Flywheel Eternal Calendar

Posting of all shows performed at flywheel since 4/1/1999.

April 1, 1999
8:00 PM
free

Open Jam for all musicians


April 3, 1999
7:30 PM
free

Diana Davies, Big Red Lucy (Amherst High School)


April 8, 1999
8:00 PM
free

Open Jam for all musicians


April 9, 1999
7:30 PM
free

Dingo Roi, The New Harmful


April 15, 1999
8:00 PM
free

Open Jam for all musicians


April 16, 1999
7:30 PM

The Moves, etc


April 18, 1999
3:00 PM
$3

Jason Lescaleet (Worcester), Brutum Fulmen (NJ), Free Security News, Craig Colorusso, etc

Matinee Noise Fest


April 22, 1999
8:00 PM
free

Open Jam for all musicians


April 23, 1999
8:00 PM

Sarge (Champaign, IL)

tentative


April 24, 1999
7:30 PM
free

Sue Burkhart, Cochlea


April 30, 1999
7:30 PM
free

Correspondence Quartet (CT), K-Lean Fafnir Machine


May 1, 1999
7:30 PM
free

Last Great Thing (UMass), etc


May 6, 1999
8:00 PM
free

Open Jam for all musicians


May 7, 1999
7:30 PM
$4

The Spaceheads (England, Merge), Olive Grain, Soren

Last Soren Show


May 8, 1999
7:30 PM
free

Defecation, Urthquake


May 9, 1999
7 and 9:15 PM
$3

Fugazi: Instrument Documentary Screening


May 14, 1999
8:00 PM

The Adam Raschi Trio, Wayne Gordon (NZ), Year of Meteors (poetry to music), Frumrda, Lunar Dance Theater


May 15, 1999
7:30 PM
free

Sweet Butterfly, The Cluett, Dulin, Huddins Trio


May 16, 1999
7:00 PM
$4

Mini Queer Film Fest: Gay Sham '98, etc

Scott Berry (director) speaks


May 21, 1999
7:30 PM
free

Pioneer Valley Guitar and Mandolin Orchestra, Plump, Chris Lam (Great Barrington)


May 22, 1999
7:30 PM
free

Arthur Brooks Ensemble V


May 23, 1999
7:30 PM
free

Theatracal account of Interfaith Pilgrimage, the recent international trip to recreate the slave route performed and written by Sky Halm of Northampton


May 23, 1999
2:00 PM
$3

Idea Fire Company w/ Graham Lambkin from Shadow Ring, Joshua, Django Reinhardt III


May 27, 1999
7:30 PM
$3

Disband (Chapel Hill, NC), Tipping Canoe, Warren Commission, The Taints


May 29, 1999
7:30 PM
free

F.I.T.H. (electric hardcore)


June 4, 1999
7:30 PM
$3

Tizzy, Tappan Zee, and Dryer

Tizzy record release


June 5, 1999
8:00 PM

Hangin' With Shorty


June 11, 1999
8:00 PM

High Tide


June 12, 1999
8:00 PM

Playtopia


June 19, 1999
7:30 PM

New Radiant Storm King and The Mitchells


June 24, 1999
7:30 PM
$3

Jalopaz and Irreversable Neural Damage


July 2, 1999
7:30 PM
free

GTDS, Urthquake


July 10, 1999
8:00 PM

Kosovo Refugee Benefit concert w/ The Tutsis


July 12, 1999
8:00 PM

Games Night 7:30 - 10


July 13, 1999
7:00 PM

Open Poetry Night


July 14, 1999
7:00 PM

film collective meeting


July 15, 1999
8:00 PM
$5

Sanctum (Sweden), etc


July 16, 1999
8:00 PM
$5

Wolfie (Urbana, IL), Kleenex Girl Wonder (DC), The Moves, V for Vendetta (RI)


July 17, 1999
8:00 PM

The Voice/Salt Radio Broadcast Noise Matinee


July 18, 1999
8-11 PM
free

Flywheel Open Jam -- Experimental Jazz/Free Improv


July 21, 1999
7-10 PM
$3

Teresa Castano -- Dance Instruction


July 22, 1999
8:00 PM
$4

Runforyerlife (Chicago), Blue Ash Solution (Dayton, OH), New Harmful


July 24, 1999
8:00 PM
free

Peal, etc


July 24, 1999
8 AM - 4 PM

Benefit Tag Sale

Memorial Hall Easthampton, Flywheel Benefit


July 27, 1999
8:00 PM
$5

The Music Tapes (Athens, GA), Aden (DC), Thimble Circus (Elephant 6)


July 29, 1999
8:00 PM
$3

Delvic, Fudge Gun (Motor City), First Day at Flight


July 30, 1999
8:00 PM
free

Lefty & The Rebel, NMTV


July 31, 1999
8:00 PM
$4

Useless ID (Israel), Think Again (Albany), F.I.T.H. (Local High School), No Intention

Part 1 of international weekend


August 1, 1999
8:00 PM
$4

This Side Up (Italy), Fire Season (NJ), Crash Davis

Part 2 of international weekend; E-Mail Says no Crash Davis, Warren Commission CD Release


August 2, 1999
7 - 11 PM

Teen Movie Night, Games Night


August 4, 1999
8:00 PM

film collective meeting


August 5, 1999
6:30 PM

Organizational Meeting (Weekly)


August 6, 1999
8:00 PM
$3

With Arms Still Empty (MI), The Last Great Thing, Tipping Canoe


August 7, 1999
8:00 PM
$5

Depart This Life, 6 Thirty 7, Shoot The Dancing Bear, Never Again


August 8, 1999
8:00 PM

Experimental and Out-Jazz Music Jam


August 9, 1999
8:00 PM
$5

Landing (SLC), Meisha (Pittsburgh), Craig Colorusso / Jason Talbot Duo (Noho Guitarist, Boston Turntable)


August 12, 1999
8:00 PM
$4

The Retreads, The Pantaloonatics, The Grand Prixx, NYMB


August 13, 1999
8:00 PM
$4

Bright Eyes (NB), The Figments, The Kahoots, Farmer Tan


August 15, 1999
8:00 PM
free

Harmonyville CD release + open jam


August 19, 1999
8:00 PM
free

Helen Harrison & Karwen Dolmavisth

movement and performance art within sculptured installation to improvised music on toy instruments and found objects. two sets with the second one participatorty.


August 20, 1999
8:00 PM
$3

Bob Gratis, Cancer Valley Community College, Rock City Crime Wave


August 21, 1999
8:00 PM
$4

World Inferno Friendship Society (NY), The Great Northern w/ slam poet Thomas Fetig (Cape Cod), The Grand Prixx (Longmeadow)


August 23, 1999
7:00 PM
$3

E-Z Vue Film Festival feat. work of local filmmakers


August 27, 1999
8:00 PM
$3

Emil Beaulieau (Lowell; stand up comedy noise), Matt Weston (experimental percussion from 'Hamp), Skin Crime (electronic noise; NH), Howard Seltzer (Boston; sound collage)

presented by the voice + salt radio broadcast


September 3, 1999
8:00 PM
$3

Ty Braxton (Hartford) + Guests


September 4, 1999
8:00 PM
free

Marcel, Neil Brick


September 10, 1999
8:00 PM
free

Inner Orchestra


September 11, 1999
8:00 PM
free

Mimi & Devotion


September 12, 1999
8:00 PM
$4

Silver Scooter (TX), Hurricane Lamps (DC), Warren Commission, Harvard Yard


September 16, 1999
8:00 PM
free

Helen Harrison & Karen Dolmavisth


September 17, 1999
8:00 PM
$5

Assif Tsahar (NYC, solo)


September 18, 1999
8:00 PM
$5

Tower Recordings (NY), Alan Licht (NY), Commode Minstrels


September 19, 1999
4:00 PM
$4

Tennis (OR, Omnibus), Mates Of State (OR, Omnibus)


September 20, 1999
8:00 PM
$3

Nmperign (Twisted Village, Boston)


September 21, 1999
8:00 PM
$3

Jack Wright, The Starpoli/Crespo/Todd Trio


September 23, 1999
7:00 PM
$5

Overhang Party (Japan), Primordal Undermind (CA), Salamander, Joshua

Maybe Overhang Garden?


September 24, 1999
8:00 PM

Doug Larosa, Richard Johnson

chamber music


September 25, 1999
9 AM - 3 PM

Flywheel Car Wash

Flywheel Benefit


September 25, 1999
8:00 PM
$4

Barcelona (DC), Mitchells, Cahoots


October 1, 1999
8:00 PM
$3

Tizzy, Janke (Boston), etc


October 2, 1999
8:00 PM
$3

Cappuccino Jellybeans, Hamptonites, Harvard Yard

Flywheel Benefit


October 5, 1999
8:00 PM
$5

Pansy Division (Lookout!, CA), The Coopers, Tappen Zee


October 8, 1999
7:00 PM
$4

Holdstrong, Drowning Man, The Movie Life, Unearth, From The Depths


October 11, 1999
8:00 PM
$5

The Crabs, Sarah Dougher, Steve-o-Rino


October 15, 1999
8:00 PM
free

Helen Harrison and Karen Dolmanisth


October 20, 1999
8:00 PM
$5

Himsa (Seattle), Warren Commission, The Johnny Five (NY), New Harmful


October 21, 1999
8:00 PM
$5

Mick Turner Bodville Tren (Australia), The Doubles and Ty Braxton (CT)


October 22, 1999
8:00 PM
free

Gus, Chris Couchan

high school rock


October 23, 1999
8:00 PM
$3

The David Gross, Michael Bullock, Matt Weston Trio -- Arthur Brooks Ensemble V


October 24, 1999
1:00 PM
$5

Radar Mercury (NJ), All Chrome, Hometown Hero (NY), In Pieces (WMHxC)

sunday matinee


October 28, 1999
6:00 PM
$5

Indk (ex-Choking Victim, 82 Gremlin), Delvic, Hopewell (NY), Waterpistol, Schwag

$3 with coustume


October 31, 1999
6 - 10 PM
free

Haunted House

and 10/30


November 4, 1999
7:30 PM
free

Mr. K-Lean, The Crespo Langan Project, Dingo Roi, Diana Davies


November 5, 1999
8:00 PM
$3

Aloha Steamtrain, The Damn Personals


November 6, 1999
8:00 PM
$5

Mark Robinson, Aden, True Love Always, Kid Sampson, V For Vendetta

Teenbeat night


November 8, 1999
8:00 PM
$4

Belvadere (Seattle), Havoc, Prosper


November 12, 1999
8:00 PM
free

Mrs. Remote Control (Smith College), Parts Unknown (Toronto), The Zookeepers, Just For Sunday


November 13, 1999
8:00 PM
$3

Spouse (gay!?), Tapan Zee -- arthur brooks ensemble v and dan dechellis trio


November 18, 1999
8:00 PM
free

Matt Weston/Phloyd Starpoli Duo


November 19, 1999
8:00 PM
$4

Sleepyhead (NYC), Fly Seville (Boston), East Is Red


November 21, 1999
8:00 PM
$3

Fudge Gun (MI)


November 26, 1999
8:00 PM
$5

Hefner (Scotland), The Mitchells, Zeke Fiddler


December 1, 1999
8:00 PM

Mumia Abu-Jamal: Cause for Reasonable Doubt

Film Screening


December 2, 1999
7:00 PM

Liquid Entry (Chicopee HC), etc


December 3, 1999
8:00 PM
$3

Nicole, Superagent, Fiesel, Gooselove and Antara


December 4, 1999
8:00 PM
$5

Sun Xing Ensemble, Karetnik


December 9, 1999
8:00 PM

Hospital and Kahoots Split 7" Record Release


December 10, 1999
8:00 PM
$3

Pilot to Gunner (NY), Koyola (Boston), Mental Floss


December 11, 1999
8:00 PM

Todd Trio and guests


December 12, 1999
8:00 PM

Forever in a Day (FL), Glasseater, etc


December 17, 1999
8:00 PM

Maggies, Plump, and Cindy Bow


December 18, 1999
8:00 PM

Correspondence Quartet, Three Against Four (Boston), Charlie In The Box

7 PM Quartet, 9 PM Rock


February 3, 2000
8:00 PM
free

Cenozoic Quartet


February 4, 2000
8:00 PM
free

Music Documentary Night: History of Soul Pt 1

Soul of Stax & Wattstax


February 5, 2000
8:00 PM
$3

Crackerjack Celtic Band


February 6, 2000
7:00 PM
$4

Delvic, The Kill Van Kull (NYC), Chick Magnet (VT), Thresher Curtain


February 10, 2000
8:00 PM
$3

V For Vendetta (PVD), Tizzy, Boys Of Now, Pazza Ragazza


February 11, 2000
7:00 PM
$3

Superagent, The Separation Papers, Statute Factor (Boston), Gooselove and Antara, The Migration Trap (Boston)


February 12, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

Gerry Hemingway / John Butcher Duo

New Music Series


February 17, 2000
8:00 PM
$3

The Johnny Five (NY), The Warren Commission


February 18, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

Doc Hopper (Boston), The Coopers, Phil Spector's Daydream


February 19, 2000
8:00 PM
free

The Skeptics, Plescostomus (EHS), Secret School

Easthampton Music Showcase


February 24, 2000
8:00 PM
$3

Seth Cluett & The Chris Cooper / Andy Crespo / Matt Weston Trio


February 26, 2000
8:00 PM
free

Superkart, Three Against Four, The Magnets


March 2, 2000
8:00 PM
free

Evil People, Exoriate, Suffer

Local Metal Night


March 5, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

Harvey Sid Fisher (Hollywood), Ken Cormier

Lounge Night


March 8, 2000
8:00 PM
$4

Brittle Stars (FL), Musical Chairs (CT), My Place In Space


March 9, 2000
8:00 PM
$3

F.I.T.H., Underlie, Xeno, Phase, Noah's Dove


March 10, 2000
8:00 PM
free

Poetry or Whatever: spoken word by Jim Dubois and John Bauman


March 11, 2000
1:00 PM
$5

Calvin Johnson (WA), Mirah (yo-yo/K Recs), Mrs. Remote Control, Princeton Reverbs Colonial (NH)

two shows!


March 11, 2000
6:00 PM
free

Magazine Release Party: Enertial Call Magazine, Music by Basque (NY)

two shows!


March 13, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

High Rise (Japan), Major Stars (Boston), Frost Giant (krautrock, not US)


March 14, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

St. Christopher (UK), Jumprope (Boston), The Saturday People (Slumberland)


March 16, 2000
8:00 PM
$4

Crackerjack Celtic Band

Pre-St. Patrick's Day


March 17, 2000
8:00 PM

1 Year Anniversary Bash


March 19, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

Naysayer (Cynthia from Ruby Falls/Retsin), The Lapse (ex. Van Pelt)


March 23, 2000
7:00 PM
$3

Superstar Benefit 80's Dance Freakout


March 24, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

Miranda July (Portland) Screening: Nests of Tens & I Saw Bones (compilation)


March 25, 2000
8:00 PM
$3

Evan Rapport (Saxophone, MD), Jeff Arnal / Philip Wofford Duo (percussion, reeds and brass from Albany, NY)

New Music Series


March 26, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

Erik Lindgren - Rude Awakenings (X-Opera feat. liberetto by Pagan Kennedy. Guests: Rick Scott), Lauri des Marais/Susan DeLeo/Kris Thompson, Ken Field (Sax)

New Music Series


March 30, 2000
8:00 PM
$3

Ember Swift (Toronto), Miranda Stone, Gooselove and Antara, Cindy Bow

Folk Night


March 31, 2000
8:00 PM
free

The Moves, The New Harmful

CD Release Party for both bands + vintage videos + a dance party


April 2, 2000
2:00 PM
$5

Discount (final tour)


April 2, 2000
6:00 PM

Prosper, Daedelus/Complex, Unearth, Beyond This Day, The August Prophecy


April 5, 2000
7:00 PM
free

Showdown In Seattle presented by PaperTiger TV


April 6, 2000
8:00 PM
free

Beyond Country Roads: A John Denver Tribute


April 7, 2000
8:00 PM
free

Histroy of Soul Music Night Pt. II: Make It Funky (1997)

Music Documentary Series


April 8, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

Mark Robinson, Audio Explorations, Ani Cordero, One AM Radio


April 13, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

Eurounderground Film Series, Anti Clockwork


April 14, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

Orchid, Garrison (EMA), Prizefighter (EMA), Kolya, Arcaro (CT)


April 15, 2000
7:00 PM
$4

The Statue Factor (Boston), Onslaught, Crash Days, Skimask, Black Black (FKA assfagut)

Food Not Bombs Benefit / $3 with non-perishable vegetarian item


April 16, 2000
8:00 PM
$4

Cerberus Shoal, Ghosts of Blake


April 20, 2000
8:00 PM
$3

Scott Rosenberg/John Shiurba/Matt Weston Trio


April 21, 2000
7:00 PM
$5

Kitty Badass (CT), Crash Davis, Stinkbomb


April 22, 2000
7:30
$5

Dalek (NJ), The Captain (LA), Scorpio, MC Soulfighter

Hip Hop Night


April 27, 2000
8:00 PM
$3

The Nightjars


April 28, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

Pilot To Gunner (NYC), Haywood, The Distance Formula


April 29, 2000
1:30
$5

Ultimate Warriors (PA), Anton Bordman (RI/CT), Timbre (Cape Cod), The Guts, The Cancer Kids (962), Exit Wound (Central MA)

HC Matinee


April 29, 2000
7:30 PM
$3

CCM4, Corsano/Young/Pavone, Phloyd's Rice Ensemble

New Music Series


May 3, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

Him (membs. June of 44, Lungfish, etc), V For Vendetta (RI), Ty Braxton


May 4, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

Gokh-Bi System (Senegal), Sunz of Light, MC Soulfighter


May 5, 2000
8:00 PM
free

Mark Owens / Jessica Goddard / Gineen Cooper (art); music by Plump & Lisa Lawrence

Art Exhibit Closing Party


May 6, 2000
8:00 PM
free

Tizzy, The Mitchells, Exit Mentality


May 7, 2000
8:00 PM
$4

Delvic, The Kill Van Kull (NYC), Psara, Noah's Dove


May 12, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

Delvic, The Kill Van Kull (NYC), Psara, Noah's Dove

Mr. Lady Records Night


May 13, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

Roger Miller's Binary System (Ex. Mission of Burma), Diving Bell, Helen Harrison + Karen Dolmavisth)


May 15, 2000
8:00 PM
$3

Jack Wright, Chris Cooper, Matt Weston Trio

New Music Series


May 19, 2000
8:00 PM
$3

The Warren Commission, Slowfore (Boston), The Damn Personals


May 20, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

The Thrones (Kill Rock Stars), Agoraphobic Nosebleed


May 21, 2000
8:00 PM
$3

Pazza Ragazza, Esperance, Blackblack, Teenage Warning (CT)


May 22, 2000
8:00 PM
$3

Kevin Drumm w/ Pillow


May 23, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

The Music Tapes

House and Fielding Capsules Tour


May 24, 2000
7:30 PM
$5

Aisler's Set (CA), Aden (DC), True Love Always


May 25, 2000
7:30
$5

Meatcake starring Dame Darcy

2 short plays w/ original music and vaudeville sideshow by the creator of meat cake comics


May 26, 2000
8:00 PM
free

Joaquin Andujar + The Flowering Free Soul, Biddlebug Sound System Presents: an old school funky soul dance party


May 27, 2000
8:00 PM
free

Steverino


June 1, 2000
8:00 PM
free

Richard Down's Cenozoic Ensemble


July 3, 2000
8:00 PM
$3

Bait and Guns (Mike Bullock - bass; David Gross - reeds; Matt Weston - percussion, electronics), Nmperign (Greg Kelley - trumpet; Bhob Rainey - Reeds)


July 19, 2000
7:00 PM
$5

None But Burning (Birmingham, AL hardcore), Closer Than Kin


Marcel, Neil Brick, Shank's Pony (NY)


July 21, 2000
6:00 PM
$4

The Luddite Clone, Unearth, Humans Being, Prosper, IVID, Septic Orgasm

Food Not Bombs Holyoke Benefit / $3 with non-perishable vegetarian item


July 22, 2000
8:00 PM
$3

Eye Door (NYC improv), Chris Corsano/Paul Flaherty Duo, Son Of Earth Flesh On Bone feat Nicky Win


July 27, 2000
7:00 PM
$4

Blackblack, Buy One Get One Free Charles Manson, Fast Times In Junior High Logic, People's Choice (Pittsfield)

Food Not Bombs Holyoke Benefit / $3 with non-perishable vegetarian item


July 28, 2000
8:00 PM
free

Jim Dubois, John Bauman and friends

poetry and music


July 29, 2000
7:30 PM
$5

Karate (Boston), The Ivory Coast (Boston, Big Top), Arcaro (New Haven), Mount St. Helens (Chicago)


July 30, 2000
8:00 PM
$3

Golden Thungs, Lonas (Boston), Mike Wyzik


July 31, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

Meisha (PA), Landing (SLC)

drone night


August 1, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

Elizabeth Elmore (ex-Sarge), Jen Wood (Tree Records), Halo Altera (CT), Diana Davies

A Night of Powerful Solo Women


August 3, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

Krill ([Baltimore, Improv] Vattel Cherry - bass; John Dierker - reeds; Evan Rapport - reeds)

New Music Series


August 4, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

Hellohithanks by Emily Windover

one woman physical comedy and theatrical clown show


August 5, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

Joe McPhee - saxophones, cornet, with Benjamin Karetnick - percussion and Phloyd Starpoli - trombone

New Music Series


August 6, 2000
7:00 PM

Cindy Bow, Jesse Sterling Harrison, The Separation Papers, The Never Engine

A night of local female folk


August 10, 2000
8:00 PM
$3

Tyondai Braxton, Jon Matis, Eric Bernasek, The National Blue (Boston)


August 11, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

33.3 (NYC/New Haven feat memb. A Minor Forest), Threnody Ensemble, etc


August 12, 2000
7:00 PM
$5

The River Cirt Rebels (Victory Records), 4 Heads Deep (Boston), Nooner (PA, Pinball Records), Skarmy of Darkness


August 13, 2000
7:30 PM
$3

Teenage Warning (CT), Superagent, Pazza Ragazza, Esperance


August 17, 2000
8:00 PM
$4

The Kissing Contest, Prettypony (Indiana), The Operators (Boston)


August 18, 2000
8:00 PM
$3

Pinocchio (NYC jazz)


August 19, 2000
8:00 PM
$3

EED ([Boston] Erik Carlsen - tuba; David Gross - reeds; Eric Rosenthal - percussion) plus Mike Bullock (solo bass)

New Music Series


September 9, 2000
8:00 PM
$3

Jeff Arnal - percussion; John Dierker - reeds; Katt Hernandez - violin; Jonathan Vincent - accordion

New Music Series


September 16, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

from Boulder, CO: Jack Wright - saxophones, with Bob Marsh - cello, voice; Chris Cooper - electronics; Matt Weston - percussion, electronics

New Music Series


October 6, 2000
8:00 PM
free

Carrue Ferguson (ex-Plump), Pazza Ragazza, Dingo Roi, Dew Claw


October 7, 2000
12 - 6 PM
free

Rockin' The Dead From The Nashawannuck Deck (Outdoors) @ Nasawannuck Pond

Flywheel Inside Out Presents


October 7, 2000
8:00 PM
$4

Audio Explorations, Firefighter, Maceo Ruez (NY)


October 9, 2000
7:30 PM
$5

Versus, Mark Robinson, The New Harmful, etc


October 12, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

The Cannanes (AUS), Even As We Speak (AUS), Steward, Bela


October 13, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

The JJ Players Club (ex. Kiss It Goodbye), Delvic, Noah's Dove, The Last Forty Seconds

Delvic/Noah's Dove Split 7" Release


October 14, 2000
12:00 PM

The Taints, Pop-a-Wheelie, Bell 5 Horizon Hour, Redwood (Switzerland), Golden Thungs, Ghosts of Blake, etc

Abstract Art and Music Fest


October 15, 2000
8:00 PM
$4

Chupacabra Jr., The Sanity Assasins, The Howards, Dead Skunx

Punk night


October 18, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

The Pernice Brothers, Sea of Cortez (NY), Ready Kilowatt


October 19, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

The Slumber Party (Kill Rock Stars), A-Set (Tree Records), Words For Snow, Rose of Sharon


October 20, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

The Last Poets (70s pre-hip hop/jungle funk), Goxh-Bi System (Senegal), Mc Soulfighter


October 21, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

from Germany: Carl Ludwig Hubsch - tuba /Harald, Kimmig - violin + Bai

New Music Series


October 24, 2000
7:00 PM
free

Zorana Gluscevic (a talk and video presentation on the current situation in the Balkan region)


October 25, 2000
8:00 PM

Itchy Pits (Long Lost Freak-Noise Quartet)


October 26, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

Mirah (K Records), The Microphones (K Records), The Taints, Lonas (Boston), Exit Mentality


October 27, 2000
8:00 PM

Ill Ease (ex New Radiant Storm King, NY), Hospital, Spouse, Hamsteak


October 28, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

The Pills, The Mitchells, Zeke Fiddler


October 31, 2000
5:30 PM
Free

Flywheel Haunted House (2nd Annual)


November 2, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

Dr. Eugene Chadbourne, Son of Earth-Flesh on Bone-Trio


November 3, 2000
8:00 PM

28 Degrees Taurus, Marcel, Vintage Dreams

Multi-Media Impressions and Projections by Aaron Piziali


November 4, 2000
8:00 PM
$4

Neil Brick, Karen Dolmanisth and guests

Art, Movement, and Music Extravaganza


November 5, 2000
7:30 PM
$5

Ida (NY), Tara Jane O'Neil (on tour), The Naysayer, Tiger Saw


November 7, 2000
7:30 PM
$5

Captured By Robots (actual robot band?), The Sanity Assasins, Urthquake

Election Day Rock


November 9, 2000
7:30
$4

Her Flyaway Manner (NB, Caulfield Records), The Migration Trap, Kolya (eastern MA)


November 10, 2000
8:00 PM

Utopia: An intentioned techno-trance event


November 11, 2000
7:30 PM
$4

Bunsen, Fall Into Ruin, The Right, Mcash


November 12, 2000
7:30 PM
$5

Bablicon, Volcano The Bear (UK), El Guapo, Son of Earth-Flesh On Bone Trio


November 15, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

Le Quan Ninh ([France] solo percussion) plus duets, trios, and quartets with Chris Cooper - electronics, Andy Crespo - bass, Matt Weston - percussion, electronics

New Music Series


November 16, 2000
7:30 PM
$3

Darediablo, Fire Engine Red, Twigs Tricycle


November 17, 2000
7:30 PM
$5

Orso (Chicago, ex-Rex and RedRed Meat)


November 19, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

Blaise Siwula, Jeff Arnal, Stan Nishimura, Ernesto Diaz-Infante plus Trio Chroch

New Music Series


November 20, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

Frank Gratkowski (Germany), Dan Warner

New Music Series


November 21, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

Jonathan Lamaster, Toshi Makihara, John Voigt (from Boston/PHL)

New Music Series


November 25, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

A Trillion Barnicle Lapse (RI), The Last Forty Seconds

(calendar says "Saturday, October 25")


November 28, 2000
8:00 PM

N.K. Lean Young (Haiku Films: VideoRenga & CineRenga), etc


November 30, 2000
7:30 PM

The Maggies, Greenburgs, Satellite Oven

(calendar says "Thursday, October 30")


December 1, 2000
7:30 PM
$4

Kipper Tin (Boston), One Handed Molly (NYC), The Dubnicks, Sally (Smith College)


December 2, 2000
8:00 PM

Utopia: An intentioned techno-trance event


December 7, 2000
7:30 PM
$3-5

Rhythm & Spark Improv Theater


December 8, 2000
7:00 PM

Valley Casual's Singles Group


December 9, 2000
7:30
$5

Victory At Sea, Poem Rocket (IL, Atavistic Records), Helms (Boston, Kimchee Records), Rose of Sharon


December 10, 2000
1:30 PM
$4

Sepsis (CT), etc

Metal Mayhem Matinee


December 11, 2000
7:00 PM
free

HCC Chamber Ensemble


December 12, 2000
3:30 - 7:00 PM
free

Teen Power Alliance of YWCA (Workshop on Advocacy)

Easthampton-based TPA


December 12, 2000
7:30 PM
$4

Explosions In The Sky (TX, Temporary Residence Ltd.), Surgeon's Photograph, Ketellus, Ghosts of Blake


December 13, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

Jack Wright Quartet

New Music Series


December 14, 2000
7:30 PM
$4

Jericho (Boston), Blind Luck, T.I.P., Downhill From Here

Hidden Talent Showcase


December 15, 2000
7:30 PM
$5

The Pernice Brothers, Joshua Burkett, Bunnybrains (CT)


December 16, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

Sun Xing Duo (feat. Sabir Mateen & Ben Karetnick)

Free Jazz Exploration


December 19, 2000
8:00 PM

Brown Cuts: Neighbors Night of Video Oddities (NY public access fun)


December 21, 2000
7:30 PM
$5

The Warren Commission, Halo Altera (CT), Mini Watt (RI), Pazza Ragazza

Flywheel Benefit Show


December 22, 2000
7:30 PM

Numbers Are Neutral (PA), Proverbs Of The Illest (PA), The Last Forty Seconds, River City Rampage (CT)


December 23, 2000
5:00 PM

Comming of the light: Techno & Winter Drum Circle For Winter Solstice


December 24, 2000
2:00 PM
$5

Tragedy, etc

X-Mas Eve HC Matinee


December 28, 2000
8:00 PM
$5

Keepsake (FL), etc


January 4, 2001
7:30 PM
$5

Dead Skunx, Suffering Bastards, Disaster Strikes (Boston activist hardcore punk)

Food Not Bombs Benefit


January 5, 2001
7:30 PM
$5

The Strippers, Vampire Lezbos, Risky Business and the Sunsets (NYC)


January 6, 2001
7:30 PM
$5

Invisible Them (CT), Son of Earth Flesh On Brone Trio, Brian Straw (Cleveland), Flaherty.Corsano.Messmer (alto sax. drums. acoustic bass.)


January 7, 2001
7:00 PM
$4

Grand Prixx, Cappucino Jellybeans, No Intention, Crossed Out


January 9, 2001
8:00 PM
$4

Kites (Boston), Defecation, The Rice Ensemble (Leverett), Dear Jesus (membs. of Skimask & Squidlaunch)


January 10, 2001
7:30 PM
$5

The St. Catherines, etc.


January 11, 2001
7:00 PM

Baraka (film screening)


January 12, 2001
7:30 PM
$5

Basque (NYC), Royal City (Canada), Francis Doughty, Mike Myzick (memb. Ghosts of Blake)


January 13, 2001
8:00 PM
$4

Double Vision

New Music Series


January 17, 2001
7:30 PM
$5

The Lapse (NYC), Marconi Beach, Helms (Boston), Andy Wagner


January 18, 2001
7:30 PM
$5

Sarah Dougher (Mr. Lady/K), The Tardy (membs. The Operators, Boston), etc


January 19, 2001
8:00 PM
free

Ladies & Gentlemen, The Fabulous Stains; The Monks Live on German TV; 80's Dance Party Nightmare

Long Lost Punk Rock Movie Night


January 20, 2001
7:30 PM
$5

33.3 (CT, memb. A Minor Forest), Dead Jazz Heroes, The Common Cold (Boston), The Carlos Project


January 22, 2001
8:00 PM

Jerimiah's Grotto (AL, Christian emo pop), etc


January 25, 2001
8:00 PM
$5

Zeena Parkins/Nels Cline/Thurston Moore Trio; Kim Gordon/Ikue Mori/DJ Olive

at Easthampton Town Hall Auditorium


January 26, 2001
7:30 PM
$4

Skarmy of Darkness, Cappucino Jellybeans, The Skeptics, Chinese Fingers

Ska-Punk Night


January 27, 2001
7:30 PM

The Weigh Down (CT), The Small Hours, The Trouble With Sweeney (ex. Barnabys from PHL)


February 1, 2001
7:00 PM
$5

Green Theme Techno Drumming Party


February 2, 2001
7:30 PM
$5

The Skeptics, Cappuccino Jellybeans, West Beverly, Dow Jones and the Industrials


February 3, 2001
7:30 PM
$5

Books Lie (NYC), Killbots Attack!, The Last Forty Seconds, Impulse, Zero Lux Halo (membs. Coleman and Hatchet Face)


February 4, 2001
8:00 PM
$4

This Is What Democracy Looks Like

Benefit Film Screening for Independent Media Center, Wester Mass Revolutionary Drum-Core


February 6, 2001
8:00 PM
$4

Western MA Filmmaker Sanjiban presenting a collection of wacky short films


February 9, 2001
7:30 PM
$5

Moxie Starpark (NYC), Tizzy, Chelsea On Fire (NYC), Kitty Kill (Boston)


February 10, 2001
8:00 PM
$5

David Gross - alto sax, Dan Warner - laptops, Matt Weston - percussion & electronics, Mike Bullock - solo bass, Sone of Earth, Flesh on Bone Trio


February 14, 2001
7:30 PM
$5

Love & Resistence

politically oriented puppet show, in vein of bread & puppet


February 15, 2001
8:00 PM
$4

Canadian Free Music Duo: Mike Genarro - drums & Rob Wannmaker - electronics, RI, Bhob Rainey - soprano sax (Boston)

New Music Series


February 16, 2001
7:30 AM
$5

Delvic, Isis (Hydrahead), Thirteenmiledrive, Harmartia (RI), Erebus


February 17, 2001
1:00 PM
$5

The Postage Era (NJ, Action Driver Recs), Northstar (AL), Fire Engine Red, Brand New (NY)

Saturday Matinee


February 17, 2001
7:00 PM
$5

Violent Reality, Invid, Depart This Life, Scary German Guy, About Face


February 18, 2001
7:30 PM
$4

White Star Line (Toronto), Tiger Saw (NH), Mark Schwaber (memb. Hospital), 27


February 20, 2001
8:00 PM
free

Children at Risk - Ritual Abuse in America & Mind Control - America's Secret War

18+


February 22, 2001
6:30 PM
$3

Down To Zero, Nameless Fear, Last In First Out, Simply Etiquette, Sicarii


February 23, 2001
7:30 PM
$5

Voodo Economics, The Ghost Children, The Never Engine, The Beta Constriction, Jared Adams

farewell and goodnight: a tribute to the smashing pumpkins


February 24, 2001
7:30 PM
$4

Katellus, etc


February 26, 2001
8:00 PM
$5

The Gossip (Olympia, KRS), Pazza Ragazza, Surgeon's Photograph, Jane Speed


February 27, 2001
7:30 PM
$5

Hells-Dostoevsky Septet (guitar-drums duo from Kalamazoo, MI), Dan Plonsey Saophone Sextet (Bay Area)


March 1, 2001
8:00 PM
$5

Gray Code

New Music Series


March 2, 2001
7:30 PM
$5

Cerebus Shoal (Portland, ME), Panoply Acadamey Legionnares, Picastro, Ghosts of Blake


March 3, 2001
7:30 PM
$4

Flying Lessons, Cashingo 7, Secret School, Catfish Blue

Roots Rock Night


March 4, 2001
7:30 PM
$5

James Love Jackson (post-HC from Philly), Cancer Conspriracy (VT), Wolves, Suburban Youth (Italian Punk)


March 6, 2001
7:30 PM
$5

Premonitions of War (OH, ex-Next to Nothing), Every Time I Die (NY)


March 7, 2001
7:30 PM
$5

Mercury Radio Theater, Fire Engine Red


March 8, 2001
7:30 PM
$5

Dingo Roi, Irene Moon, Dew Claw, 28 Degrees Taurus (Boston)


March 9, 2001
7:30 PM
$5

T.I.P., Blind Luck, Smackin' Isaiah, Boxingwater

Hidden Talent Showcase


March 10, 2001
7:30 PM
$5

Darediablo (NYC), Mo Matching Drapes, Princeton Reverb Colonial (NH), Kepler (Troubleman)


March 12, 2001
7:30 PM
$3

Brown Cuts Neighbors (Schenectedy, NY)


March 13, 2001
8:00 PM
$4

V for Vendetta (RI), The Devil Is Electric (IN), Tizzy, Cindy Bow


March 15, 2001
7:30 PM
$5

The Operators (Boston), The Branches

Ladyfest East 2001


March 16, 2001
7:30 PM
$5

Ruins (Japan), Ron Anderson's Pak (ex-Molecules), Son of Earth Flesh on Bone, Bletonesuicide


March 17, 2001
7:00 PM
free

Valley Casuals Singles Group Party


March 18, 2001
2:00 PM
$5

Layton Avenue, The June Spirit, etc


March 18, 2001
7:30 PM
$4

Tore Boe (Norway), Ortho, etc

Experimental Music Send-Off


March 20, 2001
8:00 PM
free

Free Trade and Democracy (Documentary)

Green Video Series Screening


March 22, 2001
7:30 PM
$5

Palace of Oranges (Rubric Records), Medicine Ball, etc


March 23, 2001
8:00 PM
free

The Maggies, Ribboncandy, Claudia Malibu

Flywheel 2nd Anniversary Weekend


March 24, 2001
7:30 PM
$5

Agnes McCraven/Jennifer Greer plus the Grand Re-Opening of our Art Gallery and screenings of local videos

Flywheel 2nd Anniversary Weekend


March 27, 2001
7:30 PM
$5

K (Karla from Ida), etc


March 28, 2001
8:00 PM
$5

Live Girls: A Spoken Word Show (10 Girls from Boston), Antara & Gooselove (hip-hop folk songs)


Words For Snow, Bird Gets The Smile, Fiesel (Central MA), The Migration Trap (Boston)


March 30, 2001
8:00 PM
$5

Kyle Bruckman & Barn Owl

New Music Series


March 31, 2001
7:30 PM
$5

Surfaced/Fall Into Ruin, Superface/A Cold Reality


April 1, 2001
8
$5

Lefty's Deciever (Philly), Miss Fourtune (Boston), Missing Joe (Southern Rock)


April 4, 2001
8:00 PM
$5

Crooked Fingers (feat. Eric Bachmann of Archers of Loaf), Azure Ray (Athens, GA), The Mitchells

Coaxial Music Festival


April 6, 2001
7:30 PM
$5

True Love Always (DC, Teenbeat), Tracy Shedd (Boston, Teenbeat), Seratonin (CT), My Beautiful Ex-Wife

Coaxial Music Festival


April 7, 2001
7:30 PM
$5

New Radiant Storm King, Purple Ivy Shadows (RI), Noah Johns (OR)

Coaxial Music Festival


April 9, 2001
7:30 PM
$4

Jim & Jenny and the Pinetops, Scott Helland (NYC), Jose Ayerve (from Spouse), Phill Wisor


April 10, 2001
7:30 PM
$5

Game Over (DE), Stinkbomb, The 11th Hour, Celebrity


April 12, 2001
7:30 PM
$5

Teddy Duchamp's Army (ex. Anti-Flag), Tristan Da Cunha, Noah's Dove


April 13, 2001
7:30 PM
$3

David Gross - solo sax, plus Mike Bullock - bass, Greg Kelley - trumpet, Matt Weston - percussion, electronics

New Music Series


April 14, 2001
7:30 PM
$5

Dead Legend, Frick, Stinkbomb, Fate, Grand Prix


April 15, 2001
7:00 PM
$5

The Iditarod, Stone Breath, Drekka, In Gowan Ring, Joshua, DJ Madame Bovary

Experimental Folk Festival


April 16, 2001
8:00 PM
$5

North Of America (Canada), The Yes Girls (membs. Swirlies), Wolves


April 17, 2001
8:00 PM
free

Courageous Women of Columbia (Documentary)

Green Video Series Screening


April 18, 2001
8:00 PM
$5

Bow To None, etc


April 19, 2001
8:00 PM
-

Dreadnaught, Tonkin Toys, The Mobius Band


April 20, 2001
6:00 PM
$5

Pointless, The Accidents, Dow Jones & The Industrials, Abdow & The Big Boys, Cappuccino Jellybeans, The Skeptics


April 21, 2001
7:30 PM
$5

Jack Wright - saxophones, Jerome Bryerton - percussion, Carol Genetti - voice

New Music Series


Waterpistol, Endless Mike (CT), Phil


April 26, 2001
8:00 PM
$3

Lo Fine, The Lonesome Brothers, Matt Hebert and Bob Hennessy


April 27, 2001
7:30 PM
$4

The Bible Of The Devil, Christiana, Natural Decent


April 28, 2001
7:00 PM
$5

The Right, Robert Blake, The Last Forty Seconds, Strong Intention (MD), Dissassociate


April 29, 2001
7:30 PM
$3-5

Requiem For An Egg: A Rock Opera by Ben Ross & Helen Harrison


April 30, 2001
8:00 PM
$5

Unwed Sailor (memb. Pedro The Lion), Jai Agnish, Sinkcharmer (Boston)


May 1, 2001
8:00 PM
$5

Surface of Eceon (membs. Yume Bitsu, Star Job Unite), Landing, Sea Monster Belly


Cake? Ok!, Fagin/Turnbull, White Owl Vs War Cat


May 3, 2001
7:30 PM
$4

Dew Claw, Meredith, Jennifer George, Cindy Bow


Jim Dubois and John Bauman: Poetry, Performance Art, and other surprises


May 5, 2001
7:30 PM
$3-5

Requiem For An Egg: A Rock Opera by Ben Ross & Helen Harrison


May 6, 2001
7:30 PM
$5

The Milwaukees (NJ), The Federal Yellow (NYC), Harvard Yard


May 7, 2001
8:30 PM
$5

El Guapo (DC), The Others (DC), Dakin Squid Buttfire


May 8, 2001
7:30 PM
$3

Hex (Middletown CT improv), Cliff White - reeds / Ben Karetnick - drums Duo

New Music Series


May 10, 2001
8:30 PM
$5

Marco Eneidi (SF, alto sax; Jessica Loos - Voice; Spirit - Percussion), The Compressions (Mike Bullock - bass; David Gross - sax; Matt Weston - percussion, electronics)

New Music Series


May 11, 2001
7:30 PM
$5

Sons & Daughters of Lamaze; Marriem, Brooke, Chesterfield (NYC noise); Carmen For Orchestra; Helles-Dostoevsky Septet


May 12, 2001
7:00 PM
$5

Cabraret MC: Barton Funk; Shanks Pony, Gooselove and Antara, Mimi and Devotion, Dr Phibes; Poets between sets: Juan & Friends


May 16, 2001
7:00 PM
$5

Sutek Conspiracy (IN), Light The Fuse And Run (Force Fed Glass), Delvic, Dragnet


May 17, 2001
7:00 PM

Hospital, Kahoots, Satelite Oven, Turpentine Beauty


May 18, 2001
7:30 PM

Burn Guitars, Miniwatt, Mariner (RI), The Common Cold


May 19, 2001
8:00 PM

Arthur Brooks Ensemble V (Arthur Brooks - trumpet; Jeremy Harlos - bass; Justin Perdue - guitar synthesizer; Matt Weston - percussion, electronics)

New Music Series


May 20, 2001
8:00 PM

Blindlestiff Family Circus (NYC)

The Cirkus is in Town (Mature Audiences Suggested)


May 21, 2001
7:30 PM

Jesse Harrison


May 22, 2001
8:00 PM
$3

Corageous Women Of Columbia: Women In The Peace Movement; Plan Columbia: US In The War Movement; Witness For Peace (Kate Harris, to speak on her visit to Columbia)

Green Video Series


May 24, 2001
7:30 PM

Roger Miller's Binary System (experimental jazz project from former Mission of Burmer member)


May 25, 2001
7:30 PM

Two Tone: An experimental collaboration of electronik Disk Jockeys and noise


May 26, 2001
8:00 PM

Immersion Music Salon (Curtis Bahn - sensor bass, Marc Bisson - guitar, Marilda Castro - movement, Teresa Marrin Nakra - violin, Dr. T - video production, Walter Wright - video shredder)

New Music Series


May 27, 2001
1:00 PM

Depart This Life, etc

metal matinee


May 29, 2001
7:30 PM

Perlonex (Berlin, Germany), Lux Mammoth (Perth, Australia)

The X-Noise Tour


May 30, 2001
8:00 PM
$5

East German Underground Experimental Film (with German Director / Curator Claus Loesser present to screen a collection of independent underground films made illegally in communist East Germany)

Flywheel Film Screening


June 1, 2001
7:30 PM
$4

Dingo Roi, The Moths (NYC), Driftwood, Risky Business & The Sunsets (NYC)


June 2, 2001
8:00 PM
free

Nyquist (Seth Cluett, Scott Smallwood, Joel Taylor), Barn Owl

New Music Series


June 3, 2001
1:00 PM

Good Clean Fun (DC), Red Reaction, Affront, Out Of Commission


June 3, 2001
8:00 PM
$3

The Evergreen Trio, 2600 (Jay from Exit Mentality & Dough from Warren Commission), Joe Reinsel


June 4, 2001
7:30 PM

Tracy + The Plastics (Olympia, WA), Japanic, Origami, Cyclub


June 5, 2001
7:30

South Amherst High School Gallery

Flywheel Gallery Opening


June 6, 2001
7:30 PM
$3

Fifth Hour Hero (Canada), Super Agent, The Anchermen, Bunsen


June 7, 2001
8:00 PM
$3

The New Machine


June 8, 2001
8:00 PM
$5

Sunburned Hand Of The Man (Boston), Enus Slaighter, Son Of Earth-Flesh On Bone


June 9, 2001
2:00 PM
$5

Waterpistol, Penfold (NJ), The Postage Era (NJ), The Warren Commission, Phil


June 9, 2001
7:00 PM
$5

Overlook, Dead Legend, The Flames


June 11, 2001
8:00 PM
free

Kindercore Records Listening Party for the new Of Montreal album with free giveaways, plus music by Princeton Reverbs Colonial & Deniro


June 12, 2001
7:00 PM
$3

2 Minute Minor (Pittsburgh), Six Ways For Sunday (CT), Waterpistol


June 13, 2001
8:00 PM
$3

Katellus, A Boy Named Thor (NJ), Black and Blue Magic Markers (CT)


June 15, 2001
7:30 PM
-

Fleshkranc, Irepress, Crowne Vict, Flynet, Social Victim


June 16, 2001
7:30 PM

Brave New Girl (NYC), Lovewhip, The Speakesies (CT), Shanty Sounds (RI), Soul Merchants (CT)


June 17, 2001
7:30 PM
$4

The Capitol Years (Philly), etc


June 18, 2001
7:30 PM

True Love Always (DC, Teenbeat), Utah! (Kalamazoo, MI), Burnside Project, etc


June 20, 2001
7:00 PM

One Step Closer (ATL, GA), The Last Forty Seconds


June 21, 2001
8:00 PM
$5

Speak Your Mind, Enuma Elish, Yuri Zbintoff

New Music Series


June 22, 2001
7:30 PM

The Skeptics, Skarmy Of Darkness, $5 Bucks (NH), The $ellouts (Boston, Fork In Hand Records), Five Across The Eyes/The Fistcuffs


June 23, 2001
7:30 PM
$5

Chubby (Ex Mighty Mighty Bosstones), Linus, Lola (Baltimore), Darkbuster


June 27, 2001
7:30

The Gossip (Olympia, KRS), Faux (ex Statue Factor, Boston), The Elite, Ren & The Boys Department


June 28, 2001
7:30 PM

Drexel (Fork In Hand Records), Blind Luck Music (VMS/Gunboat), Skasquatch


June 29, 2001
7:30 PM
-

Grand Prix, Stinkbomb, Harvard Yard, The Eleventh Hour


June 30, 2001
7:30 PM

Dredd Foole, Double Leopards


July 2, 2001
7:00 PM

Windy and Carl (MI), Landing (CT), Sleepy Carlton plus guests (fr The New Harmful), Perfect Prescription


July 4, 2001
7:00 PM

American Hot Wax, Long Since Forgotten, etc


July 5, 2001
7:00 PM

Noah's Dove, Erebus, The Last 40 Seconds, Delvic


July 6, 2001
7:30 PM

Cordelia's Dad, Tizzy, Ellison (RI), Years Apart


July 7, 2001
6:00 PM

Capitol 7, By The Grace Of, Loco, Demise Of Fury, Route 9 East


July 10, 2001
7:00 PM

Sig Transit Gloria, Gods Relfex, The Warren Commission, Pazza Ragazza


July 11, 2001
8:00 PM

PG Six, Bell Five Horizon Hour, Joshua


July 12, 2001
6:00 PM

Skarmy of Darkness, The Ska Band, FDR Stands For Socialism, Dead Skunx, Harvard Yard, The Sandwich Mafia (CA)

Flywheel Benefit Show


July 13, 2001
8:00 PM

David Gross-reeds and Jason Talbot-turntables Duo, The Free Jazz Destroyers (Ben Karetnick - percussion, Paul Flaherty-alto sax, Cliff White-alto sax), I Sleep In A Racing Car (Chris Cooper-electronics, Andy Crespo-bass, Phloyd Starpoli-trombone, Bruce Todd-percussion)

New Music Series


July 14, 2001
8:00 PM

William Hooker


July 15, 2001
7:00 PM
$4

The Overprivieged, Big Wheels, The Insubordinates, The Survivors


July 16, 2001
8:00 PM

Raphael Toral, Mirror Moore/Corsano Moore Duo, T A R T


July 18, 2001
7:00 PM

Night Sound Seminar (MD), Snoozer (RI), Christopher Rabbit (Athens, GA), Monster Attack, Penpal Nation + films: "This Way," "Oven," and "A Lesson In Feminism" (by Joey Foreman of Athens, GA), Documenatry on Fort Thunder in PVD by Kira and Erin


July 19, 2001
7:30 PM
$4

Juneau, Document, Bird Gets The Smile, Andrew Wagner


July 20, 2001
8:00 PM

Amy Fix (NY), Neil Brick, Rythea Lee

Healing Songs: A Concert of Music


July 21, 2001
7:00 PM
$2

Valley Casuals Singles Group Party

"for progressive/liberal singles"


July 22, 2001
12:00 PM

The Grand Prixx, Dead Legend (CT), The Skeptics, The Simpletones, Right Wing Riot


July 23, 2001
7:00 PM
$5

Rudio, Melee, Red Reaction, Bradford Ave, Mayhem


July 24, 2001
7:00 PM
$5

Never Heard Of It (CA), etc


July 25, 2001
8:00 PM

Plump, Jennifer George, Hurricane Jane


July 26, 2001
7:30 PM

Basque (NYC), Ghosts Of Blake, Spokane, Dave Fishoff


July 28, 2001
8:00 PM
$4

James Love Jackson (PA), Amnesty Underground (CT), Wolves


July 29, 2001
7:30 PM

Juniper (VA), The Migration Trap (Boston), The Common Cold


July 30, 2001
19:30
$4

Cottin KS, Defecation, Kites


August 1, 2001
7:00 PM

Crucial Unit (CA, Ebullition), This Machine Kills (PA), Judah Johnson (MI), The Last Forty Seconds


August 2, 2001
7:00 PM

GimmieShelter with Claudia Malibu; Shank's Pony, etc

Benefit Show for E'ton Community Preservation Act (suggested donation)


August 3, 2001
20:00
$1-5

Seisdedos, Steverino, Marcel, "Mystery of the Singing Alien Skull" screening (by Ben Ross and Dan Millman), plus vintage cereal ads


August 4, 2001
7:30 AM
$3

Pop A Wheelie, Cargo May Shift, B-Side


Project Mobilvre - Bookmobile Project


August 7, 2001
8:00 PM

Client/Server, Speak Your Mind

New Music Series


August 8, 2001
7:00 PM
$5

Cappucino Jellybeans, The Switch (PA), The Weigh Down (CT), Fading Fast (Albany), Abdow and the Big Boys


August 9, 2001
8:00 PM

Driving Blind, Boys Suck, Real Stars Of Tinseltown, Musical Chairs, Project Psycle

Summer's End Youth Conference Benefit Show


August 11, 2001
2:00 PM

Barbara Manning and The Go Luckys, The Wayne and Kate Experience, Tizzy


August 11, 2001
8:00 PM
$4

Karetnick-Fonda-White Trio (drums, bass, sax), Jim Matus (industrial ambient), Odd Appetite (violincello, electronics, percussion)

New Music Series


August 12, 2001
8:00 PM

Nels Cline/Gregg Bendian; Sons Of Earth, Flesh On Bone


August 15, 2001
7:00 PM

From Ashes To Angels, Truth Circle (NYC), Planeswalker


August 16, 2001
7:30 PM
$4

Clokseed (CT), Sparke Blue (ex Concrete), Wellington (PHL)


August 17, 2001
8:00 PM
-

Dan Turnbull


August 18, 2001
8:00 PM

Atom And His Package, Kiss Me Deadly


August 19, 2001
8:00 PM

Reverend Screaming Fingers (improvised and composed music set to slide images and film), Analogue II


August 20, 2001
8:00 PM

No Doctors (Freedom From records), The Stabs (Corsano, Nace, Nolan, and T), Rotch


August 21, 2001
7:00 PM

Treelined Highway


August 22, 2001
20:00
-

Brand New Edition (Experimental Film By Local Artists)

Bright Rectangle Screening Series Presents


Ladyfest Easthampton @ Easthampton Town Hall


August 24, 2001
8:00 PM

Cock ESP, Son Of Barn Owl


August 25, 2001
7:30 PM

River City Rebels, Stinkbomb, The Skeptics, Hidden In Plain View


August 26, 2001
7:30 PM
-

T Hinkis and K Lapidus (LoVid tech used to create, modify, and process live video and sound)


August 27, 2001
7:30 PM

Gaffer (Canada, Antiantenna Records), Kitchens & Bathrooms, Katellus


August 28, 2001
7:00 PM
$4

Tear It Up (NJ), Holding On (MN), Red Reaction, Citizen Uzi Drive By


August 31, 2001
7:30 PM

Tiger Saw, Rosa Chance Well (Boston, ex-Samuel/Wicked Farleys), etc


September 1, 2001
7:30 PM

Astronaut Lost, Us V Them, The New Harmful, FDR Stands For Socialism


September 3, 2001
8:00 PM
$4

The Frentics (Canada), Lonely Robots, Usual Channels


September 7, 2001
8:00 PM

The Jaded Set (PNW), Cargo May Shift (Local Teen Grrrl Punk)


September 8, 2001
8:00 PM

The Faint, Outhud, The Warren Commission

Flywheel Inside Out at Easthampton Town Hall


September 12, 2001
8:00 PM
$5

Ill Wind Ensemble, Velocifer

New Music Series


September 13, 2001
8:00 PM

The Arrivals (Chicago, IL), Harvard Yard, Honkey Dorey


September 15, 2001
2:00 PM

Phi Phenomena (10 5-minute acts from jazz to pop to noise - within the space of an hour), FOOT (T. Moore, J. Dunbar, and D. Fleming, two analog synths & one guitar, utter flatulent deconstruction)


September 15, 2001
8:00 PM

Erto Anime (NYC), From Angels To Ashes


September 15, 2001
8:00 PM
$5

Wesley Willis (Chicago), Shazam (TN), Grand Buffet

Flywheel Inside Out At Easthampton Town Hall Presents


September 16, 2001
8:00 PM

The Sunshine Fix (feat. Bill Doss from Olivia Tremor Control), The Four Corners (Kindercore), Princeton Reverbs Colonial (NH)


September 17, 2001
8:00 PM

Acid Mothers Temple (Japan)


September 18, 2001
8:00 PM

Sub Arachnoid Space (SF)


September 19, 2001
8:00 PM
$1

Potluck Open Screening

Brightrectangle Screening Series Presents


September 20, 2001
8:00 PM

Oxes (Monitor Records), The Wind Up Bird (membs. Jerome's Dream, 33.3), Surgeon's Photograph


September 21, 2001
7:30 PM
$5

Scott Helland (NYC), Hamsteak, Dew Claw, The National


September 22, 2001
8:00 PM
free

A Place Called Chiapas: Eight Months Inside the Zapatista Uprising (a film by Nettie Wild)


September 24, 2001
8:00 PM
-

Suran Song In Stag, Apparatus Engine


September 27, 2001
8:00 PM
-

Lozenge, My Name Is Rar-Rar

Skanky No Wave Fixins


September 28, 2001
8:00 PM

Stone For: Franklin Mint, Shackamaxon, Acoustic Memories of Electric


September 29, 2001
5:00 PM

Abstract Valley Reception

Flywheel and abstract valley present abstract art


September 29, 2001
8:00 PM

Jack Wright (sax; Boulder, CO) vs. Barn Owl; Chris Forsyth/Mike Pride Duo (guitar and percussion, NYC)

New Music Series


September 30, 2001
8:00 PM
$5

Les Sans Culottes


October 1, 2001
8:00 PM
-

Loren Boyer, Howie & Jason, B Murray


October 3, 2001
8:00 PM

Tin Hat Trio, The Mammals, Plump


October 6, 2001
8:00 PM

The Flirts (Holland); Brian Eubanks & JP Jenkins (Portland, OR)

New Music Series


October 7, 2001
8:00 PM
$4

The Tim Heidecker Masterpiece (NYC), Jason Martin


October 8, 2001
8:00 PM

The Quails (CA, ex-Circus Lupus), 2600


October 10, 2001
7:30 PM

The Pernice Brothers, The Kingsbury Manx, Steve Shiffman, John Brodeur & The Suggestions (Albany, NY)


October 11, 2001
8:00 PM

Favez (Switzerland, Doghouse Records), Time Spent Driving (CA), Scott Ritcher (Metroschifter frontman, Doghouse Records)


October 12, 2001
8:00 PM
-

Dr. Phibes, The Clockwork Wizards, Mimi & Devotion, Shank's Pony


October 13, 2001
6:00 PM

The Leap Year Effect, S.O.I.A. (Shirts Off In Advance), Younger Than Yesterday

"plus more and free Zagnuts"


October 15, 2001
8:00 PM

Fridge, Landing, Charlene (Boston)


October 17, 2001
8:00 PM

Reynols, Ifco, Black And Blues Magic Markers


October 18, 2001
8:00 PM

Rock-A-Teens, Cordero, Volta Del Mar (IL), Astronaut Lost


October 19, 2001
6:00 PM

Abdow & The Big Boys, The Accidents, Stinkbomb, The Skeptics


October 20, 2001
4:30 PM
free

Abstract Arts Exposition Reception


October 20, 2001
8:00 PM

Pelt, Dredd Foole, Shackamaxon


October 20, 2001
8:00 PM

Gokh-Bi Systems (Senegal), Tony Vacca, MC Soulfighter

Flywheel Inside Out/Open Square Presents (at open square in holyoke)


October 23, 2001
8:00 PM
$4

Uptown Sinclair (OH), Fantasy Four, Julia Sets


October 24, 2001
8:00 PM
free

Bright Rectangle Screening Series Presents: Action! Moving Images

Bright Rectangle Screening Series


October 26, 2001
8:00 PM
$5

James Love Jackson (PHL), Big Meat Hammer (ME), Wolves


October 27, 2001
7:00 PM

Dead Legend, Palomar Sky Survey (Buffalo, NY), The Warren Commission


October 28, 2001
7:30 PM

Tara Jane O'Neil, K (ex-Ida), Pazza Ragazza, The Court And Spark


October 29, 2001
8

Trio Chroch

New Music Series


November 2, 2001
6:00 PM

5 Cent Deposit (LI), Infamous Jake, Flaming Tsunamis, Dirtbag


November 3, 2001
6:00 PM
$5

The Fisticuffs, THe Skeptics, Jericho, Boxing Water, Blind Luck


November 4, 2001
1:00 PM

The Unseen, THe Accidents


November 5, 2001
7:00 PM

Past Mistakes, The Dedication, The Acacia Strain, The Hype


November 6, 2001
8:00 PM
$3

The Jaded Set, Cargo May Shift


November 7, 2001
8:00 PM
free

Unfettered Imagination: Opening Reception


November 8, 2001
8:00 PM
$5

Blaise Siwula (alto); Vattel C Herry (bass); Ge-Suk Yeo (voice); Todd Capp (drums)

New Music Series


November 9, 2001
8:00 PM

Chris Collingwood (Fountains of Wayne), Syd Straw, Helicopter Helicopter (Boston), Kevin O'Rourke

WTC Charity Benefit


November 10, 2001
7:30 PM

Charlene (Boston), Bradykynin, The Double (NY)


November 11, 2001
8:00 PM

Elephant 6 Invades Flywheel: Circulatory System (OTC/NMH), Heather McIntosh (Athens, GA, E6), Princeton Reverbs Colonial (NH, E6)


November 12, 2001
8:00 PM

Milemarker (Jade Tree), The Elite, FDR Stands For Socialism


November 13, 2001
7:30 PM
$3

Miniwatt, The New Harmful, Surgeons Photograph


November 14, 2001
8:00 PM
$5

Jaap Blonk (Holland), Seth Cluett (Albany, NY)


November 16, 2001
6:00 PM
$5

A5 (NY), The Get Away (NY), Emily's Bat Mitzvah, Infamous Jake


November 17, 2001
8:00 PM

Chris Lee (Smells Like), Gene Moore Unit (Danbury), Dredd Foole/Chris Corsano Duo, Shackamaxon


November 18, 2001
8:00 PM
$5

Swirlies (Boston), THe Lapse, Lockgroove


November 21, 2001
8
free

Bright Rectangle Attacks Pilgrims!

