Library Basement Show: Meet the Bands

Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library - Central Library

Library Basement Show: Meet the Bands

A glimpse into the life of D.C. musicians

It’s time. The third installment of the Library Basement Show is just around the corner (Thursday, Feb. 19) and we have some information to quell your anxious show-going selves, eager to get back to one of the year’s best (FREE) music venues.

The MLK Jr. Memorial Library basement will host Laughing Man, Maloso and Peoples Drug for a seriously excellent show. But who are these creative individuals you ask? Well, the librarians asked them a few questions on topics they believe are incredibly important:


What is the one book you would say changed your life after you read it?

Maloso answered for each band member.
kc:  We the Media: A Citizen's Guide to Fighting for Media Democracy
bk: Power and Privilege by Gerhard Lenski
ac: The Mother Toungue by Bill Bryson or House Of Leaves by Mark Danielewski
ma: Old Path White Clouds: Walking in the Footsteps of the Buddha

Laughing Man answered all in one line…
The Bible/The Alchemist/On the Road

L: Demian by Herman Hesse
M: Allen Carr's Easy Way to Stop Smoking
A: Un Lun Dun by China Mieville

Name three spots in DC where we might find you reading.

Laughing Man:
  • At Home
  • Bolt Bus
  • Tryst
Maloso
kc: my house, food for thought, public parks
bk: public transportation, steps of the national portrait gallery on a nice afternoon, standing on the left side of a metro escalator
ac: metro
m: technically not dc, but Mckeldin and the MC library

Peoples Drug:
L: Ruth Bader Ginsburg's jacuzzi, Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Lexus, Ruth Bader Ginsburg's private suite at the 4 Seasons
M: Train, Bus, Happy Hour
A: in one of my many uncomfortable chairs
 
#dcpunkarchive for more fun facts about these cools kids, and see you at the show on Thursday night!