Thursday, October 31, 2013

GOTT Radio, Oct 31st 2013

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!
Be 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


Tribal News 
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
All ages.
Delta of Venus [122 B Street, Davis, California 95616], the International Community of Davis, Les Fran├žais 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!
[www.facebook.com/events/212189055626724/]
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   
-ASKARI MWARI 
-E DA REF 
-SHANGO ABIOLA 
-FLY BENZO 
-MS. INCREDIBLE 
-AND MORE   
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.

[https://www.facebook.com/events/582121301844645/]
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
21+, FREE




Hub Crafternoon: Open Studio - Finish Those UFO's!
[https://www.facebook.com/events/511303662299597]
Saturday November 2, 2:00pm until 6:00pm 
$10, All-Ages   
The Hub Vallejo [350 Georgia Street, Vallejo]      
With your Crafternoon Maven: Katie Vardijan 
To sign up, please visit [www.luludeuxmillinery.com/workshops]   
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 project.    
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
[https://www.facebook.com/events/178494295676309/]
Thursday, November 7, 6:00pm until 8:00pm  
Crocker Art Museum [216 O Street, Sacramento]
Century Got Bars, an independent Hip-Hop artist, writes:
Come join me in celebrating the new Exhibition from artist Kara Walker "Emancipating the Past: Kara Walker's Tales of Slavery and Power".   
I 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

[https://www.facebook.com/events/599947983398688]    
Thursday, November 7, 9:00pm  
Come 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”.   
The Crux (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 of punk.   
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 compelling.     


Word.
a night of music, comedy, poetry, and political satire
[https://www.facebook.com/events/532607390155090]
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]
Featuring 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
[www.bobbyjoeebola.com]
"… 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]

With 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]

And 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.


Va11ejo Day
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...
it's our first Fridays...Va11ejo style...whatever day it is...on the 11th, we're going to occupy downtown with local culture until the world ends!!!
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:
SKUNK FUNK!
and The Freedom Shrine (Rock/Napa) [link]
and O'Dell
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]


Friday, October 25, 2013

Create a Liberated Zone!

"How to start a Radical Space" from the 2011 "Slingshot" Organizer and Calender


Thursday, October 24, 2013

GOTT Radio, Oct 24th 2013

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!
Be 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:
"Invincible" & "American" by The Atomic Machines
"Caboose" by
The Shenanigans
"Leave it for the peasants" by
Box of Kittens"Soul'd" by Trevor Lyon [trevorlyon.com], a New debut with a video released this week at [youtube.com/watch?v=mZd3HsbA4j4]!


Tribal News 
with music, art, and psychedelic culture! More Tribal News here: Evolver [link]

Interview with the...

[theatomicmachines.com] [soundcloud.com/theatomicmachines] [theatomicmachines@gmail.com]
Some of the questions to be asked by Dr.G.:
* What motivates you to make music for the revolution?
* Where have you performed?
* What do you see happening in the Liberated Zones of music and culture, like, what are the anarchist influences you are seeing in the scene?
* What can you say about the dictatorship over mainstream music? and about this economic dictatorship we've been experiencing in society?
* What makes the Bay Area great?
Atomic Machines are Dan Dafoe (Guitar/Vocals), Kyle Barton (Bass) and Josh Conrow (Drums). Hailing from the Mecca of old school bay punk rock, Atomic Machines are based in the San Francisco/Bay Area with influences ranging from The Clash, NOFX, Minor Threat and Rancid. Atomic Machines produce a unique blend of old school bay punk rock with a classic SoCal style. Dan, Kyle and Josh have a natural song writing chemistry that creates a wide variety of sound. The Atomic Machines are exploding onto the scene with their lively stage presence and ruthless determination. Atomic Machine shows are filled with crowd involvement and back to back high energy songs. 2013 will be a big year for the Atomic Machines as they plan to release their first full length album and plan to hit the road for their first cross country tour. The band also has many shows lined up in and around the San Francisco/Bay Area


Interview with...
Batz & Richard of "LEGENDS of Heroes & Villains Publishing"
to invite you to their book release party on Oct. 26th for their new title "Taffy's Nightmare Tales" Issue #1, with a book signing on Monday, October 28, and the launch of the Kickstarter on the 31, for "Kitty & Batz" Volume 1. They are looking forward to their next convention appearance in Santa Rosa, November 30!
"LEGENDS of Heroes & Villains Publishing" [707-334-5760] [www.legendsofheroesvillains.com] works with Waterfront Comics [609 Main Street, Suisun City, CA 94585] to host comix creator parties, events, and expose you to strange & interesting comics, from the underground to superheroes with DC and Marvel comics!
This Halloween, at Waterfront Comics in Suisun City, you will see the launch of "Taffy's Nightmare Tales" Issue 1, during 'Halloween Comicfest'! "Taffy's Nightmare Tales" is an anthology of stories, created to terrify the reader, as they did so many years ago!
Written and drawn by Richard Zerga, with additional art and layout by his daughter, Kristi 'Batz' Zerga, is strongly reminiscent of the EC Comics days, before the comic code. Drawing inspiration from EC artists, such as; Jack Davis, Graham 'Ghastly' Ingles, Wallace Wood, and from 'Creepy' and 'Eerie' comics, artist Bernie Wrightson, the first tale is pure black and white horror, titled; 'Blood Asylum'. This four part story tells the tale Dr. Turninkoff, and the twisted and macabre experiments he performs in the asylum of blood! With narration by Taffy T. Clown, he walks the reader through the long, cold and decaying corridors, into the darkened rooms of the patients, many of whom will never leave the asylum alive! The second story tells the tale of a man who comes to grip with the crimes he has committed, and the stiff penalty he will pay!
October 31, 2013, Kitty & Batz hit the public square in the face, again! Not with their bats, or sais, or fists, but with a Kickstarter for "Kitty & Batz" Volume 1, "Hypnotic Homicide"! But before that, Batz will be wired up with her favorite flavored frappuccino from 'Hypno Coffee', and talking about their Kickstarter at "Halloween Comicfest" during the release party of "Taffy's Nightmare Tales"! This Kickstarter is going to be a compilation of Issues 1, 2, 3, along with original stories that WILL NOT be offered anywhere else. Some of the rewards will include t-shirts, posters, prints, screen printed cards, and more! There will also be the most impressive tiers, which will include, extremely limited edition, hardback volumes, numbered, with variant covers by Billy Martinez, Tone Rodriguez, Joe Weems, and the man himself, John Kricfalusi, creator of Ren & Stimpy! These hardback copies will ONLY be available through the "Kitty & Batz" Kickstarter, and will feature Kitty & Batz on the cover, in the artist respective styles.

New comic books on display and ready for Batz & Richard's signing on Monday, October 28, 2013, from 11am until 3pm at Solano Community College's Bookstore! 'Taffy's Nightmare Tales' Issue 1, 'Kitty & Batz' Issue 3, and a whole lot more... See ya there!


"How the Skeptic Ideologues Control Wikipedia" by David Wilder
[realitysandwich.com/how_skeptic_ideologues_control_wikipedia]

"Mind Shift" with Daniel Pinchbeck -
In this clip from the premiere of Mind Shift, Daniel Pinchbeck talks to legendary visionary artist Alex Grey about his early career, his first time on LSD, psychedelics and divine intelligence, and more.      
Mind Shift is a new kind of talk show for a new era. Host Daniel Pinchbeck focuses on the deepest issues impacting our world today. Featuring top intellectual heavyweights and cultural superstars, Pinchbeck and his guests explore topics like the future of civilization, technology, spirituality and an emerging new paradigm for humanity. [http://www.realitysandwich.com/video/mind_shift]



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!

