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|Tuesday, November 13th, 2007|
Kick Out The Jams this Thursday!!
GHOULS IN THE GARAGE crashes TT's in Central Square on the Third Thursday of every month, digging up an orgy of mind-blowing tracks from rock's rawest cemetery!
DJs Mary Widow and J. Cannibal spin RAW & RARE 60s punk, garage, hard psych, psychobilly and scuzz. From The Sonics to The Cramps and beyond, party like it's 1969 with blown out cuts from the fiercest animals in rock n roll!
Plus, Terri will be pouring in the lounge to fuel your Thursday thirst.
We were so psyched to see how many people got their stomp on last month that we're adding go-go girls this time around to keep that dancefloor energy going. We're also bringing more films to project and, since the Sox season is over, we'll also have cult classics playing on the tv over by the bar.
Cheap pool, stiff drinks and vintage horror flicks projected all night long! 18+ and only five bucks!!!( Flyer under CutCollapse )
|Saturday, March 3rd, 2007|
amazing recording deal, march 1st through 11th
From now until March 11th The Milkhouse is offering full 10-hour lockouts for only $100.
That's less than 1/3 of our normal day rate, and it's way beyond a awesome deal. Sessions will be booked on a first-come, first-serve basis and have been going FAST. We will never be running this promotion again, so even if you're not ready to record a whole album, it might not be a bad idea to get in and record what you've got while the rates are so low.
Interested? Call me. (phone is preferred over email due to the rate at which sessions are getting booked)
603. 686. 6182.
32 Rugg Road, Allston
|Monday, November 13th, 2006|
Mostly Kings is a trio based out of the greater Boston area. The band combines rock with elements of blues, funk, and folk. We formed in early 2006, and completed a three song demo this fall. We have been constantly writing new material and are in the process of booking many shows. Lets bring some rock! Be our friend! E-mail us at: email@example.com Click Here to check out our Myspace and let us know what you think!
|Tuesday, June 6th, 2006|
Auditions for: FORBIDDEN ZONE – LIVE!
Forbidden Zone is coming to the stage! The 1980 cult classic written by Richard Elfman (Freeway) and composed by and featuring his brother Danny Elfman (Nightmare before Christmas, Pee Wee’s Big Adventure) is being debuted this year live and on stage for the very first time. This is the official(Elfman approved!)
premiere of Forbidden Zone. The production team for this performance is so excited to have the opportunity to bring Forbidden Zone to the stage. We are seeking equally enthusiastic performers to help us bring it to life. PLOT DESCRIPTIONOingo Boingo fans and midnight movie mavens will love this bizarre black-and-white feature packed with music, madness, and members of the Elfman clan. The story revolves around the Hercules family, who live in a house that just happens to hide a secret entrance to the Sixth Dimension in the basement. When daughter Frenchy skips school one afternoon, she finds herself irresistibly drawn to the forbidden door, and winds up a prisoner in this alternate world. King Fausto, the diminutive leader of the Sixth Dimension, is enamored with the beautiful young Frenchy and keeps her in the same cell as his favorite concubines, despite the disapproval of Queen Doris. Frenchy's brother, Flash, follows her into the Forbidden Zone with Gramps in tow, intending to save her, but they too are captured and must call school chum Squeezit for help. Squeezit tries to assist, but ends up captured and decapitated by Satan, though this development doesn't keep his disembodied noggin from flying about and informing King Fausto that the Queen is planning to dispose of his beloved Frenchy. The appearance of the King's first wife and the kidnapping of his topless daughter further confuse matters, but everything is wrapped up neatly with an elaborate song and dance number at the conclusion. ~ Fred Beldin, All Movie Guide (http://movies2.nytimes.com/gst/movies/movie.html?v_id=18170)
We are currently casting performers who can carry a tune, dance a few steps and pull off a joke. We are looking for a solid and committed cast, as this show will be running from November –March with several breaks. Performances will be in New England, primarily in Boston and Derry N.H. Actors will be compensated. This production is non-equity.
Audition Info:When: Sunday June 11th 2pm.
Where: 1171 Boylston St. Apt 12. Boston, Ma
What to prepare:
- A brief (1 min) comedic monologue, either from the film(we will have a few sides available)or one that you already know and are comfortable with.
- 16 bars of your favorite tune. The music is by Danny Elfman (Oingo Boingo, The Nightmare Before Xmas, Beetlejuice) so anything jazzy and upbeat would be appreciated. **the soundtrack is available on Itunes and local stores**
- There will be a short dance audition. Please wear something that allows for movement.
Any Questions, please contact:
|Wednesday, March 8th, 2006|
Are you a high-school student looking to dress up in your finest vintage/mod/retro getup for prom? Are you combing thrift stores and scanning pictures from the 50s and 60s for inspiration? I'm a writer for the Boston Globe and I'm looking for Boston-area high-school students who are trying to find vintage/mod/retro prom dresses and tuxes/suits. If you're going for that look THIS year for either a junior or senior prom, please email me your contact info at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for your help!
-Bobby Hankinson, Living/Arts
|Sunday, March 5th, 2006|
Waiting on Ian is a local band so I'm just spreading the word...
