800 Winters

Saturday, January 28, 2006 at 8:30 PM
at the Subterranean

A winter showcase to celebrate the release of Radiant Darling‘s new CD Cryptomnesia. This is a dang extravaganza! With music by Andy Wagner, Ben Clarke (of Lying in States), Casey Meehan, Radiant Darling and the Notes and Scratches; the debut performance of frost, a new play by the House Theatre‘s Marika Mashburn, starring Mashburn and the House’s Chris Matthews; art by Nora McComiskey, Sangini Brahmbatt and Jen Haybach; and an installation of 800 photographs including work by Marlene Bednarz, Mark Benson, Elizabeth Boyne, Sangini Brahmbhatt, Kirk Bravender, carlsweets, Joshua Dumas, Emily Freeh, Chris Fuller, Cortney Groves, Jen Haybach, Dennis Hayes IV (7teen), Nora McComiskey, Matt North, Mark Paci, Alison Paul, Mary Paul, Mike Piontek, Julie Prenoveau, Kate Raney, Kelly Reynolds, RM5, robotskirt, Matt Rose, Melissa Stallard and Holly Tickner.

the Notes and Scratches

Saturday, December 17, 2005 at 9:30 PM
at the Empty Bottle

w/ Pontius, the Attic Recordings
this is a record release party for both the Attic Recordings and the Notes and Scratches!
21+, $8 — buy tickets

the Notes and Scratches

Saturday, December 3, 2005 at 9:00 PM
at the 7th Street Space

w/ the Oracles.
Couple bucks, BYOB, fun fun.

the Notes and Scratches

Friday, November 18, 2005 at 12:00 AM
at Tense Forms

thirteen song debut full-length Uh-Oh will be available for order in the Tense Forms store in CD and in MP3 formats!

Radiant Darling and the Notes and Scratches

Thursday, November 3, 2005 at 7:00 PM
at 88.7 WLUW

live on Radio One; Ami Saraiya and Joshua Dumas perform a couple acoustic songs

2nd Annual Culture of Fear

Saturday, October 22, 2005 at 8:00 PM
at Open End Gallery

Tense Forms and Scary Bodega present an evening of film, art, and music featuring Chris Fuller’s score for Nosferatu, pre-show music by Annie Coleman, a short film by Kate Raney, photography and paintings by Kirk Bravender and Kelly Reynolds, music by the Notes and Scratches and DJ sets by C. Israel Vines and Marcus Battista. $6 donation. BYOB. Costumes are highly encouraged— this is a Macabre Ball my pretties! Doors at 8pm, films at 9pm and music at 11pm.

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