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Live at Eris Temple, Certain Circuits exhibit opening

There’s a good amount of background noise - this was recorded at the Certain Circuits magazine launch party.

Tonight! Horsey at the Late Night Cabaret

Mr. DEAD-GUY’s CAVALCADE OF FREAKDOM!

Preshow – Video SALUTE to the staff @ TLA VIDEO on 15th and Locust
They were more than Video-Store clerks, they were our elite priesthood of cinephiles… They advocated, They championed, They cared, and they kept caring up until the very best video-store EVER closed this year.
“mourn them not, for they gather to drink with us – tonite”

Plus - the Twilite Gallery sneek-peek
Take a tour with Philly’s very own super-cool Frank X. as he walks along the night’splutonian shore, In a Video sneak peek of the NecroNomicomeDIE’

Host – Mr. Dead-Guy
He’s a zombie, NOT a skeleton, that would be implausible –
(a skeleton? Geez.)
Now he HAS a skeleton-friend, sure, and yes, the dead-baby puppet DOES freak ‘some ‘people. BUT, do you like Banjos? How about Karate? Singing about Death? Then Join our host as he juggles the corpses AND the OpenStage Variety Hour!

Special guests
The band – HORSEY (a TLA favorite – picked by the staff)

Show is at THE UNDGERGROUND ARTS @ The WOLF 12th n Callowhill! 
21 n Over! hosted by Mr. DEAD GUY!


certaincircuits:

