Moviate has been hosting shows for indie, avant-garde, and underground musicians and bands. Live music events have been at great DIY venues such as Little Amps, Makespace, HMAC, Der Maennerchor and other great spots. Contact us if you are looking for a spot to play, we hope we can help out or point you in the right direction!

MOUNTAINS (from NYC) with special guest EUPHORIC DIMENSIONS, doors at 7:30pm.

MOUNTAINSwebDate:
02.15.2013 7:30pm
Venue/Location:
moviate at LITTLE AMPS COFFEE ROASTERS

FROM NYC:
MOUNTAINS

great review from VILLAGE VOICE: http://blogs.villagevoice.com/music/2013/01/mountains_brooklyn_centralia...

(amazing mix of ambient and acoustic bliss)

Mountains - Living Lens from Thrill Jockey Records on Vimeo.

WITH special Guest: EUPHORIC DIMENSIONS

SHOW STARTS at 8PM (Early show, done by 10PM)

AT LITTLE AMPS COFFEE ROASTERS, 1836 Green St. Harrisburg

(not affiliated with MMC events)

BEN MILLER (of M3, Destroy All Monsters, Sproton Layer) Second of Two different shows! JAN. 31st, 2013

benmillerdegen1 polaDate:
01.31.2013 8:00pm
Venue/Location:
moviate at THE MAKESPACE

A special two show series with BEN MILLER (of M3, Destroy All Monsters, Sproton Layer).

http://benjaminmiller.bandcamp.com/album/eyelands-under-eyelid

Ben Miller/degeneration: Miller's solo performance explores the "prepared guitar" as a form of auditory degeneration. The guitar is placed on its back with its six strings strung about one fifth below standard tuning. The strings are occasionally "prepared" with small clamps, large paperclips, ace bandage fasteners, and other found objects. A conventional guitar pick is almost never used. The strings are primarily excited by fingers and hands while using/abusing various metal slides, combs, springs, screws and bolts, a lint trap, a restaurant-style salt shaker, touching the strings against the pickups, a violin bow, an eBow, etc. with the occasional addition of electronics i.e. an Electroharmonix Big Muff Distortion and Frequency Analyzer, a stereo Boss Delay unit and the liberal use of a Bigsby tailpiece. Besides sounds generated by the strings, the instrument also makes use of string-sounds below the bridge, above the nut, and sounds from the guitar body itself. The neck and frets are almost never used as "a neck with frets". The instrument (a deconstructed Gibson Kalamazoo) has two humbucker pickups and two contact pickups (one on the headstock and one on the body). First constructed in 1982, "The Zoo" was converted to stereo by placing the second pickup facing down over the first fret by means of tinker toys and a strip of metal.

more on Ben Miller here: http://www.benmiller.info/index.html

BEN MILLER (of M3, Destroy All Monsters, Sproton Layer) One of Two different shows! plus THESE SEEDS.

benmillerarchtop polaDate:
01.30.2013 8:00pm
Venue/Location:
moviate at THE MAKESPACE

A special two show series with BEN MILLER (of M3, Destroy All Monsters, Sproton Layer).

For this evenings performance, Miller will sport a 1960’s Silvertone archtop guitar, which he installed two Tiesco single coil pickups split to stereo similar to early Gretch guitars. Unlike his degeneration prepared multiphonic guitar work that he has focused on for the past 15 years, this music is mellow, near-Tonal sounding, and with few electronics http://benjaminmiller.bandcamp.com/album/a-ripple-in-the-air He will also read from his recently published novel ON THE BRINK http://www.benmiller.info/art.html

plus a cool mix of ambient music and spoken word by THESE SEEDS:

7:30pm at The Makespace, all-ages, $5 suggested donation.

BELLOWS return to Harrisburg, with SKOGEN and VULCANS, playing at MAKESPACE

Screen shot 2012 12 22 at 6.40.21 PM polaDate:
01.25.2013 7:00pm
Venue/Location:
moviate at THE MAKESPACE

BELLOWS! (from New York)

with VULCANS (local faves) and SKOGEN (from Budapest, Hungary)

doors at 7pm with The Vulcans too!

