Monday, February 25, 2008

Monday Morning Rock


WED: Joe Lally/Edie Sedgwick/Tre Orsi (Rubber Gloves)
THU: Prince William Benefit with The Party/Cool Out/Faux Fox/Keith P/Hawatha Hurd/It's What We Get (Sloppyworld)
THU: The Octopus Project/Mt. Righteous (Lola's)
SAT: Built to Spill/Meat Puppets/Helvetia (Ridglea)
SAT: Texas Noise Fest (Red Blood Club)


Anonymous michael said...

The Slow Burners
Daniel Folmer
Sean Kirkpatrick
Dirty Water Disease

J&J's Pizza

Saturday March 1

1:58 AM  
Anonymous chriso))) said...


Clap Party
Last Men (Douche)

Tuesday February 26

Clap Party is some sorta reunion thingy.


8:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A Sorta reunion? OMG!!!

9:57 AM  
Anonymous The dude said...

im going to that damn ole basement show on tuesday cuase a like my ears to ring

10:54 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

11:44 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Saturday, March 1, Strawberry Fields
j.gray 5:pm
corey derden 5:30
emil rapstine 6:00
the heartstring stranglers 6:30
sarah jaffe 7pm.
verulf 7:30
bryce isbell 8pm
zanizbar snails 8:30
the uptown bums 9pm
matas 9:30
florene 10pm
the frenz 10:30

11:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

finally pink were awful on saturday. really really awful. were they wasted?

12:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

yeah lets get a point/counterpoint

1:00 PM  
Anonymous Bummer said...

"No" Shows of Note this week. I guess everything good is coming in a few weeks. SXSW makes up for living in Dallas.

1:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Octopus Project and Mount Righteous is gonna be so awesome.

1:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

yeah lets get a point/counterpoint

1:47 PM  
Anonymous violent squid said...

whoa so did we get bumped from the March 1st Strawberry Fields show and no one tell me???????

2:14 PM  
Anonymous violent squirter said...

How about you contact Strawberry Jam instead of asking anoyms on a blog about your lame band.

3:03 PM  
Anonymous yes said...


3:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i don't think my comment was directed to any anons, but of course i should've expected a dumbass response from a random idiot with nothing better to do. strawberry jam won't know, i don't think they book the shows. oh well. doesn't matter. nevermind.

3:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

texas noise fest sounds pretty sweet.

3:52 PM  
Anonymous tyler said...

friday @ exploding house in ft. worth
Send Help (atx)
Monocles (houston)
Koji Kondo

show @ 8
5 bucks? i think for touring bands

exploding house is a house recently acquired in ft. worth by koji kondo and brickfight. we are using it as a practice space and we are going to have shows there as well. it is at 711 page st. this will be our first show, hopefully it will be cool.

exploding house is also a christian ska rock band from sand springs

3:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I thought the noise scene died along with notes from underground. It seems like any thing less would be uncivilized.

3:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

that's fucking stupid. you'll sound just as fucking lame as a person from before your time stating "i thought the noise scene died with Light Bright Highway" or whatever band from a generation before you that did the same shit.

4:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

3:57 thinks only cool shit happens when they are around to see it. too bad.

4:12 PM  
Anonymous Stawberry Jam said...

Violent Squid is still on the roster for Sat. as far as we are concerned.



Teenage Bees CD release party Friday night!

4:22 PM  
Anonymous 3:57 to 4:10 said...

Well i guess im just as lame as the rest of the noise crap thats going on right now. Notes was a band that had talent i just haven't seen anything comparable (with my taste of noise) since. Sorry to offend you.

**Note** No one was doing the same shit NOTES did

4:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

well 4:12 It seems to follow me

4:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

notes from underground was really one the best things i've ever seen. but to say that a sound or genre dies when a band is gone is just horse shit. there is still plenty and wonderful music going on around here. i think melodica did a damn fine job of showing that off with plenty of color.

5:12 PM  
Anonymous zoe said...

werent notes from the underground post rock?

5:29 PM  
Anonymous talentless said...

notes was not noise
not even close

5:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

genres are stupid

6:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

genres are for spectators

6:11 PM  
Anonymous aaron carlo gonzalez said...

spectators=microscopic potatoes

And, more importantly, come see Tatsuya Nakatani at Kettle Art, Sunday the 2nd.
He is an improv percussionist based in New York with a very unique style.
He will play a solo set and a set with me (Aaron Gonzalez), my brother Stefan, Austin saxophonist Carl Smith, and Kenny Withrow (Tidbits, New Bohemians) on guitar.
The show starts at 7:00 and ends at 10:00 p.m. I suggest you get there on time to see the whole thing.
Please bring donations....we can't formally charge for the event, but he is on the road....whatever money is not made at the door, I will have to pay him myself.
This will also be your last chance to view Sergio Garcia's art show "Formal".
See you there!

7:54 PM  
Anonymous ty said...

I really think that shit is going to be fucking fantastic. I look foward to the possible that people go to that.

8:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Cool shit only happens when I am around to see it. Sorry, but it's true.

10:28 PM  
Anonymous stonedranger said...

that sounds really cool, aaron.

11:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hell yeah, thanks for the Tatsuya Nakatani show, Aaron. That's on my birthday, and I can't think of many birthday presents better than that.

12:02 AM  
Anonymous aaron carlo gonzalez said...

happy birthday, anonymous

12:39 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What's wrong with Prince William? Why is there a benefit show? He's too crunk, isn't he? That's what it is.

7:18 AM  
Anonymous chriso))) said...

"spectators=microscopic potatoes

And, more importantly, come see Tatsuya Nakatani at Kettle Art, Sunday the 2nd."

I think I'm missing something here. That show sounds great though.

8:55 AM  
Anonymous to 7:18am said...

He got robbed. No computer to deejay or create music with.

9:45 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Notes wasn't noise? Other than freejazz, what the fuck else would you say they were?? Calling them post rock is a mindless cop-out.

But regardless of what genre they fell into- they were certainly one of the greatest things to ever happen around north Texas.

3:41 PM  
Anonymous talentless said...

ok how about- notes were loud instrumental music with elements of formualic structure and abstract soundscapes?

maybe free dude jazz jam rock

like a heavy metal phish

would be better

5:12 PM  
Anonymous aaron gonzalez said...

the spectators thing was a bad free-associative pun in response to the sentence "genres are for spectators":
speck (microscopic morsel of some sort)
taters (american colloquial shortening of the word potatoes)
get it?
har har har
the rest of the post was just a show announcement for this week
please come, it'll be awesome!

7:16 PM  
Anonymous mc\'s notes said...

I always said Mogwai goes thrash w/ Peter Brotzmann

8:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

this sucks. notes was great. but the second coming versus the suck ... both wrong. just let a band be a band.

12:09 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

12:09, It's OK, a band can accidentally be the second coming. They really didn't do it on purpose and broke up for no reason anyways. But let them be legends to some. They fucking were.

3:18 PM  
Anonymous chriso))) said...

I was missing something there!

3:45 PM  

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