Bright Rectangle Screening Series


November 26, 2001
7:00 PM
$5

Ringworm (Victory Records), The Hoods (CA, Victory Records)


November 28, 2001
7:00 PM
$5

Element 101 (Tooth-and-Nail), Stinkbomb, The Warren Commission (CD Release Party), The Prozacs (Jay Prixx Side Project)


November 29, 2001
8:00 PM
$3

Mud Prophets, Guerillassemblage (North East)


November 30, 2001
8:00 PM
$5

The Walkmen (ex-Jonathan Fire Eater and Recoys), The Patio Kings, etc


December 1, 2001
8:30 PM
free

Money For Nothing: Behind The Business Of Pop Music

Bright Rectangle Screening Series


December 2, 2001
7:30 PM
$5

Poonjab, From Angels To Ashes, Lilac Ambush (Gloucester, MA)


December 7, 2001
7:30 PM
free

Unfettered Imagination New Mixed Media Works by Twyla Reardon: Opening Reception

Art Gallery Opening


December 8, 2001
8:00 PM

World of Tomorrow (NYC), Bop Ants (Boston; Marc Bisson-guitar, Loren Boyer-guitar, Katt Hernandez-violin)

New Music Series


December 11, 2001
8:00 PM
$4

Jerssey Band, Zipperspy, Ragamuffin Sleaze


December 13, 2001
8:00 PM
$3

An Evening With Sanjiban: "One On None" Short + other films

Bright Rectangle Screening Series


December 14, 2001
8:00 PM

Tizzy, Barn Owl, Spectrefolk, Kartenick/White Collective Quartet, plus videos by Helen Harrison & host Steverino

Barn Owl's Holiday Depression Spectacular


December 16, 2001
8:00 PM

The Gerbils (Elephant 6, Scott & Jeremy from NMH), 2600 (Ex-Exit Mentality), Bromp Kay Leen & Friends


December 17, 2001
8:00 PM

The Liars, Minus A Map (Formerly Harvard Yard), Halo Altera


December 20, 2001
8:00 PM
$4

Born With A Tail (VA), Blue Flavored Bliss (Philly), One Over Zero


December 21, 2001
7:30 PM
$3

Cargo May Shift, etc


December 22, 2001
6:00 PM
$5

Blind Luck, The Skeptics, Boxing Water, Bubba's Fat Friend, No Intention


December 26, 2001
7:00 PM
free

Dan Friel & Friends

X-Mas Daze Spectacular


December 30, 2001
5:00 PM
$5

Wafflehouse (MI), Parallax View (Detroit), Red Reaction, Five Across The Eyes, etc


January 4, 2002
8:00 PM
free

Jim Dubois and John Bauman

Poetry & Performance Art


January 5, 2002
6:00 PM

The Rainboy Case (LI, NY), Three Years Older (LI, NY), Montcalm, Just For Today (CT)


January 6, 2002
6:30 PM

Groundzero, Depart This Life, Deadeyesunder, All My Sins, etc

Depart This Life CD Release


January 7, 2002
7:00 PM

Count The Stars (Albany, NY), Jupiter Sunrise (NY), 2600


January 8, 2002
8:00 PM
$4

"A night of musical spooning with, among others, K-Lean and members of Katellus"


January 9, 2002
7:00 PM
$5

Scott Baio Army (Denver), Deadlock Frequency (Denver), The Prowl, etc


January 10, 2002
8:00 PM
$4

Planet Janet (NJ), Amber Brown VIsion (NJ), The Kamikaze Hearts, Fuzbuni


January 12, 2002
1:00 PM
$5

Carpenter Ant (PA), Robot Attack (PA), Tornado Of Knives (PA), Attero


January 12, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Tizzy, Pazza Ragazza, Color Guard, The Operators


January 13, 2002
8:00 PM
$4

Rev 99: "The Chaos Poem"

"live interactive audio and visual improvisations with audience participation"


January 15, 2002
8:00 PM
$3

Longitude, The Mitchells, etc


January 17, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Inspection 12 (FL, Fat Wreck), M-80 (RI), The Grand Prixx, Stinkbomb


January 18, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Scott Smallwood & Stephan Moore (electr-acstics from Albany), Phillip Smartzis (Australia), Emil Beaulieu

New Music Series


January 19, 2002
1:00 PM
donation

Kids Make Art: Puppets

Kids Make Art


January 19, 2002
7:30 PM
$4

Kipper Tin (Boston), Officer May (Boston), The Beatings (Boston)


January 20, 2002
1:00 PM
$3

Air Sea Battle (OH), Wolves, etc


January 20, 2002
8:00 PM
$4

Act One, Bailey's Education, Otolith, Punched By Love


January 24, 2002
7:00 PM
$5

Cock ESP, The SB (NY), Humectant Interruption, Gazelles, Dakin Squad Buttfire


January 25, 2002
7:00 PM
$5

The Warren Commission, Moneen (Canada), Sheryl's Magnetic Aura (NY), etc.


January 26, 2002
12:00 PM
free

Free School: Workshop on upcoming World Economics Forum

Free School


January 26, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Barn Owl's Post-New Years Anxiety Fun Fair (feat. Cyclub, Barn Owl, Black and Blue Magic Markers)

Flywheel Benefit Show


January 30, 2002
6:00 PM
$4

Blind Luck Music (NH), The Skeptics, West Beverly


January 31, 2002
7:00 PM
free

Free School Films Presents: Cradle Will Rock by Tim Robbins

"a Tim Robbins pic about pro-union theatre folk in the red-scary 1930's"


February 1, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Fully Celebrated Orchestra (Boston Improv), The Count Me Outs, Fetus Pizza


February 2, 2002
12:00 PM
free

Free School: worm-bin composting info from the valley anarchist org

Free School


February 2, 2002
7:00 PM
$5

Space Robot Scientists, Yes Sensei, Bookstore (NY)


February 3, 2002
5:00 PM
$5

Deny Everything, Andrew Wagner, Fiesel, Army Of Ponch

preceeded by Good Eatin' Vegan Potluck


February 7, 2002
8:00 PM
free

Temporary Western, Lonely Robots, Nandish


February 8, 2002
6:00 PM
$5

Drexel (Fork In Hand Records), Skarmy Of Darkness, Slackjaw (CT), Infamous Jake & The Pinstripe Mafia, The Flaming Tsunamis (CT), Caught In Cleavage (CT)


February 9, 2002
2:00 PM
free

Zine Workshop For Teens (ages 13-17)

taught by Rich Macklin and Carmen McClish


February 9, 2002
7:30 PM
$5

Rich Mackin (reading/signing), The New Harmful, Swain (BKNY)


February 10, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Suran Song In Stag (NJ), Neptune, Barn Owl


February 15, 2002
8:00 PM
$4

Palomar (NYC), Bears (local improv), Bright


February 16, 2002
1:00 PM

Kids Make Art: Puppets


February 19, 2002
7:00 PM

Sorry About Dresden (Saddle Creek Records), The Reputation (ex-Sarge), 2600, The Hype


February 21, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Brian Coffey's Gatefold Ephemera & Francois Boue's Super 8 Work

Bright Rectangle Screening Series


February 22, 2002
6:00 PM
$5

West Beverly, Blind Luck Music, The Skeptics, Infamous Jake And The Pinstrip Mafia, Folly


February 23, 2002
12:00 PM
free

Free School: Art & Revolution - how can art promote political and social change? sponsored by the valley anarchist organization

Free School


February 23, 2002
5:00 PM
$5

Anodyne, Delvic, Depart This Life, Scary German Guy, Acacia Strain, Light Is The Language


February 26, 2002
7:00 PM
$5

Rescue (MI)


February 27, 2002
7:00 PM
free

Art Gallery Opening: The Preciousity Of Things

Reception For Heather Doane's exhibition of found/natural art objects


February 28, 2002
7:30 PM
free

Free School Films Presents: Malcolm X by Spike Lee

sponsored by valley anarchist organization


March 1, 2002
6:30 PM
$5

Boxing Water, Five Across The Eyes, Blood Suckin' Freaks.com, Luke's A Bastard, The Flaming Tsunamis, Monty's Fan Club


March 2, 2002
7:00 PM
$3

Tart, Braces, Matthew Krefting, Graham Lambkin/Karla Broecki Duo, The Films Of Scott Foust and Tim Shortnell

Anti-Naturals Night


March 3, 2002
5:00 PM
$5

JFK Ultranaughty (Syracuse Video & Music org)


March 5, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Carrituck County, Scott Helland, Joshua, The Woods Bandits


March 7, 2002
8:00 PM

Sharq, Mobius Band, Stephen Katz


March 8, 2002
7:30 PM

The Alienist Outfit (Boston), The Mitchells, Pop A Wheelie


March 9, 2002
12:00 PM
free

Free School: Zine-Making and Bookbinding presented by the valley anarchist org

Free School


March 9, 2002
7:00 PM

Kill Your Idols (NY), The Control (NY), Red Reaction


March 10, 2002
7:30 PM

The Kudzu Wish (NC), Chester (KY), Ampline (OH), Driftwood


March 12, 2002
8:00 PM

Horse Sinister (FL), Steltzer/Talbot/Rawlings (Boston -- tape/record/cello), Kurt and Rob (dx7)


March 13, 2002
8:00 PM
$3

Dan Turnbull, Aaron Rosenblum


March 14, 2002
8:00 PM
$4

Bright Rectangle: new work by local moviemakers // Matt Newman: Departure Is A Word (DV), Aaron Pizali: Fruit & Labor (16mm), Molly Hein: e. 96th St. (DV)

Bright Rectangle Screening Series


March 15, 2002
6:00 PM
$5

Armed With Intelligence, Skarmy Of Darkness, Infamous Jake and the Pinstripe Mafia, No Intention, maybe also 5 Bucks!


March 16, 2002
1:00 PM

Kids Make Art: Masks! (Ages 4-12)

Kids Make Art; donation based


March 16, 2002
7:00 PM
$5

Waterpistol, I Am Disaster, Garth Vader and the Wasting Disease, Amadei John, Six Ways From Sunday

Flywheel Benefit


March 17, 2002
7:00 PM
$4

The Winter Blanket (midwest), Ghosts Of Blake, Blue Of Noon


March 20, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Nmperign (Boston; trumpet/sax/modern), Jason Lescalleet (tape loops), Sterno (wesleyan)

New Music Series


March 21, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

The Realistics, Minus A Map


March 22, 2002
8:00 PM
$4

Dragnet, Close Call (Boston), Steven Blush (book tour for "American Hardcore")


March 23, 2002
8:00 PM
free

The Mysterium: 3rd Anniversary Event


March 24, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

The National Splits, The Princeton Reverbs Colonial (NH), The Secrets


March 27, 2002
7:30 PM
$5

Usaisamonster, Eloe Omoe, Defecation, Panicsville (Chicago), Eugenics Council


March 28, 2002
7:00 PM
free

Free School Flims: Salt Of The Earth

VAO


March 29, 2002
7:00 PM
$5

Vitamin X (The Netherlands), Self Defense (CT), etc.


March 30, 2002
12:00 PM
free

Free School: DIY Bike Maintenance

Free School


March 30, 2002
7:00 PM
$5

Capture The Flag (MI), etc


April 2, 2002
6:30 PM
$5

Blind Luck Music (NH), The Skeptics, Water Pistol, Underhanded


April 3, 2002
7:00 PM
$3

Town and Country (Chicago), Barn Owl, Johnny T & Space Nace (ex-Katellus)


April 6, 2002
7:30 PM
$3

The American Nitro, Anger Management Seminar, The Elite, Douglas Leader (NY)


April 7, 2002
4:00 PM
$5

Fire Down Below (PA), etc


April 9, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Bastian-Blessing, Bell Five Horizon Hour, etc


April 10, 2002
8:00 PM

The Lot Six, Inconstant Motion


April 11, 2002
8:00 PM
$3

Modern Day Urban Barbarians (NYC), Bears


April 12, 2002
6:00 PM
$5

Boxing Water (Gunboat Records), The Skeptics, Infamous Jake & The Pinstripe Mafia, Folly (NJ), The Fisticuffs, Pardon My Zinger (Worcester)


April 13, 2002
12:00 PM
free

Free School: Creatively Transforming Waste

free school


April 14, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

The B-Sides (NC), SnMnMnM (LA), Talmo


April 15, 2002
7:00 PM
$5

The Rocking Horse Winner, etc


April 16, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Kapotte Muziek (Dutch), Diagram: A, etc


April 17, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Maserati (Athens, GA), Surgeon's Photograph, The Common Cold (Boston)


April 18, 2002
8:00 PM
$6

Fugazi, Tizzy, Craig Colorusso

Flywheel Inside Out and the Old Store Collective presents


April 19, 2002
6:00 PM
$5

Choo Choo La Rouge (Boston), The Blonde Squirt (NH), The Mitchels, Pazza Ragzza, Tire (PVD)

The Eclectic Spoonful Day One - Flywheel Benefit (bring a canned food)


April 20, 2002
12:00 PM

Kids Make Art: Kites (ages 4-12)

Kids Make Art; donation


April 20, 2002
4:00 PM
$5

The Drop Deads (LI, NY), The Elite, The Tardy (Boston), Tizzy, Zia (BKNY), Space Robot Scientists, The Roots Of Creation (NH), Cindy Bow

The Eclectic Spoonful Day Two - Flywheel Benefit (bring a canned food)


April 21, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Cerberus Shoal (ME), The Weigh Down (CT), Tekulvi (Chi)


April 23, 2002
8:00 PM
$3

Heller-Mason, Astoria, etc


April 25, 2002
7:00 PM
free

Free School Films: The Wobblies

VAO


April 27, 2002
12:00 PM
free

Free School: Radical Labor History / The Wobblies

VAO


April 27, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Q And Not U (Dischord), Radio 4, Dame Fate (DC)


April 28, 2002
7:00 PM
$3

Natalia Zukerman


April 30, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

PTSMC, The Elite, Ukuphambana, Hawaiian Shirt Mafia


Mud Prophets, The Balls, Mobius Band


Mark Robinson, Mecca Normal, Jonny Cohen, The New Harmful


K (Karla from Ida), The Malarkies, etc


Bright Rectangle: Briar Frye


Black Eyes, The Early Humans


June 1, 2002
7:00 PM
$5

Come Down (NYC), The Takers (Boston), The Jaded Set, The Separation Papers


June 2, 2002
2:00 PM
$5

Scott Helland, Mark Schwaber, Prophecus P and the Adolescents, Dead Mans Holiday, Waterpistol, Consider The Chaos Of The Heartbeat, Melodius Culture, Fuzbuni, The Hype!, B-Side, Chaos Of The Sun, Brand Name TVs Told Us Too

Western Mass Rock N Roll Showcase / "The Best Music Never Scened" Festival/Benefit for Safe Passage in Northampton


June 4, 2002
8:00 PM
free

The Prisoner - Episodes 7 & 8 (Episode 7: The General, Episode 8: The Schizoid Man)

Screening


June 5, 2002
6:00 PM
$5

Time Warp Kitchen, Bubba's Fat Friend, Infamous Jake and the Pinstripe Mafia, Count The Stars (Albany, NY), Johnnie On The Spot, Skip George


June 6, 2002
8:00 PM
$4

Second To Mecca (Springfield), Twin Velcro (GA)


June 7, 2002
6
$5

Big D And The Kids Table (Boston), The Skeptics, 5Bucks! (NH), Underhanded (Hartford, CT), Grand Prixx (Springfield)


June 8, 2002
10:00 AM
free

Free School: Wildcrafting on the Bike Trail

"meet at the end of the bike trail in northampton on damon rd - bike thru hadley looking for edible and useful plants"


June 9, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Lo-Fi Landscapes: Bill Brown & Thomas Comerford (16mm films)

Bright Rectangle Film Series


June 10, 2002
7:30 PM
$5

Royal City, Tigersaw, Skating Club, Emily Sparks


June 11, 2002
6:30 PM
$5

The Warren Commission (Espo Records), Waterpistol (Springfield), The Forecast, The Canterbury Effect


June 12, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Brendan Murray Quartet, Uflosofter, Barnacled

New Music Series


June 13, 2002
8:00 PM
$4

AM Radio, Dredd Foole/Chris Corsano Duo, Joshua


June 14, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Free Jazz Destroyers, The Justin Yang Ensemble (Middletown, CT)

New Music Series


"learn essential home improvement skills and help fix up your favorite arts and performance space"

Renovation Weekend


"learn essential home improvement skills and help fix up your favorite arts and performance space"

Renovation Weekend


June 17, 2002
8:00 PM
free

The Prisoner - Episodes 9 & 10 (Episode 9: Many Happy Returns, Episode 10: It's Your Funeral)

Screening


June 18, 2002
6:00 PM
-

Crucial Unit (Pittsburgh), No Means Yes (RI), Dragnet, Models Inc.


June 21, 2002
8:00 PM
-

Jerome Noetinger/Lionel Marchetti (highbrow French electronic live concrete music)


June 22, 2002
12:00 PM
free

Free School: ABC's Of Anarchism

Free School / Intro to Anarchist history, culture, and ideas


June 23, 2002
2:00 PM
$5

All Day Noise: House Of Low Culture, Love Power Electronics, Agnostronic Blunt, Noise Nomads, Barn Owl, etc.

New Music Series


June 24, 2002
8:00 PM
free

The Prisoner - Episodes 11 & 12 (Episode 11: A Change Of Mind, Episode 12: Hammer Into Anvil)

Screening


June 25, 2002
7:30 PM
$5

Raymond Morin (solo, ex-The Higher Burning Fire), etc


June 26, 2002
7:30
$5

Love Letter Band, Bright Lights, Dave Longstreth, Delphine (RI)


June 27, 2002
7:00 PM
free

Free School Films: After Stonewall

Free School


June 29, 2002
8:00 PM
-

FIRE version 3.0

multimedia performance art by Caleb Hammond


June 30, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Elf Power (Athens, GA; Elephant 6), The Gerbils (Athens, GA; Elephant 6), NOD (Rochester, NY)


July 3, 2002
7:00 PM
$5

After Mathematics (MI), Cyclub, Ground Monkeys, De-reamers, Herds and Words (w/ Rob F. from Superagent)


July 5, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Bromp Treb Soundsystem, Cardboard Guitars, Diagram A, The Red Stars

New Music Series


July 6, 2002
8:00 PM
$3

Tizzy, Super Hi-Five (West Chester, PA), The Cougars (Penn), Cindy Bow


July 7, 2002
8:00 PM
-

Chris Cooper, Bhob Rainey (of Nmperign), Nicole Bindler, Devil Music (Boston), Tublecat Poof Poofy Poof


July 8, 2002
7:00 PM
$5

Light Is The Language (CT), The Acacia Strain, 1000 Fallen Skies, etc.


July 9, 2002
8:00 PM
free

The Prisoner: Episodes 13 & 14 (Episode 13: Do Not Forsake Me, Oh My Darling, Episode 14: Living In Harmony)


July 10, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Neon Hunk, Hair Police (KY?), Mammal (MI), Paradise Camp 23

Freedom From Summer Tour 2002


July 11, 2002
8:00 PM
$4

Momento Mori, X The Owl, End Transmission


July 12, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Superface (south shore, MA), Lost Audio Network, The Others, Vic Thrill


July 13, 2002
12:00 PM
free

Free School: Wildcrafting on the Bike Trail II

"explore the trail in amherst & belchertown. meet at the amherst college bust stop at 10 am"


July 13, 2002
6:30 PM
$5

Kicked In The Head, Infamous Jake & The Pinstripe Mafia, The Flaming Tsunamis (CT), The Danger Strangers, Battling Seizure Robots (VT)


July 14, 2002
8:00 PM
$4

Discs Of Tron (local art rap), etc


July 16, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Family Vineyard Night (IN), Unstable Ensemble, Darin Gray (MO), Rope

New Music Series


July 17, 2002
8:00 PM
$4

Pazza Ragazza, Makeout Session, The Star Death, Kristin Forbes


July 19, 2002
6:30 PM
$5

The Skeptics, 6th Finger, Scattered, Murdock, Proven Authority


July 20, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

The Iditarod (RI), Shannon Kraus, Joshua


July 21, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Form Of Rocket (SLC), JFK Jr Royal Airforce, Troy Lukkarila


July 22, 2002
8:00 PM
$3

Killah Tape (NY), Destroyer (Nolan/Ambrogio/Krefting), etc.


July 23, 2002
7:00 PM
$5

Modern Life Is War (MN), Past Mistakes (TN), etc


July 24, 2002
8:00 PM
free

The Prisoner: Episodes 15 & 16 (Episode 15: The Girl Who Was Death, Episode 16: Once Upon A Time)


July 25, 2002
7:00 PM
free

Free School Films: Follow Me Home by Peter Bratt


July 27, 2002
6:00 PM
$3

Microwave Orphans (LI, NY), Yes Sensei, Douglas Leader (NYC), Bookstore, Waterpistol


July 28, 2002
6:00 PM
$TBA

Malice Reunion Show (ex-Depart This Life/Noah's Dove), etc


July 29, 2002
7
$5

Kiss Me Deadly (MTL, ex-All Chrome), Sally


July 30, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Ernest Diaz-Infante-guitar; Chris Heenan-reeds; Bob Marsh-cello + from Germany: Carl Ludwig Hubsch-tuba

New Music Series


The Prisoner: The Fina Episode (Episode 17: Fall Out) + The Prisoner Companion Documentary


August 1, 2002
7:30
$4

Economist, Formosa, Feisel (Central MA), Busey (ex-Superagent), Andrew Wagner


August 2, 2002
6:00 PM
-

Five Across The Eyes, Desposibles, No Intention


August 3, 2002
11:00 AM
free

Kids Make Music


August 3, 2002
7:30 PM
$5

Wolf Colonel (K Records), The Ceramic Isles (SF), Mark Robinson, The Great Northern (Boston)


August 4, 2002
7:00 PM
$5

Delta Dart (grrrls), Rachel Jacobs (NYC), Cargo May Shift, 2600


August 5, 2002
8:00 PM
$3

Fetus Pizza, Red Stars, Paradise Camp 23, The Matt Krefting 180gm Vinyl Experience

Flywheel Benefit


August 7, 2002
7:30 PM
$5

The Naysayer (NYC), Isabella Parole, Lavender, Paris, The Sophie Drinker (w/ Cynthia from Naysayer)


August 10, 2002
8:00 PM
$4

The Sixfifteens, The Technicalities (OC, NY), Cyclub, Chicken McHead


August 11, 2002
7:30 PM
$4

25 Suaves, Switchblade Romance


August 12, 2002
7:00 PM
$5

Fields Of Fire (CA), Annihilation (CA), Dead Reflection


August 13, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Disband (NC), The Warren Commission, The Hype, The Surgeon's Photograph


August 14, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

No Doctors, etc


August 15, 2002
7:00 PM
$5

Manifesto Jukebox (Finland), Hit To Start (Boston), Sick And Tired (Ex. Black Black)


August 17, 2002
7:00 PM
$5

Ted Leo & The Pharmacists, Radio Vago (LA), Tizzy, The Hype


August 18, 2002
8:00 PM
$4

End On End (LA), In Constant Motion (VT), Red Reaction


August 21, 2002
6:00 PM
$2

Skarmy of Darkness, Infamous Jake & The Pinstripe Mafia, The Danger Strangers, The Ska Band, Skip George

WMA Ska Is War Round 3


August 23, 2002
8
$5

Dredd Foole + The Din (Din = MV+EE+CC+jack rose), PG Six (ex-Tower Recordings), Fursaxa (PHL), Shackamaxon


August 24, 2002
12:00 PM
free

Free School: Sacco & Vanzetti

Free School


August 24, 2002
7:30 PM
$5

John Brodeur And The Suggestions (NY), The Kamikazi Hearts (Albany)


August 25, 2002
2:00 PM
$3

Pine Tree State Mind Control, Agnostronic Blunt, Bull Anus, Tribute To Barn Owl, KKRREEEFTTIINNGG

Industrial Noise Brunch


August 29, 2002
7:00 PM
free

Free School Films: Sacco & Vanzetti

Free School


August 29, 2002
8:00 PM
$6

Flywheel Inside Out: Le Tigre, Mary Timony, etc

Flywheel Inside/Out at Easthampton Town Hall (43 Main St)


September 1, 2002
5:00 PM
free

Violin Recital (local violin students)


September 3, 2002
7:00 PM
-

David Dondero, Hands


September 4, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Jack Wright (saxophone) w/ Tom Djill (trumpet) & Eric Rosenthal (percussion), Gust Burns/Gregory Reynolds (piano/alto sax), Matthew Degennaro (wooden guitar, voice, and tape)

New Music Series


September 5, 2002
7:30 PM
$5

The Higher Burning Fire, Raymond Morin (THBF bassist), The Gunshy


September 7, 2002
11:00 AM
free

Kids Make Music


September 8, 2002
7:30 PM
$4

Shut In (Canada), The Mobius Band, etc


September 11, 2002
6:30 PM
$5

I Am Disaster, No Intention, Jared Grabb & Scouts Honor (IL), Dow Jones & The Industrials, Rob Kapitzki f/ The Skeptics


September 12, 2002
8:00 PM
free

Movie: Fantasitc Planet

Screening


Free School: War Tax Resisters League

Free School


September 14, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Neptune (Boston), Parts and Labor (NYC), MFM (members of the SB)


September 17, 2002
8:00 PM
$4

V For Vendetta (RI), Pazza Ragazza, Barn Owl


September 19, 2002
7:30 PM
$3

Cargo May Shift, Pictures Of Animals, etc


September 20, 2002
7:30 PM
$5

Legends Of Rodeo, Weatherking, Alotia (North Shore, MA)


September 21, 2002
7:00 PM
-

Bumble Day Xanadu DeLuca (My Own Brain), Marla Di Carlo, Rosie Streetpixie, Rich Mackin, Open Mic

Spoken Word + Open Mic


September 22, 2002
7:00 PM
$4

Question Cloud, The New Harmful (quiet set), etc


September 23, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Sudden Infant, Nuntronix, Emil Beaulieu, Howie Stelzer & Jason Talbot


September 24, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Strombolli's Island Of Donkeys And Dolls (SF, CA Cabaret)


September 25, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Vibrant Green (Chapel Hill, NC), Sprites (DC), Vintage Dreams


September 26, 2002
7:00 PM
free

Free School Films: Men With Guns by John Sayles

Free School, presented by VAO


September 27, 2002
-
-

Parlour (Louisville, KY), The Naysayer, Tarpigh, Landing (CT), Barn Owl, The Iditarod, Iso, Afikomen

Music and Film Fest: all day fest of films & music


September 28, 2002
-
-

Light Is The Language (CT), The Acacia Strain, All My Sins

Metalcore Fest


September 29, 2002
7:30 PM
$5

Fetal Orchestra, The Red And The Black, etc


October 3, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

The Four Bags, Kakalla, Michael Daves Trio


October 4, 2002
8:00 PM
$4

Onanism, Dan Greenwood & Jeremy Starpoli Duo, Jessica Pavone


October 5, 2002
11:00 AM
free

Kids Make Music

Kids Make Music


October 5, 2002
6:00 PM
$5

The Skeptics, Infamous Jake & The Pinstripe Mafia, Likely Story, The Super Specs, Kicked In The Head (Boston)

Punk/Ska Show


October 6, 2002
4:00 PM
$5

The New Hollywood (ex. Noah's Dove), A Certain Something (CT), Left Out, etc

Hardcore/Punk Matinee


October 6, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Coco (K Recs), Woke Up Falling (Portland, OR), Petulant Child


October 8, 2002
7:00 PM
free

New Volunteer Open House

New Volunteer Open House


October 9, 2002
7:30 PM
$5

Subarachnoid Space (SF, CA), Paik (MI), Landing (CT), Paradise Camp 23


October 10, 2002
8:00 PM
$4

Diagram A, Noise Nomads, Angst Hase Pfeffer Nase


October 11, 2002
7:00 PM
$5

Xiu Xiu, Old Time Relijun (Oly, K Recs), 2600, etc


October 12, 2002
2-Dec
free

Free School: Rethinking Columbus

Free School


October 13, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

The Prince Myskins (San Diego), Steverino, Carrick


October 14, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Bardo Pond (Matador), Kinski (Seattle), Fursaxa (Philly)


October 17, 2002
8:00 PM
$3

Mud Prophets, The Reganauts, Ben George Seven, Neale

Fall Flywheel Benefit Bash


October 18, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Worm Quartet (Rochester, NY), The Flashing Astonishers (Syracuse), Coffee Inc. (Sturbridge), Sick and Tired


October 19, 2002
12-2 PM
free

Learn To Knit


October 19, 2002
7:00 PM
$5

Rachel Jacobs (NY), Puma (ex. Palomar Sky Survey), Scattered, etc


October 20, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Null Unit


October 21, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Corpse Of Christ


October 22, 2002
7:00 PM
$5

Captured By Robots


October 23, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Bright Rectangle: The Lucky Bum Film Tour, Bill Daniel ("The Girl on the Train") & Venessa Renwick ("GO BABY GO")

Bright Rectangle Screening Series


October 24, 2002
7:00 PM
free

Free School Films: They Live!

Free School, VAO


October 25, 2002
7:00 PM
$2

Spiderweb Dance Party (Feat. DJ Doc, DJ Sly, etc)


October 26, 2002
12-2 PM
free

Free School: The ABCs of Anarchy

Free School


October 26, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Flood, Stimuli, The Acacia Strain, Mourn Makes Movement (CT)


October 27, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Hockey Night, The Lovers (Athens, GA), The Good Ship (Athens, GA)


October 28, 2002
8:00 PM
$4

Ground Monkeys, Monster Attacks Big Noise Machine, The Roots Of Orchis, Oma Yang


October 29, 2002
7:30 PM
$5

Ember Swift (Toronto), Pamela Means (Boston), Jolie Rickman, The Colorado Sisters

Benefit For Hen Foundation


October 31, 2002
7:00 PM
$5

Halloween Haunted House

Halloween Haunted House


November 1, 2002
7:00 PM
$1

Second To None, Steven, Abandond


November 2, 2002
11:00 AM
free

Kids Make Music

Kids Make Music


November 3, 2002
7:00 PM
$5

Bluebird (LA), The Burning Paris (Boston), Shattered Disposition


November 6, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Her Flyaway Manner (NB), The Lot Six (Boston), Hands (ex-Warren Commission)


November 8, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Nautical Almanac, Fat Worm Of Error, Chainworks

New Music Series


November 9, 2002
12-2 PM
free

Free School: Zine Making & Book-Binding

Free School


November 9, 2002
2-11 PM
$5

Vis Helland (ex-outpatients), Mark Schwaber, B-Side, The Sharks!, Chaos Of The Sun, Brand Name TV's Told Me Too, Consider The Source, Violent Reality, Letters Sent Home, Levi Adams, Isadora Changes

EXIsTmusic & Flywheel: The Best Music Never Scened -- All Day Benefit Showcase for Kalila Humanatarian Aid Organization


November 10, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Nod (Rochester, NY), Miranda Sound (Columbus, OH), Airlift


November 12, 2002
8:00 PM
free

New Volunteer Open House

New Volunteer Open House


November 13, 2002
8 PM
$5

TIM OLIVE & JEFFREY ALLPORT
(percussion and guitar improv from Canada & Japan "...a mouse playing the thimbles with a pair of darning needles" - Sound Projector UK)

DIAGRAM: A

AARON ROSENBLUM

noise, fingerpicking, and improvisation, proving that quiet is the new loud, and loud is not quite


November 13, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

Tim Olive & Jeffrey Allport (percussion & guitar improv from Canada & Japan)


November 14, 2002
8:00 PM
$5

TUB RING
(Tub Ring's latest album was produced by Trey Spruance of Mr. Bungle. Stylistically similar, there are lots of genre changes within a single song... but in Tub Ring's case probably a bit more punk rock around the edges. VERY high energy, GREAT LIVE SHOW)

LORD HUGGINGTON
(comedy-rock from the campus of Williston Academy)

CONFUSATRON

DAVID SINGER AND THE SWEET SCIENCE


November 15, 2002
6:00PM
$5

THE SKEPTICS
(local ska/punk favorites)

THE SPITVALVES
(FL ska-rock)

INFAMOUS JAKE & THE PINSTRIPE MAFIA
(WMA ska terror)

KICKED IN THE HEAD
(boston-based rock)

FOLLY
(NJ ska-hardcore)

SKARMY OF DARKNESS
(WMA skacore)


November 16, 2002
6:30PM
$3

THE MITCHELLS
(hometown indie rock superheroes)

THE OPERATORS
(cat scratch vocals, dueling guitars)

CHOO CHOO LA ROUGE
(short songs for titanic feelings)

SINKCHARMER
(sweet ramshackle electropop)


November 20, 2002
6:00 PM

Cafe/Maintenance Committee Meeting


November 21, 2002
8:00 PM
$TBA

ART GALLERY CLOSING for CAILIN GIBBINS SHOW with music by GHOSTS OF BLAKE (local ambient acoustic duo), DAMIEN PRATT (NYC acoustic rockin' trickster), MATT HEBERT (solo show by WARE RIVER CLUB's frontman)


November 22, 2002
7:00PM
$3.00

CORPSE OF CHRIST
(Death Metal CD release party)

ANDREW O'MALLEY
(Solo contemporary acoustic music)

MOURN MAKES MOVEMENT


November 23, 2002
12-2 PM
FREE

FREE SCHOOL: LIBERATING EDUCATION

Free Learning from Cradle to Grave--a participatory workshop. Presented by the Valley Anarchist Organization.


November 23, 2002
7:30PM
$5

BADGER KING
(sort of conceptual electro art-pop with a computer, lots of dancing and tight beats and weird movements and props. FUN!)

BEARS
(cutting edge experimental rock from Amherst)

THE WOBBLIES
(heavy punk from NYC. Other luminaries they've played with include the Unsane.)


November 24, 2002
7:00PM
$5.00

FALL INTO RUIN
(Local band from Granby, MA)

FAR CRY FLY
(2 member Energetic Acoustic Rock group from Meriden, CT)

SHACKLE
(Stompcore rock band from Greenfield, MA)

SOMATIC
(3-piece Hard Rock band from Boston, MA)


November 24, 2002
11:00AM - 6:00PM
none

RECORDING SESSION WITH MURDER IN THE FIRST


November 25, 2002
8:00PM
$5

GREG KELLEY/MIKE BULLOCK
(trumpet/bass improv from Boston)

PARADISE CAMP 23
experience the amazing world of psychedelic noise!

BARN OWL


November 26, 2002
6:30 PM

Gen Body Meeting


November 26, 2002
7:00pm
$5

THE EPOXIES
("The EpoXies from Portland Oregon are a girl-fronted spastoblastic new wave band that sounds like Adam and the Ants meets Brainiac..." LA Weekly)

THE WARREN COMMISSION

SALLIE

THE SECRET CHANNEL
ex-Statue Factor


November 27, 2002
8:00
$5

LYNN BREEDLOVE
(from Tribe 8, promoting new book GODSPEED)

SINI ANDERSON
(fromSister Spit/spoken word)

CAPITOL B
(fromBitch and Animal/apoken word)

TRIBE SPIT BITCH Tour A multi-media spoken word blowout www.sisterspit.com www.bitchandanimal.com


November 28, 2002
7:30PM
FREE

FREE SCHOOL FILMS: INCIDENT AT OGLALA: THE LEONARD PELTIER STORY

(a documentary about the famous Native American political prisoner.) Presented by the Valley Anarchist Organization


November 29, 2002
8:00PM
$4

MARISSA NADLER
(intricate low-key astral guitar explorations. the melodies are subtle and she plays in all open tunings, resulting in a droning guitar sound that is mostly comprised of intricate fingerpicking melodies. from Providence, RI )

PETER FAMIGLIETTI
(folk/pop from CT)

2600
(great songwriting and inventive acoustic guitar work, makes 2600 one of the best local bands you've never seen. they will be selling a 3 song sampler of their upcoming full length album recorded with Mr. Thom Monahan of Pernice Brothers fame)


November 30, 2002
7:00PM
$5

BREAD WINNER
(hot dudes playing rock and/or roll music)

WATERPISTOL

BRILLIANT ZERO

POMPEII

I AM DISASTER

!! FLYWHEEL BENEFIT SHOW !!


December 5, 2002
7:30
$4

MODERN DAY URBAN BARBARIANS
(experimental drum and bass duo from NYC. take a little slice of Suicide and a dash of The Fall and you got M.D.U.B. "odd men...strange sounds")

THE CANKICKERS
(get out your stomping shoes! this is old-tymey punk rock from CT. banjo, violin, mouth organ, washboard and drums. If Ralph Stanley grew up on punk rock, it might have sounded a bit like this. It had to happen sooner or later!)

MORE BANDS TBA


December 6, 2002
7:30pm
$5

MATES OF STATE
(the husband and wife keyboard|drums duo who make melodius pop rock that will pull you in exciting new directions)

THE CAPITOL YEARS
(balls out, tight, 60s inspired rock, of the arena variety. from Philadelphia, PA)

THE CLOSE
(driving melodious indie rock from athens GA)

THE FUCKING SPARKLIES
(the digital downbeat from Northampton)

In Association with JP Diddy Productions


December 7, 2002
7pm
$5

DEAD REFLECTION

MAL PRACTICE
Western Mass Hardcore

MINIMAL EFFORT
Western Mass Pop Punk

NOTHINGSTAR


December 8, 2002
5:30pm

General Body Meeting


December 10, 2002
7:30
$5

HAR MAR SUPERSTAR
(as featured in SPIN, ROLLING STONE and JANE magazine, the synth-driven sexified electro-R&B from the all new overweight lover from MN who went with Kelly Osbourne to the MTV Music Awards!? catch him before he gets even bigger. formerly on Kill Rock Stars)

THE GOSSIP
(down home dirty punk R&B from Olympia, WA on the Kill Rock Stars label. their mission is to make you dance & if you're not gonna dance, just stay at home.)

CARGO MAY SHIFT
(the raw rock in it's essential form)


December 10, 2002
6:00
n/a

NEW MEMBER OPEN HOUSE 6PM-7PM

(A one-hour introduction to Flywheel for anyone interested in volunteering, joining the collective, or booking their own events. Info: volunteer@flywheelarts.org.)


December 11, 2002
8PM
$5

*Bright Rectangle Screening Series* presents OUR 15 MONTH ANNIVERSARY HOMECOMING SHOW (screening of an array of experimental and home-made work by a variety of film and video makers. In honor of our 15 month anniverary!)


December 13, 2002
7:30
FREE

J-Man's FUNKY SOUL TRAIN FILM FEST (vintage cuts from the dance show to end all dance shows, Soul Train circa 1972 and 1974. Live performances, (not lip synched!), from, Sly and the Family Stone, Al Green, and James Brown! This IS the funky Shit!)


December 14, 2002
8:00
$5

BARN OWL'S SECOND ANNUAL HOLIDAY DEPRESSION SPECTACULAR!
featuring...

CHRIS CORSANO/PAUL FLAHERTY DUO
Drums/saxophones. Free jazz duo of the millenium. Any millenium.

BARN OWL
Post-hyphenated. With videos by Helen Harrison.

PETULANT CHILD
3-piece rock from Holyoke that doesn't slow down.

plus lights, videos, surprises, etc. All to benefit FLYWHEEL!


December 14, 2002
Noon to 2PM
FREE

FREE SCHOOL: REPORT FROM PALESTINE

A local activist shares his recent experience in occupied Palestine. Brought to you by the Valley Anarchist Organization.

Hold the space until 3PM, please.


December 16, 2002
7:30pm
$5

FIESEL
(the heavy rock from Worcester has arrived)

SOMETHING ABOUT SLUTS AND VAMPIRES

THE SEPARATION PAPERS
(local acoustic music with a punk attitude)

MINUS A MAP
(stoner rock from the mean streets of Chicopee)


December 20, 2002
6:00-10:00
$3.00

STN
Pop, punk

THE SKATAMATICS
WMA Ska, Punk

LEFT BEHIND
Punk Rock

STEVEN AOKI
Acoustic

AFTER SCHOOL SNAXS
Kickin' Punk!

WMA punk rock fun!


December 21, 2002
6:00
$5

SKARMY OF DARKNESS

DEAD TO RIGHTS

SHOOT TO KILL

STRICKEN

THE PROWL

THE SICK AND TIRED


December 24, 2002
6:30PM

THERE IS NO GENERAL BODY MEETING TONIGHT.


December 26, 2002
7pm
4$

SQUIDLAUNCH
This show will feature Squidlaunch in some shape or form, Noise Nomads from Ri, Seth Misterka from NYC, Gilded from noho, Diagream A from W.mass and Bell Tone Suicide from W.Mass and other special guests!

NOISE NOMADS

BELL TONE SUICIDE

SETH MISTERKA

GILDED

DIAGRAM A?


December 27, 2002
6pm
$5

WEST BEVERLY
Amazing pop punk from CT!

NO INTENTION
Punk/ska gods from western mass

BLIND LUCK MUSIC
Melodic metal punk

MONTY
Reel Big Fish stlye ska


December 28, 2002
7pm
$5

THE DISPOSABLES
wmass pop punk

MAL PRACTICE
fast punk from Longmeadow,ma

THE HYPE
Garage punk in the vein of the hives from wmass.


January 1, 2003
7pm
$5

THE WARREN COMMISSION

RACHEL JACOBS
Hailing from Long Island, NY, Rachel writes intense, catchy, well crafted acoustic songs.

THE NEW HOLLYWOOD
ex:Noahs Dove

BOXINGWATER


January 2, 2003
5pm
5$

TREEPHORT
(insane ska-punk on tour from georgia)

INFAMOUS JAKE & THE PINSTRIPE MAFIA
(wma ska-punk-hardcore)

THE FLAMING TSUNAMIS
(CT hardcore-ska legends make their return to the flywheel!)

ARROGANT SONS OF BITCHES
(crazy punk/ska from NY)

THE INNER CITY NINJAS
(WMA ska with screams)

Come witness the return of TREEPHORT, crazy costumed ska-punk from GA. Think if the Barnum & Bailey Circus had insturments, but didn't have tigers. Stuff of legend. Also the return of INFAMOUS JAKE after a short hiatus, and the first show back for ska-hardcore legends THE FLAMING TSUNAMIS, featuring Dan & Matt from Infamous Jake. This show will end at 10pm at the latest, so come and rock out despite it being a Thursday night.


January 3, 2003
5:30pm
$5

DIZZY INTELLECT
(mellow grooves, high top shoes)

SKARMY OF DARKNESS
(hardrock with horns and sideburns)

THE JOHNNY 5
(ex members of theskaband, skarmy of darkness and namelessfear)

THE AMBER FASION
(sounds like Saves The Day & Dokken?!)

MENC Benefit (a benefit for the Future Music Educators)


SHOW TONIGHT CANCELLED


January 4, 2003
11:00AM - 1:00PM
FREE

KIDS MAKE MUSIC

An open mic jam session for young people.


January 7, 2003
7:00-8:00pm
FREE

NEW MEMBER OPEN HOUSE

(A one-hour introduction to Flywheel for anyone interested in volunteering, joining the collective, or booking their own events. Info: volunteer@flywheelarts.org.)


January 10, 2003
8:00 PM
$5.00

( THE SHOW IS STILL ON!! )

THE MUD PROPHETS

FALL INTO RUIN

RISE


January 11, 2003
7:30
$5

THE SAWTELLS
(husband/wife/friend trio from CT. believing they are a folk act, while convincing punk promoters the Sawtelles are super-power pop! Where the truth lies is anyone's guess.

PLUMP
(beautiful pop piano ballads from western mass)

KROSSROADS
(from central MA. Krossroads draws from classical, funk, jazz, alternative, folk, rock and world style music. The majority is played on acoustic guitars)

THE RIVER BIRDS
("low country" in the Kristin Hersh-y/Patti Smith-y/William S. Burroughs-y/James Joyce-y school from CT)

KEN CORMIER


January 11, 2003
11am-1pm
FREE

KIDS MAKE MUSIC - RESCHEDULED FROM 1/4


January 11, 2003
7:30

Art Gallery Opening
"Improvised While Hypnotized"
photo works by Elizabeth Bristow
photos on view through Jan. 25, 2003


January 12, 2003
5:30pm

General Body Meeting


January 12, 2003
8:00pm
$5

¡THE OLD STORE COLLECTIVE-LY MAKES A TRIP TO FLYWHEEL¡

UP UP DOWN DOWN LEFT RIGHT LEFT RIGHT BA START
(indie rock from Philly)

LA MI VIDA VIOLENTA
(7(!) piece funk rock with generous amounts of distortion thrown in. snazzy outfits too)

THOUSANDAIRE
(kansas city, MI)

THREE FIFTEEN


January 13, 2003
8 pm
$5

BARN OWL
trunk-ripened fun

JAPANESE KARAOKE AFTERLIFE EXPERIMENT
noisy drum'n'electronic duo

KNIFESTORM
One-man plastic machine music

Barn Owl celebrates the release of "My Very First Barn Owl EP", plus two touring Providence bands


January 14, 2003
7:30
$5

SPOT
(solo performer, best known for his work producing many of bands on the SST record label. He usually switches between guitar and banjo doing a bizarre mix of celtic/bop/rock stuff with his beat influenced lyrics. the next spot cd out in feb has originals and covers of kinks, davie allan and the arrows.)

GRANDPA
(four piece that play long psychedelic pieces that start from crazy horse and go off into krautrock territory. they last played at tonic w/ chris corsano, matt valentine and strapping field hands.)

THE STOP AND LISTEN BOYS
(three piece acoustic blues band ala memphis jug band if led by son house. they have a live on air show archived at wfmu.org under meredith ochs' 'trash twang & thunder' show.)

GOLEM GLOBUS
(wave after wave of psychedelic noise will wash you away. from Northampton)

DJ BRYAN G
(Spinning tunes before and between sets)


January 15, 2003
8:00pm
$4

NIKKI SHAPIRO AND THE YOUNG ADULTS
(piano rock ballads w/drum loops from Raleigh, NC)

GURLISH FIGURE
(Richmond, VA)


January 17, 2003
6
5

SCATTERED
western mass pop-punk

NO INTENTION
Western mass punk/ska gods

SLEEPING WITH YOUR SISTER
power pop punk from CT

PROVEN AUTHORITY

BLIND LUCK MUSIC

This show will rock locally.


January 18, 2003
8:00pm
$3

LIFE PARTNERS
electronics, yelling...sound familiar?

HORSE SINISTER
what did you expect?

HYA KCHA
from Providence; electronic math rock

FAT WORM OF ERROR
like you care


January 19, 2003
8 pm
$5

CORSANO / FLAHERTY DUO
The beloved purveyors of the hated music.

HEATHEN SHAME
Betrayers of rock and jazz unite: Twisted Village stars Wayne and Kate fuzz-OD with nmperign's Greg Kelley.

ELOE OMOE
Bass and drums bellowing from the bottom of a bottomless pit. Impossibility made manifest.

Heavenly heavy bliss.


January 23, 2003
8:00
$5

NEBULAI W/ THE ODD MAN-OUT
(Nebulai is a vocalist, writer, composer, percussionist, and virtuoso didgeridoo player. His lifetime vision of music became abundantly clear while living in Hawaii during the year of 1996-1997, where he stumbled on his incredibly unique voice and his driving passion for spiritually focused music. Nebulai's path has led him all over the world performing and recording with countless amounts of musicians while never straying from his conscious,spiritual and funky ways of expression through music.)

ARJUNA GREIST
(folk with a punk sensibility from W. Mass)

RYAN MONTBLEAU
(acoustic funky singer-songwriter, formerly of the Boston based band Palabra)


January 24, 2003
7pm
$5

CARGO MAYSHIFT

HEATHER BLOOMFIELD

THE HYPE


January 25, 2003
8 pm
$5

MARK DWINELL
(Solo set from the guitarist from Bright)

MEPEOP
(Aaron fron Landing solo project)

ASTRAL BLESSING
(Belchertown and Northampton hippies-wear you pointy Elf hat)

Since Bright has gone on hiatus, Mark's finished up recording his first solo record, Nonloc and had the honor of opening the entire Terrastock 5 festival in Boston this year. While hes not throttling his axe(quietly)in Landing, Arron has been doing analog ditties under the moniker of Mepeop. Astral Blessing is members of Golem Globus/Whirl and Magnet Ensemble "folking" you...


January 28, 2003
6:30pm

General Body Meeting


January 29, 2003
8:00pm
$5

JET BY DAY
(Athens, GA thunderstorm on Kindercore Records)

IVY
(three-piece, male and femaled fronted indie rock band from Johnstown, PA)


January 31, 2003
7:30pm
$4

FANCY TRASH
(a strange cross-breed of folk, rock, a tiny bit of punk, country. Some people are calling it folk thrash, some are calling it coachclass americana. It's acoustic but edgy and aggressive at times. from Northampton)

THE CAN KICKERS
(get out your stomping shoes! this is old-tymey punk rock from New London, CT. banjo, violin, mouth organ, washboard and drums. If Ralph Stanley grew up on punk rock, it might have sounded a bit like this. authors of the first straight-edge hillbilly song. that we know of)

BENGEORGE 7
(are there 2 people named Ben and George in this band? Maybe. Are there 7 people in the band? No. What do they sound like? Chaos.)


February 1, 2003
11:00AM-1:00PM
Free

KIDS MAKE MUSIC

An open mic jam session for young people.


February 1, 2003
7pm
$5

KILL YOUR IDOLS
Long Island's best hardcore band return the flywheel!

POLICE BEAT
fast hardcore/punk from New Bedford,MA.

THREE FIFTEEN

SHOOT TO KILL


February 2, 2003
7:00 PM
$5.00

ACOUSTIC NIGHT - ALL ACOUSTIC MUSIC (FLYER)

FAR CRY FLY
Far Cry Fly is an energetic duo acoustic rock band from Hartford, Connecticut. Drawing from influences such as Guster, 10,000 Maniacs, and the Nields, Far Cry Fly presents energetic performances of acoustic-based music.

BETTYS BOYFRIEND
15 yr old mellow-dramatic acoustic soloist singer/songwriter from Northampton.

JOSH SHEAR
Josh's playing style has been compared to those of Paul Simon, Willie Nile, Edwin McCain and Shawn Mullins, and he counts among his writing influences Bill Morrissey, Mississippi John Hurt and Tom Waits.

THE RIVER BIRDS
"The River Birds were an in-your-face folk unit. The River Birds play somber acoustic songs that are peppered with some feedback-drenched solos from Hatestick. I'm really amazed at the sounds Hatestick can coax from his guitar. He sounds like a latter-day Neil Young who decided to mix his folk side with his noisier rock side." (Thomas Pizzola, The Hartford Advocate 1/2/03)

SOUR GRAPES
An eclectic, high-energy, original trio band that incorporates acoustic guitar and vocal harmonies with congas and tap shoes for a percussive twist. The result, described as Tribal Folk, is a full sound and a lively performance with strong lyric and rhythmic foundations.


February 4, 2003
10 AM - 4 PM

DEVOTION
Acoustic overdub recording (Closed Session)


February 5, 2003
8:00PM
$4

*CHORDS OF RESISTANCE*

DAVID ROVICS W/ALLIE ROSENBLATT (HARMONY VOCALS)
A rabble-rousing folksinger who's become something of a fixture in the North American protest scene, David Rovics combines accomplished bluegrass-style flat-picking with incisive lyrics about US foreign policy, labor, globalization, the environment, and other topics related to taking on the status quo and changing the world. (All lyrics are on his website.) He has shared the stage with Pete Seeger, Michael Moore, Billy Bragg, Howard Zinn, and more. Says Amy Goodman, "David Rovics is the musical version of Democracy Now!" In the words of folk icon Pete Seeger: "Listen to David Rovics..."

PETER SIEGEL W/ELLEN CLEGG (PERCUSSION)
Political singer/songwriter/musician who's a popular Valley performer--appearing at Flywheel for the first time! Some may call it folk, but Peter's insightful and witty songs may or may not include any of the following: hip-hop, swing, funk, talking blues, country songs with lots of yodeling, etc. His tapping feet keep a groovin' beat, as does Valley percussionist Ellen Clegg (www.foundsounds.com). "Peter Siegel has a lyrical gift that makes me giggle uncontrollably. He's one of the best songwriters of my generation and has a gift for showing you just enough tragedy to get out of your seat and on the road to a better way of life." -Tao Rodriguez-Seeger of The Mammals

A benefit for local Witness for Peace/Global Exchange delegation to Colombia.


February 5, 2003
10 AM - 4 PM

DEVOTION
Acoustic overdub recording (closed session)


February 7, 2003
CANCELLED BECAUSE OF
SNOW

OTIS
A 4-piece melodic rock band from Williamstown, MA, creating a unique sound through a wide variety of influences, ranging from Jeff Buckley to King's X.

ENDCOUNT
A 4-piece power groove band from Sunderland, MA. The music is hard and heavy with some very catchy rhythms and straight forward lyrics. Songs are mostly about being proud of who you are and leaving behind those who don't believe in you.

CORPSE OF CHRIST
A death metal band from Chicopee, MA.

POCKETFUL OF SEXCHANGE
Pocketful of Sexchange-Captain Beefheart meets Dylan Thomas. Unwavering improv rock outfit described by Frank Black as "kind of angry. kind of smart."(Boston Globe interview).

TO BE RESCHEDULED


February 8, 2003
6:30 PM
$5.00

THE BATTLECATS
Three sharply dressed young people playing their own primitive and catchy garage-rock music.

BOURGEOIS HEROES
They mine traditional American music and infuse it with indie mentality and do it well. They're "60's british invasion with a little bit of r n' b".

BREAD WINNER
They play music that is melodic,with bold changes from quiet to loud, mix of singing and screaming, fairly emotional,quite energetic and somewhat powerful. Most people would just call it Indie/Emo/Rock.

SOMETHING LIKE ME
- Punk band from Western Mass.

STN
WMA Pop, Punk


February 8, 2003
10 AM - 5 PM

BREAD WINNER
Closed Recording Session.


February 9, 2003
7:30pm
$5

"FORREST FURNACE AND THE OVARIAN MIST"
Revolving National Cabaret Show With Special Guests Communing with roads, rotating onto stages nationwide, Guy and Devendra bring their youth and transience to bear in this unique double/ equal billing. A rotating orb of scarves and stars, dropping through the ozone of Skip James/ Vashti Bunyan/ Marc Bolan to arrive and cheer the roots through and through! Special Guests in each city will vary and delight all comers, guaranteed.

DEVENDRA BANHART
("spinning dark enchanting riddles born in the dusky corners of childhood nightmare"--Mojo Magazine. From NYC, Devandra charts Mississippi John Hurt, Mississippi Fred McDowell, Karen Dalton, Vashti Bunyan, and Fred Neil as the most important musicians there ever were.)

ENTRANCE
(featuring Guy Blakeslee formerly of The Convocation Of.., Entrance appears on stage alone, armed with a guitar, a three octave vocal range, and if the floor is loud enough, the sound of his stomping foot. comparisons to such eclectic artists as Jeff Buckley, Richie Havens, T-Rex, Syd Barrett, John Fahey and Ravi Shankar have been made.)

JOSHUA & JEREMY
(cabin music for the racoons)


February 9, 2003
5:30pm

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING
all are welcome. see what happens "behind the scenes"


February 11, 2003
7:00-8:00
FREE

NEW MEMBER OPEN HOUSE

(A one-hour introduction to Flywheel for anyone interested in volunteering at shows, joining the collective, or using the space to book their own events.)


February 14, 2003
8pm
$5

MIRANDA SOUND
Mirand Sound is a Columbus, Ohio four-piece playing an unmistakable brand of passionate and innovatively melodic indie rock. The back-and-forth lead vocal interplay is one of the hallmarks of their sweaty live show, as is the almost absurdly energetic nature of the performance.

AIRLIFT

PICTURES OF ANIMALS

STEVERINO
experimental multi-media performance with video by Helen Harrison


February 15, 2003
7pm
$5

SCATTERED
Western Mass pop punk

BEFORE I GO
Detriot pop punk in the vein of New Found Glory.

THE ELEVENTH HOUR

MINIMAL EFFORT
Pittsfield pop punk


February 15, 2003
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

DEVOTION (CLOSED RECORDING SESSION)


February 16, 2003
7:30
$5

THE CIGNAL
(ex Explosion, Reach The Sky. From Boston. kicking out the analog-electro-pop jams)

THE NATIONALE BLUE

MINUS A MAP
(yet another tremendous local band that you've never seen)

PARIS
(experimental lo fi trio from Umass)


February 17, 2003
7:00
$5

****SHOW CANCELLED DUE TO CRRRAZY SNOW STORM***

A POLLINAIR RAVE
(Kevin Barnes from Of Montreal gives us a solo set)

NOISEBOX
(boy/girl acoustic, from Palmer, MA. One of the newer Palmer bands that is very dope!)

THE WARREN COMMISSION

THE CANKICKERS
(shed favorites- Old Tyme punk with fiddles and banjoooes


February 20, 2003
8:00pm
$5.00

THOMAS ANKERSMIT
From Berlin. Saxophones, computer, analogue synthesizer. Has played with Borbetomagus, Hugh Davies, Kevin Drumm, Jim O'Rourke, and others. "Along with only a handful of other reed players, Ankersmit is treading in entirely new ground." -- Brian Olewnick, All-Music Guide, March 2002

JASON LESCALLEET
Tape loops from Worcester. Playing duos with Thomas Ankersmit.

LIZ TONNE/JAMES COLEMAN DUO
voice/theremin duo from Boston's thriving electro-acoustic scene


February 21, 2003
6:30 PM
$5.00

FAILED SILENCE
A progressive instrumental metal band from the Western Massachusetts area. Besides creating intricate pieces of music, they seem amaze the crowd by choreographing dance moves to their songs, as well as displaying an amount of stage props and lighting effects. (Photo ->)

THE NEW HOLLYWOOD
ex: noahs dove /emo screamo hardcore.

CORPSE OF CHRIST
Death metal band from Westfield.

FUZBUNI
A trio out of Western Massachusetts. They are three self taught musicians who work hard for what they want, and despite the many obstacles placed in front of them have survived in the stagnant music scene for more than five years. The music comes straight from the heart.Their influences are wide ranging: The Descendents to Donovan, Black Flag to The Beatles, Sonic Youth to The Subhumans. They remember how these bands influenced them to make some noise. So in turn, Fuzbuni just wants to relay that same feeling back to the kids today.


February 22, 2003
8:00pm
$4

CARAHER
(an instrumental electric guitar/drums and acoustic guitar duo with an emphasis on improvisation. The tunes they play have elements from jazz, rock, funk, and blues.)

SHELLY WINTERS PROJECT
(Boston band led by Rick Berlin. a dark and smokey cabaret thing kind of like if he were the teacher of Rufus Wainright. The band is hot and a lot of fun.)

TOM NEILSON
(folk singer-songwriter who does political satire, social commentary, and parody, from Leverett


February 23, 2003
7:30
$5

SOLEDAD BROTHERS
(fire breathing garage madness from the Ohio underground. the "brothers" conjure up the spirit of the MC5 both musically and politically. a real treat. their debut album on Estrus Records was produced by Jack White, who is in some band or something)

POP*A*WHEELIE
(local hot rockers kickin' it raw)

THE FAUX
(Boston's snappy dressin' spazz punk rockers)


February 24, 2003
8:00

DORIA ROBERTS
Singer/Songwriter

INGRID RIVERA
Soulful Political Activism & Poetry

ALEXIS O'HARA
one-ma'am-band from Montreal with loops, samples, fake blood, improvisation


February 26, 2003
6:30pm

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING
come on down. you know you want to.


February 27, 2003
7:30
$3.00

CLAUDIA MALIBU
local pop stars

COUNT WESTWEST
just where have we been all your life?

THE CENTURIANS
garage trio playing hard r+b.

.....2 out of the 3 are new and all 3 are local, come on and see. yeah, yeah.


February 28, 2003
6:00-11:00
$5

SKARMY OF DARKNESS
Kick Ass Crazy Ska

THE ACCIDENTS
Female fronted Punk Rock from Western Mass

THE BATTLECATS
primitive and catchy garage-rock

THE SKATAMATICS
WMA-based six-piece ska

MORIBOUND
heart stopping, brutal, up front metal

STN
WMA Pop punk

STAPLESORE
Hardcore Punk


March 1, 2003
11am-1pm
Free

KIDS MAKE MUSIC

An open mic jam session for young people.


March 1, 2003
8:00pm
$4

BRENDON MASSEI
(quiet acoustic gems incorporating pop, folk, and lo-fi sensibilities)

ADAM'S OPINION

TIGER SAW
("classic" indie rock)


March 5, 2003
8 pm
$5

JASON KAHN WITH NMPERIGN, LESCALLETT, RAWLINGS
Scratch-and-scrape drummer who has played with Evan Parker and Kevin Drumm, here joined by Bhob Rainey(soprano sax), Greg Kelley (trumpet), Vic Rawlings (cello and open-circuit electronics), and Jason Lescalleet (tape loops)

MATT WESTON
Former drummer of pop-rock legends Green, more locally known for his "work" with Barn Owl

PAZ
Farm band barn jam. Members of Extreme Animals and the Ben and Jessica Assn., Inc.

More fwoop-tastic improv (both macro- and micro-sound) than you can shake a stick at, if you'd even want to shake a stick at it.


March 6, 2003
8:00pm
$5

FULL WHITE DRAG
"recalls the scouring melodic guitar work of GvsB, Fugazi, Sonic Youth, and Jawbox-muscular and sinister, suave and nocturnal. Music fans with a taste for Chicago-style heaviness should sit up and take note." -VIEW Magazine, October '00. From Canada)

VARISTOR
(crisp, tight. drums-guitar duo from Brooklyn, NY)

ANTELOPE
(3 piece influenced by the sonics and ethics of the DC punk scene. 7" out on BUG/Dischord. from Washington DC. features members of El Guapo and The Vertebrates)


March 7, 2003
7:00pm
$5

***LOCAL PREMIERE***

DONT NEED YOU
(a full length documentary film on the origins of Riot Grrrl in the american independent music scene of the early 1990s and how this feminist movement evolved into a revolutionary underground network of education and self awareness through music, writing, activism, and women friendly community. Features interviews with Ian Mackaye, Kathleen Hanna, Alison Wolfe, Corin Tucker, Madigan Shive, Julie Lary and more! Interspersed are archival fanzines, flyers, photographs, as well as seldom seen video footage from Bikini Kill, Bratmobile, and Heavens To Betsy. Directed by Kerri Koch, who will be on hand to answer questions.)

SEE A REVIEW OF THE FILM HERE


March 8, 2003
7pm
$5

THE WARREN COMMISSION
Western MA Indie Cuties

PUMA
Amazing all girl band from Buffalo,NY.

THE LARKIN ADMINISTRATION
From Buffalo,NY.

HEATHER BLOOMFIELD


March 9, 2003
5:30pm

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING
this is how we do it!


