February 6th, 2011 by Robin

August 6th, 2008 by Robin

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June 29th, 2008 by Robin

It’s Possible that even The Crimea  from the UK are coming onboard for a bit.  Davey MacManus himself called from Somewhere in Britain the other day to confirm a show date with Ana Lola Roman at NYC’s Cake Shop and inform us of his east coast/west coast tour plans. After checking out their astounding global approach to rock we are interested in helping them out a bit with shows here in the USA.  For a great introduction to The Crimea see this amazing article  http://www.immortalsoon.co.uk/archive/788  Their concert festival experience in China is good for laughter as well as cross cultural intrigue.  Stay tuned for more info on The Crimea in America as it develops.

June 29th, 2008 by Robin

The Unsatisfied

           Having been known as underground icons in the punk and gothic scenes for many years, the Unsatisfied began to enjoy wide U.S. and European distribution with their third full-length album, “The Way To The Crumbs” on Antidote Records, which was released November 2006. The Unsatisfied are one of those genuine rarities of raw rock and roll, live band energy, precision, and dangerous punk rock.  “Once you’ve seen them live you’ll know why any musician can appreciate and respect what they represent— an amalgam of Iggy Pop, the Rolling Stones, Prince, and the Cramps. It’s rock and roll and they like it.” – C. Braly, The Chattanooga Pulse.   Strange, twisted, yet intelligent songs. And Eric Scealf. the leader, is almost over the top weird when on stage.  Get a taste of what the band is capable of, and it makes your hair stand on end.  No audience ever forgets a show by The Unsatisfied. Be prepared for loud, high energy rock ‘n roll ecstasy.

June 29th, 2008 by Robin

Ana Lola Roman

Does Ana Lola Roman’s music have the primal energy and solid beats to move an audience to gyrating mindlessly that needs to accompany any intellectual pursuit of a musical art form?  Yes it does.  Is it danceable? Yes.  Is it a dance band?  No it is not.   Does it Rock?  Sometimes.  Is it ethereal and psychedelic?  Yes but not in any kind of pre-experienced fashion.  Is it fun? Yeah it’s loads of fun and the recordings, (sometimes compared to Kate Bush and Public Image Limited..) threaten an even more remarkably weird experience live, which is why listening to Ana Lola Roman’s songs for nearly two years has brought us to putting together this series of concerts so that some of us can experience the “movement” for ourselves, firsthand and with a total element of surprise inherently built in.