Heads On Sticks Release Party

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Music Video coming soon

“The Racism I Go Through”

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My First Show In a Year: LA RECORD Art Show Closing Night GALA

 

Hosted by Dan Collins

You may or may not have come to the opening night of “Dancing About Architecture: L.A. RECORD and the Art of Visualizing the Aural” and had an absolute blast! Well, this is the B-side of that event, the even cooler, even wilder, even LONGER B-side, with more bands, more movies, more readings, and even more ART to buy, both affordable small prints and expensive, one-of-a-kind canvases of your favorite bands, rappers, and guys/gals with guitars. This is the final night of the show:

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Things REALLY start at 2 p.m. with the Pickle Factory’s CLOTHING SWAP! Bring some clothes, get some clothes (changing rooms available onsite).

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The musical entertainment kicks in soon enough and goes all day!

Slammaster MCDC (Chillin’ and Guerrillin’) 3:45 p.m.

Giant Drag 4 p.m.

Michael Nhat 5 p.m.

Geoff Geis 6 p.m.

Pleiades (Gabe Gabe Fulvimar of Gap Dream) 7 p.m.

Open Mike Eagle 8 p.m.

SURPRISE MYSTERY BAND 9 p.m.

Cardoo FEATURING Stephen Kalinich (Beach Boys, A World of Peace Must Come) and DM Collins (L.A. RECORD) 10 p.m.

The Evangenitals 11 p.m.

DJ Zak Lee Aldridge
and many more!
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“A Lot Of People Ask If That’s Her Real Name” LIVE

I made this with a roommates Korg Triton in 2004. He had it under his bed and I don’t think he ever used it when we lived together. In a week I think I churned out 5 cdr’s of music ready for vox. In 2008, my friends at Vermont House were starting to inquire about my music. We’d been friends for awhile and I never told them I was a musician before. So after they found out, I started listening to my old cdr’s and decided to finally write and record vocals to this one and about 5 others. Another was “Here’s a Mop to Clean the Floor”.

This is me and Danny Louangxay from Brannigans Law practicing for our show at The Smell in downtown LA.

No One Loves You

This song is from an unreleased solo effort called “Picnic”. “No One Loves You” was recorded in 2010 featuring Barrie Rose of Tes Elations. It was the last song I recorded in my Silverlake Apartment before I moved in with Barrie and soon after left to Philly in 2011.
I looped the sample in 1999 and recorded a demo with it in 2002.

The video is made up of footage from an unfinished short film “Alice and Malice” I wrote and directed in winter 2010. It was an impulsive move by Steven and myself to just start shooting. I think I was telling him about it and he said he’d like to apart of it. So I asked “Got plans right now? Want to start shooting?” and we did.
Within a few days we were halfway finished with the film and then we just stopped and haven’t returned to it since.

Dishes – An Experimental Movie by Michael Nhat

Premiere Screening at Home Room March 30 2012 mark your calendar!
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Buy your limited DVD copy at this event $15.00
9pm Dishes followed by special collaboration performance by Michael Nhat/Drew Denny/Lis Bomb/Magick Orchids/Barrie Rose
plus the 10 minute prologue to Dishes

Dishes
by Michael Nhat (nawt)
Starring

Michael Nhat, Barrie Rose, Lis Bomb, Meagan  Boyd, Lina Carol, Amy Wolkins, Andrew Felix, Shaina Mote, Zella Rigador, Lee  Noble, Kid Infinity, Luna is Honey, Amy Fortunato, So Many Wizards, Bastidas, Peter Pants, Linda Dou, Bizzart, Heather Eddy, Magick Orchids, Voice on Tape, Drew Denny, Morgan G, Raven Servellon, Walt Gorecki
genre: experimental & style

“Ya know it doesn’t have to mean anything it can just be something beautiful to watch” – Woody Allen (Zelig)

Dishes (approx 60 minutes) was originally made for a family member in Iowa and for my friends in Philadelphia. The former asked while I was visiting, “Why not stay here? What’s in California?” and I didn’t know how to explain what I wanted. When I lived in Philadelphia friends would ask, “So how’s LA?” I drew a blank at first, and then as always answered with small talk about the weather. Moments like these were the initial influence that catapulted me toward documenting myself and my company.

Maybe I am proud of my lifestyle and the narcissist in me wants something to display that. I wish that friends who don’t live in LA were here to experience it for themselves and not just my one-liners about the weather, but it’s not that easy. So for the sake of non-LA friends, future friends, sisters, strangers that are foes, and for strangers that are nice and want to be friends, but are too intimidated, I hope this movie breaks some spells or enlightens. It may not be the most readable and comprehensive documentary, but at least others who share my sentiments have a new visual to share that gives people an idea of this Los Angeles community.