Wednesday, April 26, 2006

It List: Wednesday 4/26/06

1. Jana Hunter/Inoculist/Washing Machine (Metrognome Collective- Ft. Worth): Another good experimental psych/folk show at Metrognome. From the sound of it, not a lot of people have been going to this place so far. I've got a suggestion. You know how you're always trying to be really hip and shit? Well you should go to Metrognome starting now, before everyone starts doing it, so that you can be cooler than them. Oh yeah, its like 5 bucks and BYOB too. Listen to Jana Hunter's "Theres No Home," and tell me that you don't want to check this show out.

2. The Party w/ Dj Nature (Rubber Gloves-Denton): Nature will be giving out his third mix CD at the party tonight, and he suggests getting there early if you want one. We here at WSJR have both of his other Party mixes, and we rock em like every weekend. Don't go if you aren't into good looking people dancing to good music.


Blogger brandon said...

this will more than likely be Washing Machine's last show til we can find another drummer.

which is infreakinpossible these days.

3:59 PM  
Anonymous washing machine said...

Jon, have you been practicing?

4:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i know some drummers who are alwayas itching to get out and play, i don't know how much time they can put into it though (big boy jobs, you see)

or here's a bad-a idea... just, you know, multi-track some beatboxing and nix the drumming all together..... ladies and gentlemen, we are entering the white-boy beat box era.

4:52 PM  
Anonymous Jennet said...

also tonight,
Subtle / Fog / Jel @ Hailey's.
122 mulberry- Denton Rock City


5:13 PM  
Anonymous zach Carter said...


that sucks

when is the real drummer coming back from south africa :(

5:16 PM  
Anonymous brandon said...

seriously though, ask your friends if they might be interested. some of us have big boy jobs, one even has kids. that's no excuse.

6:29 PM  
Anonymous brandon said...


he might go to taiwan and austrailia, or he might come back. we're not counting on him.

6:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fog is way cool.

6:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

right on... i'll spread the word that you guys are lookin for a skinnist

7:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i hear that guy from hagfish is looking for a new gig.

8:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

what's he now? 50?

11:25 AM  
Anonymous brandon said...

well...if anyone knows anyone my email is

or send a msg to the bands page here

1:07 PM  
Blogger james said...

washing machine was awesome last night.

the sheer tonnage of their equipment on the stage was exhilarating.

5:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How was Fog??? Anyone??? I absolutely would have been there if Jana Hunter wasn't playing the Metrognome that night. I think she would have done the same, given our mutual love for the man.

Thus spake URn.

7:47 AM  
Anonymous brandon said...

we f'ed up so many times it was just funny...but, yeah it went okay. the worst so far though. but, all in all, i like that place the best.

10:52 AM  
Blogger kidko said...

Actually, i thought Subtle/Fog/Jel was the in-thing. The show rocked.

Fog was a lot more... um band-like than i'd expected. But i didn't know what to expect, actually. They totally rocked though. Bass player looks funny.

It was the most worthwhile drive home from Denton in a long time.

3:47 PM  

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