AUCW11 Leak #15: The Daisy Ad w/ Insane Analog & River Kittens as Gorillaz (8/26/17)

In their return to AUCW, The Daisy Ad, joined by Patric Brown of Insane Analog & Allie Vogler of River Kittens, are bringing you back to 19-2000 with their take on the Feel Good Inc. of Gorillaz for AUCW11 Night Three: The 00’s, on August 26th, 2017 at Delmar Hall. : Dustin Davis

O Green World, Tomorrow Comes Today. All Alone, El Mañana, Don’t Get Lost In Heaven.

November Has Come, the Last Living Souls, Every Planet We Reach Is Dead.

Pirate Jet, M1 A1. Re-Hash Pirate’s Progress. Fire Coming Out of the Monkey’s Head.

On Melancholy Hill, Kids With Guns DARE Dirty Harry To Binge.

Three Hearts, Seven Seas, Twelve Moons… Welcome To the World of the Plastic Beach.

Broken Hillbilly Man. Slow Country Rhinestone Eyes. Punk Double Bass.

Detroit, Shy-Town. White Light, Demon Days, Rock The House.

Empire Ants; Rockit. Superfast Jellyfish; New Genius (Brother).

Please help me in welcoming The Daisy Ad back to the AUCW stage by telling all of your friends and of course by joining us on August 26th. Get your tickets now, as they will sell out!

Catch up, and keep in touch, with The Daisy Ad:
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Bandcamp

Catch up, and keep in touch, with Insane Analog:
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Official Website

Catch up, and keep in touch, with River Kittens:
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Rekindle your love for Gorillaz:
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Regional Arts Commission / Pianos In The Loop

Founded in 1985, the Regional Arts Commission aims to promote, encourage and foster the arts and cultural institutions in St. Louis City and County, and to contribute to the economic development of the area through a strong presence of the arts.

In honor of Make Music Day, eight hand-painted, recycled pianos were placed on the trolly platforms throughout the Delmar Loop with the intention of encouraging people to celebrate music in all of its forms, and to band together and play free public concerts anywhere and everywhere they can.


Posted by Mike Tomko on June 30, 2017