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43 Media Rock ShowsWhen:
Sunday Mar 30, 2008
at 8:00 PMWhere:
Pensacola, Florida|10 32501
43 Media Rock ShowsClick Here To View Event
Hello there Lj-er's in Pensacola. My name is Janina Gonzalez de Luna-Azul and I will be making a trip to your town on April 5 and staying for exactly a week for a vacation and visit with my father and stepmother. I live in Austin Tx. where I work as a receptionist/cashier for a reprographics co by day and by night I am a performance artist and actor with liberal political views (Go Obama!) and eclectic tastes in art,music,film and in my overall view of life. Check out my profile to see what I'm all about- there is also a link to my Myspace as well. (and by all means feel free to add me if you think we have stuff in common.) I am 43 years old, but I have friends of all ages both online and in real life.
My father whom I love dearly and am looking forward to seeing is rather conservative as many older people often are has some ideas about stuff we can do together, but while he is at work and during the "me time" moments I was wondering if there were any interesting places or things (ie: nightclubs to go to, any particular bands to check out, coffee shops, art galleries, anything off the beaten path that might interest a jaded old punkrock girl like myself that you could recommend for me. So far my father has already purchased tickets to see "Guys and Dolls" being performed by the junior college. ** grins **
So I look forward to hearing suggestions from like minded people if there are any over there on what to do with myself otherwise. Thanks for reading.
Current Music: Scratch Acid- The Greatest Gift
|The synthetic dream foundation
has a new track on their myspace page called "mordor" that is exceptionally awesome. Does anyone know what album I can find this on? thanks!
|» Next Week in Tallahassee!!|
This is a must see for Tallahassee (and surrounding area) music people...|
MONDAY NIGHT...December 10, 2007
(Official homepage The Hydrogen Bar)
U.S.S.A. (feat. Paul
Barker, ex-Ministry & Duane Dennison, ex-Jesus Lizard/Tomahawk)
(Also found at USSA.fuzz.com)
(also at skeletonkey.org)
(also at Cyanotic-online.com)
[Important Edit: Adrian White from FLA/Strapping Young lad just got added on as live drummer for Cyanotic and they will likely be the first band...get there EARLY!]
And, the HOT new local band...
Doors open at 7:30pm and the show starts at 8pm.
$15 advance tickets on sale at CD Warehouse & Ticketweb.com.
This is an all ages show!
Please spread the word!
Get this flier out there!
( VIEW THE FLIER HERE!Collapse )
And, after that, be prepared for Thursday evening at .Detonation. (Goth/Industrial Night at Brothers) when I will be guest DJing along with DJ ZeroAnjel! Hope to see you at both events!!
|» Coven of One TONIGHT at Sluggo's!|
Celebrate the full moon and May Day with Coven of One, DJ Damn Weirdo, and Pensacola locals Migraine May 1, 2007 at Sluggo's!|
Coven of One is the solo project of Nicoletta Stephanz, vocalist and thereminist who records and tours with musicians such as The Legendary Pink Dots, and Daevid Allen/Gong. DJ Damn Weirdo hails from Portland, OR and is your favorite DJ. Migraine will fullfill your local Pensacola improvisational needs.
Coven of One
DJ Damn Weirdo
2403 W Cervantes
|» mobile shows in may|
MAY 07 @ The Cell Block!!
The Pharmacy (seattle dance punks! they love the way michael ohara dances!)
Super Nice Bros! (gotta new surprise for us all!)
plus more to come!
Hence The Plagues (new record out, just signed!)
Lightrunner (ex difference engine, nuees ardentes)
Abstract Artimus (electro freakfuck, ex frycook/difference engine)
SAVE YOUR PENNIES!
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