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This weekend is The Ghosts Project, violin, drums, and bass from Atlanta. These three extraordinary musicians with such training and mastery over their instruments is rarely seen at a live local show. The sound ranges from Downtempo/Dub which incorporates loops and echo effects to excited modes from Africa and the Middle East. This group exudes a sensual energy with all the power of an orchestra and the energy between them and the crowd draws you in (instead of pushing away, as the volume and abrasiveness of so many bands does...)

If you have been waiting for the live music experience, the change-your-life religious experience that you know is possible, yet never seems to materialize, this is your show.

Paul Mercer has an international fanbase as a solo violinist and with one of his many projects, the Changelings; He has just completed a string of sold-out theater dates on the West Coast. This show will draw fans from New Orleans and Florida and other cities within driving distance of Mobile. If you're tired of the same crowd, this your chance to find those new faces from not-quite-so-far-away.

We are all in this scene together; this is a team effort on behalf of we who are trying to bring in eclectic acts and the audience that will participate in these "thinking-outside-the-box" events. I know we all want a constant stream of well-organized shows and unexpectadly-great performers, and things are going very well. We are lucky that things are on such an upturn in this town...

So it is with complete respect for the entire scene that I say this-- The Ghosts Project will be unlike any other show you will see here. There will be the drinking crowd and the party will be in effect, but if you are a fan of music, this is a higher form of art. This is a band that you watch and think "why are they playing here, shouldn't they be..."

The Ghosts Project
(with One Cut Kill)
at the Blind Mule
FRIDAY, Feb 22




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All-ages Show
Adam Daedalus and Difference Engine and more
Aug. 5th
The Dox
Daphne, AL

Aug. 7
Adam Daedalus all screaming night long
Mobile, AL

Aug. 28
Adam Daedalus @ Satori Sound Coffee Shop
(5460 Old Shell, near the University of South Alabama)
Satori tele 251-344-4575
here's a Satori map


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Adam Daedalus Saturn-day @ Indulgence

You love that red white blue but
you hate the black black black


this Saturn-day

7.3.04 A.D.
21 and up
dj Matt spinning before and after


153 South Florida Street
(corner of Florida and Emogene)
Mobile, AL

$2 cover
$3 Martinis 7-11pm
phone: (251) 471-2311

backing me up on drums'n'bass-- Tr ey Lang (backmasked)

by request, I'm going to line up some venues to perform for the underage crew as well...

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Adam Daedalus: June 5 @ Indulgence, Mobile, AL, and June 12 @ Mermaid Lounge, New Orleans

Smeared with black eyeliner and generating electric noises from laptop, guitars, and synths, Adam Daedalus and his dark-pop band mix post-Industrial composition methods with synth violin and live rock drumming. Digital processes are manipulated onstage where the neo-classical meets "glitch" and noise... Well-known comparisons have been Gary Neuman, Iggy Pop, The White Stripes, and The Cure. Darkwave performance for fans of LadyTron, the Faint, or the shoegazer-sound as produced by Alan Moulder.

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morris minor next Saturn-day @ Indulgence

Hope the Easter-bunny hasn't hidden the colored eggs too well...
O'Rourke's 22 March 03

morris minor will be performing next weekend, Saturn-day, April 17th.

Show starts at 10pm and there's no cover.

153 South Florida Street
Mobile, AL
phone: (251)471-2311
21 and up
every Thor's-day is movie night...

for mp3's and more about the band, visit morrisminorband.com

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