Founded by artists, Certain Circuits publishes poetry, experimental prose, art, and new media. We are especially interested in documenting multimedia collaborative work between artists.
We are launching our first print issue 1.1 which features work from local Philadelphia artists as well as artists in Australia, Brazil, France, Mexico, India, Japan, Uruguay, the United Kingdom, and the United States.  We financed this issue completely through a Kickstarter campaign.  We’ve been publishing monthly multimedia issues at  www.certaincircuits.org.  Attend tonight and be the first to get the issue!
SOUNDS
Apogee are a space-punk trio emerging from West Philadelphia’s hyperactive DIY scene featuring Dan “Redbeard”.  Search for the MSW label page on Last.fm.  mainstreetwest.blogspot.com
Radio Eris: Founded in 1999 by Lora Bloom and Matt Stevenson, the thriving band of veteran cozmik rockers features Dan “Redbeard” Baker on guitar, the mysterious Kenny on synthesizers and noise, and Brad Rothman on drums. They have released 5 albums, run out of gas on the A-4 in eastern France, bought a house, hung out with members of Hawkwind, toured the South in a midnight-blue van in August, and had any number of other adventures across the last decade. http://www.last.fm/music/Radio+Erishttp://www.myspace.com/radio5eris
HORSEY: Sometimes galloping along the tide line, sometimes rolling in the mud like in Andrei Rubelev, HORSEY is More of an animal than a band. HORSEY comes in many forms: sound, image, costume and spaz attacks are among the most common manifestations. You can hear “Lucky Locket” on the library album: http://www.notaboutthebuildings.com/libraryalbum/horsey_luckylocket.mp3.  
WORDS 
Courtney Bambrick is a poet and teacher from Philadelphia.  Her poetry has appeared in such print and online journals and anthologies as E Pluribus Unum from Light of Unity, The Phenomena of Temporary: The Fuze Anthology, Dirty Napkin, The Schuylkill Valley Journal, Philadelphia Poets, Mad Poets Review, Parlor, and Philadelphia Stories where she now serves as poetry editor.  Courtney currently teaches composition at Holy Family University and Gwynedd-Mercy College and has worked on- and backstage for theatrical productions in Philadelphia area and in Ireland. 
Natalie Felix is a poet, artist and Uni-Verse-All community member with a BA in Spanish Literature from UC Santa Barbara and a MA in Human Science from Saybrook University. She is the Executive Director of the Community Cultural Exchange (CCE), a non-profit whose mission is to create community through art and culture.  
David Hewittis a self-employed book dealer and amateur musician/ writer/ photographer/ artist residing in the East Falls section of Philadelphia. His hobbies include pondering the value of decay and flipping hopefully through the pages of every parcel of printed matter he gets his hands on. 
Bonnie MacAllister is a multimedia performance artist and playwright.  She is currently showing work at the Delaware Art Museum in Wilmington, the Florissant Art Gallery in St. Louis, and the Center for Green Urbanism in DC.   She is the author of SOME WORDS ARE NO LONGER WORDS, PAID IN GOATS, and COPTIC: ETHIOPIAN MYSTICISM. For more info: bonniemacallister.com.
Hal Sirowitz is the author of 4 collections of poetry, commencing with “Mother Said” (Crown), ending with “Father Said” (Soft Skull Press). 
FILMS
Believe it or not, Brian Howe and Ashley Howe are neither married nor related. Among other artistic collaborations, they’ve been making videos together for the past several years, which have been featured in journals such as Drunken Boat. Brian is a journalist, poet, and audiovisual artist who hypes himself in the usual fashion at his blog, http://waxwroth.blogspot.com/. Ashley is more of a mystery, avoiding anything by way of an Internet presence or standard bio, so you’ll have to trust Brian that she exists and is awesome.
Amanda Lovelee is interested in how people connect and the spaces in which they do so within contemporary society. Her work, mainly video and photography, weaves together data, stories and personal experience to create non-linear narratives about the fragility of human relationships. Her recent work has explored a myriad of topics: family history, the lives of beekeepers and ice fishermen, strangers’ love stories and the sociology of square dancing.
Jeff Siegel has worked in a variety of different media over the years, from short fiction to design to music criticism, as a self-styled ”renaissance man,” never realizing that that’s the polite term for “dilettante.” He can often be seen bloviating on topics about which he really, and obviously, knows very little.  www.theprivatesector.org
Tanya Perkins’ work has appeared in numerous journals including Cirque, The Wilderness House Literary Review and Arcadia.  A graduate student in English Studies at Western Washington University, she lives and writes on the shores of Puget Sound and considers herself damn lucky for it. roughedin.wordpress.com
Jim Tuite and Patrick Morris are artists working in painting, drawing, photography and video.  They were both educated at Tyler School of Art. Mr.
Tuite also studied at the School of Visual Art. The video “Hammer”, featuring
Mr. Morris, examines the relationship between personal demons found in an obsessive ritual with an artist’s creative process.
The Rotunda, located at 4014 Walnut Street in Philadelphia, PA, is a community-gathering place that is fueled by the belief that art is a catalyst for social change and that the arts can lead to the formation of meaningful partnerships between the University of Pennsylvania and surrounding neighborhoods. Over 300 events are offered every year, including live music, film, spoken word, theater, art, dance, education, youth programs, arts incubation, and various experimental genres. As an alcohol-free, smoke-free venue, The Rotunda provides a critical social alternative for all ages. At its core, The Rotunda is a shared space fostering learning, enrichment, and community support while empowering the public to present, produce, and promote their work. www.therotunda.org

certaincircuits:

Founded by artists, Certain Circuits publishes poetry, experimental prose, art, and new media. We are especially interested in documenting multimedia collaborative work between artists.

We are launching our first print issue 1.1 which features work from local Philadelphia artists as well as artists in Australia, Brazil, France, Mexico, India, Japan, Uruguay, the United Kingdom, and the United States.  We financed this issue completely through a Kickstarter campaign.  We’ve been publishing monthly multimedia issues at  www.certaincircuits.org.  Attend tonight and be the first to get the issue!

SOUNDS

Apogee are a space-punk trio emerging from West Philadelphia’s hyperactive DIY scene featuring Dan “Redbeard”.  Search for the MSW label page on Last.fm.  mainstreetwest.blogspot.com

Radio Eris: Founded in 1999 by Lora Bloom and Matt Stevenson, the thriving band of veteran cozmik rockers features Dan “Redbeard” Baker on guitar, the mysterious Kenny on synthesizers and noise, and Brad Rothman on drums. They have released 5 albums, run out of gas on the A-4 in eastern France, bought a house, hung out with members of Hawkwind, toured the South in a midnight-blue van in August, and had any number of other adventures across the last decade. http://www.last.fm/music/Radio+Eris
http://www.myspace.com/radio5eris

HORSEY: Sometimes galloping along the tide line, sometimes rolling in the mud like in Andrei Rubelev, HORSEY is More of an animal than a band. HORSEY comes in many forms: sound, image, costume and spaz attacks are among the most common manifestations. You can hear “Lucky Locket” on the library album: http://www.notaboutthebuildings.com/libraryalbum/horsey_luckylocket.mp3. 

