Thursday, October 21, 2004

Pere Ubu and 3D It Came From Outer Space

What could be better? Pere Ubu "improvises a live soundtrack to Jack Arnold's cult, sci-fi classic 'It Came from Outer Space'".

On tour, in the UK, at the start of November. A wonderful, strange and awesome experience guaranteed.

Go see - in 3D.
As an extra reason to go - every ticket comes with *FREE* 3D glasses. Wow.
Go and book tickets.You know you want to.

How could a band operating on these principles be anything but splendid.
  • Don't ever audition.

  • Don't look for someone.

  • Don't seek success.

  • Choose the first person you hear about.

  • Take the first idea you get.

  • Put unique people together. Unique people will play uniquely whether or not they know how to play.

  • Delay Centrifugal Destruct Factors for as long as possible then push the button.

  • Pere Ubu's music is a disorienting mix of midwestern groove rock, "found" sound, analog synthesizers, falling-apart song structures and careening vocals.

    Buy tickets - *NOW*.

    The dates are here.

    November 5th - The Ocean, London

    Nov 7th - Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool

    Nov 8th - The Arches, Glasgow

    Nov 10th - The Dome, Brighton

    Nov 11th - Lighthouse, Poole

    Nov 12th - Colston Hall, Bristol

    Nov 13th - Arts Centre, Warwick

    No comments: