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Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Tits and Heads!

Two performances coming up this weekend!

First off, although it seems difficult to comprehend how this could have happened, Magic Tits will be making their second public appearance this Friday evening at Smiling Buddha! Someone has obviously taken leave of their senses (possibly me, for starting this project in the first place).

Smiling Buddha Showcase featuring
Kick the Door Down Jackie
and
Magic Tits!
9:30pm $5 cover
(Magic Tits are on at 11pm)

961 College St. (just west of Dovercourt)

Here are some video clips of the Tits in action (so you know, more or less, what to expect):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y5eIn60jdbU
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ko4F6B5dhrk
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l3qlUL0uCq8

And then!

On Sunday evening Six Heads is tickled pink (note I didn't use that phrase in reference to Magic Tits!) to be opening for Robert Millis (Climax Golden Twins)! This will be the Toronto premiere of his most recent film "This World Is Unreal Like A Snake In A Rope" and there will be a rare solo performance by Mr. Millis as well. Oh, and I just found out GFR are playing too! An event not to be missed!!

Wintage Records & Tapes is proud to present

Film screening for new Sublime Frequencies documentary;

THIS WORLD IS UNREAL LIKE A SNAKE IN A ROPE
A film by Robert Millis (Sublime Frequencies)
55 minutes
A collage of sights and sounds from the eternal never-ending collage that is INDIA. A trip through the Southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu featuring Hindu trance ceremonies, nagaswaram improvisations, impossibly loud cities, processions, blessings, color, abstractions, detail, music and more. India is impossible to know: it is too vast, too rich and too much of a dream. Offered here is one perspective, one dream, subjective and flawed, hanging by a thread. Robert Millis is a musician and artist, a founding member of Climax Golden Twins and AFCGT and a frequent contributor to the Sublime Frequencies and Dust to Digital record labels. His previous films include Phi Ta Khon: Ghosts of Isan and My Friend Rain and was the co-author of Victrola Favorites released on Dust to Digital in 2008.

Including;
A rare live solo performance by the Director and Climax Golden Twins founding member Robert Millis

With special opening guests

Six Heads & Gastric Female Reflex

Sunday October 10th, 2010 (10/10/10)
Live at Teranga (158 Agusta Ave, Toronto)
Doors: 7pm Film Screening: 8pm Performances: 9pm
$8

- William A. Davison

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