RE/SEARCH Publications and The Emerald Tablet present

Hide Ultra Bide: a full-blown evening of Japan-eccentricity

Mon Apr 29, 2013
The Emerald Tablet
07:30 pm
Music, Punk


In collaboration with RE/SEARCH Publications, The Emerald Tablet is happy to present a 2-hour program featuring punk rocker Hide Ultra Bide, all the way from Japan. Hide will present his take on the Fukushima disaster, with illustrations, Q&A, and other full-blown Japan-eccentricity. Only 40 seats for this rare, very strange, possibly over-the-top event; Japanophiles take note! If you wish to attend please email Vale at [email protected] and you will be instructed.

Here, in Hide’s own words, is a hint of what will happen on Monday, April 29:

Please come to my talk and spoken words and Q & A show, you will see and experience first time in music history of the universe. I think Japanese punk rocker speak out in english to only talk, not play music, just TALK for 2 hours or more about free subjects, kind of TV style Q & A. Japan had massive attack tunami and earthquake and atomic power plant blow up our mind about 2 years ago. This is my kind of timing to use the japan facts and my music art working progression to over seas. This show is most of time i like do Q & A with attendance ask me whatever your curiosity to answer, subject of nuclear, sex, breakfast, foot pedals, kingdom of bhutan, my neighborhood, parallel world,etc. My 52 years life experience think about japan is well know mind control from USA & ENGLAND with totally "MANGA" stupidity presence of japan isolation era with funky style just well copyed and manga eat all japanese brains or I can see just little bit “Oh man, I am seeing the future of the control by corporations and one country call THE EARTH.” that why we are robots.

This promises to be a fun, weird, memorable evening! Support Hide – hands across the sea!

Monday April 29, 2013, 7:30 pm.
The Emerald Tablet, 80 Fresno St, San Francisco, CA 94133
Ticketing information to be released. Please email [email protected] to be instructed.

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  1. The Emerald Tablet
    80 Fresno St., San Francisco, CA