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Always Almost/Dark Aether Project in Baltimore 5/14/98

On Thursday, May 14th Always Almost and The Dark Aether Project will
perform at E.J. Bugs at 702 South Broadway Street in Baltimore, MD. Start
time is 9PM. Admission is free.

Always Almost features Brett Kull, Ray Weston and Paul Ramsey who have
previously performed together in the bands Echolyn and Still in addition
to collaborations with others such as Mercury Records recording artists,
Grey Eye Glances. Always Almost's recent release "God Pounds His Nails" on
Pleasant Green Records features mature songwriting with a soulful edge
which at times exhibits nods to The Beatles, The Who and Gentle Giant. 
See http://rocket.to/alwaysalmost/ for more information about Always

The Dark Aether Project features Adam Levin (Chapman Stick, Loops,
Guitar), Yaman Aksu (Fretted and Fretless Guitars, Guitar Synthesizer),
Brian Griffin (Percussion) and special guest Jason Wilson (Vocals). 
Progression magazine says "...jazz-inflected, often minimalistic
progressive...foreboding soundscape[s]...classy...offers mature
musicianship without pretentiousness." William Bajzek writes in Tap
Reviews: "This is a great one for fans of Trey Gunn, Philharmonie, or the
Stick in general... The band has great chemistry and cool ideas that are
executed well." See http://www.ari.net/prog/bands/dap/ for more
information about The Dark Aether Project. 

Each band will have their recent CD releases available for sale at the

Directions to E.J. Bugs:

Take 95 to 395 and follow signs for Downtown.
Turn right on Conway 
Turn left on Light
Turn right on Pratt
Turn right on President
Turn left on Fleet
Turn right on Broadway
The club is at 702 Broadway just past Aliceanna St.


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