Halloween To-Do: Totally Michael | Rock Candy

Friday, October 31, 2008

Halloween To-Do: Totally Michael

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TOTALLY MICHAEL
1 a.m., Lazer Puzzy. $5.

Totally Michael
is a one-man band out of Bloomington, but originally from Cabot, who specializes in syrupy sweet dance-anthems about cheerleaders and prom and Winona Ryder. He counts Blink 182 (unironically, it would seem) and Soophie Nun Squad as major influences. His concerts, many of which have been here in house venues that only young folk know how to get to, are all about crowd participation, costumes, wearing short shorts, reverting to childhood and other similarly Soophie-ish wild-out behavior. Two weeks after I Heart Comix released his self-titled debut, Michael says, via MySpace, that this concert serves as his official release party. But, as you'll note by the start time, it's really more of a post-party, where li'l ghouls and goblins will likely be dancing until the sun comes up. Three DJs, Sassy Goose, F.A.C.T.S and ICK, help keep it going.

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