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Deaf Electric: The Second Sunday
Hosted by Dielectric Records

January 11, 2004
Doors @ 6:30 PM
Show @ 7:00 PM
$6-15 Sliding Scale Donation

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The Jazz House is located at 3192 Adeline Street in Berkeley, a half block southwest of the Ashby BART.  (Please note there is an incorrect Adeline Street in Oakland.)

The Jazz House is a small, non-descript warehouse located next to the police station where Martin Luther King and Adeline Street meet.  A blue light and a peculiar "Ant" sign reside above the entrance.


An evening of cutting edge experimental and electronic music. Specializing in uncovering acts that push musical boundaries to the extreme. Come visit our comfortable location and try the free homemade cookies!
The inaugural event of 2004 features the world premier of the
Dielectric Drone All-Stars! This is the "Drone" CD release party. Opening act is C/C, a live processed violin duo featuring Jefre Cantu-Ledesma (Tarentel) and Tony Cross (Pluto Gang).

As always, showtime is 7pm sharp, so get there early... or better yet, come at 6pm and meet January's Artist of the Month, Jim Pruscia at our once-a-month art opening.  View samples of art from Jim's collection on display at The Jazz House here.

View images from past Deaf Electric events:

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Visit dielectric records' website for sound samples and videos..