See the acclaimed, Seattle independent arthouse thriller, The Anatomy of Monsters, at this free screening! Free. 21+ Doors at 6pm. Film at 6:30. Members of the cast and crew will be in attendance. Stick around after the screening and see a live show featuring the filmmaker's Shock Rock band, Ghosts in the Graveyard. The show is $6. 21+.... See MoreSee Less
Shoopolish presents a night of music, art, food, drink and dance.
There will be live art, local artists, and a selection of delicious beats! Plus, we will be hosting a charity raffle, as well as donating 10% of ticket sales. All to benefit Mary's Place in fighting homelessness in our city!
Transportive artistic environments brought to you by...
Fletcher Farrar, Macki Stratton, Veronica Lenoski, Skyler Bissell, and Dave Thirlby
There will be a $10 cover for this event, 10% of which will go directly to fighting homelessness by way of Mary's Place (www.marysplaceseattle.org/). Please join us in supporting the artists of all kinds who make these events possible AND give back to our community!... See MoreSee Less
Come on by for another political & protest artist meet-up!
We had some great discussions last week about what we want to get out of these meetings, how to plug in to The Wandering Eye: Political Art Collective & Zine and Bleeding Heart Militia, poltiical topcics of importance to us, and our feelings as artists in Trump Nation.
Starting in January, we'll be meeting weekly and topically. If you are interested in The Wandering Eye: Political Art Collective & Zine, come to our meeting on January 8th (link to event info: www.facebook.com/events/1152675678186496/) _________________________________________
Drinks available for 21+ Meet-and-Greet starts @ 5pm Group Discussion starts @ 5:30pm
Invite your friends! This is a public event and all are welcome (even if you're not an artist and you just want to get involved or learn more about political art, or make some new friends)
We are also creating a group where people can access meeting notes, if they are unable to attend. If you are interested in being added to that group, please comment in this event or message Jay T. Conrad and she will add you. 🙂
😐 DEPTHS |: is taking a break and returning on January 9th 2017 This month features live improvised score to L'Age d'Or (1930) performed by: Peter John Cameron (Peter and the Tribe & Hell Mary) TBASA (The Valley, Hell Mary & TBASA) Plus an opening live improvised score to EMAK BAKIA (1927) performed by: WES SP8 (Wes Sp8 & The Apollo Proxy) 21+ FREE 8PM... See MoreSee Less
Now more than ever, we need to stand by those who have fought the hardest for our country. Join Morgue Anne and her troupe of villainous entertainers as we join with Heels For Combat Boots - Washington to raise money for National Alliance to End Veteran Suicide December 13th.
Featuring performanes by: Sophie B Fawkins Roux Lette Mongrel Annie Lexi Angel Velvet Revulva Madam Rouge Elwood Fluze And Nigel Larson
Hosted by Seatte's Burlesque Super Villainess, Morgue Anne. Pick up by Seattle Dragon.
This event is 21 and over. Show starts at 8pm. This event is pay what you can, we encourage you to support both our charity and the wonderful venue that hosts us.... See MoreSee Less
MAKLAK is back with a brand new 7" single from Deepskull Records! This very limited edition single features their unique and heavy take on Massive Attack's "Angel" & Portishead's "Wandering Star". This single is limited to only 100 copies of what Maklak calls the “tri-force pack” which includes the 7" on random colored vinyl, CD and download card.
Greenriver Thrillers will be supporting this bill and anyone that loves well crafted heavy PNW rock already knows that these guys are some of the best Seattle has to offer. Get their new full-length LP Distorted Diva on green vinyl and/or their new limited 7" split single "Body Parts" (with Stereo Creeps' "Choose Yr Weapon" on the flip side) also on Deepskull Records.
The Devil Bores Me kicks off the night with their exciting, heavy, noisy brand of hard rock / post hard core briliance! A band not to be missed!
The Substation Holiday Party is just around the corner! Friday, December 16th - 3 great bands will come together for a fantastic evening of music. We're here to celebrate the local community of musicians that form the Seattle music scene and pay tribute to the tradition that is rock and roll.
We'll blend classic rock, psychedelic rock, americana, funk, soul, and dance music with a sweet projected light show, the highest quality bartenders, and pristine sound, and of course, specil guest musicians.
Bands announced so far: The Monday After The Black Clouds Jay D'Lay and the Haze + special guests: Sam Morrison (baritone sax, vocals) Frank Vitolo (alto saxaphone)... See MoreSee Less
Substation Presents: Hekl, The Mad Scientist is releasing his new Beat Tape! We're having a party at Substation in conjunction with Hip Hop Monday. Performances from All Star Opera, Peace & Red Velvet, DoNormaal, ZELLi, & Ancient Mariner. Live Art by Perry Paints!
