Wednesday, October 18, 2006

It Came From the Late Night Music Club From Culture City with Miho Hatori and Outrageous Cherry

Tonight in the late night Music Club i have the debut video From cute Cibo Matto and full time Gorallza Heroin Miho Hatori who will relased her First solo album on Next week and it called "Ecdysis" and the first video is Barracuda and after that the second video is the counting Countdown to the Local Premeire of the Doc "It came From Detroit and one of the band that will play the a set after the film Detroit long time fave band Outrageous Cherry.

And Dont forget you still get ticket for the Film on Oct 27 at the DFT at there web sight at

Miho Hatori

Cibo Matto is an Italian phrase that translates to "food crazy", and many of the tracks on their 1996 debut album, Viva! La Woman, had lyrics related to food, including tracks such as "Know Your Chicken," "Apple," and "Birthday Cake." Their single "Sugar Water" was a modest college radio and dance music hit, and the song was accompanied by an innovative split screen video directed by Michel Gondry, where each side showed the same footage - one side going forward, and one backwards, meeting mid-song.

Outrageous Cherry
Talk About Something Else

Named after a brilliant red hair dye, Detroit's Outrageous Cherry explores the sunnier side of droning, fuzzy indie-rock. The band started as a recording project in 1992 but blossomed into a full-fledged group when singer/guitarist/producer Matthew Smith, bassist Chad Gilchrist, guitarist Larry Ray and drummer Deb Agnolli began performing live in 1993.

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