Monday, December 03, 2007

This Weekend at Mocad











































"Friday & Saturday, December 7 and 8
A WEEKEND WITH TONY CONRAD

Friday, December 7
MUSIC AT MOCAD:
TONY CONRAD WITH M.V. CARBON (10 PM)
WINDY & CARL (9 PM)
WOLF EYES (11 PM)
8 pm doors, all ages
$16 admission
Tony Conrad will perform live in collaboration with M.V. Carbon (formerly of Chicago's Metalux) along with internationally acclaimed, Dearborn-based, ambient "space rock" minimalists, Windy & Carl, and Detroit/Ann Arbor-based, international compositional-noise-rock icons Wolf Eyes.

Saturday, December 8 at 7 pm
TONY CONRAD FILMS AND DISCUSSION
2.5 hour program
$9 admission

Tony Conrad will screen and discuss a 2.5-hour retrospective program of his films.

$23 advance tickets for both weekend events available until November 30th through the MOCAD website, at the MOCAD bookstore, and at Stormy Records (Dearborn). After November 30th tickets will only be for sale at the MOCAD bookstore or at the door on the night of the event. Online sales are will call only.

TONY CONRAD (b. 1941) is the quintessential cult figure; resident outsider; rebel angel; Tony Conrad's got the kind of immaculate credibility that can't be bought and can't be sold -- and how else, otherwise, could he have persevered? Rumbling under the cultural radar since the Kennedy Era, Conrad is at once first cause and last laugh, a covert operative who can stand as a primary influence over succeeding generations." --(from the Mocad website)

I can't wait!!!

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

did you go?

kfd313 said...

I would tell you if I knew who you were and why you care whether I did or not.

BMH said...

Because I put on the show and I was in the crow's nest the entire time unable to tell who was there. Had I seen you I would have said "Hello". I was just curious. Your post came up when I did a random search for Conrad MOCAd on Google.
- Bn H.

Mosh Martyr said...

Wolf Eyes left me without hearing for a couple of days after the show. The sound was so thick, it was like a dream. Out of body experience, for sure. This show was pretty awesome, although not as glamorous. Actually, the venue was a dump, but hosted some pretty righteous shows. RIP Analog Shock. Cheers.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ctwzA55tm98