BELLOWS, great band from NY, listen here: http://bellows.bandcamp.com/

watch here:

reviews...:

"A delicate sound, a warm embrace... bursts of sharp sensation penetrate the cozy, experimental folk. I'm guessing you'll like Bellows" - Knox Road

"It doesn't sound like it was recorded underwater with your Dad's old camcorder like some "Lofi" artists... Songs are sung low and almost in a mumble, the instruments utilize natural acoustics and reverb, the words are important and tell the tale of life with clever wordplay, very Antifolk. Every element of the songs presented is intimate (even when distant), especially the vocal which in songs like "Tiny or Tall?" stays subtle and personal while the production seems to breathe with growth and evolution." - Cincinnati Examiner

"The band starts most songs off on a pretty standard foot with sweet hooks, melodies, and all the trimmings -- then switch gears about 3/4 of the way through, over filling the composition with more tracks, more kinds of instruments, and sometimes sets the whole shebang at a wobbly, loping pace. Is the off tempo instrumentation an accident of recording, or intentional? There are definitely some gems here, and the maximalist funkiness will give you something to chew over." - QRO Magazine

ROMANTIC STATES, GRAPH RABBIT, SMOKE BELLOW live at Little Amps, Friday January 11th, 2013

graphrabbitposterWEBDate:
01.11.2013 7:00pm
Venue/Location:
moviate at LITTLE AMPS COFFEE ROASTERS

FRIDAY JANUARY 11th, 2013:

from NYC, GRAPH RABBIT with ROMANTIC STATES (from Baltimore) and SMOKE BELLOW (from Baltimore) LIVE AT LITTLE AMPS!

All-Ages, Little Amps Coffee will be available, 7PM.

$5 suggested donation (goes to visiting musicians)

Graph Rabbit

Romantic States

Smoke Bellow

KAKI KING at the MIDTOWN SCHOLAR BOOKSTORE (presented by GreenbeltEvents and MOVIATE)

kakiPOSTERtlcBIGwebDate:
11.15.2012 7:00pm
Venue/Location:
MIDTOWN SCHOLAR BOOKSTORE

KAKI KING

with special guest LADY LAMB THE BEEKEEPER (from Portland, Maine)

at THE MIDTOWN SCHOLAR, 1302 N. 3rd St.

$15 cover, ALL-AGES, BUY TICKETS HERE

TICKETS ALSO AVAILABLE AT LITTLE AMPS COFFEE (Green and Meunch St.) and all 3 locations of 717 Tattoo!

Doors: 07:00 PM Starts: 07:30 PM

in association with GreenbeltEvents

Hailed by Rolling Stone as “a genre unto herself,” Kaki King is a true iconoclast, a visionary musician/artist whose singular work rightly stands out amongst the easily formatted. Over her decade-long career thus far, the Brooklyn-based guitarist/composer has recorded five extraordinarily diverse and distinctive LPs, performed with such icons as Foo Fighters, Timbaland, and The Mountain Goats, contributed to a variety of film and TV soundtracks (spanning Golden Globe-nominated work on Sean Penn’s Into The Wild to scoring – and appearing in as guitar-playing hand double – the acclaimed 2007 drama, August Rush), and played to ever-growing audiences on innumerable world tours. Each twist and veer marked the turning of a page, another step forward on a truly exceptional musical path. Beginning with 2002’s Everybody Loves You – to date, her only fully acoustic guitar recording – King has expanded and reconceived the role of the solo instrumental artist, constantly kicking at the boundaries of what’s expected.

Glow, her groundbreaking new Velour Music Group release, is both indescribable and definitive, an evocative, exuberant collection of genre agnostic soundscapes, rich with wit, theme, and inspired invention. From the chamberesque “Great Round Burn” through the propulsive, Celtic-colored “King Pizel,” the album embraces a doggedly naturalist production ethos to showcase King’s protean songwriting and mesmeric fretboard genius. While her emblematic usage of imaginative tunings, rare instruments, and idiosyncratic percussive techniques are all featured to their fullest effect, the undeniable lodestar of Glow is Kaki King’s remarkable, reverberant guitar.

“This is a guitar record,” she says. “This is the sound of a person playing guitar. Whatever additions we made, the fundamental of this record is still one person playing a guitar. That’s who I am.”

Glow marks a kind of artistic reboot for King, whose most recent recordings integrated traditional songcraft, additional musicians, and her own vocal stylings, all in pursuit of her tenaciously individualistic sonic vision. Though critically acclaimed, the release of 2010’s band-oriented Junior was followed by a self-described “existential crisis.” Thrown by the unplanned directions her life and music had taken, King was suddenly hesitant of the way forward.

