Sunday, March 1, 2009
YO DOO March 2009
YO DOO! The second installment of NYC's new monthly art + comix + small press + record faire happens this Saturday at Cake Shop. See + hear + buy + trade with the cream of D.I.Y. crop on both floors of the store, followed by a special live musical performance! Admission is free!
YO DOO MART + FAIRE happens this Saturday, March 7th from Noon til 7pm, followed by 2 for 1 drink specials at the bar!
+++MARCH 2009 VENDORS+++
CAKE SHOP ARCADE + MART
Hooray! The Cake Shop arcade launches at this month’s YO DOO Mart + Faire. Featuring playable works by local NYC game artists Auntie Pixelante, Marc Arenas, Tristan Perich and more…and our city’s first cutely priced indie games record shop. Check out the scene over the next few weeks, and bring your own games for play and sale!
THE LOUD OBJECTS + BENT
The Bent Festival is an annul art and music festival celebrating DIT electronics, hardware hacking and circuit bending. If you have the least bit of curiosity about electronics or electronic music, or if you’ve ever just wanted to rip your toys apart, The Loud Objects will represent with build-your-own-noise-toy workshops and other witchcraft.
RAY SOHN, TOMOMI FUJIMARU, PANAYIOTIS TERZIS
Roy, Tomomi and Pan will be selling prints, music, comics and more!
TOM TOM MAGAZINE
A magazine about ladies who drum. Custom hand painted stick will be on sale as well!
Neg-Fi is selling Neg-Fi Lp's, cdrs, cassettes, t-shirts (and other treats!), and also the fabulous UK imported "fresh pleasures" 7" by plug (which has recently been on WNYU and WFMU). "In the '50s, a time of postwar optimism and faith in science, there was Hi-Fi. In the '90s, an era of slackers and diminished expectations, there was Lo-Fi. In the '00s, a time of neanderthal government and outright contempt for the arts, there is Neg-Fi. A watershed moment in the history of art and music--some might say sub-nadir..." - Tom Moody
Lost Records – the famed (or infamed) post no-wave label run by Chris Nelson has released such seminal records as "Burn all your Records" by the Scene is Now and the bizarro soundtrack to the movie "Mondo Manhattan" from the Chain Gang. For Yo Doo, Chris Nelson will be featuring artifacts unearthed from the Lost Records vaults -- some rare, some just dusty. For the uninitiated, Chris was also in Information, Mofungo, and The Scene is Now.
BIG APPLE GRAPHIXZ
Named by Forbes’ Misforune 500 as the most undeservedly impoverished artisians of the 21st century, BK Broylerz and Bald Eagles are just a couple of Outlaws making the best in affordable DIY fringe art for the avid instant messenger generation: original art, prints, clothing, digital video discs, defunct analog audio reel cassettes, and blue collar elbow grease manifested into living breathing objects d’art, whatever that means.
Assorted comics, zines, books, records, foil art and more from Fractious Press, Mountain Landis Records and friends.
ROSEMARY + KID ANTHRAX
Kid Nap cute couple: Organic Tote Bags with one-of-a-kind Rosie drawings and T-shirts by Kid Anthrax, plus a hand-made button with every purchase. Made with love. HELP US GET TO SF!!!
DAPPER CHAP QUARTLERLY
Dapper Chap Quarerly is new NYC-based anthology comic book collective. Check out this new thing.
MATTHEW THURBER + AMBERGRIS COMICS
Ambergris Comics presents the finest in picturesque alternate dimensional pulp, debuting a new zine entitled "Megabat" for the occaison, other comic books and esoteric offerings, as well as books-on-tape from the Potlatch, I Gather label-ette.
BRANDON ZAMORA A.K.A. SHELDON GRUBS
Brandon Zamora will be selling his fantastical zine, The Life and Times of Sheldon Grubs, copies of the Ditmas comics anthology and assorted CDs, tapes, VHS and super 8 films.
…and of course CAKESHOP/CAPESHOK will be representing, selling the contents of the old record store area at salvage prices, NEW CDs 1/2 off, hidden vinyl gems from the vault etc etc