May 05, 2006

Another David J Reissue

This time, it's the V for Vendetta EP being released on CD. Rumored release date: June 13, 2006.

No word on tracklist yet. The original release had this tracklist:

V For Vendetta EP
12-inch vinyl
Glass Records Ltd.
glass 12032
UK
Release Date: 1984

This Vicious Cabaret / A VTV Broadcast / V's Theme / Incidental

However, there's a V's Theme (Outro) on the pre-2006 On Glass CDs, so I'm not positive this "original" tracklist is correct.

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April 04, 2006

David J Reissues

The official date for the two David J re-releases is April 25th.

The cds will differ from earlier incarnations. They are both remastered, feature previously unreleased tracks, and the liner notes are written by David J and Pat Fish, aka the Jazz Butcher. On Glass has a similar but modified cover from the original record (which was also completely different from the Cleopatra release) as well.

According to davidjonline, you can pre-order from Runt Distribution (although you'll notice that they have incorrectly listed Croc Tears as "Doctor Crocodile And The Velvet Cosh.") The cds are released on the Plain Recordings label.

Here are the new track lists:

Crocodile Tears And The Velvet Cosh
CD
Plain Records
PLAIN121
Release date: 04.24.2006

Crocodile Tears And The Velvet Cosh
Too Clever By Half
The First Incision
Imitation Pearls
Light And Shade
Rene
Stop This City
Justine
Ballad Of Cain
Vandal And The Saint
Boats
Slip The Rope
Greener

Additional tracks
A Day In The Life Of The One That Got Away
Small Death Of A Broken Doll
Frosted Glass
Heaven Knows Hell Can Wait
Penelope's Web

On Glass
CD
Plain Records
PLAIN122
Release date: 04.24.2006

I Can't Shake This Shadow Of Fear
The Promised Land
Saint Jackie
A Seducer, A Doctor, A Card You Cannot Trust
Crocodile Tears And The Velvet Cosh (Revisited)
Ship Of Fools
Night Of The Silver Veil
4 Hours
The Conjurer's Hand
This Vicious Cabaret
Fear Is A Man's Best Friend
War Game
The Party's Over
Man Of The World

War Game and Man of the World are previously unreleased in CD format.


For the curious, here are the previous versions of these albums with their track lists.

Crocodile Tears and the Velvet Cosh
LP
Glass Records Ltd.
GLALP 010
Made in France
Release Date: 1985

A. Crocodile Tears and the Velvet Cosh / Too Clever By Half / The First Incision / Imitation Pearls / Light and Shade / Rene
B. Stop This City / Justine / The Ballad of Cain / The Vandal and the Saint / Boats / Slip the Rope / Greener

notes: etched into the vinyl on both sides: A P??? Prime Cut; on just the b side: "BLOOD UNDER THE BRIDGE"

Crocodile Tears and the Velvet Cosh
CD
Glass Records Ltd.
GLACD 010
Made in France
Release Date: 1985

Crocodile Tears and the Velvet Cosh / Too Clever By Half / The First Incision / Imitation Pearls / Light and Shade / Rene / Stop This City / Justine / The Ballad of Cain / The Vandal and the Saint / Boats / Slip the Rope / Greener

On Glass
LP
Glass Records Ltd.
GLALP 017
Release date: 1986

A. The Promised Land / I Can't Shake This Shadow Of Fear / This Vicious Cabaret / A Seducer, A Doctor, A Card You Cannot Trust
B. 4 Hours / Night Of The Silver Veil / The Conjurers Hand / Saint Jackie / Crocodile Tears And The Velvet Cosh Revisited / The Party's Over

On Glass (taken from davidjonline)
CD
Glass Records Ltd.
GLACD 017
Release date: 1986

The Promised Land
I Can't Shake This Shadow Of Fear
Saint Jackie
A Seducer, A Doctor, A Card You Cannot Trust
Crocodile Tears And The Velvet Cosh (Revisited)
Ship Of Fools
Night Of The Silver Veil
Four Hours
The Conjurers Hand
This Vicious Cabaret
V's Theme
Incidental
V's Theme (Outro)
The Party's Over