“A lot of life happened between this record and the last one,” she says. “There was a lot of serious doubt, a lot of fear, wondering if I wanted to do this anymore. I didn’t know if being a musician was how it was going to be for me. I’ve been playing guitar since I was 4 years old, I’ve known no other life, so the question became, is this really what I’m going to spend the rest of my life doing?”

A worldwide solo tour proved just the ticket for clearing her head and restoring her perspective. Dubbed “The Traveling Freak Guitar Show Tour,” the international trek – which saw King accompanied onstage only by a scope of esoteric stringed instruments – allowed the prodigious guitarist to reconnect with her symbiotic musical partner.

“I thought, okay, let’s go back to what we know,” King says, “and what we know how to do is play guitar. That’s where I’ve always been able to shine, for myself, without any doubts.”

In March 2012, King paid a visit to Casa Chica, Incubus guitarist Mike Einziger’s Malibu home studio. With “very little concept other than I wanted to play guitar,” she laid down an intriguing series of solo tracks and demos. Upon her return home, King considered how best to proceed. Having previously worked with such highly regarded producers as Malcolm Burn and John McEntire, this time she simply hoped to find a sympathetic mixer/ engineer, someone who had “the ability to find and create magical sounds.” Enter D. James Goodwin, producer, engineer, mixer, and owner of the residential Woodstock, NY studio, The Isokon. An early playback of Behold! This Dreamer by Thieving Irons, an album featuring her frequent collaborator Dan Brantigan and engineered by Goodwin, convinced King that she had found her collaborative partner.

“I could tell that this guy heard things that I never could,” she says.

In the weeks leading up the sessions, King was contacted by the acclaimed New York- based string quartet, ETHEL, wondering if she might like to work with them sometime in the distant future.

“Classical performance programs are usually set up two years in advance,” King explains, “so I said, ‘How about we do something together now?’

Armed with a like-minded co-producer, a gifted string quartet, and a fistful of intriguing new songs, King headed to bucolic Woodstock in mid-May. The Isokon proved an ideal working environment and Goodwin, a genuinely simpatico collaborator. King set to work in as spontaneous and organic a fashion as possible, consciously placing few impediments on the creative flow.

“Our attitude was, let’s just start,” King says. “Let’s not discuss. Let’s just pick up something and see where it takes us. And that took us places that were very unexpected.”

Inspiration flowed from an array of influences and ideas. “Cargo Cult” and the kinetic “Kelvinator, Kelvinator” see King exploring the “uncharted territory” of Open D minor tuning, while a number of other tracks were born of the “tiny, bright sound” created by her treasured Veillette Gryphon High 12. King declares the high-strung 12-string guitar to be “a songwriting machine. I want to make a whole record with that little guy. It’s almost like you sit down with it and things just come out underneath your fingers.”

While her concentration was firmly aimed towards her guitar, King is also personally responsible for Glow’s complete sonic scrum, including all percussion. Also present are such creative colorings as bagpipes, string arrangements, and the occasional bass part (played by Goodwin). Notably absent is her characteristic vocalizing, though their exclusion is less by design than by the demands of the material.

“Vocals just didn’t write themselves,” King says. “If something had spoken to me, we would have set up a vocal mic immediately, but it just didn’t and it would have interfered with the process to try and force it.”

Glow finishes on an intriguingly somber note with “March Slav,” a haunting piece inspired by Goodwin and King’s mutual fascination with Russian history and the Soviet aesthetic, its title of course borrowed from Tchaikovsky. That closing nod to the great Russian composer points to King’s emerging interest in contemporary classical and new music. Future plans include teaming with ETHEL on an upcoming Bach performance, while Pulitzer Prize-winning composer David Lang has commissioned her to write a piece for a series he’ll be curating at Carnegie Hall.

Having spent the last decade restlessly adventuring, the afterglow of Glow finds Kaki King considerably more settled, though no less curious and artistically ambitious. Always a resolutely freethinking musician, a new and vast range of possibilities seems to have opened up for the ever-evolving, always unconventional King.

“For a long time I wondered, how am I going to have a normal life, how am I going to be an adult, and still write good music,” she says. “The answer came from not worrying about it. I’m just not going to argue with the muse anymore.”

