Since releasing ‘First Stone’ last year we’ve been working up quite a bit of material and have enough to begin putting together a proper full length! Our approach will be different this time as we will likely not use a crowdfunding platform to back this recording, though we may consider it for the pressing if […]
“Blessings of the Masses…thou art is subject of the divine…created in the image of man, by the masses…for the masses. Let us be thankful we have an occupation to fill. Work Hard, increase production, prevent accidents and….be happy.”
Following is a collage of clips from Sunday’s early acts. Within are sounds by Will Alexander (solo piano), Denney Joints who did a nice tribute to X and is the only person I’ve heard cover Einsturzende Neubauten. Also a few clips from Zbug who put down a great set of frenetic free jazz vibes with an experimental/industrial element…enjoy this eclectic mix by this representation of Bay Area artists of a wide variety!
EAR SPRAY (ATAP day 2)
I didn’t get to attend days one or two of the event but Ann O’Rourke has uploaded Ear Spray’s set from Saturday 6_4_16 featuring her mind blowing projection work.
You can view coverage of my full set from last years performance HERE!
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We did a video shoot for KMVT (Mountain View) last week which will air on their local television station and then on their youtube channel for future enjoyment. I’ll share the video when it’s available. We had a show the day after our shoot at Winters in Pacifica, here’s a clip from the finale!
Andalusia Rose Live at Winters (Pacifica)
(a bit of the end of ‘Destroyer’)
Our next San Francisco show is with The Electric Arrows at Benders and we look forward to that one, we always have a blast playing there and we cherish what’s left of the San Francisco music scene as far as fun trashy rock and roll bar venues go.
‘Rosie’ assemblage by Wendy Gadzuk gif by Jeff K. check out more of Wendy’s art at www.wendyleegadzuk.com