The Plastic Factory - Uptown, 1/20/99
Factory, The Plastic. “The Plastic Factory - Uptown, 1/20/99.” Digital Gallery. BGSU University Libraries, 18 June 2020, digitalgallery.bgsu.edu/collections/item/37184. Accessed 30 Nov. 2021.
|Title||The Plastic Factory - Uptown, 1/20/99|
|Ohio -- Rock Music -- Bowling Green -- 1991-2000,|
|Description||Flier for the Plastic Factory show at the Uptown, in Bowling Green, Ohio, on January 20th, 1999|
|Creator||The Plastic Factory|
|Source||Music Library and Bill Schurk Sound Archives; University Libraries; Bowling Green State University|
|Date||January 20, 1999|
|The Plastic Factory|
|Price, William "BJ"|
|Abstract||"This is a nice hand-drawn flyer that takes full advantage of Kinko's palette of photocopier inks. The Plastic Factory (William "BJ" Price, guitar, vox; Chris Carsten, guitar; Dan Stutzman, bass; Phil Dicktone, drums; Josh Eppert, vox) were named after a song by Captain Beefheart and His Magic Band (which they covered) and played their own unique version of psychedelic Beefheartian rock ("The Liver Spotted Standard," "Drongo The Ugly Angel") and garage standards ("Maid of Sugar, Maid of Spice," "Mr. Pharmacist"). They contributed a song to Shawn Wilbur's turn-of-the-millenium Mutual Aid CD series.|
Uptown's brief late-90s flirtation with live bands didn't last longer than a year or two, and by the end of 1999, The Plastic Factory themselves had melted down, birthing garage rockers The Unexpected and The Orgones."
(summary by Phil Dickinson)
Uptown - Bowling Green, Ohio, coffee house.
|Is Part Of||Northwest Ohio Independent Culture Archive (NOICA)|
|Spatial Coverage||Bowling Green, Ohio|