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Subormal Magazine's Hollywood Entertainment Calendar

By Subnormal Magazine

The following are some of our top picks for music, entertainment, and nightlife in and around Los Angeles. While we are a fan of most, but not every one of these bands, some simply get our kudos due to the fact of their survival over the many long years. A star indicates our top picks.


April 2014

24, The Fixx, with Dramarama, Saban
26, Moon Block Party at Sunset Ranch, Oasis-Mecca, CA, with Vincent Gallo and many

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May

17, Lauryn Hill, Nokia
Skid Row, Whisky a Go Go
31, Black Flag, House of Blues
24, War, The Family Stone, potheads Cheech and Chong, Greek Theatre

June

6-8, The Faint, Roxy (6 and 7th sold out)
28, Ira Glass, Royce Hall

July

4, Fear, Whisky a Go Go
23, Tori Amos, Greek Theatre
2-4, Steven Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers with Edie Brickell, with L.A. Philharmonic, Hollywood Bowl
11, 12, Chris Isaak with L.A. Philharmonic, Hollywood Bowl
25, 26, Gloria Estefan with Orchestra, Hollywood Bowl

August

7, Hilary Hahn, performing Brahams, Hollywood Bowl
10, Otmar and Liebert with Luna Negra, Saban
14, Yo Yo Ma with L.A. Philharmonic, Hollywood Bowl
27, Peter Frampton with Buddy Guy, Hollywood Bowl

September

5, 6, Elvis Costello with Ben Folds and L.A. Philharmonic, Hollywood Bowl
28, Pixies, Gogol Bordello, Cat Power, Hollywood Bowl

October

10, Jerry Lewis

Subnormal magazine was started in the 90's, (hard copy), to get kids to read poetry that normally would not, mixing poems with interviews with bands. The idea worked, and plus, we got some free rock and roll music out of it and partied non stop for ten years across the country and lived to tell about it. Now, subnormal is creeping back online, and with that said, if you don't read poetry, you should.

POETRY

Electronic Plantation (Lyrics to the song) written and recorded by Jello Biafra

Ya-Ha-Ha
Ho Ho Ho
Shipped your job to Mexico
But we got plans for all of you to re-train

Pit the whole world against each other
For who will work for the lowest wage
The rest of you can die
As epidemics rage

Worked hard all your life
Now you must go on line
And stare all day
At a little plastic screen

Electronic plantation
Electronic plantation

Same old job
Now you're just a temp
Less pay, no benefits
No raise, no vacation
Or sick leave days

Chain the slaves to the oars
Faster, faster, row some more!
In carpel tunnel caverns
Til you break

We monitor you all
Every time you leave your chair
Or talk on the phone
One minute overtime
At the toilet
And you're fired

Electronic plantation
Electronic plantation

Only use we've left for you
Is burn you at both ends
Locked in the research triangle
Shirtwaist fire's flames
Lot's of people need your job
And you can be replaced
Replaced

Replaced
Unemployed and overqualified

Strikers who gave their lives
Fighting for basic human rights
That don't mean nothing anymore

Got you back down on the floor
through the WTO
Rich get richer
Poor get poorer

Factory or PHD
You are all termites now
Laptop is your ball and chain
Til we downsize you away
Shop at home
Is your reward
Your best friend is a mouse

Electronic plantation
Electronic plantation
Electronic plantation
Electronic plantation

This text content is anti-2014 subnormal magazine, The Hollywood Sentinel, no rights reserved. Lyrics by Electronic Plantation are owned and credited with world wide rights to Jello Biafra. The text of this page only may be reproduced if in full and for no profit and a link provided back to this site. Image may not be reproduced and is owned by dum dum girls, with art rendering by subnormal; all dum dum rights reserved.

Bruce Edwin is editor of subnormal magazine and blah blah blah. Contact Bruce at www.TheHollywoodSentinel.com. Read more stories by Bruce Edwin. Subnormal does not endorse any lame ads that may appear on or in connection with this story.

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