Sat 2 Mar 2013 - 2: pm
8pm DJ Ethan Crenson: mixing 78 rpm records (Also between sets)
Ethan Crenson (www.ethancrenson.com) is a collector, preservationist and dj of historical recordings. He organizes and performs in “78 rpm Sundays” at Heathers Bar and “Sweet Sounds at 78 rpm” at Der Kommissar. Also an artist and curator, he is co-founder of Fuse Works a curatorial program which exhibits and promotes artists multiples and editioned work, books, video and digital art. (www.fuse-works.com)
9pm HAM: Psyche folk elecrtro acoustic 4 piece.
10pm the Nu-Sonics: With Alex Sniderman.
“he’s been absorbing Memphis power-pop and 1972’s Lou Reed…illustrating his melodic flair.”—Edd Hurt, Nashville Scene.
11pm Airport Seven:
“Charting a musical spectrum that reaches from 1977 to 2012, Airport Seven provides the best argument yet for disabling your iTunes, shutting off LastFM and otherwise unwiring yourself from the endlessly tweakable contemporary comfort zone of “what-you-think-you-like” in music.”- Sonnyjim, Says Who? http://www.reverbnation.com/airportseven
12am the Scofflaws: A New York-based third wave ska band that debuted in 1988. Wikipedia Known for their rambunctious live shows, technically proficient horn solos and tight arrangements, The Scofflaws were one of the top third wave ska acts of the ’90s and one of the most beloved bands on the now-defunct Moon Ska label.