The Northbay 'zine Library presents… 
DIY Mini 'zine Free School
, an appendage to Mocktoberfest 2013 

A Liberated Zone with Dr.G. of the Northbay Uprising!
Oct. 26th, 6 to 10pm, Free, All-Ages, all are welcome! 
at the IntegreTea liberated zone located at 717 Marin st. around the corner from the Empress Theater, in downtown Vallejo!
Learn how to make your own 8-page mini 'zine using a single sheet of paper, which you can copy and distribute for whatever you feel like, including advice on creating, distributing and promoting your very own piece of punked-up DIY culture! Donate your mini 'zine to the Northbay 'zine Library!  Northbay 'zine Library [northbayzinelibrary.blogspot.com], a project of the Gathering of the Tribes [gatheringofthetribes.blogspot.com], Contact [gott.productions@gmail.com]





Live @ the TownHouse [401-A Georgia st., Vallejo, at the corner of Marin st.]
Fri Nov 1st, 10pm
* Cluster Phunk
* Snake Skin Nite
21+, FREE



 
Gathering of the Tribes presents...
A night of Serial Music hosted by Dr.G. and the Serial Mom, with featured act:
SKUNK FUNK!
and The Freedom Shrine (Rock/Napa) [link]
Other acts TBA!
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]


Monday, October 21, 2013

Serial Music with Skunk Funk! Nov. 15th, at the Townhouse!


 
Gathering of the Tribes presents...
A night of Serial Music hosted by Dr.G. and the Serial Mom, with featured act:
SKUNK FUNK!
and The Freedom Shrine (Rock/Napa) [link]
and the O'Dell band
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]

Listen to Skunk Funk and the Echo Project on the Gathering of the Tribes FM radio programs!
More info at [gatheringofthetribes.blogspot.com]

Sunday, October 20, 2013

DIY Mini 'zine Free School!

The Northbay 'zine Library presents, an appendage to Mocktoberfest 2013 
A Liberated Zone with Dr.G. of the Northbay Uprising!
Oct. 26th, 6 to 10pm, Free, All-Ages, all are welcome! 
at the IntegreTea liberated zone located at 717 Marin st. around the corner from the Empress Theater, in downtown Vallejo!
Learn how to make your own 8-page mini 'zine using a single sheet of paper, which you can copy and distribute for whatever you feel like, including advice on creating, distributing and promoting your very own piece of punked-up DIY culture! Donate your mini 'zine to the Northbay 'zine Library!  Northbay 'zine Library [northbayzinelibrary.blogspot.com], a project of the Gathering of the Tribes [gatheringofthetribes.blogspot.com], Contact [gott.productions@gmail.com]

Friday, October 18, 2013

Serial Music Live! Oct 18th, 2013

Gathering of the Tribes presents...
A Liberated Zone
at the Townhouse at 401 Georgia st.in the heart of Vallejo's Art District!
Oct 18th, Free, 21+
Like us on Facebook! [link]
Featuring...
* John Todd, acoustic covers and original scores
* Elaine Brown and her poetic stylings of Power!
* Atlas, rock of the ages!
and our own Tribal DJ Miss Ayah on the turntables with Island Slam and World Beats
An inDIYpendent culture event!

Thursday, October 17, 2013

2013-10-17 GOTT Radio

Gathering of the Tribes Thursdays, 5 to 6pm, with Rock; with Reggae, Psychonaut grooves, and Culture throughout (alongside the news)! 
The beats heard in the background are by the Alley Cat of Vacaville!
Be 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:
* "Rolling Deep" by Atomic Machines
* "Get Your Finger Wet" & "Dead Men Don't Have Dance Moves" by Giggle Party
* "Hobo Sapiens" & "Vulcan Mind-Meld" by Mike Have-Not (w. Jamison Meurer)
* "Four Corner Carousel" & "Stagecoach" by Overland
* "Sargasso sea" by Dwight Smith


Tribal News 
with music, art, and psychedelic culture! More Tribal News here: Evolver [link]

Announcing the 'zine Exchange [link], an appendage to Mocktoberfest 2013 in Vallejo, organized by the Northbay 'zine Library, a project of the Gathering of the Tribes affinity network!

