So many great things to do in Nashville in October.
Tomorrow, Thursday, October 14 at 8 p.m., head over to Third Man Records to view the Short Films of Curtis Harrington, presented by the Light & Sound Machine.
On Saturday, October 17, check out post punk band Shadow Age at the new Wedgewood/Houston venue Drkmttr. Or head over to East Nashville to see the Druid Underground Film Festival at Queen Ave.
On Friday, October 23 at 8 p.m., don’t miss Wu Fei & Friends presented by FMRL Arts at the 12th South Portland Brew. FMRL says,
Fei is a master of the guzheng or zheng, a Chinese zither. She plays zheng beautifully in the instrument’s vernacular–a musical language which is 2,000 to 3,000 years old–and in a contemporary idiosyncratic, experimental dialect began during years spent at Mills College and immersed in the Downtown improvising scene which revolved around NYC clubs like The Stone, which Fei curated for the month of Oct. 2008. Given the folks Fei has collaborated with which ranges from Abigail Washburn to John Zorn, you never know who might show up to jam.
Also on Friday at 8 p.m. but at the East Room … Dan Deacon with Hypochondriak & Madwarrior and Circuit Benders’ Ball alums Pineapple Explode.
On Saturday, October 31st from 7 p.m. to 12 a.m., visit Track One for what is potentially the coolest art show of the year: Deep Play Fun House Video Art Show, presented by Seed Space, the Rymer Gallery, and Track One. The Facebook event page says,
As an immersive video and sound environment, the viewer defines the narrative sequence by negotiating labyrinthine pathways in a large, formerly industrial environment alongside live sound performances for a one night event on Halloween.
Lose yourself in video, literally and figuratively.
See you out and about!