On Glass
CD
Cleopatra Records
CLP 0210-2
Release date: 1998

The Promised Land / I Can't Shake This Shadow Of Fear / Saint Jackie / A Seducer, A Doctor* / Crocodile Tears And The Velvet Cosh (Revisited) / Ship Of Fools / Night Of The Silver Veil / 4 Hours / The Conjures' Hand** / This Vicious Cabaret / Incidental / V's Theme (Outro) / The Party's Over / Crocodile Tears And The Velvet Cosh / Fear is a Man's Best Friend

* presumably "A Card You Cannot Trust" was supposed to follow but it was left out. Not surprising when it came to Cleopatra "typos are our friends" Records. You should see the Passion of Covers Bauhaus Tribute cd they put out around the same time.
** another Cleopatra typo

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January 26, 2006

A Natural History of David J

David J and nod have composed a song entitled Stars and Eyes for the Los Angeles Natural History Museum's Sonic Scenery exhibit.

You can find the tracks for all of the works on iTunes. Search for Sonic Scenery.

In two days, less than 48 hours, Bauhaus start their European tour. All of you going, HAVE FUN!

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November 07, 2005

David J random Web bits

Earpollution interview

From Unnameable Theatre:

David J began his illustrious career as a founding member of Bauhaus, one of the most influential British bands of the 1980’s. They appeared in the movie ‘The Hunger’ alongside and at the suggestion of David Bowie. Following their termination in ‘83, David J joined up with The Jazz Butcher for a brief stint, producing and playing in the group. Then came Love and Rockets. Another highly successful outfit, scoring a gold record with their first release, ‘Ball Of Confusion’. With each successive album outselling the previous one, the band achieved their biggest hit to date, with the single, ‘So Alive’, which reached the number two position in the US charts in 1989. The band then embarked on a distinctly more experimental electronic style, eliciting great critical acclaim for their three albums released during the 1990’s. Love and Rockets played their last shows at the Roxy Theater in LA in 1998.

This was also the year of the ‘Bauhaus Resurrection’, the original band reforming for a sell out world tour in which they broke many house records, including The Palladium in LA, this event selling out two nights in fifteen minutes! A DVD was released featuring their two triumphant nights at New York’s Hammerstein Ballroom.

Throughout David J’s tenure with these bands, he produced several solo albums which have garnered much praise, such as Matt Hoffman’s description of him as “One of the great songwriters of recent times.” His latest solo work, ‘Estranged’ was released in September of 2003 to great critical acclaim.

David J has also collaborated with various other artists, such as celebrated graphic novelist, Alan Moore ( ‘From Hell’, ‘The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen’ ), renowned author, Hubert Selby Jnr. ( ‘Requiem For A Dream’, ‘Last Exit To Brooklyn’ ), producer, musician, label owner, T Bone Burnett ( ‘Down From The Mountain’ ), MC5 founder, guitarist, vocalist, Wayne Kramer, legendary producer, Hal Wilner, poet, painter, broadcaster, Rene Halkett, City Lights published poet, Jeremy Reed and Mexico’s innovative electronica pioneers, the Nortec Collective. He also co-wrote ‘Strays’, the title track of the new Jane’s Addiction album. ( Perry Farrell describes him as the “avant of the avant-garde.” )

He has also worked extensively as a DJ since 1995, including a residency at LA’s infamous ‘Viper Room’ and is currently resident at The Standard Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles.

David J’s creative involvement has always been broader than the purely musical, creating artwork for record covers, posters and merchandise, designing stage lighting and directing videos. He is currently involved in various movie projects, scoring and collaborating on sound design with John Neff ( David Lynch ) and Ego Plum ( The Ebola Music Orchestra. ). In this field he is represented by the administrative company, Bug Music. He has his own publishing company, Urbane Music ( BMI ).