WORDS 

Courtney Bambrick is a poet and teacher from Philadelphia.  Her poetry has appeared in such print and online journals and anthologies as E Pluribus Unum from Light of Unity, The Phenomena of Temporary: The Fuze Anthology, Dirty Napkin, The Schuylkill Valley Journal, Philadelphia Poets, Mad Poets Review, Parlor, and Philadelphia Stories where she now serves as poetry editor.  Courtney currently teaches composition at Holy Family University and Gwynedd-Mercy College and has worked on- and backstage for theatrical productions in Philadelphia area and in Ireland. 

Natalie Felix is a poet, artist and Uni-Verse-All community member with a BA in Spanish Literature from UC Santa Barbara and a MA in Human Science from Saybrook University. She is the Executive Director of the Community Cultural Exchange (CCE), a non-profit whose mission is to create community through art and culture.  

David Hewittis a self-employed book dealer and amateur musician/ writer/ photographer/ artist residing in the East Falls section of Philadelphia. His hobbies include pondering the value of decay and flipping hopefully through the pages of every parcel of printed matter he gets his hands on. 

Bonnie MacAllister is a multimedia performance artist and playwright.  She is currently showing work at the Delaware Art Museum in Wilmington, the Florissant Art Gallery in St. Louis, and the Center for Green Urbanism in DC.   She is the author of SOME WORDS ARE NO LONGER WORDS, PAID IN GOATS, and COPTIC: ETHIOPIAN MYSTICISM. For more info: bonniemacallister.com.

Hal Sirowitz is the author of 4 collections of poetry, commencing with “Mother Said” (Crown), ending with “Father Said” (Soft Skull Press). 

FILMS

Believe it or not, Brian Howe and Ashley Howe are neither married nor related. Among other artistic collaborations, they’ve been making videos together for the past several years, which have been featured in journals such as Drunken Boat. Brian is a journalist, poet, and audiovisual artist who hypes himself in the usual fashion at his blog, http://waxwroth.blogspot.com/. Ashley is more of a mystery, avoiding anything by way of an Internet presence or standard bio, so you’ll have to trust Brian that she exists and is awesome.

Amanda Lovelee is interested in how people connect and the spaces in which they do so within contemporary society. Her work, mainly video and photography, weaves together data, stories and personal experience to create non-linear narratives about the fragility of human relationships. Her recent work has explored a myriad of topics: family history, the lives of beekeepers and ice fishermen, strangers’ love stories and the sociology of square dancing.

Jeff Siegel has worked in a variety of different media over the years, from short fiction to design to music criticism, as a self-styled ”renaissance man,” never realizing that that’s the polite term for “dilettante.” He can often be seen bloviating on topics about which he really, and obviously, knows very little.  www.theprivatesector.org

Tanya Perkins’ work has appeared in numerous journals including Cirque, The Wilderness House Literary Review and Arcadia.  A graduate student in English Studies at Western Washington University, she lives and writes on the shores of Puget Sound and considers herself damn lucky for it. roughedin.wordpress.com

Jim Tuite and Patrick Morris are artists working in painting, drawing, photography and video.  They were both educated at Tyler School of Art. Mr.
Tuite also studied at the School of Visual Art. The video “Hammer”, featuring
Mr. Morris, examines the relationship between personal demons found in an obsessive ritual with an artist’s creative process.