New Economy Week [neweconomyweek.org] is a national week of celebration designed to shine a light on the movement to build a new economy – an economy that is restorative to people, place, and the planet. From October 12-18, we will be highlighting events, actions, reports, works of art, and other projects that promote the principles of democracy, justice, and sustainability.


"The Good Life Lab: Radical Experiments in Hands-on Living" [storey.com/books/good-life-lab]
by Wendy Jehanara Tremayne [wendyjehanara@gmail.com] [blog.holyscraphotsprings.com].
The stories in The Good Life Lab begin at 80 Acres. At Black Rock City the discovery of a gift economy is the impetus that sets in motion the adventures that follow. With her partner Mikey Sklar the couple quit their NY careers in search of a decommodified life. Inspired by Burning Man's ethos of self reliance the couple built an off grid homestead in southern New Mexico. Today they make their own food, shelter, fuel, power and domestic goods. This book tells their story. The Good Life Lab is practical, it contains lifestyle skills like making your own fuel, building out of waste, remodeling shipping containers, living off grid, recovering dead batteries and hacking appliances and also contemplative, Wendy shows how those alive today are the first generation to experience the whole world for sale. She maps a way to live a decommodified life that is less reliant on money. The book itself is an artwork with a smythe bind and community of illustrators who created florid colorful spreads. Forewords were written by Doug Rushkoff (author of Life Inc. and Present Shock), The Reverend Billy Talen (Church of Stop Shopping), Pir Zia Inayat Khan, Fermentation fetishist Sandor Ellix Katz and others.
October 19th at the "Maker Faire Santa Rosa" [makerfairesantarosa.com]
October 20th at the "East Bay Mini Maker Faire" [ebmakerfaire.wordpress.com‎] and at "A Place for Sustainable Living" later that evening [aplaceforsustainableliving.org].



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!

Gathering of the Tribes presents...
Serial Music Live
A Liberated Zone
at the Townhouse at 401 Georgia st.in the heart of Vallejo's Art District!
Oct 18th, Free, 21+
Like us on Facebook! [link]
Featuring...
* John Todd, acoustic covers and original scores
* Elaine Brown and her poetic stylings of Power!
* Atlas, rock of the ages!
and our own Tribal DJ Miss Ayah on the turntables with Island Slam and World Beats
An inDIYpendent culture event!


The Northbay 'zine Library presents… 
DIY Mini 'zine Free School
, an appendage to Mocktoberfest 2013 

A Liberated Zone with Dr.G. of the Northbay Uprising!
Oct. 26th, 6 to 10pm, Free, All-Ages, all are welcome! 
at the IntegreTea liberated zone located at 717 Marin st. around the corner from the Empress Theater, in downtown Vallejo!
Learn how to make your own 8-page mini 'zine using a single sheet of paper, which you can copy and distribute for whatever you feel like, including advice on creating, distributing and promoting your very own piece of punked-up DIY culture! Donate your mini 'zine to the Northbay 'zine Library!  Northbay 'zine Library [northbayzinelibrary.blogspot.com], a project of the Gathering of the Tribes [gatheringofthetribes.blogspot.com], Contact [gott.productions@gmail.com]


October 25th to 27th , TJ Walkup presents... 
"Mocktoberfest"
(Vallejo)
A Curated Punk & Edge Arts Event, to benefit youth music programs partnered with the Mira Theater Guild 501c3 non-profit in Vallejo! with Multiple Stages, and a DIY 'zine library & exchange (Make and Bring your 'zines)!
* October 25th to 27th at the Mira Theatre Guild's Bay Terrace Theatre [www.miratheatreguild.org] [51 Daniels Ave. Vallejo]
* October 26th at the Empress Theatre [www.empresstheatre.org] [330 Virginia St., Vallejo]
[punkmock@gmail.com]
Music & Zines! Join the Zombie Costume contest and win a prize! Or, come as You Are!
All Ages (no alcohol / drugs / violence) and Inclusive (no sexism / racism)
You Are Your Own Authority!
Featuring performances by:
* Death Valley High
* N/A (of Oakland)



Live @ the TownHouse [401-A Georgia st., Vallejo, at the corner of Marin st.]
Fri Nov 1st, 10pm
* Cluster Phunk
* Snake Skin Nite
21+, FREE







Thursday, October 10, 2013

GOTT Radio, Oct. 10th, 2013

Tune-in online at [tunein.com/radio/Ozcat-Radio-895-s130679]

Featured artist...
The Pallet Jacks!
[link], with the debut of
"(I Wanna Be Your) American Idol"
Steve tha Drummer, Mike Leon and Kayla! all join us for an impromptu chi chat about the lives of the Pallet Jacks.