As a visual artist he has exhibited internationally. ‘The Glittering Darkness’, a book featuring his art work was published by Pie Books of Japan in 2003.

In early 2004, David’s first play, ‘Anarchy In The Gold Street Wimpy’ was staged by the acclaimed ‘Dad’s Garage’ Theater Company in Atlanta Georgia. He is currently working on his second play and composing original music for VOICES IN THE DARK: THREE PLAYS BY SAMUEL BECKETT.

Very nice press photos.

David's Coda Agency profile

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August 03, 2005

David J DJ dates

From davidjonline:

Wednesday, August 17

The Hiro Ballroom
@ The Maritime Hotel
363 West 16th st.,
New York, NY 10011

Thursday, September 15

(with Future World Funk)
The Knitting Factory
7021 Hollywood Blvd.,
Los Angeles, Ca 90028

and yes, I'm sorry, I need to change some things around and add the links pages back in. Erm. I lost those somewhere. Look for them in September.

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April 24, 2005

David J Message Board & Bauhaus Show announced!

Apparantly, David J Online has a new message board. Not much going on there yet as no one seems to know it exists, I guess.

In addition to telling you that, we here at loungebunny.net would like to wish David a Happy Birthday.

Now, in Bauhaus news, there is going to be a pre-Coachella show on the 28th (that's 4 days from today!) at the Glass House in Pomona, CA. Tickets are $25 and as of right now, they're still available. Ticketmaster.

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January 31, 2005

Coachella 2005

Bauhaus reunion show. Plus so many other great bands!

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January 03, 2005

L.A. Remixed

Thanks to sharp-eyed Jose, we have this tidbit:

FRIDAY, JAN 7, 2005 at 7:30 PM

L.A. Remixed takes the concept of the remix to a new level with a video remix of the exhibition L.A: light / motion / dreams accompanied by DJs and live music.

David J - David J is a founding member of Bauhaus and Love and Rockets, and a resident DJ at Downtown L.A.'s Standard Hotel. For this special night, he will be assisted by his seventeen year old son, Joe, in the creation of an ambient soundscape reflecting the theme of the wild interfacing with the urban.

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August 24, 2004

Slacker

I've been slacking, mostly 'cause I can't figure out this stupid archive problem here. Anyway, lots has been going on in David J's world but silly me, I missed it. He's even moving to Los Angeles (not that it's very far).

Doesn't he know that August is the worst month to do things?

Check his website, yo.

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June 01, 2004

More DJ Gigs

Starting June 4th, David will DJ with DJ Skot every Friday at 'Hardwire' @ Calibar.

Also, David did finally confirm that L&R may do a few live shows this year. And he might do some solo shows on the West Coast this year as well.

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May 11, 2004

Be la Revolución!

From davidjonline:

Propaganda presents ‘BE THE REVOLUTION’ at The Avalon, Hollywood on Thursday, May 27

A very special launch party for a new monthly club hosted by Shepard Fairey ( Obey / Studio Number One ), David J ( Love & Rockets / Bauhaus ) and Eddie Donaldson ( 'Guerilla One' media events company ). Each event will fly with a fresh theme. On this inaugural night, we shall be invoking the fall of the masters of war with a symbolic burning of the Bush administration. Within this simmering cauldron of revolution, three internationally acclaimed, LA based artists . . . Robbie Conal ( LA Weekly ‘Art Burn’ ) a brilliant draftsman, creator of arch satirical attacks, graphic street bulletins plastered on ad hoc billboards at midnight all over town, Mear-One, The ‘King of Krylon’ graffiti artist who has been ‘getting away with it’ for years as evidenced by his numerous apocalyptic urban chronicles on inner city walls from LA to the Bay and Shepard Fairey, the phenomenal phonomonist, guerilla art bomber supreme. Progenitor of the ‘Obey’ campaign . ( Andre the Giant certainly does have a posse and it’s out to get it’s man! )

All three will come together to create a triptych to express the zeitgeist. A potential art bomb to blast the real ‘axis of evil’ of Cheney, Ashcroft, Rumsfeld and Bush.

