It’s Time! A Showcase of choreography by Chloe Bowman and Emily R. Todd
An evening of work, investigating different aspects of the human condition. Through the exploration of varied movement, Chloe and Emily invite access to a visceral experience.
Come and support these emerging choreographers.
Don Babylon, Cadaver Dogs, North Broad and Imaginary Sons
Here it is. I’m telling you, this is where it’s at. Gallery 5 on April 18th will be hosting bands that are coming as far as Cincinnati, Ohio on what is said to be “The Coolest Tour of the Year.” So let’s get rowdy.
Don Babylon - (Richmond)
Cadaver Dogs - (Cincinnati, Ohio) Played with acts like Andrew W.K., Anti-Flag, Foxy Shazam, Semi Precious Weapons, Valient Thorr, Karma to Burn, Riverboat Gamblers, Honor Society, and Hollerado.
North Broad - (Philadelphia, PA) Coming all the way down here just for this party.
Imaginary Sons - (Richmond)
EARLY: Youth Verses Open Mic and Parent Day Party
For youth ages 10-15; $12 to attend (an adult must be present for youth to attend); Parent day party 1-4PM featuring the tues. Verses Slam Team: Youth Writing Workshop 1-2pm; Youth Verses Open Mic 2-4PM
LATE: Richmond Burlesque Revue
Deepa de Jour
Empress de Naste
Moxie La Bouche
Special guest from Washington DC, Gigi Holliday
and international superstar juggler Paulo Garbonzo!
Hosted by Ego Von Hubris, with go-go dancing by Saffron Soleil and Zhora Nova, you don’t want to miss a minute!Gallery 5, 200 W. Marshall St.
Doors 8, Show starts at 9
$10 advance tickets
$15 at the door
tickets available until 7 PM the night before
Volture, High Spirts and TBA
More info TBA
Perfect Pussy, Yamantaka // Sonic Titan and Green Dreams
Perfect Pussy is a band that plays hard AND plays even harder.
“On stage, front woman Meredith Graves has the charisma of a star in the making.” -Billboard
“I Have Lost All Desire for Feeling, instantly evokes basement shows rank with fresh sweat, dark except for strings of christmas lights, windows shaking, overloaded PA bleating away, and the band across the jampacked room discernible only by the occasional upward-flung limb. If you make it to one of this Syracuse band’s two outer-borough shows this week, expect to leave with bangs dripping, ears keening, and heart pounding.” -Paper Mag
“One of the boldest new rock bands.” -Pitchfork
“These punk kids from the mean streets of Syracuse, New York, deliver high-energy slabs of mayhem-friendly post punk noise, a wall of guitar and Casio. Meredith Graves knows how to run her mosh pit like a dictator runs a birthday party.” -Rolling Stone
“One of the best debuts you’re likely to hear this year.” -Stereogum
10$ in Advance 12$ at the door
Doors 5PM show 530PM
Marbin, Crossing the Event Horizon and Celtic Panda
“The interaction between guitarist Dani Rabin, and saxophonist Danny Markovitch is magical. Marbin is pulling the most sensitive melodies from the deepest parts of their soul, and it’s up to the listener to allow the music to reach the same areas within.”
Crossing the Event Horizon
“… this band constructs a brand of creative psychonaut progressive metal like you’ve never heard before. The music is mind blowing and original, making it a must listen. The only other project that comes close to the sound CTEH brings is Exivious (Textures / Cynic side project), and even that’s a stretch. No metal band has ever broken into the other side quite like this.”
Doors 730 show 830
First Friday with Musical Guests: Heavy Midgets, Energy 2000 and Swordplay
Heavy Midgets: http://heavymidgets.bandcamp.com/
Energy 2000: http://energy2000.bandcamp.com/
Miss sitting on the big orange couch squeezin’ your Gak watching Snick? Miss the days of wearing your hat backwards, being all that and a bag of chips? Still wishing you had gotten that log you always wanted? Remember hiding your screwdriver in your diaper, and want to go back to the days of yore (even though the could never EVER be very comfortable? Still wanting to try out that Gritty Kitty? On the edge of your seat waiting for the day you will be SLIMED?!?