Tribal News
Koham Press - Independent Bookstore/Reading Room/Small Press [link]
Koham Press is a small independent bookstore and small press scheduled to open Jan. 2014 in the heart of downtown Vallejo, Ca.
Koham Press is a family-owned business located in Vallejo, Ca.  We want to invest our time and energy into keeping it local. Our vision is to create a comfortable, quiet space to enjoy a good read and a welcoming social environment for sharing in creativity.  Currently, there are no bookstores in Vallejo, a void Koham Press intends to fill.
Koham Press will offer a wide variety of new and used books.  Most of our new books will come from PM Press, Black Sparrow Books and other local small presses.  Recycling is important to us and we will be accepting used books on a credit system.
We will host regular readings, signings, and live music events with a focus on local authors and artists.  And, in keeping with the local theme, Koham Press hopes to offer coffee from a local roaster, pastries from a local baker, and chocolates from our local chocolatier.
We want Koham Press to be a place where you can feel at home, so the funds raised from this Kickstarter will go towards creating an interior atmosphere akin to an home library, with floor to ceiling birch shelves, comfy chairs, and fine reading material.  



Liberated Zones, a culture calender for Thoughtful & Psychedelic events from around the San Pablo bay area and beyond. Click here [link] for more info about Liberated Zones!

Gathering of the Tribes - Pow Wow for Oct. 18th, 2013
A Liberated Zone
at St. Vinnies Culture Club [930 Marin st.] in the heart of Vallejo's Art District!
Free, All Ages! Like us on Facebook! [link]
Featuring... Elaine Brown and her poetic stylings of Power!
An inDIYpendent culture event!


FUNICULAIRE RECORDINGS PRESENTS:
COMFORT SLACKS' 'Biscuit On My Six'
music video premiere and live music extravaganza.


Saturday, October 12, 2013
Slack Collective Art Studios and Gallery 964 Pearl St., Suite B, Napa, California 94559
Doors open at 7:30pm - music starts at 8:00pm
The bands:
8pm - Magnanimous (Napa)
8:45 - Giggle Party (SF) [www.wearegiggleparty.com]
9:30 - Comfort Slacks (Napa) [www.comfortslacks.com]
Tickets $10/ $8 in advance Advanced tickets available in "The Breakroom" @ The Slack Collective or by contacting Funiculaire Recordings @ PR@FunRecordings.com All ages BBQ and beverages for sale

2013-10-12 Film Production Potluck (an MMTB Director’s Challenge)
Saturday, 12 to 8pm at the JONES RANCH in FAIRFIELD [4534 Suisun Valley Rd]
More info about this event at [link], and more events at [moviemakingbay.com/events].
Contact [info@moviemakingbay.com]
Come Make Short Films with us! JUST SHOW UP, WE WILL GUIDE YOU THROUGH IT!!!
Potluck-Bring a Food item for a discount and Enjoy the BUFFET.
$10 to get in with food- $20 no food or no registration
FILMS MADE ON THIS EVENT WILL BE DUE IN JAN 2014
REGISTER Once for entry to all future events.
IMDB CREDIT for all MMTB Made Films and Participants!!!
WE WANT YOU!!!
- WRITERS… We make short films on the spot at our events and write the story on the spot! Show what you got and how your ideas flow, meet new filmmakers, get known…. Come write some shorts with us!
- ACTORS… We make short films on the spot at our events and NO AUDITION NECESSARY! Stories are written on the spot based on your character. - just $10 and food item to get in.
- DIRECTORS… We make short films on the spot at our events. You can either be assigned a DP and team, Bring your own, OR Shoot Yourself and get in FREE
- PA's and ALL OTHER CREW… We make short films on the spot at our events come get on a team or, help during setup and closing up and you can get on an average of 3-9 short films that day for credit.
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Both the 5th Short Indies Film Fest screening, Sept. 22nd, Sunday, 5pm and 6th Short Indies Film Fest Oct. 21st, Sunday, 5pm, are at the Old George Lucas Theatre @ 32TEN Studios in San Rafael CA [32ten.com]. More info about the event here [link].
COME be in a Short Film, Shoot a Short Film, or Write a Short Film with us every 2nd Saturday until Oct 2013!


