Monday, December 14, 2009 Break Science, EOTO and BoomBox to Play After Phish in Miami

Under One Beat Entertainment has confirmed a three-night series of Phish post-shows at Miami, FL’s White Room. The gigs will take place after Phish headline’s Miami’s American Airlines Arena on December 28-30. There is no late night show scheduled on December 31 as part of the series.

The late-night series is as follows:
Monday, December 28:
Break Science (Featuring Adam Deitch),
Afrobeta, Panthergod, Kentsoundz
Tuesday, December 29:
Boombox (Featuring Russ Randolph and Zion Godchaux),
Otto Von Schirach, DJ Le Spam (of Spam Allstars and Vida Blue), DJ Par-D
Wednesday December 30:
EOTO (featuring Michael Travis and Jason Hann of the String Cheese Incident), Richard Devine, The Jeanmarie, Kool Large & Mr. Baxter

New iphone App for Phish Heads "Phanatic" - Help support music education for children

A second Phish-related (and application is available for iPhone users. Produced by Brick Wall, and built on the setlists under license with the Mockingbird Foundation, Phanatic offers setlists, statistics, YouTube links, and more. Version 1.01 will go live shortly for $1.99, contains all Fall Tour 09 setlists, and automatically update after each new show. However, Version 1.0 ready now, and is $0.99 for a very limited time, and all software updates are free, so download today! 10% of every purchase goes to the Mockingbird Foundation to support music education for children. Strange Design pays props to Phish, plays Orange Peel

Tackling the complex rock compositions of Phish can't be easy. But tribute act Strange Design has earned respect from the discerning fan base of the reigning jam kings.Originally formed in Charleston, S.C., Strange Design re-creates past Phish shows in their entirety — the same strategy Dark Star Orchestra has successfully used with the music of the Grateful Dead. Read on

Video: Assembly of Dust - Arc of the Sun

Digital Dust II - This weeks video features the AOD performing Arc of the Sun. Dan Greenhaus Review 12.2 - 12.3 MSG, NYC

It has been some time since the Phish from Vermont stepped foot in the hallowed halls of New York’s Madison Square Garden; seven years to be exact. While several venues have played host to legendary Phish concerts through the years (Nassau Coliseum, Red Rocks), none have played host to as many top notch Phish shows as MSG. Taking the stage shortly after 8 PM led to an eruption of appreciation and anticipation from the crowd who welcomed the quartet back to the city that never sleeps. Read on

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