STEVEN SEVERIN to peform live to "VAMPYR" by CARL THEODOR DREYER, November 14th

VAMPYRpostingwebDate:
11.14.2012 8:00pm
Venue/Location:
Schnader Theater at F&M College

STEVEN SEVERIN performs LIVE to "VAMPYR" by Carl Theodore Dreyer.

LIVE ORIGINAL SCORE by STEVEN SEVERIN (founding member and bass player for Siouxsie and the Banshees)

At the Schnader Theater, Lancaster (633 College Avenue)
8pm, $10. TICKETS AVAILABLE: HERE

LIVING SCREEN plays a live original score to "THE PHANTOM CARRIAGE"! at the NED SMITH CENTER for NATURE and ART

phantom Carriage Poster 2webDate:
11.10.2012 7:30pm
Venue/Location:
Ned Smith Center for Nature and Art

THE LIVING SCREEN perform an original score to "THE PHANTOM CARRIAGE" at THE NED SMITH CENTER for NATURE AND ART (Millersburg, PA)
TICKETS AVAILABLE: HERE

The last person to die on New Year’s Eve before the clock strikes twelve is doomed to take the reins of Death’s chariot and work tirelessly collecting fresh souls for the next year. So says the legend that drives The Phantom Carriage (Körkarlen), directed by the father of Swedish cinema, Victor Sjöström. The story, based on a novel by Nobel Prize winner Selma Lagerlöf, concerns an alcoholic, abusive ne’er-do-well (Sjöström himself) who is shown the error of his ways, and the pure-of-heart Salvation Army sister who believes in his redemption. This extraordinarily rich and innovative silent classic (which inspired Ingmar Bergman to make movies) is a Dickensian ghost story and a deeply moving morality tale, as well as a showcase for groundbreaking special effects.

Color Tinted, 1921, 106 minutes.

Ned Smith Center for Nature and Art is located at 176 Water Company Road in Millersburg, PA 17061

Still Sweet (from Philadelphia) and The Plat Maps (from Pittsburgh) live at the MAKESPACE!

stillsweetharpDate:
10.23.2012 7:30pm
Venue/Location:
moviate at THE MAKESPACE

Tuesday October 23rd, 2012

from Philadelphia
STILL SWEET

and THE PLAT MAPS (from Pittsburgh)

STILL SWEET, LISTEN:

THE PLAT MAPS, LISTEN:

Still Sweet (formerly Scallion) is the main songwriting and recording project of Edible Onion founder and multi- instrumentalist, Darian Scatton. Darian's music is amorphous and hard to pin down, ever-changing and shifting in color and tone at the whims of its creator. The recordings are usually comprised of sounds created with whatever instruments happen to be lying around at the time.

7-9pm, admission by donation ($5 suggested, goes to visiting musicians). all ages.

GLENN JONES live score to "STEAMBOAT BILL JR." and "THE RIVER" OUTDOOR EVENT!

steamboatGLENN72Date:
06.30.2012 8:00pm
Venue/Location:
Ned Smith Center for Nature and Art

GLENN JONES will return on JUNE 30th to perform live to "THE RIVER" and a new performance to "STEAMBOAT BILL JR.".

OUTDOORS at the NED SMITH CENTER for NATURE AND ART in MILLERSBURG, PA

7:30PM (live music set by Lost Companion)

8:30PM "THE RIVER" on 16mm with LIVE MUSIC accompaniment

9PM: BUSTER KEATON'S "STEAMBOAT BILL JR." WITH A WORLD PREMIERE OF A LIVE ORIGINAL SCORE by GLENN JONES with LAURA BAIRD

TICKETS AVAILABLE ONLINE: http://nedsmithcenter.ticketleap.com/steamboatbilljr/

$10 ($8 for Ned Smith Members).
RAIN OR STARSHINE (will be sheltered and outdoors!)

SOUND INSTALLATION: 12-5PM with THESE SEEDS (ambient loops and drones)

theseseedspolaDate:
04.14.2012 12:00pm
Venue/Location:
moviate

COME CELEBRATE THE FINAL DAYS of the MANTIS GALLERY SPACE and the 15th YEAR ANNIVERSARY of MOVIATE with a unique SOUND INSTALLATION created by THESE SEEDS.

THESE SEEDS will create a series of live loops and drones filling the gallery space with ambient and textured sounds and music from 12NOON until 5PM.

http://theseseeds.bandcamp.com/

FREE.

