psycho-beach-blowout-poster.jpgFor those of you who’ll be in the NYC-area this weekend, I’ve been helping out a friend of mine whose company, Midnight Kitchen Media, is putting on a benefit Halloween show in Park Slope, Brooklyn:

This Saturday, October 27th, come out to Southpaw in Park Slope and celebrate Halloween with Psycho Beach Blowout – A demonic concoction of bloody B-movie horror and get-up-and-go-go Gidget-kitsch, a night of soul-searing surf rock so hot it will burn the beach blanket bingo right out of your brain!

Starring our KILLER lineup…

!!! Detroit Cobras

!!! Sasquatch and the Sickabillys

!!! The Tarantinos NYC

!!! Angie Pontani’s World Famous Burlesque

!!! DJ Rex Doane from WFMU 91.1FM’s “Fool’s Paradise,” spinning glorious vinyl

monster-surf-slop gems galore

Rock your best costume for a chance to win cool prizes from Vans Footwear and Crumpler Bags!!!

This event is a benefit for the NYC chapter of Surfrider, a non-profit committed to cleaning up beaches and waterfronts worldwide.

Tickets are $15 in advance (via Ticketweb) and $18 at the door.

Obviously, this post isn’t baseball-related. But Surfrider does some important work. Besides, who doesn’t love it when zombies and surfing intermingle? So come on out and join us!!!


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  1. The really sad part is is that it took me a while reading this to figure out whether or not this was true.

  2. If they’re smart they’ll do like Nike and pair Jeter up with another smooth Mos Def jam for the commercials.
    “My Umi says shine your light on the world…”

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