Shepard will also be turning in a DJ set along with David J. The decks shall then be employed as a weapon of mass instruction and peace by a big name mystery DJ.

Also in the house, cross cultural, polyglot agit-prop ambassadors, Ozomatli, from the Jurassic 5 camp, scratch master, Cut Chemist and ‘MoveOn’, the phenomenal online grassroots progressive political organization with additional heavy names to be added.

This will be a cross genre grand slam jam to burn down the walls of Babylon not to mention Hollywood and Vine.

More than a club, more than a party, more a revolution and a call to creative arms.

PEACE NOW!

Be there.

Be the revolution!

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September 22, 2003

David J in Sacramento Art Exhibit

David will be one of six San Diego artists exhibited at the Toyroom Gallery in Sacramento, CA from October 17 - 19.

There is a good biography and some images here.

Oh, and it looks like there will be a live DVD available soon? You can see a sample of it now - Who Killed Mr. Moonlight has been digitized for your pleasure over at David's site.

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September 11, 2003

Book of David's Art to be published

David has updated his site with lots of information on Estranged. You should go there and read up.

He also mentioned that a book featuring his art work will be published by Pie Books of Japan later this year. It will be called The Glittering Darkness. But of course.

How I want a copy! That would be so sublime.

More music I'm listening to that you might enjoy: Lemon Jelly, Takako Minekawa, The Vestrymen

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September 05, 2003

Pre-Order Estranged, Eyewear, and another DJ show

Pre-order Estranged at Heyday.com and you can receive a free David J cd as a bonus. You only need pay shipping for the free cd. (they're the last two choices at the bottom of the page in the Heyday store - I know, took me awhile to find them, too.)

Also, Judy of Urban Blur has a photograph of David up at kirkoriginals.com.

Oooh, chic geek eyewear! 8-)

Finally, David J will be doing an in store appearance at Amoeba Records, Hollywood on October 3 @ 7 pm. Heyday reported that this will be followed by a live show at the Parlour Club @ 11 pm, but neither the PC nor DJ's site mention it, so you might want to call the club.

Today's non-L&R musical recommendation: The White Stripes's Seven Nation Army. I love it!

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August 25, 2003

David J :: Estranged Release

In preparation for the release of Estranged (in September), David has been in the news and on the tongues of many. His name, that is.

Look for him in:

London Daily News
The San Diego Union Tribune
The NY Times (8/25)
The LA Times (8/24)

MTV apparantly made a David J update/announcement on MTV News (8/22). Anyone catch it?

The Estranged Tour will take place next Spring. Look for it!

Next live date: August 30 @ Red Circle, 420 E St., San Diego, CA

Today's musical non-L&R recommendation by bunny: Dawn Landes. Saw her @ Rock in Rockingham. Quite good.

Oh, and did anyone mention that So Alive made it's appearance in Brett Easton Ellis' Rules of Attraction movie? Yes indeedy. It's the background music to one character's masturbation/gay fantasy scene. He's a pillowbiter.

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May 22, 2003

More David J news

[From David's site]

Psy Bar DJ Gig
The promotor of The Psy Bar has decided to look for an alternative venue for
this event. Check David's site for information regarding the new location.

I am now resident DJ at a new Sunday night venue in San Diego. Psy Bar Lounge features Electro(clash), Downtempo, Trip Hop and more. It is situated at Club Pure, 8125 Balboa Ave. San Diego.

Admission: $5 All Night, Free B4 10PM With Flyer
Doors open 9PM - 2AM
21+ w/ID

Also, don't miss David's Song Shark notice. I might actually dig up an old beat-style poem I wrote and take advantage. It's tempting.

