Sunday, November 28, 2010

Something Magical is Happening Here

And then there is the guitar in a baby carriage:

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Glenn Branca Vinyls

We're doing a Kickstarter project to record and release the world premiere of Glenn Branca's Symphony No. 15 at Le Poisson Rouge. I'm pretty excited about this:

Village Voice says nice things...

Radio Happy Hour is the wry little nephew of A Prairie Home Companion—both serve up quaint, vaudevillian radio comedy, but only one of these will have raw riotess Thao Nguyen (of San Francisco Thao & the Get Down Stay Down) on deck tonight. Also, only one of these ends with a virtual river of Pabst on the floor. Quick-witted Nguyen should do well on "Radio Happy Hour"—as with all episodes, the guest will be tasked with helping the gang solve a short, spastic mystery by interviewing suspects, collecting evidence, and performing (because art is the greatest discovery of all, or something). Wear your Encyclopedia Brown best for a truly irreverent evening. With Jessi Klein, Ali Wong, and John & Molly Knefel.

Time Out also made us a pick of the week! Hey! There are still tickets for the show. (and you can get $5 off with the code RHHFRIEND)

Monday, November 1, 2010

New InDigest, New Radio Happy Hour

Oh, busy day. This morning we put out Issue #18 of InDigest! Yeah. It's great. Poetry from Bart Schneider, Autumn Giles, Jackie Clark, Tony Leuzzi, new fiction from Lech Harris, Caren Beilen, and J. Bradley (who is reading at InDigest 1207 on Nov. 17 in NYC). New columns, recording journals, interviews, podcasts, and more.


Then, Radio Happy Hour put out the first video of a new series called Radio Happy Hour presents The Fall of Keith. It stars the Radio Happy Hour kids (and me) and comedians Sean Patton, John Knefel, Molly Knefel, and Brett Tabisel. I like it. See it:

The Fall of Keith: Act I from Radio Happy Hour on Vimeo.