THIS SATURDAY: FREE
Food N' Justice Workshop: Decolonize Your Diet! Fermented Food Celebration for Indigenous People's Day.
Join Phat Beets for our FREE Food N' Justice Series Workshop on Mayan-Aztec Vinegar Fermenting: "Cosecha y Comida / Harvest and Eat"
2013-10-12 @ 11 am - 1:00 pm
Location: North Oakland Farmers' Market [942 Stanford Ave. @ Lowell, Oakland, CA 94608]
Events @ Phat Beets Produce [phatbeetsproduce.org/events/]: Food Justice * Farmers Markets' * Gardens
Come check out the Food N' Justice Workshop series.
Always free at the Saturday North Oakland Farmers' Market.

As much of the country prepares to celebrate Columbus Day as 'discovery' and commemorate conquest as 'progress', please join Phat Beets Produce and the North Oakland Farmers' Market in creating an alternative space to honor over 500 years of culinary resistance led by the world's indigenous peoples.
Who: Phat Beets Produce and The North Oakland Farmers' Markets
What: Decolonize Your Diet! An Indigenous People's Day Fermented Food Celebration
When: Saturday, Oct 12th (Alternative to Columbus Day Weekend). 11-3pm
Where: North Oakland Farmers' Market @ 942 Stanford St @ Lowell St
11:15-12:30pm- Nepalese Fermentation- Gundruk
12:45- 1:45pm- Maya- Aztec Fermentation- Vinegar
1:45- 3pm- Ethiopian Fermentation- Injera Bread
 RSVP @ [http://tiny.cc/0mici]





October 25th to 27th , TJ Walkup presents... 
"Mocktoberfest"
(Vallejo)
A Curated Punk & Edge Arts Event, to benefit youth music programs partnered with the Mira Theater Guild 501c3 non-profit in Vallejo! with Multiple Stages, and a DIY 'zine library & exchange (Make and Bring your 'zines)!
* October 25th to 27th at the Mira Theatre Guild's Bay Terrace Theatre [www.miratheatreguild.org] [51 Daniels Ave. Vallejo]
* October 26th at the Empress Theatre [www.empresstheatre.org] [330 Virginia St., Vallejo]
[punkmock@gmail.com]
Music & Zines! Join the Zombie Costume contest and win a prize! Or, come as You Are!
All Ages (no alcohol / drugs / violence) and Inclusive (no sexism / racism)
You Are Your Own Authority!
Featuring performances by:
* Death Valley High
* N/A (of Oakland)





Tuesday, October 1, 2013

GOTT Radio, Oct. 3rd, 2013

Tune-in online at [tunein.com/radio/Ozcat-Radio-895-s130679]

Featured visual artist
Haley Mosher, an inDIYpendently cultured Plank Artist

I've dabbled in painting for a few years now, but it was only maybe five months ago I started really working with it. The only place I've sold so far is Moschetti's Coffee Shop, where I've been fairly successful I'd say. I use alot of color in all my pieces, my favorite thing is working with bright colors. Most of my paintings are nature-related, varying from vegetables to flowers, to scenes with trees and birds. Although I also have a few abstracts.





