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Killsonic and Chuck Dukowski Sextet ~ Downtown Los Angeles

11:10 AM PDT on October 1, 2008

This show is gonna kill.  More good times downtown with the Killsonic Marching Band and the Chuck Dukowski Sextet.  Mr. Dukowski is of course one of the founding members of Black Flag.  Description of the show below:

Killsonic is an East LA-based musicians' collective that approaches jazz, improvised, and composed music with an avant-garde/punk sensibility. The band takes many different forms, the most recent being a 20 to 30-piece marching band. Having already invaded clubs, bars, street corners, and public parks all over Los Angeles, they're now poised to show New York City what they're all about.

In one week, they'll be heading out to play at John Zorn's music space The Stone, Williamsburg's Don Pedro, as well as the famous Bulgarian Bar Mehanata. Come on down and help Killsonic gear up to invade the East Coast. Airfare for 20 people is expensive. (Emergency) bail money for 20 people is expensive (you never know)...

Playing live:
2Mex -
and from Tehran, Iran: TARANTIST -
Friday October 3rd 542 S. Alameda St.(corner of Palmetto St.), Los Angeles, CA 90013
$10 donation Cheap drinks - Fast times - Loud music

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