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Poster:charl33t
Date:2007-03-30 14:13
Subject:Support Local Punk
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Poster:audrawilliams
Date:2006-07-17 20:18
Subject:Jesse Dangerously: Perpetual Motion Roadshow
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Hot hot Halifax indie-nerd-rapper Jesse Dangerously is on tour right now, as part of the Perpetual Motion Roadshow!

Mini bio for Jesse:
Jesse Dangerously is a constant presence in the Halifax hip-hop scene. He has released three solo recordings, appeared on many compilations, and produced the albums of other artists.

A big fan of 1988 to 1994 era hip hop, Dangerously’s influences include the lilting hyperspeed of Chip Fu; the pop culture whirlwind of Das Efx; the indignance and unabashed political overtones of Public Enemy; the intricate rhyme schemes of Lord Finesse; and the cocky arrogance of teenaged LL Cool J or Fresh Prince.


Song sample! Outfox'd (When Pacifists Attack), from his latest ep, Inter Alia.

Anyway, the shows are mostly at bookstores and small clubs, and are all pay what you can. The other performers are Hadassah Hill from New York City, and Cort Bulloch from someplace in Alberta.

The tour dates/venues are as follows:
Chicago: Sat. July 15, 7 pm. Quimbys (1854 W. North Ave.) w/ foul-mouthed friend Brandon Wetherbee!
Cincinnati: Sun. July 16, 4 pm. Hobo Books (4040 Hamilton Ave.) w/ rap group Undermind and Bratwurst, a film by Steven Paul Lansky and Leigh Alfred Waltz!
Rochester: Tues. July 18, 9 pm. The Bug Jar (219 Monroe Ave.)
New York City: Wed. July 19, 7:30 pm. Galapagos Art Space (70 North 6th Street, Williamsburg)
Montreal: Thurs. July 20, 8 pm. Bibliograph/e Zine Library, Toc Toc Cafe (6091 Avenue du Parc)
Ottawa: Fri. July 21, 8:30 pm. Venus Envy (320 Lisgar St.) w/ pornographer-librarian Megan Butcher!
Toronto: Sat. July 22, 8 pm. Art Bar in the Gladstone Hotel (1214 Queen St. W.) w/ teller of goofy tales Mike Bryant!

Please check it out! Jesse is a fantastic rapper, and it should be a cool crowd and a nice evening. Plus it will all be over early enough for you to get up to whatever hijinx you might want to get up to late into the night, or for you to be in bed to get up early the next day!

I cross-posted this like a woman in love, which I am.

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Poster:killmattcugini
Date:2005-11-23 15:18
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<a href='http://www.myspace.com/readyaimfire'><img src="http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y181/juliem07/raf3.gif"></a>

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Poster:polaris1087
Date:2005-08-18 12:32
Subject:Vegoose, anyone?
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http://www.bandbuilder.com/vegoose/index.php?ref_code=F66335

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Poster:thirsty4love
Date:2005-08-09 10:14
Subject:Show in September
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Hi I'm working publicity for JFC's Gavin show, just wanted to post this here to inform you all:

Gavin DeGraw will be appearing at St. John Fisher College on September 30th. Tickets go on sale August 22nd on musictoday.com and September 7th on the Fisher campus. Doors open at 8 and the show starts at 9.
Also appearing is Low Millions. Tickets from the previously scheduled show will not be accepted. More info can be found at: http://home.sjfc.edu/campuslife/springevent.asp

Or post in my journal or email me for more info: eed0918@sjfc.edu

Thanks and hope to see you there!!

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Poster:lady_mink
Date:2005-04-22 22:39
Subject:Clubbing Help
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Hey everyone. I'm desperately trying to find a place in Rochester that actually plays house music, not current pop hits spun into techno/dance tracks. Tonic had been the only place I knew of to go, but they're now SoHo. Anyone been there since the change. Is it still the same? Are there are other places to go for what I want?? Thanks for any help.

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Poster:befuddled
Date:2005-03-21 20:35
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This week at the Bug Jar:

Ad Frank and the Fast Easy Women
Thursday March 24th - 8pm
$5 over/$7 under
Be there or be squares.


www.adfrank.com


Ad Frank hails from Boston MA and he is making a small tour this week around the north east. He may be a cross between Radiohead, David Bowie, and I don't know what. There is a track from his new album linked through the site above.


If you need any more convincing (discussion or more music to decide), you can IM me: DreygenFli
or email: dreygenfli@hotmail.com .. If anything, just come down for a fun evening at the Bug Jar!

The BugJar
219 Monroe Avenue
Rochester, NY 14607

Sorry if you fall victim to my cross-post.

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Poster:tryingtoevolve
Date:2005-03-07 15:44
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please tune in to hear live interviews on wrub radio this week:

monday 6 - 7 p.m. clearmotive!
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wednesday 6 - 7 p.m. jinxed!
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friday 6 - 7 p.m. invisible choir!
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call the station at (716) 645-3405 or im us at WRUBreq

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Poster:tryingtoevolve
Date:2005-02-21 09:58
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please tune into my show live on the internet on wrub radio for three excellent interviews with three superb musicians from 6 to 7 p.m. on monday, wednesday and friday this week. you can call the station at (716) 645-3405 or contact us via AIM with the screen name WRUBreq.
monday


ghost tales!

wednesday

joel baker!

friday

anthony rock!

