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HarD/Drive Gets Communal at Churchill's This Sunday

Imagine if you will a musical jam party sometime between 1973 and 1985 hosted by the Residents but somehow, don't ask me, they've managed to travel along the delicate tendrils of time and space into the future and managed to acquire modern (i.e. 2010) technology and are able to bring it back in time and are actively filling the brains of their guests with cheese and futuristic avant garde noise!

Well, this certainly will not involve the quad of giant eyeballs and skull, but it might certainly involve you. Now that the Mad Men season is behind us, Sundays are ours for the taking again! The happening cats over at Miami's only roving gallery/venue/educational boardroom/meeting space, The End/Spring Break will be landing in Churchill's this Sunday as they'll host Carlos Rigau's HarD/Drive jam where the crowd will be encouraged to participate via the use of personal laptops, external drives and/or flash drives.

Listening equipment will be set up during the chaos while 1983's lipstick smeared cult classic, Liquid Sky screens. Sounds like fun! Specially since the reality-bending Viking Funeral may or may not be involved. In any case, this will surely be an artistic exploration of sound, its capacities and the people who seek them.

HarD/Drive at 5 p.m. on Sunday, October 24th at Churchill's, 5501 NE 2nd Ave, Miami. For information call 305-757-1807 or visit www.churchillspub.com.

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