This record release party celebrates the release of "Smooth Sounds:
various artists play the future hits of Wckr Spgt", a double-cd
compilation from Shrimper Records.
Proceeds from this all-ages benefit concert will help support the important work of the dA Center for the Arts, celebrate 20 years of Shrimper, and pay tribute to the powerful and influential work of Wckr Spgt.
The cost is $5.00 at the door, kids are free. Donations are gratefully accepted.
Many of the artists on the compilation will be performing including:
Kurt Ross and Mick Rhodes
So Many Wizards
and a special performance by Wckr Spgt
Scheduled events for this day of music and celebration include an auction of several VERY limited lathe-cut records, graciously manufactured by People in a Position to Know Vinyl Recordings, A Video Testimonial and Confessional Booth, Limited Edition Silk-Screened posters by Carlos Valdez and Clone Press, a bouncy house, a merch pile that will include many Shrimper rarities and Wckr Spgt items, and video and cassettes, and...
About thie release:
This double-CD compilation called "Smooth Sounds: various artists play the future hits of Wckr Spgt" features 36 TRACKS written by Wckr Spgt and performed by the likes of Sentridoh, The Mountain Goats, Jad Fair, Simon Joyner and Chris Deden, Amps For Christ, Soul-Junk, The Human Hearts, Golden Boots, Toby Goodshank featuring Los Debutantes, The Perfect Failures, Tinyfolk, Falcon Eddy, Joy, The Bingo Trappers, Peephole Circus, Phil Yates, Ashley Reaks, Miniature and Presidential, Peter Peter Hughes, Alan Smithee, Refrigerator, Dude Mirror, Charlie McAlister, Unitard (featuring Jeremy S. Goff & David Scott Ewers), The Kurt Ross Band, The Uncalled For, Primordial Undermind, So Many Wizards, Mark Szabo, John Harrelson, Adam Lipman and Leon Reid, Baboonz, The Ah Club, Kukunuku, Desperation Squad, and Breathilizör.
When & Where
dA Center for the Arts
The dA Center for the Arts enhances the quality of life for the greater
community by providing opportunities to experience, appreciate and support
We believe that:
• Imagination is essential and should be encouraged and celebrated.
• Shared information increases understanding.
• Art is vital to empowering, transforming, healing and building communities.
• Art enhances the quality of life.
• Art should be accessible to everyone.