gang of 4
tonight Borbetomagus and Gate
tomorrow afternoon Runzelstirn & GurgelstÝck for free.
Is future playing again? Cool, the demos sounded great
Chris & Cosey at the ICA on Feb 4
^^^no, i didn't enjoy it. it was a presentation of a workshop he'd done the previous few days, but i was under the impression that he would also be performing himself, but he wasn't really involved. seemed a bit of a missed opportunity, especially since he was flown in from tokyo where he lives.
borbetomagus were really great though, sounded much different than the ones we saw in london and at atp.
gate was also good, although morley had trouble with his guitar plug and angrily threw away his guitar on the ground pretty early in the set to play the rest w/ laptop/electronics only.
i also saw volcano the bear at the same festival who were really great and highly entertaining. wasn't expecting that. one of the better gigs i've seen this year.
The Verlaines/Blonde Redhead in January and The Church with an orchestra on my birthday.
Eric Freidlander solo cello performs John Zorn's Volac
Sufjan Stevens playing at one of my workplaces...
Joanna Newsom playing at Womadelaide Festival
Maybe Suicidal Tendencies
Tool, Deftones, Grinderman, The Stooges playing at The Big Day Out
looks like i'm going to this
I had no idea they were still happening.
Im going to Sufjan on tuesday.
Rush - globe, stockholm 6/5
Iron Maiden - ullevi, gothenburg 1/7
Godspeed You! Black Emperor
some othe rones I keep forgetting.
oh! and disappears
Laura Veirs at Poitiers (le Confort Moderne) on Thursday.
Ras Michael and the Sons of Negus
Thursday 14th April:
Queen Elizabeth Hall
Louis Andriessen: AnaÔs Nin for singer, ensemble & film (UK premiere)
Louis Andriessen: De Staat
David Atherton conductor
Cristina Zavalloni soprano
Synergy Vocals chorus
Dutch composer Louis Andriessen's music is known for his idiosyncratic instrumental combinations and the combined influences of jazz and minimalism with dissonance, amplification and energetic rhythms. The UK premiere of AnaÔs Nin, his new work for singer, ensemble and film, is paired with De Staat, a large-scale musical tour de force influenced by the energy of big band music and minimalistic rhythms.
The Front Room at Queen Elizabeth Hall at 6:15pm - Pre-concert talk.
Of all the things to see at QEH... For fuck's sake man.
sorry i mean:
- Secret Chiefs 3/ UmlaŁt/ Madlove ( august to confirm)
- Mondo Cane ( 21 september)
[quote=Glice] Of all the things to see at QEH... For fuck's sake man.[/quote] I know. I never thought I'd get the chance to see De Staat performed live.
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