March 9, 2003
8 PM
$5

LOVID
Kyle Lapidus (of Ortho) and Tali Hinkis (of !Rama) fry two brain regions at once with low-tech video and sound manipulation

BRACES
Scott Foust and Chris Corsano's savage minimalist artpunk... reliving the halcyon early 80s, relieving the harlequin early 00s.

FAT WORM OF ERROR
new skronk for gnome people

BELIEVERS
They promise to be short.


March 10, 2003
8:00pm
$4

THE PELICANS
(self described "video game rock stuff, not like Atom & His Package", this Memphis, TN duo rocks the casio beats and rock guitar action hard)

DEL CIELO
all-female d.c. smart h.c., ex-BALD REPUNZAL

ANTON BORDMAN
drums and bass rawk from providence, r.i.


March 11, 2003
7:00-8:00pm
FREE

NEW MEMBER OPEN HOUSE

(A one-hour introduction to Flywheel for anyone interested in volunteering, joining the collective, or booking their own events. Info: volunteer@flywheelarts.org.)


March 14, 2003
8:00PM
$5

ONE MINUTE FILM FESTIVAL
Guest currator Nate Longcope offers up an anything-goes assortment of ultra shorts!

*presented by Bright Rectangle Screening Series *

Bright Rectangle presents one minute film festival


March 15, 2003
6:30 - 10:30PM
FREE

MELTING SNOW BALL AT TOWN HALL
Dance the snow away at this "come as you are" all-ages, all-styles FREE old-fashioned community dance -- on the 2nd floor of Easthampton Town Hall (NOT at Flywheel). Supported in part by a grant from the Easthampton Cultural Council.

THE MELLO TONES
Five-piece Valley ensemble playing polkas, fox trots, and more.

THE GYPSY WRANGLERS
Swinging,bluesing and jazzing, the GWs create a musical cattle drive from Paris, Texas to Paris, France. Visit the dance music of 1938. Voted "Best Swing Band" by Advocate readers.

HOOTENANNY
Lively string band playing old-time bluegrass and other traditional foot-stomping music, with fiddler extraordinaire Alicia Jo Rabins, banjo queen Diane Sanabria, and friends)


March 16, 2003
8:00pm
$5.00

BEN KARETNICK'S WOMAD
local free jazz drum hero presents his Weapons Of Mass Destruction (WOMaD)

BARN OWL
chocolate microscopes

DIAGRAM A
Don't let the mask fool you. Let it scare you.

Flywheel New Music Series


March 19, 2003
8:00pm
$5.00

MONOTRACT
"an electronica freak circus where humor supports the big top" -- All Music Guide

THURSTON MOORE + ADRIS HOYOS (EX- HARRY PUSSY)
You know those guitars that're like...double...guitars...you know?

TIZZY
look out! the power pop is flying at your head!

FUN STRENGTH
sample-riffic hip hop

Flywheel New Music Series


March 21, 2003
6:00PM
$5

POTLUCK
(food, bring) + Kids and tall kids make music and sounds of voices and such (open mic-like)

THE SLUDGE SLUDGE ARMY
(vaguely formalized interaction facilitating the reinterpretation of odds and ends)

BEN/GEORGE 7 INC.
(soapbox caterwauling re: memories)

THE FUCKING SPARKLIES
(dynamic unhappiness or maybe crass covers)

A Benefit for UP THE ANTE!, a publication of the Valley Anarchist Organization


March 22, 2003
7:00
FREE

FLYWHEEL FOURTH ANNIVERSARY
See the seldom-seen people behind the scenes make a scene. Cabaret style free- for-all, with art, projections, and written ravings papering the walls! Can you believe it's been four years? Share the love. Come celebrate!


March 23, 2003
6:15 PM
$5.00

SCREWDRIVERS .
"The Screwdrivers play swift, powerful rock and roll. With some breathers thrown in as change-ups."

AULETTA
a band from Northern CT, playing experimental grind/noisecore, similar to LLBNF.

SCHOOL FOR THE DEAD
"Henning's School for the Dead" is the cleanest piece of pop music to come out of Northampton in a while. While he'd also make it in the lands of R.E.M. and Husker Dü, Ohlenbusch is a model of Western Massachusetts pop... (he) has a penchant for saying things how they really are." (Josh Shear, Chicopee Herald)

UNCLE BOBS STOLEN MONKEY
a ska-core band out of Agawam, MA.

AN AMERICAN FAMILY
a band that sounds similar to the International Noise Conspiracy but they have a drum machine and an array of instruments.

NO INTENTION
a band whose music is an infectious blend of punk, elements of ska and a pinch of hardcore. These high energy, creative original songs have gained the band a strong following all over New England.


March 23, 2003
10 AM - 5 PM

NEW HOLLYWOOD
Recording Session (closed session)


March 24, 2003
7pm
$5

WOLF COLONEL

DAVID DONDERO

JOE KNAPP
(of Son, Ambulance and Bright Eyes) on Saddle Creek Records.

HANDS


March 26, 2003
6:30pm

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING
get yr freak on


March 26, 2003
7pm
$5

RED REACTION
Oldschool hardcore/punk in the vein of Black Flag from Holyoke,ma.

CAPTURE THE FLAG
These guys from Ann Arbor,MI play pop/punk/indie rock in the vein of Lifetime. Now Signed to GO KART RECORDS!

GUFF
Fast melodic punk rock with catchy melodys from Athens,GA on Go Kart Records.

THE ACCIDENTS
Western mass Female fronted pop punk


March 28, 2003
8
$5

PAMELA MEANS
(from Boston, complicated guitar licks loaded with rhythm and understanding)

CHRIS PUREKA
(local folk)

CINDY BOW
(folk hero, full of surprises, full of songs)


March 29, 2003
8:00pm
$5

THE KING OF FRANCE
(Brooklyn-based trio the King of France plays catchy, moody art-pop, uplifting songs that are equal parts wonder and dread.)

THE THERMALS
Sub Pop garage pop

THE MITCHELLS
(indie pop)

ZEA
how music should sound in the 21st century - electro - pop from Amsterdam, Holland


March 30, 2003
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
none

SOUND & LIGHTING EQUIPMENT MEETING
To discuss basically what sound and lighting equipment may be needed for the Flywheel. This will be a brief discussion on equipment.

FUND RAISER SHOW
To start setting up the Fund Raiser Show to raise money for sound & lighting equipment.


April 3, 2003
8 pm
$5

EKG
pretty darn stellar oboe, trumpet, and analog synth improv by Ernst Karel and Kyle Bruckman

COERL
edge-of-consciousness laptop microsoundnesses transmitted from the Space Beagle

TUMBLECAT POOF POOFY POOF
the best darn glockenspiel-infused soundscrapes the Valley has to offer


April 5, 2003
8pm
$5

THE IMMORTAL LEE COUNTY KILLERS
(ILCK are two piece punk-blues garage band on Estrus Records from Auburn, AL.)

CHICKEN MCHEAD
(wild garage punk from lower western ma)

THE UNCOMFORTABLES
(ex-Pajama Slave Dancers, Scott Blood, Jeff Blood and Dirk Futon)


April 5, 2003
11AM-1PM
FREE

KIDS MAKE MUSIC
An open mic/jam session for young people.


April 6, 2003
8:00pm
$5.00

PSI
jaime fennelly-electronics, chris forsyth-guitar, fritz welch-drums & amplified percussion

DAVID GROSS/LIZ TONNE DUO
Boston's favorite saxophone/voice fightin' unit.

SLAUGHTERHOUSE PERCUSSION
just what you would imagine

Flywheel New Music Series


April 7, 2003
8pm
$5

THE ORCHID POOL
Athens, GA mellow pop

DENNIS DRISCOLL
k records recording artist

THE PIGEONS
boy plus turtle plus friends, from Hartford CT


April 8, 2003
7:00-8:00pm
FREE

NEW MEMBER OPEN HOUSE

(A one-hour introduction to Flywheel for anyone interested in volunteering, joining the collective, or booking their own events. Info: volunteer@flywheelarts.org.)


April 9, 2003
8 PM
$5

BEEQUEEN
Frans deWard's (Kapotte Muziek) "pop" band

ANDREW LILES
"carves his own distinct sound, but a natural comparison may hint towards the instrumental works of Coil, the Hafler Trio, Eliane Radigue, as well as the subtle influence of Bernard Parmegiani."

IDEA FIRE COMPANY
a potent brew of analog synths, bad attitude, and love

HOWIE STELZER / JASON TALBOT / CHRIS COOPER
Boston's favorite analog revivalists (tape and turntable scratching) with local favor... well, he's local.


April 12, 2003
6:00 PM
$5.00

INFAMOUS JAKE & THE PINSTRIPE MAFIA
have been assaulting audiences with their seamless blend of fast ska, punk, and hardcore since the summer of 2000. Influenced by such bands as Link 80, Big D & The Kid’s Table, The Suicide Machines, and 7 Seconds.

NOVUS DAE
Novus Dae is a band from Plainville, Connecticut. Their style is consistent with a contrast of hard rock. A melodic, yet heavy tone, Novus Dae is a barrage of character with the focal point of sheer technicality and overwhelming emotion driven songs. With catchy, soul-capturing sounds, Novus Dae provides a style of music with a very original sound.

AROGANT SONS OF BITCHES
play with any band at any show to anybody who wants to hear them, because they honestly have no clue what type of music they play. They figure that it would be mostly punk, but then that would entail some sort of political viewpoint, which they don't have. "Long Island Medio-Core" was a consideration.

SIXFINGER
a 5-piece pop-punk/emo band from Springfield, MA who have been playing the area for almost 4 years.

GOOD FOR LIFE
Emotional-ska band from New Hampshire.


April 13, 2003
5:30pm

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING
step into our world


April 13, 2003
8:00pm
$4

BOYS STAR LIBRARY
(Stunted-growth guitar pop from Athens, GA that gives big nods to the twee cheekiness of Tullycraft and Holiday. Wimp rock with a passion and the band behind Bumblebear Records.)

CARS CAN BE BLUE
Quick, catchy guitar chords, peppy drumming, boy/girl vocals, a fun-loving attitude and an offbeat sense of humor. Cars Can Be Blue play simple, lo-fi, bubblegum pop that puts a smile on your face and never, ever takes itself too seriously.)

CARGO MAY SHIFT
(raw, punk trio, [drums, violin, guitar] from the new school)


April 14, 2003
8pm
$5

MELON GALIA
from Beligium, light French orchestral pop in the vein of Stereolab, Belle and Sebastian and Teenage Fanclub. Their album features instruments by Mike Mogis and vocals by Conor Oberst of Bright Eyes.

SALLIE
Smith all-stars

CHRIS PUREKA
smooth, smoky folk

FELLOW PROJECT
Long Island sing along: "raise your fist to the sky, thanks for the pain"


April 15, 2003
7:00 PM
none

FUND RAISER MEETING
Meeting for those interested in helping set up the Fund Raiser Show for sound equipment for Flywheel.


April 18, 2003
7:30
$5

ARJUNA GREIST
folksinger/performance poet/ecoporn peddler

GOOSELOVE
folk poet extraordinaire.

Who knows? It's a CD release party for Arjuna's new album, "Odd Numbers" lots of friends will be making on stage appearances....


April 19, 2003
7:30pm
$5

FEAST
("Feast sound like a cross between 2 of the best bands ever, Black Sabbath and Bikini Kill"-Village Voice. feminist ideology meets heavy riffs. can you dig it?)

ENEMY LOVE

MINUS A MAP
(loud guitars, and beefy beats from a basement in Chicopee)

FUZBUNI
(DIY-punk trio from southern Western Mass. 7 years and youve never seen them? shame on you!)


April 21, 2003
6:30 PM
$5.00

STAPLESORE

THE INNER CITY NINJAS

DAY TO DISMEMBER

THE ACCIDENTS

SKALIOSIS

UNCLE BOB


April 23, 2003
6:30

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING
it takes a nation of millions to hold us back


April 24, 2003
6:30
$5

AFTER THE FALL
Melodic hardcore with metal influences from Albany, NY.

THE ARRIVALS
Sound like Dillinger Four, Naked Raygun, Hot Water Music. On Thick Records out of Chicago.

FIVEACROSSTHEEYES
Punk rock from Western MA

HOLDING THE KNIFE
Hardcore punk from NY

SIX FINGER
Springfield MA pop-punk


April 25, 2003
8 PM
$5

DEERHOOF
Kill Rock Stars superheroes playing smudged crayon compositions

SEVEN YEAR RABBIT CYCLE
inspirational songs for children raised by wolves... formerly 1/2 of Deerhoof, formerly 1/2 of Badgerlore

FAT WORM OF ERROR
jittery odes to broken jalopies

SEMI-AUTOMATIC
5RueChristine folks; ex-PeeChees, ex-Rice


April 26, 2003
7:00 PM
$5.00

NEW EARTH
New Earth was formed in 1998 with the purpose of having fun while writing and performing original music. New Earth’s music has never been limited to one particular style though most of the songs would be considered album oriented pop/rock. They do, however, write the occasional blues, country, or rock and roll songs. Not to mention, the songs that are just plain different. They even have some great ballads. New Earth’s main influences are the great bands and artists of the 60’s, 70’s, and 80’s, like The Beatles, The Grateful Dead, The Eagles, The Rolling Stones, Cream, Bob Dylan, Elvis Costello (plus many, many more). But New Earth also takes influence from jazz, classical, reggae, country, blues, new wave, punk, heavy metal, rap. You name it, one of these guys listens to it.

SCREWDRIVERS
"the Screwdrivers play swift, powerful rock and roll. With some breathers thrown in as change-ups."

ESCHELLON
An innovative rock group that takes the ambient music of bands like Radiohead, Coldplay, and Sigur Ros, and mixes it with electric art-rock, and a one-of-a-kind songwriting style that captures any listener with its dynamics and epochal climaxes. Soaring lead guitars, Thom Yorke/Jeff Buckley-esque vocals, hauntingly optimistic lyrics, and broken up drumbeats fill in the space between to create a sonic palette of emotion.

HENNING FROM SCHOOL FOR THE DEAD
Henning may be performing solo!!!


April 27, 2003
8:00pm
$5.00

PAUL FLAHERTY MEETS BARN OWL
Master free jazz saxophonist meets worst-groomed hat-wearers.

JACK WRIGHT
From Colorado, a solo set from this frightening saxophonist.


May 1, 2003
7:30pm
$tba

DORIA ROBERTS
(urban folk-poetry from Atlanta)

MITTENS
(breezy, uptight, indie-rock trio from Jamaica Plain, MA. Check out the song below!)

THE MEZZANINE
(Formerly known as The Separation Papers)


May 2, 2003
8:00
$5

TOM CARTER/THURSTON MOORE/DREAD FOOL

MV & EE MEDICINE SHOW


May 3, 2003
5:00 PM - 11:00 PM
$5.00

SPECIAL FLYWHEEL BENEFIT SHOW
The first of three shows to raise money for a new sound system & lighting for the Flywheel. This show is at Flywheel. The main two shows on Saturday May 24 at the Easthampton Town Hall.

THEWAYITWAS
(5:45-6:15) Acoustic/indie/emo.

STN
(6:30-7:00) Rock/emo/punk.

SAVE YOURSELF
(7:15-7:45) Rock/blues/punk.

CHILDREN OF THE MOST HIGH
(8:00-8:30) Reggae/hip hop/r&b.

SOMETHING LIKE ME
((8:45-9:15) Pop-punk.

THE SKATAMATICS
(9:00-9:30) Skatastical ska.

CORPSE OF CHRIST
(9:45-10:15) Death metal.

CARGO MAY SHIFT
(10:30-11:00) Punk/hardcore.


May 5, 2003
7pm
$5

AS FRIENDS RUST
fast upbeat/melodic hardcore on Equal Vision Records from FL.

TAKE IT TO THEGRAVE

SICK AND TIRED

THREE FIFTEEN


May 8, 2003
8:00pm
$5

JUHA
(queer palestinian hip-hop! Oh Yeah! they went to #1 on Outvoice and are gonna rock your world)

NOMY LAMM
(Nomy Lamm is a badass fatass jew dyke amputee, performance artist, writer and activist. She has written for magazines and anthologies including MS., Seventeen, "Listen Up," "Body Outlaws," and "Sex and Single Girls" (all on Seal Press). She co-wrote The Transfused, a full-length post-apocalyptic rock opera, with The Need, and recently toured a production called "Doctor Frockrocket's Vivifying (Re-Animatronic) Menagerie and Medicine Show." She was named one of MS. magazine's 1997 "Women of the Year," and in 2000 she was one of Out magazine's "Out 100.")

RANIA KHALIL
Egyptian American Performance Art Easy like Sunday morning In war torn countries check out her award winning poetry in this month's Long Shot Magazine


May 9, 2003
6:30
$5

SOLTERO
boston based hymns from the heart

CHOO CHOO LA ROGUE
rock trio from sommerville

KEVIN O' ROURKE
quiet pretty lullabies from the leader of lo fine

COUNT WESTWEST
local rockrock


May 10, 2003
6pm
$5

SONNY
from Western mass on Fast music!

THE START
This is what people are saying about them: "throbbing, pogo deserving, dance punk." "a late 70's new wave band dragged kicking and screaming into the 21st century" "Siouxsie and the Banshees if they were Nirvana". From LA!

HERE LIES HOPE
Amazing 3 piece all girl Pop punk fom Milford,CT.

THE PROZACS

LEFT OUT
Western Mass Pop punk


TONIGHT'S GENERAL BODY MEETING HAS BEEN MOVED TO WEDNESDAY, MAY 14


May 11, 2003
8:00pm
$5

ROCKET WEST
(progressive punk/indie rock from CT featuring an ex-member of Fastbreak))

BLUE ROSE LIAR
(the marriage of the ethereal and the frustrated. From CT featuring ex members of Boiling Man and Brutally Familiar)

AND THEN HE HIT ME!
(straight outta' Palmer. this supergroup features members of Honkey Dorey, the Ska Band and Waffle Waffle)


May 11, 2003
12:00PM - 5:00 PM
$5.00

DOOZER
(CT youth-rock)

THE ARROGANT SONS OF BITCHES
(Long Island ska/punk gods)

ROB KAPITZKI OF THE SKEPTICS
(WMA's answer to dashboard confessional)

SPLIT FIFTY
(PA technical punk)

BLIND LUCK MUSIC
(VT rock-emo)

INFAMOUS JAKE & THE PINSTRIPE MAFIA
(WMA (ska/punk terror)


May 13, 2003
8pm
$5

DAT POLITICS
Based in the historic industrial city of Lille, DAT Politics laptops generate epileptic micro-rhythms escorted by childlike acid melodies sometimes accompanied by distorted singing exercises.

DUSTMITE
Downtempo hip-hop madness from the darkside.

HNATIW
Fat beats, synths, and tons more from the brothers Hnatow.


May 13, 2003
7-8pm
FREE

NEW MEMBER OPEN HOUSE
A quick introduction to Flywheel for people interested in volunteering at shows or joining the collective. We'll tell you what goes on behind the scenes and how you can get involved. PLEASE ARRIVE ON TIME - there's a show starting at 8:00 right after the open house.


May 14, 2003
6:30pm

GENERAL BODY MEETING
Our bi-monthly collective meeting. One-and-a-half (okay, sometimes two) hours of participatory democracy, followed by snacks and fun. Not a member yet? Write volunteer@flywheelarts.org


May 16, 2003
8pm
$5

CAPTURED BY ROBOTS !
Captured! By Robots is a one-human, three-robot band that travels the world spreading the gospel of Rock N' Roll.

THE SECRET CHANNEL


May 18, 2003
8 PM
$5

TAMI HART
RAWK & swooning melodies & RAWK!!!

ANALOG TARA
(Pinknoises.com / Le Tigre Remix 12") presents a set of laptop funk and tech-house grooves (suitable for dancing!.

JUDAH JOHNSON
from Chicago's Flameshovel Records

SECRET COCK

Tara is playing a party in Northampton the night before.


May 21, 2003
8:00PM
$5

NAUTICAL ALMANAC
homewrecked electronic googlies dance the higgledy piggledy. "Nautical Almanac are better than Varese." -Mr. Quintron

MYSTERY BRINKMAN
floppy-eared technogurgle with two left feet, both webbed. He of Mindflayer and Paper Rodeo.

JAPANESE KARAOKE AFTERLIFE EXPERIMENT
drum-n-keyboard electronic screamy dance thrash

BROMP TREB SOMETHING SOMETHING
skritchy dub and glorping dance exhortations


May 22, 2003
7:00

ART GALLERY OPENING: GCC Media Arts Seminar Artists showing their work


May 23, 2003
7pm
$5

THE WARREN COMMISSION
Local Indie Rock Cuties

THE LARKIN ADMINISTRATION
Mathy/indie art rock from Buffalo,NY (Ex. Palomar Sky Survey)

THE SURGEON'S PHOTOGRAPH
(Local Moody Math Rock) LAST SHOW EVER!!!

PERMABAND
super rock in the vein of the pixies/sonic youth


May 24, 2003
10:00 AM

SPECIAL FUND RAISER SHOW
Two shows - day & night at the Easthampton Town Hall. Two separate admissions. $6.00 per show or $10.00 for both shows.


May 24, 2003
11:00 AM
$6 & $10

SHOW #1
11:30AM-4:45PM

AFTER SCHOOL SNAX
(11:45-12:15) A hardcore punk band.

ANOPHOLES
(12:30-1:00) A metal emocore band.

THE INNER CITY NINJAS
(1:15-1:45) A ska/hardcore band.

STAPLE SORE
(2:00-2:30) A punk band with hardcore influence.

BOURGEOIS HEROES
(2:45-3:15) A garage pop group.

THE BATTLECATS
(3:30-4:00) A garage rock band.

SKARMY OF DARKNESS
(4:15-4:45) A ska/punk band.


May 24, 2003
5:00 PM
$6

SHOW #2
5:00PM-11:15PM

ABAXIAL
(5:30-6:00) Young group that plays a blend of modern rock, Latin jazz and ethnic styles.

MIMI & FRIENDS
(6:15-6:45)Bouncy bliss music.

APPARATTICUS
(7:00-7:30) A funk, hiphop and jazz band.

FAILED SILENCE
(7:45- 8:15) A progressive metal musical act with choreographed dance moves.

BANJO MUCHO
(8:30-9:00) Music from a wide variey of genres, no style untouched.

GHOSTS OF BLAKE
(9:15-9:45) A folk group.

THE AD-HOC COMMITTEE
(10:00-10:30)A pop/rock/funk band.

FAR CRY FLY
(10:45- 11:15) An acoustic rock band.


May 26, 2003
7PM?
5bux

FLOOR
Floor are a sludge rocking band from Florida who have been going strong for about 10 years now. check them out

GOLEM GLOBUS
W.Mass based "prog" rockers play one of their final shows,will be greatly missed.

this show is gonna be rockin like a hurricane (to suffice)

Floor are on tour this is a date that fell through and had to get filled at the last minute. come and support.


May 27, 2003
8pm
$5

FIESEL
loud, fast, unconvential structure and rhythm. this trio hurls stuff out all over the place. come watch the explosion.

SHARK AND BEAR
more crazy happening with the drummer from Fiesel

STRUCTION
from Albany, this female fronted band hits fast and hard.


May 28, 2003
6:30pm

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING
Our twice-monthly collective meeting. One-and-a-half hours(okay, sometimes two) of participatory democracy, followed by snacks and fun. Not a member yet? Write volunteer@flywheelarts.org. Brothers & sisters gonna work it out!


May 30, 2003
5:30 doors, 6pm show
$5

3 FEET SHORT

UNCLE BOBS STOLEN MONKEY
ska-core from agawam, ma

DUCKHUNT

HEROES OF THE TIME WARP KITCHEN
crazy ska from central ma

BUBBAS FAT FRIEND
fun ska from mystic, ct


HAWNAY TROOF
(upbeat and dancable laptop music from members of xbxrx and Bratmobile)

UNO
(loud guitar, drums, junkyard electronics, rock frenzy, dance beats, très scientifique, from providence, r.i.)

MIRROR DASH

BODAH-HOBBS-KOZIOL
(metal strings with batterie and reed)


June 2, 2003
7pm
$5

THE BREATHING PROCESS

ONE DYING WISH
metal/hardcore stuff from Denver,CO.

PREACHER GONE TO TEXAS
Emo/metal/hardcore stuff from Iowa.

INCONSTANT MOTION


June 3, 2003
8:00 PM
$5

LIFE PARTNERS
wide-eyed and freak-fried, this quartet wields a flying v & two casios. They got more energy than a bubbling nuke plant, so there's a whole lotta squealing goin' on

LA DRUGS
messy, homemade and covered with paint. What do you get when you put the art in DIY? DIRTY!

YONK YONK
notions of respectable songwriting set to "gooify"

GROUND MONKEYS

USAISAMONSTER


June 5, 2003
7pm
$5

SHOOT TO KILL
Western Mass Hardcore!

DEF CHOICE
fast hardcore punk from Chicago that sound like the Germs, Born Against and Youth of Today.

GET IT AWAY
Hardcore band from Chicago that sound like Negative FX, No For An Answerand Straight Ahead.

STAPLESORE


June 6, 2003
8:00 PM
$5

VERTONEN
Chicago-based wrecker of small speakers on expensive stereos ...noise, sweet noise...

POPE JOANNA
noise, linguistics, and costumes

DIAGRAM: A
the original good-times electrogore screedom players

ANTHRO REX
goth booty jams


June 7, 2003
8 pm
$5

THE FLYING BUTTRESSES
goth-rock band with old schoolgoth influences, but with a harder more intense sound. Live shows are dark and creepy, as goth as it gets

MATTACHINE
'cello/guitar/drums/computer-generated sounds; all the background tracks and incidental noise from your favorite rock albums


June 7, 2003
9 am - 6 pm
na

SKATAMATICS
CLOSED Recording Session


June 8, 2003
5:30pm

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING

Our twice-monthly collective meeting. One-and-a-half hours(okay, sometimes two) of participatory democracy, followed by snacks and fun. Not a member yet? Write volunteer@flywheelarts.org.


June 8, 2003
8 PM
$3

HNATIW
Insane dual electribe action from the brothers Hnatow.

FUN STRENGTH
Don't miss these guys! Four piece electronic insanity!

DOWCET
Laptop Bliss.

SIOKAOS
The action packt pacifist brings you some toast and jams!

BELLTONESUICIDE
Legendary noise guru Mr.Barrett

AN OFFICIAL BITSHIFT EVENT.


June 8, 2003
10am -5pm
na

BOURGEOUS HEROES
CLOSED recording session


June 10, 2003
7-8pm
FREE

NEW MEMBER OPEN HOUSE
A quick introduction to Flywheel for those interested in volunteering at shows, joining the collective, or otherwise keeping the 'Wheel spinning. We'll tell you how it works behind the scenes, what to expect as a member, and how you can get involved. PLEASE ARRIVE ON TIME - There's a show at 8 following the open house and we will be moving at a steady clip. For more info contact volunteer@flywheelarts.org.


June 11, 2003
8:00pm
$5

ROYAL CITY
("Toronto group Royal City meanders through fragile, fractured folk lullabies that seem staid and dignified, until you listen closely and discover how surreal their sentiments are. Great stuff that will appeal to any lover of modern independent folk."-epitonic)

SUFJAN STEVENS
(from NYC. "Stevens crafts an electronic, all- "instrumental" song cycle based on the symbols of the Chinese zodiac. While working within these considerably narrower confines, he still maps out a wide musical territory by using each symbol as a mode, each one exploring different textures and tempos and, in the process, evoking a surprising array of moods."-All Music Guide)

STEVE WESTFIELD + THE SLOW BAND
(self described "slo fi" from Westfield MA. The slow band melds elements of pop, country, rock and comedy! A valley staple)

RED DOOR EXCHANGE
(local 3 piece guitar, piano, drums. dark moody sneaky pop. nice harmonies, big beats. features member of Ghosts of Blake)


June 12, 2003
8:00pm
$5

UNSTABLE ENSEMBLE
smoldering electro-acoustic ambience and skitterish interaction

SLAUGHTERHOUSE PERCUSSION
drums, guitars, bows, ribbons, and YOU!

TORN HNATOW WITH SPECIAL GUEST STEVE
the fabulous Hnatow brothers bring the noise


June 13, 2003
8:00PM
FREE

VAO SUMMER FILM SERIES: "MATEWAN"
John Sayles' moving drama about violent coal miners' strike in WV in the 1920s. Stars James Earl Jones, Chris Cooper, Mary McConnell, and others. "They got you fightin' white against colored, native against foreign...when you know there ain't but two sides in the world--them that work and them that don't. That's all you got to know about the enemy." --from Matewan

Optional donations to benefit Up the Ante!, a publication of the Valley Anarchist Organization.


June 14, 2003
6:30
$5

SCATTERED
Pop-punk from Longmeadow, MA.

THE AMBER FASHION
Emotional rock music from Springfield.

SOMETHING LIKE ME
Pop-punk. Yup.

LEGEND OF '88
Punk influenced rock.

THE PIXIE STICKS
Angsty garage punk stuff.

LEGEND OF 88 CD RELEASE


June 15, 2003
5:30 PM
$5.00

LATE FOR LIFE
A band from Florida. They are an innovative, energetic and original performance powerhouse. Its’ members fuse their diverse perspectives and influences, from such bands as Anti-Flag, Less Than Jake, Catch 22 and Nine Inch Nails, into a unique blend of punk, metal, and just a hint of ska that could only be described as twenty-first century rock ‘n roll.

I VOTED FOR KODOS
Hailing out of Wisconsin, I Voted For Kodos is one of the most original and creative ska bands out there today.

UNCLE BOBS STOLEN MONKEY

DAY TO DISMEMBER

BORN BY ACCIDENT

SKARMY OF DARKNESS
a 10 piece ska/punk band based out of Monson, Massachusetts in the USA. We formed in January 1998, and have only one mission.... TO ROCK YOU LIKE A HURRICANE


June 15, 2003
9:30 AM-5:00 PM
NA

RECORDING SESSION - CANCELLED
There will be no Recording Session today.


June 16, 2003
7pm
$5

THE SYNDICATE
NY Indie rock

2600
Local two piece acoustic stuff

THE NEW HOLLYWOOD

MINUS A MAP


June 17, 2003
7pm
$5

TONIGHTS SHOW HAS BEEN CANCELLED!


June 18, 2003
7pm
$5

THE IRON SHEIK
(Bay area MC who expresses what it means to be an Arab-American of Palestinian descent in the United States. Like a young Sid Vicious or Chuck D, Iron Sheik is shaking out some sacred taboos without much regard for refinement or polish....)

BUSHRA FOUZ
(Slam poet from Pittsfield MA)

DJ 12XU

*plus, open invitational, freestyle MC throw-down following Iron Sheik's performance*


EMANUAL 7(FORM.GROUNDZERO)

ANOPHELES

ALL MY SINS

DEVIL (CT)

KILLREIGN


June 20, 2003
7pm

THE WARREN COMMISSION

AMANDA ROGERS
Amanda Rogers burns with sincerity, and has moved crowds to both tears and laughter. She gracefully gives life to each song that she has written. A girl, a piano; beautifully complex music with nothing to hide. For fans of Bright Eyes, Cursive, and Tori Amos.

THE LEAD HOUR

FIESEL

THE NEW HOLLYWOOD


June 21, 2003
8pm
$5

ATRINA
(tightly wound rock n' roll spring of fuzzed out guitar noise and melody, from CT with video/film accompaniment by Ancient Domain)

RECTIFY THE NAMES
(four piece rock from New Jersey, ex Estella)

CAPTAIN SHY
(Flywheel's investigative team has uncovered that Captain Shy is actually a pseudonym for none other than Ben Ross. Captain Shy will perform sad melodic songs which will not be without their absurdist moments)

BLOODWORK...THE APOCALYPSE IN ROUGH FLASHES...
(Bloodwork is a one-act play by Leslie Blatteau offering glimpses into the waking and resting hour conversations of Red Cross nurses, past and present, as they reflect upon their days spent dealing with the bloody aftermath of war.)

*plus Redconception Theatre presents* BLOODWORK... The Apocalypse in Rough Flashes... (Bloodwork is a one-act play by Leslie Blatteau offering glimpses into the waking and resting hour conversations of Red Cross nurses, past and present, as they reflect upon their days spent dealing with the bloody aftermath of war.)


June 22, 2003
7:30pm
$5

CONDOR
(weird dark-wave noise rock from San Francisco)

ADDICTED2FICTION
(all girl industrial electro pop dance band from the greater NYC area)

NIMBUS
(Four piece high energy new wave garage pop band from Scranton, PA. Their drummer plays electronic drums while standing up! Like the Breeders meet Henry Mancini. They blend new wave pop and indie rock into a danceable, thinkable mix. )

BEARS
(experimental rock from Amherst)


June 24, 2003
5:30 doors 6pm show
$5

FLAMINGOS

KUDZU WISH

THE FORECAST

BUBBAS FAT FRIEND

THE SKEPTICS

SLEEPING WITH YOUR SISTER


June 25, 2003
5:30 door 6pm show
$5

UNCLE BOBS STOLEN MONKEY

THE FORECAST

THE AMBER FASHION

T.I.P.

BLIND LUCK MUSIC

SKAHOO!


June 25, 2003
6:30pm

GENERAL BODY MEETING

Our twice-monthly collective meeting. One-and-a-half hours(okay, sometimes two) of participatory democracy, followed by snacks and fun. Not a member yet? Write volunteer@flywheelarts.org.


June 26, 2003
5:30 doors 6pm show
$5

SOMETHING LIKE ME

6 FINGER

SKITCH

3 FEET SHORT

MARK HANNIBLE AND THE FUNKY BUNCH

NO INTENTION


June 27, 2003
7pm

NEW PLANET MAKE A RISING
experimental art rock outfit from Philadelphia PA

RADIO RAHEEM

HARRIS


June 27, 2003
7pm @ Town Hall !!!!
$5

SUICIDE FILE
Boston's Finest hardcore mosh!

LAST IN LINE
Western Mass oldschool hardcore/punk!

MENTAL
boston hardcore!

RED REACTION
Fast pissed off oldschool hardcore/punk in the vein of Black Flag/Circle Jerks.

KNIFE FIGHT
CA hardcore!

TAKE IT TO THE GRAVE

THIS SHOW IS @ EASTHAMPTON TOWN HALL EASTHAMPTON,MASS


June 29, 2003
7:00 PM
? $3 & $4

SONNIC BONNET
a pop rock quartet with an edge. driven by Toni's powerful female vocals, the band will take you from deeply introspective and purely powerful ballads to all-out rock anthems. influenced by the likes of the smashing pumpkins, the cranberries, a touch of classic rock, and just a pinch of soulful 70's, sonic bonnet came together at the beginning of 2003 to realize a new sound. They will bring it all to the Flywheel tonight to the delight of all who experience Sonic Bonnet.

NEW EARTH
(Postponed to August)

THE SUPERSPECS
(Rescheduled to July 6)

CRIME LAB
(Cancelled)

COUNTER EFFECT
An up and coming local hard rock band coming straight from New England.

TODAY IS PARTY NIGHT Due to the postponement and late cancellation of some bands, we will have one or two bands at reduced admission. For $1 more to what the regular admission will be you may stay for a party after the show. For example: $3 for the show and $4 for show and party. We will have food and drinks (non-alcoholic) for no additional charge. Wrist bands will be given for show and party admissions.


RADIOACTIVE PROSTITUTE
Lowell's favored sons build deathnoise sandcastles for us all

YONK YONK
folk songs rising from a quagmire of mismatched limbs

GUT
aka Belltonesuicide, plus!

JOANNA POLICEWOMAN
one-woman performance art troupe


July 1, 2003
6pm
$5

RUTHS HAT
50s Style Punk Pop With Killer Hooks and Harmonies - Buddy Holly on Speed

THE PROZACS

SOMETHING LIKE ME

SIX FINGER
Western Mass Pop Punk

THE MIDWAY STATE
pop/indie rock from Canada. Sounds like Piebald meets Get Up Kids.


July 2, 2003
8pm
$5

WILMOT PROVISO
(solo acoustic rock from Milwaukee,WI)

END ON END
(screamy, intelligent hardcore from Los Angeles, CA)


July 3, 2003
6:30
$5

SEVEN DAY DESCENT
(hardcore, metal, screaming, anger)

BUILDING A FACTORY
(CT screamo)

AT THE SPINE
(indie rock with an edge)

MORIBOUND
(heart-stopping brutal metal)

END ON END
(screaming hardcore from LA)


July 4, 2003
----->


July 4, 2003
6:00pm
$5

HAPPY 4TH OF JULY (NO SHOW)

GOD BLESS THE USA
(Right click on file "American Idol 2" below and select "Open in New Window")

OTHER SONGS
Patriotic Melody, America the Beautiful, God Bless America and Amazing Grace.



July 5, 2003
5:30 PM
$5.00

FAR CRY FLY
an energetic acoustic rock band from Hartford, Connecticut. Drawing from influences such as Guster, 10,000 Maniacs, and the Nields, Far Cry Fly presents energetic performances of acoustic-based music.

BOURGEOIS HEROES
a garage pop duo from New Haven. They are influenced by British Invasion music and 60's rn'b.

WHISTLE JACKET
successfully crafts indie-pop music of the Sebadoh and Superchunk variety - music that recognizes and celebrates the difference between intelligence and irony.

THE BATTLECATS
are three sharply dressed young people who bang out a primitive and catchy garage-rock racket.

Acoustic, folk and quiet pop music show. FREE PIZZA PARTY after the show for attendees.


July 6, 2003
5pm
$5

THE ARROGANT SONS OF BITCHES
(long island ska legends)

SKALIOSIS
(exciting new ska band from eastern CT)

THE INNER CITY NINJAS
(ridiculous WMA skacore stuff)

SIX FINGER
(WMA pop-punk legends)

MONTYS FAN CLUB
(RI ska-rock gods)

ADAM MORGAN
(from CT, plays unpolished solo accoustic folk rock)


July 7, 2003
7pm
$5

QUIT TO WIN
Wmass pop punk!

SCATTERED
Everyone's favorite wmass pop punk band!

AVERY
Up-Beat, catchy pop punk,rock music, with female vocals.It has it's own unique sound that'll get stuck in your head for hours. NJ pop punk!

DISASTER 116
Punk rock!!!!!!!!!!


July 8, 2003
8:00PM
$5

COMETS ON FIRE
“... uniquely informed by same Noogie Monster which afflicted every great noise band after 1975: Electric Eels, Pere Ubu/Rocket from the Tomb, Chrome...” - Julian Cope

PLASTIC CRIME WAVE
Chicago psych rock

CORSANO'S SHAME
Twisted Village drone-psych steamrollers with local drummer of virtue Chris Corsano

TREPANATED MINDRAMBLERS
local psych-folk brainsuckers, armed with noise leeches


THERE WILL BE *NO* NEW MEMBER OPEN HOUSE THIS TUESDAY
(The usual second-tuesday-of-the-month open house for new volunteers is on vacation. Please come next month, and stay tuned for open houses scheduled for different days. In the meantime, please write us at volunteer@flywheelarts.org.)


July 9, 2003
6:30-8:30pm

GENERAL BODY MEETING
Our twice-monthly collective meeting. One-and-a-half hours(okay, sometimes two) of participatory democracy, followed by snacks and fun. Not a member yet? Write volunteer@flywheelarts.org.


July 10, 2003
8:00PM
FREE

VAO SUMMER FILM SERIES: BRAZIL
British dark comedy meets Orwellian totalitarian society in former Monty Python member Terry Gilliam's surreal vision of dreams, government and illegal plumbing. Starring Jonathan Pryce and Robert DeNiro.

Optional donations to benefit Up the Ante!, a publication of the Valley Anarchist Organization.


July 11, 2003
7pm
$5

THE NEW HOLLYWOOD

THE STELLAS
The Stellas: Oklahoma's female -fronted blend of 50% rock, 40% pop,5% punk and 5% new wave.


July 12, 2003
8 PM
$5

INCITE/
As a cooperation of Kera Nagel (Axiomatic Integration) and André Aspelmeier (Gradient Communication, both Hamburg, Germany) Incite/ is an investigation in repititive patterns and minimalist-beats. Performing they commenly create rhythms and sounds in abstract arrangements, which oscillate from fragmented grooves to experimental soundscapes. Both are active members of the Hamburg-based experimental music club "Hoerbar", which organizes performances of musicians from all over the world since the mid-90s.

AXIOMATIC INTEGRATION
Axiomatic Integration merges seemingly contradictory musical elements: Based on a multitude of sound-sources, melodic parts evolve out of noisy elements, grainy sounds combine with clear ones, calm intros step up to aggressive sequences.

GRAD COM
The music of Gradient Communication acts similar to an acoustic microscope: fragments are streched and distorted, low frequency drones raise up to a physically menacing substance. Fragile sounds, distorted pads and subtile lo-fi loops combine almost organically to a repetitive structure. A carefully constructed flow of manipulated sounds, varying between granular and electric, appears as a structure of digitally transformed elements. Including kinetic visuals in live performances Gradient Communication enhances the intensive athmosphere, which can end up rougher as well as smoother than on the recordings.

Incite/ needs accomadations. Beth volunteers.


July 13, 2003
8:00pm
$5

PINE HILL HAINTS
(early sounding rockabilly with washtub bass, washboard, and a guitarist that sounds like Eddie Cochran!)

THE CAN KICKERS
(our, [and Palmer's], favorite country-bluegrass-punk band from New London CT. A guaranteed good ol' fashioned time. Get a taste from the mp3 below)

THEBENGEORGE7
(costumes, comedy, coversongs chaos)

REVEREND DEADEYE
(foot stompin' hellfire blues from Alabama territory)


July 14, 2003
7pm
$5

KEROSENE RIBBON

LAST IN FIRST OUT
moody, ecclectic post-hardcore from wmass.

PAST MISTAKES
intense/melodic hardcore from Nashville,Tn.


July 15, 2003
7pm
$5

THE INNER CITY NINJAS
Ska-core from Western mass!

SKARMY OF DARKNESS
Everyone's favorite wmass ska band return!

RACHEL JACOBS
NY Acoustic

LEFT OUT
Wmass pop punk


July 16, 2003
6:30
$5.00

NO INTENTION
(Western MA punk/ska favorites. FIRST SHOW BACK FROM TOUR WITH THE SKEPTICS)

SKITCH
(local punk rock)

KICKING HOWARD
(power-pop/punk/indie from Florida)

SWITCHBLADE ROMANCE
(indie rock from Chicago)

FASTER THAN SOUND
(awesome punk/ska/rock from RI)

DISASTER 116
(local up and coming pop punk)


July 17, 2003
7PM
$5

GRIMLOCK

ANOPHELES

ALL MY SINS

END OF A DECADE

STIMULI

Anopheles and end of a decade need to be payed $80 as a package. ($40 each band.)


THATS WHAT SHE SAID
pop punk ska with shitloads of energy from portland, maine

IN-DISCRETION
3rd wave ska from cape cod, ma

CANCER JAKE AND THE DEATHSTICKS
7 chain smoking drunks from Utah play ska and have anal sex, it sounds like this

THE SMOKEY WAMBAS
ska/metal/punk/emo

UNCLE BOBS STOLEN MONKEY
punk with horns and crazy metal guitar riffs.


July 19, 2003
7 PM
$3

HNATIW
If you want to dance, here it is!! Ultra FAT Beats with a touch of super mega fast rhyme!!!

SIOKAOS
Psychoacoustic Ambient Startrips!

/DEV/NULL
Crazy laptop, breakcore, grinding!!!!!

BRACE
Laptop, keyboard, and live drums!!! Check it out!!

ALEX SMITH
Mind expanding Experimental solo electric guitar to pacify the soul.

OHMBOY
Redefining Ohm's law---606+Sampler+Synth+Bigmuff

FLYWHEEL BENEFIT SHOW!!!! HELP SUPPORT THE FLYWHEEL AND ENJOY THE FINEST ELECTRONIC MUSIC AROUND!!!


July 21, 2003
1-11pm

A DAY OFF


July 22, 2003
8pm
$5

*POETRY IS THE WORD*
hosted by the Valley's own Gooselove, beautiful folk poet and host of word on Wednesday at the Black Sheep in Amherst

JANAKA STUCKY
(master of the Haiku Death Match and cofounder of the Guerilla Poets)

MARLA DICARLO
(extreme feminist poet and founder of HumpYourFanny Productions)

BUMBLE DELUCA
(Pittfield's own mistress of irony and founder of MyOwnBrainProductions)

CHRIS FORTIN
(musician, poet, and king of the ring)


July 23, 2003
7pm
$5

THE AUGUST I HAD
melodic, atmospheric, progressive hardcore with dreamy echoing interludes, focusing heavily on intensity from Truckee,Ca.

THE BLACK BOOK DIARIES

THE ENDING


July 23, 2003
6:30-8:30pm

GENERAL BODY MEETING
Our twice-monthly collective meeting. One-and-a-half hours(okay, sometimes two) of participatory democracy, followed by snacks and fun. Not a member yet? Write volunteer@flywheelarts.org.


July 24, 2003
8:00PM
$5

FRANCISCO LOPEZ
Spain's master of entomology and high-detail "absolute musique concrete." Sitting blindfolded in a room - in Flywheel, to be exact - listeners are deftly chauffered between the extremes of audibility.

HOWIE STELZER AND JASON TALBOT
pieces for turntable, tape, and leg-on-table

BRENDAN MURRAY
Loopy. Literally.

ABSTRACTIVE ORIFICE
The most invasive musical experience you will ever have to extract.


July 25, 2003
5:00 PM
$5.00

CHESTER
(from Lexington, KY.) CANCELLED - to be rescheduled.

KID BROTHER COLLECTIVE
have been playing shows and putting out records for more than five years now, while managing to stay modestly out of the spotlight. Starting up in may of 97, the collective held the same lineup for nearly four years as a group of very close friends who genuinely love playing music. their first show, an opening spot for Boy Sets Fire, went off without a hitch, and it stayed that way for quite sometime.

THE BANNER
a five piece hardcore band from new jersey. Within their brief history there have been a few line-up changes as well as a slight change in sound but they carry on stronger than ever.

SHOOT TO KILL
a straight edge hardcore band.

YOUTH ATTACK
a straight edge hardcore band from Worcester Mass. Fast, aggresive, and pissed off hardcore played by 15 year olds.

HEARTBREAKER

FROSTBITE

THE MATCH
a band from Portland, Me. Their sound is rock with plenty of energy and soul. Inluenced by their own musical heroes and favorite literary composers.


July 26, 2003
8pm
$5

BRIGHT
(Boston's notorious post/psych rock supernova kicks out the cosmic jams)

LANDING
(ecstatic drone-pop rapture, the sound of Heaven)

ERIK AMLEE
(solo sitar explorations - raga & incense like it's 1967)


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July 28, 2003
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August 10, 2003
5:30-7:30pm

GENERAL BODY MEETING
Our twice-monthly collective meeting. One-and-a-half hours(okay, sometimes two) of participatory democracy, followed by snacks and fun. Not a member yet? Write volunteer@flywheelarts.org.


CLOSED FOR REPAIRS


August 12, 2003
7-8pm
FREE

NEW MEMBER OPEN HOUSE
A quick introduction to Flywheel for those interested in volunteering at shows, joining the collective, or otherwise keep the 'Wheel spinning. We'll tell you how it works behind the scenes, what to expect as a member, and how you can get involved. PLEASE ARRIVE ON TIME - There's a show at 8 following the open house and we will be moving at a steady clip. For more info contact volunteer@flywheelarts.org.


CLOSED FOR REPAIRS


August 13, 2003
8 pm
$5

MOLOTOV MOUTHS OUTSPOKEN WORD TROUPE
**THIS GREAT SHOW HAS BEEN MOVED TO THE SCHOOLHOUSE IN HADLEY - 30 West St. (off Rte. 9) due to renovations.** A political, but rockin' multi-cultural group, The Molotov Mouths Outspoken Word Troupe has a simple mission: to jump-start creative works of the political imagination in these mad times. The focus is social justice. No slogans, no dogma, just powerful writing that never forgets which side of the barricades it is on. They aren't waiting for permission to approach the hallowed Ivory Tower or enter the Slam kingdom. Positively shining with subversive solidarity, these stories and poems will make even your mom consider joining the revolution. "If there were ever a time for Molotov Mouths, it's now." -- Luis Rodriguez, award-winning author of Always Running: La Vida Loca, Gang Days in LA


August 15, 2003
8pm
$5

GRUVFACTORY
(progressive jam rock from Middletown CT)

STEEL REHOUSE
(old school jam from Westbrook CT)

BUNJI

**THIS SHOW HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO DELAYS IN ELECTRICAL WORK CLEAN-UP** SORRY


August 16, 2003
9:00AM

BENEFIT TAG SALE & RECORD FAIR
Lots of good stuff, including many records donated by Mystery Train. Join us at Memorial Hall Parking Lot, on the Easthampton Rotary. *If you have items to donate, contact info@flywheelarts.org.

Tag Sale will be held at the Memorial Bldg. parking lot, on the rotary. 9-4PM. Details TK.


August 17, 2003
7PM
$5

DISCREET MUSIC
Including members of Steve Deptula, Hnatiw and Torn Hnatow. Featuring Jeremy Smith on the drums. You don't wanna miss this one folks!

DIAGRAM A
You know him, you love him, he'll scare the crap out of you!!

YONK-YONK
Yonk Yonk features Steve Zultanski on guitar and vocals, ben hersey on guitar, sampler and voice and george w myers on drums.

BELLTONESUICIDE
A one man machine

USAISAMONSTER
100% Pure Condensed Insanity

******FLYWHEEL BENEFIT SHOW******


August 21, 2003
6:00PM and 8:00PM
FREE

RADICAL SUMMER FILM SERIES:
Revolutionary Marlon Brando Double Feature!

BURN!
Revolutionary fervor on a Caribbean island. - 6:00PM

VIVA ZAPATA!
Starring Brando as Emiliano Zapata - 8:00PM

Presented by Up the Ante!, a local anarchist bimonthly publication.

Optional donations to benefit Up the Ante!, a publication of the Valley Anarchist Organization.


August 23, 2003
6:00 PM
$5.00

HOLDING THE KNIFE

HYDRAULIC SANDWICH
plays loud, edgy, punk music with a touch of pop, a dash of metal and some ska thrown in here and there for good measure.

ONCE AND FOR ALL

SHOOT TO KILL
fast hardcore punk band from wmass.


August 24, 2003
7:00 PM
$5.00

BISHOP ALLEN
Headlining band from Brooklyn, New York. Purveyors of pop songs & elbow grease. Featuring a live recording session of this show.

BOURGEOIS HEROES
a delightful duo from New Haven, CT. playing songs that are very 60's pop.

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This show with Bishop Allen will be recorded live. The recording will be a continuous recording without stops and repetiton of songs unless something drastic happens during the show and the song will have to be repeated. This show is also being videotaped for possible showing on several cable tv systems and for video tapes. After the show there will be a party for the band and attending Flywheel members, crew and patrons. Publicity photos will be taken and video taping with attending patrons and band members. You can also get autographs and talk with the band members.


August 27, 2003
6:30-8:30pm

GENERAL BODY MEETING
Our twice-monthly collective meeting. One-and-a-half hours(okay, sometimes two) of participatory democracy, followed by snacks and fun. Not a member yet? Write volunteer@flywheelarts.org.


August 29, 2003
7pm
$5

THE WARREN COMMISSION
LAST SHOW EVER ? Local Indie rock in the vein of Discount, Jejune and Velocity Girl. Last show!

MINUS A MAP
Post indie rockers from Wmass!

THE FEDERAL PAPER

ROTTEN FUN
Pop punk/indie stuff from wmass.


August 30, 2003
7 PM
$5

AKIDA & JOLYNN
A daring girl/guy duo, who mix many forms of electronic music (glitch-hop/nu wave/electro/ & IDM while pausing to relax to ambient) into one set.

HNATIW
The brothers Hnatow are cooking beats to feed to your feet!!!

NEWSAY
Lo-Fi punk rock techno

DEFLATOR MOUSE
(((((((A whole new world of unsuspected sounds on instruments obedient to pure thought)))))))

/DEV/NULL
!#%&*Necrobeastial Sado-Breaks!@$^&*


September 4, 2003
8:00PM
$3 - $5

THE AUTONOMADIC BOOKMOBILE AND MEDICINE SHOW
(Step right up! The Autonomadic Bookmobile and Medicine Show is coming to town, bringing theory and throwing knives, the Human Blockhead and Hakim Bey, clowns and Chomsky...

***The Autonomadic Bookmobile will be parked on Main St. in downtown Northampton on Sept. 3 and Sept 4. Housed in a brightly painted circus truck, it distributes small press fiction, dissenting media, and self-published zines on streets from coast to coast... The live medicine show, touting the Bookmobile's wares will be presented by the Bookmobile's drivers Okra P Dingle and Dr. Flumux on the evening of Sept 4 at Flywheel. Here, the sideshow specialists will demonstate the miraculous powers good reading has afforded them: dancing on broken glass, performing psychic surgery, climbing ladders of swords, throwing axes while tapdancing and much more***


September 5, 2003
7pm
$5

SKARMY OF DARKNESS
Wmass ska!

NAKATOMI PLAZA
Screamy Screamo hardcore/inde rock stuff from NY.

RACHEL JACOBS
Amazing acoustic indie rock stuff from Long Island,NY.

SIX FINGER
Wmass Pop punk


September 7, 2003
7:30
$7

***FLYWHEEL BENEFIT SHOW***
Help Flywheel get new electrical wiring and a new carpet for the performance space and see a great show to boot!

TED LEO
(the punk poet from NJ plays a solo set)

2600
(brilliant songwriting and inventive acoustic guitar work, make this duo like no other in the valley. catch them if you can)

†HE MALARKIES
(fantastic brooklyn,NY duo that brings the vocal melodies and the pop-country hooks like nobodys business)


September 8, 2003
8:00PM
$5

PANICSVILLE BOOKED BY CHRIS C
Chicago cockroach friends, who have the better half of a split with Wolf Eyes

DIAGRAM: A
Hey, kid! Stop all your downloadin! B-movie special effects logic applied to the gore of mangled circuitry.

IDEA FIRE COMPANY
a tour through the antique synth museum, curated by curmudgeonly bastards who know what's good for you

abstract analog electronics played by realistic biological people


September 9, 2003
7-8pm

NEW MEMBER OPEN HOUSE

(For those interested in volunteering at shows, joining the collective, or booking their own events here in a spirit of mutual support. Starts promptly at 7pm! Lots of information, but no commitment necessary. For more info, contact volunteer@flywheelarts.org.)


September 10, 2003
6:30pm
Free to be

FUN NITE
Three steps to fun: Step 1 = Potluck. Bring something to eat. Step 2 = Games. Pictionary, pinochle... the sky's the limit, babe. Step 3 = A FREE SCREENING of classic 70's film BILLY JACK, about an idealistic hippie school, the small-minded good ole boys who threaten the hippies and native American kids with violence, and the love and conflict between Billy Jack, who believes in the right to self-defense, and his pacifist girlfriend, who runs the school. If you can get through this with a dry eye, I don't know which side of the revolution you're on! (Added bonus: This movie features Howard Hessman of 'WKRP in Cincinnati' prior to his role in that watershed sitcom!) Popcorn provided.


September 12, 2003
8 pm
$5

FLYWHEEL BENEFIT SHOW

CYCLUB

THURSTON MOORE/CHRIS CORSANO/PAUL FLAHERTY DREAM/ACTION UNIT

HAWNAY TROOF

Flywheel Benefit Booked by Kristin B.


September 13, 2003
6 PM

BOURGEOIS HEROES
A delightful duo from New Haven. A boy and a girl, both of them very small and both of them very nice and sort of shy. Both of them looking super-mod with ties and blue jackets.

THE BATTLECATS
The Battlecats are three sharply dressed young people who bang out a primitive and catchy garage-rock racket. While, some people are pretenders to the garage-rock throne, The Battlecats are the real deal. Their music is loud and crude with just the right touch of snotty attitude.

SCHOOL FOR THE DEAD
"Henning's School for the Dead" is the cleanest piece of pop music to come out of Northampton in a while. While he'd also make it in the lands of R.E.M. and Husker Dü, Ohlenbusch is a model of Western Massachusetts pop... (he) has a penchant for saying things how they really are." --Josh Shear, Chicopee Herald


September 14, 2003
5:30 - 7:30pm

GENERAL BODY MEETING
Our twice-monthly collective meeting. One-and-a-half hours(okay, sometimes two) of participatory democracy, followed by snacks and fun. Not a member yet? Write volunteer@flywheelarts.org.


September 17, 2003
8:00pm
$5.00

TRIO CHROCH
from Denmark; "The trio's capacity for conjuring up imaginative sonic territories and exploring them with a thoroughness which never becomes merely homogeneous is a rare thing indeed." -- Richard Cochrane

BARN OWL
the strangest teens of all!

Flywheel New Music Series. Other bands TBA.


September 18, 2003
7:30 PM
5$

SUBMISSION HOLD
a Ebullition records band from British Columbia with male and female vocals with music ranging between post hardcore and the sounds of bands like The Ex.

ROOM 108

TBA

this is a last minute show put together because Submission Hold's show at AS220 in Providence fell through. please come through and support a great band! this show will also feature two other bands TBA.

Submission Hold are on tour so most of the door money will go to them, the other bands playing are most likely local bands, so the rest of the money brought in will be donated to Flywheel.


September 19, 2003
6:30-10:00
$2

A BOY NAMED PIP
Friendly amherst rock grunge

LEGEND OF '88
Melodic Intense Rock

THE SKATAMATICS
8 piece jewfro ska-core with rap influences


September 20, 2003
8:00pm

RED DOOR EXCHANGE
(local piano-guitar-drums trio that are turning heads with great songwriting and beautiful melodies)

KMKZ

ONE MORE TBA


September 24, 2003
6:30-8:30pm

GENERAL BODY MEETING
Our twice-monthly collective meeting. One-and-a-half hours(okay, sometimes two) of participatory democracy, followed by snacks and fun. Not a member yet? Write volunteer@flywheelarts.org.


September 26, 2003
5PM sharp door@4PM
$5

AARON SPECTRE
(NYC) Part of the F:T:H Tour. From deep ambient to glitchy idm / experimental to hard jungle - usually dark, sometimes chill, always quality. Has remixed Nine Inch Nails. The F:T:H FALL-TOUR 2003 is the road version of F:T:H, the NYC-based series of electronic musicians and video artists collaborating in digital creativity and improvisation. F:T:H is organized and run by ADAM KENDALL OF HELLBENDER FILM PROJEKT, and COREY H. MAASS (AKA SECRET AGENT GEL) of THE KIDS ARE BORED.

DANIEL WARNER
(HAMPSHIRE COLLEGE) Avant-garde electronica.

WATER MEETS ELECTRICITY
(Providence)Fusing ambient, breakbeat and avant garde techno styles while incorporating live instruments, performance poetry & turntableism to funkify and terrify, never imitate.

NEWSAY
(AMHERST) Lo-fi punk rock techno.

EREM (AKA THE DUSTMITE)
(PROVIDENCE) Soundscaping side project of The Dustmite.

SIMEX
(WOLLASTON) Detroit-style techno imbued with ambient textures.

NEWSAY
(Amherst)Lo-Fi punk rock techno.

TINTINTIO
(AMHERST) Founders of Bitshift (DOWCET + TORE OLSSON).

OCTOBER71
(PROVIDENCE) Experimental electronic circuitbending artist.

SIOKAOS
(AMHERST) Exploring the circuits of insanity.

**********INTERGRATED ELECTRONIC LIVING********** A TWO DAY ELECTRONIC MUSIC FESTIVAL, FEATURING SOME OF THE BEST EXPERIMENTAL/ELECTRONIC MUSIC FROM NYC,PROVIDENCE,BOSTON,WESTERN MASS,AND EVERYWHERE IN BETWEEN!!!!************************************************************************************************************************ GILES HENDRIX, CJAXX, and DANIEL VATSKY (NEW YORK) F:T:H video artists, providing video throughout the night. Live laptop mixing and analog-style techniques. Featuring compositional and improvisational elements that evolve beyond club-based "eye-candy" and into visceral, engaging live performances. *********************************************************************************************************** Sponsored by The Kids Are Bored.


September 27, 2003
5PM sharp door@4PM
$5

SECRET AGENT GEL
(NYC)Part of the F:T:H Tour. Fine beats by a man in a sharp suit. The F:T:H Fall Tour 2003 is a road version of F:T:H, the NYC-based series of electronic musicians and video artists collaborating in digital creativity and improvisation. F:T:H is a NYC-based monthly multimedia event of electronic musicians and video artists collaborating in live digital creativity and improvisation. F:T:H is organized and run by Adam Kendall of Hellbender Film Projekt (www.hellbender.org) and Corey H. Maass (aka Secret Agent Gel) of www.TheKidsAreBored.com.

ADAM KENDALL OF HELLBENDER FILM PROJEKT
(NYC) Part of the F:T:H Tour. Dense, pulsing, ambient-oriented music with a hybrid setup of computer software and purely analog equipment.

F:T:H VIDEO ARTISTS
GILES HENDRIX, CJAXX, and DANIEL VATSKY (NEW YORK), providing video for Secret Agent Gel and Adam Kendall of the Hellbender Film Projekt. Live laptop mixing and analog-style techniques. Featuring compositional and improvisational elements that evolve beyond club-based "eye-candy" and into visceral, engaging live performances.

HNATIW
(Ukraine)Two crazy mofo's who bring the beats like nobody's business!

BRACE
(BOSTON) His virus will infect your brain.

/DEV/NULL
(AMHERST) Necrobestial sado-breaks, soon to be released on TIGERBEAT6 RECORDS.

SOPLERFO
(BOSTON) Warm electronics with found sounds.

BELLTONESUICIDE
(HELL) A one man machine.

BRITTNEY SPARSE
(BOSTON) Ground up found sound and blip-funk.

