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7482calla/datach'i/valentine six/unit show nyc

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  • sean donovan
    Mar 5, 2000
      >a custom coordination<
      presented by calla and wnyu 89.1 fm/ the new afternoon
      show (mon-fri 4-7:30pm)

      who: calla, datach'i, valentine six, unit
      where: the frying pan (an historic lighthouse ship), docked at pier 63
      (12th ave & 23rd st.) just north of chelsea piers/west of westside
      highway, new york, new york
      when: saturday, march 11, 2000 doors at 8pm (see below for show times)
      cost: $7 (21 and up strictly enforced)
      etc: full bar, heat, and sound; visuals by one russian

      Calla and WNYU 89.1fm are proud to present >a custom coordination<, a
      multi-media event in the hull of The Frying Pan on Saturday, March 11,
      2000. The event brings together some of New York's premiere musical

      Calla has been called "four stars/outstanding …excelling where so many
      others have failed in this post-everything era of music… touches on such
      iconoclasts as Paul Schutze, Tricky, Tom Waits and Ry Cooder without an
      overt nod to any of them. Calla are about quiet tension without release
      and music without boundaries. Obsessive futurists looking for new song
      forms may find them here." (Christopher Porter, Alternative Press,
      1/00). In the past two months, Calla has performed with Thurston Moore
      (Sonic Youth), Rashied Ali (John Coltrane), and Michael Gira (founder of
      Swans, Angels of Light).

      "one of the decade's most exciting abstract-electronic releases. With
      10110101 (REC + PLAY), Datach'i has established himself as one of
      electronica's most challenging artists." (Dave Segal, Alternative Press,

      "Valentine Six comes on in a wonderful jumble of indecipherable cultural
      references - the sax-driven combo knows how to ride smoky vocals in and
      out of any film noir of the past forty years… the vulgarity of the music
      is liberating at first. But soon enough the perfection of the construct
      - the essential refusal of vulgarity -erases it." (Interview Magazine,

      "On Unit's debut album…he proceeds as if science fiction were true and
      as if 'real' instruments didn't exist…could be an alternative soundtrack
      for the last part of Kubrick's 2001…Narcoleptic Symphony is music for
      virtual kabuki, or maybe the next R-rated video game." (Andrea Moed, CMJ
      New Music Monthly)

      8:30 unit >caipirinha<
      9:30 datach'i >caipirinha<
      10:30 valentine six (record release) >pcp<
      11:30 calla >sub rosa<
      12:30-close dj daniel c
      wnyu new afternoon show djs in between sets

      for more information: