Harmonious Rubbish

Announced, causing spontaneous tingling in my medulla oblongata….Thank you Beyond Robson for perking my ears.

Music Waste Festival 2007 – June 7th to 10th – 40 Bands, 4 Venues!! jambox_by_wavinggirl.jpg

“Music Waste has established itself in Vancouver as a kind of a grass-roots new music underground. This year we’ve got a lineup of 40 bands around town (many of which are actually local!), showing off what they got, in the span of only a few days: June 7 to 10. A few facts to know about this fest if you’re a music-goer, are: First, as per last year, you “should” be able to walk there, as all the venues will likely be relatively walking distance to each other, this is awesome.”

How exciting – a frugal marriage of exploratory local sounds, medially distanced to allow my little feet to showcase some sexy shoe without rendering me quiescent for days after…these events call for maximum heels.

“Second, it is a time and a place to see alot of underground music that represents Vancouver’s diverse musical energy, some of it unfamilliar to many. And third, it’s affordable, in that most shows shall be had for about Five Bucks, which is “keeping it cheap” as MW’s website boasts. BUT, if you belong to a band, or if know anyone who does, and think y’all are interesting and are interested in performing, I say two words: “Hurry Up!”. Once again, submission deadlines are May 1st, which is the Tuesday, next week.”

Music renders me amatory, I have tiny thrills thinking about the assault of sound, the arrival of June seems to imply audio-amorous play. *purrrr*

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