**********INTERGRATED ELECTRONIC LIVING********** A TWO DAY ELECTRONIC MUSIC FESTIVAL, FEATURING SOME OF THE BEST EXPERIMENTAL/ELECTRONIC MUSIC FROM NYC,PROVIDENCE,BOSTON,WESTERN MASS,AND EVERYWHERE IN BETWEEN!!!! Sponsored by The Kids Are Bored.*********************************************


October 1, 2003
6:30
Free to Be

RETURN OF FUN NITE
Kick off a month of spooky fun with a night of probably-not-very-spooky fun. This one is a two-step: 1. Potluck - Bring food to share. 2. Games - BYO favorite games, or just bring your own sweet self. There'll be fun for everyone!


October 5, 2003
5:00 PM
$4.00

SUBSTATIC
A 4-piece rad-core band drawing influence from metal, hardcore, emo and punk.

SPITTLE
A 4-piece garage-hard-core band that will open the show up with an energetic vibe.

HYDRAULIC SANDWICH
A 4-piece punk band.

BENEFIT SHOW FOR FLYWHEEL
Help support Flywheel. Net proceeds go to the Flywheel's General or Renovation Fund.

FLYWHEEL BENEFIT SHOW. Starts at 5:30 PM / Doors open at 5:00 PM / Ends at 8:00 PM


October 5, 2003
8:00 AM-3:00 PM
n/a

BISHOP ALLEN MIXING SESSION & HALTED PROGRESS MASTERING
Open Session. This is a remix session of the Bishop Allen sound track for the video along with mastering the Halted Progress CD. Anyone interested in seeing how a mixing and mastering session is done may come.


October 7, 2003
8 PM
Free

EPISODE 1: THE SEVERED HEAD

EPISODE 2: THE RING THAT KILLS

EPISODE 3: THE RED CODE BOOK

EPISODE 4: THE SPECTOR

********************************************************** Night One. Louis Feuillade's silent ten part serial Les Vampires (1915) is a surrealistic delight. A criminal gang, Les Vampires, terrifies bourgeois Paris, while foppish investigative reporter Philippe Guerande tries to end their reign of terror. At the gang's center is the charismatic Irma Vep. The movie abounds with secret passageways, poison rings, secret code, and disguises. It literally looks like an Edward Gorey drawing come to life. The video is scored. 114 minutes.


October 8, 2003
8:00 PM
$5

WAYNE ROGERS UNIT
Wayne,Kate,Terri,Tom and Dave-The Twisted Village super group playing songs from Wayne's solo records.Rocktastic!!!!

TREPHINATED MIND RAMBLERS
Bring your own drill......


October 12, 2003
5:30pm

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING
Our twice-monthly collective meeting. One-and-a-half hours(okay, sometimes two) of participatory democracy, followed by snacks and fun. Not a member yet? Write volunteer@flywheelarts.org.


October 12, 2003
8:00pm
$5.00

BARN OWL
got no tactics, got no time on hand

PARADISE CAMP 23
100% pure psychedelic noise freakout!

LARRY MAROTTA
guitarist from Columbus, OH: "His experimental music focuses on the acoustic guitar in a free improvisational context, attempting to strip the world’s most popular instrument of its monolithic pop culture connotations." He also did the scores for several Buster Keaton films that were recently shown on TNT.


October 14, 2003
8:30 PM
Free

EPISODE 5: THE DEAD MAN

EPISODE 6: HYPNOTIC EYES

********************************************************** Night Two. Louis Feuillade's surrealistic silent serial Les Vampires continues. Les Vampires find themselves trailed by a rival gang leader, Moreno, bent on revenge--and capturing Irma Vep. Can they withstand his powers of mesmer? And what is investigative reporter Phillippe Guerande up to during all this? 89 minutes.


October 14, 2003
7-8pm

NEW MEMBER OPEN HOUSE

(For those interested in volunteering at shows, joining the collective, or booking their own events here in a spirit of mutual support. A lot of information, but no obligation! Starts promptly at 7pm. For more info: volunteer@flywheelarts.org)


October 18, 2003
6:00
$4.00

SEVEN DAY DESCENT
--4 piece metalcore band that'll rock ya long and hard, yet still leave time for the mexican hat dance.--

SUBSTATIC
--4 piece rad-core band drawing influence from metal, hardcore, emo, and punk.--

SPITTLE
--garage hardcore that kicks your butt with the songs that never end.--

A BOY NAMED PIP
--your local friendly garage/grunge rockers.--

THIS IS A FLYWHEEL BENEFIT SHOW. THIS MEANS ALL MONEY GOES TO THE FLYWHEEL. PLEASE COME AND SUPPORT A GREAT LOCAL VENUE!


October 19, 2003
8:00PM
$5

VIALKA
Intercontinental bass-n-drum duo not entirely unlike some madcap Ruins-The Ex bubble machine

GROUND MONKEYS
free improv guitar/drums duo dabbling in spontaneous intensity and intuitive anticipation. exploring the interface of human intention and incidental electronic noise.

YONK YONK
"The fierce "yonk-yonk" that issued from the 'gator's throat proved that the aquatic beast was fully enraged." - from City of Ghosts, by Maxwell Grant


October 19, 2003
2:00pm

NEW MEMBER OPEN HOUSE
(Come find out how to become part of what makes Flywheel tick - whether helping a shows a couple of times a month, or a more in-depth experience. A zippy 1-hour rundown with SNAX. Starts *promptly* at 2:00. Come on down!)


October 21, 2003
8 PM
Free

EPISODE 7: SATANAS

EPISODE 8: THE THUNDER MASTER

********************************************************** Night Three. Louis Feuillade's surrealistic silent serial Les Vampires draws closer to an end. The Grand Vampire, Satanas, draws Moreno and Irma Vep back into the Vampire fold, into new schemes. The law captures Irma, and she must escape exile from an Algerian penal colony. A very large cannon plays a part in both plots. 92 minutes.


October 23, 2003
7pm
$5

VOTE TOBY
post indie rockers from Chicago

THE ENDING
In the vein of Gameface/Farside from Western Mass.

THE NEW HOLLYWOOD
Female fronted emo/screamo stuff from Wmass!


October 25, 2003
8:00pm
$5

GOLDEN BALL
(get on the psych-folk bandwagon)

CHRISTOPHER FAIRBANKS CARLTON
(a solo set from the main man behind the new harmful)

GUESTS TBA


October 28, 2003
8 PM
Free

EPISODE 9: THE POISONER

EPISODE 10: THE TERRIBLE WEDDING

********************************************************* LAST NIGHT! Louis Feuillade's surrealistic silent serial Les Vampires closes. Venomous, a master of the poisonous arts, wages chemical war against Phillippe Guerande and his family, amd Irma Vep must infilitrate Guerande's fiance's flat to carry out the fiendish plot. Vep and Venomous have a little wedding of their own. 106 minutes.


October 29, 2003
7:30sharp-9:30

GENERAL BODY MEETING
--- NOTE TIME CHANGE. THIS MEETING WILL START AT 7:30PM SHARP!.....Meeting for members. This is what democracy looks like! (Or *one* of the things it looks like, anyway.)


October 31, 2003
7:00-10:00
free

HALLOWEEN SPOOK-TACULAR
Come join the freaks and fiends at Flywheel’s Ghoulish Gala, if you dare! Creepy cuisine, costume contest, & acts to delight and fright. Fiendish fun for all ages.


November 1, 2003
door 7pm, show 8pm
$5

CASUAL DOTS
(Washington DC rock'n'roll from former members of Quix*o*tic, Bikini Kill and Deep Lust)

THE CHEMICAL WEDDING
(Hitherto unknown offering of image and sound...watch the changes in her eyes)

PERFECT NONSENSE
(Making their debut Flywheel performance)

PEACE ATTACK
(Making their 2nd ever Flywheel performance )

DJ MISS BETH G
*spinning throughout the evening*

POTLUCK
*Recover from previous night's frightful Flywheel fun with a potluck dinner at 7pm. Bring food to share! The show begins at 8pm*


November 2, 2003
7:30PM
FREE

FERAL VISION ROADSHOW
A travelling presentation on origins and the future primitive.....against civilization, and for a reconnection to LIFE! Featuring subversive videos and propaganda; radical acoustic music; networking and conversations (and respectful, critical debate) about the green anarchist vision of a post-industrial, post-capitalist world, the need for decentralized, bioregional, autonomous communities, and the potential emergence of a neo-luddite uprising against Civilization.

For information on green anarchy, visit www.greenanarchy.org or www.blackandgreen.org.

probably will be afternoon & evening


November 4, 2003
8 pm
$5

BONFIRE MADIGAN

OKKERVIL RIVER

CYCLUB


November 5, 2003
7pm
$5

CAPTURED BY ROBOTS!
Captured! By Robots! Performs THE TEN COMMANDENTS! The Players are: Charlton Heston As Moses: JBOT. Yul Brenner As Rameses: Gtrbot666. Ann Baxter as Nefreteri: Drmbpt 0110. Edward G. Robinson As Dathan: Automation. God OF Abraham: The Ape which Has No Name. Baby Jesus: Son Of The Ape which has no name. Angel Of Death: The Headless Hornsmen.

BARN OWL

SAVING FACE
Punk Rock from the soul! Hailing out of Madison,Wisconsin


November 6, 2003
6:30pm
FREE!

FUN NITE! (NOW WITH 10% MORE FUN!)
Bringing you even more fun than the fun you had that time before. 6:30 - Potluck. Bring food to share. After that - Games. Bring games or just bring your smiling face. ...For kids, grown-ups, everybody! Hooray for Fun Nite!


November 8, 2003
7 pm
$5

FLYWHEEL BENEFIT!!!!

NO WAVE RADIO
Super Mega Awesome pop punk anthems, formerly known as Honkey Dorey

HNATIW
We are brothers living in the 1980's

FIGHT FOR YOUR LIFE
Crazy Western Mass Hardcore

FETUS GOT A NEW HAIRCUT
experiMENTALpsychofreakout from Hampshire College

SILENCE THE WAKE
Rockin band from Flint Michigan....JUST ADDED!!!!


November 9, 2003
8:00pm
$5.00

JOHN WILKES BOOZE
from Bloomington, IN: "the best damned R&B band to crawl out of the quarries and strap it up electrical style to shake it for the fever and the glory."

THE BEARS
you know them, you love them. and if you don't know them, you'll love them.


November 9, 2003
5:30-7:30 PM

GENERAL BODY MEETING
Our twice-monthly collective meeting. One-and-a-half hours(okay, sometimes two) of participatory democracy, followed by snacks and fun. Not a member yet? Write volunteer@flywheelarts.org.


November 11, 2003
7-8pm

NEW MEMBER OPEN HOUSE

(Find out what it's like to volunteer at shows, participate in the collective, or book your own events here in a spirit of mutual support. Lots of information, but no obligation. Starts *promptly* at 7pm. More info: volunteer@flywheelarts.org.)


November 12, 2003
8:00pm
$5

DISCHARGE INFORMATION SYSTEM
(distorted cello with drums. time signatures galore. queer styleee.)

SECRET COCK
(classic {cock}rock inspired queer band from Boston. hot licks indeed)

VOLCANO IM STILL EXCITED!!
(NY trio, by way of Austin, TX, that Time Out NY describes as: "...'68 Beatles, '78 punk, and '88 Old Wave sanded down to indie-pop played hard.")


November 14, 2003
5:30 / 8pm rock
free / $3

GALLERY OPENING: "MICRORAVE"
(MicroRave Reception begins at 5:30 and is free; Celebratory Rock Show starts at 8pm for $3.00)

WITH TOTALLY LIVE MUSIC BY:
Yours Truly (Boston) Anthro Rex (w.mass) Dr. Doo & DJ Jazzy Jess (w.mass) Bromp Treb (w. mass!) and more awesomeness TBA

TO CELEBRATE GALLERY SHOW NOV. 14 - DEC. 13
Nov. 14th - Dec. 13th. C.A.R.S. presents "MicroRave" at the Flywheel Gallery. featuring: Frankie Martin (Milwaukee, WI) Cory Arcangel / Beige (NYC) Catch A Rising Star (w.mass)

CORY ARCHANGEL / BEIGE

FRANKIE MARTIN
Frankie's showing is "Freezy Freakout" which was just on display at Project Room in Philadelphia, PA. Along with many other projects to her credit she is also responsible for: http://www.geocities.com/emotionsneakers Emotions is a collaborative effort by Frankie Martin and Tyson Reeder. In addition to being sneaker customizers and sneaker sculptors, Emotions is also a DJ group and a band. During live events, Emotions features Tyson and Frankie, a disco light ball, rollerskates, and clear armbands and fanny packs which hold the supplies necessary for the serious business of sneaker sculpting. Both Tyson and Frankie work on art projects outside of the Emotions collaborative, and in September 2003, Frankie will show a new site-specific installation/event at Project Room. RECENT SHOWS The Stray Show (art fair) Chicago, IL May 2003 Camp Cult curated by Scott Hug @ Scope Art Fair NY, NY March 2003 Teenage Rebel curated by Scott Hug @ John Connelly Presents NY,NY January 2003 Street Smart curated by Simon Watson @ Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago, IL Dec 2002 La Superette curated by Tali Hinkis @ Cuchifritos NY,NY December 2002

CATCH A RISING STAR
Catch A Rising Star is a collaborative effort between Paper Rad and breaking world records being both a visual, musical and psychedelic experience.

BREAKING WORLD RECORDS
The Motown of Hadley

PAPER RAD
Unofficial Bubble Puppy videographers and visual poets drawing from Garfield, Homer, and My Little Pony.


November 15, 2003
7:00 PM
$5

SHENZHOU 5
featuring members of the psych/drone band Lockgroove as well as Seana Carmody(on Kimchee Records) from Swirlies and Syrup USA. Check this out!!!!

VICTORY AT SEA
a furios rock trio with such great emotion

COMMON COLD

DISCREET MUSIC
Super eclectic mayhem, sometimes soft and fluffy, other times so funky it smells. Featuring The Hnatow bro., Jeremy Smith, and of course Steve Deptula.


November 16, 2003
4:30PM
5 bux

MENTAL

Mental are from Boston, and this show will be a benefit for a yoga space in Noho and proceeds will also go to Flywheel.


November 17, 2003
8:00PM
$5

BURNING STAR CORE
Duets for violin and rusty chain, including Hair Police member(s); "more Sonny Sharrock than Tony Conrad" - The Wire

NOUMENA
guitar and laptop and failure, sweet failure

THE DREAM/ACTION UNIT
aka Corsano/Flaherty/Moore, cooking up some spicy drum/sax/guitar soup

Midwestern Noise Will Rise Again!


November 20, 2003
8 PM
$5

THE SHINTH TOUR
Twig Harper (Nautical Almanac), Rotten Milk, and Fashion Flesh demonstrate the dissolution of the biological-electrical interface

The Shinth Tour: Here comes a mad scientist and some mad circuit benders. Peter B has created several original musical instruments, called shinths, which are circuit boards filled with invisible twittering machines. They have no inputs or outputs- they require circuit benders, who make music out of the process of breaking electronics. The upcoming tour will feature other unusual electronic instruments, rollable synthesizers, coats with electronic bells inside, and the shinths themselves, which are modeled after life preservers. No rules, just a constant tag team of short sets between performers Twig Harper (of Nautical Almanac), John Fashion Flesh (of the Super Madrigal Brothers), and other acts.


November 21, 2003
7 PM
$5

THE 3RD ESTATE
Featuring members of belltonesuicide and Fun Strength bringing you new experiments in sound.

MELODIC INTERVALS IN TIM(E)
A Hnatow performing solo. He may play electronics, or he may play an acoustic guitar. Whatever he plays will tickle your fancy!

INDOMITABLE H.
Sweet-voiced Helen Harrison having a one-night divorce from Chemical Wedding.

DJ MISS BETH G
Spinning laidback,pretty musics between the acts.

An informal happening to ease you into the holiday season. There's a potluck at 7 PM, and the show starts at 8 PM. No family squabbles will follow.


November 22, 2003
7pm
$5

THRILLPILLOW

PAUL SCHNEIDER
Careening from Smiths and Costello inspired indie-pop, to Parsons style country, to the moodier rock of English shoegazers from NY.

2600
Local acoustic indie rock (ex:warren commission)

STRIKE THE COLORS
CT Indie rock


November 23, 2003
8pm
$5

PARADISE CAMP 23
(cubist psychedelic freakout & abtract magickal improvisation. Immanentizing the Eschaton in the '03.)

BRIGHT
(NE spacerock supernova riding the universal cosmic groove)

THE H IS SILENT
(CccRrrAaaZzzYyy Noize, featuring the mysterious third brother.....(earplugs required))

+ WEIRD SHORTS

CD Release Party for PC23's latest studio extravangaza, "The Grassy Knoll".


THERE IS NO GENERAL BODY MEETING TONIGHT
Gobble, gobble.


THERE IS NO GENERAL BODY MEETING TONIGHT
Have a great night!


December 4, 2003
7 PM
$5

CANCELLED

CANCELLED

CANCELLED

I regret to inform you that the Accelera Deck, Chuck Bettis and tintintio show has been cancelled. Due to unforseen circumstances, Accelera Deck is cancelling the rest of his East Coast tour dates. As AD was Chuck Bettis' ride to Flywheel, he will not be able to make tonight's show. I'm sorry to disappoint you. The good news is both AD and CB will be rescheduling their visits to Flywheel. CB will be touring with his band the Dorkestra in February. The Dorkestra is composed of CB on laptop, Catherine Pancake on drums and hydrophone, Bob Wagner on drums and electronics and Tom Boram on synth. They have a cd out on heresee records. They will play Flywheel on or around Valentine's Day. No date is set yet for AD's rescheduled visit to Flywheel. Thanks for your patience! Best Regards, Miss Beth G.


December 5, 2003
8:00pm
$5.00

BARN OWL'S 3RD ANNUAL HOLIDAY DEPRESSION SPECTACULAR!

FEATURING

BARN OWL
playing to videos by Helen Harrison!

BENGEORGE7

CHICKEN MCHEAD

DJ MISS BETH G!

BELLTONE SUICIDE

PLUS THE WORLD'S FIRST BARN OWL TRIBUTE BAND!

a benefit for Flywheel!


December 6, 2003
7:00-9:30
$1

JONNY WOW
Energized Indie Rock

THE UNSOUND METHODS
Chill Swinging Blues

JULIA ADOLPHE
Mellow Acoustic Rock

CATRIN LOYD-BULLORD
Endearing beautiful goodness


December 9, 2003
7pm (sharp!) - 8pm
Free

NEW MEMBER OPEN HOUSE
(Find out how you can get involved! Have a few hours a month to staff a show? Got a crazy dream? Want to discover the power of collective democracy in action? Well give you a peek behind the scenes in one breathless hour. Can't make Tuesday nights? Write volunteer@flywheelarts.org)


December 11, 2003
7PM
$5

SUPER MEGA ELECTRONIC DANCE PARTY!!!!!!!!!!!
Bring your dance shoes!!!!!!!!!!!

SKISM
NewYork Hardcore, using classic Roland gear.

HNATIW
THE Electribe acid masters.

/DEV/NULL/
Music thats so crazy you'll think your sane!

THE FREAKQUONOX
Fresh from a summer-long seclusion in the high hills of New Hampshire comes the Freakquonox; abstract drum-n-bass module tweaking with excessive beats and filters, slippery melodies going forward/backwards/sideways. (“Do you like four-on-the-floor?”)

THE SCIENCE COUNCIL
East coast collaborators The Science Council rewrite laws of physics using broad strokes and sweeping generalizations.

HNATIW CD RELEASE PARTY....PLUS COME AND GET A FREE HNATIW PIN(NEW DESIGN) VIDEO PROJECTIONS BY DAN MILLMAN


December 12, 2003
8:00
$3

MICRORAVE II: GALLERY CLOSING & ROCK SHOW!
Celebrate the closing of Catch A Rising Star's first gallery exhibition! Dance the night away with Frankie's Eskimos and a star-studded lineup of musical performers, including the ever-ephemeral Future Freakout and DJ Jazzy Jess.*****Visual/Installation artists:

CORY ARCHANGEL / BEIGE
("Video Ravings" - a reprogrammed Nintendo cartridge featuring a most beloved character.)

MORE ABOUT CORY / BEIGE

FRANKIE MARTIN
("Freezy Freakout" - a psychedelic / rave / disco igloo with flashing dance floor that you can dance in! Frankie is also known for Emotions, a collaborative project with Tyson Reeder featuring sneaker art and DJ group & band.)

CATCH A RISING STAR
(a collaborative effort between Paper Rad and

BREAKING WORLD RECORDS.
Reliving scenes from your 7th-grade notebook.) (Check the links!)


December 13, 2003
7:30pm
5 $

PARKER HILL
Boston based rock. good stuff

THE NEW HOLLYWOOD
W.Mass based 3 peice churnin out some explosions of rock

DJ 12XU
local dj part of the Mystic Sound Systems crew will play some fat beats and rhythms.

BUZZ

TBA

unfortunately the Debras are no longer a band, but there are some new additions to this show to ensure fun times.


December 14, 2003
5:30-7:30 PM

***CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER***ANNUAL MEETING AND GENERAL BODY MEETING
This meeting will be rescheduled for next weekend. Will be posted soon


December 16, 2003
7:30
$5

VIA SATELLITE
(dirty indie/electronic in the Radiohead vein. featuring members of The Album Leaf. from San Diego, CA)

XAVIER BLACK
(fragile, jagged, engaging, acoustic melancholy. from 'round here)


December 18, 2003
7:30pm
$3/donat.

COMEDY IMPROV NIGHT
(A participatory evening of theatre games, skits and improvisation. While it is not "Whose Line Is It Anyways" it is a place for beginners and for those with a little experience to play with improv.)


December 19, 2003
8:00PM
$5

DARK INSIDE THE SUN
Dressed like a deranged WAC and carrying an arsenal of broken drumsticks, Dark Inside the Sun, a solo 'thing' by an anonymous member of 7 Year Rabbit Cycle, will be beating on guitars, singing into drums, crashing into keyboard, and breaking the broken sticks even more before settling into a few quiet acoustic songs that have made (a few) people cry. Not to be missed.

FAT WORM OF ERROR
unwinding jitterbug flailings, run through the Rock Emulator 533QT appendage.

COUGHS
a 7 person double percussion group - a slightly politicized hybrid of teenage jesus and the jerks and duotron!

VAMPIRE BELT
"a complete and total mess of a guitar/vocals versus drums/bass/defecto-electronics duo-exchange featuring ex-members of Katellus and The Stabs--not exactly supergroup material. Mssrs. Nace and Corsano are built for neither comfort nor speed so much as slow disquiet." - Dr. Chester F. Burnett, Professor of Musicology and Business Management, Camden County College (Cherry Hill Division).


December 20, 2003
6pm
$5

THE MODERN DAY SAINT

CYCLUB
local punk/pop/indie rockers

RACHEL JACOBS
Acoustic indie rock from Long Island.NY

TIGER LOU
Acoustic Singer/songwriter from Stockholm,Sweden.

HOMAGE TO CATALONIA
Acoustic folk-punk from Washington,DC.

MALACHI CONSTANT

ACOUSTIC SHOW


December 21, 2003
5:30pm
Free

GENERAL BODY|ANNUAL MEETING
Hey lets vote in our new officers and talk about things....Everyone is welcome.


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December 24, 2003
6:30-8:30 PM

THERE IS NO GENERAL BODY MEETING TONIGHT
Happy Holidays!


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January 5, 2004
7 PM
n/a

5TH ANNIVERSARY MEETING
This meeting concerns the 5th Anniversary of Flywheel. This is the first of several meetings where plans will be drawn up for festivities to take place on March 26 to 28, 2004. Anyone having ideas that they would like to see at the festivities should come to the meetings to discuss them.


January 10, 2004
7pm
$5

CHARLENE WILSON
Charlene Wilson is an up and coming contemporary folk singer/songwriter whose melodic voice and acoustic guitar rhythms produce a sound that is uniquely her own. Her poignant and playful lyrics paired with a musical vitality easily makes this young singer a favorite among listeners.

POST BREAK TRAGEDY
NJ indie rock stuff. Formed in the winter of 2001 with the purpose of writing songs that you can rock out to.

FAR CRY FLY
Far Cry Fly is an energetic acoustic rock band based out of Connecticut. Since 1998, Far Cry Fly's energetic performances have been bringing people out into different venues.

MIKE LASALA
Mike Lasala is a New Haven, CT based singer / songwriter who merges gritty vocals, introspective lyrics, and groove-laden acoustic guitar to create his signature brand of soul-searching acoustic rock. Citing Jimi Hendrix, Cat Stevens, Steely Dan, and Neil Young among his influences, Mike conveys life lessons, observations, and experiences that seek to reassure others they are not alone on the journey we call life.


January 11, 2004
5:30-7:30 PM

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING
Our twice-monthly collective meeting. One-and-a-half hours(okay, sometimes two) of participatory democracy, snacks and fun. Not a member yet? Write volunteer@flywheelarts.org.


January 13, 2004
7pm (sharp!) - 8pm

NEW MEMBER OPEN HOUSE
(Find out how you can get involved! Have a few hours a month to staff a show? Got a crazy dream? Want to discover the power of collective democracy in action? Well give you a peek behind the scenes in one breathless hour. Can't make Tuesday nights? Write volunteer@flywheelarts.org)


January 15, 2004
7:30pm
$3/donat.

COMEDY IMPROV NIGHT
(A participatory evening of theatre games, skits and improvisation. While it is not "Whose Line Is It Anyways" it is a place for beginners and for those with a little experience to play with improv.)

Just holding the date for the time being.


January 17, 2004
7pm
$6

*FLYWHEEL BENEFIT SHOW *
The rock show begins at 8pm. But be sure to bring something delicious to share to the potluck dinner, which starts at 7pm.

THE CHEMICAL WEDDING
With a monster on her finger and a song on her lips...

CAPTAIN SHY
Flywheel's favorite alter-ego hero gets a little help from some friends

THE RED STARS
Solo shot across the bow from local phenom

THE DRESDEN DOLLS
Combine the smoky cellars of a Weimar - era cabaret with the rock'n'roll fun of Joan Jett, PJ Harvey and the Violent Femmes.

*POTLUCK DINNER*
begins at 7pm

Be prepared for a night of surprises including * DJ Miss Beth G - spinning you dizzy throughout the evening*


January 20, 2004
7 PM
n/a

5TH ANNIVERSARY MEETING
This is the 2nd meeting which concerns the 5th Anniversary of Flywheel take place on March 26 to 28, 2004. Anyone having ideas that they would like to see at the festivities should email me at walter@wg-records.com and come to the meeting to discuss them.


January 22, 2004
6:00 pm
free

FUN NITE!
(potluck, games and fun!)


January 23, 2004
7:30pm
$5

HELMS
(the sound of air and space manifest in rock and roll)

THE CAN KICKERS
(leave the world at the door and get lost in the old-tymey punk sounds of the best thing to come out of CT since...ever!)

ILL EASE
(snakey, sexy, lo-fi rock from Elizabeth Sharp, former drummer of New Radiant Storm King, Skinner Pilot. Time Out New York says: "...Sharp has created an unnerving, vaguely claustrophobic signature sound, jumbling together obsessively circular melodies, weirdly arresting dynamics, id-ful lyrical jottings and a haunted, warbling voice similar to the young Moe Tucker's."

BIG BEAR
(female-fronted heavyness from Boston.)


January 24, 2004
6pm
$5

MALACHI CONSTANT
In the vein of thursday out of wmass.

I AM DISASTER
Indie rock from Wmass

TO HELL AND BACK
Hailing out of Albany,NY this band plays catchy punk rock n roll with a keyboard player.

THE ENDING
In the vein of Gameface/Farside punk indie rock stuff from Pittsfield,mass. Consist of some members from :Three Fifteen.

THE SKATAMATICS
An 8-piece jewfro ska(core) band with rap influences from amherst MA.


January 28, 2004
6:30-8:30 PM

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING
Our twice-monthly collective meeting. One-and-a-half hours(okay, sometimes two) of participatory democracy, snacks and fun. Not a member yet? Write volunteer@flywheelarts.org.


January 30, 2004
7:00pm
5 $

WOLVES

PANTHERS

TBA

this show is gonna rock.


February 6, 2004
7:00-10:00
$2

JONNY WOW
Energized Indie Rock

THE UNSOUND METHODS
Rockin' blues

JULIA ADOLPHE
Sexy, mellow, blow your mind acoustiness

KATE NIEMCZYK
Melodic Acoustic Rock

JONNY WOW CD RELEASE SHOW


February 7, 2004
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
n/a

5TH ANNIVERSARY COMMITTEE MEETING
This meeting is to begin preparing the schedule of events for the 5th Anniversary Festivities for Flywheel.


February 8, 2004
5:30-7:30

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING
Stimulating talk, snacks, fun, and getting things done, consensus-style. We are a collective! Want to join? Write volunteer@flywheelarts.org.


February 10, 2004
7pm (sharp!) - 8pm

NEW MEMBER OPEN HOUSE
(Find out how you can get involved! Have a few hours a month to staff a show? Got a crazy dream? Want to discover the power of collective democracy in action? Well give you a peek behind the scenes in one breathless hour. Can't make Tuesday nights? Write volunteer@flywheelarts.org)


February 11, 2004
6:00 pm
free

FUN NITE!
(Another night of fun! You know what that means...potluck, music, and games! Bring whatever and whoever you want and get ready to have a blast. Rumor has it there's going to be a special secret surprise this time.)


February 12, 2004
7pm
$5

SAN SERAC
San Serac brings paranoia back to the dancefloor with a style of electro-disco not unlike Howard Devoto plus Midnight Star divided by Yellow Magic Orchestra. MIDI trash, cold soul, Buckminster Fuller...throw it all on the pile!

HNATIW
Hnatiw being soft and fluffy.......and possibly droppin some acid beats? Who knows?

FREAKQUONOX
Beat Maaaaaadnesssss from the mountains of New Hampshire!!


February 13, 2004
7 PM
$5

MAHI MAHI
(Providence) They combine the cool groove and the sound of impending that excite more than just the young. Electro-fied for your pleasure.

FOOTBALL RABBIT
(Providence) 80s Spoofers. Mutant rock with guitar, bass and a guy who plays drum machine with his fingers...true rock holocaust.

TRASHY WEDDING GUESTS
(Valley) Brutal feeling? Charming surprise! Endeavoring to incite a new wave riot. Thrashing on the ground, lusty yet refined.

HENRY'S DAZED EYES
(Hampshire College) Slam hall, Texas roller band. Bridging punk rock and electronica.

DJ HANDS OFF SCIENCE EXPERIMENT
(Valley) This mistress of the decks spins a dark and dancey mix of electronic, ambient, sound effects, post-punk, disco and more.


February 14, 2004
8:00pm
$5.00

CYCLUB
Valley faves, kings and queens of starting and stopping.

THE CHEMICAL WEDDING
(Easthampton! Rules! Bwaaahhhhh!) videos, tapes, and a general warm eerie feeling.


February 17, 2004
8:00PM
$5

JASON LESCALLEET
America's Greatest Living Noise Artist's Straight Man plays a rare solo set. Guaranteed analysis: Not less than 12% granulated tapeloop fuzz, not more than 67% full-throated feedback blare. "Lescalleet's sound world occupies a space between noise, contemporary composition, and minimal electronics; his tactics are decidedly primitive while retaining an exacting eye for detail..." - Experimental Intermedia

NMPERIGN
The band for whom the phrase "nmperign-esque" was coined. Trumpet and soprano sax used to etch faint filigrees in the concrete of abandoned parking lots. "[Their] ability to explore the extremes of music-making with subtley and wit mark them as two of the most original thinkers in free improvisation today." - Boston Phoenix

CHRIS COOPER
always there to help, sometimes naked


February 18, 2004
7:30-9:30

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING
"Democracy is not something you believe in or hang your hat on, but something you do. You participate. If you stop doing it, democracy crumbles and falls. If you participate, the future is yours." -- Abbie Hoffman * * * Meetings of the collective are something we do.


February 19, 2004
7:30pm
$3/donat.

COMEDY IMPROV NIGHT
(A participatory evening of theatre games, skits and improvisation. While it is not "Whose Line Is It Anyways" it is a place for beginners and for those with a little experience to play with improv.)


February 20, 2004
7pm

BOY SKOUT
Hailing out of NYC this all-girl band manufactures a seductive blend of pop/new-wave ala early CURE, SLEATER KINNEY, SIOUXSIE & the BANSHEES and JOY DIVISION, while remaining true to its punk-rock roots.

2600
3 piece acoustic indie rock stuff w/ex:members of The Warren Commission.

AMERICAN BUSINESS MACHINES
Garage rock,in the vein of Fugazi out of western mass.

SONIC BONNET
Female fronted emo/indie rock out of Boston,mass.


February 26, 2004
8:00pm
$5.00

JACK WRIGHT/KATT HERNANDEZ/ANDREW LAFKAS/MATT WESTON
legendary new music saxophonist in a return visit to Flywheel. Joined by violinist Katt Hernandez, bassist Andrew Lafkas, and percussionist Matt Weston.

ANTHRO REX
vast manipulations of tapes, brains, etc.

other bands TBA


February 27, 2004
6:30pm
$3 -$5

*FLYWHEEL BENEFIT SHOW*
open mic sign up 6:30pm, begins at 7pm slam at 8pm

POETRY SLAM EXTRORDINAIRE!!!
Come and see some great local (and not so local) poets go head to head in a battle of poetry. Featuring: Bumble DeLuca of MyOwnBrainproductions, Sondra Morin, host of the famed Word on Wednesday at the Black Sheep in Amherst, Lori Desrochers, co-host of poetry night at Jester's cafe in Westfield, MA, Marla Di Carlo of HYFProductions, and many more TBA. Hosted by Gooselove, local folk poet of infathomable talent.

OPEN MIC
sign up at 6:30 to rock the mic!


February 28, 2004
7:30pm
$5

THE CLAMOR MUSIC FESTIVAL
(join us in celebrating and benefiting one of the most vibrant underground independent culture/politics magazines on the newsstands today. This show is part of a nationwide festival celebrating underground culture. They key themes of the fest are: accessibility, community, control, and mutual aid. But most of all, the shows are gonna rock. 24 cities (and growing), 20 partners, 70 bands, 1 party. Don't miss it!)

IMPOSSIBLE SHAPES
(comparisons to Guided By Voices, Syd Barrett, Tyrannosaurus Rex and others mark this Bloomington, IN 5 piece. new record out on Secretly Canadian)

THE ARTISTS FORMERLY KNOWN AS THE NEW HARMFUL
(still looking for a new name, TAFKATNH will present to you brand new nuggets from the Chris Carlton songbook in living stereo)

SHORE LEAVE
(gentle, spacey quartet from Boston)

CLIMBING POETREE
(conscious art spoken word duo with a multi media performance piece using poetry to raise consciousness about the prison industrial complex & Plan Columbia. featured in the Jan/Feb issue of Clamor Magazine!))


February 29, 2004
8PM
$3

MASSATUCKY MOVIES
Come celebrate the most unusual day with the most unusual movies, wacky vids and zonko flicks from the krazy kids at Massatucky Productions. Abstract, hypnotic, and bizarre.


March 7, 2004
7pm
$5

DORKESTRA
If space is the place, the Dorkestra are home. The members of the Dorkestra, Chuck Bettis on laptop electronics, Tom Boram on synthesizers, Catherine Pancake on drums and water percussion and Bob Wagner on percussion and electronic percussion, coalesced early 2003 at the Red Room in Baltimore. Their sound, a fairly even mix of earthly sounds(drums, water, voice) and cosmic sounds(tone-bending electronics) tracks a beautiful curvilinear path. Each musician plays with one eye on the group and one eye searching the ether above. The Dorkestra pulses rhythmically at times only to upset those momentary balances with violent flashes of alien sound, mechanical crunching and accelerated confusion leaving the listener pleasantly stunned. Can you see the stars?

MATT WESTON
solo percussion & electronics: "When his playing becomes brusque...the aggressiveness is overt to the point of being disconcertingly intense. Weston puts a unique spin on the drum solo and creates tones of atypical sonority. He is a sound explorer on an apparent endless quest for purity." -- Cadence magazine

AIMEE NORWICH
a compilation of experimental jazz arrangements, pop sweeties and electronic sampling pieces

THE CHEMICAL WEDDING
zin zin waaaaak pluuuuu (insert frosted melody) thrum bem reeeeeh and video.

WITANH
Floating underwater upside down from the world

WITH MISS BETH G
spinning the spin between sets


March 8, 2004
7:00-9:00pm

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING
(A Monday-night special, for the collective member in you. This is where we make the decisions that will affect our futaaahhhhh! All welcome.)


March 9, 2004
7pm (sharp!) - 8pm

NEW MEMBER OPEN HOUSE
(Find out how you can get involved! Have a few hours a month to staff a show? Got a crazy dream? Want to discover the power of collective democracy in action? Well give you a peek behind the scenes in one breathless hour. Can't make Tuesday nights? Write volunteer@flywheelarts.org)


March 10, 2004
6:30
free

FUN NITE!
(eat, drink and be merry! potluck, games and friends!)


March 12, 2004
7ish
5$

AMPERE
amherst based rockers making some radical sounds.

SINALOA
hailing from the boston area,they play some real good stuff

DEATH TO TYRANTS
from n.h. radical punx never die!

this is the first enstallment in a monthly series of community based cabaret shows. it will feature some paintings by local artists, a vegan potluck(get there early,don't miss out!) and a short film. there will be some good music and good times. this project is made possible by a grant from the Easthampton Cultural Council,part of the Local Cultural Council Program of the Massachusetts Cultural Council.


March 13, 2004
plus

AUDREY RYAN
Audrey’s music can both be thoughtfully listened to for its innate musical and lyrical qualities as well as danced with its upbeat grooves. The music comes out in a lively, eclectic blend of jazz, folk, rock, and pop and features both original lyrics and songwriting augmented by instrumental improvisation.

THE SMITTENS
A five-piece fi-curious indiepop band from Burlington, Vermont. A DIY punky bubblegum pop explosion.

FAR CRY FLY
an energetic Acoustic Rock act based out of Connecticut.


March 14, 2004
8:00pm
$5

THE MALARKIES
(beautiful, harmony laden, male|female, guitar|drums duo from Brooklyn, NY bring it on back home to Flywheel. See what your missing out on)

RED DOOR EXCHANGE
(one of the valley's most exciting new bands will play a stripped down set sans the drum set. airy piano/guitar melodies and great songwriting. listen below...)

CRAYON ROSARY
(sweet and upbeat (indie) pop with a guitar and childrens toy instruments. like casio keyboards with electronic drum beats and toy accordians and 'anyone can play' guitars.)


March 15, 2004
8:00PM
$5

CEYLON MANGE
... what you get when Bill Nace's Vampire contracts Dylan Nyoukis's Prick Decay

CRANK STURGEON
cardboard-covered penisman with guitar and cantankerousness. Puts the "fun" back in "antic-ridden hose-whipping noise-and-shouting funrenzy"

SLAUGHTERHOUSE PERCUSSION
delirious pummeling

BYRON COLEY
spoken word from the verbal smithy of Forced Exposure, the ever-present liner-notes contributor, the voice of a generation of beardos? You bet yr "bippy."

FAT WORM OF ERROR
more guitars and cardboard, painfully straddling a pointy fence separating bouncy songs from slithering gibberish


March 17, 2004
7 PM
$5

ACCELERA DECK
Maximalist/minimalist guitar feedback sonorities. In much the same way a split speaker created a fascinating "new" guitar sound, Jeely's digitally clipped guitar ponderings lend a unique character to his playing. At times the guitar oscillates freely, notes are bent and shaken, new clusters emerge, loops spiral out of control, & feedback overwhelms. File Under: Beautiful Noise.

SATELLITE GROOVES
Satellite Grooves' music has gone from straight up sci-fi experimental beat glitch, to jungle drum & bass electronica with punk elements, to eventually a more blipped out melodic sound that was mellow and spacious. Experimentation balanced out by a strong pop sensibility & drive.

EVOL
Evol in a nutshell. A three-step guide to hard-edge chinchilla audio.

HZNBARTIIWGER
Three minds beat as one


March 18, 2004
7pm
$3/donat.

COMEDY IMPROV NIGHT
(A participatory evening of theatre games, skits and improvisation. While it is not "Whose Line Is It Anyways" it is a place for beginners and for those with a little experience to play with improv.)


March 19, 2004
7pm
$5

GERRITT
Gerritt is a solo noise act. He incorporates loud explosive volume with ultra bright strobe lights (a pair of Martin Atomic 3000's) and smoke machine. The audience has no choice but to immerse themselves into the environment/experience created. With deep roots in sound experimentation, sets vary night to night, but Gerritt always throws down an exciting performance! Gerritt recently finished an incredible West coast tour with label mate John Wiese!* He performed the entire tour on his g4 power book with amazing results. Since switching over to digital Gerritt has made significant breakthroughs in his approach and style. Laptop/Computer music enthusiasts and Psych. noise freaks the world over will soon take notice!

THE HUMAN ADULT BAND

DEFNEG
Y2K Dream Power--1/2 Man 1/2 Manatee

TORN HNATOW
Tornadoes of electronic madness with THE Mike Barrett and Deptulapalooza

RUVIUS DEMORE.................................................................................


March 20, 2004
6:00 pm
$5

I AM DISASTER
Western Mass Indie rock

DOOZER
CT pop punk

AVERY
Female fronted,upbeat, catchy pop punk w/ keyboards from NJ.

ENCRYPT MANUSCRIPT
Emo/Screamo stuff out of Long Island,NY.

TAKE IT TO THE GRAVE

MALACHI CONSTANT
In the vein of thursday out of Western Mass

First band gose on 6:10pm sharp. Be on time!


March 21, 2004
7pm

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING
(Sunday is a special day - where Flywheel members come to say - what's on their minds and in what way - we can make things better, yay. Open to friends and strangers.)


March 21, 2004
6:00 PM

5TH ANNIVERSARY MEETING
Meeting for Flywheel's 5th Anniversary Committee. Anyone inetersted may attend prior to the GB meeting.


March 26, 2004
7:00 PM
Free

*****5TH ANNIVERSARY WEEKEND DAY 1*****
Come celebrate 5 years!!! of collective-volunteer run music, art, sweat, stress, love, and magic. Check back for details as they arise

FLYWHEEL RETROSPECTIVE GALLERY OPENING
(see the history of Flywheel in pictures, video, meeting notes, notebook doodles, flyers and schedules)

FLYWHEEL RETROSPECTIVE VIDEO
(a short video on some of the highlights of the last 5 years of music and performance at Flywheel)

DANCE PARTY
(end the evening with a celebratory dance party with some of Flywheel's favorite local DJ's. A funky good time is promised!)


*****5TH ANNIVERSARY WEEKEND DAY 2*****

10:30-1:30 PANCAKE BREAKFAST/PARADE CRAFT MAKING FOR KIDS
(join us for a family event where kids can get stuff made for the Flywheel prade that is taking place later in the day. Make a mask, make a banner, make a sign, make a colorful kite, then march through downtown Easthampton.)

2:00PM PARADE THROUGH DOWNTOWN EASTHAMPTON
(everyone is welcome to march with Flywheel in our celbratory march through downtown Easthampton. Music, merriment, noise, will ensue)

3:00PM-11:00PM MUSIC
(kicking off 7 hours of music and celebration)

BANDS:
3:00-The Can Kickers; 3:30-The Federal Papers; 4:00-Trashy Wedding Guests; 4:30-Subaltern; 5:00-Noise Nomads; 5:30-Plump; 6:00-Craig Coloruso; 6:30-Barn Owl; 7:00-The Chemical Wedding; 7:30-Tex Allen; 8:00-Thurston Moore; 8:30-Hnatiw/Letters To Beannie; 9:30-Jason Anderson/Wolf Colonel; 10:00-The Evens; 10:30-Dan Friel; 11:00-Paradise Camp.


*****5TH ANNIVERSARY WEEKEND DAY 3*****

1:30PM AN OPEN DISCUSSION WITH IAN MACKAYE
(Ian Mackaye; co-founder of Dischord Records; singer, guitarist of Fugazi and Minor Threat; activist; 20 year veteran of the punk rock community; will take questions from the audience to raise much needed funds for Flywheel) ***************************************************************** This event is taking place at: WHITE BROOK MIDDLE SCHOOL AUDITORIUM 200 Park St. Easthampton, MA 01027 $5-$6 suggested Donation First Come. First Served **************************************************************** Directions: -follow Route 10 South to the center of Easthampton -Route 10 splits off just past the center of town. Bear left onto Park St. -follow Park St for about 1.2 miles and White Brook Middle School is on the left. 200 Park St.

5:00PM HARDCORE/SKA/PUNK SHOW
(an evening long celebration of the music that keeps the kids comin'.

BANDS:
5:30-Something Like Me; 6:15-Justice League; 7:00-Hydraulic Sandwich; 7:45-The Hype; 8:15-Chicken McHead; 9:00-The Skatamatics.


April 5, 2004
7pm
$5

PERSIL
An electro-pop duo (live a three-some) with fuzzy guitars and sweet and sensual vocals from Amsterdam, The Netherlands. They did two sessions for BBC Radio 1 DJ John Peel and two tours in the UK. Their debut album ‘Duotone” includes a duet with singer Damon Tutunjian of American band The Swirlies. They will play the South By South West-festival 2004 in Austin, Texas, followed by a tour from the south up to Boston.

HNATIW
nae 2

HENRYS DAZED EYES
Slamhall/Texas Roller Fiasco...Definately check these guys out!

BILLY RIPKIN FUCK FACE CARD

CARTAIN SHY
sailing the sea of melody by his lonesome


April 7, 2004
7:30pm
$5

OFFICER MAY
(comparisons to Bleach-era Nirvana abound for this heavy, existential trio from Boston. on Ace Fu Records.)

SHARK & BEAR
(visceral, spleen-venting rock, jazz-math dexterity, twisted, textured feedback, and consonant melodies galore. From Worcester, MA)

MINUS A MAP
(slow n' low that is the tem-po..Chicopee's finest. hands down!)

READ YELLOW
(superstars of style will rock you)


April 10, 2004
7 PM
$5

SECRET AGENT GEL
IDM style dance music, drum & bass, & other electronic noodling made by a man in a sharp looking JUMPSUIT. Creator of The Kids Are Bored.

AIMEE NORWICH
Experimental jazz arrangements, pop sweeties & electronic sampling pieces.

ANTENNACLE AKA ANTENNA BUILDER
Members of Creation is Crucifixion & Man is the Bastard/Bastard Noise. A space exploration & improvisational experimental aural build.

LOWLY
Experimental electronix. Moody and abstract. Member of Water Meets Electricity.

THE OPERA GLOVE SINKS IN THE SEA
Laptop & theremin have never sounded so good. An Apostasy Recordings artist.

ADAM KENDALL OF THE HELLBENDER FILM PROJEKT
Providing video art.


April 11, 2004
8:00pm
$5.00

JOHN WILKES BOOZE
Kill Rock Stars recording artists: "John Wilkes Booze are driven by sin, and it comes out in sometimes bluesy and sometimes boisterous party rockaroll songs. They've got an organ, and fervor. They cover Totally Wired by The Fall and have great liner notes." -- Maximum RockNRoll

LOTUS 72
CD release show! Like PJ Harvey fronting AC/DC playing Badfinger songs with Keith Moon on drums.

CHICKEN MCHEAD
local legends! "They sound sort of lo-fi sixties/garage, but not in the hipster sort of way. Instead, they come off as something you buy out of a record bin on a whim and turns out to be really cool carnival-like oddness that defies easy categorization." -- Rock & Roll Purgatory


April 12, 2004
7:00pm

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING
("In a full heart there is room for everything, and in an empty heart there is room for nothing." - Antonio Porchia, Voices *** At Flywheel meetings, there is room for you.)


April 13, 2004
7pm (sharp!) - 8pm

NEW MEMBER OPEN HOUSE
(Find out how you can get involved! Have a few hours a month to staff a show? Got a crazy dream? Want to discover the power of collective democracy in action? Well give you a peek behind the scenes in one breathless hour. Can't make Tuesday nights? Write volunteer@flywheelarts.org)


April 13, 2004
8:30
5$

HUMAN HOST
this Baltimore based band will rock your world with some noisyish punk jams

STRIKE THE COLORS
this new haven based quartet combines tense angular melody with dueling vocals and unpredictable rhythmic changes. an amalgam of post hc,indie rock, and elements of jazz.

KENNESAW
reminiscent of early fugazi,kennesaw pushes the bar for punk bands of today. complimenting raw aggression with well crafted vocal harmanies, they will make you feel part of something amazing.

this is going to be a quick show featuring three bands. doors aren't until 8:30 cuz theres a new volunteer open house going on before hand. if you're interested in becoming a new volunteer, check out the meeting, and then rock out at this show!


April 14, 2004
8:00PM
$5

OLD TIME RELIJUN
From the back wood jungles of Olympia, Washington, Old Time Relijun is the barest of the 'bare bones' you will ever meet. With a nearly incomprehensible blend of primitive swamp stomp 'n swagger meets gutsy fucked up free jazz and throat singing punk gospel, they are the true and original American Primitive Deconstructionist Visionaries. That this mélange is blatantly, infectiously danceable in a "this world is an illusion burning up so let's get sweaty" kind of a way gives further evidence of Old Time Relijun's claims to prophecy in a new era of fiery, sexy, soul-punk rebellion.

FEATHERS
glimmer-eyed psych folk for druids and unicorns. Watch out for that treeeeeee!

BECKY STARK - THE MYSTICAL UNIONIST
acoustic voice of Love, Spirit, and Reason

DEATH TO TYRANTS
"totally awesome, it's like free jazz plus prog rock plus don cab all through the filter of punk kids" - a fan

(NO AMPERE!)
sorry, Ampere couldn't make it. Come anyway.


April 15, 2004
7pm
$3/donat.

COMEDY IMPROV NIGHT
(A participatory evening of theatre games, skits and improvisation. While it is not "Whose Line Is It Anyways" it is a place for beginners and for those with a little experience to play with improv.)


April 15, 2004
7pm
FREE

WORK PARTY: CREATIVE THANK-YOUS
(Come help out at a fun "work party" where we make creative thank-you cards and letters for the lovely people who have helped Flywheel out lately. No experience necessary -- new people welcome! Call 527-5048 or write aguascalientes@highstream.net for more info. Bring craft supplies if you want to, but this is not necessary.)

THIS IS TAKING PLACE AT FLYWHEEL
(We'll be working on thank-yous in the front room, while comedy improv night happens in the performance room -- so we can take breaks from time to time and watch the comic geniuses in action!)


April 18, 2004
$5
5pm

SIX FINGER
The five kids of the band hail from Springfield, MA. have come to fashion a style out of everything they know. Their diverse influences come from many second generation punk rock bands. Their youthful energy is a driving force of their sound.

MAN ALIVE
Catchy Pop punk stuff from Jerusalem, Israel.

UNLIKELY HEROES
Hailing out of Long Island,NY this band play's some damm fine catchy pop punk/indie stuff.

ROTTEN FUN
Rotten Fun is a three-piece pop-punk/emo band from Springfield, Massachusetts.

FALL OF EVE
A -four piece hard-rock band from Suffield, CT.


April 23, 2004
6:30
$4

DROUNE
Tonal drone ambient

COLLISION SECT
Dark, experimental ambient

EMBRACING THE GLASS
Ambient created with voice, guitar-synth, guitar, effects...

ENCLAVE
Drone noise

An evening of atmospheric moods and experimental ambient with Massachusetts-area artists on the Nepenthacea and Burning Shirt labels...


April 24, 2004
6:30 PM
$5

THE SMITTENS
A five-piece fi-curious indiepop band from Burlington, Vermont. A DIY punky bubblegum pop explosion.

BOURGEOIS HEROES
Whilst the girl hits the drum kit with a staccato beat, the boy sings lazily and plunks on his electric guitar. That’s Bourgeois Heroes. The two decided to be a rock n’ roll combo in Memphis, TN in the Spring of 2002 and played their first show later that fall. They lived in New Haven, Connecticut for quite some time and now they reside in Western Massachusetts. Many compare the group's jangly/60's pop sound to performers like the Kinks, Belle & Sebastian or Jonathan Richman.

CARS CAN BE BLUE
Twee gone horribly awry, this N.H.-based drums and guitar, boy/girl duo construct pop numbers sweet enough to be on Nickleodeon and raunchy enough to be sung in bars. Catchy enough to fool you into complacency, risque enough to make you sit up and listen. (or more name-droppingly: the Vaselines and Beat Happening meet Tenacious D)

THE CAVEMEN GO
The Cavemen Go are a three piece pop rock band from New Haven, CT. They are a force of nature, about as attractive as gravity.


April 25, 2004
7pm
$5

EMBRACING NOTHING
Spastic guitar drum duo

ITCHY PITS
why not?

TORN HNATOW
We don't like war, we don't like lies, the current whitehouse is what we despise.

BATH TIME
violin and electronics drone-skronk trio from the bureau of comfort collective

FLYWHEEL NOIZE BENEFIT SHOW


April 25, 2004
1:00 PM
FREE

"HOW TO MIC A BAND FOR ULTIMATE LIVE SOUND"
A DVD video which will be showing at Flywheel for most members and others who are interested in live PA sound work on how to mic a band for live shows. The video is titled "How To Mic A Band For Ultimate Live Sound" which includes tips, techniques and expert advice. The material covered are : 1. Microphones 2. Mixers 3. Effects 4. Room Acoustics 5. Signal Processing 6. PA Systems and Speakers 7. Signal Path 8. Tuning the PA 9. Miking Drums, Guitars, Bass, Horns and Percussion 10. Miking Vocals The video is approximately one hour long with a 10 minute band musical song presentation.


April 28, 2004
7:30pm

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING
(April showers bring Flywheel flowers to collective meetings where our good ideas bloom and grow....)


April 30, 2004
6:30pm
$5

I AM DISASTER
Western mass best indie rock band!

SILENT DRIVE
By deriving influences as diverse as Faith No More to Radiohead and then adding their own punk-rock sense of intensity and ferocity, SD are blazing a new genre bending path. Members of bane.

THE VANILLA SCENE
Hailing out of OH/MI this band plays catchy poppy punk/indie stuff. Ex:members of Capture The Flag, the exceptions and the eclectics.

THE SMOKEY WAMBAS
Punk/Ska/emo rock out of wmass

AMERICAN BUSINESS MACHINES
Garage Punk out of Wmass


May 1, 2004
7:30pm
$5

THALIA ZEDEK
(formerly of Live Skull, Come, & Uzi. Thalia Zedek performs solo and writes beautifuly downbeat fractured pop ballads)

MANTA RAY
(all the way from Madrid, Spain! angular, rock-edged shades of Can, Trans Am & Brainiac)

SPOUSE
(come enjoy the pop sensibilities of Jose Ayerve and his friends, one of the Pioneer Valley's most underrated songwriters)

THE QUAILS
(agitprop garage rock from SF, CA featuring Seth Lorinczi from Circus Lupus and Julianna Bright & Jen Smith from The Electrolettes)


JON MUELLER/BHOB RAINEY/JIM SCHOENECKER
MOVED TO HAMPSHIRE COLLEGE TAVERN! ADJUST YOUR VEHICULAR BROWSERS! STILL A GREAT SHOW!


GHOST TO FALCO
One young man from Portland, OR, grossly outweighed by his own equipment, making layered and looped collages of noise and/or beauty

DEFNEG
grindcore as envisioned by a two-man horse-drawn-buggy crash at 12 mph

1,000 NEEDLES
A chip music collective from Amherst, MA. Buzz says, "chip is a genre of music very much like the music in old video games: using square waves and such." Some chip musicians (ourselves included) prefer to compose on outmoded, fetishized computers or game consoles, both for reasons of sentimentality and for specificity of sound.

LA MI VIDA VIOLENTA


May 5, 2004
7:00
$5

M0DNAR
electro-wankery from avant-sellouts. 1/2 umass 1/2 poughkeepsie, ny. mediocrity hyped 4eva. all your gaze are belong to us.

NEEB
jump up and down, slip and slide 8 bit hotness. this princess is in THIS castle

LUNCH WITH BEARDO
noise improv, sumo wrestling, backs turned to you in spite

FOLLE à DEUX
the long-awaited revival of motherfuckin' shoegazer

DEV/NULL/
Amherst native drills some basses, spazzes out, shivers and shakes, makes good on the IDM front

ANDY TOMASELLO


May 7, 2004
7:30pm

CATCH A RISING STAR PRESENTS:
opening reception for a show of visual work by four New England noise artists: CHRIS FORGUES/ KITES, DAN GREENWOOD/DIAGRAM A, JEFF HARTFORD/NOISE NOMADS, JESSICA RYLAN/CAN'T with live performances by:

TRI-STATE

MARRIAGE


May 8, 2004
6 PM
$5

ABSTINENCE
Featuring Darryl Hell. Abstaining from what people think is music. Pushing the boundaries of experimental/industrial performance.

CRANK STURGEON
The joyous combination of dadaspooge and electro-acoustic clangor with a lotta big cardboard fishheads and yelling.

/DEV/NULL
Excessively fast drum shrapnel.

EMIL BEAULIEAU
aka RRRon. An eerie mix of the banal and grotesque, a noise comedy, a performance art that should only be witnessed live.

HNATIW
Two brothers slapping down mad crazy beats to shake your rump to!

SCRAP.EDX
A cranial rush of energy. Mixing together elements of breakcore, rhythmic noise, idm, industrial dance, dark-ambient & hardcore techno with embedded sample work.

SOPLERFO
W/ Mike MacGillivray. From minimal clicks to raucous breaks to sweeping synths to the delicate tones of a Spanish guitar.

ZERO TIMES INFINITY
Floating in the intangible netherworld beyond experimental noise sculpture, isolationist dirge & those awful dreams you get after eating way too much habenero bean dip. DIY audio terrorism infused with a sublime yet devilish sense of humor.


A multi-media mini-festival booked in conjunction with Voidstar Productions. The night features a sampling of the wide spectrum that is electronic music accompanied by video art provided by W2 and Dial8.


May 9, 2004
5:30pm

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING
(Come one, come all, to the great convergence of Flywheel sages who deliberate on the important matters facing the collective.)


May 11, 2004
7pm sharp!

NEW MEMBER OPEN HOUSE
(Want to be a part of what makes Flywheel tick? Come find out how to volunteer at shows, book them, or do the behind-scenes-movin' & shakin'. No purchase necessary - check it out! It's one short hour well spent.)


May 13, 2004
7:30pm
donation

COMEDY IMPROV
(A participatory evening of theatre games, skits and improvisation. While it is not "Whose Line Is It Anyways" it is a place for beginners and for those with a little experience to play with improv.)


May 14, 2004
7:00pm & 9:00pm
$5

***BENEFIT FOR ARISE FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE***
Movie screening to benefit ARISE for Social Justice, a low income rights organization located in Springfield, MA

FOURTH WORLD WAR
(While American airwaves are crowded with talk of a new world war, narrated by generals and filmed from the noses of bombs, the human face of war is rarely seen. The Fourth World War weaves together the images and voices of the war on the ground - from the front lines of struggles in Mexico, Argentina, South Africa, Palestine, Korea, the North from Seattle to Genova, and the War on Terror in New York and Iraq. The product of over two years of filming, The Fourth World War is a new kind of film for a new world. The intensity and immediacy of its images are beyond anything the mainstream media can shoot, the intimacy and passion of its stories are beyond anything it can feel. Narrated by Tony Award winner Suheir Hammad and Singer Michael Franti of Spearhead, it is a radical story of hope and human connection in the face of a war that shatters and divides. "THE FOURTH WORLD WAR is a daring, courageous, heart-pounding intervention against empire. It heralds a remarkable, inspiring cinematic achivement that completely reprograms the vectors of politically engaged documentary to protest the new face of war in the 21st century. It fights the new endless war without end with megadoses of guts and hope. - Patricia R. Zimmermann, author, States of Emergency: Documentaries, Wars, Democracies Passionate, euphoric, contagious. . . It is our worlds against their system. -IDFA, Amsterdam

WATCH THE MOVIE TRAILER



May 20, 2004
7:00pm

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING
(Flying mightily through consensus process, leaping tall agenda items in a single bound, it's the amaaazing Flywheel Collective! Hip hip hooray! Hip hip hooray! Thank you, Flywheel Collective!)


May 21, 2004
1pm-6pm
FREE!

MOBILIVRE-BOOKMOBILE
(Hooray! The Mobilivre-Bookmobile's coming to town!!! Now in its fourth year, MOBILIVRE-BOOKMOBILE is an annual touring exhibition of artist books, zines, and independent publications. Traveling by way of a vintage Airstream, the BOOKMOBILE visits a variety of venues in Canada and the US including community centers, schools, libraries, festivals and artist-run centers. A group of coordinators traveling with the exhibition facilitate workshops, artist talks, and educational forums. They were a hit when they visited Flywheel a few years back and you're sorry you missed them. Don't make that mistake again! Be sure to stop by this mobile cultural landmark.)

***BOOKMOBILE LOCATION***
The Mobilivre-Bookmobile will be parked right across the street from Flywheel in the Trinity Lutheran Church's parking lot from 1-6pm for browsing, lounging, and talking with the tour guides.


May 21, 2004
7:30 workshop
free

FREE WORKSHOP! "MAKING A FLIP-BOOK"
(The Projet MOBILIVRE-BOOKMOBILE Project folk lead an hour-long Flip-Book workshop -- MATERIALS PROVIDED! The workshop includes handouts for all the participants, and will be tailored to what the group is most interested in learning. It will end with each participant having their very own flip book. "Using index-card size pieces of cardstock and a simple rubber band binding, this workshop is quite helpful in teaching sequence and generally involves drawing from the beginning." Great for both kids and grown-ups!)


May 21, 2004
8:45
$3-$5

LIBERTY CABBAGE THEATER REVIVAL
("The Story of the Car" and other short "cantastorias" {musical theater pieces} by Western Mass's very own and much-beloved Liberty Cabbage, specialists in radical satire and stilty puppetry.)

LETTERS TO BEANY
(A short, sweet set from this perennial favorite. Though it also has distant Boston roots, this band both pre- and post-dates 'Letters to Cleo' *and has nothing to do with them whatsoever!* Letters to Beany weaves a tangled 4-part harmony web resembling Brian Wilson's wackiest acid flashbacks.)