The Rotunda, located at 4014 Walnut Street in Philadelphia, PA, is a community-gathering place that is fueled by the belief that art is a catalyst for social change and that the arts can lead to the formation of meaningful partnerships between the University of Pennsylvania and surrounding neighborhoods. Over 300 events are offered every year, including live music, film, spoken word, theater, art, dance, education, youth programs, arts incubation, and various experimental genres. As an alcohol-free, smoke-free venue, The Rotunda provides a critical social alternative for all ages. At its core, The Rotunda is a shared space fostering learning, enrichment, and community support while empowering the public to present, produce, and promote their work. www.therotunda.org

certaincircuits:


HORSEY: Sometimes galloping along the tide line, sometimes rolling in the mud like in Andrei Rubelev, HORSEY is More of an animal than a band. HORSEY comes in many forms: sound, image, costume and spaz attacks are among the most common manifestations. You can hear “Lucky Locket” on the library album:  http://www.notaboutthebuildings.com/libraryalbum/horsey_luckylocket.mp3. 
http://www.horsey75.comhttp://www.myspace.com/horsey75http://www.flickr.com/photos/aardwolf/sets/72157622703666896/http://anyexcuse.carbonmade.com/

certaincircuits:

HORSEY: Sometimes galloping along the tide line, sometimes rolling in the mud like in Andrei Rubelev, HORSEY is More of an animal than a band. HORSEY comes in many forms: sound, image, costume and spaz attacks are among the most common manifestations. You can hear “Lucky Locket” on the library album:  http://www.notaboutthebuildings.com/libraryalbum/horsey_luckylocket.mp3. 

http://www.horsey75.com
http://www.myspace.com/horsey75
http://www.flickr.com/photos/aardwolf/sets/72157622703666896/
http://anyexcuse.carbonmade.com/

Live at Eris Temple, Certain Circuits exhibit opening

There’s a good amount of background noise - this was recorded at the Certain Circuits magazine launch party.

Tonight! Horsey at the Late Night Cabaret

Mr. DEAD-GUY’s CAVALCADE OF FREAKDOM!

Preshow – Video SALUTE to the staff @ TLA VIDEO on 15th and Locust
They were more than Video-Store clerks, they were our elite priesthood of cinephiles… They advocated, They championed, They cared, and they kept caring up until the very best video-store EVER closed this year.
“mourn them not, for they gather to drink with us – tonite”

Plus - the Twilite Gallery sneek-peek
Take a tour with Philly’s very own super-cool Frank X. as he walks along the night’splutonian shore, In a Video sneak peek of the NecroNomicomeDIE’

Host – Mr. Dead-Guy
He’s a zombie, NOT a skeleton, that would be implausible –
(a skeleton? Geez.)
Now he HAS a skeleton-friend, sure, and yes, the dead-baby puppet DOES freak ‘some ‘people. BUT, do you like Banjos? How about Karate? Singing about Death? Then Join our host as he juggles the corpses AND the OpenStage Variety Hour!

Special guests
The band – HORSEY (a TLA favorite – picked by the staff)

Show is at THE UNDGERGROUND ARTS @ The WOLF 12th n Callowhill! 
21 n Over! hosted by Mr. DEAD GUY!


certaincircuits:

Founded by artists, Certain Circuits publishes poetry, experimental prose, art, and new media. We are especially interested in documenting multimedia collaborative work between artists.
We are launching our first print issue 1.1 which features work from local Philadelphia artists as well as artists in Australia, Brazil, France, Mexico, India, Japan, Uruguay, the United Kingdom, and the United States.  We financed this issue completely through a Kickstarter campaign.  We’ve been publishing monthly multimedia issues at  www.certaincircuits.org.  Attend tonight and be the first to get the issue!
SOUNDS
Apogee are a space-punk trio emerging from West Philadelphia’s hyperactive DIY scene featuring Dan “Redbeard”.  Search for the MSW label page on Last.fm.  mainstreetwest.blogspot.com
Radio Eris: Founded in 1999 by Lora Bloom and Matt Stevenson, the thriving band of veteran cozmik rockers features Dan “Redbeard” Baker on guitar, the mysterious Kenny on synthesizers and noise, and Brad Rothman on drums. They have released 5 albums, run out of gas on the A-4 in eastern France, bought a house, hung out with members of Hawkwind, toured the South in a midnight-blue van in August, and had any number of other adventures across the last decade. http://www.last.fm/music/Radio+Erishttp://www.myspace.com/radio5eris
HORSEY: Sometimes galloping along the tide line, sometimes rolling in the mud like in Andrei Rubelev, HORSEY is More of an animal than a band. HORSEY comes in many forms: sound, image, costume and spaz attacks are among the most common manifestations. You can hear “Lucky Locket” on the library album: http://www.notaboutthebuildings.com/libraryalbum/horsey_luckylocket.mp3.  
WORDS 
Courtney Bambrick is a poet and teacher from Philadelphia.  Her poetry has appeared in such print and online journals and anthologies as E Pluribus Unum from Light of Unity, The Phenomena of Temporary: The Fuze Anthology, Dirty Napkin, The Schuylkill Valley Journal, Philadelphia Poets, Mad Poets Review, Parlor, and Philadelphia Stories where she now serves as poetry editor.  Courtney currently teaches composition at Holy Family University and Gwynedd-Mercy College and has worked on- and backstage for theatrical productions in Philadelphia area and in Ireland. 
Natalie Felix is a poet, artist and Uni-Verse-All community member with a BA in Spanish Literature from UC Santa Barbara and a MA in Human Science from Saybrook University. She is the Executive Director of the Community Cultural Exchange (CCE), a non-profit whose mission is to create community through art and culture.  
David Hewittis a self-employed book dealer and amateur musician/ writer/ photographer/ artist residing in the East Falls section of Philadelphia. His hobbies include pondering the value of decay and flipping hopefully through the pages of every parcel of printed matter he gets his hands on. 
Bonnie MacAllister is a multimedia performance artist and playwright.  She is currently showing work at the Delaware Art Museum in Wilmington, the Florissant Art Gallery in St. Louis, and the Center for Green Urbanism in DC.   She is the author of SOME WORDS ARE NO LONGER WORDS, PAID IN GOATS, and COPTIC: ETHIOPIAN MYSTICISM. For more info: bonniemacallister.com.
Hal Sirowitz is the author of 4 collections of poetry, commencing with “Mother Said” (Crown), ending with “Father Said” (Soft Skull Press). 
FILMS
Believe it or not, Brian Howe and Ashley Howe are neither married nor related. Among other artistic collaborations, they’ve been making videos together for the past several years, which have been featured in journals such as Drunken Boat. Brian is a journalist, poet, and audiovisual artist who hypes himself in the usual fashion at his blog, http://waxwroth.blogspot.com/. Ashley is more of a mystery, avoiding anything by way of an Internet presence or standard bio, so you’ll have to trust Brian that she exists and is awesome.
Amanda Lovelee is interested in how people connect and the spaces in which they do so within contemporary society. Her work, mainly video and photography, weaves together data, stories and personal experience to create non-linear narratives about the fragility of human relationships. Her recent work has explored a myriad of topics: family history, the lives of beekeepers and ice fishermen, strangers’ love stories and the sociology of square dancing.
Jeff Siegel has worked in a variety of different media over the years, from short fiction to design to music criticism, as a self-styled ”renaissance man,” never realizing that that’s the polite term for “dilettante.” He can often be seen bloviating on topics about which he really, and obviously, knows very little.  www.theprivatesector.org
Tanya Perkins’ work has appeared in numerous journals including Cirque, The Wilderness House Literary Review and Arcadia.  A graduate student in English Studies at Western Washington University, she lives and writes on the shores of Puget Sound and considers herself damn lucky for it. roughedin.wordpress.com
Jim Tuite and Patrick Morris are artists working in painting, drawing, photography and video.  They were both educated at Tyler School of Art. Mr.
Tuite also studied at the School of Visual Art. The video “Hammer”, featuring
Mr. Morris, examines the relationship between personal demons found in an obsessive ritual with an artist’s creative process.
The Rotunda, located at 4014 Walnut Street in Philadelphia, PA, is a community-gathering place that is fueled by the belief that art is a catalyst for social change and that the arts can lead to the formation of meaningful partnerships between the University of Pennsylvania and surrounding neighborhoods. Over 300 events are offered every year, including live music, film, spoken word, theater, art, dance, education, youth programs, arts incubation, and various experimental genres. As an alcohol-free, smoke-free venue, The Rotunda provides a critical social alternative for all ages. At its core, The Rotunda is a shared space fostering learning, enrichment, and community support while empowering the public to present, produce, and promote their work. www.therotunda.org

certaincircuits:

Founded by artists, Certain Circuits publishes poetry, experimental prose, art, and new media. We are especially interested in documenting multimedia collaborative work between artists.

We are launching our first print issue 1.1 which features work from local Philadelphia artists as well as artists in Australia, Brazil, France, Mexico, India, Japan, Uruguay, the United Kingdom, and the United States.  We financed this issue completely through a Kickstarter campaign.  We’ve been publishing monthly multimedia issues at  www.certaincircuits.org.  Attend tonight and be the first to get the issue!

SOUNDS

Apogee are a space-punk trio emerging from West Philadelphia’s hyperactive DIY scene featuring Dan “Redbeard”.  Search for the MSW label page on Last.fm.  mainstreetwest.blogspot.com

Radio Eris: Founded in 1999 by Lora Bloom and Matt Stevenson, the thriving band of veteran cozmik rockers features Dan “Redbeard” Baker on guitar, the mysterious Kenny on synthesizers and noise, and Brad Rothman on drums. They have released 5 albums, run out of gas on the A-4 in eastern France, bought a house, hung out with members of Hawkwind, toured the South in a midnight-blue van in August, and had any number of other adventures across the last decade. http://www.last.fm/music/Radio+Eris
http://www.myspace.com/radio5eris

HORSEY: Sometimes galloping along the tide line, sometimes rolling in the mud like in Andrei Rubelev, HORSEY is More of an animal than a band. HORSEY comes in many forms: sound, image, costume and spaz attacks are among the most common manifestations. You can hear “Lucky Locket” on the library album: http://www.notaboutthebuildings.com/libraryalbum/horsey_luckylocket.mp3. 

WORDS 

Courtney Bambrick is a poet and teacher from Philadelphia.  Her poetry has appeared in such print and online journals and anthologies as E Pluribus Unum from Light of Unity, The Phenomena of Temporary: The Fuze Anthology, Dirty Napkin, The Schuylkill Valley Journal, Philadelphia Poets, Mad Poets Review, Parlor, and Philadelphia Stories where she now serves as poetry editor.  Courtney currently teaches composition at Holy Family University and Gwynedd-Mercy College and has worked on- and backstage for theatrical productions in Philadelphia area and in Ireland. 

Natalie Felix is a poet, artist and Uni-Verse-All community member with a BA in Spanish Literature from UC Santa Barbara and a MA in Human Science from Saybrook University. She is the Executive Director of the Community Cultural Exchange (CCE), a non-profit whose mission is to create community through art and culture.  

David Hewittis a self-employed book dealer and amateur musician/ writer/ photographer/ artist residing in the East Falls section of Philadelphia. His hobbies include pondering the value of decay and flipping hopefully through the pages of every parcel of printed matter he gets his hands on. 

Bonnie MacAllister is a multimedia performance artist and playwright.  She is currently showing work at the Delaware Art Museum in Wilmington, the Florissant Art Gallery in St. Louis, and the Center for Green Urbanism in DC.   She is the author of SOME WORDS ARE NO LONGER WORDS, PAID IN GOATS, and COPTIC: ETHIOPIAN MYSTICISM. For more info: bonniemacallister.com.

Hal Sirowitz is the author of 4 collections of poetry, commencing with “Mother Said” (Crown), ending with “Father Said” (Soft Skull Press). 

FILMS

Believe it or not, Brian Howe and Ashley Howe are neither married nor related. Among other artistic collaborations, they’ve been making videos together for the past several years, which have been featured in journals such as Drunken Boat. Brian is a journalist, poet, and audiovisual artist who hypes himself in the usual fashion at his blog, http://waxwroth.blogspot.com/. Ashley is more of a mystery, avoiding anything by way of an Internet presence or standard bio, so you’ll have to trust Brian that she exists and is awesome.

