Coming up in just a couple short weeks, we're pleased to announce CP REMIXED: A new quarterly music showcase featuring Pittsburgh's most innovative and intriguing musicians. The first installment is curated by Aaron Jentzen, Music Editor, City Paper; curators and performers for future events will be announced here as they're confirmed.
The first event takes place 7-11 p.m. Thu., Oct. 9 at the WYEP Community Broadcast Center, 76 Bedford Square, South Side. It includes free beer and food from Penn Brewery and Quiet Storm; the $6 suggested donation goes to the performers. Speaking of which, October's featured performers are:
OHMU (Krautrock grooves feat. Tony Paterra of Zombi and Jason Kirker of Modey Lemon)
DAVID BERNABO + ASSEMBLY (experimental art-pop ensemble)
DJ EDGAR UM (spinning "motorik afro-skree and angry disco")
DISCUSS (atmospheric downtempo electronic)
For more info: 412-316-3342 x138 or www.pghcitypaper.com
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