THE TAPERED ANKLE
(Whoooooo! ............Shout/sing-along choruses to punky-mostly-acoustic punkety punk punk.)


May 21, 2004
6:30

POTLUCK!
(Bring something tasty to share as we transition from bookmobile browsing to workshop & show.)


May 22, 2004
6:30 PM
$5

SCATTERED
Pop punk from wmass

THE ENDING

MALACHI CONSTANT
In the vein of Thursday out of Western Mass.

HERE LIES HOPE
A 3 piece all girl emo rock band based out of Milford, CT.

First band: 7:30pm sharp.


May 26, 2004
8:00pm
$5.00

AARON SIEGEL/SCOTT ROSENBERG/NATE WOOLEY
percussion/reeds/trumpet trio of sometime Anthony Braxton collaborators.

MOVEMENT 3'S

HE TAUGHT ME LIES W/ RICK GRIBENAS

AIMEE NORWICH
Her sound, created with bass harmonics, chorus pedals, home-made electronic sound devices and large horn ensembles spans a multitude of genres used primarily as spring boards for a unique self expression. 


May 27, 2004
7:00PM
$3.00

DJ QUICKDRAW
battle hardened hip-hop veteren

DJ CLIK
elite euro style club/microhouse

DJ 12XU
dangerously fresh hip-hop

DJ KILLBOT
funky yet deadly electro

DJ FUGUE
downtempo crowd control

Open mike DJ dance party! Come be part of a new benefit dance series at Flywheel. Five DJ's will spin their tunes and rock the house. THIS IS A BENEFIT FOR FLYWHEEL.

If you are an amateur or first-time DJ, dont be shy. That's what this is all about. Bring your tunes on CD or vinyl, headphones and needles if scratching. All genres and skill levels welcome. To sign up in advance (encouraged) contact ericm@crocker.com for details.


May 28, 2004
7:30pm
$5

TINKLEPOTTY
(drums, bass & cello: sometimes delightfully mathy sometimes dreadfully deathpunk trio w/ shortstop mask from Hawaii.)

TRASHY WEDDING GUESTS
(3-girl pomo techno Foucauldian dance party freakout!)

BLACKLOUD
(James Blackloud and his amazing techno-colored dream bass bring lo-fi/sci-fi electronic stoner rock insanity.)

UNCLE BOB
(Mind-expanding 7-piece skacore from Agawam. Get down, get freaky!)

WEIRDSVILLE!
WEEKEND KICKOFF PARTY! (First night of three celebrating five years of incredibly strange web radio Uber-station, Weirdsville.com)


May 29, 2004
5:30pm
$5

THURSTON MOORE/DON FLEMING/GENE MOORE

MAGICK MARKERS

BUNNYBRAINS

TIERMANN

MATT WESTON

NOISETTE

DEBAUCHERY

JAPANESE KARAOKE AFTERLIFE EXPERIMENT

NEWTON

UNICORN HARD-ON

!!!!!WEIRD AVANT NOISE NIGHTY!!!! Mind destruction and sonic enlightenment from today's cutting-edge subterranean superstars


May 30, 2004
6pm
$5

)+()+( WEIRDFEST 2004 )+()+(
Weirdsville.com WebRadio, the Out Sound From Way In, celebrates 5 years on the Net w/ a weekend of incredidbly strange and brainbusting performance. GET WEIRD!

DUFUS
("DUFUS and the non-church of the complete dissassemblement of reality is absolutely unrecognizable newness; the dawning of a freakish age which is just upon us earth people. this music is unlike anything you have ever heard, no exaggeration. refreshing to the last kerplop, spilling down your face and shirt and pants and socks and shoes and floor and out the door onto the pavement down the gutter all the way to the burning core..." Total freak orchestra from the NYC underground.)

PARADISE CAMP 23
(Everyone's favorite Cubist Psychedelic Noise and Magickal Multimedia Improvisation unit returns to Flywheel to invoke the Other. Dreaming in public.)

THE CHEMICAL WEDDING
(Liminal video, sound, and song luring you to a strange planet where the horses run free.)

FREDDY K
(BizarroWorld freak-folkster fighting The Man w/ raw emotional honesty and impassioned songwriting aimed straight at the soul. Boldly touching on love, crime, drugs, prison, alcohol, homelessness, spiritual and physical warfare from a unique angle and first-hand experience. A Weirdsville! Featured Artist. The Real Deal)

"SHADOWS IN PASSAGE"
(A Multimedia Performance Suite by the Cabot School Center for Global and Creative Performing Arts, exploring rites of passage through music, poetry, and visual arts. A diverse array of sound, including Javanese gamelan, West African percussion, unique arrangements of Sonic Youth, Sun Ra, Cannonball Adderly, and original music and improvisation by the students.)


June 2, 2004
8:00pm
$5.00

UNSK
new music from Sweden: Birgit Ulher - trumpet; Martin Küchen - sax; Lise-Lott Norelius - live electronics; Raymond Strid - drums

DAVID GROSS/JASON TALBOT/LOREN BOYER
saxophone/prepared guitar/turntables from Boston. Reviews have ranged from "The range of textured noise that he cajoles from his instrument is impressive" to "lengthy episodes of fingernails ripping at a blackboard."


June 5, 2004
7:30pm
$5

CERBERUS SHOAL
(let the mind numbing trance-folk-drone take you down. it will make you just a little bit happier. from Portland ME)

RED DOOR EXCHANGE
(beautiful dark pop piano/guitar/drums trio from 'round here)

KAYO DOT
(Founded by members of the progressive metal band Maudlin of the Well, Kayo Dot powerfully integrates elements of modern classical composition with the layers of guitars and vocals more common to rock and metal. With a compositional map that is strict in form yet malleable in execution, Kayo Dot uses a vast array of instrumentation to create an exciting convergence of violence and serenity. with 17(!) members)


June 7, 2004
7 pm
free

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING
Flywheel General Body Meeting


June 8, 2004
7pm sharp!

NEW MEMBER OPEN HOUSE
(Want to be a part of what makes Flywheel tick? Come find out how to volunteer at shows, book them, or do the behind-scenes-movin' & shakin'. No purchase necessary - check it out! It's one short hour well spent.)


June 9, 2004
7pm-9pm
donation

CREATIVE EXPRESSION THROUGH ART!
You may not think of yourself as an "artist" (whatever that word means) but you don't have to be one in order to have fun making expressive visual STUFF, otherwise known as "Art." NO experience is necessary! Come to Flywheel this evening for a night of visual art and creative risk-taking geared for "grown-ups"-but don't worry, you won't have to act like an adult! Various supplies are provided, just bring a willingness to have fun, experiment, and try something new. The last half hour will be reserved for a group discussion that is sure to be insightful and interesting.


June 16, 2004
5:00
$5

SUBURBAN LEGENDS
Amazing third-wave ska band out of Cali!

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL HEROES
Amazing ska!

BUM RUKUS
Rockin ska band out of Florida!

UNCLE BOBS STOLEN MONKEY
Ska, punk and hardcore had an ugly baby with chick vocals!

SKARMY OF DARKNESS
Western Mass skacore!

THE SKATAMATICS
Kickin Western Mass ska!

A ska tour! This show should note be missed! If you're a fan of the checkers, see you there!

this is a big ska tour, so i'm expecting to sell out. the bands are asking a decent amount of money. around $250 for the three headliners.


June 17, 2004
7:30pm
$3./donat.

COMEDY IMPROV
(Do the names Close, Flynn or Brady make you salivate? If so or if nothing happens you should come to this. A participatory evening of theatre games, skits and improvisation for beginners and for those with a little experience.)


June 18, 2004
6:30
$5

THE MODERN DAY SAINT

MALACHI CONSTANT

THE VANILLA SCENE
Hailing out Of Detriot,MI these guys play catchy poppy punk/indie rock. Ex:members of Capture the flag.

DAY TO DISMEMBER

ADAM MORGAN


June 19, 2004
6:00 PM
$5.00


June 20, 2004
6:00
$5.00

EMULSION
Dark beats and atmospheres from Chicago.

MINDSPAWN
Rhyhmic darkambient from the Dark Seeds label (www.darkseeds.com)

LOVE POWER EXPERIMENT/TEMPERATURE WITHIN
A collaborative set of emotive darkambient noise textures from LPE and Temperature Within's (http://babel.massart.edu/%7Erconley/tempwithin.htm) members...

ENCOMIAST
Darkambient noisescapes and drones...

Dark ambience, beats, noise, and electronics... Moved up a day to Sunday the 20th (was originally scheduled for Saturday the 19th)...


June 20, 2004
2 PM - 5 PM
n/a

BETH GALLAGER
Closed recording session with Beth Gallagher for Friends of Flywheel CD.


June 23, 2004
6:30 PM Door
FREE

MANTRAP
Starring Clara Bow, Ernest Torrence & Percy Marmont. Clara, tired of city life, marries Ernest and moves to the Great Northwest. Percy, a city boy on vacation, meets Clara and they decide to run away together. 67 Minutes. Piano score. 1926.

ELLA CINDERS
Starring Colleen Moore with a cameo by Harry Langdon. Ella wins a movie contest and goes to Hollywood to become a star. Based on the comic strip "Cinderella in the Movies". 65 Minutes. Organ Score. 1926.

BARE KNEES
Starring Virginia Lee Corbin. Billie, Virginia, arrives in the middle of her sister's birthday party and causes a sensation with her bare knees, cigarettes and other flapper accoutrements. 61 Minutes. Orchestra score. 1928.



A triple bill of flappers! This night features three silent film comedies all about flappers. Starting at 7 PM, "Bare Knees" depicts the girl next door's transformation into the flapper. Starting at 8:15 PM, "Ella Cinders" features one of the most famous flappers of her day, so much so Fitzgerald waxed poetic about her, Colleen Moore. Starting at 9:30 PM, "Mantrap" stars ever-famous flapper and cinema icon Clara Bow.


June 24, 2004
7pm
5$

1905
this upstate n.y. band will kick out some rocking punk jams.

this show is going to feature the band 1905 as well as a stop at the Flywheel from the AK Press bookmobile!


June 25, 2004
7:00
$3.00

DJ M.I.C.

DJ MISS BETH G.

DJ BIFURCATION

DJ VIKING WOMAN

ART OPENING
art by Gabriel Rodriguez

4 funky DJs spin their tunes and rock the house. All welcome, all welcome. Dance yo ass off. THIS IS A BENEFIT FOR FLYWHEEL. BONUS art opening by Gabriel Rodriguez.


June 25, 2004
5:30

NEW VOLUNTEER OPEN HOUSE


June 26, 2004
8:00
$5

MAJOR STARS
The Heavyest Psychedelic Freak Flag Flying Rock from Cambridge,MA. Don't forget your earplugs!!

VAMPIRE BELT
Cosano and Nace want to know-where did ya put that garlic???

THE BELIEVERS
Ecstatic Yod recording artists! Are they part of the problem or part of the solution??

First Live Major Stars Shows Since August 2003!!!


June 27, 2004
7 pm
$0

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING
Flywheel General Body Meeting


June 29, 2004
8:00PM
$5

WILL SODERBERG
gnarly crude-analog-electro, Michigan style

UNIVARK
circuit bent electronics, crunchy and pulsing. From Providence, RI


June 30, 2004
7:00
$1 donat.

WORKS IN PROGRESS NIGHT
Artists and would-be artists of all media and genres! Come share your work with others in an atmosphere of open-minded encouragement. *Writers* *Video & Filmmakers* *Musicians* *Performance Artists* *Dancers* *Visual Artists* *Mulitmedia Artists* --- Bring something that can be presented or read in 20 minutes or less. (Time will depend on how many show up.) Friends & curiosity seekers also welcome to come see what these creative types are up to and give feedback. From the response so far, this promises to be an interesting night! (The event is free, but a $1 donation is suggested to help cover Flywheel's expenses.) For more information contact: aguascalientes@highstream.net


July 2, 2004
6-potluck, 7-show
$5.00

BL(A)CK TEA SOCIETY MINI-MUSIC FEST TO BENEFIT DNC PROTEST
"In late July, the Democratic National Convention will descend upon Boston. With their corporate vanguard will come street closures, mass arrests, blockades, walls, militarized police, and a clear demonstration of force by henchmen of capitalism. Those of us here, who are ignored by the mathematics of power, are preparing to resist this invasion. For months now, we have been working feverishly to setup the logistics for this carnival of resistance. ~ For those who come aid in the defense of Boston, we will welcome you with open arms, as we join together in resistance and celebration. " ~ In solidarity and struggle, The Bl(A)ck Tea Society

EVAN GREER
Creative & angry folk-punk-rock of resistance. "An eloquent and energetic writer, he reminds me of Phil Ochs." -- Howard Zinn

CHARLIE KING AND KAREN BRANDOW
Winner of the Peacemaker Award (with Odetta, 1998) and the Sacco-Vanzetti Social Justice Award (1999), author of a 35-year legacy of songs that have been sung and recorded by many of America's best-loved political folk artists, Charlie King teams up with partner Karen Brandow, singing musical stories and political satire. * * * "One of the finest singers and songwriters of our time." -- Pete Seeger

JOHNNY HOBO AND THE FREIGHT TRAINS
In-your-face acoustic anti-punk from Brattleboro.

THE CLICHES
Anarcho-punk-reggae-rock to smash the state by.

JENNIFER O'CONNOR
"Singer-songstress O'Connor's mature melancholic songs flow nice and slow like a lazy stroll through a rainy day with a fine selection of Elliott Smith and Liz Phair (only the sad ones) on your walkman." -- Village Voice

MASCOTT
Kendall Jane Meade (ex-Helium, Sparklehorse, the Spinanes). * * * * "The serenely tuneful songs on Dreamer's Book turn folk-rock into stately pop, wrapping vulnerability and longing in quietly radiant arrangements." -- New York Times. Mascott's first full-length album was produced Jim O'Rourke, and her latest, produced by Al Weatherhead (Sparklehorse), features cameos by Mary Timoney and Thom Monahan.

POTLUCK AT 6:00PM
Please bring a dish to share. The show begins at 7 and goes to 11, in this order: Johnny Hobo & the Freight Trains, the Cliches, Evan Greer, Charlie King & Karen Brandow, Jennifer O'Connor, and Mascott.


July 3, 2004
7pm
5$

WELCOME TO THE PLAGUE YEAR
nj/de/pa based good times.

AMPERE
this is the sound of north amherst.

ENCRYPT MANUSCRIPT
l.i. without all of that amnityville scary stuff.

DEATH TO TYRANTS
n.h.'s finest.

this is going to be a show featuring two touring bands and one local band, and a couple of out of town bands. it will be good times.


July 5, 2004
6:30pm
$5

THE AMBER FASHION

DEFINING MOMENT
Defining Moment is a 6-piece pop punk/indie rock band from Tallahassee, FL.

FIVE ACROSS THE EYES

AMERICAN BUSINESS MACHINES


July 6, 2004
7 PM
$5

BONFIRE MADIGAN
An avant-pop, chamber-rock experiment. A configuration of combustible collaborators orbiting the songs & spit of Madigan Shive (ex Tattle Tale). On Kill Rock Stars.

CANNONBALL JANE
Imagine the Shangri-Las dated Run-DMC. Early Eighties hip-hop crossed with girl-group pop equals upbeat, danceable electro-pop. For fans of Solex, Saint Etienne & Julie Ruin.

TAPERED ANKLE
Accordian-powered lively sing-along acoustic pop-punk. The Raincoats meet Brecht & Weill in an alley & skirmish. From the Root 9 Collective.

TILLIE
Ex Trashy Wedding Guests Kate & Fin have nap time.


July 8, 2004
7pm-9pm
$1donation

CREATIVE EXPRESSION THROUGH ART
(make something~have fun~relax and de-stress: school's out for summer!! mess around with some art materials and other stuff for your own gosh-darn pleasure! everyone has it in them to be creative- you just need practice. come to flyheel for an evening based on the "open studio" model of art therapy. they'll be no psychoanalysis- just an open, spontaneous atmosphere without judgement. no experience neccessary, promise!! materials provided- all you have to do is show up and dive in.)


July 9, 2004
6:30 PM
$5.00

BENEFIT SHOW
BENEFIT SHOW for Flywheel. All proceeds go to Flywheel. Our grateful thanks go to PDP Productions for their fine work in the production of this show to help benefit Flywheel.

HYDRAULIC_SANDWICH

PIRANHA

OF BLESSINGS AND BURDENS

DAY TO DISMEMBER


July 11, 2004
7 pm
free

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING
Flywheel General Body Meeting


BATTLE OF THE BANDS
We are now accepting applications from bands to participate in Flywheel's Battle of the Bands in August. If you have a band and desire to apply for entry please send an email to booking@flywheelarts.org and put Battle of Bands in the Subject line.


July 13, 2004
7 p.m. sharp

NEW MEMBER OPEN HOUSE


July 16, 2004
6:30
$5

IN GOWAN RING
Dark, psychedelic-influenced folk...

SHARRON KRAUS
Dark folk somewhat along the lines of Stone Breath, but with female vocals...

EMBRACING THE GLASS
Ambient duo from central Mass., using voice, guitar, guitar synth...

An evening of dark folk, drones and minimal electronic ambient atmosphere...


July 17, 2004
7 PM
$5

THE BUTCHERINGS
Like Vaz showing Fugazi how to play Hendrix.

PETULANT CHILD
Hard Rocking Band from Western Mass. Bringing "Bang Bang" music to the Masses.

SKY BOY & THE WIGS
Featuring members of The Claudia Malibu. Velvet Underground-influenced poppy goodness.

TIJUANA HERCULES
Bo Diddley with the night sweats hosting an ass shakin' contest for the masses in an outhouse.

XAVIER BLACK
Lo-fi indie w/guitar & cello.


July 18, 2004
Doors: 7:00
$5.00

CINEMECHANICA
Melodic counter vocals backed by staccato beats and angular guitar riffs. For fans of Braid and Cursive (From Athens GA)

WE VERSUS THE SHARK
Math rock? Yeah, but not really. Dance pop? Sort of. Calculator funk? Close enough. For Fans of Dismemberment Plan and Radio 4 (From Athens, GA)

THE SPEAK
Toe-tapping valley indie rockers. Former members of The New Harmful, The Warren Commission, The Marshes, Sleepy Carlton. Interpret a form of indie rock that fits somewhere between The Magnetic Fields and Superchunk. Did I mention amazing vocals?

MINUS A MAP
70's inspired chug rock. Imagine Thin Lizzy with a Roland 808.

SUNDAY SUNDAY SUNDAY!! These bands have to be seen live to be believed! Amazing displays of musicianship will be displayed! Only $5.00 a seat, but you'll only need the edge!


July 20, 2004
7pm
free

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING
Flywheel General Body Meeting


July 21, 2004
7pm
$5

-----BITSHIFT EVENT-----

/INCITE
bone-dry minimal electronics from hamburg, germany. distorted noises & glitches arranged into microscopic grooves stripped of all delay & reverb. fx bass blowing deep x-switch duo.

AXIOMATIC INTEGRATION:
merges seemingly contradictory musical elements based on a multitude of sound-sources into low-beat, rhythmical broken tracks; melodic parts evolve out of noisy elements, grainy sounds are combined with clear ones, calm intros step up to aggressive sequences. combined with video projections: pictures are broken by abstract forms, organic structures transform into concrete objects.

GRADIENT COMMUNICATION
music acting similar to an acoustic microscope: fragments are streched & distorted, low frequency drones raise up to a physically menacing substance. Fragile sounds, distorted pads & subtle lo-fi loops combine almost organically to a repetitive structure. A carefully constructed flow of manipulated sounds, varying between granular & electric, appears as a structure of digitally transformed elements.

PEOPLE
Members of Humanity

SIOKAOS
Beautiful Heartbroken Surprises

BELLTONESUICIDE
Rollin' in bling so you can taste the mayhem. pure triumph

YOU BETTER GO VOTE!!!!


July 22, 2004
8:00PM
$5

SPIRES THAT IN THE SUNSET RISE
a creaky blend of cello, guitar, pedal steel, bells, banjo, and other generally more organic sounds to create a totally unique environment - a cracked brand of evil / punk / psych / raga / folk that is as uncategorizable as that sounds


July 23, 2004
7:00
$3.00

MYSTERY DJ #1

MYSTERY DJ #2

MYSTERY DJ #3

MYSTERY DJ #4

Could the Mystery DJ be you? All skill levels and genres welcome. E-mail ericm@crocker.com to sign up for this month's show. An all ages dance party! This is a benefit show for Flywheel.


July 24, 2004
6:00
$5

THE FLAMING TSUNAMIS **
Bad-ass, true-roots skacore out of southern CT. They'll make your flab jiggle and your tail wiggle...

3 FEET SHORT **

UNCLE BOBS STOLEN MONKEY **

IN-DISCRETION **
Cape-ska that will put ants in your pants and make you move to the groove, baby.

THE ESKAPADE **

STEAL FROM THE RICH **
A killer skacore/punk/rock/post-hardcorish band comin at you all the way from Maine.

PUT ON YOUR DANCIN SHOES, BOYS AND GIRLS. SKA HAS COME BACK TO TOWN!


July 28, 2004
8:00PM
$5

VERTONEN
the Mike Oldfield of amplified porridge and turntables mounted with shattered china

BRAN (...) POS
balancing a fine line between harsh noise, 20th/21st Century experimental exploration, heavy psychedelia, opera, and modern electronic music

TARANTISM
pockets of blipped-out particle noise bleeding into warm-leatherette style new wave retrodance with alternating german inflected passionless (but sexy) vocals

DIAGRAM: A
Nautical Almanac gladly deleted themselves to allow one final gore-encrusted circuitry splattering by the imminently departing Diagram: A


July 29, 2004
7:30pm
$5

JONATHANS HANDS
(the solo explorations of Jonathan formerly of The Warren Commission.

KEN REAUME
(personal, emotional songs, from Buffalo, NY)

VOX HUMANA
(plaintive songs from this Buffalo trio)


July 30, 2004
7:30 p.m.
$5

CEX
On Jade Tree/Tigerbeat 6

MAKE BELIEVE
Members of Joan of Arc

NEDELLE AND THOM
Record coming out on Kill Rock Stars


August 2, 2004
7pm
free

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING
Flywheel General Body Meeting


SKARMY_OF_DARKNESS
Western Mass best ska band!

THE AMBER FASHION

AMANDA ROGERS
Hailing out of Syracuse,NY on Immigrant Sun Records this girl plays piano-based indie stuff.

SLINGSHOT DAKOTA
Girl fronted pop punk/indie rock from Long Island,NY.

THE SMOKEY WAMBAS


August 5, 2004
7pm-9pm
$1donation

CREATIVE EXPRESSION THROUGH ART
take a break from your overbooked and stressed out life. step out of the closed system of linear time for a few hours. come to flywheel tonight for an evening of spontaneous visual creation. you don't have to think of yourself as an "artist" in order to participate- you're already full of creative impulses that need expression! take a risk and see what will happen. stroll amongst the art-making materials and let the ideas overtake you. isn't that what summertime is all about? plus we'll be listening to some Coltrane. what more can you ask for?


August 8, 2004
door 6pm Show 7sharp
$5

BITSHIFT EVENT

NEWTON
Bumblebees playing with appliances making fun of you. National tour derails in New England. . . 2004 The Year Noise Broke!

DEFNEG
neon underpants are so 1987!!! 2004 = 1987!!!

BELLTONESUICIDE
obey your master

DOEPOG
Cerbral ecstasy in liquid form. Fresh Squeezed and healthy, too!

TYLER HOYTS
Sexy David Bowie haircuts

SIOKAOS
All I want is to play music- I dont care about my goddamned description

M0DNAR

EL


NEWTON ARMSTRONG/CLAYTON THOMAS DUO
bass/electronics duo; bass with found objects, and laptops without tyranny.

AIMEE NORWICH
"I came across a fascinating musician today Aimee Norwich, she plays bass but makes it sound like a million different instruments..."   - Howard Jones


August 10, 2004
7 p.m. sharp

NEW MEMBER OPEN HOUSE


August 11, 2004
6:30

PIRANHA

AVERY, UNDERWATER

TOMORROW IS FOREVER
Pop punk/indie stuff from upstate NY.

FUR CUPS FOR TEETH
All girl punk electro-pop band from NYC.

SIX FINGER


August 12, 2004
7:30 p.m.
$5

NEPTUNE
"disgusting industrial post-punk, at once a tight, almost funky band and a piece of kinetic sculpture." Joe Tangari, Pitchfork, June 21, 2004

CYCLUB
Everyone's favorite gypsy punks

ATOMICA
New local music - sort of like the Pixies mixed with early Talking Heads, but not that good...


August 15, 2004
8:00PM
$5

SNACKS!
Baltimore, MD duo of Dan Breen and Tom Boran - cantankerous handwired electronics and skittish drums discuss the merits of awkward situations

YONK YONK
damaged pop songs, peace keepers, new material, their last local show for a while!

NOISE NOMADS
currently spending the weekend in the woods, preparing for his caveman day

SMILE PEOPLE
2/3 of Misty play for you


August 16, 2004
7ish
5 ish

HOKKAIDO CONERN
this md based band plays instmntl jams in the vein of the f'n champs and don caballero

A BRIEF TALK AND Q&A WITH SASCHA FROM THE ICARUS PROJECT
WALKING THE EDGE OF INSANITY: NAVIGATING THE WORLD OF MENTAL HEALTH AS A RADICAL IN THE 21ST CENTURY As radical political activists and folks living on the fringes of the conventional social system, what does it mean within our extended anti-authoritarian community for someone to be "mentally ill" or struggling with traditional labels such as "clinical depression," "bipolar disorder," or "schizophrenia"? How helpful is the modern psychiatric paradigm that revolves around medicine and psychotherapy and how much of it is really just a function of powerful pharmaceutical corporations, public funding cuts, and a generally deranged society?

THE VIDEO STATION
this Indian Orchard based duo gives their thanks to the now defunct 'Orchard establishment which went by the same name.


August 18, 2004
7pm
free

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING
Flywheel General Body Meeting

Flywheel General Body Meeting


August 19, 2004
7:30pm
$5

KEITH JOHN ADAMS
(London based indie-pop artist with an album out on DCBaltimore2012. visiting the US to play the Happy Happy Birthday to Me popfest in Athens, GA)

THE MAGIC OF SCOTT SWAN
(No really! Local magician Scott Swan will destroy all perception of reality & defy the laws of reasoning with his bizarre twist of magic & illusion unlike anything you've ever seen!)

PLUS GUESTS


August 22, 2004
8pm; potluck at 7pm
FREE

ON THE 72ND HOUR--A MUSICAL
What happens when a dozen group-oriented weirdos sequester themselves away in the woods of Maine for 71 hours and create (from scratch)an original musical? Come find out!

Donations gladly accepted.


August 24, 2004
8:00PM
$5

CRYSTAL COCK OVER CANADA
the non-Phenomenological Boys remnants of the Life Partners, formerly Boston's 2nd-best no-wave band

SLAUGHTERHOUSE PERCUSSION
feedback drones and crackles caught upon the polyrhythmic rocks poking through the surface

MISS KIM
aka Raub Roy & Tim Sheldon... finely diced IDM beats garnished with splurphy guitar


August 25, 2004
7:30pm
$5

PLASTIC CRIMEWAVE SOUND
From Chicago. "Amp-blowing mind-shattering acid punk, with a biker riff or two,and even a dreamy spaceout or two" Plastic C. - Glactic Zoo Dossier Guru

JOSEPHINE FOSTER AND THE SUPPOSED
From Chicago. If Alisha Sufit, Kath Bloom and Shirley Collins floats your boat, sign up for this cruse

WOODEN WAND AND THE VANISHING VOICE
From New York . Former Golden Calves spew the soundtrack to wearing the pointy elf hat without shoes, socks opitonal.

DAVENPORT
From Madison. A couch ,improvisations, rituals, and recordings.


August 26, 2004
8:00pm doors
$3donation

"THE MIAMI MODEL: FREE TRADE POLICE STATE" (2004) 90 MINUTES
What is the Miami model? · In November 2003, thousands of citizens went to Miami to protest the Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA), also known as "NAFTA on steroids". Peaceful demonstrators were met with police brutality, embedded reporters and information warfare, all coordinated by the new U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and funded by the $87 billion allocated for our troops in Iraq. Civil libertarians and legal experts condemned the actions, but police have called them a model for future protests and demonstrations. The events of November 20/21 in Miami have profound implications for our right to demonstrate peacefully. If you are considering protesting at the RNC, see this movie first.

AN INDYMEDIA PRODUCTION
One of the producers of the film will be on hand to answer questions about the film

Proceeds of the suggested door donation will go to the FTAA IMC working group which is raising money to distribute the film as widely as possible.


August 27, 2004
7:00pm
$1-$3 don

BERKSHIRE HILLS MUSIC ACADEMY SUMMER PROGRAM: A NIGHT OF PERFORMANCES
A variety of short performances by student ensembles from the Berkshire Hills Music Academy Summer Program. Featuring jazz standards and choir music led by instructors Gary Smulyan, Joan Cornachio, and Dirk Litzner. The BHMA Summer Program is coordinated by Nancy Goldberg, who for many years ran the Williams Syndrome Music and Arts Camp at Belvoir Terrace in Lenox, a music camp for young people with Williams Syndrome. (People with Williams Syndrome have cognitive challenges as well as perfect pitch and an affinity for music.) The Berkshire Hills Music Academy in South Hadley is a year-long school and summer program modeled on the success of that work. The performances will be followed by Q & A with the students and instructors. (A $1-$3 donation is suggested; funds will go to support Flywheel.)


BAROO

STEVEN AOKI

JEFF


NOTE DATE CHANGE -- SEPT. 17
The JUNK Film Festival, a FANTASTIC festival of queer independent film traveling cross-country this fall, will be coming to Flywheel on Friday, Sept. 17, not Sept. 2nd, as previously advertised. See you on the 17th! Bring your friends!


September 5, 2004
7pm
$5

ABC NO RIO BENEFIT SHOW
members of nyc's ABC No RIO space will speak about the space and will show a short film

BARN OWL
these W.Mass masters of destruction are back at it.

FEDERAL PLASTIC
Matthew S. from the Old Store and Federal Papers will appear in a rare solo performance.

this is a benefit for ABC NO RIO a collectively run radical performance and arts community space in nyc which has existed for over 15 years.


September 6, 2004
7:00pm
$5

FRENCH TOAST
(Washington DC based duo featuring Jerry from Fugazi and James formerly of Make Up/The Nation of Ulysses. Crafting a sound that is both ethereal, agressive, and funky, the duo draw on the heritage of the DC music scene while at the same time reinventing it. Elecsoulpunk!

HELLO CUCA
(Ladyfest veterans from Spain) play some surf jams!

HNATIW
(back from a German tour and on their own. these boys are ready to drop the new bomb on you ass.)

AMPERE
N.Amherst based quartet of chaos. just arriving back from a 5 week u.s. tour.

this show will rock your socks off. bring some food for the vegan potluck which will happen at 7pm.


September 7, 2004
7 p.m.

GB MEETING


September 9, 2004
7pm
donation

Say "Hello" A New Tomorrow. ACTV's award winning trio "Andy, Eddy, and Jair" are premiering their latest collection of short films and animation - "Say "Hello" To A New Tomorrow"- before they head for college. Responsible for such shows as "Marshmallow Pant Junk", "Slow and Lonely", "Spinning On An Awkward Axis", Andrew Cahill, Eddy Pula, and Jair Burbank have amused audiences from Greenfield to Springfield on public access TV and now want a lucky audience to see the "new stuff" before it gets aired! Andy and Jair are hosting the event.

$25 fee will be paid by the booker before the show.


September 10, 2004
6:30pm
$5

THE LOST CITY ANGELS
Punk rock from boston,mass on Nitro Records.

THE VANILLA SCENE
Hailing out of Detriot,mi this band play catchy punk/indie stuff. Ex:Capture The Flag

I AM DISASTER
Western Mass best Indie rock band !

FIVE ACROSS THE EYES


ERIC GAFFNEY
Co-Founder of Sebadoh returns to the valley to play solo. playing both classic tracks from the early sebadoh days, all the way up to the present.

LAZY MAGNET
Hailing from providence, Jeremy Harris, formerly of Cottin K's, secretly the best song writer ever.

ANTHRO REX
One man, playing "songs"...never a let down.

1 MORE TBA


September 12, 2004
BENEFIT SHOW 7:00
$3

PERILS OF REASONING
brutal hardcore metal from Western Mass/Providence, RI. who needs a bass player anyway?

TEAM AWESOME
punk/hardcore from good 'ol palmer

WASTELAND

LYING FACEDOWN

LUCAS


September 12, 2004
9am-4pm

TAG SALE
Flywheel's annual fundraiser tag sale at 50 payson ave. starts at 9am fill a bag for $2 at 2pm everything is free at 3pm


September 14, 2004
7 p.m. sharp

NEW MEMBER OPEN HOUSE


September 15, 2004
7:00pm
donation

WILD FERMENTATION WITH SANDOR ELLIX KATZ, "THE FERMENTATION FETISHIST"
admission is free, but bring a can of food to donate to the Western Mass Food Bank! Where is the crossroad connecting delicious food and social change? Tonight it's at Flywheel as we welcome the author of the book, "Wild Fermentation" for a tasting, talk, & lively discussion on the flavor, nutrition, and craft of live-culture foods. "Wild Fermentation" has been described as "the only comprehensive recipe book of fermented and live-culture cuisine ever published. Much more than a cookbook, it is a cultural manifesto that explores the history and politics of human nutrition." eat. talk. think. ferment. enjoy!


September 16, 2004
7:30
$5

TO LIVE AND SHAVE IN LA
(a terrifying 'Free Glam' vortex of solipsistic catharsis wherein the members violently express the innermost chaos in their black souls by extrapolation of set groupings of specific abstract parameters. featuring the original configuration of Frank 'Rat Bastard' Falestra, Don Fleming, Tom Smith plus Mark Morgan and Andrew Wilkes-Krier.)

THE BELIEVERS
"I dunno. Pretty good. Who knows." - Daniel DiMaggio, Blastitude

CHRIS CORSANO, THURSTON MOORE, WALLY SHOUP TRIO

MAGICK MARKERS
"Super primitive super groovy free rock from Louisville, Kentucky. Sounds not like 'improv' (tho it's certainly improvised) but like 'rock' that makes me also think the Southern locale has brought in, conscious or not, the blues theyself that so many folks do not hear any more (except wrongly)." - Eddie Flowers, Slippy Town


September 17, 2004
7:00
$3-$5

JUNK: A FESTIVAL OF QUEER INDEPENDENT FILM
A traveling film festival for all the queers who never fit in.... Music videos from Le Tigre, Gravy Train!!! and Scream Club, documentaries about queer organizing in Brazil and homos in hip hop... plushies, animated crayons, drag horror films and the ultimate cult phenomena, Malaqueerche.... We are screening DIY, no budget, campy, underground, independent, fagalicious, genderfuck, pro fattie, furry and freaky images for a night of queer underground cinema. We want to give representation and moving images to radical subcultures - this includes people of color, trans, working class, fatties and anyone else who doesn't fit into a box. We are taking over movie theaters, living rooms, public parks and anywhere else we can find to screen these movies! Tonight you have the luxury of viewing this visual feast of queerdom in the comfort of Flywheel, your favorite Easthampton DIY space.


September 18, 2004
6:30pm
$5

AMERICAN BUSINESS MACHINES
Garage Punk Rock from wmass

MALACHI CONSTANT

THE GENDERS
Garage Punk Rock N Roll from Israel

MARY COX
Amazing Acoustic/indie rock stuff from CT.

THE ENDING
Punk/indie rock in the vein of Gameface/Farside from Pittsfield,mass.

DRAMA MACHINE
Melodic punk/indie rock of CT w/ female vocals.


September 20, 2004
7 p.m.

GB MEETING


September 21, 2004
7:30 en punto
$1 don.

WORKS IN PROGRESS NIGHT
Artists, Musicians, Performers, Filmmakers, Videographers, Poets, Writers, Gardeners, Architects, and Wild-Eyed Theorists - Put your own work in progress into the fray! This is a space for artists of all kinds to share their work and receive feedback in an atmosphere of open-minded support. The curious public is warmly invited to attend and join the discussion. We are limited to 6 artists per night. Each gets a 20-minute slot for presentation and Q & A. To sign up, please contact dinderdoll@yahoo.com. (Participants & audience are asked to contribute $1 to support Flywheel.)


September 22, 2004
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
FREE

COMMUNITY OPEN HOUSE
Open house for Easthampton Chamber of Commerce members and other community residents to meet Flywheel members. This open house will help introduce Flywheel to people who do not know, or know very little or have the wrong thoughts of what Flywheel really is.


September 23, 2004
6:30pm
$5

PIRANHA

THE PROZACS

MILLION DOLLAR MARXISTS
Garage Punk Rock N Roll on Gearhead Records.

FENWICK
All girl punk rock/indie stuff out of Boston,mass.

FATHER MCFEELY AND THE ALTARBOYS


September 24, 2004
8:00pm
$5

THE PRINCE MYSHKINS
queer political accordian wielding folk cabaret from San Diego

STEVERINO
Pittsfield's native son and every uncle's favorite nephew returns to Flywheel perhaps with ukulele in tow....strange pop imaginings

LISA ROGERS
one half of Austin's reigning divas of dysfunction, the Therapy Sisters

MAIL MYSELF TO THOREAU
kicking out the guitar, banjo, violin, washboard, hollerin’ olde tyme revolution


September 25, 2004
8:00pm
$5

CYNTHIA NELSON AKA THE SOPHIE DRINKER
(formerly of early 90's indie pioneers Retsin & Ruby Falls, currently orchestrator of the Sophie Drinker Music Project and drummer in The Naysayer, Cynthia Nelson has been making music for over 15 years. Don't miss her latest efforts)

DEAR NORA
(female fronted portland, OR la-la pop trio on Magic Marker Records. formerly of Wolf Colonel. "not a gloomy moment to be found..." allmusic.com)

TIZZY
(the mighty punk-pop trio returns to Flywheel after a birthing hiatus, with a brand new album no less!)

FEATHERS
(enigmatic tribe from the township of Northampton)


September 26, 2004
8:00pm
$3.00

MATT WESTON
solo percussion & electronics; "He is a sound explorer on an apparent endless quest for purity" -- Cadence magazine

THE CHEMICAL WEDDING
the one-woman orchestra of punk astral projection

AIMEE NORWICH
"She plays bass but makes it sound like a million different instruments."-- 80's synth-pop legend Howard Jones 


BHOB RAINEY/LE QUAN NINH/TATSUYA NAKATANI
(percussionist Ninh is a John Cage specialist and FMP alumnus; soprano sax player Rainey and percussionist Nakatani are current/previous (respectively) members of nmperign, of whom it has been said “[their] attention to the architecture of improvisation, control over a huge palette of sonic material, and ability to explore the extremes of music-making with subtlety and wit mark them as [some of] the most original thinkers in free improvisation today.” (Ed Hazel, Boston Phoenix). In other words, oodles of highbrow, low volume extended-technique fun await!)

HORA FLORA
(aka DJ Raub Roy Fingerhead, with superfrothed beatlesses)


September 28, 2004
7:00-11:00
be there!

FAREWELL PARTY FOR MISS BETH G
For more than two years, Miss Beth G (a.k.a. Beth Gallagher) has been a cornerstone of Flywheel's community. One of our most active bookers, she has become known and loved for her electronic music nights and silent film screenings, as well as for her own unique DJ stylings. Expertly blending "The Future" with the glamorous Past, crushed velvet with colorful polyester, Beth has blessed our space with a spirit that is at once generous, steadfast, and experimental. As a Collective member, she has long been a straightfoward yet sensitive voice of reason and optimism, helping us during a transitional time by taking on the formidable job of treasurer, and later mentoring a bevy of bright new bookers. As a friend said after spending one evening in her presence: "Beth is a treasure." Please join us tonight as we honor and celebrate Beth and the many gifts whe has given us in her time here. (Beth is moving to the Bay Area with her partner, Dennis, who is going to grad school.)

BOY WHO COULD FLY/FABULOUS DANCE PARTY

THE FREAKQUONOX/SUGAR BIXBY

DJ 12XU

DJ KILLBOT

MRS. FIN'S DIRTY LAUNDRY

THE CHEMICAL WEDDING

HNATIW

THE FABULOUS MISS BETH G. HERSELF!


September 29, 2004
7 p.m.
$5

JASON ANDERSON/WOLF COLONEL
touching and gentle, yet ragged and torn apart at the same time. sometimes funny, sometimes sad. always honest. often triumphant. on k records.

TIGER SAW
whispers, waltzes, and bedroom tempest songs. on kimchee records.

THANKSGIVING
17 year old portland musician authors lyrically impressionistic, acoustically grounded hearted-up folk rock. on marriage records.

THE RABBITS
super fun pop band!

JONATHAN HEBERT


October 1, 2004
7pm
$5

SAN SERAC
Okay, so '80s easy-listening lounge (PHIL COLLINS) vs. '80s black disco (EVELYN KING) vs. KRAFTWERK vs. 'Assault From Precinct 13.'

MISTY ROSES
The brainchild of London producer JONNY PERL and New York vocalist ROBERT CONROY. Fully formed works of real beauty and fake orchestrations

NO HAY BANDA!!
sick... guitar, drum, electronix

PEEK/POKE
Gameboy programming dance attack

THE VIDEO STATION
Indian Orchard up in this piece


October 3, 2004
7pm
$5

EMERGENCY MUSIC
Pop/indie rock stuff out of boston.

WAITING ROOM
Melodic Indie rock from Cork,Ireland

PARKERHILL
Female fronted post/punk/indie rock from boston.

THE ENDING
Punk/indie rock in the vein of Gameface/Farside from Pittsfield,mass.

MALACHI CONSTANT
Post/indie rock from wmass. Playing a special acoustic set at this show.


October 5, 2004
6pm
5$

CIRCLE TAKES THE SQUARE
will kick your ass.

AMPERE
north amherst. represent.

WASTELAND
formerly blame the victim.

COCOON OF GRAND MUSES
rockin stuff from cape cod

there's going to be a vegan potluck starting around 6pm bring some tasty food. cicle takes the square are from ga. come and support a great band who are on tour.


October 6, 2004
7 p.m.

GB MEETING


October 9, 2004
7pm
$5

CRAP WITCH
It's a freak out. (Northampton, MA) Expect anything.

HEAVENS LAMENT
Retro 80's style Emo synth featuring Todd LaPlant and Chris Laplant. Featuring tear-jerking songs about unrequitted love, and being used. (Eathampton, MA)

PETULANT CHILD

HARRY GONE ROTTEN


October 10, 2004
8:00PM
$5

ALARMIST
deconstructively playful surrealistic feminine punk madness/magic from Portland, OR

THUNGS
blending psychedelic experimentation and a keen sense of pop to make some of the most outrageously catchy songs that you may ever hear

X.O.4
caterpillar guitar for insect love

ANTHRO REX
one-man wind-up instafun, via squoshed Danzig covers and crosswired popness


October 11, 2004
7:30 door
$5

MICHELLE TEA & LAURENN MCCUBBIN
Michelle Tea, award winning author and Sister Spit co-founder, and Laurenn McCubbin, creator of the graphic novel XXX Live Nude Girls, present Rent Girl, a multimedia performance in words and images. Rent Girl is the boldly illustrated saga of one broke baby dyke trying to make a buck in the sex industry. Michelle and Lauren will also talk about the process of creating the piece and the issues it raises.

THE CHEMICAL WEDDING
one woman phantasmagorical whirlwind of astral-punk spoken word, projected image montage and music box orchestra...watch the changes in your eyes

HERSHE
fierce poet extraordinaire

EDWARD BARTOK-BARATTA
grab-your-heart verse of living and dying.


October 12, 2004
7 p.m. sharp

NEW MEMBER OPEN HOUSE
A pithy, snack-enhanced one hour introduction to Flywheel and how you too can get involved!


October 13, 2004
7pm
$5

ZEA
-Arnold de Boer- guitar/vocals Remko Muermans - electronics -This Amsterdam duo make a charmingly schizophrenic sort of fractured punkadelic artpop. Electro pop, but amplified into some Buzzcocks adrenalin rushes. They can sound like a robot programmed to rhyme, and/or psychotic reactions while jumping out of their skins. Veering from second to second between folk songs to speedy hammered sections. "The respective rosters of Sarah records and Tigerbeat6 line up at opposite ends of the playground and then ... BULLDOG!! Snot and hairgrips everywhere." (Careless Talk Costs Lives)

PERSIL
-Electro-pop with fuzzy guitars and sensuous, sweet girl vocals. The songs, which are based on inventive self-produced samples and groovy bass lines, sound playful, joyful and summery, while the lyrics are lightly ironical.

RUSSELL SEYFERT

NEWSAY

STEVE DEPTULA

SUE


October 14, 2004
7:30 en punto
$1 don

WORKS IN PROGRESS NIGHT
- Artists, Musicians, Performers, Filmmakers, Videographers, Poets, Writers, Gardeners, Architects, and Wild-Eyed Theorists - Put your own work in progress into the fray! This is a space for artists of all kinds to share their work and receive feedback in an atmosphere of open-minded support. The curious public is warmly invited to attend anf join the discussion. We are limited to 6 artists per night. Each gets a 20-min slot for presentation and Q&A. To sign up, please contact dinderdoll@yahoo.com (Participants & audience are asked to contribute $1 to support Flywheel.)


October 15, 2004
7pm
5$

REQUIEM
ex members of Catharsis. good stuff in the vein of godspeed you black emperor mixed with some heavyish hardcore sounds.

SPECTACLE
Norwegian hc sounds like a cross between His Hero is Gone and later Zegota.

DEATH TO TYRANTS
this N.H. based group will kick out some intense instmntl jams.

WASTELAND
wmhc formerly known as blame das victim.

THE IRRITATORS!
this superband features wmhc ledgends the drednoks with dargie crash on guitar. musically this is minor threat meets poison idea.

this is a show which will be featuring two touring bands: requiem from n.c and spectacle from norway. both of these groups are involved with the crimethinc. collective. bring some vegan food for the potluck at 6:30ish.


October 17, 2004
4:00

SPOOKTACULAR PLANNING MEETING
All ages and talents are invited to create the greatest Halloween show of shows! Create skits, play music, decorate part of Flywheel... it's YOUR party! E-mail dinderdoll@yahoo.com for more info, or just come to the meeting.


October 19, 2004
7 p.m.

ANNUAL MEETING
: : : The public is invited to attend our annual meeting, which will commence immediately following our General Body & Board of Directors' meeting (see below). The Annual Meeting is where we elect our officers for the following 12 months. You probably didn't even know Flywheel *had* officers. Come discover the meaning of this strange ritual!

GENERAL BODY & BOARD MEETING
: : : What's this? A Board meeting? Why, it's simply our twice-monthly meeting of the Collective. Our Board members, who are all members of the Collective, are ever-present at Collective (e.g., General Body) meetings, so it's basically the same thing. The difference is that at this particular meeting, the Hub (Flywheel members with voting rights) elects the Board of Directors for the next 12 months, in keeping with the requirements of an incorporated 501(c)(3) public charity, which Flywheel is.

**HOT TOPIC** NEW WAYS TO RAISE FUNDS FOR FLYWHEEL
: : : What an action-packed evening! Before we even get to the weighty business of voting in our Board and electing officers, we need to talk about survival (and "thrival"!). Flywheel is facing significantly higher operating costs. Keep the magic alive! Come help us brainstorm NEW WAYS TO FUND FLYWHEEL. We need your ideas and energy. **Please come**!


October 20, 2004
8:00pm
$5

*BRIGHT RECTANGLE SCREENING SERIES*

MATT MCCORMICK PRESENTS:
FROM TUGBOATS TO POLAR BEARS: A touring collection of short films. Matt McCormick, the trailblazing Portland Ore. filmmaker and Peripheral Produce impressario will be on hand to screen a selection of his work, made over the past five years and being released on DVD by the Peripheral produce video label. The evening's program will feature two new films, including 'Towlines' (22 min, 2004), an experimental documentary that explores the role of the tugboat in modern society and features an original soundtrack by James Mercer (frontman for The Shins). Also making its debut on the tour will be 'Grounded (5 min, 2004), a cinematic portrait of heavy industry and urbam wildlife


October 21, 2004
8 PM
$5

CERBERUS SHOAL
Portland (eastcoast!) Mind Travelers

TARPIGH
mmmmmmmmmmmskullcrackers

MICAH BLUE SMALDONE


October 22, 2004
7pm
5$

HERO DISHONEST
this finnish hc band will rock yer sox off!

THE PROWL
dark + gloomy w.m.h.c.

Hero Dishonest are on tour from Finland and could use your support. this show will rule.


October 23, 2004
6:30 p.m.
$5

MALICE IN LEATHERLAND
Funk-influenced deathrock with a hearty dose of horrorpunk...

KLONE
Industrial mayhem with a fun cold war-era political satirical element... Soviet spys and Uncle Sam chase each other around, wrestle, and hand out candy...

ABSYNTHE
Uber goth rock with an emphasis on the rock...

MALLOWEEN... A gooey Halloween treat with deathrock marshmallows, industrial nougat, and a punky goth chocolatey coating to make things go down smooth... DJ e>david spins oldschool deathrock, goth, and industrial before and between sets... No need to X-ray for needles...


MOVED TO HAMPSHIRE TAVERN!!
(the Taiwan Deth (Tan as Fuck) / Ortho / Vampire Belt show has been moved to the Hampshire Tavern, likewise an 8PM appointment.)


TWO IF BY SEA
original postpunk rock infused with the spirit and sensibility of late 70s/early 80s new wave

THE REPUTATION


October 26, 2004
6:30 PM
$5

THE CODE
energetic, in-your-face melodic riffs intertwined with positive politically and socially conscious messages are the names of the game for these punk rockers.

WASTED CHANCE
straight out of walpole, this political punk trio will make you squirm with delight.

UNCLE BOBS STOLEN MONKEY

PERILS OF REASONING
a no bull brutal hardcore/metal/punk/ band from western mass and rhode island.

TEAM AWESOME


October 28, 2004
6:30pm
$5

VIA AUDIO

THE MOTIVE HERO

NEW BLACK
A thoughtful take on frenetic and wiry art-punk with a pop-punk backbone and a new wave feel hailing out of Chicago.

HOPE LIES WITHIN

THE AMBER FASHION


October 29, 2004
6:30pm doors
$5

MOVE: A DOCUMENTARY BY COHORT MEDIA
(Documentary film which covers the full controversial history of the radical movement, MOVE, in Philadelphia that was created by John Africa in the 1970's. The story is told through interviews with actual MOVE members including Ramona Africa, The MOVE 9 prisoners, and MOVE supporters, neighbors, Philadelphia journalists, and others. Howard Zinn, author of "The Peoples History of the United States" narrates)


October 29, 2004
9:00pm
$5

XBXRX
(Chris from Hawnay Troof brings 12 minutes of anarchy to Flywheel)

THURSTON MOORE & THE HEAVY PEEPS

FAT WORM OF ERROR
(a cavalcade of cacophony. "we will smash no line before it's time")


October 31, 2004
2:00-5:30
$1 don.

HALLOWEEN SPOOKTACULAR!

2:00 INTERNATIONAL GHOST STORIES
-- Told by Northampton High School teacher Ernie Brill and friends.

3:00 MAKE A HALLOWEEN PUPPET
-- Materials provided!

4:00 PUPPET AND COSTUME PAGEANT
-- Take the stage and show us what you've got!

4:30 RAP & ROLL OPEN MIC -- JUST FOR KIDS!
-- Rhyme live to phat beats.

FEATURING MONSTER MASH MUSIC BY DJ KILLBOT
... It's robolicious!


November 1, 2004
7 p.m.

GB MEETING


November 4, 2004
7:30

MEET AT FLYWHEEL TO HELP PLAN FOR COMMUNITY MEETING
A meeting to help plan the big ol' communitymeeting on Nov. 9.


November 5, 2004
6:30pm
$5

THE SKEPTICS
Catchy punk/indie rock stuff out Easthampton,ma.

AMERICAN BUSINESS MACHINES
Western mass best garage punk rock n roll band.

THE TAMPOFFS
Garage punk rock n roll from boston,mass.

SIX FINGER
Power pop slash emotional rock/punk.

STAY BEHIND
Pop punk/indie stuff out of Lynn,mass.


November 8, 2004
7:30
$5

THE LOVERS
melodic folk

SALLIE
Experinmental instramental blended with a few choice lyrics.

OUTSMARTING SIMON
post-hardcore indie

The Lovers, Sallie, Outsmarting Simon A blend of melodic indie and experinmental instrumental rockers, complemented by comforting folk that will float your bad days away. Be ready for a relaxing evening topped off by a touch of dance.


November 9, 2004
7 p.m. sharp

NEW MEMBER OPEN HOUSE


November 9, 2004
8:00

SETTING DREAMS INTO ACTION!
::: IF YOU LOVE FLYWHEEL, this event is a must. We are inviting those who love the space and want to see it continue to JOIN US in making our dreams a reality in 2005. In this 90-minute meeting, we'll tell you about the goals we set at our recent retreat and then divide into groups where we brainstorm and start planning fun projects -- fun, we say! -- to meet them. Flywheel has much to give, but we REALLY NEED people to join us in this work. A little bit of help goes a long way -- don't worry about how much time you have. Every contribution counts. Feel the love! If you want to help and can't make it to this meeting, write volunteer@flywheelarts.org


JULIE DOIRON
Ex-Eric's Trip, solo since 1996, has worked with Dave Shouse (Grifters), Howe Gelb (Giant Sand) and Tragically Hip frontman Gord Downie. Now on Jagjaguwar. Recommended if you like: Joni Mitchell, Mia Doi Todd, White Magic, Cat Power.

THE CHEMICAL WEDDING
music box phantasm and liminal video

MARK SCHWABER
"... shifts from straight-up rock to sparse, nylon-string dirges, but the unmistakable constant is Schwaber's superb songwriting..."


November 11, 2004
8:00pm
$5

THE CAN KICKERS
(hey look if you haven't seen these guys yet, you are a grade-A-sucka. 'cause you are living an unfulfilled existance. dig?)

THE COUNTER CLOCKWISE
(strange folk music from Alabama. Feturing Matt B from the Pine Hill Haints, who ripped up Flywheel last year)

NORTHERN AGGRESSION
(hard-grass blue-core from UMass)

THE WAYWARD
from Va. this band has members of Carrion

*Old-Tyme-Punk-Bluegrass-Extravaganza*


November 12, 2004
7:30pm
$5

AFRO-PUNK: THE ROCK N ROLL NIGGER EXPERIENCE
(a 66-minute documentary, exploring race identity within the punk scene. More than your everyday, Behind the Music or typical "black history month" documentary this film tackles the hard questions, such as issues of  loneliness, exile, inter-racial dating and black power. We follow the lives of four people who have dedicated themselves to the punk rock lifestyle. They find themselves in conflicting situations, living the dual life of a person of color in a mostly white community. The style of the documentary inter-cuts interviews from scores of black punk rockers from all over the nation with scenes from our four protagonists' lives. They come from different regions, generations, genders, and sexual preferences but their stories are the same. The "rock n roll nigger" experience is the same. Afro-Punk features performances by Bad Brains, Tamar Kali, Cipher, and Ten Grand. It also contains exclusive interviews by members of Fishbone, 247- spyz, Dead Kennedys, Candiria, Orange 9mm and TV on the Radio to name a few.)


November 13, 2004
7:00
$5

PLATFORM ONE
Goth-tinged synthpop.

BRAND NEW IDOL
Synthpop from NYC.

T/B/A


November 13, 2004
9 am - 5 pm
n/a

RESERVED


November 14, 2004
7pm
$5

AMERICAN BUSINESS MACHINES
Western mass garage punk rock n roll.

THE JUSTICE LEAGUE

FATHER MCFEELY AND THE ALTERBOYS
Catchy fast punk rock from holyoke,mass.


November 15, 2004
7:30pm
FREE

A LIVING TESTAMONY: HIV AND AIDS IN THE BAHAMAS
Two Pioneer Valley residents will screen their work in progress documentary. One of those profiled in the film is an Easthampton resident and musician Andrew Jones (who grew up in the Bahamas).


November 16, 2004
7 p.m.

GB MEETING


November 17, 2004
7:30 en punto
$1 don.

WORKS IN PROGRESS NIGHT
Artists, Musicians, Performers, Filmmakers, Videographers, Poets, Writers, Gardeners, Architects, and Wild-Eyed Theorists - Put your own work in progress into the fray! This is a space for artists of all kinds to share their work and receive feedback in an atmosphere of open-minded support. The curious public is warmly invited to attend and join the discussion. We are limited to 6 artists per night. Each gets a 20-minute slot for presentation and Q & A. To sign up, please contact dinderdoll@yahoo.com. (Participants & audience are asked to contribute $1 to support Flywheel.)


November 19, 2004
7pm sharp
$5

HEAVEN LAMENT
Headlining with new tracks from their forthcoming new CD: "It Still Hurts" and "I'm Not the Same". Bring your tissues.

CRAP WITCH
The freak show whose music was featured in the locally produced horror flick "Stiff Odds" by Caleb Allen and Lauren Wood (See it during the Halloween weekend at The Garden Theater in Greenfield, MA)

RADIOACTIVE PROSTITUTE
You are going to need more than a condom to prevent contamination from these whores from Maine.

EVIL BILL
Jesus will not save you from the music of this maniacal genius. (Northampton)

Eric M. and Viking Woman take over the Flywheel with the return of Crap Witch and Heaven's Lament. Co-conspirators Radioactive Prostitute and Evil Bill are the opening bands. Brand spanking new short films by Amherst's public access legends ANDY EDDY and JAIR will be played between sets.


November 20, 2004
7:30pm
$5

DAMON & NAOMI WITH KURIHARA
(underground avant-garde folk stars Damon Krukowski and Naomi Yang, formerly of Galaxie 500, who can count Ghost & Nmperign among their many collaborators. Their music is delicate, beautiful, and hypnotic.

NMPERIGN
(Greg Kelly & Bhob Rainey bring their experimental trumpet/sax antics back to Flywheel) http://www.bhobrainey.net/ http://www.geocities.com/greyelkgel/

MATT VALENTINE & ERIKA ELDER MEDICINE SHOW
(follow those free-folk feelings)

ARMIES OF COMPASSION
(debut performance? of local outfit. who knows what to expect? only them. is the suspense killing you? Doug, formerly of 2600 & the warren commission is a member you know.)


November 21, 2004
1:00
$3

VIOLIN RECITAL: FLYWHEEL BENEFIT!
Local young violinists perform a variety of compositions in the classical, folk, and fiddle idiom.  A three-dollar donation is requested to benefit Flywheel or two dollars with a canned or non-perishable food item for The Food Bank. 


November 28, 2004
7pm
$5

DAS OATH
Mix the energy of THE GERMS, the progressive sound of earlier Killing Joke with the gritty noise overload of DC's VOID with anthemic undertones ala Agnostic Front, DAS OATH creates a sound that no other band comes up with in the world of loud music. They've not only messed with punk's status quo artistically but have expanded and championed upon the very best of hardcore and punk. ex-charles bronson,

OFF MINOR
Off Minor is a brilliant technical screamo band filled with great melodies and power. ex-saetia

AMPERE
Ampere is a four piece from Amherst, MA that features the guitarist from Orchid/Bucket Full Of Teeth. This band is bursting with chaotic energy and dynamic sound variance; melodic yet harshly psychotic. Short bursts of emo-violence.

THE RITES

DEATH TO TYRANTS

BONES BRIGADE


December 1, 2004
7pm

GENERAL BODY MEETING
Freedom is an endless meeting...but this meeting will be a concise two hours. Come and find out all the behind-the-scenes, Flywheel going-ons.


December 3, 2004
7PM
$5

AARON SPECTRE
makes digital sounds with a distorted soul, fragile melodies sprinkled with urban grit, grime layered over dense harmonies. grown in boston, hardened in the nyc pressure cooker, and engineered in berlin, aaron works in a number of different styles from ambient to glitchy electronica to breakcore to ragga jungle.

THE SOCIETY SUCKERS
the society suckers' live shows blend focused turntable skills with emotionally charged gear tormenting.they have a long history of performing in europe, with artists such as venetian snares, dj scud, patric catani, kid606, din-st, dj/rupture, hrvatski, dropthelime, and melt banana.

SIOKAOS
Chillout ambient and beats

BELLTONESUICIDE
Now with live drums...not to be missed

THE VIDEO STATION
Symphony of Destruction Dave Mustane style


December 4, 2004
doors 3pm, start 4pm
5- 3w/ can

SIRR

MARK SCHWABER

LANDING

B-SIDE

DOPLER SHIFT

SYNESTESIA

SUE

THE SPEAK

THE PINTER MOVEMENT

THE JOHN BOBBIT EXPERIENCE

EXIsT Music presents ~an all day music festival showcasing several local bands making their live debut,as well as some of the scene's tried and true favorites. come get a buncha free cd's! $5 or $3 with a non-perishable food item donation(to go to the food bank of western mass) *this show will also be collecting yr unwanted coats for the homeless


December 6, 2004
6:30 PM
3-5$

ARTISTIC RESISTANCE TO OCCUPATION
Deb Shoval and Ray Young who are both part of the Liberty Cabbage Theater group are going to do a slideshow on Palestinian struggle for liberation through art,including recent exhibitions of Artists Against the Occupation

this event will be a benefit for the Libert Cabbage theater's spring tour of An Olive On The Sedar Plate and will also be a fundraiser to bring a Palestinian artist group to the U.S. for this summer.

this event will be a benefit for liberty cabbage's spring tour of A Olive On A Cedar Plate


BARN OWL'S 4TH ANNUAL HOLIDAY DEPRESSION SPECTACULAR!
Barn Owl continues the quest. You'll see.

THRILL PILLOW
"grungy rock alternating unschizophrenically between rude & sweet pop"

FEATHERS
You like the psych-folk? Huh? No, do you?

a benefit for Flywheel! Fun and games and walking through the building!


DREAM THEORY
Hip Hop Funk

BLUE VAGRANTS
Garage Rock

FEENY
Rock 'n Roll


December 12, 2004
7pm
$5

DUFUS
NY-based outfit with experimental song structures and semi-improvisational live performance. dufus runs the gamut of musical ideals, blending different forms in often unexpected and pleasantly surprising ways while all the time maintaining an uplifting experience for the listener's benefit.

THE UNCOMFORTABLES
Former members of Pangloss and Pajama Slave Dancers rock the house.

AREN T

THE CAVEMEN GO
The Cavemen Go are an all-original rock/pop trio. The New Haven/NYC based band features singer/songwriter Jeremy Sage on vocals and guitar, music theory graduate student Steve Rodgers on keyboards and vocals and New Haven scene veteran Bob Roberts on drums and percussion. They are a force of nature, about as attractive as gravity.


December 13, 2004
7 p.m.

GB MEETING


December 14, 2004
7 p.m. sharp

NEW MEMBER OPEN HOUSE


December 15, 2004
7:30 en punto
$1 don.

WORKS IN PROGRESS NIGHT
Artists, Musicians, Performers, Filmmakers, Videographers, Poets, Writers, Gardeners, Architects, and Wild-Eyed Theorists - Put your own work in progress into the fray! This is a space for artists of all kinds to share their work and receive feedback in an atmosphere of open-minded support. The curious public is warmly invited to attend and join the discussion. We are limited to 6 artists per night. Each gets a 20-minute slot for presentation and Q & A. To sign up, please contact dinderdoll@yahoo.com. (Participants & audience are asked to contribute $1 to support Flywheel.)



December 16, 2004
7pm
$3./donat.

THE BERGERMEISTER'S COMDEY IMPROV NIGHT
A night of participatory comedy improv activities. Whether you have only seem these types of things on television or you have some experience stop by for the evening. You may only watch if you like or join in one of the games.


December 18, 2004
6:30pm
$5

I AM DISASTER
Western Mass best indie back!

KOST
Western Mass hardcore! Ex:members of All I Can, Take It To The Grave and etc.

ALLISON MODEL ONE
Female fronted crazy pop/punk/indie rock from NY.

A CAUSTIC KISS
Post Hardcore/Screamo from Chicopee,mass.

HYDRAULIC SANDWHICH
Western mass Punk rock!


December 18, 2004
9:30 am to 4:30 pm

FLYWHEEL RECORD, BOOK, AND CD SALE

this is a fundraiser for the flywheel that will feature dollar books, cds and records. the event will start at 9:30 am and go until 4:30 pm. come through and find some great gifts for the holidays!


December 19, 2004
7pm
$5

HOPE AND ANCHOR
all acoustic trio on tour from ashville, NC featuring guitar, bass, drums, accordian, and trumpet. slow and melodic similar to bands like ida and low.

THE NINE BILLION NAMES OF GOD
a musical project assembled by luke from sinaloa, with songs based on acoustic guitar and voice. from the boston area.

ARMIES OF COMPASSION
really amazing local acoustic guitar duo from western MA!


December 29, 2004
8:00PM
$5

BIRCHVILLE CAT MOTEL
New Zealand drone master-rare appearance

DONNA PARKER
Boston noise artist

HOWARD STELZER & CHRIS CORSANO
Boston-tapes/Northampton-percussion

JASON LESCALLEET
Maine - tapeloops

a Non-Event Incognito event


December 30, 2004
6:30pm
$5

AMERICAN BUSINESS MACHINES
Garage Punk Rock N Roll from wmass!

PIRANHA

A CAUSTIC KISS
Screamo/post hardcore from chicopee,mass.

LA GUILLOTINE
ex: Malachi Constant

LIPSTICK
Riot Grrl Punk Rock from VT


January 1, 2005
6pm
0

private party.


January 4, 2005
7pm

HAVE A NICE LIFE

BLACK CASTLE

NIGHT WOUNDS

DEF NEG!
george and dan kick out the jams!

FASHION GROUP


January 5, 2005
7
n/a

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING


MEETING POSTPONED
Meeting postponed because of weather conditions.


January 7, 2005
7pm
$5

THE FICTION
Hailing from three of the five boroughs of NYC, this three piece plays urgent and chaotic music. lp on level plane records.

MINAMATA
on tour, from the boston area. featuring members of bete noire and the critic! awesome music, awesome kids!

AMPERE
local amherst punks!

THE RAIN DESIGN

LAUREN CERRETTI
spoken word


January 8, 2005
6:30pm
$5

KILL YOUR IDOLS
Long Island oldschool hardcore/punk.

MY REVENGE
VT hardcore

THE IRRITATORS

WASTELAND
Fast Punk/hardcore from Amherst,mass.


January 11, 2005
7pm to 8pm

NEW MEMBER OPEN HOUSE
Pithy one-hour introduction to Flywheel including an overview of how we're run and how you can get involved as a volunteer, booker, or collective member


January 12, 2005
7pm to 9pm

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING


January 13, 2005
7pm
$3./donate

RETURN OF THE GOODTIME HOUR
(Night of comedy improv, participatory encouraged, but not required.)


January 15, 2005
8:00pm
$5

PARTYLINE
(1 microphone, 1 guitar, 1 drumset & 3 ladies= Punk Rock. Featuring Allison Wolfe of Bratmobile)

HNATIW
("droppin beats like Galileo dropped the orange?")

ANTHRO REX
(nonsensical lofi madness reigns supreme. come for the idiocy, stay for the stupidity)


**CHARMING HOSTESS SHOW CANCELLED**
check back for possible rescheduled date


January 18, 2005
8:00pm
$5.00

POWERLUNCH
from Baltimore : "Imagine, if you will, a couple of disenchanted 'jazz' and 'classical' musicians pretending to be 'electronic hardcore punk rock' musicians, which are then, once again, posing as jazz musicians"

THE JOLLY BOAT PIRATES
gay free jazz from Sweden

BARN OWL
You know the grok...look up the glexnor.


JASON ANDERSON/WOLF COLONEL


January 21, 2005
7pm
$5

BINAURAL
High energy rock band from North Adams, MA Featuring Greg Caproni, Brandon Rougeau, Harvey Shepard, and Eric Norton playing tracks from "Last Reaction" LP.

CHASING ETERNITY
Western Massachusetts hardcore.

MERCY UPON US
Western MA hardcore.

BELLTONESUICIDE
Featured on "Viking Woman presents..." public access show. New material.

ART IS LOST
Former members of Seventh Day Decent, Days Will Die, Behind The Broken, and Cremare. Western MA hardcore.

(TBA)
Western MA hardcore.


BRUCE JOHNSON
POSTPONED TO FEBRUARY 5.


BENEFIT SHOW
Show has been cancelled due to snow storm. Will be rescheduled.


January 23, 2005
8:00PM
$5

16 BITCH PILE-UP
"A huge group of dissonant noise, out of sync loops, and true excitement for the game!" - so says Neon Hates You! Unladylike festivites from Columbus, OH

FAT WORM OF ERROR
"Spasms and electrical short-outs prevail... upchucking the most colorful slabs of sound since the advent of [xxx]." - WFMU's Brian Turner, the little sweetie

SON OF EARTH
stalwart aficionados of the inaudible and the incomprehensible. "...beans who aren't interested in atonality, but just regular boys and girls who simply just... can't... play." - Carson Arnold

VAMPIRE BELT
Chris Corsano and Bill Nace's guitar-drums free fwonk. As ecstatic as a pouncing panther, but as ticklish as a little child.

GREY SKULL
re-enacting Quest for Fire (minus the love scenes) with scraps of metal, primordial bass and drums, and feedback. Plenty of feedback.


January 27, 2005
7pm to 9pm

GENERAL BODY MEETING


January 28, 2005
7:30pm
$5

MAN MAN
(junk shop jazz punk quartet from Philly with such instrumentation as "be-deviled bass", "snake guitar", "forethroat" and marimba. a unique experience not to be missed. new album out on Ac-Fu Records)

(F)-THNDR
(8 piece percussion centered ensemble that plays intense, experimental, danceable music from Windsor CT. Throbbing Gristle meets STOMP)

MINIVAN
(from the ashes of Minus A Map comes...)

AREN'T
(rocket sounds for moonshiners)

DUDE LAW


January 29, 2005
6:30 PM
$5

THE KLEPTOS
experimental ska doing it up out of wmass.

IN THE FACE
upbeat ska struttin their stuff from lowell.

HUMAN BONE BICYCLE SCIENCE INDUSTRIES
crazy female-fronted noise out of connecticut.

WHAT WEAPONS BRING WAR
a nice blend of grind and metal comin atcha from wmass.

UNCLE BOBS STOLEN MONKEY
female-fronted brain teasing skacore from killer wmass.

WASTED CHANCE
three piece set of politically charge punk from emass.

MARX REVOLUTION
music fusion out of good ole ct.

put your musical interests on spin cycle for this one... come one! come all! there's something for EVERYONE here!

80's show. $2 discount if sporting 80's clothes!


January 30, 2005
7pm
5$

THE IRRITATORS
w.m.h.c. legends. dargie rides again.

PERMANENT DAMAGE
this supergroup features members of green island and brains in danger!

DAS PROWL
featuring doug free!

CRASH AND BURN
boston ma is the rippinest town.

this show got moved from saturday to sunday cuz Close Call's final show is in Boston on saturday. FFA is playing that show. so it's a no brainer to change the date back a day.


January 31, 2005
7:30
$5

HORSE SPIRIT PENETRATES
Heavy Guitar and Drum improv, lots of mean faces from nice guys. big amps and blood on the drums. but in a nice way...

Tsunami Benefit Relief Show! ALL proceeds raised will be donated to Unicef to benefit the victims of the 12/26/04 Tsunami.


February 4, 2005
7:00
$5

PUPPET SLAM!

LARRY HUNT

MERRILL GARBUS FOOTPUPPETEER EXTRAODINAIRE PERFORMS "FAT KID OPERA"


February 5, 2005
7:00 PM
$3.00

BRUCE JOHNSON
Hootenanny Folk Music Singalong. Take-home songbooks provided. The Hootenanny will be a sing along of old folk songs and popular songs dating back to the 50's, 60's, and 70's. Songs that were popularized by Peter, Paul, and Mary, Bob Dylan, John Denver, Pete Seeger, Judy Collins, the Kingston Trio, and the like of that era. Bruce will lead the singing, accompanying himself with a 12-string guitar. Song books with the words to 60+ familiar, popular songs will be handed out that people can take home with them after the show.


February 8, 2005
7-9

GENERAL BODY MEETING


February 9, 2005
8:00pm
$5

DALEK
(experimental noise-hop act, who ALMOST played Flywheel in 2002. imagine Public Enemy, KRS-1 and Gang Starr having a conversation with Glenn Branca and My Bloody Valentine and you have an idea of what to expect. Check it)

BROMP TREB
(the glorious sound of reel to reel tape, dope beats, and baby fat. "cash economy, wants to fight!")

BELLTONESUICIDE
(local ear shattering free-form howls, noise, and percussion, from the depths)

AMPERE
(W. Mass based-wall of scream assault-for the oughties)


February 10, 2005
8:00PM
$5

DREAMCATCHER
Their new tape on Heresee was celebrated by John Olson on the American Tapes message board as "Rad." Drum Machine, Casio SK-1, turntable, guitar, vocals with many effects.

AMBIGUOUS WETNESS
umpteen-piece cassette orchestra

AND SOMETHING ELSE
to round out this evening of top-notch entertainment


February 11, 2005
7pm
$5

TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR

REDS

RACHEL JACOBS

NO OMEGA


February 12, 2005
10:00am
FREE

PANCAKE MOUNTAIN
A free screening for kids and adults alike of the Washington DC based DIY kids show, Pancake Mountain. Wacky, silly, fun and educational. Music, dancing and animation abound. See a promo here: http://pancakemountain.com/apancake.html

FREE PANCAKES
Not a hoax, a dumb band name, or a cheap ploy to get you here. The volunteers of Flywheel will be serving up FREE Pancakes for the kids and adults.

KIDS ACTIVITIES
After we watch an episode of Pancake Mountain, we will be holding an activity for the kids.

*******Pancakes, TV, and Fun!!!************** Come on down to Flywheel for a cold winter's day of free pancakes, a viewing of the DIY Washington DC based kids show PANCAKE MOUNTAIN, and some fun and games for the kids. Maybe some dancing, maybe some crafts. Who knows? Come on down to find out!!!! Kids of all ages welcome.


February 12, 2005
6:30 pm
$5.00

VALENTINE DAY SHOW
Free "Valentine" CD given with each admission for the first 50 patrons.

THE CAVEMEN GO
An all-original rock/pop trio complete with catchy tunes, intelligent lyrics and an all-around memorable sound.

CARS CAN BE BLUE
Simple, fun, catchy songs that combine bubblegum pop with an off-beat, sometimes even NAUGHTY sense of humor.

TSP
A pop/punk trio making their first appearance at Flywheel.

REFUGE
An acoustic duo. Accomplished guitarists bring with them a great sound.


February 13, 2005
5pm
FREE

YOGA CLASS
Lead by yoga local, Lizzie Gore. Bow to the two lotus feet of Lizzie. Donations to Flywheel accepted.


February 14, 2005
7pm

NEW VOLUNTEER OPEN HOUSE
Want to be a part of what makes Flywheel tick? Come to this one-hour introduction and find out how to volunteer at shows, book them, or do behind-the-scenes movin' and shakin' - check it out!


February 15, 2005
7:30pm, film at 8pm
free

CLOSE THE SCHOOL OF THE AMERICAS
Come learn more about this important issue and how you can get involved to make a difference. Call Adam for more info at (413) 585-0536.


QUEEN OF HEARTS SOCIETY
("Why me?" "Why not me!" Seasonally appropriate amateur comedy improv.)


February 18, 2005
6:45PM
$5.00

FLYWHEEL BENEFIT SHOW
Benefit show rescheduled from January 22.

AMERICAN BUSINESS MACHINES
WMass gararge punk/indie rock n roll.

AMNESTY UNDERGROUND

COMMON GROUND

KILL IT
"Grindcore from the hilltowns of Massachusetts"

THE ME AND THEMS

THE SKATAMATICS


February 19, 2005
6:45 PM
$5.00

FLYWHEEL BENEFIT SHOW - PART 2
Flywheel Benefit Show to raise money for Flywheel.

ART IS LOST
ARTisLOST fuse's elements of metal, grind, hardcore, with hints of jazz and screamo.

OF BLESSINGS AND BURDENS

MERCY UPON US

ANTI LOVE

HARVY GONE ROTTEN

BLACK DAYS DAWNING


February 20, 2005
7pm
$5

DEATH AMPHETAMINE
sick amherst based metal.

MANEKIN CAMLTOE
grind!

JRANDALL
a true legend.

BELLTONENOISESUICIDENOMADS
j.hartford+m.barritt making some great noize

THE TOURIST
local artisans making some ambient and harsh sounds

witness the brutal sounds!

this show is in the works of coming together, expect some great brutal sounds to occur!


February 20, 2005
5pm
FREE

YOGA CLASS
Lead by yoga local, Lizzie Gore. Bow to the two lotus feet of Lizzie. Donations to Flywheel accepted.


February 20, 2005
11 a.m. - 4 p.m.
FREE

CAFE FLYWHEEL!
Flywheel's Cafe is now open during the day every Sunday! Come browse our vast zine library! Drink tea, coffee, juice, or natural sodas! Eat home baked cookies! Study! Write! Listen to music! Make your own music! Meet new people! Draw! Hang out and Have Fun!


February 25, 2005
7pm
$5

THICK AS THIEVES
Aaron, Mike, Todd, and Tyler from Boston bring you their blend of indie-rock.

PAPER THIN STAGES
Schizoid song structures played with finess and style. Described as devilishly mellow and funky with guitars veering mind-manipulating rhythms.

CUZIN D
Singer/songwriter Darren from N.Y.C. performs from his first CD "Puppy and Substance". Check out the mp3 "Dressed In Green".

PILES


February 26, 2005
6:30pm
$5

AMERICAN BUSINESS MACHINES
Wmass gararge punk/indie rock n roll.

CANNONBALL JANE

HANDS
Ex: members of: The Warren Commission, Fiesel, Minus A Map and Superagent.

LA GUILLOTINE
Ex:: Malachi Constant.

THE ENDING
Catchy Punk/indie rock from wmass


February 26, 2005
1:00
$3-5

SECRET HIPPIES
one dude from belgium, another from providence, dressed in fake medieval disco, use their grossest voices for love purposes.

JACOB BIRD HOSPITAL
Jacob Berendes of Fujichia fame will play live and simultaneously processed sax, accompanied by a laptop, or through the laptop? his laptop will be playing the music he's playing live, different style...

LUCKY DRAGONS
one dude, from holland, playing freeked out, skronked out electronic beats and beeps...

HEART2HEART

4/23

BATHTIME
Hampshire flames bring improv violin / electronics, nice and ripe, for the whole family, but especially teenagers.

CANTON MYSTERY TOUR

HNATIW
the brothers return! more party than the civil war, more funk than the greenbay packers. techno for the internet, jams for your mind...

*************THIS IS A MATINEE SHOW!!!***** 1pm - 5pm, bring snacks, potluck style, we'll party and have fun and show ugly videos over the musical freakouts. Many bands, short weirded out sets, better than the internet! If you come, you can meet a real live BELGIAN!


February 27, 2005
7-9

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING


February 27, 2005
5pm
FREE

YOGA CLASS
Lead by yoga local, Lizzie Gore. Bow to the two lotus feet of Lizzie. Donations to Flywheel accepted.


February 27, 2005
11 a.m. - 4 p.m.
FREE

CAFE FLYWHEEL
Flywheel's Cafe is now open during the day every Sunday! Come browse our vast zine library! Drink tea, coffee, juice, or natural sodas! Eat home baked cookies! Study! Write! Listen to music! Make your own music! Meet new people! Draw! Hang out and Have Fun!


CLAUDIA MALIBU

Gallery Opening! Luke Cavagnac


March 5, 2005
4pm
$5

DEAD HEARTS
buffalo h.c. with members of the control

WASTELAND
great w.m.h.c. with a couple of dirgy jamz

this show is a saturday matinee. help support dead hearts who are doing a small tour.


March 6, 2005
8 p.m.
$5

HANDS
ex-members of: the Warren Commission, Fiesel, Superagent, and Minus a Map

MELODRAM
"Anthemic, harmonic, melodic, erotic, catatonic..." Rock n' Roll

BIG BRIGHT SUN (FEAT. MAGGIE NOWINSKI)

THE LESS LONESOME
Very melodic, driven, hard rock sound from Boston

Indie rock revival!


March 6, 2005
5pm
FREE

YOGA CLASS
Lead by yoga local, Lizzie Gore. Bow to the two lotus feet of Lizzie. Donations to Flywheel accepted.


March 7, 2005
7

GB MEETING!
two hour long meeting open to one and all! come be a part of the gears behind flywheel.


NEW MEMBER OPEN HOUSE


March 10, 2005
6 pm
$3-$5

COMRADE KILKIN
awesome kids on tour from detroit, michigan.

WASTELAND
western MA punx represent!!!!!!

THE BODY
guitar and drums two piece from providence, RI. loud and crushing. awesome.

AS LONG AS WE'RE ALL LIVING, WE'RE ALL DYING
from the boston area!

vegan potluck!!!!!!!! show is $3 if you bring a dish for the potluck or $5 without!


March 11, 2005
7pm
$5

THE UNCOMFORTABLES
Alternative rock from Westfield, MA. Generation X'ers will remember these formers members of Pangloss and pajama Slave Dancers from the 90's. Still looking good in their tight jeans.

USELESS
Aggressive, young pop-punk band from South Jersey.

EBB
Thrash core.

ARTIS LOST
Local hard core.

PERILS OF REASONING
Local hard core.

CRAP WITCH
The freak show from Northampton is back! Brian will once again were his skin tight leather pants to show off his cucumber for the ladies.


March 12, 2005
7:30
$5.00

FAT WORM OF ERROR
sounds like beef radar

AIMEE NORWICH
"she plays bass but makes it sound like a million different instruments..." - 80's synth-pop legend Howard Jones

KATT HERNANDEZ/MATT WESTON DUO
violin - percussion - eletronics - the newest in new

THE CHEMICAL WEDDING
multi-layered sound and video

A Flywheel New Music Series show : a Flywheel benefit!


March 13, 2005
7 p.m.

THE SANGUINE
Cinematic and strange sounds. Baroque, passionate, blood-stained and yet not desponding.

BAROO

JEFF
We are not improvising. We are not a jamband. This music is being written down, with a big ink feathered pen in a parellel dimension, and Jeff the band is totally aware of this dimension at all times. Our intention as artists is to bring that awareness of Jeff and the parellel dimension to the listener.

STEVE MOSKAL


March 17, 2005
$3./donate.
$7.pm

IRISH COMEDY IMPROV NIGHT
All questions will be answered.


March 18, 2005
6:30pm
$5

WASTELAND
Punk/hardcore from Amherst,ma

MY REVENGE
Fast hardcore/punk from VT

TIRED OF NOTHING
On Tour w/ My Revenge.

GHOSTORY
Post Hardcore/Punk from Northampton,ma. Ex:members of Maude,Noahs dove and etc.

FATHER MCFEELY AND THE ALTERBOYS
Punk/Hardcore out of Holyoke,ma.


March 19, 2005
8:00
$5.00

DJ CRITERION

LES TROLLS

NOISE NOMADS


March 22, 2005
8pm
$5

**BRIGHT RECTANGLE SCREENING SERIES PRESENTS**

THE MONSTER LOTERIA FILM TOUR
A night of work from Chicago based filmmakers Jim Finn and Arthur Jones. Themes and topics covered may include but are not limited to politics, pets, Saturday morning children's cartoons, emotional paralysis, and Mexican "loteria" bingo cards... This special evening will include an illustrated power point presentation conducted by Mr. Jones. Q&A with both artists to follow.

**
This program is supported in part by a grant from the Easthampton Cultural Counncil, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.**


March 23, 2005
8:00PM
$5

RUNZELSTIRN & GURGLESTOCK
kung-fu superpoop action

DAVE PHILLIPS
former Fear of God ("Switzerland's answer to Napalm Death and Carcass"), current vegan vomit-chef and psycho-physician

JUSTICE YELDHAM
whether rubbing his greasy jowls in contact-mic'd broken glass or just demolishing records spinning at 7800 RPM, this Aussie is sure to keep a smile on everyone's well-protected face.


March 24, 2005
7 p.m.

GB MEETING!
two hour long meeting open to one and all! come be a part of the gears behind flywheel.


March 25, 2005
6:00-9:00pm

ART ART DROP-OFF AND HANGING PARTY
Artists contributing works to the "Art Warming Party" exhibit should come between 6 and 9pm to hang their works. (If you can't stay to help set up, just drop it off. For more info, contact gallery@flywheelarts.org)


March 25, 2005
7
5$

DEATH AMPHETEMINE
Metal band from western MA.

NORTHERN AGGRESSION
Bluegrass /Acoustic / Grindcore.


March 26, 2005
2pm
free

FLYWHEEL ANIVERSARY SHOW
Join us for a celebratory evening of music, spoken word, film, food, and visual art!!!

BROMP TREB CONSENSUAL INTENT
an hour's worth of automobile mayhem

THE FEMMETASTIC FATALES
queer-friendly, bi-friendly, boi-friendly - BURLEQUE!

CAPTAIN SHY AND THE TIMIDS
empathy has a posse

CINDY BOW
plays your heartstrings like guitar strings

BASTARD SOUND
that dance-folk-punk recipe you were searching for

LAUDABLE PUS
unregognizable fractals of Baudelaire-meets-Billy -Joel-in-rehab

MASSACRE OF THE DEAD
Cashman and barrett's intimate attack

GROUP HUG
debut performance

PLUS THE SHADOW IN THE SHADE, MATT WESTON, LINCOLN MONEY SHOT, AND A SHORT FILM 13TH STREET

show starts at 2pm, ends at 11pm 5-7pm art opening, pizza party & potluck group show - 25+ artists 7-8:30pm open mic - sign up at the show on the 26th


March 26, 2005
9:30am
FREE

PANCAKE MOUNTAIN
(come enjoy episode 2 of Washington DC's favorite DIY kids show. plus free pancakes and some fun!)

video, free pancakes, and fun!


March 26, 2005
5:00-7:00

"ART WARMING PARTY"
Running from March 26 through April 20, this group exhibit features more than 20 artists, 95% of them local. Join us for the kick-off potluck and pizza party, 5-7pm. To be part of this show, contact gallery@flywheelarts.org or 413.527.9800.


March 27, 2005
5pm
FREE

YOGA CLASS
Lead by yoga local, Lizzy Gore. Bow to the two lotus feet of Lizzy. Donations to Flywheel accepted.



March 27, 2005
7:00pm
$5

AMERICAN BUSINESS MACHINES
Western Mass best garage punk rock n roll!

MILLION DOLLAR MARXIST
Catchy Garage/punk rock n roll from canada on Gear Head Records

WAITING FOR PHOENIX
Post hardcore/emo rock out of Northfield,ma.

ASHES OF A FALLEN HERO
A blend of hardcore/pop punk rock out of Chicopee,ma.(formally the strike)


March 29, 2005
8 pm
$5

BELLAFEA
haunting acoustic music on tour from north carolina!

LA MI VIDA VIOLENTA
lots of kids, lots of instruments and lots of energy! from western MA!

FENWICK
all female pop punk trio from north of boston!

AMPERE
amherst punx represent!

VEGAN POTLUCK ( food starts at seven!)


March 30, 2005
7:00 - 9:00 PM
n/a

SECURITY MEETING
Meeting of the Flywheel Security Committee. Everyone is invited to attend. This meeting concerns the security of Flywheel while shows are operating and when it is closed.


March 31, 2005
7:30pm
$5

WOLF EYES

THURSTON MOORE/PRUIENT

MAGICK MARKERS

GREY SKULL

X.O.4.


April 3, 2005
8 p.m.
$5

VIVA VOCE
Anita and Kevin Robinson of Portland, Oregon. New release on Minty Fresh. "Indie rock perfection".

ATOMICA
Like the early Talking Heads meet the Pixies...but not that good...

COUNT WESTWEST
rainboats, snowbeds, and octopus socks


April 3, 2005
5pm
FREE

YOGA CLASS
Lead by yoga local, Lizzy Gore. Bow to the two lotus feet of Lizzy. Donations to Flywheel accepted.


April 5, 2005
7pm
$5

HARAM
ex- page 99, majority rule etc... on tour from the washington DC area! they are awesome! dont miss their only MA appearance on this tour!)

MENEGUAR
rad kids from NYC!

THEY AND THE CHILDREN
psychedelic stoner hardcore from CT!

AMPERE
amherst represent!


April 6, 2005
7 p.m.

GB MEETING!
two hour long meeting open to one and all! come be a part of the gears behind flywheel.


April 8, 2005
8:00PM
$5

HORSE SINISTER
Loren Boyer, Kenneth Avery, and Harvey Benschoter tickle their homemade synths, lick their dangling wires, and tantalingly massage their electrosnare drum synths.

JESSE KUDLER
Improvised guitar, electronics, and synthesizer. Occasionally shirtless. From Philadelphia.

RED STARS
Does Tony Oxley ever use a tympani? No. Some very un-Barn Owl-ish subterfuge

OFFAL

SPIRIT HORSE PENETRATES


NEW MEMBER OPEN HOUSE


CALEB JOHNSTON

JESSICA RYLAN

PETER B

MR. UTERUS


April 18, 2005
8:00pm
$5

DUDE LAW

LIKE LANGUAGE

TEN-TON


THIS SHOW IS CANCELLED
Sorry folks. Due to some unforseen events, we will be rescheduleing this show for another date and time later this year.

EDIE SEDGEWICK
a solo drag show with songs about celebrities, with beats! "Le Tigre meets Black Flag w/ Henry Rollins in a dress". A solo project of Justin from El Guapo/Supersystem. Don't miss it....

THIS SHOW IS CANCELLED


April 24, 2005
7pm
5$

HUMAN HOST
straight outta charm city!

THE LAUDABLE PUS
raw powr

CRYSTAL COCK OVER CANADA
boston wins again.

CATTLE FUNERAL
5 min. sets rule!

DAN FRIEL
mike burke for prez!

human host are from baltimore. get into it!


April 24, 2005
5pm
FREE

YOGA CLASS
Lead by yoga local, Lizzy Gore. Bow to the two lotus feet of Lizzy. Donations to Flywheel accepted.


April 25, 2005
7 p.m.

GB MEETING!
two hour long meeting open to one and all! come be a part of the gears behind flywheel.


April 26, 2005
Doors: 6:30pm
$5

EVEN IN BLACKOUTS
Even in Blackouts, the newest musical project by Screeching Weasel co-founder/guitarist John "Jughead" Pierson, is best described as acoustic pop punk with female led vocals. This is something you don't wanna miss!

AMERICAN BUSINESS MACHINES

THE POPSTERS
Hailing out of Sicily, Italy playing garge/pop punk!

I AM DISASTER
I Am Disaster will be playing a special acoustic set at this show!

THE PROZACS
Punk Rock out of western mass.


April 27, 2005
7pm
$5

ANNIHILATION TIME
they've got no class. they've got no principles.

THA PROWL
get down with the sickness!

A.T. are on tour. come early and have fun.


April 28, 2005
7:30pm
$5.00

THE COLOR GUARD
from NYC: "The band's got mad love for dissonance and minor chord landslides, but they do not forsake a pretty tune." -- Village Voice

TIZZY
local legends, jumping and screaming through the valley

BIG BRIGHT SUN
Maggie from Pazza Ragazza's new project!


April 29, 2005
6-9pm
free

GALLERY OPENING: "NOV 3,1979; IMAGES OF THE GREENSBORO MASSACRE," BY ALIENE DE SOUZA HOWELL --
DJ and refreshments celebrate the opening of Easthampton artist Aliene de Souza Howell's exhibit of original paintings. Runs April 29 through May 28.


April 30, 2005
9:30am-12:00pm
FREE

PANCAKE MOUNTAIN
(Episode 3 of Pancake Mountain comes our way hot off the presses! Come for the free pancakes, stay for the funk!)

Free Pancakes! Free Video! Free Fun!


May 1, 2005
7
5$

SOUTHERLY
A folky kind of rock.

SUPER 88
A boston based band , bringing their soft singer-songwriter sound to western MA.

UNCLES IN NATURE
Good old western MA rock. Members past work includes: the fucking sparklies and the bunwinkies.

JARED WILDE
Singer-Songwriter

DINO


May 1, 2005
5pm
FREE

FREE YOGA ON THE LAWN
Come check it out! Beginners welcome. On nice days we're outside in front of the school.


GB MEETING!
two hour long meeting open to one and all! come be a part of the gears behind flywheel.


May 5, 2005
8:00PM
$5

CRANK STURGEON
what does the Wire say? "A dozen years down the road, Crank Sturgeon remain a persistent and very quacky noise unit. Their sounds have always been spasmodic, collage-like and redolent with a humour that seems anathema to so many noise pucks. 3E-Z Voice over Box-Top Living Solutions2 features the sounds of crickets sawing through great stacks of lumber while mountain men count insects in the background. That is, of course, before they're overrun by environmentalists, in trucks that burn a special kind of gas, but run stuff over just the same. And what big, soft tyres they have. Mmmmmmm..." See how they spell "tires" in England?

FAT WORM OF ERROR
a lack of subtler personal experience reposes in the shape of a fat worm of error

GASTRIC FEMALE REFLEX
see these Canadians now before they need a passport to bestow their low-tech noise blessings upon us!

GARGLEFLOUNDER MEETS GROUP HUG
collaboration between the human performance project Group Hug and Flywheel's most audatious alien ghost... Gargleflounder's first para-physical appearance on Earth.


May 7, 2005
7:00pm
$6

BLUE VAGRANTS
Alternative/Indie rock out of Western mass.

VIDEO PIGEON
Noise/indie rock from VT. (Check out their MP3's at http://www.myspace.com/videopigeon).

ATOMICA
Like Iggy Pop dancing with Donna Summer.

GHOSTORY
Post/punk out of Northampton,ma. Ex:members of Noahs Dove, Maude and etc.


May 7, 2005
9 AM - 4 PM
FREE

AMERICAN BUSINESS MACHINES
Open recording session. Live audience recording. Recording will start about 11:00 AM. This show is also a video recording so come and be part of the recording and enjoy the music. FREE to everyone. Donations to Flywheel will be accepted but not necessary.


May 8, 2005
8pm
$5

DANGER ADVENTURE
Careful vocal interplay, decorated with original keyboard work and jumpy percussion that adds a heady rhythm base to the songs. eclectic, electric pop music.

AIMEE NORWICH
Her sound, created with bass harmonics, chorus pedals, home-made electronic sound devices and loop stations spans a multitude of genres used primarily as spring boards for a unique self expression.

RED DOOR EXCHANGE
"Back-porch space rock with a dose of rainy-day Martian cathedral music"--The Advocate


May 9, 2005
7:45
$5.00

OVO
female/male duo FROM ITALY! totally crazy, bowing her dreadlocks, masked and scrambling, create the wildest ride not in an amusement park, but you know, not funny style...

PATCHBAY
Boston duo, bass loops, electronics, drums, mellow style experimentation

BLUEWIRE
Violin, scrapings and peace attacks, from providence

DAN CASHMAN / MATT WESTON DUO
Voice and Percussion duo, not to be missed.

BLOODIED BEAR
Folk Guitars


NEW MEMBER OPEN HOUSE


May 12, 2005
7:30PM
$5

DAT POLITICS

HNATIW

RAUB ROY

FREAQUANOXX


May 13, 2005
7 p.m.
$5

DEATHAMPHETAMINE

DOUR CURSIVA

THROWING SHRAPNEL

WITHIN THE FRAY

HUMAN BONE BICYCLE SCIENCE INDUSTRIES


May 14, 2005
7:00
$5

AVMUS
Ambient/Synth Pop From Hell.

CHEMICAL WEDDING & GROUP HUG
Local multimedia favorites - plus a new sister project.

OPERA GLOVE SINKS IN THE SEA
Haunting Theremin Melodies and More. An Apostasy Recordings Artist.

M0DNAR
Experimental Electro Chaos to Transmogrify the Brain.

An evening of eclectic electrics.


May 15, 2005
7pm
$5

TIDES
New album just released on Teenage Disco Bloodbath Records. "...droning instrumental waves of heavy elegance and gaunt atmospherics that are a no brainer for fans waiting for the impending Pelican album. Hailing from upstate New York, this young band has all the pieces to elbow their way into the crowd of Isis, Pelican and Neurosis with an air of confidence and the musical ability to match."

DRAW BLOOD
Boston Punk/Hardcore. CDep out now on Trash Art. New full length album on Deathwish in early 2005.

YOUTH LIBERATION FRONT
4 piece fast hardcore from the backwoods of new hampshire. new 7 inch out on Condensed Flesh Records.

YUCKY OCTOPUS
Western Mass hardcore!

VEGAN POTLUCK at 7pm. Music at 7:30. Please bring some food.


May 15, 2005
9 AM - 4 PM
n/a

RECORDING SESSION

BASTARD SOUND
Closed Recording Session.


May 16, 2005
7:30pm
$5

AKIMBO
loud and heavy,dont miss this amazing band on tour from seattle, WA!!!!

CONIFER
heavy sludge from maine!!!!!

AMPERE
amherst punx!!!!!

FRACTAL PATTERN
on tour from canada!


May 17, 2005
8:00pm
$5

PLUMP
(piano driven folk-pop from Valley veterans)

GRAVES BROTHERS DELUXE
(noise-scapey garage-pop and dark parlor music, from San Francisco)

ARENT
(quirky prog-pop trio. from 'round here)

JAI YOUNG KIM
(solo laptop punk)


May 20, 2005
6:30pm
$6

THE SKEPTICS

LA GUILLOTINE

UNLIKELY HEROES
Hailing out of Long Island,NY playing catchy punk/indie rock.

SIX FINGER

BLUE VAGRANTS
Alternative/indie rock out of Amherst,ma.


May 21, 2005
6:00 PM
$5 dollahs

MILE 21

UNCLE BOBS STOLEN MONKEY

THE KLEPTOS

THE SKATAMATICS

A FRACTURED FEW

CRYPTOID CHIPMUNK


May 22, 2005
7 p.m.

GB MEETING!
two hour long meeting open to one and all! come be a part of the gears behind flywheel.


May 22, 2005
1:30 pm
5$

BELLTONE SUICIDE
mike barritt throws it down again.

CALUMET-HECLA
two peice noise rock from woosta

SAH
2 peice drum guitar greatness from Michigan

ANOTHER BREATH
melodic h.c. from n.y.


May 26, 2005
7:30pm
$5.00

HUBBUB
"Hubbub works on the sound matter and creates an expanded space inhabited by stripes, interlaced designs, resonances, tanglings, points and strokes, at the border of acoustic and electric worlds." New CD on Matchless.

BARN OWL
raising questions, answering none

GREY SKULL
your favorite noise supergroup

TUMBLE CAT POOF POOFY POOF
How did that bear get in here? And how did he learn to make such amazing tape collages?


May 28, 2005
10pm
$4

THE DOCTOR
Produced and directed by Thomas Nola. A surrealist exploration of life dealing with a psychologist inhabiting a world full of colorful characters. He ponders life, visits cafes and vaudeville acts, and monologues to the mute ghost of a deceased child patient, as well as a mysterious griffin, while coming to terms with the death of his young wife, struggling to experience the finer things in life, and trying to figure out what it all means. (90 minutes)

Admission for those who didn't attend Jucifer show.


May 28, 2005
7pm
$6

JUCIFER
Originally from Athens, Georgia, this band combines pop, doom, noise, hardcore, jazz, emo, indie, goth, glam, grunge, trip hop, art metal , etc.into their own distinct oeuvre. Their colossal, floor-shaking 'wall of sound' will be daunting to those accustomed to lighter fare.

RADIOACTIVE PROSTITUTE
This Band is audio hallucinations, attempted narcolepsy, destruction of property, electronic substances, dissonance, and closed eye visuals.

FUZBUNI
From Chicopee, MA. Music for the Generation X'ers.

CATTLE FUNERAL
Eight songs in four minutes. Faster than a six pack of Jolt and two No Doze.

GLAZ ALMAZ
From Baltimore, MD, this band will kickstart the show with a short set of their stuff.


May 30, 2005
7 pm
$5

BURIAL YEAR
from san fransisco, California. ex members of takaru,Funeral Diner, A Light in the Attic, and Ruheada. Imagine the straight up Left for Dead style hardcore of Takaru--but more metal.

WASTELAND
western MA punk!

DEAD HEARTS
from albany, NY

AS LONG AS WE
two piece boston punk!!!!

BRAVO F'N BRAVO
NH represent!!!!!!!!


May 31, 2005
7pm
$6

WEIRD WEEDS
texas super-fun good times!

SHARON CHESLOW/CHRISTINA CARTER
best duo ever!

THE LAUDABLE PUS
sonnat nightmares

BEN GEORGE 7!
yea! back in full effect!

BROMP TREB
everybody get low!

weird weeds are from texas. so was christina carter. sharon cheslow is reppin the district of columbia,but is coming back this way from cali. the laudable pus have some tricks up their sleeves. bengeorge7 are gonna rock,brom treb is the shizat! this show will rule!


May 31, 2005
6-9pm

ART DROP-OFF: YOUNG PEOPLE'S ART EXHIBIT
- People ages 0-17 are invited to bring their artworks - in any size, medium, and quantity - for inclusion in the Young People's Art Show June 3 - 30. Bring your art and help hang it between 6 and 9pm tonight!


PRINCESS
songs made up from guitars, beats, toys, lots of good times

DAN DEACON
extra absurd music/performance, weird out time.

NUCLEAR POWER PANTS
danced out, freak attack, outfits for the future, one man, one mission: get down.

MOSCOW MULE
local high school!!!! 2 piece noise rock attack! bring it on!

DEFNEG + BELLTONESUICIDE COLLABORATION
noise + dumb = 4-eva


June 3, 2005
potluck 6, show 7:30
$0-$2

COMMUNITY CABARET: YOUNG PEOPLE
- Join us for an evening celebrating the visual art and performances of local young people, ages 0-17! Young performers, join in our OPEN MIC at 7:30. Bring a dish, or just yourself, to a POTLUCK at 6, then stay for an evening of short open mic performances, including music, poetry, skits, and maybe puppetry -- and a multi-artist show in the gallery!

THANK YOU, ECC!
** This program is supported in part by a grant from the Easthampton Cultural Counncil, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.**


REVEREND GLASSEYEREVEREND GLASSEYE
Alternative/Folk Rock / Gothic

ERATOK

ANDERSON COMEDY TROOP

SUPER 88

NIGHTBREED

CASEY DENIAL


GB MEETING!
two hour long meeting open to one and all! come be a part of the gears behind flywheel.


June 9, 2005
7:30pm
$6

SICK AND TIRED
w.m. hardcore. about to start their tour!

GODING SAWED OFF
gret h.c. from ny

LIVIN DEAD
c.t. hc/punk with a so.cal feel

FATHER MCFEELY AND LOS ALTAR BOYZ
tears it up


June 10, 2005
7:00 pm
$5 dollahs

THE FLAMING TSUNAMIS
Rockin hardcore/ska band kickin it from C to the T!

THE FLAMINGOS
Dance the night away to their awesome ska toons from CT!

UNCLE BOBS STOLEN MONKEY
This 7-piece female-fronted skacore band from WMASS will blow your ears off!

SKALIOSIS
Ska band from Plainfield, CT that's got its genre down to a science!

FATTER THAN ALBERT
A ska, reggae and punk band straight from good ole New Orleans!

SPARKLE MOTION
This killer punk band from NJ will make you move your booty!


June 11, 2005
$5
8pm

JASON ANDERSON
uplifting indie-folk anthems, on K Records; first Flywheel show with a full backing band!

STEVE MOSKAL
local hero with the best rhythm section in western Mass; Rancid and Billy Bragg collide in jams you can dance to.

STRAND OF OAKS
on tour with Jason; beautiful Neil Young--by way of--Damien Jurado lamentations; timeless music from northern Pennsylvania.


June 18, 2005
7pm
$8 dollahs

OF BLESSINGS AND BURDENS
Screamo/hardcore from Amherst.

THE MILES BETWEEN
Tech hardcore form Taunton, MA

PERILS OF REASONING
Old school hardcore with melody.

ART IS LOST
Heartfelt grind/hardcore

BLACK DAYS DAWNING
Brutal metalcore from Monson, MA

MERCY UPON US
Connecticut hardcore.

Rescheduled from April 2nd. Mosh to your favorite local bands. New security rules! Music videos and short films between sets.


June 19, 2005
6:30 potluck, 8 show
$3 - $6

BIG BANG CIRKUS
- What’s summer without a circus?... All the way from New Orleans, the Big Bang Cirkus is an alternative circus featuring ten blow-your-socks-off performers bringing you the most diverse “10-in-1” sideshow you may ever see!... From the juggling of various implements, to escape acts and beds-o-nails, these folks leave almost nothing to imagination (except for those moments when you *just can’t look*).... Featuring the renowned Abe Valentine, Bobby Panama, “Snake Woman” Miss Claire, Stumps the Clown, Thimbles the Clown, Ratty Scurvics-Singularity, Okra P. Dingle, and the Wonderland Waifs.... Come for the potluck at 6:30 and stay for the show at 8:00!


June 20, 2005
7pm
$5

THE HOLY MOUNTAIN
ex-combat wounded veteran, crusty hardcore in the vein of tragedy and from ashes rise, on tour from florida!

AMPERE
amherst punx. short fast and loud.

THREEFIFTEEN
melodic mid-paced to fast hardcore from pittsfield, MA.

NOVEMBER FIFTH 1955
hardcore from westfield, MA

WASTELAND
up the punx!!!!! from western MA!!!!


June 21, 2005
8pm
$5

DEBLOIS
Singer songwriter with a grounded blues tinted folk sound. Her gospel influenced vocals will keep you coming back for seconds. A little country, like buscuits and gravy, a little bluesy like a porch swing jam, a little bit of Spanish just to let you know she can. Don't miss this rootsy acoustic performer, honey guitar and vocal finesse.


June 22, 2005
7 p.m.

GB MEETING!
two hour long meeting open to one and all! come be a part of the gears behind flywheel.


June 23, 2005
7:30pm
$5.00

NECKING
new york, dual electronics, fresh off spending a year on Korean TV????

ANGEL DUST
features R.Francisco from M Ax Noi Mach, Nate Knifestorm and more... Like coming down off Angel Dust, but different. south philly gets dirty.

TOOKIE SHERMAN
west philly weirdness

DAN MURPHY
in between sets, w.philly freakout? we'll see!

SECRET NAME? TRIO
Three dudes, three basses, lots of pedals and wires. features, bill nace (vampire belt, x04), donny shaw (fat worm of error, offal), george w myers (grey skull, etc.)


June 24, 2005
7:00pm
$6

COMMON GROUND
Western Mass Punk/hardcore

FIRED UP
Fast oldschool hardcore from CT.

BRAIN DEAD

FACE OFF
NOT YET CONFIRMED. .... CALL AHEAD IF ARE COMING JUST FOR THEM.


June 25, 2005
7:30pm
5$

THE MATHEMATICIANS
great math rockish stuff from n.y.

LA MI VIDA VIOLENTA
la mi vida violenta are like ornette, maceo and albini kicking out some jams together.

STEVE SWIFT
yeah!

DJ12XU

get down with the get down!


June 27, 2005
7:00pm
$6.00

THE MCFEELYS
Hardcore/punk out of Western Mass

FENWICK
Girl fronted Punk/Pop out of Boston,ma

THE KOST

UNUS MCFLYNN


June 28, 2005
7:00PM
$5

LAUNDRYROOM SQUELCHERS
Rat Bastard's (To Live and Shave in LA) most beloved child. "...the deconstruction and obliteration of rock and roll in dissonance and off-key chaos." Grown from the remnants of Scraping Teeth ("worst band in America" - Spin Magazine).

XELA ZAID

LESLIE KEFFER


June 30, 2005
8:00pm
$6

THE DIRTY PROJECTORS PERFORM THE GETTY ADDRESS
a "rock" opera/film screening/ artshow based on the current LP by the Dirty Projectors. The album will be performed in it's entirety, led by Dirty Projectors MC Dave Longstreth The album is about post-9/11 America, the destruction of our natural wilderness, the confrontation between Hernan Cortes and the Aztecs in the early 16th century, and a protagonist named after Don Henley. The music is a far cry from the standard rock formula. It is a stuttering classical base accompanied by digital R&B beats and instrumentation provided by strings, woodwinds, and a female choir.

WIND UP BIRD
(former member of 33.3 and Arcaro brings his beautiful ambient soundscapes to Flywheel)

NAT BALDWIN
(solo contrabass from NH)

VUK
(repetitive, hypnotic samples and metallic percussions combined to smooth organ layers, alongside with the rather astounding singing voice)

MATHEW, KIGHT OF LOAF
(from Holyoke via Palmer comes the bearded one)

A REVIEW OF THE GETTY ADDRESS


July 5, 2005
7:30pm
5$

BASKET TREE
basket tree are a female duo from baltimore with a improvised set of ecclectic electric fun!

NICKY CLICK
solo dance party time from this grrl who lives in portland or.

BIG DIGITS
these dudes are some boston hip hoppa.

GET DOWN WITH THE SIZURRP! SOUND SYSTEM
they will be collectively "chopping" and "screwing" some dirty surr hip hop at some slow speeds!

sizurrp!


July 8, 2005
7pm
$5

SLINGSHOT DAKOTA
( rockin indie stuff on tour from NYC, dual male/female vox similar to old rainer maria. featuring the amazing carly from the acoustic duo donna and carly!!!!! ) (click on the website for mp3's!)

FELLOW PROJECT
Fellow Project plays mellow music with lovely tones and introspective lyrics. Their use of instruments like the mandolin and flute gives them an airy feel. Both vocalists bring something to the style as the female's vocals are smooth and the male vocals have a '60s protest quality.

SINALOA
Sinaloa is a band doing it the right way… poignant, poetic lyrics hauntingly and beautifully sung, spoken, and shouted over rolling music. The drums push things along, creating a head-nodding cadence that is accentuated by dueling rhythmic guitars. At times it’s harmonious and melodic, others dissonant and unsettling, but it’s always moving.

MINAMATA
hailing from lowell, MA this thunderous trio brings us their interesting and innovative punk rock.


July 9, 2005
7:00 PM
5:00

THE LIST EXISTS
Elaborating on the standard guitar/bass/drums formula, Boston-based THE LIST EXISTS utilize everything from Wurlitzer, synths, trumpet, loops, samples, and programmed drums to create their unique dream-pop sound. Falling somewhere between the sweeping post-rock of Sigur Ros, the ambient electronic pop of Air, and the shoegazing intensity of My Bloody Valentine, THE LIST EXISTS have been building a fan base throughout the Northeast since late 2003. Their rigorous tour schedule has included shows at The Middle East and T.T. the Bear’s in Boston, and Sin-e and Arlene’s Grocery in New York. THE LIST EXISTS’ first album, Barcelona EP (released in March 2004), was called, “[F]ull and stimulating, mellow and intriguing, but overall, something you have to hear for yourself” by the Bowdoin Orient, and likened to “a Portishead single slowed down to 33 rpm” by the Portland Phoenix. Their second, self-titled EP (released in October 2004) was named “Best Demo of 2004” by American Brothers, and the opening track from the album was featured prominently on Mangoneworld.co.uk, making “Film Noir Love Story” the number one most downloaded track on the website for the month of November. In January, the song was featured on KEXP (Seattle) DJ John Richards’ “The Morning Show”, where he named THE LIST EXISTS “Your New Favorite Band”.

PROJECT MAYHEM
Project Mayhem is a powerful and sophisticated rock band containing only three members. Their influences range from eternal rock legends such as Led Zeppelin and Deep Purple, to some of today’s more progressive acts such as Dream Theater. Mayhem stands out from the copycats and clones of today, offering two lead vocalists, complex yet catchy riffs, and an unmistakable family bond that can be seen and felt by their audience. “With brothers Matt and Tim Lillis providing the driving rhythm section, and cousin Jesse Lumb’s dynamic guitar playing, the trio shares a connection comparable to very few bands of today.” – “Westfield Voice”

CAPTAIN SHY


July 9, 2005
9 AM - 5 PM
N/A

CAPTAIN SHY
Closed recording session.


July 10, 2005
1pm-6pm
free

ART OPENING/RECEPTION...
...for Gallery's July exhibit, featuring the works of local artist Ron Hebert. Ron Hebert's art is simple yet moving; he uses a technologically based process yet his subjects are of a traditional nature. His work recalls the power of the art of Grandma Moses, yet he seeks to meet his viewers in the 21st century. The artist's enthusiasm for his work emanates from his pictures, which are generated from computer imagery. Ron Hebert creates a world that is familiar, yet he has reshaped it in a way that makes it new again.


JUICEBOXXX

FRANKIE MARTIN


FRANKIE MARTIN

JUXXXBOX

TUMBLE CAT POOF POOFY POOF

ANTHRO REX COLLAB


July 15, 2005
7pm
$6 donatio

A DAY LATE
Jeff, Eddie, Chris, Tom and Will from Boston, MA will be playing music that are influenced by the likes of Blink 182, New Found Glory, RUFiO, and The Starting Line

CONSTANT CONSPIRACY
Southampton, MA rock alternative band that brags their amps go to 11.

THE PROZACS
High power rock and roll in 3 chord angst from Springfield, MA.

"SCUZ"
Westhampton, MA bad boys of alternative rock.

TWO MINUTE WARNING
Hudson, MA 's local pop/punk band. Featuring Craig, Matt, Jon, and Mike

A celebration of punk rock and 3 chord angst.

TBA : line-up will be complete a.s.a.p.


July 16, 2005
6:00 PM
$5.00

UNCLE BOBS STOLEN MONKEY

COUNT FISTULA

WASTED CHANCE

WINDPIPE INTERCOURSE

IN THE FACE

MARX REVOLUTION

this is a benefit and birthday show! woo!


July 17, 2005
7pm
$5

OFF MINOR
Off Minor continue to delve into the chaotic void of emotive hardcore to pull forth these melodic and catchy yet frantic and jilted songs. on tour with my disco!

MY DISCO
on tour from Austrailia!!!!!!!!

AMATEUR PARTY
x-kill the man who questions. from philadelphia.

UNITED STATES
pop punk from NYC!

AMPERE
local punks!


July 18, 2005
8:00pm
$6

LIGHTNING BOLT
("heavy, dude...heavy")

AFRI RAMPO
(from their website "...2 young Japanese girls rock duo from Osaka JAPAN! Naked rock!!!!! Naked soul!!! Red red strong red dress!! Freeeeeeeeedam paradice rock! Jump! With improvisation. Sooo fantastic & wild performance !)

THURSTON MOORE + HEAVY CREEPS

WOODEN WAND & THE VANISHING VOICE
(raga-free-psych-folk from Nashville, TN. "music for stoners and loners")


July 19, 2005
7pm
$5

THE CRITIC
Spacey hardcore from NH. Amazing band. Amazing dudes.

FIRES
Screamy hardcore from Boston, MA!

FøRT VED BRANN
Metallic hardcore from Maine!

THE HEURISTIC
Tech-hardcore from Boston, MA

Vegan Potluck at 7! Please bring some food to share!


July 20, 2005
8:00
$2

AL BURAIN AND JESSICA HOPPER READING TOUR!
Renowned Punk Planet columnists Al Burain and Jessica Hopper visit our humble burg and read from their work! Burain will bring his new mini-zine and comic, entitled Utopia , about Chicago's trains, along with his comic anthology and Burn Collector zines and books. Hopper will have a new Hit it or Quit it, and possibly a new comic as well. Says Hopper (about booking this tour) in a recent blog: "The amount of cities where we have been offered a vegan meal, couch space and to accomodate us with a back yard to read in with a puppet-show opening act - outnumbers the cities where we are going 2 to 1."


July 22, 2005
7:30 pm
$6

LA MI VIDA VIOLENTA
it's like the jb's meet sun ra at a slint show. or something like that..

THE HAND FED BABIES
xmembers of the black eyes..they can't be contained!

SENTAI
spazzy noise with synth loops=great stuff from d.c.

THE NERVOUS SURGEONS
dk's sounding punk from some sturbridge area youth.

this show is the kick off show for the sentai, hand fed babies, la mi vida violenta tour. it's gonna rule! bring some vegan food for a potluck at the beginning of the show!


July 23, 2005
7pm
$6

**FLYWHEEL BENEFIT SHOW**

DUCK

CHRISTINA CARTER AND GOWN

X.O.4

THURSTON MOORE W/ HEAVY FREAKS

STARPOLI/CRESPO/TODD TRIO


July 24, 2005
2:00 - 5:00
donation

YOUTH IN PSYCHIATRY WORKSHOP
- Panel of three speakers who have been through the experience of being diagnosed & psychiatrized as youth. Extensive discussion to follow. A Freedom Center event.

FREEDOM CENTER
Freedom Center is the area's only group run by and for people labeled with severe 'mental illnesses.' We call for compassion, human rights, self-determination, and holistic alternatives. We stand against the mental health system's widespread despair, abuse, fraudulent science and dangerous treatments.


July 26, 2005
6:30pm
$6

AMERICAN BUSINESS MACHINES
Garage Punk Rock N Roll

BLUE VAGRANTS
Alternative indie rock from Amherst,MA

NIGHTBREED
Post Punk/indie rock out of Cleveland,OH. Ex;Allergic To Whores.

SESSION EIGHT
Female Fronted Punk Rock out Italy!!!

THE PROZACS
Catchy punk rock from wmass!


July 30, 2005
5:30 PM
$5

WASTELAND

YOUTH LIBERATION FRONT

WRONG DAY TO QUIT

Vegan Potluck.


July 31, 2005
7pm
$5

JASON ANDERSON (K RECORDS)
Even bigger backing band than last time! All new songs! OMG!

TIGERSAW (KIMCHEE RECORDS)

STEVE MOSKAL BAND

SPARROWS

NAT BALDWIN


August 4, 2005
6:30 potluck/ 8 show
$8.00

FLYWHEEL BENEFIT SHOW!

THOR: LEGENDARY ROCK WARRIOR
Voted "one of the Greatest 100 Frontmen of All Time" in the July, 2004 edition of the UK's Classic Rock Magazine, THOR is an enduring icon of glam rock/metal, and one of the true originators of rock theater. Appearing in an upcoming USA Network movie "Murder at the Presidio" (one of several on his resume), and with three decades of records selling in the hundreds of thousands, this amazing cult legend comes to Flywheel to bend metal bars with his teeth and *seriously* rock Western Mass. All to benefit Flywheel. You will not be disappointed.

DIRTY NEEDLES

FISTAH

(THOR
concert photo by Dan Waters)

Local bands Dirty Needles and Fistah will open. ***Come for the potluck at 6:30 and meet THOR!*** (And bring a dish, please - he's hungry.)


August 6, 2005
7pm

ART OPENING

CATHERINE KENNEALLY
Spiritually charged landscapes and lifescapes. Oil and opaque water color.

ASHLEY CLARK
Photos.


August 7, 2005
7pm
$6

BEYOND THE GRUNT CALL
Baltimore based post h.c. they sound kinda like a cross between Torches To Rome and 12 Hr.Turn

COMMON GROUND
rise above!

PUNK ROCK JAM BAND
kick out the jams! mofo's!

COMPLICATED SHIRT
lound good stuff.

BREVATOR
sick nooise dudes.

common ground are gonna rule.


August 9, 2005
7pm
$6

REQUIEM
powerful h.c. frpm N.C. with a heavy Amebix vibe.

GUILT LUST
melodic punk from pittsfield by way of westfield.

CATTLE FUNERAL
banned from the clubz = exciting stage presence

PARTY PATROL!
yeah! these guys are outta control!

BLACK BELT CLUB
holyoke h.c.

Requiem are touring about. time for the fun to happen! bring some food for the vegan potluck at 7.


August 9, 2005
7pm sharp-8pm

NEW MEMBER OPEN HOUSE
Come get involved! Book your own events! Help support Flywheel in many ways, shapes, and forms! Be your own best self! One hour long! ALL-ONE! Woo-hoo!


METALUX
erroneously billed as "two gals from Chicago playing electroclash" by an odd fellow in Montana. Old album on Load, new album on Kill Rock Stars/5 Rue Christine, neither of which is slinky or shiny.

MONOTRACT
Drums! Guitar! Electronics! Singing! Upcoming album on Ecstatic PEACE!

CHEMICAL WEDDING
stars of the Easthampton video-and-pop-song renaissance

DREAMCATCHER
delicious Canadian two-piece. Fisher Price record players, frayed wires, and crunchy songs


August 11, 2005
8pm
$5

SAPAT
Aaron Returnin'bloom with his bearded midwest psyche-jazz cohorts

SON OF EARTH
you haven't forgotten so soon, have you?

CARLA BOZULICH
of Geraldine Fibbers, that Red-Headed Stranger remake, Scarnella (with Nels Cline) and perhaps most importantly, gary Kail's masterpiece-ical Creative Nihilism record

GOWNS
the new wave of folk noise because they have a computer. withspecial guest Henry from Amps for Christ

SCOTT FOUST
new poetry and dance routine


August 14, 2005
5pm

GENERAL BODY MEETING


August 15, 2005
8pm
$5

ROSE FOR BODHAN
LA cowboys, free spirted rock attack, releases on Black Bean, GSL, Deathbomb Arc.

SUMMER JAM BAND
from Dirtttty South Philly, the slickest bodies bring you the nastiest filthy jams ever. last show of their tour

CAPTAIN AHAB
LA punks gettin their axes out to grind


August 22, 2005
5:30 PM

WAITING FOR BRANTLEY
An Emo/Alternative band from Laurel, Mississippi.

AMERICAN BUSINESS MACHINES
A 4-piece punk band from Western Mass.

SIMPLY HUMAN
An Alternative/Powerpop band from Florence, Mississippi.

BLUEPRINT
An Emo/Pop punk band from Oxford, New Jersey.

RUNNING WITH KARMA
Running With Karma is a harmonious blend of alternative pop/rock with ambient electronic experimental interludes and soundscapes. This quartet plays a moody style of music which has a poppy side to it with many varying aural textures.

THE RAIN DESIGN
The Rain Design ia an Electro Post-Hardcore Pop band from Western Mass.


August 23, 2005
7:30pm
$5.00

OTHERS
Rachel Thompson -violin, analog electronics; Jonathan Zorn - laptop, analog electronics; David Kendall - laptop -- new and improved 100% violin free!

VEGANBRANDMOUTHPET
Angela from TanAsFuck! crash + electronics punch + guitar wail

OKAN

MATT WESTON - KATT HERNANDEZ DUO
percussion - electronics - violin --purity/accuracy/gets you there on time

JESSE KUDLER
Improvised guitar, electronics, synthesizer.


August 24, 2005
7:30 pm
6.00

FLYWHEEL'S DOG DAY CABARET: THE FIRST SHOW!
Theatre/Cabaret/Variety show - theatre, short films, spoken word, music, profound weirdness. Possible edgy content (be forewarned).


August 25, 2005
7pm
$5

RINGERS
amazing new pop punk band from boston/new york. (ex-the insurgent, sirens )

FLOWERS IN THE ATTIC
a explosive four piece on tour from southern baltimore! Musically they are discordant and grating, bridging hardcore with sludgy noise rock. They alternate between slow and sludgy, to fast and manic, to melodic and weaving.

TRIAC
on tour with flowers in the attic from the baltimore area! ex-enemy soil, maudlin of the well.

ONE MORE TBA


August 27, 2005
8pm
$6.

FLYWHEEL'S DOG DAY CABARET
Theatre, music, short films, dance, art, spoken word, profound weirdness. Possible edgy content (be forewarned).


August 28, 2005
7pm
$5

CARS CAN BE BLUE
Simple, fun, catchy songs that combine bubblegum pop with an off-beat, sometimes even NAUGHTY sense of humor.

JOHNNY HOBO
There is not enough music that can combine anger with dark humor,catchy melodies with screaming, and fourties with intelligence.

MANTITS
Acoustic musician extraordinaire, currently inhabits the wild underbrush of sunny Brattleboro, Vermont. He has been playing his particular style of miserable optimism, complaining incessantly about painful and absurd patterns of interpersonal communication since 1999.

JERK OFF JACK OFF FRIG FACE

BAND OF NARCS
Abstact 3 piece rock band from Westrn MA featuring Matt, Oscar and Rob.

Washtubs and plenty of dirty laundry on the booker.


August 28, 2005
5:00pm

GENERAL BODY MEETING
Join us for discussion and decision-making -- the invisible power behind the magical Flywheel machinations!


August 30, 2005
7:30pm
$5

MOUTHUS
super psyche-snarled feedback and overload squall w/ hep sick-wave edge. A brain-gouged cross of Manowar head implosion and New York dustbomb detonation. Total surf skum blooze drone on Ecstatic Peace.

RADICAL KOOL DUDES SYMPOSIUM
If Disney's Fantasia was the soundtrack to an unreleased Gorgeous Ladies Of Wrestling (GLOW) Nintento Game...plus kitchen appliance noises

KOOL BEANZ
Can you guess which cast member of Designing Women is the former drummer?


September 1, 2005
7pm
$5

THE BODY
The Body is two men and several amps, one drum set and one guitar turned up really really loud. Two of the nicest most upbeat dudes playing the most wicked evil rock.

GREY SKULL
Sludgy noisy awesome bunch of dudes from Western Mass! Members of bengeorge7 and Defneg.

JACOB BERENDES
Could be sample heavy electronic...could be solo acoustic...will be AWESOME! Jacob is from Providence and is touring with The Body

AND/OR
Sincere DIY punk from Lewiston, ME.

DEATHS HEAD SPHYNX
On tour with The Body

7pm Vegan Potluck. 7:30pm Music starts.


September 2, 2005
7pm
$5

THE HOSPITALS

BURMESE

THE UNCOMFORTABLES

AMERICAN BUSINESS MACHINES

ANIMENTAL

More infomation on the bands is available on www.loadrecords.com


September 4, 2005
8:00PM
$5

16 BITCH PILEUP

YELLOW SWANS
Improvisational and processing, respect the methodology of international American Free Dub. Hip full spectrum of new of spiritual journey, and the establishment of meaningful cultural folk and native from around spectrum tonality and musical.

DUCK

DONNA PARKER


September 7, 2005
8:00PM
$5

MINDFLAYER
Mindflayer consist of: SPACE - Torturing analog electronic devices until they die, and TIME - Hitting things with sticks until they fall apart. They grew out of Fort Thunder.

WIZARDS
Brian Gibson's (Barkley's Barnyard Critters, Lightning Bolt) prog pop band, who probably sound nothing like Supertramp, and have never outgrown anything.

EMACIATED ELEPHANT


September 7, 2005
7pm

GENERAL BODY MEETING
We need people like you to join the heady process of making Flywheel tick. If you're interested in collectives, consensus, participatory democracy, Flywheel, or just meeting interesting people, come on down.


September 10, 2005
7:30pm
$6

GREYSKULL
not the w.mass powergroup, this band is from tacoma wa. and play some dirgy.political h.c.

THE VALIANTS
shake appeal.

THE NERVOUS SURGEONS
youth attack!

BLACK FKN DOOM
the dukes of doom!

XGASTRIC LAVAGE
slow it down..

rick ta life says "this show will rock!" bring some food for the vegan potluck at 7 if you want.


September 13, 2005
7pm sharp! till 8pm

NEW MEMBER OPEN HOUSE
- Holy bejeesus! It's that time again! You can do it - what we do, what you want to do, be a part of it, do your own thing, do the Flywheel thang. Help out at shows, behind the scenes, book your own shows, workshops, and happenings. Community and creativity - tasting better than ever, together. Whether you have 2 hours a month or more, we'd love it if you'd join. Find out how at our open house.


September 16, 2005
7:30 pm

ART OPENING

ERIC CLARKE
hailing from Granville,Ma.Eric will be featuring some great illustrations

BRUCE BURNS
straight out of R.I. Bruce will be displaying some photographs spanning over a period of time

this is a opening for a gallery show up from sept. 16th until the 31st. there will be live music by dj12xu


September 17, 2005
7:30pm doors
$6

XBXRX
(10 minutes of freedom)

F-THUNDR
(primitive high school free-noise-percussion from CT)

FAT WORM OF ERROR
(you know 'em, you love 'em. they do things)

A CITY SAFE FROM SEA
(3 piece loud, dancey, pretty, and a million effects pedals. from 'round Western MA)

••• PHOTO OF XBXRX BY CHRIS WOO •••
(http://www.titaniumexposure.com for more info)


September 18, 2005
8 p.m.
$6

HOCKEY NIGHT
Hockey Night has embarked down a path of musical curiosity and creativity, unabashedly inspired by and wholly embracing classic rock, like Thin Lizzy, T. Rex, Journey, and, yes, Pavement. Filter Magazine called them "the best thing to come out of Minneapolis since Prince."

HEAD OF FEMUR
Chicago octet on spinArt records. Influences include "The Left Banke, Sparks, Brian Eno, Roxy Music, The Beach Boys, The Zombies, Talking Heads..."


September 21, 2005
7:00 PM
$6.00

YUCKY OCTOPUS

BLUE VAGRANTS
indie rock from amherst

VIVA K
Bristling guitars, electro-trash beats from this punk/indie band hailing out of LA.


September 22, 2005
9:00pm
3.00

MERCHANT BANKERS

Merchant Bankers are a local alt-country cow punk trio.

Merchant Bankers is a local alt-country cow-punk trio.


September 23, 2005
7:30
$5

BOOKS ON TAPE
Eschewing typical electronic "esoterica," Books on Tape instead usually electronics to create noisy instrumental rock songs... On Alien8 Recordings

THE SHOW IS THE RAINBOW
Combining equal parts of electronica, sweat, sequins, balloons, and epileptic seizures, The Show is the Rainbow could be the greatest one man live show since Iggy Pop - only with less bleeding and maiming.

TUMBLE CAT POOF POOFY POOF
one part walk in the park, one part dungeon creepies, soft and squish touchables but also mysterious. accordi-drumachin-bass-voice goodies.

HORA FLORA
raub roy and gang bring the glitch twitch and get the floors oozy.


September 24, 2005
7:30 pm
$6

RUNNING WITH KARMA
this western mass based group feature some melodic and dynamic rocking good times!

THE VALIANTS
e.hampton based power pop with some punk thrown in

THUNDERSTORM!
bang! boom! crash! with some occasional heavy downpours.


September 25, 2005
5pm

GENERAL BODY MEETING
Two hours of consensus decision-making mayhem. Please join us. You won't regret it.


September 25, 2005
7pm
$5

CARS CAN BE BLUE

MICHAEL JORDAN TOUCHDOWN PASS

JOHNNY HOBO & THE FREIGHT TRAINS

MISCHEIF BREW
From Philly.


September 28, 2005
7:30
$5.00

USAISAMONSTER

KITES

HORSE SPIRIT PENETRATES

NOISE NOMADS


September 30, 2005
6:30 PM
$6.00 +

HURRICANE KATRINA
Fundraiser Show for raising funds. All admission proceeds (100%) to be given to the victims of Hurricane Katrina relief fund. More info to be updated.

FEENY
An alternative rock band from Northampton Mass.

STAND UP GET DOWN
An indie driven rock band.

JOHNNY HIT AND RUN
An energetic punk rock band.

PROJECT MAYHEM
A powerful and sophisticated rock band with influences that range from Led Zeppelin and Deep Purple, to some of today’s more progressive acts such as Dream Theater.

ALEX AND DOUG
An acoustic duo with Doug playing the banjo and Alex playing the guitar.

====================================================== HURRICANE KATRINA BENEFIT SHOW


October 1, 2005
7pm
6$

FEATHERS
the wu-tang clan of psychy folk get grooving.

THE LAUDABLE PUS
bring tha rukus! or do they? find out and see for yourself..

CRYSTAL COCK OVER CANADA AKA LIFE PARTNERS
boston ma is the rippinest town.life partners are starting their tour at the wheel so it's sure to be a blast off!

2% MAJESTY
great folky tunes with some psych overtones thrown in. on tour from portland, or.

HEATHEN SHAME
baked beans,clam chouda,creame doughnuts, these dudes tear up waves on the charles river.

2 PRONG
eli from the ground monkeys is gonna rock us!

AZTEC FURIES
2 peice youth attack of our sensory systems.

this show is gonna be dubbed as "turd fest" it's gonna start promptly at 7 pm. don't fear this 7 band show, there's will be some short and sweet sets. there will be a potluck with vegetarian food so bring some and get your grub on!


October 2, 2005
6:00-9:00pm
FREE

GALLERY OPENING! -- JEFF MACK
(Easthampton resident, painter, and children's book illustrator (known for "Rub a Dub Sub," among others) Jeff Mack brings his colorful, fantastical paintings to Flywheel. We love it!)


October 4, 2005
8:00
$6

GREY SKULL

LAUDABLE PUS

FOOD FOR ANIMALS
"Splattercore! Triple-time, chewed up and spat out jungle rhythms form the foundation for top-heavy constructions overloaded with Bollywood strings, guitar feedback and backmasked R&B vocals. It's enough tomake El-P's music sound positively straight-forward" – Phillip Sherburne, the Wire, November 2004


October 5, 2005
7pm

GENERAL BODY MEETING
Got a lot of community spirit, but don't know who to give it to? Join us! This is where Flywheel's great decisions are made. All are welcome to sit in, even if you have *no idea* what is going on. You'll get it eventually!


October 6, 2005
7:30
$3-$6

DIY COMIX WORKSHOP!
(Learn everything you need to know to make your own DIY Comix. From types of paper and inks, to trading and selling, to mass production techniques, to how to tell your story -- this workshop will guide you every step of the way. Led by Shawn Granton of Portland, OR. Shawn draws the mini-comic TEN FOOT RULE and edited the celebrated MODERN INDUSTRY comics anthology. Also a proficient poster artist, his comics have appeared in RAZORCAKE, CLAMOR, and READ magazines.)


October 7, 2005
7pm SHARP!!
$6.00

THE PRINCE MYSHKINS
(Don't miss this funny, fantastic political acoustic pop/folk duo - a Flywheel fan favorite! Even if you don't like folk or if you love it, you will love The Prince Myshkins. Truly hilarious, catchy songs on the major issues and small ludicrosities of our day. And VERY lovely people as well. They will give you the courage to carry on.)

CHARLIE KING
(A true local hero, Charlie King has been at the heart of American folk music for over 40 years. His songs have been recorded and sung by other performers such as Pete Seeger, Holly Near, Ronnie Gilbert, John McCutcheon, Arlo Guthrie, Peggy Seeger, Chad Mitchell and Judy Small. Honors include an "Indie" award for one of the top three folk recordings of 1984.)


October 7, 2005
9:00pm
$6

TABLEEK
(underground hip-hop from 1/3 of MasPyke)

DOUJAH RAZE
(indie hip-hop from NYC)

IMAGEYENATION SOUND SYSTEM


October 8, 2005
7pm
$5.00

THE UNCOMFORTABLES
Featuring ex-members of Pangloss and Pajama Slave Dancers. Still cute after all these years.

DENNIS MOST AND THE INSTIGATORS
From Indiana

GONE BY DAYLIGHT
Ex-members of Pirahna, but better.

HYDRAULIC SANDWICH
These guys have more friends on myspace.com than I do.

Viking Woman/ Dj Alduru 35th birthday bash.

Viking Woman's 35th Birthday bash. Good music, pot-luck, a birthday cake, Chippendales?


6 ORGANS OF ADMITTANCE
in acknowledgment, if not approval, of the 20th century, this is to be an all electric set. With drums (acoustic, presumably, not Syn-Drums) by John Moloney of Sunburned Hand of the Man

THE BELIEVERS
("...The Believers like their rock raw, simple and stoopid- and so do I! Camping out around overloaded guitar riffs, distorted vocals, and pounding drums, these Sleestaks-in-satin provide the perfect soundtrack to a summer headcold..." - Chris Miller

PARADISE CAMP 23
now with 75% more sitar!


October 11, 2005
7pm sharp - 8pm

NEW MEMBER OPEN HOUSE
- Now's the time/ to find out how/ to be, like, wow,/ a Flywheel member. Remember how/ back in September/ you wished you could/ book your own show?/ Or had a workshop/ set to go,/ but had no place/ where it could be?/ Or wanted just/ to help survive / this small utopia/ to thrive?/ Now is the time/ 'cause love is free/ to get informed/ how it could be/ Flywheel and you/ Flywheel and me/ Flywheel us all/ -- Collectively!


October 13, 2005
7pm sharp - 8:30pm
Audition

CABARET OPEN AUDITION
Open audition for Flywheel's Harvest Cabaret (to be held in November). Acting, singing, dancing, spoken word, short films, unusually talented people. Call 587-9622 (or just show up - starts promptly at 7:00). And bring your friends.


October 13, 2005
9:00PM
$5

LOZENGE
"The cross-pollination of punk and improvised music..." - John Corbett


October 16, 2005
7:30
$5

WASTELAND
raging hardcore from western MA!

AMPERE
short, fast, melodic, and loud. from amherst! (x-orchid, bucket full of teeth, wolves)

DANIEL STRIPED TIGER
powerful and dynamic post-hardcore. from MA!!!!!

METH AND GOATS
on tour from the midwest!!!!!!!!! (on electric human project)

DEATH TO TYRANTS
brooding music; heavy yet melodic... New Hampshire's powerhouse quartet unleashes their sonic mastery. Just imagine a perfect day where don caballero covers the yes classic, "heart of the sunrise". you wont forget these riffs. lazer show not included.

band order TBA.


OUIJA RADIO
cranked guitar, keyboards, crazy drums. 70's arena rock meets Siouxie Sioux


October 22, 2005
9-11AM
Free

SIGN MAKING WORKSHOP
Join the Easthampton "Resolution" as we make signs to promote the Committee for Better Schools Novemeber 8th tax override. Sign making materials will be provided, but feel free to bring. more! Questions call 527-8636.


October 23, 2005
5pm

GENERAL BODY MEETING
What goes on behind the scenes at Flywheel? Only one way to find out - come to a general body meeting. Exhilarating, confounding, and instructive.


PERPETUAL ENEMIES
Jessica Rylan (can't) and Vanessa Brewster (Mr. Uterus) shake the warlords with their disrobed voices

BONEDUST
providence dents yr head, drums and guitar accompanied by mysterious soundtracks, rocks to the skull, shaken in the skull.

BENGEORGE7
2 dudes do the deed. party fever, performers of that astrological favorite known as "art."


October 28, 2005
8pm
$6

PENNY WINBLOOD
x members of the moves/tipping canoe kicking out some jams reminscent of mohinder/bastro.

UNEASIE
former members of lost pilot and girlscout heron do their share to help make it 1998 again for a night. sol rules!

AK
x members of barrit,the year of our lord and cave in.. make some great music thats a bit different from their previous endeavors.

GASTRIC LVAGE
yea!

DEAD LOVER
mark hickson and co. will make you dance the night away..at least during their set.

rock! there's going to be a vegan potluck at 7pm. bring some food, and wear a costume!


October 30, 2005
6:30 PM
$8.00/$6

AMERICAN BUSINESS MACHINES
Western Mass garage punk

THE GENDERS
Garage Punk Rock N Roll from Israel

NEW BLACK
Quirky and complex, yet catchy as all get-out, New Black is your new tweak. Amid the yin and yang, the tension and release of this burning boy/girl pop explosion, are danceable backbeats, howling guitars, wailing keys and growling bass lines. And like a simmering love affair, New Black is addictive.

LA GUILLOTINE
Chaos post indie rock band.

THE CHEAT
An Indie band from Central Massachusetts. They combine heavy guitars with keyboards and fast, driving drum beats. Those elements, along with the female vocals give us a very unique sound.

**HALLOWEEN SHOW** Come dressed up and get reduced admission! $8 without a costume or $6 with a costume!


November 3, 2005
8:00PM
$5

TROCKENEIS
skritchety improv from Baltimorians Audrey Chen (vocals), Andrew Hayleck (bowed metal), Dan Breen (bowed metal), Paul Neidhardt (percussion), and Catherine Pancake (dry ice)

BARN OWL
the Advocate has said "clever noiseniks," "local maniacs," and "texture, volume, weirdness and all-around coolness of sound," and they, unlike me, are real writers, so we'll leave it at that.

DIAGRAM: A
the prodigal son regurgitates! Android death masks powered by insect heartbeats.


November 4, 2005
7pm
$6 donatio

CUZIN D
Wiccan singer, writer from N.Y.C. who as of yet not reach stardom, but deserves to.

THE RAIN DESIGN
CD release. Bleak ambience, disintergrating new wave, and post punk mayhem decorating hacked-apart pop songs.

LA GUILLOTINE
CD release. Spastic punks with scream-along songs and tuneful politics.

MOLLER
Jittery 3-piece from Monson flaying rock n roll with swirling crunches of organ. If you don't dance, then your feet...they must be gone.

THE JUSTICE LEAGUE
western MA hardcore bedlam. Bite, punch, cry, poop.

Three band CD release party featuring the new music of headliner Cuzin D from New York City, La Guillotine, and The Rain Design.


November 5, 2005
6:30 PM
$6.00

TWO IF BY SEA
A band from Baltimore Maryland. Described as a rock band with the spirit and sensibility of late 70s/early 80s new wave.

DOUBLETHINK
"...doublethink is everything that rock music lacks today." "...doublethink is "rock 'n roll" for this generation without destroying the legendary past." (Quotes from The Connecticut Post).

THE UNSUNG CLICHE
An alternative rock group raging out of western mass. They have been playing music together for almost a year. They go from fast energetic music along with soft melodic tunes.

THE CHEAT
An Indie band from Central Massachusetts. They combine heavy guitars with keyboards and fast, driving drum beats. Those elements, along with the female vocals give us a very unique sound. An indie alternative rock band from Western MA, with influences from Weezer to Smashing Pumpkins.


November 5, 2005
10 AM-5 PM
n/a

TWO IF BY SEA
Closed recording session-Two If By Sea.


November 6, 2005
7pm
$6

DEER TICK
"Deer Tick combine a a variation of sounds from electric to acoustic, with a mix of new folk,indie rock,and alt.country" -uncommon folk.net

MANDARIN DYNASTY
Mandarin Dynasty have a wide range of influences from elvis costello to songs:ohia and bjork and the talking heads. check your head.

THE VALIANTS
art rock meets some straight foward punk jamz

AZTEC FURIES
the youth are getting restless!

LAUDABLE PUS
"condensed flesh is scaring me" -void

rock the casbah!


November 8, 2005
7pm Sharp!

NEW MEMBER OPEN HOUSE
Just one hour long -- learn how you can get involved booking your own events or helping out at shows, or lending your own special talents to the space. Yes, we really need you! If you can't make this time write volunteer@flywheelarts.org.


November 9, 2005
7:00

GENERAL BODY MEETING CANCELLED
Please check in with us at a future date.


November 10, 2005
7:30
2.00

FLYWHEEL PLAYERS PRESENT: THE HARVEST CABARET

Music, Theatre, Spoken Word - Who knows what else? This event is supported in part by the Easthampton Cultural Council, a local agency, which is a program of the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.


November 10, 2005
6pm

ART GALLERY OPENING
there will be an art opening featuring varying work with a fall theme


November 11, 2005
8pm
$2.

FLYWHEEL PLAYERS PRESENT HARVEST CABARET
Theatre, Dancing, Music, Short Films, Oddly Talented People.


November 12, 2005
7pm
$5

DEATH TO TYRANTS
Incredible progressive punk rock from the woods of New Hampshire.

ISOBELLA

SUE

MINAMATA

AMPOULE

Vegan potluck at 7. Music starts at 7:30.

Vegan Potluck


November 13, 2005
8 p.m.
$5

WE JAM ECONO: THE STORY OF THE MINUTEMEN
This feature length documentary chronicles the ground breaking, early 80’s punk rock band from their humble beginnings in the harbor town of San Pedro, CA to their tragic and untimely demise when lead signer and guitarist D. Boon was killed in a van accident in December of 1985. Features archival footage, and interviews with band members Mike Watt (fIREHOSE, Stooges) and George Hurley, as well as friends and contemporaries of the Minutemen, including J. Mascis, Thurston Moore, Henry Rollins and Ian MacKaye.


MATT WESTON
CD release show! Solo percussion + electronics: "When his playing becomes brusque...the aggressiveness is overt to the point of being disconcertingly intense. Weston puts a unique spin on the drum solo and creates tones of atypical sonority. He is a sound explorer on an apparent endless quest for purity." --Frank Rubolino, Cadence magazine

NEWTON ARMSTRONG/ALEX WATERMAN/NATE WOOLEY TRIO
laptop/'cello/trumpet trio, from Princeton, NJ. Members have collaborated with Anthony Braxton, Keith Rowe, and Joe Morris, among others

LAUDABLE PUS
You know them, you love them, they love you.


November 18, 2005
7:30pm
6$

BLOODRED RESIDUAL
technical deathmetal/d.i.y. aesthetics/full grind taste!

WE ONLY DIE ONCE
heavy stuff!

THE JUSTICE LEAGUE
northampton superheroes

GASTRIC LVAGE
watch out now...

andrew hernandez will be in the house!


November 21, 2005
7:00

GENERAL BODY MEETING
All are called to attend this twice-monthly romp through the major and minor decisions affecting Flywheel. You will learn so much!


November 22, 2005
7:30pm
$6

HAWNAY TROOF
sexy beats and randy rhymes to keep you"flowin"

BARR
Kill Rock Stars recording artist, whose new album is described as: Houses of the Holy for kids with skateboards, and blogs they only write on when they are drunk or angry.

BROMP TREB
reel to real!

GROUP HUG PRESENTS: WHEN YODA HURTS YODA
(The best Star Wars fan fiction performance art monologue you're likely to see all Tuesday)


November 25, 2005
7PM
$5

STRAND OF OAKS
Strand of Oaks is a folk-trio from Wilkes-Barre PA. The general concept of the band is to take a group of folk songs and build them into much larger ideas.

(WE ARE) STEVE MOSKAL
(We Are)Steve Moskal is of Palmer MA.

SUPER 88
Super 88 play sweet and low.

JOHN SIMON


December 3, 2005
7pm
$6

JUCIFER
G. Edgar Livengood and G. Amber Valentine return to FLYWHEEL along with the infamous wall of speakers, pumping 7000 watts into your ears!!!!

THE UNCOMFORTABLES
you heard the music on Valley Free Radio 103.3fm, now HEAR THEM LIVE!!!

THE PROZACS
3-chord rock from Springfield, MA. Hey! Even Jay's newborn is going a sing a song or two.

FUZBUNI
Chicopee trio returns to open up for Jucifer.

BULLHEAD
From the mean streets of Holyoke, this trio play fast punk, and slow and dark sounds. All worshipers of King Buzzo must attend or be forced to listen to the Melvins, backwards.



December 7, 2005
7pm

DISCUSSION: WEB-BASED INNOVATIONS
A discussion for members of Flywheel and anyone interested in getting involved of proposed new ways of using our website to generate interest in Flywheel and our various "scenes."


December 8, 2005
7:00 PM
$6

MARK MALLMAN
Set the record for "Longest Rock Song Ever" 26 hours! Writing songs has kept him from committing suicide. Opened up for Bearnaked Ladies. -

CONSTANT CONSPIRACY
A four piece rock/alternative metal band from Western Mass.

FIRE DANGER EXTREME
Four regular kids from massachusetts, nowhere near as good as Grace Gale. At least a little bit original.

SEX SCENE
A 3-piece metal band from Dalton, MA


December 9, 2005
7:30 pm

ART GALLERY OPENING!
featuring the art of crystal, eve, tristan, laura, and lauren.

THE NERVOUS SURGEONS
westfield based youth shock brigade

UNUS MCFLYNN
the youth are getting restless!

JAKE BERENDES
jake rules. p.s. happy b-day mike leslie.

come on down and check out some art and music and eat some food and get into it!


December 10, 2005
11am-4pm

WORK PARTY!
Come one come all for a cafe clean-up and painting party. You will feel so good! Bring brushes and rollers if you got em, but if you don't just come. Make Flywheel "pretty on the outside" to reflect the inner beauty of its soul.


December 11, 2005
7:00pm
$1 don.

WORKS IN PROGRESS
Artists of all kinds - visual, performance, dance, music, film, video, writing - are asked to come and share their work and engage in supportive response and discussion. The public is invited to see/hear the work and take part in the discussion.

THANK YOU ECC!
This event is supported by a grant from the Easthampton Cultural Council, a local agency, which is a program of the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.


December 13, 2005
7pm Sharp!

NEW MEMBER OPEN HOUSE
Just one hour long -- learn how you can get involved booking your own events or helping out at shows, or lending your own special talents to the space. Yes, we really need you! If you can't make this time write volunteer@flywheelarts.org.


December 15, 2005
7pm

DISCUSSION: RESTRUCTURING/GROWING
For members and people interested in becoming members. No decisions tonight - just creative discussions. About how we make decisions and gather as a group and how we could improve this, the idea of paid staff and Flywheel "franchises."


December 15, 2005
9:00pm

ANNUAL MEETING
We will elect our board of directors for 2006. This meeting is open to the public. Please contact info@flywheelarts.org for more information.


December 16, 2005
6 signup/ 7 show
$2 don.

KIDS "FROSTY DECEMBER" CABARET
Showcase your talents in music, acting, dancing, magic, and any other special skills! To sign up contact Helen at 527-5048 / dinderdoll@yahoo.com, or sign up the night of the show at 6:00. First come, first-served. Slots up to 10 minutes. Ages 0-17.

THANK YOU ECC!
This event is supported in part by a grant from the Easthampton Cultural Council, a local agency, which is a program of the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.


December 17, 2005
6:30 PM
$3 +3items

FOOD DONATION SHOW
Food Donations to be given to the Easthampton Community Center. Admissiuon is $3 plus 3 items of food or $6.

THE SKEPTICS
Homecoming show for The Skeptics.

YUCKY OCTOPUS

NO INTENTION

KILLED BY THE BULL
a 3-piece punk/indie band from New Jersey featuring members of The Judas Factor (Revelation Records). You won't want to miss their shows.

OTHER BANDS TBA


December 18, 2005
7pm
$1 don.

WORKS IN PROGRESS
Artists of all kinds - visual, performance, dance, music, film, video, writing - are invited to share their work and engage in supportive response and discussion. The public is invited to view/hear the work and take part in the discussion.

THANK YOU ECC!
This event is supported in part by a grant from the Easthampton Cultural Council, a local agency, which is a program of the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.


December 19, 2005
7:00pm

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING
fun fun fun and open to the public


December 22, 2005
9:30
free

THE STEAMROLLERS
improv "bar band" ala the frogs and bruce springsteen, maybe. totally real.


December 28, 2005
8pm
$6

MASCIS MARKERS
this is gonna rock.

SUNBURNED HAND OF THE THURSTON

JEFF
from Nashville on Infinity Cat records

SUPRISE GUEST(S)
come and find out who else plays!

good things.


December 30, 2005
6 PM
$6.00

RUNNING WITH KARMA
A band with harmonious blend of alternative pop/rock with ambient electronic experimental interludes and soundscapes. This quartet plays a moody style of music which has a poppy side to it with many varying aural textures. Fans of such bands as Coldplay, The Cure, Radiohead, Pink Floyd, and Sigur Ros, and Death Cab For Cutie, may find Running With Karma to be something very interesting.

THE GENDERS
A Garage Punk Rock N Roll Band from Israel.

PROJECT MAYHEM
A powerful and sophisticated rock band containing only three members. Their influences range from eternal rock legends such as Led Zeppelin and Deep Purple, to some of today’s more progressive acts such as Dream Theater. Mayhem stands out from the copycats and clones of today, offering two lead vocalists, complex yet catchy riffs, and an unmistakable family bond that can be seen and felt by their audience.

FEENY
An alternative rock band from Northampton, MA with influences of Pixies, Smashing Pumpkins, Foo Fighters, Weezer.


January 4, 2006
7:00pm

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING
nuts, bolts, paint, garbage, oil, paper products


DOOR
thumping, grinding and squeeking, one man, from new brunswick, NJ.

KING DARVES
prepared guitar, circuit bent dishwasher, grumbly electronics, cute with his shirt off. also from new brunz..


January 10, 2006
7pm Sharp!

NEW MEMBER OPEN HIZOUSE
Just one hour long -- learn how you can get involved booking your own events or helping out at shows, or lending your own special talents to the space. Yes, we really need you! If you can't make this time write volunteer@flywheelarts.org.


January 12, 2006
7:30pm
$5

AMPERE
local punks from amherst, MA!!!!!!

MASS MOVEMENT OF THE MOTH
awesome band on tour from the DC area! new lp out soon on exotic fever records!

ORDER OF THE DYING ORCHID
on tour with mass movement of the moth!

ASK MICE
from the boston area. formerly known as fires.

A CITY SAFE FROM SEA
(ex- the hue of two)

vegan potluck at 7:00 pm!


January 14, 2006
5:30pm
free!

GALLERY OPENING: RIVER VALLEY ACADEMY STUDENTS!
(Students ages 12-22 and staff from River Valley Academy in Holyoke show their art works! Mostly drawings and paintings. Come see.)


January 16, 2006
7:00pm

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING
join the uncool kids


January 17, 2006
7pm
$5

DEATHAMPHETAMINE

BRAVO FUCKING BRAVO

THE GREAT REDNECK HOPE

ANIMAL HOSPITAL

NUTHIN' BUT NET
Ian of La Guillotine and Etienne of La Mi Vida Violenta/Miami Heat

There will be a vegan potluck at 7pm with bands playing shortly after.


January 18, 2006
8PM
$5

FRENCH TOAST
Jerry Busher (All Scars, Fugazi)+ James Canty (The Make Up, Nation of Ulysses)+ newly added third member Ben Gilligan (Small Doses) Bring the funk like no tommorrow

CAN KICKERS
Old Time Music from the wilds of Southeastern CT

HNATIW
Keepin it in the Fam...


January 20, 2006
8 p.m.
$6

IN FAIR VERONA
Punk rock from Springfield

DEAD LEGEND
Fashioncore from L.A. relocated to Hartford

SLEEP WITH THE SKELETON

BLUE VAGRANTS
Indie rock out of Northampton

Bands from not so far away who play not so quietly.


January 21, 2006
9:30am-Noon
Free

"PANCAKE MOUNTAIN SATURDAY"
The Folks who got you and your kid(s) through last winter’s Saturday mornings are back! The morning offers a free pancake breakfast, an episode of Pancake Mountain (from Washington DC -- theoretically geared for kids), interlude activity, followed by a Full Flywheel Dance Party! (promises of lights and DJ Jeremy!)


January 22, 2006
7:30 pm
5$

GHQ
members of double leopards and magik markerz

BOB
burkett+nace+shaw+roy+krefting=heavy dudes

LAUDABLE PUS
tear it down.

rock and roll is noise pollution.


January 27, 2006
7pm
$5

ZEBU
The buzz at Hampshire College! Side effects from watching this band include nausea, cramping, rectal bleeding, insanity and death!

STEVIE WONDER'S PIANO

SPACESHIP EARTH

MICHELE WITH ONE L

New short films by Andy Eddy and Jair. "Making Television Fit For Infants" plus the classics.


January 28, 2006
1:00pm - 11:00pm
$6 / $10

FUND RAISER FOR SOUND EQUIPMENT
POSTPONED UNTIL FEBRUARY 18, 2006.

FLYWHEEL SHOW
This show will be run by FLYWHEEL. For more information contact info@flywheelarts.org or booking@flywheelarts.org.

This show is to raise money to purchase new and additional sound equipment and replace old obsolete items.


January 29, 2006
8:00pm
$6

CAPILLARY ACTION
(Oberlin, OH based mostly instrumental experimental electronic/glitch/punk/prog act)

KAYO DOT
(Jamaica Plain based avant-rock collective which incorporates strains of modern classical, jazz and indie rock)

DEATH TO TYRANTS

BELLTONESUICIDE
(westernmass noisemakers)

HI RED CENTER


TWIG HARPER
1/3 of Nautical Almanac; homemade idiotelectronics using the duodenum as a capacitor

LITTLE HOWLIN WOLF
“a panorama of 20th-century American folk and pop forms, methodically shredded and Scotch-taped back together into a mangled folk-blues groove that's incessantly threatening collapse into some incoherent muttering-madness -- but never does” - SF Weekly

TRANSCENDENT OF GOLD


February 8, 2006
7:00pm

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING
what else is goin on?


February 13, 2006
8pm
$5

DAN DEACON

SANTA DADS

PUSSY

PRIMITIVE LUNG


February 14, 2006
6:00pm Sharp!

NEW MEMBER OPEN HOUSE OF LOVE
An hour earlier so you can get your Valentines. Spend 60 minutes with us to learn how you can get involved booking your own events or helping out at shows, or lending your own special talents to the space. Yes, we really need you! If you can't make this time write volunteer@flywheelarts.org.


February 17, 2006
7pm
$6.00

SPACE CAPTAIN

NASH LANE
Experimental art-rock band from Weston, MA.

BOYFRIEND MATERIAL

PAWS THE BAND

Reserved.


February 18, 2006
9:30am-Noon
$6.

PANCAKE MOUNTAIN
Pancake Mountain always includes pancakes. Also, there will be an open session of “knock knock” jokes to anyone who wants to take the mic. This program is supported in part by a grant from the Easthampton Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.

RON RESETARITS
A Joseph Cotton esque starry eyed troubadour.

DEEDLE DEEDLE DEES
Brooklyn-based kids' band that plays grownup-friendly kid rock. The band features odd history lessons, funny stories and all with catchy and eclectic melodies and a tight band.


February 18, 2006
6 :30 PM
$6.00

THE KLEPTOS
a crazy ten-piece rock-your-face-off skacore explosion from Western Mass.

STAND UP GET DOWN
Indie rock/punk from Northampton,ma.

SUE
Indie rock/punk from Northampton,ma

DARK MEMORY
a metal band comprised of five young men from Springfield, MA.

FUND RAISER FOR SOUND EQUIPMENT !!!!!!!!!!!!!! + 1 more tba


February 18, 2006
12:30-3:30
free

MAINTENANCE AND CLEAN-UP DAY!
Come do some simple repairs & spruce up the place. Food, friends, tunes. Wahoo!


February 20, 2006
7

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING
change. one trash can at a time.


February 20, 2006
9pm
$5

THE EXTRAORDINARIES
philly shredz.

SUMMER.JAM BAND
the s could stand for summer or south philly.

MATT*2

dj12xu turns another year older...

22's on a truck,thats nasty!


February 22, 2006
7:00pm
$6

AMERICAN BUSINESS MACHINES
Garage Punk Rock N Roll from Western Mass.

CRACKJAW
Post Hardcore/indie rock from Detroit,MI

RUNNING WITH KARMA
Indie rock from wmass!

THE MODERN DAY SAINT
Post Hardcore/indie rock from Western Mass on EyeBall Records.


February 23, 2006
7:30 pm
$6

SICK LLAMA
claustrophobic bad trip psychedalia!

COTTON MUSEUM
meticulously conceived krauttronic percolations? come and find out for yerself! p.s. this is gonna be a record release show for their split l.p. with t.mooore

NORTHAMPTON WOOLS
dudes are gonna get shredded.

SECRET DIARY
donna parker+ jessica rylan= awesomeness

rock over london, rock on yipsilante!


February 24, 2006
6pm
$5

DEATHAMPHETAMINE
METAL. FAST. from Amherst, MA

BACKSTABBER
A mix of hardcore, metal, and grind from NH.

WASTELAND
Super heavy crusty hardcore from MA/RI.

BLACK SHIPS
On tour from Cananda with a very BIG sound ala bands like Cursed, His Hero Is Gone, etc.

HELPING HAND
FIRST SHOW! Straight Edge Posi Youth Crew Hardcore!

TREE TUNNEL
Is not playing. Sorry.

VEGAN POTLUCK 5 BANDS FOR $5!!!


February 25, 2006
8PM
$5

JASON ANDERSON BAND
I wanna take you higher!

HYMNS
War, rumours of war, rapture.


February 27, 2006
8:00pm
$6

MAN MAN
(junk shop jazz-punk quartet from Philly with such instrumentation as "be-deviled bass", "snake guitar", "forethroat" and marimba return to Flywheel after their Jan 2005 levitational experience. New album out on Ace-Fu Records)

NOTHIN BUT NET
(guitar, drums, and trombone movie soundtrack-pop-hip-hop from Northampton,MA)

***Sorry folks BLOODFEATHERS will NOT be playing this show as originally posted on the website and the printed calendar***


February 28, 2006
7:00

FLYWHEEL BOWLING NIGHT
CANDLEPIN! It's a New England thing. At Canal Lanes on Rte. 10 in Southampton. No experience or coordination required. Join us.


March 1, 2006
8:00 pm
5 dollars

DIAGRAM A
home made electronics, scrap attack. brutal and creeping at the same time, known to cover himself in entrails. formerly from western mass, now in providence, home coming!

GREY SKULL
amplified wounds, collapsed lungs, part caveman therapy.


March 2, 2006
7:00

Tech meeting regarding audio equipment.


March 5, 2006
7pm
$5

NOW DENIAL
from the boston area

MARC ANTONY
mathy political hardcore about bicycles. LAST US TOUR!

WITCHES WITH DICKS
awesome pop punk from MA!

EVA BRAUN
hardcore from the worcester area!


March 6, 2006
7pm

GALLERY ARTS MEETING
For those interested in booking Flywheel gallery exhibits or otherwise working on the gallery.


March 8, 2006
7

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING


March 10, 2006
7:30 pm
5$

BASKET TREE
lo-fi electronic noiseness, beats too.

BARN OWL
yeahs.skinz, brains and gutz.

SPIDER
spider is part of the burners and magic star, she likes patti smith, the stooges and sabbath. right on.

GLCX
nerverock..

the lobster once said "don't boil me,that hurts!" this show is going to end earlier than usual so get to flywheel on time!


March 11, 2006
7:30pm
$5.00

THE BELIEVERS
Do you believe? Oh yes we do. Oh yes.

DAN CASHMAN/MATT WESTON DUO
vocals/percussion/electronics/and the ever-expanding vistas of your mind

LAUDABLE PUS
Why're you hitting yourself? Why're you hitting yourself? Why're you hitting yourself?

JP05

A BENEFIT FOR FLYWHEEL!


March 12, 2006
7pm
$6

BREAD AND ROSES
Boston band named after the bread and roses strike of 1912. Traditional irish music and punk.

MATT DINEEN
local punk folk

CLARA
Punk Folk from Boston. A young woman filling the room with her suprisingly simple yet intriguing songs.

FOUR CENT COTTON
Old-timey music from Boston and the valley. Features neuroscientist/banjo player Molly Johnson!


March 13, 2006
8pm
$3-$5

KILLER FICTION

PYRAMIDS

FURNACE

Vegan Potluck


March 14, 2006
7pm Sharp!

NEW MEMBER SPRING-IS-COMING OPEN HOUSE
Just one hour long -- learn how you can get involved booking your own events or helping out at shows, or lending your own special talents to the space. Yes, we really need you! If you can't make this time write volunteer@flywheelarts.org.


March 18, 2006
9:30am-12 noon
Free

PANCAKE MOUNTAIN SATURDAY
"Lights, Camera, Action!" Sorry, Mr. President there will be no cameras, but you can find Pancakes, the Pancake Mountain Video (www.pancakemountain.com), a Parachute, Dancing and an enthralled DJ. Admission is free.


March 18, 2006
7pm
$6 (sug.)

MATH THE BAND
Math the band is a one man band out of norhtern ma. Kevin been at this for about 2 years now, and have self produced 6 albums, with a combined 150 or so tracks. He plays an average of three to six shows a month, usualy in the north east, but is in the process of planning a tour around the great lakes, through chicago, new york city, ohio, ct. and just all over the place really for this summer. He write and record all the songs and play all instruments on all of the tracks except for the ocasional female.

B FOR BRONTOSAURUS
B for Brontosaurus is actually 3 people: Abe, Ben, and Joanna. Scrappy youngsters not long out of school, they live and play together in Somerville, Massachusetts. Abe and Ben met in College, where they played in a different rock band. Ben and Joanna have been friends since High School. Abe, Ben, and Jo play drums, guitars, and bass+keyboards, in that order. Everybody sings! They play songs that sound like lots of different things, and are also about a variety of things. They are "surprisingly versatile for a brand new band, veering from [a] Bible-camp folk tune to a caustic girl-punk number and a couple upbeat Jonathan Richman-style singalongs within the span of their first demo," says Fluxblog.org. "There is something that we know," B for Brontosaurus promise at the end of "The New Gang in Town," their hip new self-declaratory. But what do they know? You'll have to check it out yourself, but we can tell you this much: B for Brontosaurus hope to improve your life with their whimsical yet self-conscious pop compositions, performed with a verve and love of live that can only mean one thing: they are in a band!

USELESS
USELESS is an aggressive, young pop-punk band from South Jersey. They are expected to rise above all imitations due to a skillful blend of searing guitar harmonies, distinct vocals, and enough blistering drums to make your heart stop. Their sound is one that bands take years to perfect; a unique combination of pop-punk chords and vocals with a hint of metal overtones. A new full-length album has been released for these four ambitious adolescents. The new music delivers its share of more metal derived influences, as well as its catchy clap-along choruses. These 10 songs portray every one of the band's musical influences; from Green Day, New Found Glory, and NoFX all the way to the other end of the spectrum with Darkest Hour and Iron Maiden. The songs that have been played at shows have recieved a great deal of praise and new found respect from young and old alike.

Hear tomorrow's music today! Valley Free Radio 103.3fm - DJ ALDURU (Viking Woman)plays the music from our beloved space FLYWHEEL, every Thurday night from 9-11pm, with DJ Bunny Knuckles from M.I.L.F.

TBA


Hear tomorrow's music today! Valley Free Radio 103.3fm - DJ ALDURU (Viking Woman)plays the music from our beloved space FLYWHEEL, every Thurday night from 9-11pm, with DJ Bunny Knuckles from M.I.L.F.


March 20, 2006
7:00pm

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING


March 20, 2006
8:30PM
$6

POD BLOTZ
b & w eyeballchug backdrops and full-color electronic bird circus earbonechug foreground (cf: Capt. Beefheart, Chrome, the Residents, and, oh, let's say Pierre Henry.)

SIXES
(one stately gent with cranky, outdated synths, a handful of effects, and oodles of cords. "...ugly, brutal music for creeps." Ex-Crash Worship)

PANICSVILLE

FAT WORM OF ERROR
let's just call this a record release show, shall we?


March 22, 2006
6:30pm
$6

YUCKY OCTOPUS
Choas/punk/indie rock out of Easthampton,mass

MAPS AND ATLASES
Indie rock out of Chicago!

KARAMA WITH A K
Indie rock out of Chicago!

BLUE VAGRANTS
Alternative/indie rock in the vein of Foo Fighters from Amherst,Ma.

THE MONTAGUES
Punk rock out of Western Mass.


March 23, 2006
7:00-8:30

ALL-FLYWHEEL DISCUSSION
On our future development & how to support it.

THERE WILL BE FOOD!
This meeting is sorta about internal issues, if you know what I mean. But if you want to come meet those glamorous bookers and volunteers and share some pizza, be our guest!


March 24, 2006
7:30 pm
6$

LAMBSBREAD
ohio's got it going on. first the necros, now these guys..

BEN KARETNICK/CLIFF WHITE DUO
get down with the serious stuff.

NOISE NOMADS
sick!

VAMPIRE BELT!
they can do wonders with them instrument things..

HARDLINEELEPHANTS
dennis and his fellow belgian bretheran are going to rule!

this show will be alot of fun. nonofunoo))


March 25, 2006
5:30pm
$6

WASTELAND
New s/t 7" and 4-way split 11" out on Clean Plate Records.

MARATHON
One of their last few shows.

NO TRIGGER
Cd release for "Canyoneer" on Nitro records.

IMPRINT
New local hardcore band featuring George formerly of Perils Of Reasoning

SPHERES
Providence Punk Rock.

THE DRAYTON SAWYER GANG
Rockin' jams packed with feedback from NY

. . . Vegan Potluck


March 30, 2006
8pm
$5

MIKAELAS FIEND
2 piece from seattle

HORSE SPIRIT PENETRATES
Guitar and Drum brutality, party psych doom dudes.

LITTLE GHOST
one ghost with the lights off lurking and workin the world out.

DAN CASHMAN / FERNANDO DIAZ DUO
noise voices, poetry, mumblin and gurgling.


March 31, 2006
8pm
FREE!!!

FLYWHEEL'S 7TH ANNIVERSARY CABARET - PART ONE
Help Flywheel celebrate with a big FREE show - Music (Chris Dooley, Helen Harrison, Eric Mulvihill, the Cave Bears!), Theatre ("Bankeys" by Dave Champoux - starring Connie Casagrande and Jane Neville), Spoken Word, Films, and Comix (Suel Bartone, Jeff Crusch, Lila Wolan, Colin Tedford). Maybe more (more!??). How could this possibly not be fun? Show at 8pm - POTLUCK AT 6:30!!!! This event is made possible in part by the Easthampton Cultural Council.


April 1, 2006
7:30pm
6$

FLYWHEEL 7TH ANNIVERSARY SHOW AT THE HAMPSHIRE COLLEGE SAGA DINING HALL

GREY SKULL
hellzyeahs!

AMPERE
recently returned from their eurotour, they're gonna rule!

MIND ERASER
fetch the plyers

RESISTANCE BLUE DUO
b.karetnick, j.starpoli will kick out some jamz

FRIENDS,ETC.
chicopee represente!

CALUMET-HECLA
worcestor based rebel rowsers..

WESTON,FLAHERTY,CRESPO TRIO
first time ever!

SEPHIROTH
w.mass all star cast of greatness

this show is part dos of the flywheel 7th anniversary celebracion. it's going on at the saga dining hall at hampshire college. there will also be some tables with crafts for sale and probally some food too.

this isn't a april fools joke. viva flywheel!


April 3, 2006
7:00pm

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING


April 4, 2006
6:30pm
$6.00

GBNE
Alternative/Rock from Suffield,CT.

SUE
Indie Rock from northampton,ma.

AUTO PILOT
Progressive Indie rock from New Baltimore,MI.

FASHION PEOPLE
Punk/indie from Northampton,ma.


April 4, 2006
7:00-8:30

SUSTAINABILITY TASK FORCE HOOTENANNY
This task force is working on ways to strengthen Flywheel's financial base, help it grow, and ensure its future. WE WILL BE MEETING OFF-SITE. Dinner will be served. If interested in attending, please write chirona(AT)gmail.com for info.


April 7, 2006
8PM
$6

GARY WILSON
"I usually travel with at least two mannequins, sometimes more. Not so long ago, I think Cindy and Karen got mad at me when I named the album Mary Had Brown Hair. Sometimes they get jealous of each other when we are onstage. I have to lock them away at night."

ZEBU
WARNING: Side effects include nausea, cramping, rectal bleeding, insanity and death

HNATIW
Part For Models


April 8, 2006
12-4pm
do drop in

BIG SPRING CLEAN-UP!
Finally - clearing out the Vault (that big, bad room in back). Fixing things, scrubbing things, painting things. Aaahhh.


April 8, 2006
8
$6

OTTAVE
One man madness. From Italy!

NOISE NOMADS / M AX NOI MACH COLLAB
two rugged dudes bring the rumble

TUMBLE CAT POOF POOFY POOF
bass tweaks, accordian drones, tape hiss

PEACE CAMARO
doom bass / drum machine / electronics / voice squelching...(george myers solo)

BILL NACE
prepared guitar party

KNIFESTORM / THE SKATERS
vocal tones roll around


April 9, 2006
8 pm

TAKEN TO THE SKY

DARBY DREAMVIEW

ARMS AND THE MAN, I SING

SLEEP WITH THE SKELETON
Former members of A Caustic Kiss

Not so quiet bands from not so far away


April 11, 2006
7pm Sharp!

NEW MEMBER OPEN HOUSE OF FOOLS
Just one hour long -- learn how you can get involved booking your own events or helping out at shows, or lending your own special talents to the space. Yes, we really need you! If you can't make this time write volunteer@flywheelarts.org.


HUMAN HOST
From Baltimore, Md., USA. Their work is a combination of punk, crunk, psychedelia, folklore, and theatre.

MR UTERUS
vanessa emerges from the greenfields and shakes a stick at the sky

THE STEAMROLLERS
self proclaimed bar band from framingham/worcester/north shore.

ANTHRO REX
like noise physical therapy, open mic outtakes, amazing voice training.

G-LOX / GASTRIC LAVAGE
it gets no weirrrrder


April 13, 2006
6pm
$5-6

WASTELAND

BLACK SHIPS

HELPING HAND

SLUTS

FIRST AID KIT

FIST FIGHT

Vegan Potluck


April 14, 2006
7pm
6 clams

THE MCFEELYS
DK-Vocals. Jim-Guitar/Vocals. Mike-Bass/Vocals. Tim-Drums/Sexyness. Introducing, Connor Kelley!-Guitar/EVERYTHING YOU CAN IMAGINE From western mass, together playing punk since October of 2003.

THE JUSTICE LEAGUE
The Justice League was started when Caitlyn and Allie decided that they should rock. They then stole their brother's guitars (well, guitar and bass) and decided to learn how to play. They found a singer named Eon. They got a gig and then found a drummer. After losing a drummer, they managed to find Rob, who is totally rad. The band line up on the current recordings is: Allie, Eon, Caitlyn, and Rob. Caitlyn left for grad school. Steve played bass for a little while. Then Dan played bass for awhile. Now we are training Joe in the art of The Justice League.

AMERICAN BUSINESS MACHINES
Like a thief in the night, we will come from the shadows we call home. Sharpened Blades inside our overcoats, but we come in the form of a blessing, but to the unfaithful a burden. We will return to you bearing gifts, we seek to put an end to this famine in our land, but be forewarned. Your door post's best be painted, and keep that crimson loyal and true, we don't take kindly to bad blood. These songs you see here serve as a reminder of what was, what was too long ago, but let this message serve as a testimony of what is to come. We Will be back, and our knives Will be sharp, so stay honest, stay true, because this time around we'll be looking for more than just your first-born. -with the sun will come a black-top revival.

ERIN TOBEY
Babe soloist on electric guitar. Her CD is out on Plan-it-x records and Bakery Outlet Records. Quote: "You grow up listening to noisy bands and playing in noisy bands, and eventually you realize that there are some things you want to say that people need to understand right away without much strain. What do you do? You play guitar quieter and by yourself. Sing clearly. Show a slideshow. Put it all out there, man. Don't mess around. "

A MILLION CRYING BABY LIONS
*SPECIAL LAST MINUTE PICK*

****Hear tomorrow's music today! Valley Free Radio 103.3fm - DJ ALDURU (Viking Woman)plays the music from our beloved space FLYWHEEL, every Thurday night from 9-11pm, with DJ Bunny Knuckles from M.I.L.F. ****


April 15, 2006
7:00 pm
6$

ART OPENING
mike, chris and phil made some art. time to celibrate!

SICK AND TIRED

THE IRRITATORS

HELPING HAND

this is going to be an art gallery opening for mike, phil and chris's art.

how much art can you take?


April 16, 2006
7:30 pm
6$

LIFE PARTNERS
crystalcockovercanada.

GREG KELLEY
killer fun times(he's playing with lifepartnerz)

LAUDABLE PUS
the pus.

MATT WESTON/KAT HERNANDEZ DUO

COCK SINNER
yea. duo of the century.

OTTAVE
straight outta italia.

life partners aka crystal cok over canada are gonna rock rock the house.


April 18, 2006
6:30pm
$5

SPACE CAPTAIN
On tour!!!!!

GODSPEED

ASSAULT

SOUTHERN SKIES
From the West Coast

BRUIT VERT


April 19, 2006
7:00pm

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING


April 21, 2006
6:30pm
$6

KILLER FICTION
Hardcore in the vein of Integrity. Ex members of:Dragnet, Striking Distance, Last in line and etc.

THE IRRITATORS
Hardcore/punk from western mass.

BLOODHORSE
Punk Rock N Roll from Boston

DOWN HILL FAST

BLACKBELT CLUB


April 23, 2006
3-6pm

Reserved For Private Function.


April 28, 2006
8:00pm
$6

THE CAN KICKERS
(our good ol' friends from down New London way. a guaranteed good time, with or without electricity)

THE PINE HILL HAINTS
(alabama ghost country music)

SHOUT LULA
(hypnotic erotic trance inducing music based on american old time music from VT)


May 1, 2006
7pm
free

ART SHOW CLOSING
this is a closing event for the art exhibit featuring mike, chris and phil's art.

THE VALIANTS
phil and gil are gonna rock.

BELLTONESUICIDE
yess.


May 5, 2006
7:30 pm

THE BERKSHIRE HILLS MUSIC ACADEMY ROCK ENSAMBLE
the b.h.m.a. crew are gonna rock!

VALKYRIAN UNDERGROUND
good times!

STEVERINO!
the man,the myth,the legend!


May 6, 2006
6:30
free

PSYCHANTASY ART OPENING FOR MICHELLE GORDON
(Psychantasy has two components:fantasy art which is comprised of faeries and other magical creatures and psychological art which depicts metaphors of her inner reflections. She illustrates very vulnerable emotions within her, that most people can identify with, using marker/colored pencil and glitter, Often her two types of art will merge in one drawing. It is her hope that people will connect with her work in a powerful way)(Pictured: "Bloody Hell.")


May 7, 2006
7:30 pm
6$

MAJOR STARS
the major stars will kick out some fuk'n serious jams!

TOM CARTER
Tom=1/2 of Charlambides

THE BELIEVERS
tonight's their night.

TXOKA TXOKA
prov.rix. get dirty dirty..

the major stars are gonna rule!


May 8, 2006
7pm

General Body Meeting 7pm sharp. Open to the public. Don't be shy and come. Learn what's it like to run a non-profit D.I.Y. space.


EXPERIMENTAL DENTAL SCHOOL
With Shoko Horikawa on organ and sampler, Ryan Chittick on drums, and Jesse Hall on guitar and vocals, the distorted Oakland, California trio Experimental Dental School began to carve a solid niche in the Bay Area's thriving art rock scene in early 2002. Horikawa and Hall were previously members of the quirky project Meyow. When ex-Tim in Action drummer Chittick joined the group, the band's unpredictable sonic approach led to their sharing stages with wildly creative bands like Deerhoof, Numbers, Hella, Mates of State, the Need, Dub Narcotic Sound System, the Make-Up, and Trans Am. The band began to tour regularly in the United States and Europe, in addition to numerous West Coast swings. The full-length Hideous Dance Attack!!! was released by the band in 2003, with the Japanese label Memory Lab Records releasing the disc overseas, in addition to an LP version of the record being released by a German label. The band's lively music, with Hall's zealous vocals and bizarre guitar approach, Chittick's choppy drumming, and Horikawa's capricious organ quickly earned the group much praise and adoration. April 2004 saw two of the band's tracks on a split-CD EP with Kyoto, Japan-based band Limited Express. Released in Japan on Memory Lab Recordings, Sweden's Deleted Art Records released the album on record soon after. The band planned another full-length album for summer 2004.

FUZBUNI

THE UNCOMFORTABLES


May 12, 2006
7:30

FILM! BY JEFF C FROM FIASCO PRESENTS!


May 13, 2006
8:00pm
$5

SEPHIROTH
(spaced out psych folk collective with members of Feathers, Frost Giant and more!)

CLASSIC FACE
(first show for locals whose members include former members of the Warren Commission & Red Reaction)


May 14, 2006
7:00pm
$6

EASY ACTION
Rocking with a scowling, felonious ease, EASY ACTION creates a dark world illuminated by glaring white noise. Their native Detroit is a historical wellspring of musical damage and the men of EASY ACTION brandish the seamy, steamy sounds of downtown. Formed in 1997 from the smoldering heap of Brannon’s earlier rock powerhouses (LAUGHING HYENAS and before that NEGATIVE APPROACH, both on the Touch and Go Records label), EASY ACTION relies on the Search-And-Destroy ethic, careening like an untracked train into songs that defy interpretation.

THE MCFEELYS
Punk rock out of Western Mass

ELECTRIC EYES
Rock/Punk out of Western Mass.


May 16, 2006
7:30
$6

WASTELAND
raging hardcore from western MA!

REQUIEM
crimethInc;ex-catharsis on tour from north carolina.

GET KILLED
fast punk from providence, RI.

GIANT
on tour with requiem from north carolina. slow and super heavy!

IMPRINT
new melodic hardcore from MA!


May 17, 2006
7pm start
$6

PERILS OF REASONING
Ludlow, MA X-core. Return performance with Mike, Brian, Jeff, Bryan, and Mat Hnatow

SLUTS
Better than 2 whores and an eight ball.

SHOOT TO KILL
Music, what the fuck do you think it sounds like. See for yourself, come see us play assholes.

POUND FOR POUND
Cancelled due to unforeseen family problems.

HANDSXIN
Western MA X-core featuring Creepy Clark, Peter-Paul, Cheeseburger Eric, Ross Kendrick, and Chinese Dave.

MIDST OF WAR
A 5 piece from chicopee, mass. A group of friends who wanted to play something slightly different than what is currently popular in the western mass hardcore scene.

***Hear tomorrow's music today! Valley Free Radio 103.3fm - DJ ALDURU (Viking Woman)plays the music from our beloved space FLYWHEEL, every Thurday night from 9-11pm, with DJ Bunny Knuckles from M.I.L.F.***



May 18, 2006
8:00pm
$6

OLD TIME RELIJUN
(Praise Geebus! The tenets of anarchy and dance hath spoken and given us the throat-singing-free-punk gospel sounds of Old Time Relijun!)

KAHOOTS
(catchy melodic dual guitar indie rock outfit from MA)

NA
(a strange quilt of aural patches woven from guitars, mouths, child’s drum sets, keyboards, xylophones, computers, drum machines and piles of ancient, dented cymbals-Signal To Noise)

*Photo by A.J. Olmscheid*


May 20, 2006
7:00
$6

THE SMOKEY WAMBAS
A punk, emo, post hardcore band from Holyoke, MA.

RUNNING WITH KARMA
Indie rock/punk out of Western Mass. Can be best described as rock music that combines pop sensibility with ambient experimentation. This quintet plays a moody style of rock that has a poppy side to it, with many varying aural textures. Fans of such bands as COLDPLAY, THE CURE, RADIOHEAD, PINK FLOYD, & SIGUR ROS may find RUNNING WITH KARMA to be something very interesting.

CALIBUR PER CAPITA
A catchie progressive, indie rock band hailing from southern New Hampshire and western Massachusetts.

JEHUTY


May 24, 2006
7pm

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING

Flywheel General body meeting. We need you guys more than ever to help Flywheel avert a crisis. THIS MEETING IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.


May 25, 2006
8:00PM
$6

BRAN (...) POS
the bran is currently continuing his investigation of various forms of performance and music synthesis, with a focus on sonic plasticization and voice manipulation using both hardware synthesizers and a custom set of software-based sound gremlins that interface with the real world via tactile control and performances rounded out with facial interpretations and physical gesture (butoh and max fleischer-inspired). this all combines for an experience that is heavy and heady like cannibal corpse doing xenakis covers/ridiculous and magical like popeye sitting in for jean-jacques perrey (popeye and kingsley).

SHARKIFACE
One half of Bay Area cosmonaughts Tarantism, Sharki's solo turn is a calculated slow burn towards off-centered warp control and heated pools of singeing electric plasma. Her sounds, made through various custom synths, rare pedals, and grotto voce often mimic the natural world, as if a field recording of a Tibetan jungle were dipped in precious metals and sparked alive by electricity, ever rising with intensity.

THE VAMPIRE BREAD INSTRUCTIONAL HOUR
Bill Nace + Zac (Lambsbread), aka the Haino/Ginn collab you'd thought would never happen

"noise"


May 29, 2006
7:00
$6

ROBBIE LEE
"Sleep, Memory is a right pretty, unabashed pop record. New York multi-instrumentalist Robbie Lee does wonderful things with soulful, longing lyrics and traditional pop melodies….. There is a jovial, natural weirdness to Lee’s tunes and a folksy, almost country-ish twang to his voice and guitar that at times is reminiscent of Tim Buckley." -Sean Molnar, Signal To Noise

MARY HALVORSON
“On her hollow-body electric guitar, Halvorson is an agile player, and during her occasional Derek Bailey-esque freakouts (which are sometimes warped electronically, in real-time), she reveals an uncommon ability to play unpredictably with a deliberate, focused manner.”

JESSICA PAVONE
Her epigrams are compellingly moving and stir deep feelings that range from despondency to lightheartedness, but the artistry of Pavone and the other musicians overflows in these ever-transforming sequences. Art does imitate life, and the musical expressions of Pavone are a microcosm of life’s reality. - Frank Rubilino All About Jazz

SCRAMBLESUIT
Both audio and video come together in a spicy blend of techno and trip-hop paired with spliced and diced videos from the 1950's - 60s era.

DJDP
A man and his electronics. Electronic hip hop and dub.

THE MOURNING SHADE
Powerful, melodic guitars accompanied by an energetic rhythym section. Its like a kickin the teeth, except it feels good. Chicks Dig It.


FIVE ACROSS THE EYES

ELECTRIC EYES

BLACKBELT CLUB

THE MONTAGUES

Benefit show for Flywheel.


June 4, 2006
6pm
$6

WASTELAND
Heavy crushing hardcore from MA

THIS DIALOGUE
Epic sludge similar to ISIS. from Iowa. ex-Examination Of The...

COMRADE KILKIN
Massive riffs from Michigan

FURNACE
Hardcore in the vein of His Hero Is Gone/Tragedy. from NH.

TOWERS OF POWER
Local DOOM featuring Bill Nace of Vampire Belt. Also members of Greyskull/bengeorge7

THREE FIFTEEN
Punk/Hardcore from Pittsfield, MA

There will be a vegan potluck before the bands starts.


June 5, 2006
7pm

FLYWHEEL MEETING



June 7, 2006
7:30pm

"WOUNDED HEART": ART SHOW & WORKSHOP
Healing the Wounder Heart is a powerful art exhibit created by survivors of sexual and relationship abuse and Sponsored by the Everywoman’s Center at UMass. The exhibit consists of decorated wooden hearts that explore both the intense pain of experiencing intimate violence and the hope that comes with healing and recovery. We invite you to create a heart for the exhibit, in honor of your own experience and/or to honor the experience of someone you love. A trained Counselor from the Everywomen’s Center will be available for support.


June 10, 2006
6:30 PM
$6.00

HARVEY GONE ROTTEN
"WE'RE BETTER THAN HEROIN!!!! (that's a fact...)"

MANNEQUIN CAMELTOE
"we probably don't like you either" Granby, Massachusetts

WITHIN THE RUINS
A metal hardcore band from Westfield, MA.

BLACK DAYS DAWNING
I will not give up, I will fight this battle..." Hardcore / Thrash / Metal PALMER, MASSACHUSETTS

OCTAVE 11
A band from Sunderland, MA.

WORDS BRING BLOOD
"cry on my dick bitch"-loveless (because I got a tick on my chucklesack)


June 11, 2006
11am

Private function.


June 11, 2006
7:00
$5.oo

VIO/MIRE AND FRIENDS
glitchy folk music

MAT TRUMBULL
hopefully he will rap again

ROBADOR
featuring joshi


GHOST TO FALCO

HI RED CENTER

STEAMROLLERS
bar band/blues improv. looking deep inside and finding a real nice harmonica solo

RED FAVORITE
pluck, pluck, pluck guitar mysteries, beyond folk songs, something special

8MM FILMS ALEXIS ARCARO


June 17, 2006
6:30 PM
$5.00

TALKING TO WALLS
A pop/rock band from Fairfield, CT with influences such as the Cure, Soul Asylum, REM, U2, Green Day, the Counting Crows, and a touch of ‘80s hair bands, they make artistic integrity fun.

BLENDED GROOVE
An all original band based out of Hartford, CT. Their sound is rock with major folk, jam, and blues influences. They are known by their fans for their powerful songs and lyrics and for their highly energetic and infectious life performances.

GBNE
Greatest Band that Never Existed from Suffield, CT which sounds like Full Spectrum rock or mix tape rock/ Their influences are: Scooter 357, 51%, The Outfit, Road Head, squirrels, the Pixies, Nirvana, Supergrass, Elastica, STP, the Toadies, the Beatles, the La's, Rainbow Randolf, Sheldon Mopes, the Breeders, Liz Phair, Forklift (CT), the LemonHeads, Unicorn, Master of grumpkins.

PROJECT MAYHEM
A powerful and sophisticated rock band of only three members. Their influences range from eternal rock legends such as Led Zeppelin and Deep Purple to some of today’s more progressive acts such as Dream Theater. Mayhem stands out from the copycats and clones of today, offering two lead vocalists, complex yet catchy riffs, and an unmistakable family bond that can be seen and felt by their audience.


June 18, 2006
7:30 pm
6$

SPANISH BOMBS
=dudes from A New Enemy.

KILLER FICTION
heavy and loud. loud and heavy.

WASTELAND
heavy. loud. fast.

MOTHER NIGHT
n.j.h.c. in the vein of 108 and undertow!

come and support some out of town bands and local heros.


June 20, 2006
7pm

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING

Skip washing the dishes, bring some snacks and take part in concensus decision making. New ideas welcomed. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC


HAWNAY TROOF
(new album! block rockin beats! dry humps! no rules!)

ANTHRO REX
(too bad you live in Brooklyn. You're missin out)

NACE/JAFFE
(bill nace & sara jaffe make some music)


FEATHERS

ROXANNE JEAN POLISE
one-man chicago-based wrecking machine with his finger on the droning pulse of the distant universe. One of the most confoundingly beautiful and subtly memseric low-level noise deviants. Subliminally affecting loops of vocal song coupled with star-fields of shortwave and what sounds like a microphone suspended high over Lake Michigan, as the city flashes malevolently way the hell in the distance.

WILL SODERBERG
exploring the outer limits of sound and music for over 2 decades, sometimes using laptop, midi guitar and electronics to conjure up bone rattling sounds of ghosts in the attic...

SISTER SUVI

ADAM MOKAN
oscillators + found sounds + distortion + contact mics + delay


June 23, 2006
7pm
$6

EXULTATION OF LARKS
Indie / Experimental / Post Hardcore We live in Boston. January marks our 1 year anniversary. After practice each night we play twister, life, mouse trap, or euchre on occasion (we're from the south/midwest), or we just sit around eating raw tempeh with capers while talking about personal lubricant and collective consciousness...

AMOROSO
Experimental / Psychedelic / Soul Boston, Massachusetts

JEHUTY

CONSTANT CONSPIRACY

ANOLAS RECOVERY

More TBA.


June 24, 2006
8pm
$4.00

"BAD GENERATION COPY" - FILM BY JEFF CHRUSCH
A typical day in the life in a small town gets turned upside down when a local butcher shares his prophecy of leading a universal revolution, inspiring the town’s aimless youth to rebel against the local police force made up of former high school football stars who still tackle teenagers. But things get really interesting when the Skaterheads, the Toolboxes, the Hippies and a abusive father who always wears boxing gloves get mixed into the chaos.


June 27, 2006
7:30
$6

LAUNDRY ROOM SQUELCHERS
largely a visual experience. There’s sound, lots of it, at high volume, but it washes over you while you watch the musicians go through a stream of rock performance gestures in exaggerated and absurd form combined with Jerry Springer show chaos. from miami (and other places)

TUMBLE TREB / BROMP POOF
churns and squirms

KO'ED KITTEN
yelping and melting

BARN OWL
burpin and chirpin!

TRANSCENDENT OF GOLD
tapes and apes


June 29, 2006
6:30pm
TBA

426
CT hardcore.

FROM HEART TO HAND

GIVE EM HELL

CHUCK BRUNSWICK

FEAR FOR YOUR LIFE

WORDS BRING BLOOD

XXXHardcore Birthday BashXXX Who is providing the cake? This show is a fundraiser for Flywheel.


July 3, 2006
7:30
$6

NIGHT WOUNDS
craziness, saxophone, no wave-ish mania, total spaz dudes, new hampshire transplants now in LA. releases on Not Not Fun and other labels

GREY SKULL
three piece, guitar bass drums and electronics. totally heavy.

HOT CHICS, COOL DUDES
on tour with night wounds, also from LA

FAT WORM OF ERROR

VIDEO BY KRISTEN LUPOLI


July 4, 2006
7:30pm
$6

RELIGIOUS KNIVES
(esoteric styles from the past featuring members of Double Leopards and Mouthus)

ZODIAC MOUNTAIN
(features Wooden Wand of Wooden Wand & The Vanishing Voice and Clay Ruby of the Davenport Family who will be dropping the heavy beard jams)

GOWN
Andrew rulz.

*SPECIAL GUEST*
come on through and find out!


ZEBU

SPACESHIP EARTH

REAL LIFE TIME MACHINES

HYDRAULIC SANDWICH
Pop Punk / Punk / Rock loud, fast, melodic, and upbeat punk with a touch of pop and some ska influences.

SUE

THE KLEPTOS

***Hear tomorrow's music today! Valley Free Radio 103.3fm - DJ ALDURU (Viking Woman)plays the music from our beloved space FLYWHEEL, every Thurday night from 9-11pm, with DJ Bunny Knuckles from M.I.L.F.***



July 8, 2006
5:30 pm
5 bux

LESE MAJESTY
they're a sick ass band.

CHRISTOPHER CARMODY
christopher is going to rule.

MIAMI HEAT
it's miami heat!

PRIMITIVE LUNG
yess.

FUCPUS
creep-crawlrz

this is going to be a quick show so come on time. there will be some food for everyone to eat. the touring bandz need your supports!


KIOSK KIOSK

THE JUSTICE LEAGUE

BLACKBELT CLUB

AMERICAN BUSINESS MACHINES


July 10, 2006
7:30
$6

COUGHS
totally brutal, sax, multi drums, from chicago, record out on Load, and Not Not Fun.

BRET GAND IS DEAD

JON BELLOWS


July 11, 2006
7pm
free

FLYWHEEL General body meeting. Open to the public.


July 13, 2006
7:00pm
$6

LA GUILLOTINE
Indie rock from Wmass

MOTION PICTURE DEMISE
Garage Punk/Indie rock from Richmond,VA.

YUCKY OCTOPUS

FASHION PEOPLE
Indie rock from northampton!


NOTEKILLERS

PEWTER TARP
(pewter trust + tarp = greatness! members of conrad capistran! joshua burkett! ron schneiderman!)

DREDD FOOLE/JOHN SHAW DUO

ANNA KLEIN'S MIND BEND


July 15, 2006
6:30 PM
$6.00

THE MCFEELYS

MOTION PICTURE DEMISE


July 18, 2006
8pm
6$

JEFF
a member of be your own pet, straight outta nashville! jeff is gonna kick some serious arse like last time.

CAKE BAKE BETTY
these fellow infinity cat artists will def. kick some arse too!

GOWN
andrew is gonna rule!

MOSCOW MULE
the rulingest will rock us all.

jeff and cake bake betty are on tour, check out their sites for other dates, so you can go to some great shows!

jeff will rock you.


July 20, 2006
7:30pm
$5.00

TATSUYA NAKATANI
solo percussion: "Nakatani's sparse punctuation suggests observance of esoteric ritual" - the Wire magazine

MATT WESTON
solo percussion: "He is a sound explorer on an apparent endless quest for purity" - Cadence magazine

NAKATANI/WESTON DUO!

LAUDABLE PUS
How do you know but ev'ry Bird that cuts the airy way, Is an immense world of delight, clos'd by your senses five?


July 23, 2006
2pm
$6

HALLRAKER
Hallraker *reunion show!* Come check out one of Western Mass best hardcore/punk band one more time.

ELECTRIC EYES

GUILT LUST

Please Note: EARLY DOORS: 2PM SHARP!


July 24, 2006
7pm
public

Flywheel General Body meeting. We have air conditioning! Consensus decision making, networking...open to the public.


July 28, 2006
6:30pm

THE MCFEELYS
Fast Hardcore/punk out of Western Mass.

RELICS
Hardcore/Punk from Amherst,MA.

THE MARKED MEN
Garage Punk Rock N Roll from Denton,Tx on Swami Records. Ex: Vomit Punx.

THE IRRITATORS
Fast Hardcore/punk from Wmass. Ex members of: Last In Line, The Strikers, Wishful Thinkinng, The prowl and all the other good bands they where in.

POLAR BEAR CLUB
Punk/Indie from Rochester,NY


August 1, 2006
7pm
$6

AMPERE
Short. Fast. Loud. Amherst Punx.

LA QUIETE
Amazing emotive hardcore from Italy!!!

PHOENIX BODIES
Screamy hardcore, grind, and thrash from Indiana. ex-Mara'akate

TINY HAWKS
2-piece melodic punk from Providence, RI

+1 MORE

There will be a VEGAN POTLUCK before the bands start playing. Bring whatever, pasta, chips, fruit, veggies. Touring bands are usually hungry and broke as fuck. Help 'em out!

Please come out and support some amazing touring bands who are traveling a long long way from home.


August 4, 2006
7:30 pm
6$

DEATHAMPHETAMINE
metal!

MORTALIS
heavy!

GOREALITY
brutal!

MILITIANARY
sick grind thrash.

DANGUR
1st show!

METAL! and some punk too..


August 5, 2006
7:30
$5

BREAD AND ROSES
acoustic country punk from the wilds of boston

OLD SCRATCH REVIVAL SINGERS
sinister roots jazz from iowa

TOMORROW THE GALLOWS
gainesville style acoustic rock from gloucester. ex-boxingwater

GRIFFIN AND THE TRUE BELIEVERS
quirky pop from upstate new york


August 7, 2006
7:00pm
$6

BENEATH THE STREET
NJ Hardcore/punk

MONOTONIX
garage punk rock n roll) from Tel Aviv,Israel.

MOLLER
Indie rock from Monson,MA

SUE
Indie rock from Northampton,ma


August 9, 2006
7pm

Official Flywheel General Body. Witness paticipatory democracy in action. WARNING: These meetings are addictive.


August 11, 2006
7:30pm doors open
$5 cheap

THOMAS NOLA ET SON ORCHESTRE
New Wave / Jazz / Psychedelic Dusty's inability to look at the camera convinces me that yes, he did, in fact, rape the Mayor's daughter at the Christmas Ball last year! DAMN SMALL TOWN LIFE AND CRUMBLING SOUTHERN GOTHIC MANSIONS!

RADIOACTIVE PROSTITUTE
Psychedelic / Experimental / Other Sweet Jesus Tickling Your Eardrums. "Lots of picnics and no hard times."

DUSTMUFFIN & THE ALUMINUM CANS
New Wave / Industrial / Gothic Sounds Like the future of the 1980s

BELLTONESUICIDE
Experimental / Psychedelic / Industrial Sounds Like the inside of some horrible acid trip. Soundtracks to 2nd rate art films.

Listen to "The Music of Flywheel" every Thursday night from 9pm to 11pm on 103.3fm VALLEY FREE RADIO hosted by DJ ALDURU/VIKING WOMAN (Lila Wolan) and BUNNY KNUCKLES (Brian Haas) PLAY LIVE ON VALLEY FREE RADIO!!! Interested?!!! Go to myspace.com/dj_alduru and say you want to play on Valley Free Radio!

Thomas Nola based show


August 12, 2006
open 7pm
6 clams

BANANA HANDS
Instrumental rock band from Boston, Massachusetts. Formed in 2004 by Jay O'Malley and Ryan Lavery. Full legnth Bon Voyage will be released coinciding with first US tour in August of 2006 on Brown Book. Yeah!

MARAH MAR
Indie / Experimental / Ambient from Scenester Credentials Records

BRUIT VERT
Sounds like animals collecting crystals.

THE PROBATES
Rock / Punk / A'cappella NORTHAMPTON, Massachusetts

TWELVE CANONS
Sounds like a convocation of demons, witches, and other angry spirits singing and dancing around a fire. an audio equivalent of eating a few habanero peppers - not only the chewing and swallowing but digestion and excretion as well.

Listen to "The Music of Flywheel" every Thursday night from 9-11pm on 103.3fm VALLEY FREE RADIO hosted by DJ ALDURU/VIKING WOMAN (Lila Wolan) and BUNNY KNUCKLES (Brian Haas) PLAY LIVE ON VALLEY FREE RADIO!!! Interested?!!! Go to myspace.com/dj_alduru and say you want to play on Valley Free Radio!


August 18, 2006
8:00pm
$6

JASON ANDERSON AND THE BEST
(our bi-annual visit from Jason Anderson, complete with full band!!!)

HYMNS
(humble mumbles in a folk-like tradition from Holyoke, MA)


August 20, 2006
7:30 pm
6$

KITTY LITTLE
great poppy punkish rock from albany.

CLASSIC FACE
w.mass superband playing some progessive, shoegazin' indie rockin stuff.

PETULANT CHILD
a three peice punk band made from roots of anger and hysteria.

rock over troy. rock on easthampton!


NASH LANE
An experimental art-rock band based out of Weston, MA. P.S. "Nash Lane Says... Have A Nice Day" is now available at www.cdbaby.com/nashlane2 and at all shows.

HIPPY GONE WRONG
Hippy Gone Wrong was conceived in the spring of 2002 when a sexy idiot savant met a homeless musical sponge for the sole purpose of destroying the young minds of the musical universe. Musically, their set ranges from explosive psychadelic punk rock to addictive interludes drenched by unique guitar sounds. Their stage show consists of wild guitar swinging, fish-flopping and an unscripted energetic style that leaves the crowd "wowed, cackling, and yearning for more." The band has concocted a most potent and infectious product in the form of a three-piece rocknroll group.

THIRD ASSAULT
Rock / Punk / Rock Formerly Assault. "Standing alone..." SPRINGFIELD, Massachusetts

MOSCOW MULE + MULEWATER
TURNERS FALLS, Massachusetts Drum & Bass / Thrash / Roots Music we brick shit flip kick crip dick brock split brick dick.


August 22, 2006
7pm
$6

HANDS IN
Wmass Hardcore!

SLEEP WITH THE SKELETON
Post Hardcore/indie from Chicopee,ma.

KNIVES IN THE ATTIC
Female fronted Punk/indie rock from Az. In the vein of Pretty Girls Makes Graves.

FIVE ACROSS THE EYES
Wmass punk rock! New cd out now! buy it!


August 23, 2006
7pm

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING
Attend and be part of Western MA's only DYI space.


August 24, 2006
7:30pm
$5

MEDHAMMER
sounds like two whales and a moose

PAUL FLAHERTY/ANDY CRESPO/MATT WESTON
saxophones, bass, percussion+electronics

SHALLOW WATERS
raw and primitive electronics, digusting words and voice.....

SEPHIROTH'S KNOT
being in a deep dream - a wonderous, beautiful dream of becoming one with the living, the loved and the dead in cosmic static harmony...look at the light.... reach the luna atmospheres of saturn.....


August 28, 2006
doors at 7pm
$5

RA RA RIOT
Ra Ra Riot is an amorphous blob (read as: band) that consists of seven highly dedicated individuals, each bringing her/his own experiences as both people and musicians to the metaphorical table. We feel strongly about moving people physically and mentally as a means of affecting positive micro/macrocosmic change. Formed and currently based in Syracuse, NY, Ra Ra Riot spends its time shaking the hands of foreign dignitaries, practicing, playing shows, eating pizza, and going about the business of everyday life. We have only existed since January 2006 C.E., an infant in that sense, but already have developed significantly as people and musicians. We look forward to seeing how the sound morphs as we hit adolescence and the subsequent teen years. We invite you to come along on this journey of growth and self-discovery. Word up.

BIKINI CAR WASH COMPANY

VIO/MIRE
Brendan Glasson plays experemental folk music with string bass player chris ryan.


September 1, 2006
7:30pm
6$

PEPI GINSBERG
pepi is gonna rule!

WHITE MICE
load recs. providence.i believe in white mice.

ATHLETIC AUTOMATON
ex- arabonrador. on skin graft records. get into it!

PEACE MAKER
g.w. myers > el prezidente.

DIAGRAM A
dan greenwood!!

Pepi, George, Dan, White Mice and Athletic Automaton. what more could you ask for?


September 2, 2006
6:30pm
$6

AEROPLANE 1929
Punk/indie from Wmass.

MOURNINGSTAR
Punk/Indie from Atlanta,GA in the vein of Afi.

TOP OF THE FAIR
CT Pop punk.

SINCERELY BROKEN
Post Hardcore from Western Mass.

+ one more tba soon


September 2, 2006
noon - 5:30PM

WICKERMANIA
(... moved due to nature's incontinence) Chris Cooper / Bill Nace Gown MV&EE with the Bummer Road Mike Tamburo Zeke Fiddler Larkin Grimm King Tuff Jeff Patlingrao


September 3, 2006
3pm-6pm

Private function for Jacob's Well.


September 7, 2006
7pm
public

FLYWHEEL MEETING
In the cafe. Rescheduled from Monday. (Attend the show afterwards.)


September 7, 2006
8:00PM
$5

DONNA PARKER


September 9, 2006
8:00pm
$6

LAMBSBREAD
(sick jams from Ohio in the vein of The Process of Weeding Out meets Hypermagik Mtn. j/k)

LESLIE KEFFER
(Leslie is gonna rule. Dielectric Lull!)

NORTHAMPTON WOOLS
(Nace, Flaherty, Moore)

HARTFORD/FRANSISCO DUO
(Rob and Jeff are back at it)


JAKOB OLAUSSON
Jakob is from Sweden and he's formerly done stuff with Joshua Jugband 5, he's gonna rule!

GOWN
Andrew will amaze us all. this is going to be his last local performance for a while,so come through!

SUS
Sus is also from Sweden, she's going to play some songs with Jakob,expect great things.

SEPHIROTH
aka Jow Jow the Death Knell Rung, it doesn't matter what name or symbol they use, it's gonna be great!

good times!!


September 11, 2006
7pm Door
$6

SWAN ISLAND
All-female pop/prog/metal crew founded in Portland, OR in March 2004. Clearly situated within the grand tradition of Pacific Northwest feminist rock (Sleater-Kinney, The Gossip), Swan Island boldly encompasses Heart's heart, Sabbath's chug, and The Au Pair's political disco. "There is a lineage in Portland, but young women have always sought out role models that appeal to them, and there are girls plunking on guitars all over the world.And you can bet they will show up at the Swan Island show." Corin Tucker, Sleater-Kinney "...creating a sonic place to dance the apocalypse away." - Michelle Tea

THRILLPILLOW
grunGy roCk n roLL alterNating uNschizophrenically btWEen rude And sweET pOp, witH a heLping of mElody and a daSh oF bRainS

MIAMI HEAT
ripped jamz ripped jamz ripped jamz ripped jamz

PLUS A PIANO INTERLUDE BY CAITI OTT!


September 12, 2006
7:00 PM
$6.00

FISTFIGHT
Wmass hardcore/punk

KILL THE FALL
Rock/punk out of Cleveland,OH.

DANGUR
Rock/Punk out of CT/Western Mass


September 16, 2006
7:30pm

ART OPENING
Matt Krefting and Rick Myers are going to display some of their art.

SUN OF EARTH
good times will ensue!

VOICE OF THE SEVEN WOODS
hailing from Manchester England, Rick is gonna amaze us.


SWORD HEAVEN
total heaviness from columbus ohio, squeeling death chants, wall of noise frighteners.

GREY SKULL
western mass three piece, doom troopers. celebrating release of 3xLP box set featuring grey skull, sword heaven, dream house, foot village and more.

FAT WORM OF ERROR
mind waves crashing on the shores of your body, fuzzy world of bent guitar notes, amaze yourself!

LIFE PARTNERS
bostons best is back, 3 piece style, ready to do it big, multi synth and drums bring the feeling back!

HORSE SPIRIT PENETRATES
w mass legends, guitar and drums, the grateful dead of massachusetts, also, loud and noisy.


September 19, 2006
7pm

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING


September 20, 2006
doors at 7pm
$4

BLACK SWANS
"DeCicca sings about spooning, "getting weird," existential doubt, and the centrality of mouth-holes before the tune is over, in a voice that is just WTF bizarre. Imagine a stoned-but-bookish, seductive Muppet. Imagine a more fragile Tindersticks (Tenderdicks?), or that faux-comic-relief Jewish guy from "Saved By the Bell" if he was a game-spitting mack (The Teaches of Screech?). Either way, this tune stands alongside Naked Raygun's "No Sex", Sold Out's "I Don't Want To Have Sex With You", and Lust Control's entire discography in the canon of nocturnal-restraint advocacy." -Pitchforkmedia

LEWIS AND CLARKE
"Sequestered in upstate Pennsylvania, songwriter Lou Rogai probes the american underbelly like some northeast cousin of Howe Gelb. On the one hand, Rogai seems desperate in his isolation; the title track shivers from the weight of a Neil Young sense-memory. But there's serenity, too, particularly on Giant Sand-meets-Bad Seeds desert waltz "No Name Disaster." Three memorable songs from a gifted newcomer- and housed in an ornate cardboard ring-binder package for maximium tactile impact." -MAGNET

VIO/MIRE
Vio/Mire is Northampton, MA's Brendan Glasson. His consistently affecting music spans pop/folk to ambient sound art. His instrumentation is similarly wide-ranging and sophisticated. He has two self-released albums to his credit, including one entirely written and recorded while living in Bolivia. He is soon releasing his next on Leisure Class Records.


September 22, 2006
6:30pm
six bux

NEW JACK

MIDST OF WAR

GIVE THEM HELL

Moved from a well known Chicopee club in protest.


September 27, 2006
8:00pm
$5

GOD
duo of Bryan Eubanks (NYC) - electronics, and Leif Sundstrom (Portland, OR) - oscillators, contact mics, vibrations

ENGLISH
Bonnie Jones (Baltimore) - opened digital delay pedals, and Joe Foster (Seoul, Korea) - trumpet and electronics.

MIKE BULLOCK/LINDA AUBREY DUO
wedded bliss

CHRIS COOPER/BILL NACE
upper and lower control arms, struts, and spindles


September 28, 2006
8:00pm
$6

ELF POWER
(One of Elephant 6's longest running psych-pop outfits return to Flywheel with their expanded lineup!)

GEOFF REACHER
(an LED-illuminated haze of caustic, beat-driven hallucinations about girls and death soaked in classic country, pre-war blues, experimental electronics and rap)

NATIONAL CARPET
(local quartet [named from the carpet store down the street], who play catchy, sad, country-pop)


September 29, 2006
6:30pm
6 bux

CUZIN D
Indie / Acoustic / Alternative New York City After almost a year and a half, Cuzin D returns with new songs from his upcoming CD.

THE UNCONFORTABLES
All we want is a good time and get along. And for everyone else to have a good time and get along.

ENTRANCE
Psychedelic / Blues / Other Entrance is definitely inspired by what some would call The Movement, from the Beats and the early non-violent Civil Rights struggles, all the way through to Hippies, Yippies, Black Panthers, Timothy Leary, punk rock, the Anti- Globalization Movements of today, current Anti-War activists like Cindy Sheehan, and the struggling oppressed people of the world who against great odds fight a spiritual battle everyday to maintain their basic human power and dignity.

LORD JEFF
Psychedelic / Folk / Jam Band A MUSICAL BAND FROM NORTHAMPTON MASSACHUSETTS, that PLAYs FOLK MUSIC WITH PSYCHEDELIC INFLUENCES.


September 30, 2006
7:30pm
6 bux

PALACE IN THUNDERLAND
Rock / Psychedelic / Progressive The four-piece specializes in fuzzed out riffs, esoteric arrangements, dual guitar harmonies, and an overall versatiltiy that few bands can match. Live, the band lays down a blanket of fuzz, feedback, and aggression as they spin their tales of the occult, existentialism, altered consciousness, and general alienation. Not for the meek, that's for damned sure.

SLEEPYPISSER THUNDERHOLE
Rock / Alternative / Indie Will get down and play with anyone if its in the pursuit of goodtimes/enlightenment, will work for food,. love distortion,.hate conciousness..we try to mix everything we all like about music into one big gob of stone and roll.

I AM BALLA
Rock / Alternative If this song doesnt get you laid, youre not trying hard enough. Finally, unabashed pussy rock that has the hardcore kids reminiscing about their first homemade piercing experience.

JUMPTHEPAWN
Hardcore / Punk / Funk WILBRAHAM, Massachusetts Sound like the Dead Kennedys, on cocaine.


October 6, 2006
6:30 PM
$6.00

THE GENDERS
The Genders are back! Rocknroll from Tel Aviv, Israel, influenced by AC/DC, The Ramones, The Stooges.

AMERICAN BUSINESS MACHINES
Garage Punk Rock Roll from Wmass.

RUNNING WITH KARMA
Indie Rock from Western Mass.

SAVANNAH'S WAKE
Post hardcore from Springfield,ma.

+ one more tba soon!


October 7, 2006
7:30 pm
6$

DEATHAMPHETAMINE
metallic brutality!!

CUT UP!
!thrash attack! former people from youth liberation front.

ALL THOSE OPPOSED
sick crust core from r.i.

rock on!


October 8, 2006
6:30pm opening
$6 bux

A MILLION CRYING BABY LIONS

AZWAN/ CONDUIT
"We are Conduit." AMHERST, Massachusetts Our ethos is simple: if it sounds good, lay it down.... (& If it's crap, work it into an eloquent crap sculpture.)

THE WAYWARD
Post Hardcore / Metal / Indie WOODBRIDGE, VIRGINIA

OPEL
Folk Rock / Experimental / Rock from the Pioneer Valley, Massachusetts. Trippy, Greatful Dead-like. On a vision quest? Go to this show!

FEVER MARLENE
Rock / Electro / Pop a touring band from MILWAUKEE, Wisconsin featuring Scott Starr and Kevin Dunphy. Sounds like Panic! at the Disco but cooler. "Follow the pink rabbit. And all his little buddies" - Scott and Kevin

MAURICE SOULFIGHTER
Poetry from the soul!


October 10, 2006
8:00PM
$6

SKIF ++
Robert van Heumen (laptop LiSa) and Jeff Carey (laptop SuperCollider), as SKIF, work with purely digital pragmatism: sonic bursts, melodic melancholy, and beautiful carpets using joysticks and self made controllers to keep it all in line (most of the time). SKIF++ is the collaboration of SKIF and Bas van Koolwijk's (laptop Max/MSP/Jitter) aggressive attack on the illusion of video itself. Independently, and processing the SKIF sound into video, he exposes the face of the machine which lives behind the often-placating veil of the televised image.

DB
DB is '60s style electronic music done right. With a acoustic instruments. Informed by simple physical phenomena of sound DB provides a sonic landscape unheard of for any wind duo.

USA/USB
over-amplified flute through feedback and computer processing, further extrapolated synthesis procedures along with laptop sound generation. Focusing on digital instrumentalisim, hyper- instrumentalism, and extended technique.

TRANSCENDENT OF GOLD
+ Fernando Diaz, of Incapacitated Iguana. Tape loops and guitars and things that crackle when they shouldn't. And bad jokes.

RAUB ROY
Holy hyperbole! It's true! Northampton's 7-foot-tall bit-nibbler briefly returns from a misguided foray to sinful SF!

*** This tour is funded by *** The D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities and the National Endowment for the Arts USA Fonds voor Amateurkunst en Podiumkunsten NL Gaudeamus, Donemus, DJC, Netherlands Culture Fund NL Fond for Ut


October 10, 2006
7pm

FLYWHEEL OPEN HOUSE


October 10, 2006
7pm

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING


October 11, 2006
doors @ 7PM sharp
$5

PEASANT
"Peasant's newest menagerie of sound is filled with haunted harmonies and urgent lyrics. Melodies and words drift and dive through a waterfall of distant synths and tugging acoustic guitar. Aquatic hums and mellow bleeps float on lilting and murmured words tossed aside." -Peasent's Myspace.com account

LIZ ISENBERG
www.leisureclassrecords.com

BRIAN DUTREMBLE
the awkwardness makes him cute and the cuteness makes him awkward


October 14, 2006
7pm
$6

JUCIFER

FUZBUNI

THE UNCOMFORTABLES

MICHAEL JACKSON'S NOSE

CRAP WITCH


October 19, 2006
7pm
$6

GLASS & ASHES
No Idea Records

RELICS

FURNACE

THE FUCKING WRATH

VEGAN POTLUCK before the show!


October 20, 2006
8:00pm Doors
$5

FILM SCREENING: ####### WHO IS BOZO TEXINO? #######
Freight rider and van tramp, Bill Daniel is back on tour screening his 16-years-in-the-making, documentary film, Who is Bozo Texino?? --- the secret history of hobo graffiti. This gritty black and white documentary shot entirely on film-- tells the mostly-factual account of the epic quest and unlikely discovery of railroading's most mysterious artist.


October 21, 2006
6:30pm
$6

FIVE ACROSS THE EYES
Western Mass Punk Rock

ROYAL SHAKEDOWN
Punk/Indie rock from Western Mass.

BRAVE RIFLES
Catchy indie rock w/keyboards at times from Detroit,MI. Ex members of: Capture The Flag,Vanilla Scene and Etc.

MOURNINGSTAR
In the vein of old AFI from Atlanta,GA.

STAND UP GET DOWN
Indie rock from Northampton


October 25, 2006
7:30 pm
5 or 6$

ALEC K. REDFEARN
great stuff from this guy from r.i.

THE TERRIBLES
worcester's longest lastingist rockingist bandj d.boon rides again.

PHONE BOOK
aka something else.. two peices of some death/metal!

BONE ZONE
good stuff from allzton! sick 2 peace tug of war.

shred at life!!!


October 26, 2006
7pm

FLYWHEEL MEETING


October 27, 2006
7:30pm
$6.

A TEXAS TRIP: VENISON WHIRLED
- solo destrutcto trance from Lisa Cameron (ST37/Three Day Stubble), taming the feedback demon and unleashing the infinite life/death drone, thick as red dirt mud - Austin, TX

ETHEREAL PLANES INDIAN
- ethno-ambient drift from B.C.Smith (Iron Kite/Primordial Undermind), Loops, field recordings, huge zones of fuzz, junk and rust - Austin, TX

PARADISE CAMP 23
- cubist psychedelic improv from Erik Amlee (Crackhouse/Devil Donkey), liquid sitar tantra like Shiva and Kali in a love embrace, firing all of your guns at once and exploding into space. - ex-Houston, TX


October 28, 2006
9:30am-12 noon
Free

"HALLOWEEN PANCAKE MOUNTAIN"
Imagine a sunny fall morning and you are inside eating pancakes and watching a video of the latest creation from the Pancake Mountain people (www.pancakemountain.com) Then you finish the morning with a dance party! Come wearing your costume!


DONNA PARKER
feedback oscillations, jammed signals, sick battery effects pedal malfunction chrunkle to stir all 20 feet of your small intestine

WZT HEARTS
alternately conjuring images of noise gristle, free-jazz wallop, psychedelic expansiveness, and the intellectual curiosity of modern composition

BLK TYGR
from Cleveland, Ohio. A mix of sung-poems, soul ethos, and string fellowship. "This is electronic field hollers, sweet, loud and dense."

ANTHRO REX
winner of The Advocate's Grand Band Slam, "best Haters Tribute or Cover Band" category


November 3, 2006
7pm
$6

STEPHEN BRODSKY
(from Cave In)

CLIQUE CLAQUE
dance/pop

CLASSIC FACE
indie rock

JACOBS STORIES
semi-electronic indie rock from the UK

MARK SCHWABER
acoustic


November 4, 2006
8:00pm
$6

HAWNAY TROOF
(wild, sexy, funky, underground beats from the non-stop entertainer!)

HIGH PLACES
(organic bedroom-beats from Brooklyn, NY)

NICKY CLICK
(new wave electro funk from Durham, NH)

BROMP TREB
(bleep.blop.bloop.blort)


November 10, 2006
7:30
6$

KITTY LITTLE
albany pop rocking stuff! they saw sharks..

CLASSIC FACE
progressive shoegazin indie rockin stuff.

THE ELECTRIC EYES
a one time duo of bass and guitar

THE STEAMROLLERS!
dude! it's eastern mass's realest bar rock band!! they drive all over from northbridge to boxford man...

this show is gonna rock. for real!


November 13, 2006
8pm
$6

TWO DEAD, ONE GOOD
mean heavyness from boston

COCK ESP
legendary noise troupe. best show ever, 6 years ago.

SUFFERING BASTARD
providence harsh noise

JOSHUA BURKETT
old standup comedy routines

BEN HERSEY
peurrrformance arf

STEVE ZULTANSKI
sound poetry, homophones, tongue nuances


November 14, 2006
7pm

FLYWHEEL OPEN HOUSE


November 14, 2006
7pm

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING


November 17, 2006
8pm
$4.00

MEAT FOR TEA
Beef Tea: The Fall Fashion Extravaganza. Cabaret featuring bands and fashion. This event made possible in part by the Easthampton Cultural Council, a local affiliate of the Massachusetts Cultural Council.


November 18, 2006
5pm
$6/$10 Fam

LUNCH MONEY
Formed in 2003, indie rock trio salutes roller coasters, pet dogs, helium balloons, and dizziness.

UNCLE ROCK
(“Rock Of All Ages” drew inspiration from Guthrie and Silverstein. Previously, played with The Fleshtones and portrayed Buddy Holly in London's West End. Pot Luck Dinner. Admission is $6. per person or only $10. for pairs and families--no matter what the size! So call all your relatives and say "It's on me!"

PANCAKE MOUNTAIN PRESENTS: A Special EVENING edition


November 19, 2006
7:30 pm
$5

THE CONVERSIONS
awesome punk from boston

HELPING HAND
they're back! 7 seconds style punk from western MA

POSITIVE REINFORCEMENT
posi hardcore from boston!

AEROSOLS
new punk from western MA. members of ampere, wasteland, cut up etc. 7" coming soon on youth attack records


November 20, 2006
8pm
$ 6

GAY BEAST!
thrash,club musik,thrash!

JAFFE/NACE DUO
bill and sara are gonna rule!

OWL XOUNDS EXPLODING GALAXY
Owl Xounds take a new approach to jazz freakouts and discover something so far out, your ears will constantly wonder what's going on. -Lio

gay beast are on tour from minneapolis. they're gonna effin rock!


November 26, 2006
7pm door.
$6

TIGERSAW

SAM ROSEN

CASEY DINEL


ART OPENING!

RICK MYERS

ANDY CALBARESE

JASON AND AYA

BYRON COLEY

MATT KREFTING

TARP!

this is an art opening coinciding with the tiger saw show. great art, good music, good times!


November 30, 2006
7pm

FLYWHEEL MEETING

Flywheel General Body Meeting.


December 2, 2006
9:30am-11:30am
$6.

PANCAKE MOUNTAIN PRESENTS: CARAVAN PUPPETS
The Caravan Puppet Theatre will be presenting the stories of winter holidays around the world. The event also includes a free pancake breakfast. Admission is $6. or $10. per family. This program is supported in part by a grant from the Easthampton Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.



December 8, 2006
7pm
6 bux

AMERICAN BUSINESS MACHINES
Rock and Roll from Springfield, Mass

SPACE CAPTAIN
Indie Rock from Springfield, Mass

THE SHAKE
Indie Rock from Northampton, Mass

FASHION PEOPLE

THE NATIONAL BUMMER
Adam Kosak and more...


December 9, 2006
5pm-8pm
free

JOSH NOONE
Original acoustic folk/rock. Intimate performance with short intros to songs, little tidbits of humor and relative news. Subject material is on love, life, and the politically controversial.

MIKE GRIFFIN
Acoustic / Folk Rock / Rock I write, sing play all of my own shtuff. I've been told that i sound like wilco, and even though i think that nobody could be that good, I take it as a huge complement.

ERIC LEE
You don't have to be Irish to appreciate the Celtic music from Eric's violin.

***Live entertainment and refreshments from 5pm to 8pm for participants of the Easthampton Arts Walk. WELCOME!!! Between acts, original footage on the big screen of past shows at Flywheel by Lila Wolan.***

This event is free.


December 10, 2006
7:30
$6

LILLIFF FAIR
ladies night! all women (maybe some dudes if they're lucky) all types of music / stuff. awesome!!!

SARA JAFFE / ANNA KLEIN
Guitar and Drummmm showdown

MEARA O'REILLY
forks and chairs find a new mental home.

PAK
vocal loops, tapes, etc

JAMIE MOHR / ODELL
from albany NY

SUBTLE BRAID

BATS FLY IN FORMATION


December 12, 2006
8:30 door 9:00 show
$5

***FLYWHEEL BENEFIT SHOW***
help Flywheel raise money for our new space and to keep the organization going!

THE EVENS
(Washington DC based duo featuring Ian Mackaye & Amy Farina)

THE SHOW WILL BE HELD AT MERCY HOUSE IN AMHERST, MA
(click above for directions)

KIDS UNDER 12 GET IN FREE!

PHOTO by Dan Katayama


December 12, 2006
7pm sharp
free

FLYWHEEL General Body Meeting and Open House. Check it out.


December 13, 2006
7:30
$5.00

****BARN OWL'S HOLIDAY DEPRESSION SPECTACULAR!****
a benefit for Flywheel!

BARN OWL
No more fake owls trying to bite us, we are the real owls making the original owl music. Heard ya missed us, well we're back.

FACES OF DEATH
David Gross and Bhob Rainey are the Rock 'Em - Sock 'Em Robots of the new music. And they will eat your brains.

THRILLPILLOW
like the Pretenders on ritalin

PETULANT CHILD
bringing the Bang Bang music to the masses!


December 15, 2006
7pm
$4.00

MEAT FOR TEA PRESENTS...
Cirque Du Boef: A Holiday Burlesque. Experimental short film festival. Musical performance by the illustrious Lord Russ. Fiction and poetry readings by Corrine de Winter and others. Possible surprise performances. This event sponsored in part by the Easthampton Cultural Council, a local affiliate of the MCC.


December 16, 2006
7pm doors open
$6 cheap!

REAL LIFE TIME MACHINES
They Are Like Buddy Holly Meets The Killers! From Lebanon, NH and Malden, MA.

BUNNIES
Youe know, the ones from Monty Python's Quest of the Holy Grail? Brutal!!!

FAILED TO HONOR
Emo / Trip Hop COVENTRY, Connecticut We love to play shows and just have a good time. We are some of the nicest guys you'll meet. We also love to meet people so come talk to us at a show. We have a new singer!

A MILLION CRYING BABY LIONS
Breakbeat / Happy Hardcre / Powerpop Come celebrate A Very Special A Million Crying Baby Lions Second Annual Christmas Spectacle! A once a year event you cannot afford to miss! This self proclaimed Christmas Anarchist band straight out of Connecticut, Massachusetts will surely put the misletoe above you and your loved ones head! Be sure to wear your finest Christmas Attire!

THIRD ASSAULT

TRAVIS RAAB AND COMPANY
Starting at 7pm sharp!

Christmas Malaise Special! DJ ALDURU from Valley Free Radio want to help cure you pre-winter blues. Be sure to wear your finest Christmas Attire!


December 17, 2006
7:30 pm
6$

MUTATION COLLAPSE
Sci-Fi Horror Play from providence featuring Christopher Kites, Sasha Heart to Heart and more.

BENGEORGE7
searching for the Doo-Doo man, finding themselves and freedom, expect dirt!

DOUBLE PLATINUM
Double Drums, Double guitars. Members of Fat Worm, Miami Heat, Grey Skull!


December 22, 2006
7pm

JOSH CRANE


December 23, 2006
7pm
$7

CLASSIC FACE
last show until june '07

ELECTRIC EYES

HOWAREWE HAWAII?

IDENTIFIED

THE INVENTORY


December 28, 2006
7pm
open

Flywheel General Body Meeting


December 30, 2006
6:30pm
$6

SLEEP WITH THE SKELETON
Indie/hardcore from Chicopee,Ma.

THE PROZACS
Punk Rock in the vein of Screaching Weasle from Wmass.

SAVANNAHS WAKE
Post Hardcore from Wmass.

THE ECONOMY OF OUR MINDS
Indie rock from Wmass.

BLESS THE HORSE
Indie rock choas from Wmass.


January 1, 2007
7pm
5$

SUE
a good ole' rockin time!

MATTHEW LARSEN
great introspective indie/acoustic stuff.

STATE SHIRT
ethan tufts!

MOSCOW MULE
they're back!

good times!


January 2, 2007
5:30
$5

THE HOMEFRONT

IMPRINT
Last day of tour!

RELICS

HELPING HAND

LA GUILLOTINE


January 6, 2007
9:30am-Noon
Free

PANCAKE MOUNTAIN SATURDAY:
Hanukah, Solstice, Christmas, New Year’s Day, and Pancake Mountain!! The holidays don’t officially end until January 6th. David Shin's latest pancake creations, Free Pancake Breakfast, "Pancake Mountain" Episode 8 followed by the Lights-Beats-Moves of a Dance Party!


AN ALIEN HEAT
Mark Morgan (Sightings, TL&SiLA), Bill Nace (x.o.4, Vampire Belt), and Thurston Moore (The Coachmen, Mirror/Dash)

DIAGRAM A
RRR artist and international megastar Dan Greenwood

JENNY GRAF AND JORGE MARTINS
featuring Jorge Martins and Jenny Graf


January 9, 2007
7pm
free

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING AND OPEN HOUSE.


January 13, 2007
8pm to 11pm
$5 cheap

FOR F**KIN SORENSON
WATERTOWN, MASSACHUSETTS Thrashing and screaming from Eastern, MA.

THIRD ASSAULT
"we're men damnit..." SPRINGFIELD, Massachusetts

TBA



January 13, 2007
5pm-8pm
free

UNDER THE RADAR
Under The Radar is a acoustic band with some folk rock and a little reggae mixed in. We have just finished recording our first cd, "Above the Influence" available through Grayson Fleischner or Evan Baum for a price of $5. Band Members include Grayson Fleischner--Guitar/vocals, Evan Baum--Guitar/vocals, and Zach Swanson--Bass/guitar/bongos.

LOUDMOUTH
CD release party. (No webpage yet.)LoudMouth is Jonathan Byerly playing sax, singing and looping mouth percussion/bass. It's Bobby McFerrin meets Perfect Circle with songs about relationships gone good and bad, and the fall-up and fall-out from love.

JENURSA
Folk Rock / Acoustic / Indie "LIVE FROM THE BOTTOM OF THE LAKE" Featured guest on Valley Free Radio in November.

***This show is part of ARTS WALK EASTHAMPTON*** There will be free refreshments!!!


January 14, 2007
7:30pm
5$

SUPER 88
Super 88 are gonna rule.

THE EAR, THE EYE & THE ARM
Anne, Leslie and Leon are gonna kick out some hot jamz.

JONAS TOUTANT
Jonas is going to perform some magic!


January 14, 2007
private event
n/a

Reserved for private event from 3pm to 6:30pm until further notice.


January 15, 2007
doors at 7pm
5 dollars

THE CURTAINS
(asthmatic kitty recs.) feat an ex. member of deerhoof and KRS singer/songwriter nedelle

FLYING
(mill pond recs.) NYC indie-faves

LIZ ISENBERG
(leisure class recs.) local heart throb

CHRIS GARNEAU
(absolutely kosher recs.) friend of jamie stewart and duncan sheik

the show of the season


January 19, 2007
6PM
$6

LUMBERJACK
Hardcore from Western Mass

THE ATTRACTIVE GENTLEMEN
Punk from Lowell, MA

MARX REVOLUTION
Punk from CT

IN THE FACE
Punk from Lowell, MA

BLACK BELT CLUB
Hardcore from Western Mass

TBA


January 20, 2007
1pm-5pm

ART OPENING
Rachel Duboise will be showing some photography and other artwork.

come on down!


January 20, 2007
6:30 PM
$5

V.I.A. PRESENTS:

Valley Independent Artists is a group of bands and musicians from the Pioneer Valley
who have collectively come together to produce local compilation albums.

WATCHER

HAMMER BONE

PAUL ROOT

MY LAST FLIGHT

This show will be mentored by Lila Wolan.


January 25, 2007
7pm
free

Flywheel General Body Meeting


January 29, 2007
8pm
$6

HAIRY DAIRY
say what you want! features best artists in the world Jo Dery with Jeremy Harris (lazy magnet) from providence.

ATTITUDE PROBLEM
TWO DRUMMERS!!! heavy and crazy members of face down in shit and buddyship.

GREY SKULL
fuggggin heavy; covered in troll drool.


February 3, 2007
10am
$6.

PANCAKE MOUNTAIN AND VALLEY FREE RADIO PRESENT: GUSTAFER/YELLOWGOLD
Live Music and Animation! Gustafer is an alian from the sun. When performed live by Morgan Taylor and his band Gustafer comes to life in a "moving book" of songs and pictures projected onto the big screen! Come as a family and pay only $10. Event includes a free pancake breakfast. This program is supported in part by a grant from the Easthampton Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.


February 8, 2007
7:30pm
6 bux

DEMONS
nate young and steve kenney are gonna rule.

SIGHTINGS
mark is great.

MIRROR/DASH
if you don't know, now you know.. yeah!

KENDRA
right outta keene. dead c like greatness!

good times!!


February 10, 2007
8 PM
$5

V.I.A. PRESENTS:

Valley Independent Artists is a group of bands and musicians from the Pioneer Valley
who have collectively come together to produce local compilation albums.

DANNY PEASE & THE REGULATORS

JUMPTHEPAWN

CONDUIT


This show is a fundraiser for Flywheel.
Come out and show your support.

This will most likely be a benefit show, with all the money going to Flywheel.


February 10, 2007
5pm to 8pm
FREE!!!!

NEXT PRESIDENT
Next President is a post-punk trio based in Western Mass. Sounds like The Stooges meets The dead Milkmen.

CITY FOLK AND THEIR FLYING MACHINES
NORTHAMPTON, Massachusetts An acoustic trio consisting of Ukulele, Stand-up Bass and brush Drums. Aim to please, they always make people smile when they play. All of the songs are happy, which is what this world need: HAPPINESS!!!

NASH LANE
Hi, we're Nash Lane and we will answer some questions for you. 1) Yes, we are a rock band. 2) Yes, we are often loud. 3) No, we are not metal, punk, or anything-core. 5) Yes, we do incorporate aspects of experimental music. 6) Yes, we also incorporate aspects of the purest forms of pop music. 7) No, we don't really care; you can describe as whatever you want. 8) Yes, we have been known to prefer: experimental, psychedelic, alternative, rock, pop, or some combination of those. 9) Yes, people (including ourselves) have been prone to use words like 'spacey', psychedelic', 'noisy', 'atmospheric', and 'rocking', amongst others, to describe our music.

ART WALK EASTHAMPTON with free refreshments

ART WALK EASTHAMPTON


February 13, 2007
7pm

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING AND OPEN HOUSE.


February 16, 2007
6PM
$6

YUCKY OCTOPUS
Amazing 7-piece rock outfit from Western Mass Craziest high energy show in the area, if you haven't caught them, you have to check them out.

AMERICAN BUSINESS MACHINES
Intense rock group out of Springfield Mass, They've played Flywheel over 20 times over the last 3 years and in honor of their last show at Flywheel's current location, they're pulling out all the stops.

THE MOTEL MATCHES
Excellent experimental 2-piece from Central, MA

DANGUR
Rock and Roll from CT

CITY FOLK AND THEIR FLYING MACHINES
Accoustic pop group kicking off the night


February 17, 2007
7pm
$6

REKTAL MUKUS
Hampshire College band.

JONES EARTHQUAKE
Let's see. It's a band. And, um, . . . did we say it's a band? Hmm. Oh yeah--Jonee's in it. And, like, it's a band . . . ah hell, just come see us. (Yes, there is a pirate in the band.)

THE FUZZ
Easthampton rock n roll.

MAGIC SPARKLE
Birthed during Cancer 2005, this pulpy Burlington based duo has been channeling their unique blend of dual vocals, electric bass, and acoustic drumset rock through a montage of analog effects directly into raw, sticky melodies that feel just as good hummed while walking through snowdrifts as they do blasted through a stereo at full volume while drinking bloody marys on the cliffs of a three day bender. Their choice of simple instrumentation has kept their danceable lo-fi rock close to the initial spark that started the project when Jess Magic (Miss Monday, Courtesy Flesh) and Jonny Sparkle (Aquadora, ex Fire the Cannons, ex Glowfriends) spontaneously started rocking at a dance party and “were transported to a bright warm fuzzy place by a zoom zoom white balloon alien.” raw firey energy pumps these dance beats out in a way not unlike the sounds a bastard child of keith moon and patti smith might make while mating with a dolphin in Antarctica. post imperialist rock and roll over the top and crashing back down on you with pulpy, dripping, hot, sticky melodies.

MANY MENTAL MISTAKES
High energy, cross-dressing,French-speaking Canadians.

Viking Woman is wondering if booking this show was a mistake. Cross-dressers, a pirate, rock n roll band. "Am I on Hedonism Island???" Oh wait, this is Flywheel.


February 18, 2007
7:30pm
6$

PRIMORDIAL UNDERMIND
"primal metabolism accelerated by innervating feedback" = good stuff!

OWL XOUNDS EXPLODING GALAXY
Owl Xounds Exploding Galaxy take a new approach to jazz freak outs,and discover something so far out, your ears will constantly wonder what's going on" - Lio

GREG+AMANDA
Amanda & Greg are gonna rule!

come on down!


February 19, 2007
6:30
$5

NORTHERNLY
Acoustic Folk Rock from Easthampton

OPEL
Vaguely Folkish Alternative Rock

DANIEL ELLSWORTH
A delicious blend of influences and styles from Nashville

STEVE LEE
New Wave from Nashville & Little Rock


February 20, 2007
8pm
$6.

TIGER SAW

STRAND OF OAKS

AND MORE TBA


February 23, 2007
6:30pm
$6

FIVE ACROSS THE EYES

BLESS THE HORSE
Indie rock/punk from Wmass.

THE BELL COUNTY SILENCE
Catchy indie rock from Albany,ny area. In the vein of Sunny Day Real Estate/Fugazish.

NO INTENTION
Pop Punk from Wmass. Get thier new cd!

C.C RIDER
Garage Punk Rock N Roll from Palmer,ma.

+ more 2 more tba soon!


February 24, 2007
7pm
$6

SCAPEGOAT
from boston. in the vein of infest and crossed out. 7" out on painkiller records. first western MA show appearance.

AMPERE
local punks. first show in western MA since october!

SOUL SWALLOWER
from boston. heavy and brutal. featuring members of mind eraser and mental etc.

WASTE MANAGEMENT
from boston. think early DYS. featuring members of sick and tired, mind eraser, even keel and say goodbye.

HELPING HAND
punk a la 7 seconds from western MA. this is their coming home from tour show!!!!


February 25, 2007
5:30 pm

ART GALLERY OPENING!
Diana Simard, Sam Payne, Greg & Amanda Petravato, Shannon & Beverly Ketch, Josh Burkett, Crystal Reagan and Josh Vryzen all have some art up!

come by and check out some great art! + the show afterwards is gonna rule!


February 25, 2007
7:30
$6

LAMBSBREAD
absolute thrash trash, totally brutal trio from Ohio

SICK LLAMA
Heath will shred us all to peices.

GRAVEYARDS
Jah Olsen and co. are gonna rule!

P.FLAHERTY/T.M.
good things.

mid westernerz are gonna take over w.mass!


February 26, 2007
8:00pm
$6

GLORYTELLERS
(featuring Goeff Farina from Karate)

STEVEN WARDLAW
(former Marshes guitarist explores the unplugged side)

CHAD SICO
(solo musings from Ghosts of Blake collaborator)


February 28, 2007
7pm
free

Flywheel General Body Meeting


March 2, 2007
6:30PM
$6

THE ECONOMY OF OUR MINDS
sentiments, strumming, and storytime with daniel ciecko

STAND UP GET DOWN
just freaking awesome

SLEEP WITH THE SKELETON
six-piece melodic indie rock from chicopee, mass

IVYDRIVE
indie rock from connecticut

THE BEATOFFS
beatles cover band feat. members of amnesty

jamnesty! vegan bake sale. come for sweet tunes, good company, and human rights awareness.

This is a small fundraiser show for Westfield High School's Amnesty Club. Flywheel will take 20% of door money as profit, and the remainder will be split amoungst the bands. Donations from bands and individuals are highly welcomed and can be brought to Amnesty's information table on the night of the show.


March 3, 2007
6:00 PM
$5

V.I.A. PRESENTS:

ATTACK OF THE 50 ft. WOMEN
a flywheel fund-raiser
featuring predominately female
musicians, poets, and artists.

THRILLPILLOW

LISA MARTIN

KRISTEN GASS

YOUR VERY SOUL

JENURSA

JEN TOBEY

DIANE SANABRIA, BANJOQUEEN

This is a fund-raiser for Flywheel. All money collected will go to Flywheel.


March 4, 2007
6
5

YUCKY OCTOPUS
Post Hardcore from Easthampton

SPACE CAPTAIN
indie rock from the valley

BANANA HANDS
pyschedelic instrumental rock from in Boston/Providence

BAKULA
Post Punk from Allston MA

CHE GUEVARA T-SHIRT
Indie from Albany NY


March 10, 2007
5pm to 8pm
free

ART WALK EASTHAMPTON
Check out what's happening in Easthampton! Looking for something fun? Come to Art Walk Easthampton each "Second Saturday" of each month from 5-8 pm. More than a dozen locations host visual, music and performance art in an energetic sampling of local, regional and national talent. Most venues are along Cottage and Union streets. There's lots of free parking along the way and a short, easy walk between most stops. Many venues also host a reception. Just look for large, yellow banners outside each participating location. Treat yourself to a range of artistic forms, and then stay to eat, drink or take in the area's live music events for a complete night of fun.

.CREATURES.
Punk / Soul / Thrash from Watertown, MA set time around 6pm

IRAQ FOR SALE - THE WAR PROFITEERS
Shown at 5pm. See who is getting killed and who is making a profit.


March 10, 2007
7:00pm
$6

THE MCFEELYS
Fast Punk/Hardcore from Wmass!

MY REVENGE
VT Hardcore!

THE TAMPOFFS
Garage Punk Rock N Roll from Boston!

+ more tba soon!


March 11, 2007
7:30 pm
5$

ESKIMO KING
brian from mouthus is gonna shrail!

AFTERNOON PENIS!
nate from mouthus will rule.

T.M.
yea!

before the show theres going to be an art gallery event with art from shannon and beverly ketch, josh burkett, diana simard, greg and amanda petrovato, crystal regan, josh vryzen, cita and sam payne. good things.


March 13, 2007
7pm

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING


March 14, 2007
8:00PM
$5

LOVID
bent lo-tech multimedia creates a childish RGB explosion from crossed wires and disciplines. Fractured audio and video circuits painting moving odes to Hasbro-halted development.

TRANSCENDENT OF GOLD

(photo: Tom Moody)


March 15, 2007
7:30
$5.00

BASILICA
cathedrals of sound!

BARN OWL
you may remember us from such films as "xzrxrzxrxzrxrzxx" and "eeeeeeeeeeeeee"

GREY SKULL
they have the power. they really do.


March 16, 2007
6:00pm
$6

NO SHOW TONIGHT ! THE SHOW HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO THE WEATHER!

NO SHOW TONIGHT ! THE SHOW HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO THE WEATHER!


March 17, 2007
10:00am-11pm

FINAL FLYWHEEL KICKDOWN
(go here for a complete list of bands. Performance times will be updated periodically)


March 30, 2007
7pm

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING


May 17, 2007
9pm-11pm
VFR 103.3

VALLEY FREE RADIO: WXOJ 103.3FM

DONUT KINGS
Garage / Rock / Comedy NORTHAMPTON, Massachusetts

Donut Kings perform LIVE acoustic set on WXOJ lp 103.3fm. Call in and make a request!


THE GENDERS
HEADLINING BAND featuring bare bones Rock'n'Roll from Tel Aviv, Israel. For more info, check out their official website: www.thegenders.com

AMERICAN BUSINESS MACHINES
Garage / Rock / Punk "I'll be speaking, in tongues sharper than a sword" SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS

DANGUR
Rock / Garage / Punk HOLYOKE, Massachusetts

ELECTRIC EYES
Rock / Punk / Other Western MA's loudest secret.

C.C. RYDER

www.myspace.com/mercyhouse365 Location: You can find us at 365 N. Pleasant St, AKA the brick building on Frat Row in Amherst with the big yellow banner outside that says "MERCYhouse, it's a church!"



June 16, 2007
Doors 5:30pm, Show 6
$5.00

THE DEEDLE DEEDLE DEES
An educational rock band for kids made up of four guys who were raised on Schoolhouse Rock, the Pixies, Professor Longhair, the Band, the Muppets, and Tom Waits.

This Flywheel Fundraiser will be held at Artifacts 20th Century on north Maple in Florence. 28 North Maple St. Florence, MA Benefiting Flywheel and public interest law stipends for Western New England College School of Law. Please bring your children to this show.


July 19, 2007
7:00pm

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING

43 Main St. Easthampton, MA 01027


THE GENDERS

PETULANT CHILD

THIRD ASSAULT

CURIOUS BUDDIES

HEAVEN

Florence VFW


August 23, 2007
9-11pm
103.3fm

WHITE BOYS CAN'T JUMP
Live on WXOJ 103.3fm from 9pm-11pm. Hosted by Lila Wolan. Out of range? Listen to it live on your computer! Go to www.valleyfreeradio.org and follow the prompts to webstreaming.


August 23, 2007
7pm
no charge

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING
Meeting is to held at The Old Town Hall, 43 Main Street, Easthampton, Massachusetts @ 7pm.


August 30, 2007
9-11pm
103.3fm

LEIF MULCH
Leif started singing in church when he was eight years old. He began to play the guitar and the drums in high school in Taiwan, and spent the next decade or so wandering all over New York State (Clinton, Albany, Utica, Troy, Elizaville, Hicksville, Kinderhook, Sacandaga, Saratoga, Cohoes, Alfred, Morningside Heights and Washington Heights, and so on) alarming the neighbors and singing at houseparties. He has played dozens of shows in Brooklyn, Manhattan and Queens in the past three years as part of the band Antique Sixguns (whose new record -- Five Star Dive Bar -- is pretty fun). The NY Press (back before they started to suck) called him 'an odd and quirky genius' among other things. Email Female oh email female click to me absentee landlady of my dreams when you're making love in your SUV and the keyboard's close enough email female click to me

WXOJ 103.3FM
Tune to Valley Free Radio every Thursday night from 9-11pm for original local music.


September 19, 2007
7pm
show up

GENERAL BODY MEETING
Updates on the new space, finances, the fund drive (mail only), Flywheel's Record Sale fundraiser, forthcoming fundraising shows at other locations, and much more!


September 28, 2007
7:00pm
$5

VALLEY WORM FEST
a 3 day benefit for Flywheel at the Elevens in Northampton.


September 29, 2007
2:00pm & 8:00pm
$5

VALLEY WORM FEST
3 day festival to benefit Flywheel!


September 30, 2007
3:00pm
$5

VALLEY WORM FEST
a 3 day benefit for Flywheel!


October 24, 2007
7:00pm

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING


November 29, 2007
7pm

GENERAL BODY MEETING
It's that time of the month again, and it's not about Aunt Flo.


December 6, 2007
9pm-11pm
103.3fm

THE MUSIC OF FLYWHEEL
Valley Free Radio hosts a special walk on Memory Lane with songs by bands that have played at Flywheel. Lila Wolan (Viking Woman) and Brian Haas (Bunnyknuckles) can be found on 103.3fm on your dial or www.valleyfreeradio.org on streaming audio.


December 20, 2007
7pm

FLYWHEEL GENERAL BODY MEETING
Updates on fundraising and our new location. Free candy canes!


January 3, 2008
9-11pm
103.3 fm

TRAVIS RAAB AND FRIENDS
Local resident who moved to L.A. is back to perform live on the air for all fans and casual listeners. Featured performer ot Flywheel in 2006.