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Lazy-i Podcast April 22, 2015

Stone Roses documentary to play in Omaha

* Marcus Theatres in Omaha, Bellevue and Lincoln will screen Stone Roses concert documentary Made of Stone Wednesday, November 6th and Tuesday, November 12th. The documentary by Shane Meadows covers the Manchester band's 2012 and 2013 reunion tours, which culminated with a headlining spot at the 2013 Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival in California. The English band is known for their 1989 debut album, which served as a bridge between the post-punk Madchester sound and the explosion of Brit-pop in the 1990s. Village Pointe Cinema, 304 North 174th St., Twin Creek Cinema, 3909 Raynor Parkway in Bellevue, and Lincoln's Grand Cinema, 1101 P St. will also show the film.

* Brad Hoshaw and the Seven Deadlies are more than halfway through their Kickstarter campaign to fund the mixing, mastering and manufacturing of their next album. The band plans to host a spring release show with the proceeeds. That show will be free if the band hits its $7,500 target before Halloween. The band had raised more than $2,300 as of Monday, October 28th. Consider giving at Kickstarter.com.

* Two Halloween events will basically invert the reputations of two downtown venues Thursday, October 31st. The Slowdown, 729 North 14th St., will host Boo Goo, a dance party event featuring a performance by Mean Street. So since Slowdown, the rock club, won't be hosting a lineup of live bands, House of Loom, 1012 South 10th St., is taking a night off from dance parties to host a lineup of live bands. Digital Leather, Plack Blague and Solid Goldberg will team up for a show that seems perfectly suited for the holiday night.

posted at 10:09 pm
on Monday, October 28th, 2013

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