Video Archives

Welcome to our Video Archives. The videos here are categorized in reverse-chronological order (roughly).

MAGAS – “Machete King” video by Christopher Rejano

VIOLENT ARP BAND – “Statue” live in Chicago, 2010 courtesy of Sei Jin Lee.

MAGAS – “May I Meet My Accuser” live in Chicago, 2006

MAGAS – performing “Toys” on Chic-a-go-go, 2003

MAGAS – “Shakedown” live at Festival in Benicassim, Spain, 2003

LAKE OF DRACULA – “Dracula Killed Frankenstein” – live at the Fireside Bowl, Chicago 9/24/96

LAKE OF DRACULA – “Blues Fantastique” – live at the Fireside Bowl, Chicago 9/24/96

LAKE OF DRACULA – “Plague of Frogs” – live at the Fireside Bowl, Chicago 9/24/96

LAKE OF DRACULA – “Biographers of the Flaming Druglords” – live at the Fireside Bowl, Chicago 9/24/96

LAKE OF DRACULA – “Henry Clay” – live at the Fireside Bowl, Chicago 9/24/96

COUCH – “New Friends 99” live at the Malcolm Lowry Room, Vancouver, BC 1995
Also playing on the bill were Barbara Manning and Duotron.
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COUCH – “(It’s) Too Late To Tango” live in Olympia, Washington 1995
Also on the bill: Leslie Q and Howardian.
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COUCH – “Glass Brothers” live in Olympia, Washington 1995
Also on the bill: Leslie Q and Howardian.
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COUCH – Live at Warehouse of Low Self-Esteem, San Francisco, California 1995. Various bits of “Glass Brothers”, “New Friends 99”, “Chinese Mechanic” and “Cryptologists” in progress. Rough edit, but it’s that roughness that captures the essence of Couch
Also on the bill: Caroliner Rainbow.
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The Many Moods of Marlon Magas – “Jupiter” live at Milk of Burgundy, Chicago, 1994. Organ by Q.
November 25, 1994 – Many Moods of Marlon Magas
Milk of Burgundy, Chicago.
Many Moods featuring: Marlon Magas (vocals, alto sax), Chad Organ (baritone), Weasel Walter (bass clarinet, saxophone, clarinet), Aaron Dilloway (drums), Jeb Bishop (trombone), Nandor Nevai (trombone), Justin Allen (congas). Demolition Dollrods, Duotron, and Bullet in the Head also appeared.


The Many Moods of Marlon Magas
– “(Open Up) the Crab” live at the Green Room in Ypsilanti, Michigan
February 18, 1995 – Many Moods of Marlon Magas, To Live and Shave in L.A
Green Room, Ypsilanti.
Many Moods: Magas(vocals), Nandor Nevai(trombone), Weasel Walter (alto), Justin Allen(congas), Aaron Dilloway(drums), Matt Smith(bass).

The Many Moods of Marlon Magas – “Young Girl Fever” live at the Green Room in Ypsilanti, Michigan
February 18, 1995 – Many Moods of Marlon Magas, To Live and Shave in L.A
Green Room, Ypsilanti.
Many Moods: Magas(vocals), Nandor Nevai(trombone), Weasel Walter (alto), Justin Allen(congas), Aaron Dilloway(drums), Matt Smith(bass).

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