Wednesday May 27th 9:00 / FREE
WHITEHAUS JUKE BOX NIGHT
@ the NEW MILKY WAY in lovely J.P.
DON, FOAM, POT AND SUN
will be spinning the latest, the oldest and the boldest
keeping your feet moving and your hearts pump, pumping.
Come on down and and get down with all of your favorite Mausers.
Thursday May 28th. 8:00
a folk legend foam / sun collaboration
(I.E. PEACE, LOVING)
@ the ppalmm loft in chinatown
17 Edinboro #6
Sunset (Austin, TX), Ppalmm and a band you will know if you’ve got your ears to the wind.
i.e. ask and you will know now what you’ve known is knowing.
things are great. i checked out michael and taraka’s sweet coyote and utopian artifacts exhibits at the smfa. i rode there on my bike with morgan shaker. after that i uploaded my record to archive.org. kate and i have been uploading all the classic w.f.r releases there and soon they will all be available for free on whitehausfamilyrecord.com. i really wanted to write this post to let you know about a great show going on may 25th, that’s memorial day!, at charlies kitchen in harvard square. concord ballet orchestra players (myspace.com/cbop) is playing and they’re in full cast, 9 members! sure to rock your mind! atomfoam (that’s me) will be performing with greg sun (that’s manners). we both live at the whitehaus and usually perform with peace, loving but morgan shaker is getting married and he’s really busy and can’t do the show. it should be a really special set with greg and i, we’re cooking up something fun! we’ve got practice tomorrow to start working the ideas out. also this band mind yeti is playing the show at charlie’s, they seem to have no web presence and i think that might be something to note in our day and age. the show starts at 9 and it’s just those three acts. if you want to double down on your burgers after grilling on memorial day, charlie’s is your spot.
while i’m here i wanted to give you the address of my new album where you can download the AIFF’s or listen to the mp3s in a convenient player.
What: Live Show FeaturingÂ Whitehaus Family Record!
Where: Â City Feed and Supply, 672 Centre St, Jamaica Plain
When: 6PM-8PM Tonight May 07th! 2009Â
Who: Â Greg Moon, Many Mansions, Morgan Shaker, Gracious Calamity
Why: Â Jp Centre/South Main St. Presents First Thursdays! Â Check out all this cool art in your own neighborhood (or someone else’s if your zip code happens to be something other than 02130)
Rhythm & Muse, 470 Centre St.Â – Â Randace Moore, photographyÂ Xposure by Noeâ€™l, 606 Centre St. – Gloria Carigg On Centre St, 636 Centre St. â€“ Phillip Celeste, jewelry Jameson and Thompson, 15 Greenview (Near Corner of Centre). Group show by students of the Williams After-school Program Blue Frog, 3 Green St. – Max Braverman, photography JP Licks, 659 Centre St. Â â€“ Music by Jeremy Lyons, Maggie Carryberry City Feed, 672 Centre St. – Whitehaus Family Record, local artist collective group show; Music by Many Mansions, Gracious Calamity, Greg Moon, & Morgan Shaker Prudential Unlimited Realty, 673 Centre St. – Ruth Aoki, jewelry Fire Opal, 683 Centre St. Â Jennifer Hill, graphic artist Cobwebs,Â 703 Centre St. Â - Kathleen Kilgore Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, 713 Centre St. â€“ Nancy Carbonaro, Cuba/Cambodia Photographs Boomerangs,Â 716 Centre St. â€“ Bryan Martello, Greg MullinÂ Vee Vee,Â Â 763 Centre St. – Brent Refsland, â€œB-side Portraitsâ€ Salmagundi, 765 Centre St. – Rob Festa, photography, surprise guest DJ spinning live music Jamaica Plain Branch Library, (corner South & Sedgwick Sts.). – Meaghan Schwelm, â€œEmanateâ€ – mixed media JP Art Market, 36 South St. – Meridian Academy, Student Photography Petal and Leaf, 48 South St. – Coco Ray Fiore’s Italian Bakery, 55 South St. â€“ Eileen Pearlman, photography Fresh Hair, 62 South St. â€“ Artist Jon Truslow, all proceeds to benefit Community ServingsÂ The Hallway,Â 66a South St. – Various local artists JP Dame,Â 68 South St. – Nikki Belfiglio, photography McCormack & Scanlan, 68 South St. – Ginny Oâ€™Neil, Tom Menihan A Far Cry,Â 142a South St. – Music by A Far Cry (CD release party), Annie Weatherwax, paintings
Saturnday. May 9th at the Whitehaus. Free. All Ages. 8pm. Join us for a circus of antique media with the world’s leading manipulators of lo-fidelity technology! Starring: “Son of Salami” (of “nosebleed island”) and “toothache.” Both travelling from Burlington, VT! Local Yocals Performers for the night will be Whitehaus acts “atomfoam” and “Yop Forty” (debut show).