Hip Hop Monday (Every 3rd Monday of the Month) December, 19th Substation: 645 NW 45th St. 7PM, $6, 21+
ANCIENT MARINER ZELLi DONORMAAL PEACE & RED VELVET ALL STAR OPERA HEKL
PERRY PAINTS w/ Live Art
Monthly booking - firstname.lastname@example.org General booking - email@example.com
Previous Acts: Able & Tulsi All Star Opera Araless CALL Captaincy Cosmos the Band Dex Amora Don Dishes DoNormaal Estimate Golden Alchemy Hekl, The Mad Scientist IFseattle Jamil Suleman JustMurph Kazadi MadShroom MC The Brotha Boogie Marshall Mung Masta X-Kid Mic Maven Michete Mojo Barnes Myrlin Peace & Red Velvet Porky $coop Raven Matthews Saga Breeze Sendai ERA Shakiah Shorty Loves Me Sleep Steady SmaR-T JoneS Son The Rhemic Turtle T Wizdumb Yirim Seck... See MoreSee Less
Highbrow/Lowbrow: A Very Varied Variety Show has so many reasons to celebrate this holiday season! It’s our one year anniversary of shows! It’s Maggie McMuffin’s Birthday! We have ALL THE GLITTER and ALL THE TALENT! Come be festive with us!
The Wandering Eye: Political Art Collective & Zine welcomes one & all!!
Drinks available for those 21+ Meet-n-greet starts at 5pm Discussion starts at 5:30pm If you're not out by 9pm, you gotta pay to stay for the show!
BRING: Yourself, your poliical art, and your ideas!
JOIN US ONLINE: The Wandering Eye Zine - Content Curators & Creators Facebook Group Interested in art that makes an impact? Join the Ethical Artist Alliance Facebook Group and talk to Iris Chamberlain about the Bleeding Heart Militia ___________________________________________________ Based on our last meeting (November), we'll be talking about:
- How is everyone doing? What's new? Any events coming up we should know about? Any cool projects happening? Any needs?
- Collaborating on projects: Who wants to do what together? We will create small groups.
- We decided to do a regularly-released zine. Are we picking a theme or topic? When is our deadline for issue 1? Recommended events/artists to cover? How to Curate 101: Talking to your friends about featuring their event/project in The Wandering Eye zine
- We discussed having open mic/ political art constructive critique & feedback sessions. How regularly do we want to have these? Should this be the function of the small groups/topical groups? Should we overlap these sessions with the monthly zine/process meetings?
- We discussed putting together gallery showings/art shows/events/live music as venefit shows or as meet-and-greets. Do we want to move forward with this?
Please put forward any other discussion topics in the event, or message Jay T. Conrad directly 🙂... See MoreSee Less
::: Live Visuals by Art is Flowing & Audrey Lane :::
::: Photography by Rachel Reis / Evidence of Life :::
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DRUMSPYDER (Desert Trax, SF) Drumspyder, aka Scott Sterling, brings a deep love of rhythm, drums, and dance to his distinctive style of electronic fusion. An expert percussionist specializing in the tamborines and framedrums, he weaves together intricate hand percussion with contemporary sounds into high-energy grooves, equally inspirational to the dancefloor and the on-stage performer. Drawing inspiration primarily from the old music of Europe and the Mediterranean, his music is a unique alchemy of ancient traditions, tribal rhythms, and sensual pagan atmosphere. Originating in San Francisco's crucible of bellydance, bass culture, and world music fusion, Drumspyder has come into his own as an original producer, building a substantial catalog of work on the Caravan, Dakini, and Desert Trax labels, and releasing two EPs of original music in 2015, and . He is a prolific remixer, lending his signature live percussion and melodic touch to the Desert Dwellers, Deya Dova, David Starfire, as well as various traditional ensembles. His music has been featured in numerous dance DVDs and theatrical productions. 2015 and 2016 saw Drumspyder lighting up festival stages throughout the US and Canada, including Imagine, Symbiosis, Konnexion, Cascadia, Atmosphere, Blessed Coast, 3 Days of Light, and many more. Recently he had the honor of playing at the Chapel of Sacred Mirrors in New York. Help us give him a warm welcome back to Seattle, in celebration of his latest release, an original 9-track album titled "The Mother Rune."