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April 9, 2012
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We’ve been working like dogs to get ready for the live Mechanookie show this Saturday at the Hudson Theater in Hollywood, and I hope you can come. You don’t need to have listened to any of the episodes to follow along, we’re doing the whole play from front to back. Tickets still available here: www.mechanookie.com Hope you can make it!

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Tickets for live Mechanookie show in April on sale now

March 26, 2012
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Tickets for live Mechanookie show in April on sale now

I’m excited to announce that tickets to the live show of Mechanookie, with the full cast and music and everything, are on sale now–you can buy tickets via paypal here: http://www.mechanookie.com/tickets.php $10 for an evening of short pants and Joan Collins. Show is on...

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Episode 3 up today!

March 22, 2012
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Mechanookie Episode 3 will be up and running today at noon. Please take a listen–I’m very proud of this one, it has a lot of crying in it. It’s a crying tour de force. Robot Girl reveals HER secret, the Magician tries to hire...

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Ray news

March 9, 2012
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I don’t know how many of you already know about this, but Ray, our guitar player, suffered a bicycle accident the day after our Spacellite show and broke his collarbone in 3 places. He’s ok apart from that, which we’re thankful for, but a...

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Mechanookie Episode Two coming up on Thursday March 15

March 9, 2012
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Thanks to everyone who listened to episode one–and if you haven’t had a chance to listen yet, please do, all past episodes will remain accessible on the mechanookie.com audio player and for listening/downloading on the show’s bandcamp page.   Episode Two, featuring the arrival...

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Episode One today at Noon! And Radio Free Silverlake Interview!

March 8, 2012
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REMINDER REMINDER REMINDER!  Episode One of Mechanookie goes up today at Noon on mechanookie.com!  We are giddily excited, and also giddy from lack of sleep.  Call me Giddy Lee, feel the rush.  Wahh wahhh wahhhhhh.  Uh….anyway, even if you can’t listen right at noon,...

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With their unique blend of 50’s rock and 70’s punk and their increasingly talked about live performances; where drum sets are used as jumping platforms, food fights ensue and an occasional head bleeds, The Monolators have come a long way since their beginning in 2002 with Eli Chartkoff (vocals, guitar) his wife Mary (drums) and Ray Gurrola (guitar) releasing several EP’s and LP’s along the way including Don’t Dance, Silver Cities, Our Tears Have Wings and much more. They have been featured by LA Times and LA Weekly and have been played on KCRW, KXLU and the now defunct Indie103.1.