I'm a little late on this one, sadly -- there's an art/music exhibition/festival-type thing being put on this weekend by the Aurora Picture Show (and curated by Nick Hallett of Harkness A/V), and it, uh, technically started Thursday night with art by cinema experimentalists Brian McClure and Ray Sweeten and continued Friday with a Nautical Almanac/Dynasty Handbag show over at Domy Books. Dang...sorry 'bout that.
Luckily, it's not too late to catch the latter third of the Media Archaeology: Below-Fi festival tonight, Sat., April 21st, over at The Orange Show. Glitchy digital sound maker Tristan Perich will be playing, as well as Big Easy Ninth Ward-dwellers Quintron and Miss Pussycat, who are always entertaining in their bizarro swamptronica boogie kind of way. And the whole thing includes visual stimuli by Brooklynites Mighty Robot A/V.
Anyway, it sounds like it'll be an entertaining deal -- make it on out if you can...
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