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Thursday, November 14, 2013

Out Go The Lights, Thee Wilt Chamberlain This Saturday

Posted By on Thu, Nov 14, 2013 at 1:54 PM

 

Out Go The Lights
  • Out Go The Lights

Out Go The Lights

Saturday, November 16th at The Space, a cornucopia of audio and visual artists will invade the homey, apartment style venue above Anthony's Pizza on the corner of Colonial & Mills. Doors open at 8PM. 5$ entry includes free digital downloads of Out Go the Lights’ latest singles.

Music: Out Go the Lights (Relief in Abstract): http://outgothelightsband.com/

Thee Wilt Chamberlain (Glowmobile): http://glwmbl.bandcamp.com/album/plays-the-hits

Casual Creatures (Miami): http://casualcreatures.bandcamp.com/

Rebel (Miami): http://rebeltheband.bandcamp.com/

Featuring Art by: Alana Questell (Relief in Abstract):http://alanaquestell.com/

Guillermo Casanova (Relief in Abstract): http://guillermo-casanova.com/

Brandon McLean (Phantom Limbs Collective): http://www.brandontmclean.com/

Adam Wade Lavigne: http://adamwadelavigne.tumblr.com/

Dnl Hrs (Is It Over Yet?)

Relief in Abstract will be selling merchandise including records, art prints, and t-shirts.

The UCF Print Collective will also be selling works by their artists. Pick up an issue of Is It Over Yet Vol. 9 in case you missed it the day before.

RSVP via the link below:

https://www.facebook.com/events/1425088661037759/?ref_dashboard_filter=calendar

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