GIG ANNOUNCEMENT – Daedalus Industries and CWNN proudly present
The Friday Night Music Appreciation Society’s ‘Lost in the Grooves’ book launch with
The Orgone Box – special acoustic set from indie legend + Cult With No Name, Helen Fisher
When: FRIDAY 29TH JULY 2005, Doors: 7.00pm
Where: The Red Rose, 129 Seven Sisters Road, London N7 7QG (Finsbury Park Tube)
Cost: Tickets: £3 on the door
This very special event sees the UK launch of the book ‘Lost in the Grooves’ with a special acoustic set from psychedelic indie legend The Orgone Box (Rick Corcoran), plus Cult With No Name and Helen Fisher. As well as live music, the evening will see talks from contributors to the book, fanzine editors and record collectors, with a smattering of exclusive merchandise stalls.
About Lost in the Grooves:
‘Lost in the Grooves - Scram’s capricious guide to the music you missed’ Kim Cooper and David Smay (Ed.), Routledge, 2005 For the past 12 years, the L.A.-based magazine Scram has championed the work of musicians who might otherwise fly beneath the mainstream critical radar. Here, Scram editrix Cooper and longtime contributor Smay display the sense of fun that distinguished their previous collection 'Bubblegum Music Is the Naked Truth,' in an immensely entertaining, informative and sometimes exasperating encyclopaedia, in which more than 75 contributors offer over 250 entries (a series of "miniature love letters") about their favourite artists and albums. With praise offered for works by Captain Beefheart alongside the Cowsills, no single genre or artist is considered outside the sphere of the book’s interests.
About The Orgone Box:
Upon a solid framework of Beatles inspired melodic inventiveness, The Orgone Box A.K.A Rick Corcoran, adds layers of pulsing psychedelia, new wave dynamism and a dazzling overlay of classic blazing-guitar rock. Most renowned for the classic 1994 EP Judy Over the Rainbow (Chrysalis), the recent release of no less than three Orgone Box collections have helped to finally secure the OB’s rightful place in the definitive history of British guitar pop. Performing all new melancholic material alongside radically different versions of Orgone Box classics, this rare live appearance from Rick and friends will be a truly special event to behold.
“…a gorgeous wall of bittersweet harmonies and phased guitars.”. Lost in the Grooves
“…blows your mind and stimulates the bits beneath”. The Evening Standard
“…a giant in his field”. The Sunday Times
“…lives way larger than the myth”. Q
“…dripping with melody and inventiveness”. Goldmine
Event Information: Erik Stein firstname.lastname@example.org - 07790 381 773
Book Information: Kim Cooper email@example.com