July 31st, 2007 | by Michael Byrne Music | Posted In: Columns

Dark Yoga On Cable Access (sorry, not tonight, but soon)

     
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dyUnfortunately, I don't know jack-shit about television, so you're on your own in finding this, but Dark Yoga--a massive collab between Adam Forkner (White Rainbow), Honey Owens (Valet, Nudge), Brian Thackeray, Matt McDowell, Aria Benner and Dan Barone--is playing Portland Cable Access tonight. I tried parsing the schedule at www.pcmtv.org, which was sort of like parsing a local bus timetable for a city you've never been to. I'll send some emails and whatnot, and see if I can get a time and channel and update this wickedly unfulfilling fact filled and stimulating post.

Here's what Forkner posted on his UrHo blog sometime this morning:

Dark Yoga on Portland Cable Access tonight. i really have no idea what this is all about. Hopefully we'll get a tape of it. I'm thinking this could be the best shit ever!!!! friends with TIVO, lets do the do.


So, then I got this email from Adam. It may just be a taping for later air date..or maybe not:

It's really SubArachnoid Space's cable access gig and they needed another band to “fill time,” or something. There will hopefully be extremely trippy, most definitely very crunk video FX and feedback invloved and we will hopefully walk away with a tape of it. I think it's just a taping. What dude at the station said to matt who is telling me now on phone
(third or fourth hand info at this point) is “if it doesnt need editing after we play it will go on the air right after we're done, but if it needs to be edited it will air in the future. Who knew TV could be SO VAUGE! Either way we are getting a dvd of it when we are done we're supposed to be there at 7:30. Beyond that i know nothing!


SubArachnoid Space has a TV show? Details to follow...

Hopefully, we can get a YouTube or something of this on here eventually.

Links:

www.myspace.com/darkyoga
www.yarnlazer.com


Photo: From Dark Yogaspace

 
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