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April 18, 2010 Sunday

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Wowser Bowser, qurious, Tesseract
8:00PM - 1:00AM
Price:  $10
WOWSER BOWSER

"Born in a small cave just outside of Atlanta, GA, Wowser Bowser grew quickly on hatred and Cheetos to eventually become the music monster it is today: a winged beast with razor sharp synth pop claws that put holes in your already pre-ripped skinny jeans and a screeching laser beam vocal blast which has been known to occasionally dematerialize Lady Gaga. Headed by the notoriously fictional Emmet Elias, backed by the Youngest Man Alive, and set to a funky beat by no other than Colonel Chappy von Braun, Wowser Bowser has broken free of its chains and is out looking for blood. Children blood, specifically, so don't bring your children. That is, unless your children are well equipped in medieval armor and American Apparel stupid white tees. When you come (because you ARE coming) expect these things: awesome / stupid awesome / fireworks / sexy / WTF's / sex / loud sounds / soft sounds / primal chanting / rhythmic dancing / a crowd of Eunuchs / a real lion (that's right a REAL LION) / and cookies. Dance Dance Dance! Set your whole head on fire! BOOM! DONE!"



QURIOUS

"Qurious is not so much a band as it is a vessel. A vessel transports you into the dark far reaches of space and back, in an attempt to impart in their listeners a new-found, alien third-person perspective on the world and the infinite natural beauty that surrounds. Such a voyage is fueled through the production of ethereal musical landscapes constructed with hypnotizing vocal melodies, dance inducing synthesizers, and found-samples gathered along the way.

Your guides/abductors for this trek are a duo composed of one part singer/songwriter Catherine Quesenberry with a specialty in vocals, korg, and a secret weapon, and one part Mike Netland, engineer of samples, beats, and robo-phonetics. They’re coming to your planet, to your venues, to your homes. Their songs will draw you in like a sound-wave tractor beam. Don’t be scared though. They’re just Qurious."


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