Thursday, September 27, 2007

Spot The Local Music Curmudgeon - September 27th Edition

posted by Ramon Medina - LP4 @ 10:59 AM

-A weekly blog where I highlight one show I definitely expect to attend (see *) and throw in a few more that I'd like to and might see given the money and the time.-

This Week's Spotlight
Saturday 29 September 2007
*The Proletariat 5th Anniversary
Honoring
The Skyline Network.

with DJ Melodic, Wicked Poseur, Paris Falls, DJ Paramour, You(Genious), DJ Witness, Spain Coloured Orange, MC Ty Mahany

@
The Proletariat

Well, if there is any place you should be this week it's The Proletariat this Saturday night. In these 5 years the scrappy little bar has become a virtual institution so why not throw a party? A testament to why the "Prolee" ( or "Prol" depending on your favorite diminutive) is a class-act is how it has humbly shared some of the spotlight on it's birthday with the deserving king of local music blogs - ADR and his Skyline Network. Appropriately, it's a solid lineup of excellent local bands and DJs plus you know everyone is going to be there! So don't come crying to me on Sunday about how you forgot. Mark you calendar now!


Also This Week
*Monday 01 October 2007
By The End of Tonight (CD release party) with O Pioneers!!!, Blades, Lisa's Son
@ The White Swan
An excellent line-up of some heavy duty music. BTEOT plays rough, hard, and puts a wild-ass show that matches its frenetic music. O Pioneers!!! may not throw in as many chord
changes per song as BTEOT but, fear not ADD sufferers, the guitar and drum duo's tunes are rock solid marvels. Blades is so bad-ass that you'll be reading an article about them in next month's Free Press. And Lisa's Son...uh..well, OK, I've never heard them but given the line-up who cares - I'm still showing up early enough to check them out. See you there with one of those water bottles full of beer!



1 Comments:

At September 27, 2007 at 1:58 PM , Anonymous Melissa said...

O Pioneers at White Swan? Maybe worth the drive....

 

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