Little Fyodor: underground legend coming to St Pete-Cafe Bohemia

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Locals Otolathe (experimental/electronica/ambient/noise), Thee Heidlecrumbs (experimental, improv, guitar) and my band, Blast and the Detergents, will play as supporting cast to Little Fyodor's triumphant return to Florida.

We will be spinning records, playing music and hanging out from 6pm-ish on, so come on down to Cafe Bohemia and hang out!

P.S. I do not usually promote my own shows on this blog. Little Fyodor coming to town is reason enough for me to break my rule. Here's some video to make up for my sin:

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Little Fyodor returns to Tampa Bay Friday night to downtown St. Petersburg's Cafe Bohemia. After blowing the roof off of Transitions Art Gallery and then the whole town of Gainesville one year ago with his cohort Babushka, Fyodor returned to his home in Colorado, kept in touch with some Floridians, and played some Florida music on his radio show, "Under the Floorboards."

Locals in attendance at Transitions for Fyodor's performance have been waiting with bated breath and salty skin for the return of an underground legend. A combination of weird, angular and hilarious, the music of Little Fyodor represents an underground barely covered in any medium.  His 80s band Walls of Genius got one line of text in the Richie Unterberger classic book, Unknown Legends of Rock n Roll.

Extremely entertaining, spastic and poignant in combating our current boredom/mediocrity based culture, Little Fyodor promises to put on a great show this Friday, January 16.

Pictured at left: Little Fyodor strangles a guitar (courtesy

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