i've played i the small space (downstairs) a bunch of times and always got a pretty reasonable crowd. many people probably don't remember wrinklemuzik, but it was around in the early 80's. my first record was selected by trouser press (remember them?) as one of the top 10 indy releases of 1982. anyway, i think i can draw a good crowd because for the past few years i've been concentrating on my acoustic music. i still have people asking when wrinklemuzik will perform again. the music is somewhere between eno, fripp, depeche mode and god knows what. heavy ebow looping and some vocals. i pretty much agree with everything you (tom) wrote. klowy From: Tom Ritchford <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Sun, 22 Jul 2001 22:26:05 -0400 To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com Subject: Loopfest NYC update I had a nice long conversation with dt today (who very kindly called me back when I was less hung over... memo to self, don't forget to eat next time!) 1. diversity. We need to make sure that we have as much diversity in the show as possible so that we can showcase as a wide a range of looping as we can -- and so that we can attract as wide a range of audience as we can.