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Thursday, January 2, 2014

Friday To-Do: Color Club

Posted on Thu, Jan 2, 2014 at 8:20 AM

click to enlarge Color Club plays at White Water Tavern Friday.
  • Color Club plays at White Water Tavern Friday.


COLOR CLUB
9 p.m. White Water Tavern.


Followers of the Arkansas no-wave revival of a few years ago will no doubt fondly recall the trio Color Club, which sprang up in the hills of Fedvul, moved down to Capital City and then parted ways amicably on account of jobs and members having to move away and so forth.

Well, being as it is The Holidays and folks are back to visit with their families, the women of Color Club decided to reunite for a show at the White Water Tavern. Joining them will be a raft of like-minded sonic miscreants, including a band called LLinda (which, according to my deeply placed sources, contains the following personnel: O. Buffington, D. Jukes and Z. Wait); a solo artist going by the handle of House Red and the somewhat disturbingly named Kitten Rippers (with the mysterious Z. Wait, Reba M. and Anna W. of Color Club).

All in all, it promises to be an evening of sonic exploration that will be enjoyed by folks who appreciate boundary-pushing musical entertainment.

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