Tribal News
New Economy Week: Seven Days of Action for a more Sustainable World [link], October 12 - 18, 2013!
Communities for Resilience - Map Your Future Project [link]
Also, check out "Policies for Shareable Cities", a guide for urban leaders on how to integrate sharing into city policy. Download your free copy. [shareable.net/download-your-copy-of-policies-for-shareable-cities]
"The Sharing Economy Just Got Real", 2013-09-16 by Janelle Orsi [link]


THIS SATURDAY: FREE
Food N' Justice Workshop: Ferment Change!
Join Phat Beets for our FREE Food N' Justice Series Workshop on Mayan-Aztec Vinegar Fermenting: "Cosecha y Comida / Harvest and Eat"
2013-10-05 @ 11 am - 1:00 pm
Location: North Oakland Farmers' Market [942 Stanford Ave. @ Lowell, Oakland, CA 94608]
Events @ Phat Beets Produce [phatbeetsproduce.org/events/]: Food Justice * Farmers Markets' * Gardens
Come check out the Food N' Justice Workshop series.
Always free at the Saturday North Oakland Farmers' Market.
"Mayan-Aztec Fermenting: Cosecha y Comida / Harvest and Eat" description by instructor Francisco Jimenez: Ancient Latin American culture has been fermenting food and drink for  thousands of years. Vinegars were made from tropical fruit using natural  fermenting agents from sugar and ginger. And, Chicha, a spirit drink made  from fermented corn was used by the ancient Mayan-Aztec during spiritual  celebrations. Francisco Jimenez from Costa Rica leads this two-part  workshop that teaches people how to ferment the Mayan-Aztec way by making  vinegars from bananas, plantain and pineapple (Part I) and harvesting 6  weeks later and using it as food, condiments or for healing (Part II).  Francisco Jimenez has been activist in the grassroots healthy and organic  food movement for over 10 years. He also works for immigrant rights, the  homeless population and teaches Spanish in the San Francisco Bay Area.


Come see the newest Lost Church Theatrical Production!

TIMES AREN’T LIKE THEY USED TO BE...  HELL IS FULL. IF YOU WANNA SIGN A CONTRACT WITH THE DEVIL THESE DAYS, YOU GOTTA AUDITION!!
Imagine the “Twilight Zone” and “Monty Python’s Flying Circus” had a love child and raised it on Rock n’ Roll!
Written/Directed by Brett Cline.
Starring: Erin Brazill, Kim Kenny, Erma Kyriakos, Jamie Milliken, Johnny Tripod & Demon Dan Clegg!!
Music by: Elizabeth Cline, Brett Cline and Joe Willcockson
DIFFERENT OPENING ACTS EACH NIGHT!!
Show dates:  October 12, 19, 24, 25, 26  & November  2
Tickets $15. + (service charge $1)    Doors 7:30 PM/Show 8:00 PM
“The Listening Room” wednesdays-saturdays, Featuring  Blues, Folk, Rock, Jazz, Punk & Americana in a unique  & intimate space. tickets are $10 - presale recommended. shows start at 8pm/ doors at 7:30
tickets here- www.thelostchurch.com
THE LOST CHURCH [65 CAPP STREET SF CA 94103] [lostchurchjanitor@gmail.com]


October 25th to 27th , TJ Walkup presents... 
"Mocktoberfest"
(Vallejo)
A Curated Punk & Edge Arts Event, to benefit youth music programs partnered with the Mira Theater Guild 501c3 non-profit in Vallejo! with Multiple Stages, and a DIY 'zine library & exchange (Make and Bring your 'zines)!
* October 25th to 27th at the Mira Theatre Guild's Bay Terrace Theatre [www.miratheatreguild.org] [51 Daniels Ave. Vallejo]
* October 26th at the Empress Theatre [www.empresstheatre.org] [330 Virginia St., Vallejo]
[punkmock@gmail.com]
Music & Zines! Join the Zombie Costume contest and win a prize! Or, come as You Are!
All Ages (no alcohol / drugs / violence) and Inclusive (no sexism / racism)
You Are Your Own Authority!
Featuring performances by:
* Death Valley High
* N/A (of Oakland)