Come down to Foam City and help us create some bicycle art! We will meet this Sunday at 5pm. The Drawing Board will be setting up a table of bike-related art at Bicycle Lafayette’s big “end of bike month bash”, which is at the Lafayette Theatre on May 31st at 8pm.
E3 Returns to Foam City on May 11!
When: Saturday, May 11
Time: 8:00PM (doors open at 7:40)
Where: Foam City (409 N 3rd St.)
How Much: $5
Join us on Saturday, May 11 for our last E3 of the spring as Double-Edge Dance comes to town from Ohio! Double–Edge Dance is a contemporary dance and music company co-founded in 1993 by choreographer/dancer Kora Radella and composer/saxophonist Ross Feller. They have performed their work throughout the U.S.A. and in Belgium, England, the Netherlands, Scotland, Spain, and Switzerland. Double-Edge Dance conjures multiple perspectives by utilizing a diverse array of artistic themes and processes. They work with contradiction and juxtaposition, layering materials and images including idiosyncratic movement invention, unpredictable phrasing, full 3-D motion, and disorientation paired with point-on precision. Double-Edge Dance maintains a sense of live spontaneity through choreography, composition, and improvisation.
Also on the program will be the E3 co-founder Danny Weiss, as well as the mysterious Lafayette ensemble Boredom of the Bar, a noise spectacle ensemble, led by Zachary Baiel.
Come celebrate improvisation with E3.
presented by foamcity & tippecanoe arts federation
JOSEPHINE FOSTER is a modern American folk singer-songwriter and musician from Colorado. As an adolescent she worked as a funeral and wedding singer, and aspired to become an opera singer. Later she abandoned the idea and began to record demos of her songs. Upon moving to Chicago she worked as a singing teacher, began releasing her own solo albums while recording and performing with a variety of musical acts.
BRAINSTORMS pairs visual artist Dana Carter’s cosmic sunlight animations with freakadelic song seamstress Jason Ajemian’s musical blueprints for breath process orchestration, weaving together a hypnotic aural visual experience mirroring the slowness of the natural world.
show at 8
wells cultural center
638 North st.
Unveiling of the new sound and 2-person line-up of Peutz and Zernack, the Tiger and the Fox. You don’t want to miss this!
Pow Wow https://soundcloud.com/powwowmke
Lafayette native, Chris Benedyk and the artist formerly known as Rocktopus, Kyle Denton, return to town to play their new tunes with their band Pow Wow.
Dracula Pills http://draculapills.bandcamp.com/album/live-on-wfhb
These guys are from Bloomington and I keep hearing about them. Excited to see them cut their teeth at Foamcity.
Here is a recording from Zernack’s last show. Totally cool stuff- I thought it would be nice to share recordings from the shows we do at Foamcity.
We just have redesigned our website and trying to make Foamcity a better place for everybody, including us. We moved in one year ago into the building and it has been a blast. Hope that we can spread more foam in the lafayette area for many years to come.
CORRECTION: the first printed flyers said Tuesday and Wednesday of the first week. The shows are actually Wednesday and Thursday.
Check the links if you have an extra second in your hyper-tech-saturated life.
All Shows: Doors at 8pm – Show at 9pm – $8
Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Thursday, April April 18, 2013
Sunday, April 21, 2013
Jason Lescalleet – http://lescalleet.wordpress.com/
Zomes – http://www.tinymixtapes.com/chocolate-grinder/listen-zomes-cave-mountain-stream
Monday, April 22, 2013
March 23rd New Jersey’s Hudson Falcons return to Foam City along with locals The Gestalts playing their first local show since recording their upcoming EP for Germany’s Randale Records. Chicago’s Brick Assassin (feat. members of Flatfoot 56 and Downtown Struts) will make their Lafayette debut. Boston’s Dressed for the Occasion have been added to the show.
8pm. Bands start at 8:26 pm.
Dressed for the Occasion
$6 at door or buy your tix in advance here
Facebook event here.