Let's say that you're drunk. You're very drunk. It's 7:00 p.m. You've been steadily getting smashed since work got out two hours ago and you have a fiery, insatiable craving to listen to some music. But then you realize that the High Places and Abe Vigoda show at the Smell (you carpetbagger you), doesn't start for a few hours and you wonder, how can I pass the time while waiting in Los Feliz Village?

Well, my good friend, the answer is nigh (or near, if you're not into being completely pretentious.) Yes, this year's Best Music Writing book reading will be held tonight from 7-8:30p.m. at Skylight Books in Los Feliz (see Facebook promo page.) Here's to hoping that both wine and cheese will be served, as I'm allegedly supposed to regale the crowd with an anecdote regarding my Soulja Boy article. Rest assured, if I manage to imbibe a reasonable quantity of Sauvignon Blanc, I am a serious threat to humiliate both myself and my family name with an impromptu “Crank That” dance.

Good times had by all. All.


MP3: Love-Seven and Seven Is (from Da Capo)

MP3: Glenn Gould-“Aria Da Capo”

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