New!!!! 2009 Digital 7″ Series (Volume 1) is finally available for download with the iTunes! … Featuring many tracks with Fada Dougou, MC Zulu, dubs, instrumentals. Also, for all you collectors out there, a few of these songs will be released on a very limited run of vinyl, with hand screened artwork, specific for each song! Stay tuned for that…
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Come join Adam Fitz and Co. for a celebration of Hank Williams birthday this Thursday, Sept 17th!
A fun night with a great band Kaspar Hauser and DJ Lawernce Peters !
Live Jazz with the Rainwalker Duo. Tuesday nights 6:30 to 9:30 @ Sapori Trattoria.
Come get a great meal at the best Italian Restaurant in Lincoln Park!
2701 N. Halsted
This saturday, we are playing a streetfest/blockparty @ Ashland and Wabansia. Be there! 9pm
Jt And the Clouds show, tonight @ Martyr’s in Chicago.
With “the Bridge” supporting, from Baltimore, MD.
10pm and $10. Come see a great show!
Well, the drastics played our last show of the summer last night, or at least until our guitarist Brian Citro returns from India, which is rumored to be around the end of August.
The show was at a local Chicago club called Subterranean. Pretty standard, decent sized rock club for Chicago. The only downside is the grueling 2.5 flights of extremely steep stairs it takes to get up to the club (which is no fun with giant bass speakers). One would think that with a name like “Subterranean,” the place would be way underground…not the case.
Regardless, the show was a success…and thanks to all who came out to support and benefit the Global Alliance for Africa.
Leaving this weekend for a trip to New Mexico! Playing a handful of shows with Jt & The Clouds supporting our friends Po’ Girl on their tour.
We will be playing two shows in Albuquerque, one show in the Santa Fe area, and one show further south, in a town called Silver City. Hope the airlines are kind to our instruments!