BELLOWS (from NY) live at MOVIATE, with SELAH.SELAH too! Wednesday April 4th, 2012

bellowsDate:
04.04.2012 7:30pm
Venue/Location:
moviate

from NY: BELLOWS, live in the mantis gallery at Moviate

check out his sounds: http://bellows.bandcamp.com/releases

"Bellows is Oliver Kalb, they are a band that writes and records around New York state. the first Bellows record is called As If To Say I Hate Daylight. it was self-released in august 2011.

its sound is delicate but erupts with frantic wobbling drums and large orchestral sections that defy the limitations of conventional pop and folk. bellows is meant to be encouraging."

WITH SELAH.SELAH: http://bandcamp.selahselah.com/

more on selah.selah here: http://www.last.fm/music/selah.selah

7:30 DOORS, 8pm show.

$5 donation, at Moviate, 1306 n. 3rd st. Harrisburg

OPEN SOUNDINGS: collaborate, share, make noise, connect. Sunday April 1st, 1PM FREE

john cage sheet musicDate:
04.01.2012 1:00pm
Venue/Location:
moviate

OPEN SOUNDINGS:

Open soundings is not like a traditional open mic.

It's an open time/forum for sharing more experimental, indie, underground, avant-garde audio creations.

Bring a recording to share, bring an instrument to play, play a new song you just wrote, collaborate with others on making some interesting noises and music.

Moviate will provide a PA system (w/ one DI box, two mics, one mic stand), you bring the noisemakers...

FREE

1PM, Sunday APRIL 1st, 2012

in the Mantis Gallery at Moviate, 1306 n. 3rd st. harrisburg.

BEN MILLER (of Destroy All Monsters, M3, Sproton Layer) plays live to FILMS! plus ONEWAYNESS live!

benmillerlivesetupDate:
03.30.2012 8:00pm
Venue/Location:
moviate

BEN MILLER (from nyc, of Sproton Layer, M3, Destroy All Monsters) will be playing live music to original films and videos including a new collaborative film on 16mm/S-8mm film by Caleb Smith.

plus a set by ONEWAYNESS (from ERIE, PA)

listen here: http://onewayness.bandcamp.com/

doors at 7:30, show at 8pm, $5 donation. at moviate

SHROUDED STRANGERS! Live at Moviate, FRIDAY MARCH 9th, 2012

SHROUDEDposterFINALDate:
03.09.2012 8:00pm
Venue/Location:
moviate

LEGENDARY EAST/WEST COAST VIA PA VIRGINIA PSYCH-POP GROUP:

THE SHROUDED STRANGERS

nice review by IMPOSE TV:
http://www.imposemagazine.com/tv/the-shrouded-strangers-featherbed

Equal Parts "Sue Me Jack" and "Engelbert Slaptyback (minus the Bert and Slaptyback, but add ,Scott)", The Shrouded Strangers conjure more than potions, more summer-y mental montage memory emotions, while holding a favorite beverage tight in hand.

WITH SPECIAL GUEST:
DJ TRASHCAN spinning 45's ranging from Garage to Soul, British Invasion to Oddball Dancehall!

8PM.

ALL AGES (we dare you).

$= a suggested $5 donation helps the visiting artist.

 

LITTLE SPOON with SPORTS and THESE SEEDS... LIVE at MOVIATE, 7:30 doors, Wednesday March 7th

littlespoon 1Date:
03.07.2012 7:30pm
Venue/Location:
moviate

LITTLE SPOON (dreamy psych-gaze... from BOSTON)

and SPORTS (from ROCHESTER, NY)

plus THESE SEEDS (from YORK, PA)

play live at MOVIATE:

info on LITTLE SPOON:

http://www.reverbnation.com/littlespoon

amd on BANDCAMP:

http://littlespoon.bandcamp.com

info on SPORTS:

http://www.reverbnation.com/thebandsports

and on BANDCAMP:

http://thebandsports.bandcamp.com/

info on THESE SEEDS:

http://theseseeds.bandcamp.com/

DOORS at 7:30, MUSIC at 8PM.

