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 V.14 No.8 | February 24 - March 2, 2005 

Music to Your Ears

Stu MacAskie (left); celebrating the release of his new CD,   Piano Solos: Volume One  , Friday, Feb. 25, at the Martini Grille from 7 to 9 p.m. Admission is $5. $15 buys admission and a copy of the new disc.
Stu MacAskie (left); celebrating the release of his new CD, Piano Solos: Volume One , Friday, Feb. 25, at the Martini Grille from 7 to 9 p.m. Admission is $5. $15 buys admission and a copy of the new disc.

A reliable source has reported that local band Fivehundred (formerly Mr. Spectacular and three-fourths of Fatso, not to mention Smoothie) have thrown in the proverbial towel, unfortunately before making a record and without any official farewell show. Just another sad day in an endlessly long line of sad days. ... On a happier note, two local bands who remain active as of this writing appear to be getting better and better. Unit 7 Drain are back with a revamped lineup and a boatload of new songs they plan to record for forthcoming albums. They played two Saturday's ago at the Launchpad with Oktober People, who, presumably as part of their effort to spit-polish their set before heading to South By Southwest next month, sounded tighter and more majestic than usual, which is pretty fucking tight and majestic. ... Black Maria's Gordon Andersen made himself a special guest on Jim Villanucci's afternoon radio program last week on 770 KKOB AM, where the topic happened to be the giant new, $10,000-apeice concrete decorative pots that appeared early last week on the I-40 median just west of Carlisle. While most callers agreed that the artistic additions were pleasing, Andersen, true to form, went a step further, telling Villanucci and his listeners, “I'm pro-pot ... and I also like this public art.” Nothing like a little drive-time humor to quell the road rage.

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