WIERD Presents Micki Pellerano's 'Eleusinian Mysteries' Tonite!

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

This week WIERD proudly welcomes the ever-expansive, internally cosmological world of the amazing Micki Pellerano for an epic live performance of his long-awaited new work of frozen hot musical theatre entitled 'The Eleusinian Mysteries' at Midnight! Combining the ethos of the DIY-spirited baroque films and performances from the likes of Jack Smith, Kenneth Anger, and Derek Jarman with the hedonistic musical accompaniment of seminal ritualistic industrial pioneers such as Crash Worship, Test Department, and Sigilum S, The WIERD recently discovered Micki's work through his most recent exhibition of drawings(one of which is depicted on the flier attached here) and short films 'By Sapphire and Sword' in Brooklyn a few months ago, and Micki kindly scripted this new work specifically for the Very Rare World of the WIERD which will undoubtedly be something unlike anything we have ever had the pleasure of presenting.


WIERD Records and Blacklist feature in the Vilage Voice by Jonathan Garrett:
Jezebel dot com Music Review by Gordon Sharp:
Big Takeover review by Kristen Sollee:
Limewire Music blog review by Frank Deserto:

Oh and finally I meant to pass this on a few weeks ago - perhaps as an antidote to the absolute sadness of things as evidenced by the likes of this apocalyptic document of da not-so-Very-Rayah musical present:
...the WIERD would like to say theres hope...that IT can still be all live...and ever ALIVE and unedited, recorded just a few months ago by the 15 yr old spirits...have faith - and just wait til they start writin their own trax! Needless to say technique and musical craft at this level don't come wit da download yo :) notice the drum programming is one massive uncut track!:

Wednesday, June 4th 10pm-4am
(Very Rare Live Performance of Micki Pellerano's 'Eleusinian Mysteries' at Midnight!)
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