ALL AGES, $5 donation to visiting musicians.

at moviate, 1306 n. 3rd st. harrisburg

IVORY WEEDS (PITT), DEAN CERCONE (pitt.), and HEART'S IN THE MUD live at MOVIATE, Thursday FEB 23rd.

ivoryweedsDate:
02.23.2012 7:00pm
Venue/Location:
moviate

from Pittsburgh: IVORY WEEDS, DEAN CERCONE,

and from Harrisburg, HEART'S IN THE MUD live at MOVIATE.

listen to IVORY WEEDS: http://ivoryweeds.bandcamp.com/

listen to DEAN CERCONE: http://deancercone.bandcamp.com/

read about IVORY WEEDS:

PITTSBURGH CITY PAPER ARTICLE: http://www.pittsburghcitypaper.ws/pittsburgh/dean-cercone-and-ivory-weeds-look-in-from-the-outside/Content?oid=1493456

PITTSBURGH MAGAZINE ARTICLE: http://www.pittsburghmagazine.com/Pittsburgh-Magazine/January-2012/The-Beat-Ivory-Weeds/

plus... from HARRISBURG:
ChrisCallanPearson

ALL AGES, doors at 7:00pm, $5 admission.

at moviate, 1306 n. third st. harrisburg.

YELLOWBIRDS! Intimate venue, first time to Harrisburg! w/ BANNERS AND FLOATS (from Hbg), and THE PLAT MAPS (From Pittsburgh)

sam cohen yellowbirds2Date:
02.18.2012 8:00pm
Venue/Location:
moviate

YELLOWBIRDS at MOVIATE:

PITCHFORK REVIEW: 7.7/10,

http://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/15077-the-color/

facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/253366451404178/

Yellowbirds is the moniker for the latest musical exploits of Sam Cohen—guitarist/songwriter/vocalist in the psychedelic collective Apollo Sunshine. Cohen grew up in Houston, Texas, and while the Texas of his teens may have been home to Big Oil, Enron, the Bush family, and the drab grey Astros jerseys of the 90s, he prefers to think of it as the Texas of yore, home to: Roy Orbison, Buddy Holly, the Space Program, and rainbow orange Astros jerseys. It stands to reason, then, that his current home of New York City must be the mythical Empire City: Rocky Mountains of architecture, epicenter of modern art, home to Charles Mingus and The Velvet Underground.

It was with these timeless inspirations in mind that Sam Cohen created Yellowbirds' The Color. Double-speed auto-harp glissandos, glowing backwards pedal steel, bubbling echo and fuzz guitars coalesce into a warm wall of sound. As existential lyrical themes emerge, delivered over psyched-out aural landscapes, the picture emerges of a dust-blown, 4th dimensional Future West. This is Cohen's quixotic world where "only the purist tones can be heard."

With BANNERS AND FLOATS (from Hbg)

and THE PLAT MAPS (from Pittsburgh)

ALL AGES, doors at 7:30, show at 8pm

cost: $8

at MOVIATE, 1306 n. 3rd st. Harrisburg

VICTOR VILLARREAL (Cap'n Jazz, Owls, Joan of Arc, etc.) solo show at MOVIATE, FEB. 11th (doors at 8pm)

jnr84 0Date:
02.11.2012 8:00pm
Venue/Location:
moviate
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 11th, 2012

Victor Villarreal (Cap'n Jazz, Owls, Joan of Arc, etc.)

Victor Villarreal is perhaps best known as the mastermind guitarist behind Cap'n Jazz - a band which has, in no small way, helped shape the evolution of indie rock. A Chicago native, Victor's high school band has influenced a shit-ton of bands, and channeled fist-pumping energy into just about every angsty emo/punk kid for the last decade. Post-Cap'n Jazz, Victor has played in amazing bands like Owls, Ghosts & Vodka, and most recently, Joan of Arc.

Victor Villarreal is widely considered to be one of the most inventive and cutting-edge guitarists of modern indie rock. His unique guitar style includes elements of classical, spanish, indie and even metal. Victor is in a world all his own. And unless a cantaloupe is involved, he is probably unaware of it. That is to say: Victor's intentions are ingenuous, and his art is pure.
(supporting his new album Invisible Cinema: http://www.joyfulnoiserecordings.com/catalog/jnr84)

VICTOR VILLARREAL - Enters from Mitch Fillion (southernsouls.ca) on Vimeo.

LISTEN: http://www.joyfulnoiserecordings.com/mp3/jnr84.mp3
with Meryll
http://www.meryll.net/
http://www.myspace.com/meryll

doors at 8pm, all-ages,

$5 donation goes to visiting musicians,
this will be an intimate show in an art gallery.

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