Fantastical Music at Spectrum – 9/21

Music and performance of the most beautiful, narrative variety, unfolds at The Super Coda this Friday.
Spectrum is located at 121 Ludlow st., 2nd fl.
9p – late
$5-15 suggested donation for performers
Beer/wine available by donation

FEATURING: Household Tales, Yva Las Vegass, M Lamar, Adrienne Anemone, SUSPENSERS

Household Tales: A modern spin on the beloved brothers Grimm. With Will and David Spritzler on guitars and tales, Sean Ali on bass, Amos Fisher on clarinet, Lathan Hardy on sax, and Tim Shortle on hand drum. http://www.myspace.com/householdtales

Yva Las Vegass: (in her own words) Venezuelan born and Seattle native, who finally came to New York (home).
My first gig was in the 2nd grade, have not stopped doing it since.
Mixing venezuelan folkloric music, the torch of boleros from exitos 1090 de mi infancia , splattered with punk rock, electronica and, yes, grunge ( I lived and played during the 90s (with Nirvana to boot)). With years of experience playing for people, I strive to form a channel of communication with my audiences that eliminates the language barriers, leaving only the pure unadulterated emotion to do the talking. I have come all this way…might as well keep on going.
There’s much more to say really, but I’m watching something on Netflix.
http://soundcloud.com/yuvalasvegass

M Lamar: Lamar holds and trills his guttural utterances with the marvelous fortitude and surety of a Nina Simone or a Patty Waters. Wearing his blackademia on his form-fitted leather sleeves with equally tight-ass jeans, Lamar places the listener into often uncomfortable situations. I thought at times, bloody black fetuses might climb out of the piano’s guts, slither downstage, sit and stare accusingly at me. Like Kara Walker, or David Hammons, Lamar confronts with history, shuns with narrative, pricks our noses with shameless recall, all the while smiling, his eyes turned to the floor, waiting….
www.mlamar.com

A performance by Adrienne Anemone: http://www.reverbnation.com/adrienneanemone

SUSPENSERShttp://www.weemsnet.com/

A short story by Zola Wagner, shamelessly requesting your presence.

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