We’re back! After a few weeks of server outage, magpu.com is back in action, with a revamped look and a better way to play audio. We’re using modern tooling that makes for easier updates. Thanks for visiting – check out some tunes while you’re here!
Give yourself burrito transplant surgery!
Some more flyers and newspaper scraps:
Happy 12th anniversary, Magpu!
More flyers, artwork, and postcards from Club Dada! (The latter are not exactly flyers nor artwork, but we have them anyway.) Visit the following shows to see what’s new:
The 2003-03-01 jam session is now available for convenient listening through your web browser. Check it out!
A cornucopia of flyers and fantastic artwork! Check out the following shows for freshly-uploaded images:
Nine years ago today, we played a special show at Club Dada. Check it out: 2000-06-22
Seven years ago today, Magpu played the Gypsy Tea Room. We were quite pleased with how the show turned out, and put together a mix of the audience and soundboard recordings. It’s now available for your listening enjoyment! You can find the show here:
New upload! May 28, 1998 was a monumental show from the early days. Listen and/or download here:
For the eleventh anniversary of the first Magpu show, we have a revamped web site that makes it easier for you to listen to our music and easier for us to maintain. Check out the first Magpu show by clicking on the “play” icon:
New Music for 2005!
New download available! Cliff’s first Magpu show (Home Bar, 1998-05-28) is now [[1998-05-28|avalable for download]].
New download available! Magpu’s 100th show at the Boar’s Nest is now [http://www.magpu.com/audio/2002-07-12/ avalable for download].
Check out Kyle’s new band at [http://www.10foldmusic.com/ www.10foldmusic.com]!
Six years ago today, Magpu first performed in public, at Tom Prejean’s open mic night at Club Dada. Happy Pu Year! (The show is now available for download.)
Terry McIntyre’s composition “Yardwork” is the first song written in the year 2000… [http://www.magpu.com/images/yardwork640.jpg We have proof!]
[http://www.magpu.com/mp3/2003-03-01/ Check out the audio from the mostly-Magpu jam session at Brian’s house on 1 March 2003!] http://www.magpu.com/photos/2003-03-01/dentonjam.jpg
Magpu means adaptation. On 22 May 2003, circumstances left us without a bass player for the evening. In our continuing tradition of embracing the unexpected and adapting to it, we spontaneously reconfigured as our percussionists took on bass duties. It was a memorable experience for us, and we appreciate all of you who were there to experience it with us. Watch this site for more news on how you can accompany Magpu on future journeys into the unknown.
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