Parade is now up on UbuWeb and Vimeo

Our film “Parade” from earlier 2009 is now posted for viewing and download on UbuWeb. View and download the film from UbuWeb here:

http://www.ubu.com/film/plu_parade.html
Parade is also on Vimeo.

Parade [2009] from Vicki WFMU on Vimeo.

Background information on Parade here http://www.peoplelikeus.org/2009/parade.html
More films by People Like Us on UbuWeb here http://www.ubu.com/film/plu.html

Watch People Like Us & Ergo Phizmiz in Concert!

Indeed yes, here we are.
Here’s the whole concert of People Like Us & Ergo Phizmiz in Concert at The Sound Source: ‘The Art of Sampling’ – Kings Place London, on Tuesday 11th November 2008.
Thank you to Chris Jinks at Vitalsign Productions for filming the concert and allowing us to share it with you.

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Download by right-clicking here.

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People Like Us play BFI Southbank, London

Tuesday 8th December 2009 at 20:30
BFI Southbank, London – NFT3
Tickets £5

This will be the UK Premiere of Genre Collage, the new People Like Us live a/v set.
BFI Southbank are taking booking now. We recommend booking tickets in advance or you may find yourself without a seat!
http://www.bfi.org.uk/whatson/bfi_southbank/events/genre_collage_the_new_live_set_by_people_like_us

Telephone booking is often easier: 020 7928 3232
BFI Visitor information here.

People Like Us in another UbuWeb podcast

People Like Us features for a second time in Avant-Garde All The Time, an UbuWeb podcast. This time around the episode The Women Of The Avant-Garde (part 2) also features sound clips from Gertrude Stein, Yoko Ono, Louise Lawler, Shelley Hirsch, Lauren Lesko, Forough Farrokhzad, Pauline Oliveros, and many more.
Women of the Avant-Garde (part 2)

Background
Poet Kenneth Goldsmith presents selections from UbuWeb, the learned and varietous online repository concerning concrete & sound poetry, experimental film, outsider art and all things avant-garde. Schedule: Every Six Weeks.
Subscribe to the podcast Avant-Garde All The Time here.
A continued thank you, UbuWeb!

The WFMU 24 Hour Short Fall Marathon has begun!

Please help us continue to broadcast on WFMU!
Our 24-Hour Marathon starts TONIGHT, Tuesday Nov 17th at 7pm and runs until
Wednesday November 18th at 7pm!**
We’re setting aside our pride to interrupt programming this Fall for our
first, and hopefully last, 24-hour
Marathon http://www.wfmu.org/marathon/index.shtml .

Our coffers are empty thanks to the combined evil forces of the recession
and WFMU falling short of our March Marathon goal. Help us raise enough
money in 24 hours to stay on the air through the winter months!
We’ve got an *action-packed 24-hours* planned, including *co-host
madness* http://wfmu.org/marathon/schedule.shtml ,

on-air *prize drawings*, and all of the *fun-loving insanity* and surprises
you’ve come to expect from WFMU Marathons. Check out our new *Radio Bear
t-shirt https://www.wfmu.org/marathon/tch.shtml#pr100 *, as well as a fresh
batch of *DJ Premiums* by *Tom Scharpling, Terre T, Evan “Funk” Davies,
Marty McSorley, Ken, Maria Levitsky, and Seven Second Delay* that are up for
the taking. Visit our pledge page
https://www.wfmu.org/marathon/pledge.php>for details.

*
We hope you can help us out with a year-end
donation https://www.wfmu.org/marathon/pledge.php
!*

Pledge online or by calling 800-989-9368.

The Night of the Long Worms

People Like Us are making a short film presentation for and related to the following event. We recommend you come along and be entertained by this great line up. Please note this is not a PLU concert.

The Tapeworm presents its first live event, “The Night of the Long Worms”
8-11PM on Thursday 19 November 2009 at Café Oto, London E8 3DL.
Travelling all the way from Sweden is Leif Elggren, with a piece performed remotely by Joachim Nordwall of IDEAL. The Atlantic Isles are represented by Baraclough, Philip Jeck (Bass Guitar/Effects), Meltaot, Souls on Board (with Bruce Gilbert) and Simon Fisher Turner, plus special guest People Like Us.