Thursday, January 21, 2010

Casino Carnivàle

The Carnivale is back in town for one night only at the South Lake Union Underground Speakeasy. Join us for a fun-filled night of games, music, dancing, burlesque and more!

If you attended this glamerous extravaganza last year you know the drill. If not.... picture it.... it is the year 2030 and you are dressed to the nines for the casino on Luminous Flux! Stop by the Space Virgin bar to wet your shiney lips with an interstellar cosmic cocktail. Then will you make your way to the zero-gravity dancefloor where disco babes from outer space are getting down? Or will you jetpack up to the radioactive casino to try your luck? Everyone's a winner here, and if you play your cards right you just might leave the Carnivale with a fabulous prize!

DJ's Levi Clark and Recess from Shameless with guest DJ Jen Woolfe from San Fransisco!

Cabaret Entertainment brought to you by Déviant Productions: Shows by;
EmpeROUR Fabulous!!!, Jacqueline Hyde & Luna Nocturna

MC: Diva Le Déviant

Saturday, January 30, 2010

611 Pontius Ave N, Seattle, WA

21+, 8pm - late, doors locked at two

$10 if you are dressed to kill.

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

MBViS Promo Video

Friday, February 12th at Chop Suey
The Birthday Party where Valentine's Day meets Halloween

Have we really been at this for 7 years?! Hard to believe that an extra-curricular activity started back in 2003 has become a fully functioned production/promotion/performance collective with an eye for emerging electronic music and arts. This year's celebration features DRUMCELL (LA), J.PHLIP (SF), 214 (SEA) and sets by all of the Shameless residents, RECESS (SEA), MENAMI (SEA), JEN WOOLFE (SF), ROBB GREEN (SF), LEVI CLARK (SEA), ADLIB (SEA) and Shameless' own MC ANTON BOMB (SEA). Heart-shaped pinata smashing at midnight, dress to express!

In the spirit of Shameless' mantra (that is, "keeping it weird"), Joe B and Miles bring it beautifully over the top with this promo video.

Sunday, January 10, 2010

Carry over from 2009

It's been over a month and I still listen to this track over and over again. L-Vis 1990 is the one to watch in 2010.

The breakdown at the 4 minute point just kills me each time. Do I laugh, dance or both?