Money Where Your Mouth Is: Presque Vu

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This time around, C-Notes lets a band -- in this case, the beatmaking, soundscape-ish maestros of Presque Vu -- speak for themselves to explain why you should pencil their show in for your big holiday weekend. Because we're busy at home re-watching Sportscenter to see what everyone has to say about that freaky field goal. -- D.X. Ferris Band: Presque Vu Web: MySpace.com/ThePresqueVu Hometown: Cleveland, Ohio / Kent, Ohio Sounds like: "Dudes who make beats coming together to make even better ones. Recommend for fans of: "DJ Shadow, Afrika Bambaataa, Alias, Boards Of Canada, and Genesis." Fun fact: "Presque Vu is the production team behind Johnny La Rock & Mush Mouth. They're currently working on random projects, including making theme music for the local NPR affiliate, 90.3 WCPN." Playing: 9 p.m. Friday, November 23, at Bela Dubby (ADDY) 9 p.m., all ages, donations at door accepted. "We're opening for our good buddy, Electric Grandmother - it's his CD release party!" Why you need to see them: " Because it's our first show, and we'll probably mess up a lot - which is always entertaining." -- Johnny La Rock - Producer/DJ

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