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23feb8:30PM9:15PMFeaturedJim KnableLeader of The Randy Bandits and Jewbadour to the Unorthodox, sings his songs of love, despair, and solipsistic bliss.8:30PM - 9:15PM Encrypt: YWpHN0hTZlhBSmtFdmJreUxHbTRsaHhldU0wRmdYZGhXRE9BZ2I1RDRKZz0= Encrypt2: aktyUms0bStTbmhsSUpEVS9Ka1h3dz09
You might have seen his off-Broadway plays or read his culture articles, but here expect a songwriter's songwriter's songwriter experience. His deep well of timeless tunes is only surpassed by
You might have seen his off-Broadway plays or read his culture articles, but here expect a songwriter’s songwriter’s songwriter experience. His deep well of timeless tunes is only surpassed by his weekly output of new songs, all of which only furthers the never ending time machine that is Jim Knable.
Jim Knable has been the lead singer-songwriter of The Randy Bandits, The Jewbadour for the Unorthodox Podcast, and his own brand of songwriter since his first album Miles, released in 2000.
(Saturday) 8:30PM - 9:15PM
23feb9:30PM10:15PMFeaturedDeidre StruckJoin Deidre Struck as she plays songs from her recent EP Witten in Stars, (collaboration w/Lumineers bassist Byron Isaacs).9:30PM - 10:15PM Encrypt: UzhzT3dUQ1g5Q0pGRkNRMW1KRW1UUVNZZTFhOGZXamtBRVNDRmVsdCszcz0= Encrypt2: djM2dEkwS0hiZ3dSWTRWNG1naTVuUT09
Pianist/Singer/Songwriter Deidre Rodman Struck hails from Idaho and ran away to join the Big Apple Circus in 1997. She immediately started playing the NYC downtown jazz scene, and was soon
Pianist/Singer/Songwriter Deidre Rodman Struck hails from Idaho and ran away to join the Big Apple Circus in 1997. She immediately started playing the NYC downtown jazz scene, and was soon recording with Elvis Costello, Debbie Harry, and others. After releasing two jazz albums on the esteemed Sunnyside label, she began touring with all female cocktail pop band The Lascivious Biddies. She just released an EP co-Written with Byron Isaacs of Lumineers. facebook.com/tinylanguage. pianogoddess.com
(Saturday) 9:30PM - 10:15PM
"Sam Kogon is equal parts "Mac Demarco Teen Coolness" and "Stuff Your Dad Would Probably Like," - Vice https://youtu.be/RG9Hqqb1Xeo "A sublime patchwork of influence and endeavor, “Psychic Tears” is a dynamic
“Sam Kogon is equal parts “Mac Demarco Teen Coolness” and “Stuff Your Dad Would Probably Like,” – Vice
“A sublime patchwork of influence and endeavor, “Psychic Tears” is a dynamic and exquisitely-produced trip through Kogon’s soulful, endlessly inventive mind – and it might well provide one of 2016’s most bold and valiant excursions.“- GoldFlake PaintVideo:
“I Was Always Talking” Official Music Video – https://www.youtube.com/watch?
v=FJQRI5ed8kI“Don’t Know Now” BTRadio Session: https://youtu.be/c1s2GVHOyYo
“I Was Always Talking”‘ BTRadio Session: https://www.youtube.com/watch?
v=eq5onqLf87ELive on The Special without Brett Davis:
Sam Kogon – Live – “Something’s Wrong” – https://youtu.be/5l1SE75dlhE
Sam Kogon – Live – “Work It Out / I’m Letting Go”- https://youtu.be/RG9Hqqb1Xeo
Sam Kogon – Live VHS Sessions “I Could Never” – https://www.youtube.com/watch?
The Creators Project:
vice.com/blog/hotdog-sandwich- animates-interplanetary- romance
BrooklynVegan premiere: Sam Kogon “I Was Always Talking” feat. Frankie Cosmos:
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Gold Flake Paint : Sam Kogon “Psychic Tears” Album stream premiere/review:http://www.
goldflakepaint.co.uk/album- stream-sam-kogon-psychic- tears/
Stereogum : ”I Was Always Talking” post http://www.stereogum.com/
1905661/sam-kogon-i-was- always-talking-feat-frankie- cosmos/music/
New York Music Daily: Album review:
All Things Go: track premiere: Sam Kogon “Something’s Wrong”:
We know. It’s February - maybe you’re getting a little case of cabin fever, turning just a little bit crazy. But ask yourself - are you Nicolas Cage crazy?
We know. It’s February – maybe you’re getting a little case of cabin fever, turning just a little bit crazy. But ask yourself – are you Nicolas Cage crazy? Come judge for yourself as we present our second annual ‘Cage Match’ double-feature with Nic at his off-the-rails best.
First up is the notorious David Lynch road saga Wild at Heart (1990), the sprawling story of a star-crossed couple (Sailor and Lula) on the lam in Lynch’s America. Nic and Laura Dern burn up the screen (‘hotter than Georgia asphalt!’), and Willem Defoe leaves a greasy impression as the slimy arch-criminal Bobby Peru. With a stable of Lynch regulars (H. D. Stanton, Jack Nance, and so many more!). It’s Lynch’s most epic American film (and perhaps the origin of Nic’s Elvis fixation), portraying a land that’s only gotten weirder, and the Obsolete faithful will notice a definite Oz continuum~
The buckle up for John Woo’s Face/Off (1997), a body (ok-face)—switch action flick for the ages. In his dogged pursuit of madman bomber Castor Pollux (Cage), FBI Special Agent (John Travolta) goes the extra mile and gets a full-on face transplant (yep) to convince Pollux’s gang to reveal details of his latest plot. But Pollux ain’t going out like that- he escapes prison and forces a face transplant of his own with – you-guessed-it – ‘Vinny Barbarino.’ Good is Evil and vice versa as Woo escalates a highly entertaining cat-and-mouse game with two meshugenah actors relishing inhabiting the other’s persona. Things blow up real good – and by the end you won’t care who’s who.
So join us – the unCaged – in Freddy’s Back Room for face-scratching trivia and Happy Hour specials. But don’t touch the snakeskin jacket – ‘It’s a symbol of our individuality and belief in personal freedom.’
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