The Machine That Wouldn’t Die Pairs Costume Making with Vinyl Release October 19
In their penultimate performance, Dada-punk performance art project The Machine That Wouldn’t Die presents a joint costume-making workshop and vinyl record release at Oakwood Community Center in Troy, NY.
The event begins at 6 pm on Saturday, October 19th with a costume-making workshop. The first 30 attendees will be given a white Tyvek suit and rolls of colored duct tape to create their own colorful costume in the spirit of those worn by the TMTWD band.
At 7pm performances begin, with special guest Joan Kelsey’s Silver Lining opening with their unique brand of indie chamber-folk.
Soon after, The Machine That Wouldn’t Die will play songs from their new-released self-titled vinyl debut. TMTWD creates music/performance projects, telling the story of an immortal mechanical mind as it gets reincarnated as various malevolent technologies, from the Enola Gay to a Missile Command Atari 2600 game cartridge.
In addition to costume-making materials, the first 30 attendees will receive free copies of The Machine that Wouldn’t Die vinyl record. Additional records will be for sale.
This event is free and open to the public of all ages.