From Stellar Levy ’15 who is in this performance but is in a chair the whole time because she fractured her foot a month ago:
Come see Precision Ensemble dance in their annual spring performance! It’s exciting to watch and FREE FREE FREE so you have no excuse. Plus Barry White will make an appearance.
March 29th 7:00pm and 9:00pm
March 30th 8:00pm
Tickets will be available the day of the shows at the box office and at the door.
Date: Friday, March 29 and Saturday, March 30
Time: 7 and 9 p.m. on Friday, 8 p.m. on Saturday
Place: ’92 Theater
If you read our winter concert forecast (cloudy with a chance of Delicate Steve), you’ll recall the short bit we included about Zammuto:
Zammuto is the solo project of guitarist/vocalist Nick Zammuto of the generally inimitable Books, who called it quits a year ago. Zammuto features that same glitchy, wildly inventive cut-and-paste aesthetic, but more vocal-oriented and less emphasis on bizarre spoken word samples. (If you don’t know The Books, stop what you’re doing and watch this video.)
Guess what, homedrones? Winter’s over, and that means Zammuto is bringing his powers of freak experimental wizardry THIS SATURDAY to ECLECTIC for a FREE CONCERT that is OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Jesse “Skeevy on the Radio” Brent ’13 with the crucial deets:
Blaise ’16 wants you to come to this awesome concert:
A mix of Maine and Brooklyn based bands! Lunch Cult is from Portland, Maine and the band of future Wes student Luke MacDonald. “Comedy routine disguised as punk rock band. blow-fi.” The Ne’er Dowells are a Brooklyn band lead by the audacious Gio Escobar. Technically developed fun indie rock woo. The Micks are also based in BK are lead by John Walsh of New Paltz college. Lunch Cult are fun moshy, rock with anthem-y tunes that you will like. COME AND MOSH AND SING
Date: March 30, 2013
Place: Westco Cafe