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Tue, Aug. 22nd, 2006, 07:35 pm
Disjunct Tour - Eugene, Portland, Seattle

Disjunct is going on the little road! We'll be playing Eugene, Portland, and Seattle this coming weekend:

Friday 8/25 in Eugene @ the Merkin Lounge (address/time to be appended)

Disjunct
WarningBrokenMachine
Miasma
Hitler's Cat
Eraritjaritjaka
EarthQuake RetroFit
Robotic Daly
View


Saturday 8/26 in Portland @ Weapons of Mass Compassion Gallery - 623 NW 6th Ave
doors at 8pm

Disjunct
View
Dead/Bird
A Long Pigs Vision of the Godhead
Robotic Daly
co(sine)



Sunday 8/27 in Seattle @ The Baltic Room - 1207 Pine St
doors at 9pm
flyer

Disjunct
View
noisepoetnobody
DJs MCVD (special guest), Cathartech, and Androidheart

No Tomorrow and Backwards NW Bring you ::::

Disjunct : PDX, http://www.disjunct.net : "Disjunct splits the physical and the transitory, the discrete and the expansive. Televisions and tapes, rumbles and trumpets, rationalist and transcendent, Disjunct is at once separate and contained, sound and vision. Prepare for Disjunct, or come without warning."

View : PDX : http://binauralaboratories.net/
"Out of spec vacuum tube medical apparatus coerced to carry a dialog with other electronic instruments amidst periodic barking and blathering of sundry manmade objects."

and noisepoetnobody : SEA, http://www.noisepoetnobody.com/
"The collection and utilization of rejected, disregarded, minute and incidental sound provides the basic frame work concept for a noise poet nobody composition. Great care is taken in molding the specific frequency and phase placement of all audio both textural and forefront. Artistic emphasis is placed upon the presence of improvised performance on home crafted and found object instruments. Audio provided by these devices is also sampled, manipulated, distorted, micro selected, and sequenced by an arsenal of rack mount electronics, old MIDI, analog filtering/compression/ gain amplifiers and speaker cabinets. A soothing to disturbing showcase of real time electronics and micro-acoustics captured from solid via piezo transducer (contact microphone in the form of a thin metal disc). Most commonly associated with the music genres of experimental, IDM, industrial, avant-garde, dark-electro, Glitch, ambient, minimalism. "

with special guest DJ MCVD and resident DJS Cathartech and Androidheart

21+ doors at 9 FREEEEEEE

for info on booking please contact patrickurn@hotmail.com for info on future events please check www.backwardsrecords.com/live.html

Backwards NW : "injecting aural abuse into your wasted lives"

Wed, Aug. 23rd, 2006 03:11 am (UTC)
gingercowgirl: seattle

i'll be in seattle the beginning of october. xo. thanks for your post; i'm at a loss of words right now.

Wed, Aug. 23rd, 2006 03:16 am (UTC)
holyloki: Re: seattle

alright.
i hope all is well...

Wed, Aug. 23rd, 2006 03:34 am (UTC)
gingercowgirl: Re: seattle

i'm excited toward the future, but i'm also caught in the present. i'm not sure about my relationship and it makes me bitter. i don't like feeling isolated, but even more, it hurts me to feel mean.

Wed, Aug. 23rd, 2006 04:01 am (UTC)
holyloki: Re: seattle

All us romantics are a difficult sort, as we bounce around in semi-excited states, constantly peering over the edge of the petri dish out of which we one day hope to grow.

The problem is, I think a lot of us fail to see that there's a larger petri dish outside of the one we're in and when we finally get out it's just frustrating all over again. One must just think of life as a series of increasingly serious experiments, and one day we'll find ourselves published in a journal—maybe a cure for cancer, but most likely just a humble new use for cheese whiz. Scientific American is a waste, but accurately named, and really not a journal anyhow...even then perhaps the answer is to wait.

I've been in a very confused state regarding my heart lately as well...perhaps it's just going around. I think, though, that maybe I've just been peering a bit too much. So, I've been hermiting it up and trying to concentrate on my work. At this I have moderate success.

Wed, Aug. 23rd, 2006 04:13 am (UTC)
gingercowgirl: Re: seattle

petri dish experimentations; i should have known it would come to this in third grade when i was smart enough to skip labs. i'm still working on learning to live with heart and having the heart to live another day. i get so passionate and frustrated. maybe it is the romantic artist syndrome, but i'd rather go through this bittersweetness than live permanently suspended in indifference.

Wed, Aug. 23rd, 2006 04:38 am (UTC)
holyloki: Re: seattle

Living in full knowledge leads to a bittersweet longing, and so it is...be careful though, one can live in full knowledge, having heart to live another day, and still become indifferent—but, something I have on the whiteboard in my room seems appropriate right now:

Knowledge and understanding are subversive. They subvert natural tendencies to extremism.

Indifference and extremism are not opposites, though they can be flip sides of some coins. It's all about your nationality.

Wed, Aug. 23rd, 2006 04:14 am (UTC)
gingercowgirl: Re: seattle

and i hope to spend my time increasing my vocabulary and math skills for the gre.

Sat, Aug. 26th, 2006 03:03 am (UTC)
saveannica: When are you touring the midwest?

K. finally convinced me to start a live journal.
Sorry I didn't call you before I left town, I didn't pay my bills and my cellphone got turned off.
Anyway, if I look into venues in Chicago will you come visit and pretend it's a business trip?

Alison

Sat, Sep. 2nd, 2006 09:42 am (UTC)
holyloki: Re: When are you touring the midwest?

I will try. You know if I end up in Chicago for grad school I'll be playing shows as soon as I find the right place. If you do the legwork for me you can be my manager! ; D