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Hidden Number Live, Wed Feb 3rd, 2010, 8pm at Nectar, 21+, $5

In Events, Hidden Number on January 27, 2010 at 9:59 pm

Look, we are all aware of the inevitability of the Robot apocalypse.  So let’s take this small window of opportunity to laugh at them while we still can.  Indeed, this upcoming Wednesday night is sure to be a potent blend of of comedy, music, mingling, mayhem and, on this special occasion – tasteless robots!

This is going to be a huge night of comedy featuring:

Alpha Art and The Age of the Robot with Robo The Worlds First Robot Comedian!!!

Bill Boyle
Dan Dan MacInTire
Bradley Stuart Jeffrey

plus much more!

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010

The Nectar Lounge

8PM / 21+

$5 adv.




In Hidden Number, Reviews on January 25, 2010 at 3:11 am

Hey guys, I know there are some people out there who have strong opinions.  If you hate us or like us, could you pleaes please contribute to the music community and post comments?  Specifically, we need your hard, cold opinions on our CD Baby site.  And the Amazon.com page.  There are no reviews.  We would really appreciate your unfiltered genuine commentary on the state of our music. 



Empty Corpses

In Drunk Blogging on January 25, 2010 at 2:52 am

Seattle is a giant cynical pile of saturated, inbred music critics.  Sometimes its overwhelming.  We get up there on stage, and we really really have to tap into some kind of energy from inside our hearts, while we fight the frozen stares of Seattle hipster zombie infective corpse parasites.  If you pay money, take time out of your lives and go to a show, why just sit there?  What’s the point?  Okay, yeah, you go to a company party featuring Third Eye Blind and you are more interested in networking and hors d’oeuvres.  Expected.  But you deliberately came to our show and sit there and stare, because god knows we’re too  loud for you to carry on any kind of sensible conversation.  Don’t bother.  You kill my soul. 

I look back on the various bands I’ve been in, and there was a difference.  There was energy.  There was genuinity.  There was soul.  Does something happen when you turn 21 or when you move to Seattle, or when you grow up in Seattle?  Do you lose your will to live? 

We’re going to try to find some all ages venues and shows, and see if we can find our muse.  There are people out there who care.  It’s not you.    If you hated us, you’d leave.  If you liked us, you would get up and try to knock our mic stands over.

I think we might get our mic stands knocked over if we played some all ages shows.  We’ll still play for you and take your money, though, because we need your money to pay for drumsticks and picks.  Even more, though, we need our souls back.


Thanks, hand stand guy

In Events, Hidden Number on January 23, 2010 at 8:24 pm
Hidden Number at the Comet Tavern

Hidden Number at the Comet Tavern

 Thanks to everyone for the stupendous turnout, despite it being a Sunday night and our ridiculously early show time!   If you click on this underlined phrase, then some magic electric pictures will appear from the last show at the Comet.  Erynn took these photos.  We are always very happy when he takes pictures, especially when they are of us.  Also, you just can’t go wrong when he gets all tilt shifty.  We played with Dead Cinema, Mr. Frederick, and Black Science, and we’re friends now.  We hope Mr. Fredrick was able to find suitable grilled cheese sandwhiches at 3am that were of the same or higher quality as Portland grilled cheese sandwiches.

It was entertaining when an enebriated gentleman started doing handstands in the front of Black Science.  We were kind of jealous, but I don’t know how those guys held it together.  How does someone with a muted nervous system stay aloft in such a manner, while Black Science is rocking so hard?

Our set list was as follows: Static Age (The Misfits), Human Error, Midnight Beachboy, Fanged 2 Deth, Friendz for Evar, Hybrid Moments (The Misfits), U R Transparent

We want to make friends with you at our next show, and maybe even fall in love.  It’s going to be all about you, baby.  Here are upcoming dates:


(Feb 3 @ Nectar, and Feb 25 @ Rendezvous)

The next show will feature a funny robot.



Hidden Number live, Sunday Jan 17th, 2010, at the Comet Tavern, 9pm, 21+

In Events, Hidden Number on January 9, 2010 at 6:09 pm
Hidden Number live, Sunday Jan 17th, 2010, at the Comet Tavern, 9pm, 21+
Hidden Number live at the Comet

Well, rock lovers, it seems the boys are at it again.  Two Thousand and Ten heralds a new year filled with swinging songs for Hidden Number‘s troubadors, and golly they look poised for action.  No arguments here. 

And for just a few extra bob, any Tom, Dick, Harry, or Margaret for that matter, can swagger down to the old Comet Tavern, admire some hustle and bustle of big city life, and then grab themselves a pint along with our boys from the Hidden Number gang. 
And that’s not all!  Sure as salt, Black Science, Mr. Frederick, and Dead Cinema will join in on the festivities, to boot.  No RSVP needed, but automobile parking is on the street, so come one, come all, but come early. 
Capital Hill just can’t be beat for Sunday night shenanigans!  Just ask your kind policeman; he’ll tell you where to go!