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Arts & Entertainment Old Gold and Black Thursday, November 7, 2002 B7 Abercrombie and Wake By Michael Wright Calendar To have your event listed, send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, fax to (336) 758- 4651, or write to P.O. Box 7569. ON CAMPUS form as the latest installment of Student Union’s weekly Jive ‘n Java. Joey Picard. When: 7:30 p.m. Nov. 14-16 When: 7 p.m. Nov. 12 Where: Ring Theatre, Scales Fine Arts Where: Shorty’s, Benson University Center Exhibits Center Info: Adults $5, students $3 at the door. Info: Free. Ext. 5295. Corapeake. The gallery presents university graduate Kendall Messick’s Collegium Musicum Concert. Stewart multimedia exhibit centered on the his- Carter and Professor of Music Brian Lectures tory of Corapeake, N.C. Gorelick will direct. When: Through Nov. 13 When: 8 p.m. Nov. 13 Dante’s Hell. Charles Ross, a profes- Where: Charlotte and Phillip Hanes Art Where: Brendle Recital Hall, Scales sor from Purdue University, will discuss Gallery Fine Arts Center “Statius in Dante’s Hell and the Magnifi- Info: Free. Ext. 5585. Info: Free. cent Seven Samurai Against Thebes.” When: 4:30 p.m. Nov. 12 Watercolors. Fifty Watercolors by North Where: DeTamble Auditorium, Tribble Carolina native and renowned poet A.R. Film Hall Ammons, ’49, will be displayed. Info: Free. When: Through Nov. 13. Road to Perdition. The recent block- Where: Charlotte and Phillip Hanes Art buster starring Tom Hanks will be Gallery Info: Free. Ext. 5585. presented. When: 7 p.m. Nov. 8-10, 10 p.m. Nov. ELSEWHERE 9-10, 3 p.m. Nov. 10 Where: Pugh Auditorium Concerts Music Info: $2, Deacon dollars accepted. Cat’s Cradle. Nov. 7: Gran Torino/ Fall Choral Concert. The Concert Choir Earth. The 1998 film will be screened as Ingram Hill/Averi. Nov. 8: Thomas Map- and the Collegium Vocal Ensemble will part of the History and Film Series. fumo and the Blacks Unlimited Orches- perform “The Three Choral B’s: Bach, When: 7 p.m. Nov. 19 tra. Nov. 9: Junior Brown/Old Crow Brahms and Britten.” Brian Gorelick, Where: Tribble Hall, B117 Medicine Show. Nov. 10: The Slip. Nov. Yeah Yeah Yeahs break the a professor of music, will conduct the Info: Free. Ext. 4396. 11: Rhett Miller and the Instigators/The choirs and senior Matthew Webb will Damnwells. conduct a special 20-voice mixed Where: 300 E. Main St. Carrboro ensemble. Theater Info: Call (919) 967-9053. When: 8 p.m. tonight Where: Brendle Recital Hall, Scales The Cherry Orchard. Anton Chekhov’s Ziggy’s. Nov. 8: Leftover Salmon/ mold of ‘Garage Rock craze’ Fine Arts Center classic drama will be directed by Pro- Barefoot Manor. Nov. 9: Cowboy Info: Free. Ext. 5364. fessor of Theatre John E. R. Frieden- Mouth/Cinema 8. Nov. 11: Galactic/ berg. Mofro. Flute Fest 2002. Kathryn Levy will When: 7:30 p.m. through Nov. 9, 2 p.m. Where: 433 Baity St. direct university flute students, the flute Nov. 10 Info: Call 748-1064. choir and the Silver Wind Flute Choir of Where: MainStage, Scales Fine Arts Winston-Salem. Center Alan Jackson. The country superstar By Andrew Bryant officially released amid two EP’s, the self-titled EP When: 3 p.m. Nov. 10 Info: Adults $12, Students $5. Ext. will perform from his new holiday album Old Gold and Black Reviewer and Machine, the band is proving themselves the Where: Brendle Recital Hall, Scales 5295. “Let it Be Christmas.” match of any spoiled-brat Strokes in the world. Fine Arts Center When: 8 p.m. Nov. 8 If the United States of America were a high Equipped with a stripped down production, due Info: Free. Wisdom Teeth. Senior Alan English will Where: Greensboro Coliseum school campus, New York City would be the more to money constraints than aesthete, that is direct the Anthony Aston Players’ per- Info: Tickets available through Ticket- equivalent of the “cool guy” who rides his reminiscent of the early Factory Records days Drew Ritting’s Band. The band will per- formance of the play written by junior master. Vespa to school and of A Certain Ratio or works part-time at the Rough Trade-era The local independently- Fall, the YYYs embody owned record shop. the resurgence of punk NYC is the kid mentality with a do-it- who wears only the yourself mentality and hippest clothes and a “hey, I could do that” always makes intel- sound. ligent observations The YYYs’ EP plays regarding post- like a mission statement modern art and its of a group that needs, debt to Basquiat and and has finally found, Warhol’s Factory. a voice. Regarding the NYC listens to Lou track “Our Time,” it Reed, Count Basie has already been stated and Keiji Haino by numerous reviewers within the span of that if you are under an hour on a mix the age of 25 and have CD he made for a not heard the song, you Photo courtesy of www.rollingstone.com friend. NYC is in are missing out on the deep discussion with The Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ latest EP, Machine, shows anthem of your genera- your girlfriend right promise for the full-length release. tion. now regarding the As much as it pains me influence of Hegel on William Faulkner’s As I to side with this SPIN mentality, I am forced to agree. Lay Dying, and how that relates to her getting In fact, it pains my elitist soul to admit it, but these naked. are all great songs despite corporate endorsement. NYC is much cooler than you (or anyone else) The band might ally themselves with beer com- can ever hope to be. mercials and tobacco ads, but that doesn’t matter So why does the bastion of cool feel the need to when I can’t even take a whiz without whistling the constantly reassert its territory, specifically in the 1950s-inspired “doo-doo” chorus of “Art Star.” realm of modern music (e.g., rock & roll)? It can Also, coupled with these hook-laden tracks is my only be explained by the alpha-male mentality constant inability to correctly interpret song lyrics, of domination maintenance. thus reducing the rather naughty chorus from the Not content with giving birth to numerous track “Bang Bang Bang,” which includes “as a fart modern composers, jazz, punk, No Wave, post- song, you suck.” punk and hip-hop, New York struggles constantly Fundamental auditory deficiencies aside, the most to remain a fertile breeding ground for “new” recent release by the band, the aforementioned music. Machine EP, maintains the debut effort without Classifieds I say “new” and not simply new because the most becoming the least bit stale. The three-song collec- recent installment of trend within pop-culture, the tion offers a spoken word by singer Karen O within Garage Rock craze, is a far cry from being truly the first track, “Machine,” and a remix of the popular innovative or original. 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