Finally, on April 28th, he put up a new Floats My Boat list. I'd link to those parts of the site that pertain, but, alas, Mr. J's site is all in Flash and thus unlinkable. You'll just have to poke around until you find the sections I'm talking about.

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URCK Festival news

Don't forget that May 30th is the URCK Festival featuring David J's Cabaret Oscuro. That link will take you to the main hop-frog site and if you click on the pink bunny, you'll get the latest news.

[But man, they should re-do all their graphics. They look like crap.]

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May 08, 2003

I got the blues

Sometimes, I'm walking with an attitude, striding down the street and the song Mickey Rourke Blues just pops -- THUD -- into my mind and I'm always amazed at how it fits so well with walking down the street, the right pace and all. And then I remember that I've got my mp3 player on and it's not just my personal brain soundtrack playing...

Hangin' out on Espinola way
It's better here, Fuck L.A.
Who needs an Oscar anyway?
He sports another bruise
Ray-Bans and Italian shoes...

Erm.

Here's a live review of David @ Valentine's.

Also, the Pat Fish interview is up at unminded.

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April 22, 2003

New David J Interview

Don't miss the interview with David J at Unminded the Experience magazine. I don't know how s/he found me, but I'm glad s/he did!

Next month: Pat Fish/The Jazz Butcher!

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April 18, 2003

Cabaret Oscuro (David J) performances

From David's site:

May 9 Santa Cruz, Cayuna Vault
May 11 San Fransisco, Red Devil Lounge
May 30 Los Angeles, CLUB U.R.C.K. (unified research for chemical karma) @ Club Fais Do Do. David J, Neither/Neither World, hop-frog, Sans Soma & many visual and performance artists
June 13 Salt Lake City, Dark Arts Festival . David will be headlining. Other bands will be Bella Morte, Claire Voyant, ThouShaltNot, Hungry Lucy, Faith Assembly, Deviant, & Soren.

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April 16, 2003

LIVE Love and Rockets cd and Sorted cd

Raychell posted this tidbit:

Love and Rockets has compiled their best live tracks from their 1987 and 1996 U.S. tours for So Alive. The cd will be released by Psychobaby Records worldwide on May 13, 2003. It is the band's first live release.

A limited quantity of this import is available on the daniel ash and the Love and Rockets websites for $15.00. Pre-order yours today and you'll receive it on May 13, 2003, and your credit card will not be charged until the CD is shipped$15.00 but you can pre-order now at a special price.

Track List

  1. Ball of Confussion
  2. Judgement Day
  3. Natacha
  4. Rock On
  5. Fever
  6. So Alive
  7. Use Me
  8. Sweet F.A.
  9. No New Tale to Tell
  10. Spiked
  11. The Light
  12. Sweet Lover Hangover
  13. Mirror People
  14. The Bubblemen Introduced
  15. 7th Dream of Teenage Heaven
  16. Love Me
  17. It Could Be Sunshine

Amazon link (more expensive)

Meanwhile, Beggar's Banquet is still looking for the lost photographer for the Sorted cd:

LOVE AND ROCKETS - Lost Photographer
'Sorted!' The long awaited best of Love and Rockets is slated for release next year on Beggars Banquet. We would like to include three great live shots of the band but are unable to identify the photographer.

The photographs were taken at The Outdoor Theatre in San Diego on July 19, 1989. We request that the mystery shooter step forward to claim credit and prize. Please contact us through this site using no_spam_webeditor@beggars.com (please remove 'no_spam' before sending the email)

(check the news page, reissue section)

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January 15, 2003

David's Favorites of 2002

Don't forget to check out David's list of 2002 favorties while you're reading his Big Wood I mean Joe Strummer tribute...

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David J Writes Tribute To Joe Strummer

David J has written a wonderful tribute to Joe Strummer which is posted on his web-site.

