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Sunday, November 09, 2003

MurderVision Relocates, Embalms Baby in its Trans-Semen Prison and Freewheels to Brooklyn

MurderVision is relocating to Brooklyn, NY, in often lambasted "A Tree Grew in" Williamsburg. My roommate has neither a "fauxhawk" or "dresses like he's from the 80s." In fact, all those people died a few months ago when T.A.T.U. appeared onstage performing media satire gay-funk at the MTV Awards and FischerSpooner imploded in on itself, taking everything north of Metropolitan Avenue with it. Sorry, fuckheads, if you want people to make fun of, there's still the Lower East Side, which is as lame as it ever was.

A list of things I'm going to try attend this month. More productive than mass e-mails, I guess. If you would like to attend any of these, e-mail me:

+Sunday November 9
@ The Culture Project
45 Bleecker Street @ Lafayette
212-253-7017 DJ Spooky and Synchronic Records
in conjunction with Mutiny Sounds Productions
invite you to a special preview screening of:

Mutiny: Asians Storm British Music
Directed by Vivek Bald
Produced by Claire Shanley and Vivek Bald

Doors open at 7:30pm
Screening at 8:00pm

+Sunday, Nov 9th:
War Games: Digital Gaming and The U.S. Military (Galapagos Art Space)
A multi-media presentation on the historical relationships between the video game industry and the U.S. military by Village Voice writer and New York Underground Film Festival director Ed Halter. Topics include gaming's military roots, how real wars have been depicted in commercial games, how the U.S. Military currently hopes to win new recruits through games like America's Army and Full Spectrum Warrior, and how contemporary artists invoke gaming's role in the new military-entertainment complex through game-related artworks.
(7pm $6)

+Saturday, Nov 15 Morr Music Tour feat. Ms. John Soda,
B. Fleischmann, Christian Kleine@ Tonic NYC


+November 21st and 22nd- Kaiju Big Battel,Warsaw, Brooklyn

-If you've heard about this thing and you're not bursting with intrigue or confusion, you're a bolder, more experienced man or woman than I. I am personally intrigued as fuck and would love to see ECW vs. Japanese cutesiness vs. NYC post-ironic kitsch vs. Bananas in Pajamas IN A STEEL CAGE.


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