the Icky House Club
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the Icky House Club

New York City, New York, United States | SELF

New York City, New York, United States | SELF
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"Music Review: Icky House Club"

Blanca would like to introduce a new up and coming musical group from New York City. She recently had the pleasure of seeing them live on stage during one of my undercover operations in the Village in New York City. For those of you who don’t know, Blanca often goes around different locales incognito in order to uncover the evildoers in their native habitat. Blanca has made many sacrifices for Republicans over the years. Once I even had to have sex with a lesbian in order to get the information I was looking for. And if I am willing to sleep with a lesbian for directions to the nearest Dairy Queen, just imagine what I will do for a real scoop.

The Icky House Club is a trio of musicians who remind Blanca of They Might Be Giants. The simple guitar of Mickey Zetts combined with the sweet tenor of Carlos Rafael Fernandez and the full-bodied soul of Paula Galloway creates joyful musical harmonies, which are not only amusing but toe tapping fun. And I don’t mean the kind of toe tapping Larry Craig likes.

If you are in the New York area, whether it is undercover like Blanca, on the low-down, or being openly sinful, please make sure you catch The Icky House Club. You won’t regret it like voting for a retarded chimp or selecting a gun happy moose killer as a running mate. - Blanca Debree -


Lost in Playland - Live @ The Duplex



Over the past two years, the IHC has celebrated gigs at Crash Mansion, Bar East, Don’t Tell Mama, the Duplex, the Time Our New York Lounge at New World
Stages and the After Party at the Laurie Beechman. They have participated in variety nights and benefit shows for Clowns Without
Borders, the Oberon Theatre Ensemble, the Bleeker Street Theatre, the Waltz Astoria, Mostly Sondheim, the Manhattan Theatre Source, Spotlight the Triad and were the winners of John Chatterton’s Starry Nights talent competition 2009. From last on the bill on burlesque night at the Alphabet Lounge to starring in their own Planet Connections theater production just this past summer, the IHC is poised for world domination.

...or at least some serious cash.