Long Distance Poison (with C. Lavender)

Friday Jul 16, 2010
$10 at the door or online

8:00Doors Open
8:30Live music by Long Distance Poison with C. Lavender presented by Avant Ghetto
9:00Films begin
11:00Reception in courtyard
***Restrictions: No refunds ~ Seating is first come, first served. Physical seats are limited. This means you may not get a chair. You are welcome to bring a blanket and sit picnic-style, but no alcohol is permitted.
In case of rain, the screening will be held indoors at the same location.


This Show Presented in Partnership With
New York Magazine
Vitamin Water / smartwater
XO Projects

Long Distance Poison (with C. Lavender)

Official Link: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Long-Distance-Poison/101830332171

Presented by Avant Ghetto.

Long Distance Poison is a Brooklyn based psychedelic drone band. LDP can be located someplace in the analog wilderness amidst the likes of early Tangerine Dream, Kluster, and John Carpenter. Erica Bradbury, Casey Block, and Nathan Cearley use old Moogs, Arps, Rolands, guitars and effect boxes to create dark, soft-electronic-metal, textures composed of macabre sludge, chunk, and swirls.

C. Lavender is is a multidisciplinary artist from Northern New Jersey. Her sound work ranges from plunderphonics to extreme harsh noise. Past collaborations include performing in The Laundry Room Squelchers and Cock E.S.P.

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