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Thursday, December 18, 2008

anticon. anniversary TONIGHT, NYE News From KF


The day is finally upon us, anticon.'s third annual ten year anniversary is TONIGHT. You already know who is playing and you already know where and what time it is, but if you don't then check the flyer at the bottom of the post. I don't want to start any rumors about tonight, but the recipe for cLOUDDEAD will be there and so will the motive to stir the ingredients. Lets groove tonight!
"Oakland musician Why? (aka Yoni Wolf), performed a haunting solo set at the Independent last night. He did a few songs acapella and played his Rhodes for the rest of the set.
The set was great, but nowhere near as long as I would have hoped. Probably around 25 minutes long. Then again, I just really wanted to hear him do a minimal version of Broken Crow again. This was the first Why? show I had seen in quite some time... maybe since the original Hymie's Basement show in Minneapolis (5 or 6 years ago)." [photo and writeup via doc pop]

Congrats to those who won tickets and keep reading for some special surprises soon to be not surprises. Once again, I urge all of our New York readers to come out tonight, not just for anticon., but for the Knitting Factory as well. This is the last two weeks of Manhattan residence for the Knitting Factory, the new year will find the historic venue in Williamsburg. New Year's Eve tickets for Deerhoof, Deer Tick and the celebration of the end of Deercember are now on sale.

"Akron/Family curates New Year's Eve! Featuring performances by Deerhoof, Akron/Family, Dirty Projectors, Deer Tick, Megafaun, tons more & very special surprise guests - a full-club farewell to the Leonard Street Knit!" - Knitting Factory

Three types of tickets are available for their NYE bash, get the rundown from our pals at BV here.

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