Monday, February 20, 2012


Ever wonder about what is happening in the current St. Louis experimental music community? Well now is your time to find out! This Friday, February 24th at Floating Laboratories is the release of Nathan Cook's St. Louis-based compilation on Close/Far. Over a year in the making, this cassette compilation highlights local players from the St. Louis area, featuring tracks by: Regicide Bureau, Rich O'Donnell, Raglani, Tory Starbuck Project, N.N.N. Cook, Dr. Mabuse, Dave Stone, Public Shallows, Brain Transplant, Kevin Harris, and Dinner Music.

Friday's line-up consists of live performances by Dinner Music, Dave Stone, Brain Transplant, Public Shallows, and a collaboration between Regicide Bureau and Dr. Mabuse. Pre-show ambiance provided by DJ Peter Seligman. All audience members will receive a compilation cassette for free with their $5 admission. In addition, the first 25 people to show up will receive a hand-numbered and signed silkscreened poster by Jeremy "Ghost Ice" Kannapell. Floating Laboratories is located at 4528 Ohio St. Doors at 8:30pm. Show at 9pm.

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