Gathering of the Tribes Thursdays, 5 to 6pm, with Rock, Reggae, Psychonaut grooves, and Culture!
The beats heard in the background are by the Alley Cat of Vacaville!
a part of the Gatherings! This program is produced by an affinity
network which meets twice monthly at in Vallejo's Art District, where
plans are made, and this is Your chance to join a project for
alternative culture, including music shows, events, and more! More info,
including a list of projects to get in with, at [gatheringofthetribes.blogspot.com], affiliated with: Northbay Evolver Network [link]
Music for the Gathering:
"Strive for Strife" by Lazy Sunday of Vallejo
"Soul'd" by Trevor Lyon [trevorlyon.com], a New debut with a video released this week at [youtube.com/watch?v=mZd3HsbA4j4]!
"What Is Life?" by Skunk Funk (ft. MC Cuban-B)
"Irie Eyes" by Jet West
"The Dan Way" by Shenanagans
"Stoned Love" by Down Dirty Shake
"Steep Muddy Middle of Nowhere" by Box of Kittens
"Be Merry, My Friends" and "Phaedrus" by The Crux
with music, art, and psychedelic culture!
More Tribal News here: Evolver [link]
Check out the latest addition to the Northbay 'zine Library archive:
"Do-It-Yourself Silkscreening, or, How to Turn Your Home into a T-Shirt Factory"
2004, by John Isaacson of Berkeley, CA [link]
Make your own mini 'zine! [link]
Liberated Zones, composed of Thoughtful & Psychedelic events from around the San Pablo bay area and beyond. Click here [link] for more info about Liberated Zones!
"Halloween Cirque du Delta"
with Bomba Fried Rice & Skunk Funk
October 31st, 6:30pm until 1:00am
of Venus [122 B Street, Davis, California 95616], the International
Community of Davis, Les Français de Davis Californie (French Club)
brings you a night of memorable Halloween party around the theme of
"Cirque" - circus in French. Celebrate Cristina & Lisa's bday,
the animal, the clown, or the trapezist in you, or dress up as a circus
freak!! Halloween COSTUME CONTEST from 7 - 10 PM.
How to sign up?
Get your name on the list at the counter, stick the number on yourself
and see how it goes. The 3 best costume winners will be announced after
the Bomba Fried Rice show, and will get each a $10 gift certificate at
Delta of Venus, and for those 21 and over will get a 2011 Unoaked
Chardonnay from Putah Creek Winery :)
Fire dancers on the parking, Hula Hoopers welcome.
Live Music Starts at 7:00 with:
* Skunk Funk from Napa
* Bomba Fried Rice from Davis
* After Show Music set by DJ Ciel
HALLA HALLA HALLLA HALLAWEEN!
October 31st, 9:00pm
At the RCA Building [656 W. macarthur, oakland, ca 94609]
HELLA SMACKIN HALLAWEEN FUNCTION! COME PARTY WITH YOUR LOCAL BLACK REVOLUTIONARIES AND ALLIES.
COME HANG-OUT AND PARTY IN HONOR OF RESISTANCE IN OAKLAND!
TURN UP AND TUNE IN TO TO THE MOVEMENT AS YOU GET YOUR BOOGIE
HOSTED BY NYEUSI MALAIKA (BLACK ANGELS) & BLACK RIDERS LIBERATION PARTY (B.R.L.P.)
LIVE HIP HOP PERFORMANCES, MUSIC AND FOOD
HIP HOP PERFORMANCES BY
-E DA REF
MUSIC: REGGAE, HIP HOP, R& B, DANCEHALL
PERFORMANCES START AT 1030.
NO ONE TURNED AWAY DUE TO LACK OF FUNDS BUT DONATIONS STRONGLY ENCOURAGED.
Sol Collective & The Sacramento History Museum presents...
Souls of The City- Dia de Los Muertos, at Old Sacramento.
Friday, 6:00pm until 12:00am
Nov. 1st Dia De Los Muertos Celebration
In front of Sacramento History Museum [101 I St. Old Sacramento. CA 95814]
Procession and lighting of altar led by Kalpulli Maquilli Tonatiuh (Aztec Dancers).
Interactive community altars ( feel free to bring items to leave in memory of loved ones) & Pop Up Art Exhibit
Family Activities & Games, Food, Calavera Face Painting, Vendors, Music Stage
Clusterphunk! with Snake Skin Nite
TownHouse [401-A Georgia st., Vallejo, at the corner of Marin st.]
Fri Nov 1st, 10pm
Hub Crafternoon: Open Studio - Finish Those UFO's!
Saturday November 2, 2:00pm
The Hub Vallejo [350 Georgia Street, Vallejo]
With your Crafternoon Maven: Katie
To sign up, please visit
Definition of a UFO (in the crafty world): Unfinished object or project,
often found hiding in craft rooms, under the bed, or tucked away in a
corner of the closet in a plastic bag.
Did you start a scrapbook
when your kid was a baby? Is your baby now entering kindergarten but the
scrapbook is still in pieces? Did you begin knitting a hat last winter
but then....summer happened? Is your sewing and mending pile giving you
grief? I think you get the idea--let's tackle those UFO's! Spend an
afternoon at The Hub socializing while finishing up your art/craft
Any UFO project that can be worked on in a room with tables
and chairs is welcome. Need to borrow a sewing machine? We have a
handful that can be loaned for the day, let Katie know you need one when
you sign up.
