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A light week this week, presumably on account of the holiday. I'll take that to mean I can go light on the intro this week. Enjoy yr tofurky, pals.

Upcoming show tips, reviews or pics from last week's shows, questions, comments, and concerns go to xnoise.havenx@gmail.com.

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Fri 23 Nov


Bella's Bartok (MA), Jacques Le Coque
'The English term gipsy or gypsy is a common word used to indicate Romani people, Tinkers and Travellers, and use of the word gipsy in modern-day English is so pervasive ... that some Romani organizations use it in their own organizational names. However, according to some academics who study the Romani people, and a few Romani themselves, the word has been tainted by its use as a racial slur and a pejorative connoting illegality and irregularity, and some modern dictionaries either recommend avoiding use of the word gypsy entirely or give it a negative or warning label.' (Wikipedia)
State House, 294 State St, New Haven
9pm $15-18

King Bongo, Fat Randy, SAP, Fox 45 (NY)
Here are some rock 'n' roll bands.
Scotty O'Boyles, 523 1/2 N Colony Rd, Meriden
9pm $5
 

Sat 24 Nov


Chris Cretella, Michael Larocca/Aaron Rubinstein, Max Hamel/Al Margolis, Gora, Curmudgeon Corner
A bunch a great improvisers in the afternoon. Yrstrly teaming up with Sam again. Curmudgeon Corner is luminaries Adam Matlock and Anne Rhodes duoing, if ya didn't already know.
Willimantic Records, 75 Bridge St, Willimantic
2pm $5-10
 

Mon 26 Nov


Downtown Boys (RI), Algiers (GA), the Shrinnirs
Some seriously powerful and raucous fully automated luxury gay space communism on this one. Try not to break anything.
Willimantic Records
7pm $8-12

Drug Church (NY), Gouge Away (FL), Seattle's New Gods (WA), Videodome
Here are some hardcore punk bands. I was a little disappointed to learn that Seattle's New Gods are actually from Seattle.
RVP Studios: The Cave, 221 Bull Hill Lane, West Haven
7:30pm $10-12
 

Tue 27 Nov


Monobody (IL), The Most, Jelani Sei, Holy Pinto (UK)
Some sort of emo math rock vibes but kinda groovy?
MAC 650, 650 Main St, Middletown
6:30pm $8-10
 

Wed 28 Nov


Stove, Crag Mask, Maneka (NY), Witch Hair
Here's some alternative rock.
WAMLEG, 190 Ward Street, Wallingford
6:30pm $8-10

Clara Engel (ON), An Historic
Someone called Clara here 'minimalist holy blues from another galaxy' which if they sound half as good as all that the video store is in for a legyndary nite.
Best Video, 1842 Whitney Ave, Hamden
7:30pm $5?

Laundry Day, Old Self, The Right Offs
Do NOT put a hyphen in 'Right Offs' or they will roll you in the parking lot. Laundry Day has a new EP!
State House
8pm $8

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Some DIY spaces choose to not publicize their address. When an address is not listed, this is usually the case. If a contact is listed, hit 'em up! Else, look for the Facebook event and message an organizer, or ask me :-)

I don't know about every show! If you want to see your future thing in a future letter, hit me up with the deetz and I'll probably include it.

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