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    bLectal Advisory May 1 2001 dear billious blectillious masses here is the current lo-down on our hi-pro-glo, 3 upcoming Bay Area shows. (More detailed info at
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      bLectal Advisory May 1 2001

      dear billious blectillious masses

      here is the current lo-down on our hi-pro-glo, 3
      upcoming Bay Area shows.�(More detailed info at the
      end of this email)

      saturday may5th - 6PM� - kevin blechdom squaks on an
      SFEMF panel at Southern Exposure Gallery

      saturday may5th - blectum from blechdom at the RAWA
      benefit at the stork club with THE BRAN (...) POS +
      PLANETSIZE, DEEP DICKOLLECTIVE, CONE, SPEZZA ROTTO�

      sunday may6th - SFEMF -�at�the cell space - 7:30PM -
      Blectum from Blechdom, Fuzzy Bunny, Atau Tanaka, iWT

      Saturday, May 12�at the�Bottom of the Hill� - 10 : 00
      pm� $8�����
      Peaches & Gonzales(sultry electronic grooves from
      Berlin by way of Canada/kitty-yo) and bLectum from
      bLechdom

      we will also be playing shows in Tampa, Florida May 18
      and 19,
      and in London June 3rd. More about that later or at
      http://www.blectum.com

      superCalifragilistically yours,
      kevin and bLevin bLechdom�from bLectum from bLechdom�


      more detailed�info ------->�

      �Show #1 :

      Fire Museum is proud to present a benefit concert for
      the Revolutionary
      Association of the Women of Afghanistan (RAWA) at the
      Stork Club, 2330
      Telegraph Avenue in Oakland, featuring the following
      fine artists. (in
      reverse order of appearance)

      BLECTUM FROM BLECHDOM
      Oakland-based laptop/samplers duo, they are getting
      thrown into the whole
      burgeoning "techno/laptop/idm
      /glitch/punk/electro/whatever-you-wanna-call-it"
      genre. Recent reviews and
      features� in The Wire (UK), A.P. Magazine,
      Grooves,XLR8R, Blow Up(Italy),
      �and Vice Magazine. "..the dividing line between nice,
      clean digital funk
      and dirty sweaty funk. What gives?" -The Wire
      http://www.blectum.com

      THE BRAN (...) POS + PLANETSIZE
      The technical siphoning of the natural unpredictable
      qualities of the
      voice
      as a source and trigger for far more unworldly
      electronic sounds combined
      with the manhandling of the synthesizer into a form
      equally as malleable
      and skippy makes up much of what is heard at a
      BRAN(...)POS concert.
      Human
      grunts and moans/Machine grunts and moans/Man loves
      machine/Machine plays
      hard to get(in public)/Some discussion ensues.
      Performances with
      fatest-finger champion PLANETSIZE border on punk rock
      terrordome with
      chopped up beats the speed of lightning, screams of
      misplaced authority,
      and rejuvenating blasts of sonic electricity. THE BRAN
      (...) POS
      celebrates the release of a bran new CD 3XX3 available
      May 2001 from
      Chitah! Chitah!
      Soundcrack. ALL PROFITS FROM BRAN CD SALES THIS
      EVENING TO BENEFIT RAWA!
      branpos@...
      http://www.angelfire.com/ca2/branpos

      DEEP DICKOLLECTIVE
      The fag has entered and the cypher is stalled.
      The anti-gangster aesthetic of quasi-Nationalist
      "conscious"
      hip-hoppers and bohemian MC thrift shoppers pave a
      space for D/DC to
      articulate its word play. They represent a political
      lyricism that does
      not take itself too seriously. they are the brave
      mavericks of a movement
      that some affectionately refer to as homo-hop. They
      are Oxymoronic "out"
      black queer Emcees the world says do not exist. They
      are the rumblings of
      a revolution that have for too long been silenced.
      Overstand? It's not
      that deep.
      http://www.deep-dickollective.com/

      CONE
      featuring members of Zmrzlina in a more free form
      version of their
      experimental take on pop/rock/electronica. a number of
      musicians,� dj's,
      and visual artists are invited to add to the fray. The

      musicians involved often layer their instruments on
      top of found sounds
      and samples, and sampled beats.
      http://www.zmrzlina.com

      SPEZZA ROTTO
      Spezza Rotto is an ferociously absurdist mix of rock,
      noise, 21st Century
      opera and dada concepts. All lyrics for the band have
      been translated into
      Italian via an on-line language translation program.
      Rising from the
      ashes of Eskimo, The Molecules, and Optimist
      International, Spezza Rotto
      has arrived.
      http://www.tscandura.com/SPEZZAROTTO.html

      ����� SATURDAY, MAY 5TH 2001
      ����� THE STORK CLUB (2330 Telegraph Avenue, cross�
      ����� street 23rd Avenue, near 19th Avenue Bart)
      ����� OAKLAND
      ����� doors 7:00 p.m.
      ����� $6-$10 sliding scale
      ����� 21+


      further information: tomato_gazelle@... or
      (415)221-4921
      concert website:
      http://www.geocities.com/tomato_gazelle/Fire_Museum.html



      Show #2:


      > May 3-6
      >
      > ___San Francisco Electronic Music Festival
      > < http://www.sfemf.org>
      >
      > Thursday, May 3, 8:30p
      > at 7hz
      >
      > ___Electric Birds
      > ___Thomas Dimuzio
      > ___Xopher Davidson
      > ___Scott Arford
      >
      > Friday, May 4, 8:30p
      > at CellSpace
      >
      > ___Carl Stone
      > ___Miya Masoaka
      > ___John Bischoff
      > ___Brandon Labelle
      >
      > Saturday, May 5, 6:00p
      > at Southern Exposure
      >
      > ___Pannel Discussion
      > ___"(Corpor)reality in the Network Age"
      >
      > Sunday, May 6, 7:30p
      > at CellSpace
      >
      > ___Blectum from Blechdom
      > ___Fuzzy Bunny
      > ___Atau Tanaka
      > ___iWT
      >
      > Installations, May 4,5,6
      > at CellSpace
      >
      > ___Scot Jenerik
      > ___Randy Yau
      >
      > All Shows $10-15 sliding scale, $8 w/ student
      > coupon, $30 festival pass
      > CellSpace 2050 Bryant
      > Southern Exposure 401 Alabama


      Show #3

      Bottom of the Hill
      Sat, May 12���
      10 : 00 pm
      $8�����
      Peaches & Gonzales
      sultry electronic grooves from Berlin by way of Canada


      Blectum from Blechdom

      http://www.sfbg.com/AandE/35/31/musica.html

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