Fitchburg's own Michael Brodeur is bringing his music project New Dad to Boston and it's going to be a real hoot!
You know Brodeur from his work at such local publications as DigBoston, Boston Phoenix, and currently, the Boston Globe.
And, duh: Brodeur penned that brilliant satirical taxonomy, "Fake Massachusetts Towns", that ran in McSweeney's. The stuff of Massachusetts Memes legend:
(from New Dad's Instagram)
Hey, Boston. Heads up. I'm playing two dates in...you.
A live techno set of post-mimosa house and techno with @nottodaysatin on Sunday March 24 at Boston's greatest queer dive, @jacquescabaret, for @djbrianh 's wildly fun sip *tea* dance (COME!) and this here queer AF installation on Friday March 29 at Dorchester Art Project:
"PLAYLAND restores two rooms of vital queer space to Boston for one night, with a rotating cast of musicians providing live scores with an overlapping melange of protected footage documenting queer spaces, lost and found, real and imagined - from movie scenes to surveillance tapes.
Meanwhile, responsive music performed by ever-changing combinations of players will move between ambient soundscapes, blurry techno memories, dark cruisy passages, mantric chants, and occasional blessings from house divas."
More info on both Boston dates coming @newdadnewdad + @lefeelingpvd
New Dad on IG: http://www.instagram.com/newdadnewdad