Wednesday, January 26, 2005

Burn to Shine is alive!

Burn to Shine went live today...if you haven't heard of this yet, basically it's a series of DVDs in which a bunch of bands get together and each play 1 song in the living room of a house. The wacky part is, when it's all over, they demolish or burn down the house. Each release has a different "curator" that is into the local music scene and picks the bands that'll be on the DVD. The first one is out (from their website):

Burn to Shine is a film series produced by Fugazi's Brendan Canty and directed by film maker Christoph Green. This is the first installment in the series and is titled Burn to Shine: Washington DC 01.14.04. It features live performances by Bob Mould, Ted Leo, Ian Mackaye's new band The Evens, Weird War (ex-Make Up), Q and Not U (Dischord records), Canty's band Garland of Hours, Medications (ex-Faraquet), and French Toast (featuring James Canty of Make Up, and Jerry Busher of Fugazi).

Each DVD is a whopping $12 so run over and buy one!


The second release is looking equally exciting with performances by Tortoise, Freakwater, the Ponys and more.


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