Notes from New Sodom

... rantings, ravings and ramblings of strange fiction writer, THE.... Sodomite Hal Duncan!!

Monday, November 21, 2011

Gig @ 13th Note

A reminder for Wednesday coming:




The 13th Note


8:30, Wednesday 23rd November


To lazily quote the venue copy:

WOUNDED KNEE - The much celebrated Wounded Knee is Drew Wright, a singer and experimental vocalist now based in Glasgow who has been active since 2004. Drawing from a variety of influences his music ranges from stripped down folk balladry to abstract improvised vocalic stravaigs. Primarily a solo performer, he accompanies his timeless melodies with loop pedals and the haunting drones of the Shruti Box. A true treat for the heart and ears.

HAL DUNCAN - New Weird Sci-Fi and fantasy novelist/poet kicking out some serious spoken word jams with an articulated passion and venom-singed red hot pointed-poker like no other steamy pirate on the block. We're talkin some mischievous greek gods getting their hump on the go. Hal shall be bringing us his sordid tales from latest poetry collection - Songs for the Devil and Death. [Will it be erudite filth or antichristian agitprop? Wait, who am I kidding? As if most of my work isn't both!]

ANDREW RAYMOND DRENNAN - Tales of loss, tragedy, abandonment, boyracers, awkward deflowering and imaginary time travel underpinned by at once dark and subtle humour give way to heart warming instances of emotional resurrection and connection on Paisley council estates. Sometimes. Andrew is the author of both Cancer Party and The Immaculate Heart.

DE SELBY - De Selby sees Alistair Beith break rank from the Second Hand Marching Band. Exploring, musically, the implications of quantum mechanical effects in the meta and macrophysical world and bringing his own delicate, yet considered songwriting to the fore. Beith is a key contributor to the Tannahill project with Alasdair Roberts, Wounded Knee, et al. Right in there doll!

It shall be awesome. Oh yes, it shall!



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