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August 9, 2005 Tuesday

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Rotton Milk vs. Bubblegum Shitface & Safety Pin,
8:00PM - - -
Price:  $5
In support of TERRY PLUMMING, a nonsense CDR Label and magazine from Chicago that has released over 21 pieces of wierdo obscuro, noise, and
experimental music within the past year.

Stickfigure Presents:

ROTTEN MILK vs Bubblegum Shitface:
Frisky Rabid Noise Opera,lashed bloody by glitchy beats and laid to rest in a heavenly alien synth ship. Rotten Milk vs Bubblegum Shitface create exterior silence and shitfaced noise and shrieks that give cops nervous little woodies and hopeful apes reports from the magical dimensions.
Changing thoughts into sounds. Talking to radios. Magnifying the soft touch. Highly composed by chance. Could the skip become our GMT? Who else is playing clock radio and cymbal with such finesse. They don‚t even taste food, it‚s more like satisfying material. More info @ www.diabolical.org/summertour05/

HTEETH, a crew of cool noisemakers from st. louis who build their own instruments.



maybe:
SAFETY PIN: from the ashes of zany Chicago punk slackers, the English Softhearts, comes the group‚s leadsongwriter/frontman Marc Bubblebath. Marc is without a doubt a dynamic, eccentric performer. He sometimes employs a cheap drum machine, tape loops, or
karaoke tracks to back himself up. Stages conversations with t.v. slop. Self described as Wesley Willis meets David Yow, Safety Pin always keeps it funny and interesting. Plugged into the
absolut neglect, the symbol becomes the object.

there's music and more info at TERRY PLUMMING


BLACKBLACKS, with acclaim ranging from such outlets as a house party in Birmingham to Rome's Unscene magazine, have been creating an underground stir. Past performances at art spaces such as the The Bunker and the Hot-eL, may one day align them with the New York art world. Notorious for their history of aggressive live performances that challenge sound barriers, their music has grown to a state of spatial complexity,
creating a sea of electronic bass tones, alteredvocals,
percussion experimentation and
abstract guitar drones. BlackBlacks has released records on Sounds From The Pocket and Unlimited Supply of Cdr's records.


and This is My Condition.. from Kansas. This Is My Condition is a one man band in which Craig Comstock plays guitar, drums and sings all at the same time. In the tradition of noise rock this music is heavy, tough and intense, while at other times very free and unstructured. This Is My Condition deals in power, spontaneity and passionate lyrics. Coming from a background of experimentation,repetition and angst in Many Series and Black Calvin, Craig takes things in a new direction by going solo and performing on-the-spot improvisations of the same ilk.

doors at 8, program starts at 9:15ish

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