Century Got BARS LIVE @ The Crocker Art Museum
Thursday, November 7, 6:00pm until 8:00pm
Crocker Art Museum [216 O Street, Sacramento]
Century Got Bars, an independent Hip-Hop artist, writes:
join me in celebrating the new Exhibition from artist Kara Walker
"Emancipating the Past: Kara Walker's Tales of Slavery and Power".
will have a 30 min set at 730pm sharp! I have a small guest list so
first come first serve if you'd like to attend contact me. Otherwise
standard museum entrance fees apply $10 reg admission $5 w/ student id
and free if you are a member of the Crocker.
Named one of Time
magazine's most influential people, Art21 artist Kara Walker creates
art about the exchange of power and attempts to withhold power from
others. Featuring 60 works drawn from the collection of the Jordan
Schnitzer Family Foundation, the exhibition includes wall paintings,
works on paper, and recent work in new media. All showcase the artist's
thought-provoking approach to graphic design and content.
Don't miss this amazing exhibit!! Visit the link below for more Info on Kara Walker and the showing.
The UpTown of Oakland presents Junk Folk Night:
Thee Hobo Gobbelins, The Crux (CD Release), 5 Cent Coffee
Thursday, November 7, 9:00pm
for an evening of wild speakeasy/carnival music with three stompy folk
bands! Thee Hobo Gobbelins, The Crux, and 5 Cent Coffee... This evening
is a CD release party for The Crux's new album, THE RATCATCHER!
21+, 9pm. 8 dollars.
The Uptown Nightclub [1928 Telegraph Ave, Oakland]
Thee Hobo Gobbelins:
The Hobo Gobbelins emerge from the pulsing art vortex of Oakland, Ca.,
the green-skinned child of punk rock, avant-garde performance art and
hobo soul. Drawing on a dizzying array of influences, the band
incorporates traditional sounds of Americana and the Old World with the
horrors of modernity. Monsters from folklore and fiction wriggle
alongside freight-train spirituals and drinking songs. The result is a
disturbing haunted house for the ear, a nightmare carnival that is at
turns goofy and murderous. Human audiences drink more, dance better, and
writhe uncontrollably to goblin beatings- er, beats. Incidentally,
audience is the goblin word for “food that screams”.
(CD Release Party!): The Crux is an encyclopedic band of
multi-instrumentalists, performing barn dance tunes, klezmer jams,
pirate shanties, and bluesy dirges in a theatrical performance style.
Their sound is an energetic brand of folk music enlivened with a taste
5 Cent Coffee: 5 Cent Coffee is a 4 piece post
modern jug band full of grit and carnival hokum. We play original songs
set in the dusty American tradition of travelling circuses and rail
riders down on their luck. With soaring vocals, sometimes two
accordions, sometimes two ukuleles, washboard and junk percussion, our
sound is big and brash but soft and mournful, and always
a night of music, comedy, poetry, and political satire
Friday, November 8th | 8pm | $8
ALL AGES, Bar w/ID
At The Arlene Francis Center [99 Sixth Street, Santa Rosa]
This event is a co-production of Jake Ward Presents & the North Bay Hootenanny. Sponsored by CMedia [www.cmedialabs.org]
Live Music By BABY SEAL CLUB. Voted Best Rock Band in the North Bay by
the Bohemian 2012, quirk-pop art-rockers Baby Seal Club unleashes a
sonic alchemy of the most ear-reverent sort. Pelvic-pounding rhythms and
heart-thumping harmonies whirl into a frothy serving of free-range
chaos. Listen. Grin. Repeat. [www.babysealclub.com]
BOBBY JOE EBOLA & THE CHILDREN MacNUGGITS
combining punk rock with raunchy and sometimes political satire, Bobby
Joe Ebola & The Children MacNuggits left me wondering if I
wanted to laugh, think or dance. I chose to dance, laughing in the
process, and decided to think about the lyrics later. They were just
that good." — Tony DuShane, SF Gate
"Bobby Joe Ebola and the
Children MacNuggits can only be described as genius, brilliant,
reminiscent of the late George Carlin mixed with a heavy dose of Monty
Python." — Melissa Webster, The Huffington Post
GAY HENRY [https://soundcloud.com/gayhenry]
Spoken Word Performances By CHRIS CHANDLER. "A lot of modern punk rock
bands might talk about the revolution, this man however is living it." —
Johnathon Gallienne, Punk United. "This man is dangerous" — The
Washington Post [www.chrischandler.org]
Standup Comedy By LILA CUGINI, a comedian from Sonoma County. You'll
find her eating cereal and posting inspirational thoughts on Facebook
every morning from her mobile phone as part of her Eat Pray Love
journey. She's still waiting for the Love part.
November 11th, 11:11am
All-Ages, All Day
At "Art is Zen" [337 Georgia St., Vallejo]
Its the first VA11EJO Day!! VA113JO!!! Art, music, dance, food, love, community...
our first Fridays...Va11ejo style...whatever day it is...on the 11th,
we're going to occupy downtown with local culture until the world
With the art of Jack Armstrong SeanG, Dante, and others to be announced, with music!
Gathering of the Tribes presents...
A night of Serial Music hosted by Dr.G. and the Serial Mom, with featured act:
and The Freedom Shrine (Rock/Napa) [link]
with our Tribal DJ Miss Ayah on the turntables spinning Island Slam and old school grooves!
Friday, November 15, 2013
9:00pm until 12:00am
21+, No Cover Charge
At the Townhouse Bar [401 Georgia Street, Vallejo]
RSVP on Facebook [link]
Northbay Evolver presents…
“Community Healing and the Gift Economy”
Sat. Dec. 14th, 3 to 8pm
At the IntegreTea [717 Marin st., Vallejo]