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Poster:tryingtoevolve
Date:2005-02-04 10:28
Subject:x-posted like crazy.
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please listen to the budgets live on the internet today from 6 - 7 p.m. during my show on wrub radio.

tune in for other great local bands next week (and every monday, wednesday and friday):
mon feb 07 - last days of radio
wed feb 09 - corpus dei
fri feb 11 - kalpana

all you need to do to listen is go to the wrub website and click on the picture to listen to wrub live! [you'll need realplayer in order to listen.] you can contact me and the band in the booth by calling (716) 645-3405 or via aol instant messenger at wrubreq.

*if you're in a band or know someone who is - contact me for information about being on the show.

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Poster:auralminority
Date:2005-01-25 18:36
Subject:music and more etceteras
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Mood:sneezey

udates at Aural Minority

anyone ever seen The Juliet Dagger? they've played many places around the buffalo-area. NO? well, familiarize yrself by way of this interesting read.

and check out the size of these pancakes
bb
and the great Big Business article


whew
other bands of interest
- The Zutons
- Camera Obscura
- Blood Brothers
- Free Moral Agents
- Smoke and Smoke

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Poster:sikosiz
Date:2004-12-09 23:58
Subject:HELLO EVERYONE I LOVE YALL!
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hello, if you could just check out my music at http://www.ajjordan.com i would really appreciate it...thanks!
~Aj

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Poster:wheresyourcoat
Date:2004-11-19 10:56
Subject:nick maynard music.
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Mood: cheerful

hey, my name is nick maynard.
i write and record music by myself,
with one of my many bands, or with misc. friends.

i use this livejournal to post up songs as i finish them.
if you want to hear my music then please add this LJ.

thanks.

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Poster:auralminority
Date:2004-10-18 22:43
Subject:trachtenburg tonight? rasputina in b-lo
Security:Public
Mood: moody

hello...
i think The Trachtenburg Family Slideshow Players were in rochester tonight.
anyone at the show? (the above link is an article with singer Jason)

la la la

and Rasputina will be in buffalo on Saturday, Oct. 23 ... ... ... ... ... ...

ROCK AND ROLL
there's more stuff at Aural Minority

etceteraCollapse )

~nick

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Poster:allbutperfect
Date:2004-10-06 13:26
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Poster:auralminority
Date:2004-10-04 16:42
Subject:SleepStation, MurderByDeath in rochester last night?
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Mood:working

hellohello,

Sleep Station opened for Murder By Death last night at Water Street... anyone there? or have any good WATER STREET stories? also, The Snake The Crown The Cross opened.

leave some feed back here or over at our --
message board

we've got some new content up, like interviews with These Arms Are Snakes, Sleepytime Gorilla Museum and Saul Williams ... blah blah blah, but there's more stuff at Aural Minority like CD reviews of the Good Life, Bjork, Q and not U, and and and Fear Before The March of Flames...

plus,
there's still time
to register for the Equal Vision SIX CD give-away


~nick

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Poster:auralminority
Date:2004-09-30 14:33
Subject:KMFDM Halloween and other shenanigans
Security:Public
Mood:just waking up

hello,
there's a recent interview with joolz from KMFDM on www.auralminority.com ... so, check that out. ALSO, there's a bunch of other articles (All That Remains, Me Without You and all the content from our former site Feeling Anxious)

The direct link to the kmfdm article is...

http://www.auralminority.com/kmfdmnopityforth.html

 

and you can sign up for a prizepack give away, SIX CDS from EQUAL VISION Records.
we've got a message board and stuff coming soon, so, let us know what you think here on our LJ and stop back often.
thanks,

~nick

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Poster:feelinganxious
Date:2004-08-19 15:24
Subject:music website launched... covering lots of stuff, including rochester
Security:Public
Mood:must brush my teeth

hello
we've got a site up
www.feelinganxious.com

AND we joined this community to keep up on Rochester Music. right now the site is under construction, but we have some content up... we have an office in California and an office in Buffalo (think SUNY Fredonia area) AND along with covering bands/tours that come through B-Lo, Cleveland and Toronto, the Rochester area is a focus. especially since i grew up there and am familiar with the area.

so,
we'll keep posts to this community limited to when our site has specific info about rochester-area music... but, just wanted to get the word out and get feedback and stuff like that. so. i dunno. keep us posted on new music and bands and tours so we can check it out, review it, interview them and just continue to support music and local scenes.

also,
we have a prizepack give-away going on at the site,
so check it out and check often...

there's more content coming soon
FEELINGANXIOUS
~this is nicholas

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Poster:allbutperfect
Date:2004-07-06 11:26
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July 9th
Hamlin Beach State Park
All Ages
Bromine, Fallen From The Sky (Orlando, FL), Five Mile Line, Almost Tomorrow, Escape Velocity, Silhouette, and Learing To Be.
$4 tickets, $2 to park (carpool).
Show starts at 5:30 PM.

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Poster:pjonfire
Date:2004-06-28 11:46
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