[H&R] BIG art party bash this Friday night at Chop Suey
beth at thefrankagency.org
Thu Mar 23 03:11:12 PST 2006
Hey friends -
Come party at Chop Suey this Friday, March 24th in honor of DJ Tamara's
DJ Tamara B-Day party / Multimedia Arts Festival
Degenerate Art Ensemble
Jacob London (get there early, they're up to something)
KRNL.PANIC aka Rama & DJ Freddy King of Pants -Mashup set
Live roaming improvising musicians ***including yours truly and
other wackos from the Monktail Creative Music Concern***
hot guest photographers
art pranks and modern dance
$5 / 9 pm doors / Friday March 24th / Chop Suey
There's more info below if you want to familiarize yourself with these
Tamara is a FANTASTIC gal and deserves much celebration - so come get
Hope to see you!
> One of Seattle’s most accomplished DJs will celebrate her 30th
> birthday in style with a multimedia art and music festival at Chop
> Suey on Friday, March 24th.
> Tamara Weikel, best known as DJ Tamara, was one of the first women to
> step up to the turntables in Seattle. A longstanding staple of the
> local electronica scene and graduate of Cornish College of the Arts,
> Weikel has been credited with inspiring a decade of female DJs. She is
> best known for touring with Ani DiFranco and Maceo Parker, and has
> held residencies at the Art Bar, Groovetech, and The Triple Door. She
> moonlights as an experimental musician and composer when she’s not
> working the decks, and was recently featured in the book “Virtual
> Music” (Routledge Publishing) for her contributions to the history of
> music on the internet.
> Degenerate Art Ensemble bring their eclectic blend of butoh,
> avant-garde rock, and multimedia performance to the intimate setting.
> Reggie Watts, in addition to hosting the evening, will playing an
> exclusive set of his unique blend of comedy and vocal improvisation.
> Best known in Seattle as the front man for local band Maktub and the
> go-to guy for collaboration, Reggie’s stand-up is garnering attention
> nationwide and has sold out the Triple Door several times.
> Jacob London (Bob Hansen and Dave Pezzner) have been playing with
> Tamara since their days as live duo Vitus Dance. Widely considered to
> be the hottest house music producers in the city, a performance by the
> two is a rare and precious thing for Seattle's electronic community.
> They've promised a surprise worthy of such an occasion, and have kept
> it tightly under wraps, implying only that people who don't show up
> for their opening set will miss out on their most interesting
> performance of the year.
> The aforementioned co-headliners will be joined by Seattle’s hottest
> mashup Djs (KRNL.PANIC and DJ Freddy King of Pants), roaming
> improvising musicians from the Monktail Creative Music Concern, hot
> guest photographers, and art pranks and modern dance from other
> Cornish alumni.
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