Wednesday, July 19, 2006

It List: 7/19/06

Sorry, gotta be brief today. Its not a big loss, however, because the only things going on tonight involve three of the best DJs in town, doing what they normally do. Therefore, everyone should already know about them, and should already be planning on going.



DJ Nature will be doing The Party at Rubber Gloves tonight, and it will be his last time do so for a few weeks, as he will be on tour. The always great $elect will be joining him.


Also, the Axis guys will have DJ G spinning records over @ Hailey's. He'll be playing all kinds of different stuff, but apparently will skip out on his usual 80's house and electro.


More to come later this evening.

14 Comments:

Anonymous Delmore said...

TONITE @ ART SIX (FREE)
8PM

Sarah Reddington!
New Science Projects!
Dust from 1000 Years!
Otis & The Rufies!

4:38 PM  
Blogger stonedranger said...

oh cool... missed that one. And where is Art 6? I forgot.

4:40 PM  
Anonymous Delmore said...

Art Six
424 Bryan St
Denton, TX

Google map link above!

Dust from 1000 Years & Otis & the Rufies are both from Indiana!

Dust sounds pretty damn promising

4:43 PM  
Anonymous Carlin said...

More art in Oak Cliff tonight:

"art with a view
presenting Tango Study
photographic works by Gisela Borghi

Opening Reception at the Belmont Hotel 901 Fort Worth Ave
wednesday, July 19, 2006 - 7 to 10pm"

Art shows = free booze

7:02 PM  
Blogger stonedranger said...

yeah, we're actually talking with a couple different people about adding a regular art shows list/reviews each week. We'll probably start that some time in August.

7:06 PM  
Anonymous M-. said...

Art!

I love this site:

http://www.glasstire.com

8:31 PM  
Anonymous iD said...

big art show Friday at Mockingbird station. Can the Dallas trend crowd handle the ethereal drone of the Zanzibar Snails?

9:48 PM  
Blogger stonedranger said...

yeah, that should be a good one.

11:21 PM  
Blogger Zak said...

That Belmont Hotel is a cool joint....

11:48 PM  
Anonymous Delmore said...

Sarah Reddington was great! i think the bass was the only thing that was amplified and the whole set had this gorgeous laid back 'John Wesley Hardin' feel -- jolly good show!

New Science Projects -- I think this guys name is Dale -- he had planned on doing a lot of his songs accompanied by tape loops, a drum machine, and a keyboard -- but something broke and he was forced to play unplugged -- and the performance was all the better for it -- if everything had worked i think the set wouldve been underwhelming -- instead it was golden & raw

Dust from 1000 Years had 4 or 5 songs that were really damn good -- had me grinning several times

Otis, meh.

12:44 AM  
Blogger stonedranger said...

yeah, Belmont is a lot of fun. It sucks that the bar closes at midnight, but its kind of good in a way because it forces you to get your shit together and go out early.

1:41 AM  
Blogger fuzzbuzz said...

Cool art for your peepers:
http://www.dozegreen.com/

7:46 AM  
Anonymous justin said...

art prostitute opening on saturday. its a group show and is gonna kick some serious ass.

7:53 AM  
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