Monday, September 27, 2010

PANIC! and Skeleton Head (How's that for a headline?)

by Charlie Vázquez

Rolling right into fall and all of its inspiration…

Never a dull moment in the East Village—where nighttime usually finds me—and there are a couple of things I wanted to share with you happening this Wednesday and Thursday should you be interested (or already in the hood with us). Myself and some readers I’ll be hosting this Wednesday for the always explosive HISPANIC PANIC! readings I curate at Nowhere were featured in the Daily News a couple weeks back, if you’d like to read that here. My reading series PANIC! showcases various queer writers from NYC’s massive LGBT literary underground. Nowhere is at 322 E 14th St (1st/2nd), 8PM, free, 21+!

And on the following night, the 30th the Phoenix will be hosting two queer live electronica bands. Skeleton Head, which is fronted by the rather handsome Leo Torres, mixes the grooves of 1980s electronic and synth music and tops it off with a laid-back contemporary polish. The group Zbörnak will also perform. Below is a Skeleton Head video for you to look over in the event you want to come hang out with us. Beers. Boys. Music. No drama, no attitude. This is DJ Damian's hot new rock party, Courage, My Love, and he will spin tunes before and after the bands!

Hope to see you soon...xo

Phoenix (13th St/Avenue A, East Village)
Thursday, September 30th:
Skeleton Head and Zbörnak
9PM, no cover, 21+

1 comment:

  1. A wonderful video.

    Someday, it will be revealed that Joan Crawford was really a man.