Amanda Lovelee is interested in how people connect and the spaces in which they do so within contemporary society. Her work, mainly video and photography, weaves together data, stories and personal experience to create non-linear narratives about the fragility of human relationships. Her recent work has explored a myriad of topics: family history, the lives of beekeepers and ice fishermen, strangers’ love stories and the sociology of square dancing.

Jeff Siegel has worked in a variety of different media over the years, from short fiction to design to music criticism, as a self-styled ”renaissance man,” never realizing that that’s the polite term for “dilettante.” He can often be seen bloviating on topics about which he really, and obviously, knows very little.  www.theprivatesector.org

Tanya Perkins’ work has appeared in numerous journals including Cirque, The Wilderness House Literary Review and Arcadia.  A graduate student in English Studies at Western Washington University, she lives and writes on the shores of Puget Sound and considers herself damn lucky for it. roughedin.wordpress.com

Jim Tuite and Patrick Morris are artists working in painting, drawing, photography and video.  They were both educated at Tyler School of Art. Mr.
Tuite also studied at the School of Visual Art. The video “Hammer”, featuring
Mr. Morris, examines the relationship between personal demons found in an obsessive ritual with an artist’s creative process.

The Rotunda, located at 4014 Walnut Street in Philadelphia, PA, is a community-gathering place that is fueled by the belief that art is a catalyst for social change and that the arts can lead to the formation of meaningful partnerships between the University of Pennsylvania and surrounding neighborhoods. Over 300 events are offered every year, including live music, film, spoken word, theater, art, dance, education, youth programs, arts incubation, and various experimental genres. As an alcohol-free, smoke-free venue, The Rotunda provides a critical social alternative for all ages. At its core, The Rotunda is a shared space fostering learning, enrichment, and community support while empowering the public to present, produce, and promote their work. www.therotunda.org

certaincircuits:


HORSEY: Sometimes galloping along the tide line, sometimes rolling in the mud like in Andrei Rubelev, HORSEY is More of an animal than a band. HORSEY comes in many forms: sound, image, costume and spaz attacks are among the most common manifestations. You can hear “Lucky Locket” on the library album:  http://www.notaboutthebuildings.com/libraryalbum/horsey_luckylocket.mp3. 
http://www.horsey75.comhttp://www.myspace.com/horsey75http://www.flickr.com/photos/aardwolf/sets/72157622703666896/http://anyexcuse.carbonmade.com/

certaincircuits:

HORSEY: Sometimes galloping along the tide line, sometimes rolling in the mud like in Andrei Rubelev, HORSEY is More of an animal than a band. HORSEY comes in many forms: sound, image, costume and spaz attacks are among the most common manifestations. You can hear “Lucky Locket” on the library album:  http://www.notaboutthebuildings.com/libraryalbum/horsey_luckylocket.mp3. 

http://www.horsey75.com
http://www.myspace.com/horsey75
http://www.flickr.com/photos/aardwolf/sets/72157622703666896/
http://anyexcuse.carbonmade.com/

Tonight! Horsey at the Late Night Cabaret

About:

Horsey comes in many forms: sound, image, costume and spaz attacks are among the most common manifestations. HORSEY is a phenomenon that began in 2004 when the 2 original unnamed members paid a very nice young man, we can not name, with a couple forties to sneak us in to a high end recording studio we will not name (lets just say RadioHead among other big-heads have recorded there) in the middle of the night to record our first frightening song: Lucky Locket. You can hear Lucky Locket on the Library Album visit: http://www.notaboutthebuildings.com/libraryalbum/horsey_luckylocket.mp3 for free or make a donation to save Providence Public Libraries. HORSEY is now a trio -three is the magic number! We are currently writing sound letters back and forth from Cali to the E coast and back again.

Myspace: http://www.myspace.com/horsey75

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Horsey/353707655556?ref=ts