Waiting On Ian
March, 18 2006 at Mt. Abrams Springfest
Locke Mills, ME 04217
Mt. Abrams anniversary weekend
Waiting On Ian
April, 8 2006 at Windham Vet Hall
Windham, ME 04062
Waiting On Ian
April, 9 2006 at ROCK OFF 22
McAully Center for the performing arts, Portland, ME 04101
state wide high school battle of the bands
ALSO, this has nothing to do with WOI but I'm promoting it non the less:
Harry and the Potters
Tuesday May 9
Portland Public Library
|Sunday, February 5th, 2006|
I just wanted to spread the word about an upcoming show that you won't want to miss! Melissa Ferrick and Erin McKeown are touring together and will be in the MA area in April. For those of you that have already heard of either one of them you know that this show will be well worth going to. For those of you that have never heard of either of them. You dont know what your missing you should really check out both of there MySpace pages and have a listen. Im telling you once you hear their work you will be amazed! What have you got to lose! Take a look and Im sure I will see you at the show!
Melissa Ferrick- Myspace http://www.myspace.com/rightonrecords
Erin McKeown- Myspace http://www.myspace.com/erinmckeown
If your not in MA check out Ferricks website for all dates. Maybe she will be in your area sometime soon!
ABOUT THE SHOWS!
venue Somerville Theater
address 55 Davis Square
date 4/7/06 8pm
opening Erin McKeown
ticket prices: $28.00 & $23.00
venue: Pearl Sreet
address: 10 Pearl St. NorthHampton MA
opening: Erin Mckeown
adv $17.50 door $20.00
|Saturday, December 3rd, 2005|
Alkaline Trio Acoustic Performance
Monday, December 5 at 10 PM
Newbury Street location (332 Newbury St., Boston)
Alkaline Trio will be performing a special acoustic set at our Newbury St.
store Monday, December 5 at 10 PM
. Starting at 10 AM on December 5th
, get a wristband to get in to the in-store with purchase of Alkaline Trio's re-issued CD, "Crimson-Deluxe Edtion." This CD includes 14 new and previously unreleased tracks, 10 demo versions taken from the Crimson sessions, 4 live acoustic songs and videos for "Time to Waste" & "Mercy Me." This CD is available 12/5 at the Newbury St. store only and on 12/6 at all other locations. Wristbands are limited and only available at the Newbury St. store.
|Friday, December 2nd, 2005|
WBCN Radio is going to be live at Newbury Comics over at the Burlington, Massachusetts location THIS Saturday around 3pm - 7pm.
Apparently WBCN will be handing out a few U2 tickets as well as some other freebies... check it out... YEAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
112 Burlington Mall Road
Burlington, MA 01803
PS. If you are interested, you may want to call our location for more information.
-zak (store #4)
|Friday, November 4th, 2005|
Check out these bands:
The Clock Work Army and The Antiques. They'll be touring through CT soon ish. You can give them a listen at
post what you think
|Monday, October 17th, 2005|
|Wednesday, October 12th, 2005|
Come to Our House West in Allston on Comm Ave (1 block up from the Harvard Ave stop on the B line) for NEW MUSIC NIGHT! Get free stuff. Hear new bands. Get free stuff. Hang out. 9-11pm.
|Saturday, October 1st, 2005|
Fiona Apple listening event
Sunday, Oct 2, 2pm
Trident Booksellers and Cafe
338 Newbury St., Boston
|Sunday, September 11th, 2005|
Newbury Comics going down in flames...
This may just be the Nashua, NH, store, but I'm not sure. Word from the inside (know a kid who just left working at newby's) is that Newbury Comics has all of their cds and dvds on sale for 20% off the labeled price because they want to get rid of the cds/movies and sell only the other crap they have there. Basically they want to turn it into a Spencers/Hot Topic type of place.
This is bullshit.
I guess I'll have to check out Bull Moose since they're the only other place you can find really good cds. Apparently they're even cheaper than Newby's.
|Thursday, September 8th, 2005|
Anyone want progpower tickets?
I have three of them available at 250 for all of them or 90 maybe even 80 for each.
and if you live close by and can pick them up I will sell them for 50 each, 50 each!
But if I have to mail them they will cost atleast 70 each.
|Thursday, August 25th, 2005|
|Friday, May 20th, 2005|
who doesnt love free stuff?
new zine that will cover "Hardcore" such as old school hardcore, grind, crust, thrash, noisecore pretty much anything short, fast and loud. The first issue is free just so I can get the word out. Any bands that want to get their demo reviewed send me a copy and I will review your demo and put all your contact info in the zine so kids can contact you to order your demo, book shows etc....If you have any rad pix from shows or skateboarding pix feel free to send em in and I'll give you credit in the zine for hookin me up with pix. Also if you're into wrestling (especially japanese death match wrestling or just underground wrestling in general) feel free to send in some show pix or whatever.
12 Church Street
Richmond, ME 04357
|Monday, May 9th, 2005|
Want to be in the new ...AND YOU WILL KNOW US BY THE TRAIL OF DEAD
video? Its being shot at the Middle East in Cambridge, MA on May 10 and 11 (tues and wed) 9:30am-6pm. There is a call for extras open now, so if you want to be in the video and hang out with Trail of Dead for a couple days, send an email to email@example.com or call Linnea at 617-669-5186.
|Tuesday, March 8th, 2005|
I am in desperate need of <2> two tickets to see Matchbook Romance/Motion City Soundtrack this Saturday at Axis. I had tickets, but there was a problem when I tried to order them online and the order didn't go through. Can anyone help a sister out? =/
Let me know your price, & I will be MORE than willing to come get them from you.
Thank you thank you thank you!!
|Tuesday, February 8th, 2005|