"Public Transit" video & Anderson Mar tribute show MidEast Up, Thurs. 7/3/14!
Lucretia's Daggers announces: LD's "Public Transit" & Anderson Lynne Mar tribute video release party Thurs. 7/3/14 @ Middle East Restaurant and Nightclub Upstairs. Featuring friends/bands of Anders: Marcelo Carboni, Echo Weapon, Dead Harrison, and Mark Zerø zeroNegative. Music videos: LD's "Public Transit" by Amanda Mcgrady on the MBTA and at the Garment District & "Anderson Mar tribute" by Krista Michaud-Bernier. Also featuring: Rock 'n Roll/Anders-inspired art by Mark Frank(nnuu) and Prospero Eaton. Plus free giveaways: a "scandalous" prop from LD's video (in which Anders appears), some of her personal memorabilia, & more TBA. 8pm-1:30am. $10 from bands & at door;18+. Start the long Independence Day weekend with us!
Facebook invite: https://www.facebook.com/events/288382347995781
Ticket Link: http://www.ticketweb.com/t3/sale/SaleEventDetail?dispatch=loadSelectionData&eventId=4908185&pl=mideastrestaurant
Marcelo Carboni - 8:30
Echo Weapon - 9:30
Dead Harrison - 10:30
[videos: "Public Transit"; "Anderson Mar tribute"]
Lucretia's Daggers - 11:30
zeroNegative - 12:30
Cambridge, MA: Come party with dark lyrical electro-rockers Lucretia's Daggers & friends on Thursday, July 3, 2014 at the Middle East Club Upstairs, Cambridge, MA, for the release of their music video "Public Transit," filmed on the MBTA and at The Garment District by Amanda McGrady. This snarky companion track to "The Horrors of Retail" features local Boston-area fans, including Anderson Lynne Mar, the late "itinerant frontman" of punk band Sans Nomenclature and manager at School of Rock Boston. Anderson will also be honored in a video picture tribute by Krista Michaud-Bernier. Performing live are bands/friends Anders booked through her Dark Sky Productions company:
Also featuring: Rock 'n’ Roll/Anders-inspired art by Mark Frank (nnuu) and Prospero Eaton, and free giveaways: a "scandalous" prop from LD's video (in which Anders appears) and some of her personal memorabilia.
Join LD and friends for a celebration of Anders' life and contribution to the Boston/New England music scene 2002-2014 on the long Independence Day weekend. Tickets are $10 in advance, available from bands; $10 at the door. 8pm doors, 1:30am close.
Middle East Club Upstairs
472-480 Massachusetts Ave
Cambridge, MA 02139
Central Square stop on the Red Line MBTA
$10 in advance/at door
8pm doors, 18+
Lucretia's Daggers: With a namesake derived from '80s cult band The Sisters of Mercy, Shakespeare/Livy-penned poetic biography, and 16th c. Borgia legend, Boston, Massachusetts' five-piece Lucretia's Daggers blend darkwave, synthpop, and ambient metal with dramatic female vocals and have brought an arty touch to their "dark lyrical electro-rock for the apocalypse" since August 2001. http://www.lucretiasdaggers.com/
Dead Harrison: Dead Harrison is a three-piece band from southern New Hampshire. The trio consisting of bassist Skulls, guitarist Shaun, and drummer/vocalist Drae has an upbeat yet doomy sound, pulling from influences of Black Sabbath, Type O Negative and the Misfits. Think stoner rock with a dash of punk and metal. With story-like songs about love and death and the joining of the two, Dead Harrison share a sonic therapy for all. These guys plan to leave a legacy.
Echo Weapon: With 25+ shows under his belt, Echo Weapon is a one man project influenced by NIN, Marilyn Manson, and Joy Division. Sounding like Tears for Fears meets Smashing Pumpkins meets Mad Max, Echo Weapon is a whirlwind of crunchy electro grunge/rock with powerful haunting vocals and guitars over a drum machine. Recently featured on Punk FM television, he is 80% done recording his first album. He also likes to slappa da bass...and rocks with the strength of many ninjas! http://m.soundcloud.com/brian-zakrzewski
Marcelo Carboni: A transplant from Brazil, soulful vocalist/songwriter Marcelo Carboni folded his eight-year-old hard rock metal Boston band silencio and started his acoustic project in order to give his eardrums and throat a break. Expect some Bossa nova… slow samba….Everything from Talking Heads’ “Psycho Killer” to a-ha’s “Take on Me”…and some originals as well. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HBvLtA9ye3A