Event: Morbid Curiositease Wheel of Misfortune

Morbid Curiositease invites you to try your hand at the WHEEL OF MISFORTUNE at The Can Can in Seattle on April 6th. Experience a night of macabre debauchery featuring celebrity contestants, special guest performers, and plenty of audience participation. Camp! Burlesque! Horror! Morbid Curiositease guarantees “more voodoo per square foot than any other gameshow”!

Celebrity Contestants:
Jesse Belle-Jones
Isaiah Crowson
Christine Anne
Boom Boom L’Roux
Sc Andal
Karmen Sutra
Jovie DeVoe
EmpeRoar Fabu Lous
LoLo Ramone

Special Guests:
L’Orchestre D’Incroyable
La Petite Mort

18+ | 7pm | VIP $20 & GA $15
Tickets

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Live Buzz – Indiana Daily Student interviews Kentucky Knife Fight

Indiana Daily Student’s Live Buzz caught up with Kentucky Knife Fight before tonight’s show in Bloomington at The Bishop. The article digs deep into the band’s fascination with conflicted people and insular worlds, their method of non-linear storytelling, and their thoughts on Breaking Bad, Raymond Carver, and The Tick Tock Motel. Read the interview here!

// Kentucky Knife Fight media page //

Tour Dates: Casper & The Cookies

4/3/14 Carrboro, NC – The Station
4/4/14 Rehoboth Beach, DE – Dogfish Head Brewery
4/5/14 New York, NY – Cake Shop
4/6/14 Baltimore, MD – The Wind Up Space
4/8/14 Boston, MA – O’Brien’s
4/10/14 Philadelphia – 3rd & Girard
4/11/14 Pittsburgh, PA – Howler’s
4/12/14 Roanoke, VA – 501 Speakeasy

// Casper & The Cookies media page //

Columbia Daily Tribune features The River Monks

The Columbia Daily Tribune features The River Monks in advance of their tour stop on Sunday March 23rd:

Try not to fall hard for The River Monks. There is a sweet and sure romanticism to the folk music the Des Moines, Iowa, sextet fashions. In it, one detects the gentle spinning of the planet and gradual turning of each season. It’s not beyond imagination to think its music could serve as a soundtrack for kissing underneath a quiet galaxy of Christmas lights or to hear an approximation of how it feels to run with spring’s first blades of grass between your toes. Certain songs sound like filling the lungs with last gasps of late-summer air before the inevitable chill; others could complement scenes seen on a Sunday drive past fields of fallen leaves.

Read the whole article here!

// The River Monks media page //