Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Here is your last minute cheerful reminder that Soundwalk 2011 is occurring this coming Saturday Oct. 1st in Long Beach from 5:00 to 10:00 pm. 

It is FREE!

phog masheeen is #6 on the map, which you can view here http://maps.google.com/maps/msmsid=214839954856713076552.0004ab483e981afb54931&msa=0

The main Soundwalk 2011 website is here http://soundwalk.org/index.html

phog masheeen will be performing from sunset projecting video on the side of the building in the alley between 1st st. and Broadway. 

We will be rolling out new technology with the Pick-0-Phone as well as some of our old favorites Kitchen percussion and the Duodenum.

Please stop by and say hi!

Sunday, September 18, 2011

9-17-11 live show recording up now!

The recording of the 9-17-11 phog masheeen show at the Handbag Factory in LA is up now for your listening pleasure. It is embedded below or click here to go to the page.

It was a great night with a great line up. Thanks again to Steve Davis for promoting the show.

Friday, September 16, 2011

Handbag Factory 9-17, Soundwalk map up!

The location Map for the Soundwalk 2011 is up here http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?msid=214839954856713076552.0004ab483e981afb54931&msa=0&ll=33.76849,-118.186734&spn=0.001449,0.002207

We will imbed it as well just for fun!

View SoundWalk 2011 in a larger map

This weekends mirth and merriment will be at the Handbag Factory in downest downtown LA.
Saturday 9-17-11, 8:30 PM. Phog masheeen will be appearing with a variety of local luminaries, such as +dog+ and Pretty Agony.
The link to the particulars is here http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=245738285464189

This show has some potentially thrilling features. Including a cover of a Bavab Bavab song!
Certainly worth the drive!

Monday, September 5, 2011

The first one's still free! & New video for your viewing pleasure!

We got some great comments from Suki O'Kane (Curator of Oakland's spectacular Illuminated Corridor) regarding our submission to her project. Here is what she had to say...

"I've watched Color, Movement and Theatrical Violence now, oh, i dunno, about a million times. The selection of gestures and focal points for this keeps amazing me, surprising the viewer with so much more than kicking and punching. It's David Lean-ish in its intimations of violence: using footage just before and after it, or if a classic battle, layering the psychedelic upon it to mirror our own clouded, subconscious ultraviolence. It compels us to reform our idea of Lee: the martial artist as thinker, critical observer, calm (and calming) warrior sliding elegantly into a ritual jacket in the midst of a relentless chaos."

You can view the video at the Illuminated Corridor channel on Youtube. Or the direct link is http://youtu.be/1QqbghhgIZU?hd=1

Don't forget... The first track is still free at CD Baby! Click Here to go there.