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Pursuit

Posted by phil blankenship, September 14, 2007 09:08pm | Post a Comment
 



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MUSIC BITS N BOBS OF THE WEEK

Posted by Billyjam, September 14, 2007 11:52am | Post a Comment

Have you noticed how many cool in-stores Amoeba has been having lately? Well add tonight (Friday September 14th) to that list with the wonderful Kinski playing for free at 6PM at Amoeba Music San Francisco in support of their recently released SubPop album Down Below It's Chaos. For more information on tonight's show and the new album (which was recorded in their hometown of Seattle, WA) click here. And if you miss the free show you can always catch them later tonight at San Francisco club Bottom of the Hill with Unnatural Helpers opening for them. This show will probably sell out so get to the club early and/or better still, try and make it to the Haight Street Amoeba at 6PM. (For pics from the SF instore, click here.)

meg white Unfortunately the scheduled White Stripes NorCal show at the Greek Theater in Berkeley on Sept 21st has been canceled, along with several other Stripes tour dates, including San Diego and Inglewood, because drummer Meg White is reportedly suffering from acute anxiety and consequently unable to travel. "We hate to let people down and are very sorry," Meg is quoted in a statement on the White Stripes website. Ticket holders should return tix to place of purchase...

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Argento's Deep Red at the New Beverly Saturday @ Midnight !

Posted by phil blankenship, September 14, 2007 09:42am | Post a Comment
Amoeba Music & Phil Blankenship proudly (!!) present:

The Italian Giallo Classic!

Saturday September 15

Dario Argento's Deep Red
aka Profondo Rosso

New Beverly Cinema
7165 W Beverly Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90036
(323) 938-4038
Midnight, $7


http://www.myspace.com/newbeverlymidnights
http://www.myspace.com/newbeverlycinema


Hispanic Heritage Month

Posted by Eric Brightwell, September 14, 2007 09:31am | Post a Comment
   
Hispanic Heritage Month began in 1968 as Hispanic Heritage Week. We never learned about it in my schools, which prided themselves on being among the most progressive in the country. Every year we celebrated Black History Month, which began, amazingly, in 1926 as Negro History Week back when the Ku Klux Klan enjoyed its peak membership of 4 to 5 million people (or a whopping 15% of the nation's eligible men). Anyway, we students always raised the same questions: Is it in February because it's the shortest month? Where's Asian or Latino History Month? Where's White History Month? I don't recall my teachers having the answers except that we learned plenty of white history year-round and Black History Month was a time to recognize the contributions of a people to American culture who'd been systematically ignored.

So, this year I found out about Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, which began in 1978 and which I had NEVER heard mentioned. Some Asians I knew had, including, of course, noted justice-minded free-thinker Ngoc-Thu Thi Nguyen. She said it was marked by more documentaries about Japanese Internment Camps being shown on PBS. At the same time, I found out about Hispanic Heritage Month, which I mentioned started in 1968, and which I'd also never heard about. 

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AMOEBA HOLLYWOOD'S TIM LATHAM INTERVIEW

Posted by Billyjam, September 14, 2007 06:30am | Post a Comment

AMOEBLOG:
How'd you end up working at Amoeba Music Hollywood and what exactly is your job there?

TIM LATHAM: I brought my resume in for a good few months (at least five times) and they told me to keep bringing it in and to bug the shit out of them. I've worked there for about 3 months and I work in the new rock section.

AMOEBLOG: What makes working at Amoeba unique compared to other jobs you've had?

TIM LATHAM: Working at Amoeba Music is unique for a bunch of reasons: [one] being no uniforms. We just wear red stickers to tell us apart from the customers. And Amoeba Music is very chill and laid back and like a HUGE family.

AMOEBLOG: When not working at Amoeba, what other things do you do?

TIM LATHAM: When not working at Amoeba I come to Ameoba and look through soul 45s and CDs to make mix CDs. I also do marketing and promotions for DJs and labels...I work for (help) redbird( Mr Timothy Husom) and work with artists and groups such as Ladytron and the Divics.
 
AMOEBLOG: What are the top three Items at Amoeba Music in your department this past week that people are seeking out?

TIM LATHAM:

1)  Spoon Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga - recent sixth album from Austin band

2)
Interpol Our Love to Admire (Capitol)

3) Yeah Yeah Yeahs
                                                                                                                                                                                       
AMOEBLOG: How would you describe the LA music scene to people who know nothing about LA?       

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