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After you've perused the aisles of merch and schwag, sat in the panels of talented professionals, and received autographs from all the D-Listers you can handle... it's time to throw on your best Dragonball bowling shirt, and party with Indy creators in the Big Apple! Sponsored by Brooklyn Comics and More, Blue Line Pro, Red Zone Girls, and a handful of other awesome sponsors, the Indy After Party will be held Saturday, October 9th, at Blaggard's Pub at 8 West 38th Street, between 5th and 6th avenue... just 6 blocks east (and 2 north) from the Javits Convention Center.
The party is set to be awesome to the Nth level. With artwork, prizes, promo items, and a performance from the Violent Femmes' Gordon Gano and his band, the Ryans! And just in case that's not enough fun to blow those socks right off your Chuck Taylors... there's even a sneak peak of »
- Marc Alan Fishman
HBO's "True Blood" is great TV for many reasons, not least of which is it's music, and the dangerous, swampy vibe it often amplifies. Much of the music compliments the show's main location, and music supervisor Gary Calamar even employs local musicians from Louisiana like Allen Toussaint and C.C. Adcock to lend the show an authentic regional sound. When not working on the soundtrack for "True Blood," Calamar, who also was behind the music of "Six Feet Under," music supes for other shows like "Men of a Certain Age," and "House M.D." He's also a working DJ who has had a nighttime show on Kcrw for something like 13 years, spinning pop, roots rock, blues, and soul. As you can imagine, he gets a lot of soundtrack ideas for his day job, during his night job. He's a busy man, but he found the time to get down with me recently »
- Brandon Kim
2 items from 2010
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