:12pm]


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    Nice 3D Video from russian group Nebo Zdes (Sky Is Here) [19 Mar 2007|05:44pm]

    3D animation from russian alternative group Nebo Zdes (Sky is Here)

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    2nite @The Paper Heart: About + Ancient Plague + Spoo [16 Mar 2007|06:20pm]


    SPOO - http://www.myspace.com/spoomusic
    Sounds like Aphex Twin meets Brian Eno, or Portishead meets Chemical Brothers, or Bach meets George Clinton.

    ABOUT - http://www.myspace.com/aboutabout
    On Cock Rock Disco, and from the city of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. [If only more groups could so skillfully unleash the hidden rock-out potential of the laptop.] Pitchfork Media (USA), July 2006

    Ancient Plague Mummy Massacre Incarnate Osiris - http://myspace.com/ancientplague
    Phil from IHYWYP, fakes us out with a fantastic 2-piece. New songs, same amount of love.



    8pm $8
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    Tonight at the Paper Heart: America: Freedom to Fascism [14 Mar 2007|02:56pm]


    Subversive Film Series

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    America: Freedom to Fascism

    Want to see how our great-grandparents were sold into slavery in the early 1900's? Want to learn the truth about income taxes and the true source of government control over the American public? Join us on Wednesday, March 14th for a screening of a very special film.

    Determined to find the law that requires Americans to pay income tax, Aaron Russo (THE ROSE, TRADING PLACES) sets out on a journey. Neither left- nor right-wing, this startling examination exposes the systematic erosion of civil liberties in America. Through interviews with US Congressmen, a former IRS Commissioner, former IRS and FBI agents, tax attorneys and authors, Russo connects the dots between money creation, federal income tax, voter fraud, the national identity card (becoming law in May 2008) and the implementation of radio frequency identification (RFID) technology to track citizens. A striking case about the evolving police state in America.

    Film will start @ 9:30 pm
    Open discussion following films
    Admission is Free!

    Full coffee bar and food available from Counter Culture Cafe.

    Counter Culture Cafe
    inside The Paper Heart
    750 NW Grand Ave.
    Phoenix, AZ 85007
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    Tonight @ The Paper Heart and Counter Culture Cafe [26 Feb 2007|04:23pm]

    Starting at 8pm
    February 25 thru Monday - February 26 
    We are dedicated to work that addresses where we are geographically and philosophically, and are interested in investigating the places where these intersect on a mutually determined glocal table/playing field. As a collective, we are already born with many tongues, and some of us have two or three, which makes speech difficult but entirely possible. We are developing a style of performance that speaks to bilingual (and multilingual) audiences, utilizing subaltern, alternative modes of presentation, technologically and philosophically reconfiguring the dna of a post-consumer idea of a thought of a notion. We do not dance.

    CENIZAS and DESEO the Paper Heart February 25 & 26th
    CENIZAS, February 25th: multimedia performance en espanol
    DESEO, February 26th: mutlimedia performance en vivo

    We just performed CENIZAS at No Passport (Dreaming the Americas: Diversity and Difference in Performance) at CUNY February 3rd and DESEO at the PVCC X-Fest February 10th, so we're in shape for this...this will be the last chance to see these for awhile, so bring friends and take pictures.

    Also note that my knee is swollen ridiculously, and can be seen totally nude in these shows. Warn the children.

    Another more important note: now that the state language is being changed from Apache to Texan English, we are performing these works in Spanish and a little bit of ingles (pero no como el arbusto presidente, el hombre mas inarticulado en la historia de pseudo-Tejanos). Please tell your friends, and anyone interested in seeing work en espanol here. There are a few groups in the state, Teatro Bravo and Borderlands among others, who do this work, so it's very important to support these efforts with physical presence. I am told that I don't really speak Spanish anyway, so I don't count, pero ni modo, aqui estamos en un momento muy importante en la historia del suroeste, y por eso, vamos a luchar en la manera que sabemos, en performance. Y mas, en el futuro, nos preguntamos si otros lenguas seran ilegal aqui, como Aleman, o Hopi, o Navajo, o Cocopah, y estoy muy confundido por que no tengo antepasados de inglaterra, entonces, por que es necesario para mi a hablar en ingles, y solamente ingles? huyyyyy, que raro, pero ven ven ven por favor, y ver que hay algo pasando aqui en este desierto, ok ok?

    8pm $8.00
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    Tonight at the Paper Heart [02 Feb 2007|01:37pm]

    3rd annual "HEART" exhibit

    The month of February will be our 3 year anniversary here at this location, 750 NW Grand Ave. It will also be the 3rd annual "Heart Show". This exhibit caters to anything that relates to the heart or of the heart.

    featured artists;

    - Victor Alexander
    - Michele Bledsoe
    - Richard Bledsoe
    - Sheila Bocchine
    - Cindy Brower
    - Jeff Falk
    - Spencer Mahaffey
    - Eric Nelson
    - Greg Pentkowski
    - Randy Zucker

    Musical guests starting around 7pm;
    Clayton Chronicles - http://www.theclaytonchronicles.com
    Quarter Inch Crown - http://www.myspace.com/quarterinchcrown

    and special guests
    "Portishead meets Black Sabbath"
    originating from Athens,GA
    JUCIFER - http://www.jucifer.com/

    HOBO CASTER - http://www.myspace.com/brothermud
    Brand spanking new bluegrass with a slant.

    FREE Starts @ 7PM
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    Tonight: Rocky Horror Picture Show! [27 Jan 2007|05:51pm]

    Broadway Bound and Gagged presents......

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    Since 1989, Broadway Bound & Gagged has been the valley's oldest running Rocky Horror Picture Show shadowcast theatrical troupe. Since 2005, many of its crew have ventured into other areas of artistic _expression, such as music, short films, and burlesque. Join them on January 27th for a night of truly eclectic proportions

    Performing artists include:

    Voodoo Betties Burlesque and Variety
    Sketch Comedy by Video Difficulties
    Music by shock rockers Vaginal Discharge
    Comedian Christopher McCullough

    ...And much more...culminating at the end by a full showing with audience participation of the cult classic: The Rocky Horror Picture Show

    BBnG's Website: http://www.myspace.com/bbngcast
    Voodoo Betties: http://www.voodoobetties.com
    Vaginal Discharge: http://www.myspace.com/vaginald
    Video Difficulties: http://www.videodifficulties.com

    Doors @ 7PM
    Starts @ 8PM
    Admission: $10.00

    Christopher McCullough - Producer
    Broadway Bound and Gagged

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