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ALAN COURTIS PRESENTS REYNOLS – Sinti Botuva Tapes

Friday, June  21 at 8 PM  

Doors 7:30 pm; $5 admission.                                                                                        

The Argentine cult band Reynols started in Buenos Aires in 1993 and integrates Down Syndrome drummer Miguel Tomasín with guitarists Roberto Conlazo and Alan Courtis. This film compiles a diversity of live concerts and various activities over a period of more than 25 years and screens concurrently with the release of the Reynols boxet “Minecxio Emanations 1993-2018”.

“I know Reynols indeed: they are among the most experimental and wild people I’ve heard” Thurston Moore

“Long may they confuse” John Olson (Wolf Eyes)

“Reynols is a super band to me. Someday, I wanna fly to Mars with Anla, Rob and Miguel all together. Let’s do asado there.”  Mitsuru Tabata (Zeni Geva, Acid Mothers Temple, Boredoms)

“One of the most bizarre musical/social units to function. Ever”  Muckraker Magazine

MUSICIAN/FILMMAKER ALAN COURTIS IN ATTENDANCE!

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