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Noize Fridays -Clockwork at Create Nightclub
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Age Suitability 21 and up
Category House
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Noize Fridays -Clockwork at Create Nightclub

Friday, May 23 10:00p to Saturday, May 24 4:00a
Create Nightclub Los Angeles, CA

Hailing from Paris, France, Tchami is no stranger to the dance music industry. Rewind to last July, Tchami’s remix of Janet Jackson’s “Go Deep” became an instant over night hit! With much critical acclaim, he soon followed up with his first original production “Promesses” with Kaleem Taylor via Fool’s Gold Records.

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Clockwork
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A favorite on the Detroit teen club scene of the mid-1960s, Clockwork Orange comprised singer/bassist Dann Florek, keyboardist Chuck Vreeland and drummer Rob Nulvaney. Originally dubbed the Downriver Soul Project, the trio formed circa 1966 in the suburban Flat Rock area, its members all still in high school; a cover band noted primarily for its convincing renditions of current British Invasion and R&B hits, Clockwork Orange released no known material during a brief career which ended around 1968, although demo tapes are rumored to exist....
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Create Nightclub
6021 Hollywood Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90028
(323) 463-3331
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(no rating) Dec 10, 2008 - Lezleep10 on Clockwork
Clockwork time's running out

This Harlan based band was tighter and sounded better when Dave Bramman played with them. Now this once heavy hitting bar band fades into the same ole' same ole' and it's PLAYED (and not very well). Songs that once were fierce and piercing hot are now off-key and leave a sour taste on my mouth. AND why do I get the feeling these guys are just going thru the motions? The band looked bored and sounded drained- even the people dancing seemed disheartened - as though they could not think of anything better to do but pretend that the hobbling sound coming out of the speakers was the best they could get on a Friday night in Harlan Iowa.No offense guys- but time to get some blood flowing in the band again. This experience left me feeling cold and lifeless- like your music.

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