Thursday, November 27, 2008


On December 4th, Jeremy Fish's new art show "Ghosts of the Barbary Coast" will open in San Francisco at Gallery 50/24SF. The artwork depicts the post-goldrush slum that was S.F.'s Barbary Coast, and the violence, gangs, and prostitution that overran much of what is now Fisherman's Wharf and North Beach.

Aesop Rock created a new song called "Tomorrow Morning" to accompany Jeremy's show. The song will play in the gallery throughout the night. "Tomorrow Morning" was written and produced by Aesop Rock, contains additional chorus vocals by El-P, and scratches by Dj Big Wiz.

A limited edition double-sided Jeremy Fish print will be available for sale to show-goers. This special item contains Jeremy Fish images printed on both sides of a small wooden plank. Attached to the print will be a miniature wood grain USB hard drive containing the new Aesop Rock song, an instrumental version, lyrics and a digital show catalog. Only 100 of these will be made, and are being sold for $15.

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