Wright Amendment

The industrial-wave insanity of Denton's best underground trio fits somewhere nicely between Satan and Sartre

"One of the ideas is to make it our own private theater," Larson says, "a collapsing of this virtual world we've created into an actual physical space," which will in turn allow the band complete freedom to take their live performances and storytelling however far they want them to go. And although the band plans on opening up the space to friends and artists to perform in front of fans, they do not intend to make it a full-time D.I.Y. venue. Instead, it will be a place where they will showcase art, music and films that they like, with other artists and musicians appearing by special invitation only.

Mostly, the venue will serve as a temporary epicenter in which the Undoing of David Wright's ambitious experiments in music and performance art will be carried out, a place that will allow the band to merge all of their ideas together under one roof. And although the exact dimensions of the world they are trying to create aren't exactly clear yet, the trio doubts that they will ever convince certain critics that they belong anywhere other than somewhere below us, just on the other side of a river that no one wants to cross.

"The idea was to play until everyone was so annoyed that they left," says Undoing singer Lars Larsen, center. Though Mary Kay was annoyed by their makeup, the plan otherwise didn't work.
"The idea was to play until everyone was so annoyed that they left," says Undoing singer Lars Larsen, center. Though Mary Kay was annoyed by their makeup, the plan otherwise didn't work.

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