Hold onto your krabby patties!! So for one night and one night only Richmond, we are throwing responsibility…and our clothes to the wind!! Get ready for a blowout tribute to the ’90s Nick shows you could never get enough of!
Hosted by Ray Bullock
$10 advance, $15 door
Doors at 8:00 show at 9:00
18 and up
Project Resolution is BACK! Bring your short films to this monthly event. Free to submit, free to attend, free to critique.
This month’s theme: SHOW IT IF YOU GOT IT
Bring your short film or impress us all by making one just for Project Resolution. There are no limits on the content or type of film you can show and no one will screen the shorts beforehand. If you show your film, you MUST stay for a critique/Q&A with the audience immediately following your film.
Try to keep films under 15 minutes in length. If your film is over 15 minutes, contact us ahead of time as it can be scheduled as a special presentation at a future event. If there is time available, longer films will sometimes be shown.
Submit your film on DVD, Blu-ray, or VHS at 7:00PM on April 20 at Gallery 5. First come, first serve.
Come with ideas for next month’s theme and vote on the best one at the end of the screening.
This free event is hosted by Gallery5. Donations are welcomed at the door. Drinks are available at the bar.
Sponsored by the new Richmond District of the Virginia Production Alliance
Wham City Comedy Tour 2014
Fresh off their Adult Swim debut, celebrated arts collective Wham City is embarking on a month-long multi-media comedy tour of the East Coast and Midwest United States this April.
The Baltimore group’s tightest show yet, the Wham City Comedy Tour is a 75-minute multi-media performance featuring four alt-comedians offering up all original stand-up, videos, skits, and monologues.
Wham City recently debuted a mock infomercial on Adult Swim, produced & directed by Ben O’Brien and Alan Resnick, based off of a performance originally created for the tour:
Live Forever As You Are Now
Check out some of our other videos such as:
How To Crush a Can of Dr. Pepper W/ Slats of Wood
Drinking Out of Cups
Trioscapes (Dan Briggs of Between The Buried And Me), Whatever and Dumb Waiter
TRIOSCAPES is an experimental jazz/fusion band from Greensboro, Atlanta, North Carolina (USA), started in the summer of 2011 when Dan BRIGGS (bass, BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME) contacted Walter FANCOURT (Tenor Saxophone/Flute, CASUAL CURIOUS, BRAND NEW LIFE) and Matt LYNCH (Drums/Electronics, EYRIS) about working up a rendition of the MAHAVISHNU ORCHESTRA classic ”Celestial Terrestrial Commuters” and working on a few original ideas with the intent of playing a one-off show. However, after rehearsing the material and playing the show, finding the music demanding and fun to perform, the trio decided to continue as a group. The end of summer 2011 found them writing a few more songs and they eventually recorded their full length album in the first week of October with Jamie King in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. ”Separate Realities” was released on the 8th of May 2012 world-wide through Metal Blade Records.
TRIOSCAPES cites MAHAVISHNU ORCHESTRA, KING CRIMSON, RETURN TO FOREVER, and FRANK ZAPPA as their influences, elements of which bands are apparent in their sound, albeit in a more heavy fusion fashion. The band is likely to appeal to both fans of jazz/fusion but also prog-metal/heavy fusion.
Biography adopted from the band’s website – edited by aapatsos
With special guests:
Dumb Waiter: http://dumbwaiterva.bandcamp.com/
Doors 8PM Show 9PM
6$ in Advance 8$ at door
Early: Well Worn Market
Late: Daikaiju, Milkstains and Little Master
The Milkstains: http://themilkstains.bandcamp.com/
Little Master: http://little-master.bandcamp.com/
7PM more info TBA
Haints in the Holler
Richmond Burlesque Revue