Saturday, February 28, 2004

The Repercussions at the Knitting Factory was awesome. Having to haul ass at midnight to go back to work on Long Island afterwards was not awesome. I felt like Cinderella turning into a pumpkin or some such. But it was totally worth it. I couldn't miss that show for the world. Hopefully my ass won't get fired. Because, rock n' roll always wins out over corporate bullshit. Be that as it may, however, being unemployed sucks ass, especially when running a record label on tight purse strings to begin with. Congratufuckinglationss to the boys in the Repercussions for playing an awesome set in front of 15 people. Thanks to Tigers & Monkeys and Antonia for making it possible. And thanks to everyone who came out to see them rock faces off.

Thursday, February 26, 2004

Hey! I posted a new poem thingee on the Chicken & Waffles blog last night.
But more importantly, the Repercussions are playing a last minute show at the Knitting Factory on Friday, Feb 27th!!! They are opening for Tigers and Monkeys, featuring Shonali of Ultrababyfat, so you know it'll be aweosme!! Come Down and hang out and rock and drink and shit, YEAH!!!

Friday, February 27th
The Repercussions
Tigers and Monkeys
The Fire-Ups

Knitting Factory
Main Performance Space
74 Leonard Street
New York City , NY 10013


You can take the 1 or 9 train to Franklin Street, walk one block south to Leonard, turn left and walk a block & a half to the club.
You can take the A, C, or E train to Canal Street, walk 4 blocks south and turn left on Leonard.
You could also take the N or R train to Canal Street, walk down Broadway 4 blocks to Leonard, turn right, and see the club at the far end of the block.
For detailed driving directions I suggest Mapquest!

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