David J

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December 18, 2002

Correction

Contrary to what we reported earlier, there will be no compilation sent with the purchase of David's Mess Up EP from Heyday Records. Also, David had a few corrections to the email that Heyday sent to our own rebekulah (read: we were given faulty information from the record company, honest!):

  • Mess Up does not feature Dave Navarro or Mark Kozelek.
  • The correct song title is Jeanna Fine, not Jenna Fine (you can hear the difference in the song).

    A big thank you to rebekulah for figuring out the confusing details (once I alerted her to the fact that I had received my EP but didn't get any compilation whatsoever). And they were confusing!

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    November 26, 2002

    Still waiting for the Mess Up EP...

    The EP was supposed to be available on November 21st but Heyday Records has yet to list it. Rumor has it that it will be available for purchase today!

    David J's Mess Up EP featuring the single Mess Up plus Goth Girls In Southern California, Good To Be Loved, Jenna Fine and Mexican Drug Store. Four of these songs will not appear on the Estranged CD. You can download Goth Girls In Southern California on their MP3 page.

    Mess Up features Dave Navarro (Janes Addition / Red Hot Chili Peppers) on guitar and Mark Kozelek (Red House Painters) on acoustic guitar and backing vocals.

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    November 20, 2002

    Auction up again, David J dates

    Some items that didn't sell the first go-'round are up again. Buy buy buy! ;)

    From bekka (hey, Bek, aren't you supposed to post this yourself?)

    Tue 01/07/03 San Francisco, CA @ DNA Lounge
    Wed 01/08/03 San Francisco, CA @ DNA Lounge

    And one late date, already passed

    Sat 11/16/02 West Hollywood, CA @ Key Club

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    October 30, 2002

    New David J Auction

    From David J Online:

    Auction in Support of Tour Support

    Following the success of the first auction to fund the recording of the forthcoming full lengh CD 'Estranged' (to be released in February 2003), a new auction will be held on eBay at 10 am on Friday, November 1 and will end at 10 am on Sunday, November 10. All funds will go towards the setting up of a nationwide tour to start in March 2003. There are vans to be hired, amps to be bought and fabulous costumes to be made! As before each winner will receive a letter of authenticity and all items shall be signed (and probably packed) by David J. Each winner will also gain free admitance to any concert on the tour and have the opportunity to meet David J, if they show up at the venue with their letter of authenticity.

    David sells under the ID djauction@nctimes.net.

    (This seems to be a preview)

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    Halloween Gig

    On Halloween, David will be DJ-ing at 4th and B Streets in San Diego.

    That's all the info David J Online has, unfortunately.

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    Mess Up EP

    From rebekulah:

    Coming to Heyday Records in November 2002, David J's Mess Up EP featuring the single Mess Up plus Goth Girls In Southern California, Good To Be Loved, Jenna Fine and Mexican Drug Store. Four of these songs will not appear on the Estranged CD. You can download Goth Girls In Southern California on their MP3 page.

    Mess Up features Dave Navarro (Janes Addition / Red Hot Chili Peppers) on guitar and Mark Kozelek (Red House Painters) on acoustic guitar and backing vocals.

    Note: The first 100 people to order Mess Up will also receive a compilation featuring David's The Trees In Silence Sing.

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    August 01, 2002

    New David J Dates (updated)

    JoseChunglb alerted us to these. They're listed on David's site:

    August 11 special guest of Siouxsie & the Banshees, The Palladium, Los Angeles

    August 13 special guest of Siouxsie & the Banshees, The Grove, Anaheim/Los Angeles [David J's site lists this as the 12th, but the Grove site has it as the 13th]

    August 14 with Nina Hagen, Canes, San Diego

    August 16 DJing with Mad Professor, Knitting Factory, Los Angeles

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    July 24, 2002

    David J Video Fun

    Run over to David's site and try the new shockwave video editor.

    Make a David J video!

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    July 23, 2002

    David J Surprise Appearance @ Peter Murphy Show

    And Judy was there to document it for Urban-Blur!

