Archive for May, 2010

Memorial Day – 2010

Posted in Music, Richmond with tags , on May 31, 2010 by kozmicdogz

RVA News has a nice list of Memorial Day activities you can attend in Richmond.

If you are off, enjoy your day. If you have to work, I hope you get some time off soon.

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Later this week look for Roger Carroll at these venues:

Thursday, June 3: Roger D. Carroll & Chez Roue’ at Bogart’s, 1903 W. Cary Street, 9:00-12:00.

Sunday, June 6: The Roger D. Carroll Duo featuring Alan Parker will be at Current, 140 Virginia Street, for their first Sunday Jazz Brunch. Roger will be there every Sunday in June from 11:00-2:00.

Sunday, June 6: The Roger D. Carroll Quartet featuring Alan Parker, Johnny Hott and Brian Sulser will be at Emilio’s at Broad & Meadow Streets from 7:30-10:30.

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Dennis Hopper, Dead at 74

Posted in Film on May 29, 2010 by kozmicdogz

Here is an article from the The Los Angeles Times.

First Gary Coleman, now Dennis Hopper. I am totally bummed.

Looking for something to do?

Posted in Music with tags , , , on May 25, 2010 by kozmicdogz

Just in from Roger Carroll!

Wednesday, May 26: Rattlemouth will be at Cafe Diem from 8-11. Come out and enjoy music from all over the world.

Thursday, May 27: Roger D. Carroll & Chez Roue’ will be in performance at Bogart’s from 9-12.

A Musical Sunday

Posted in Music, Richmond with tags , on May 21, 2010 by kozmicdogz

On Sunday May 23rd, the newly revived Rattlemouth, now with dualing tenors Danny Finney and Roger Carroll, will be playing at Balliceaux from 7-9 pm. Afterwards you can wander over a few blocks to Robinson Street to see Loversville playing at the Commercial Taphouse starting at 9pm. Richmond is warming up!

Also of note is the Forest Hill Regatta on Saturday starting at 2pm. A grand reopening celebration for Forest Hill Park…in Southside.

This Strange Little Cricket

Posted in Art, Music with tags , , , , on May 20, 2010 by kozmicdogz

In 1981 the Tom and Marty Band had a couple of cuts on the Artifacts/yclept tape release, “This Strange Little Cricket.” Both songs were from their 1981 7″ vinyl EP.  The image to the left is from the front cover.

The Free Music Archive has posted this Artifacts compilation cassette tape release. Included on this release were also cuts from Rebby Sharp, Karen Cooper-Smith, Orthotonics, Idio-Savant, Bomis Prendin, Wm Burke’s Hideous Truth among others.

From the Album description on the Free Music Archive site:

“In 1981, after the release of the first two Bomis Prendin flex-discs, Wm. Burke (aka Key Ring Torch),who was living in a coat closet under the stairs at the Bomis Prendin house in Arlington, decided to put his own stamp on the Artifacts product line and assembled and distributed a cassette compilation he named, “This Strange Little Cricket.” His intention then was clearly to illustrate that Bomis Prendin wasn’t an entirely unique agglomeration, but was instead part of a larger community of likeminded mad scientists.

Here’s his evidence.”

I hope you enjoy it.

From An Error Gone By?

Posted in Art, Music, Richmond with tags , on May 16, 2010 by kozmicdogz

Artifacts Vol.1, the red flexi-album, has made its’ way to the Free Music Archive.

Is this an artifact of Artifacts?

Visit the Free Music Archive for independently minded music from around the cosmos.

The One Thing Your Dentist Won’t Tell You About Your Teeth!

Posted in Film with tags on May 6, 2010 by kozmicdogz

Local filmmaker and film teacher, Ted Salins, has posted his newest PSA short up on you tube.

Now go to the dentist!

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