Monday, August 15, 2011

Late Summer


wow a lot of time has passed since my last post here, almost too much stuff to recount. some fun solo shows opening for Dino Jr & Rob Delaney the same week at the Cat's Cradle. the rock/comedy axis continues to turn.

Superchunk played really hot, really fun shows in NYC (at the House of Vans warehouse) and Chicago (at the Pitchfork Festival). 'forkfest show was seriously one of the hottest shows we've ever played and we weren't even on the stage w the most direct sun.

got some Superchunk shows coming up in September:

9/8 Buckhead Theater - Atlanta, GA BUY TICKETS HERE
9/10 Hopscotch Festival - Raleigh, NC BUY TICKETS HERE

and then in a more Portastatic-y vein, on September 29th i'm back in GA to perform a live film score to accompany 4 Maya Deren films. still writing the score currently! but making good progress and i'll be performing it with an 8-person ensemble, apparently the venue is an old church, sounds like the whole thing will be really cool (as long as we hold up our end w the music...).

the evening is called "Transfigured Time" and it's the opening night of the Westobou Festival in Augusta, GA.

enjoy the waning days of summer!(course it'll be hot as blazes for another good month)

6 Comments:

Blogger Rasan said...

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Blogger Wendy said...

hi mac, the film scoring project looks so interesting! see you at hopscotch. Wendy

1:11 PM  
Blogger lanlan said...

I am regret missing this! And I hope will have another choice!
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Blogger eddie said...

Hello, this is eddie blatt. I hope you got my letter. Long live indie-rock.

4:00 PM  
Blogger eddie said...

One time i put a note that said Merge in a bottle and threw it into an estuary on the ocean. It was in Northern California. It was intence and amazing to watch. The waters were so strong. I think i had a heart on that paper. And it said Heart and indie. and it said hello. It was the Smith River.

4:18 PM  
Blogger eddie said...

The place was amazing to walk around.

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