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    May 03, 2002

    David J Spring 2002 Dates

    • May 10 - DJ gig at The Beauty Bar, 1638 Cahuenga Blvd., Los Angeles. Admission is free. David will DJ from 10 pm to 2 am.
    • May 15 - Live band, Casbah in San Diego
    • May 21 - Live band, Cafe du Nord in San Francisco
    • May 25 - Live band, Spaceland in Los Angeles
    • May 29 - Live band, Detroit Bar in Costa Mesa (w/ DJ Soluz)
    • May 30 - Live band, Belly Up in Solana Beach

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    May 01, 2002

    Guitarman CD is out now!

    Get it at Heyday.

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    February 06, 2002

    Goldfingers Residency Finished

    David finished his residency @ Goldfingers but you can read the set lists posted by David R here.

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    Urban-Blur Interview

    Judy & David R interviewed David J for Judy's mag, Urban Blur.

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    LA Weekly Interview

    Read the Jay Babcock LA Weekly interview with David about Alan Moore [you can find the link under tangets].

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    Guest Appearances

    David plays bass on the title track for Queen Of The Highway, Richard Morel's new album. He also adds a vocal sample on Dreaming of LA. Morel is best known for his work with Deep Dish.

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    The Trees In Silence Sing

    Watch David's video, The Trees in Silence Sing.

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    David's Top 10 of 2001

    David's Top 10 of 2001.

    2001 Top 10 List
    David J (solo artist)

    * Spiritualised - "Let it come down"
    * Sparklehorse - "It's a wonderful life"
    * Ryan Adams - "Gold"
    * The Nortec Collective - "The Tijuana sessions vol 1"
    * Bjork - "Vespertine"
    * Richie Hortin - "Closer to the edit"
    * Goldfrapp - "Felt Mountain"
    * Hope Sandoval - "Bavarian fruit bread"
    * Nick Lowe - "The convincer"
    * Leonard Cohen - "Ten new songs"

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    December 01, 2001

    David 2000 - 2001

    • Flyers from the 12.01.01 @ The Visulite Theatre performance: [1] and [2].
    • Go to David's site and read about his semi improvised theatrical piece which he performed at the Alterknit Lounge on Thursday, the thirteenth of September, 2001.
    • Because of the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, David's two East Coast dates were cancelled. The Chapel Hill show, was rescheduled for October 13 and was a solo acoustic set followed by a DJ set. The set list can be found at the torched board [thx becca!]. WXYC aired an in-studio performance and exclusive interview with David J that took place before the show.
    • David opened for Cousteau in San Francisco on September 30th, but there isn't any other news about that show, as it wasn't advertised.
    • He also DJd at La Revolucion Lounge on Wednesday, October 17th.
    • David is helping score a movie, Urbane.
    • Still for sale: the limited edition CD re-release [does it count as a re-release when there are additional tracks?] of his collaboration with Rene Halkett.
    • Don't forget, every Wednesday: David's new club night with co-conspirator DJK called The Departure Lounge @ The 3 of Clubs, 1123 N. Vine St., Hollywood.
    • David's site is open for business.
    • David recently played two shows in Japan, advertised by the discover David J Japanese fan club.
    • Rebekulah caught 3 of David J's April shows. Read her reviews at Bauhausmusik. Her tour photos are in my Digital Fridge. If you have Love and Rockets et al. photos you'd like to post up at my fridge, just let me know!
    • If a previous David performance has been reviewed, you'll find it at Bauhausmusik or on the message board.
    • Three David J webcasts are archived at www.digitalclubnetwork.com.
    • The September 26 webcast of David and guitarist Amilcar Melenez at The Mint is available on liveonthenet.com.
    • On September 12, David performed on KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic. The performance is archived in Real Audio format.
    • His agency is Absolute Artists.
    • David was guest editor at Amazon.uk.co last June.
    • His collage [and other] art is also for sale. This art reminds me of Max Ernst's Une Semaine De Bonte : A Surrealistic Novel in Collage.

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