Now that we’re back from Montreal/Burlington, and rested up to a degree, I’ve begun burning these compilation CD’s for the Brooklyn Zine Fest. They’re the Urchestra show from Rochester, the Doll Hospital impromptu piece at Kerouac’s grave, and a freeform bit of improvisation from Eric, Andy, and Ken Bradburd (he played with us at Reading Chaos). Each of them will have a different handpainted cover. This is the first one.

Apr 12 -

Now that we’re back from Montreal/Burlington, and rested up to a degree, I’ve begun burning these compilation CD’s for the Brooklyn Zine Fest. They’re the Urchestra show from Rochester, the Doll Hospital impromptu piece at Kerouac’s grave, and a freeform bit of improvisation from Eric, Andy, and Ken Bradburd (he played with us at Reading Chaos). Each of them will have a different handpainted cover. This is the first one.

The "Mad Rat Girl", as one orderly christened her, fixates on an endlessly chaotic tumble of creation and destruction, which she seems to find...amusing.