When July 4th falls on a Wednesday, which weekend is the designated blowout? For some of us, that depends on the boss, and the answer is often “neither.” Don’t think too hard about it, and maybe you’ll be convinced that this all adds up to a good reason to see RADIO WONDERLAND on Saturday the 7th. If you don’t observe U.S. Independence Day, join the club, and see the show anyway.
I’m only doing my patriotic duty even if I’m no more than a mosquito nibbling the flab of some sorry Redcoat. Figuratively of course. I’ll be feeding off of live radio as usual.
10.30PM Saturday 7 July 2007
58 N 3rd St
(btw. Kent & Wythe)
Williamsburg, Brooklyn 11211
Admission: $5, $10 minimum
Monkeytown is a classy, unusual venue: a square back room with a performance stage in the center, on which interesting musicians play. Videos are projected on wall-size screens on all 4 walls. And good, fancy food is served–they are a real restaurant with a Chef, Sommelier and Pastry Chef! I am the last act (11:15pm) on Saturday’s electronic night hosted by Mekatronics, an earnest young roving concert series.
Night of Mekatronics
Analog, digital, hybrid, mechanic and visual, machine and software
driven, constructed and deconstructed. A mixture of mechanics,
electronics and computing combined.
FIRST SET 8.00 PM
SECOND SET 10.30 PM: