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GravitySlips 05.30.2013 06:19 PM

Pastels tomorrow.

Hope the new album is good........... anyone heard it?

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Originally Posted by krischanski
missed Shellac yesterday :(


That was not a wise move.

guest 06.05.2013 03:50 AM

my disco at the northcote social club, june 16th.

punishing live act, looking forward to this very muchly.

Quote:

Originally Posted by krischanski
missed Shellac yesterday :(


actually saw them play with shellac here last year (albini produced one of their records), very much their equal in terms of pure power.

rappard 06.06.2013 10:48 AM

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Originally Posted by Dr Chocolate
went to see SECRET CHIEFS 3 the other night
my recording came out really good of it as well
damn! they were fucking amazing

A WeTransfer link for your recording would be really appreciated. Did I ever upload my 2009 SC3 master here?

And "amazing" is an understatement.

tesla69 06.06.2013 02:53 PM

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Originally Posted by SuchFriendsAreDangerous
just got my tickets for Reggae Night at the Hollywood Bowl. This is my tenth year straight going to this once in a lifetime kind of festival, which is insane that we here in LA pull this off not only ten times, but 13 total! There is nothing else like it in the world, 20,0000 people dancing and singing roots reggae all night under the stars..

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3574/...ca07e15852.jpg


Just curious, are people puffing or does security harsh on that?

SonicBebs 06.06.2013 04:26 PM

Got Yoko Ono next week and then body/head the week after

Toilet & Bowels 06.06.2013 05:25 PM

On the cards for June:
Blues Control
Body/Head with Ikue Mori
The Intelligence
Oren Ambarchi
Zewditou Yohannes

July has:
Sic Alps
Blood stereo & Pengo
Mississippi Records/Alan Lomax Archive
Nazoranai

Bytor Peltor 06.06.2013 05:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SonicBebs
Got Yoko Ono next week and then body/head the week after


Are you attending Yoko's Meltdown Festival: http://meltdown.southbankcentre.co.uk/

stu666 06.06.2013 08:21 PM

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Originally Posted by Bytor Peltor
Are you attending Yoko's Meltdown Festival: http://meltdown.southbankcentre.co.uk/


I am seeing Body/Head and Thurston there.

Also the support for CLM has just been announced. Thought Forms will play with CLM in Bristol and Trash Kit in London. I'm very pleased about that!

Bytor Peltor 06.06.2013 09:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by stu666
I am seeing Body/Head and Thurston there.

Also the support for CLM has just been announced. Thought Forms will play with CLM in Bristol and Trash Kit in London. I'm very pleased about that!


Of course you are! Siouxsie is playing each night, hope you get a chance to see her.

SonicBebs 06.07.2013 12:11 AM

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Originally Posted by Bytor Peltor
Are you attending Yoko's Meltdown Festival: http://meltdown.southbankcentre.co.uk/


Yeah but only those two. Should be really good

SuchFriendsAreDangerous 06.07.2013 12:46 AM

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Originally Posted by tesla69
Just curious, are people puffing or does security harsh on that?


You have to wait until after dark but yes, tens of thousands of people are puffing. At the Hollywood Bowl its like Vegas, you can walk in drinking a beer past security, so drinks aplenty as well. But the vibe is more important to me than the smoking or drinking, its is spectacularly moving to hear 20,000 people singing, "Get up, Stand Up" in chorus, LA just doesn't have many moments of such positive community unison aside from when the Lakers win the championship ;)

SonicBebs 06.07.2013 04:32 AM

sounds lush

dale_gribble 06.07.2013 12:08 PM

 


august 3rd

SonicBebs 06.10.2013 01:45 PM

Just got tickets to squarepusher performing with the southbank sinfonia at fairfield hall in Croydon this Saturday

sy2004 06.11.2013 02:38 PM

CLM next thursday ;-)

rappard 06.11.2013 03:28 PM

This Friday:

http://www.muziekgebouw.nl/agenda/Co...p_Lee_Ranaldo/

EvdWee 06.12.2013 05:28 AM

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Originally Posted by rappard


me too! ;-)

Dr Chocolate 06.14.2013 05:48 PM

off to see FLAG tonight
and then OLD MAN MARKLEY tmrw
then PLATINUM BLONDE / APRIL WINE / 54-40 sunday
then JAPANDROIDS on Monday

how's your weekend looking up?

SonicBebs 06.15.2013 05:07 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SonicBebs
Got Yoko Ono next week and then body/head the week after

Yoko was amazing, the band are proper tight!
Had a wicked time

SonicBebs 06.15.2013 05:07 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SonicBebs
Got Yoko Ono next week and then body/head the week after

Yoko was amazing, the band are proper tight!
Had a wicked time

SonicBebs 06.15.2013 06:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SonicBebs
Just got tickets to squarepusher performing with the southbank sinfonia at fairfield hall in Croydon this Saturday

That was amazing too
Top night, looking forward to getting the new album

Dr Chocolate 06.17.2013 11:06 AM

it appears that THE OFFSPRING are on their washed up has been casino tour
so, those motherfuckers, hijacked OLD MAN MARKLEY from the local show
so needless to say, they can both fuck off and die
you fucking assholes!!

pony 06.19.2013 03:28 PM

Tomorrow and on friday, I am going to see Nisennenmondai.
Thinking about ditching work and go see Faust on saturday!

hirsute_biped 06.19.2013 09:04 PM

Hawkwind announced first North American tour in 20 years, might have to go. Never seen 'em, havn't heard anything past mid-seventies albums, but seems pretty historic. Psychedelic Warlords dissapear in smoke!

http://www.hawkwindmuseum.co.uk/tour%20dates.htm

Wonder if they would tour with their vintage EMS synthi?

Bytor Peltor 06.20.2013 07:26 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by hirsute_biped
Hawkwind announced first North American tour in 20 years, might have to go. Never seen 'em, havn't heard anything past mid-seventies albums, but seems pretty historic. Psychedelic Warlords dissapear in smoke!

http://www.hawkwindmuseum.co.uk/tour%20dates.htm

Wonder if they would tour with their vintage EMS synthi?



Thanks for the heads up!

Playing Houston in October.

Love having this sort of show to look forward to......and the cooler weather :)

pad_023 07.01.2013 03:39 PM

Sic Alps on Thursday, looking forward to some care free summer jamzzz

SuchFriendsAreDangerous 07.01.2013 03:55 PM


 


Hollywood Bowl last night was mystically amazing as usual. To hear so many thousands of people sing in harmony. "Could you be loved" was about as moving as hearing them sing "Get Up Stand Up" With Bunny Wailer in 2006 or "One Love" with Ziggy in 2011. That an hearing that chorus blast out across the hillside, "Out in the streets, they call it murder!"

Damien was a bit half-assed about his stage show though we appreciated bringing out the kids to be the flag waivers, but Stephen RIPPED it up with his Nyabinghi roots set list which has become his thing and it works at a mystical convergence level when playing such hand drums for 20,000 on such a loud sound system. My soul was dancing even more than my tired legs and feet!

Third World were the kind of legends we expect.

This show was so spiritually powerful, that I ran into a brother who became a mortal enemy (I mean this, I would have quite literally killed this man if I had ran into in 2008 when the wounds were fresh) for the past several years and we reunited as brothers to dance and celebrate together. Wow. That is the power of true, heartical, ONE LOVE!

Severian 07.01.2013 08:15 PM

Kind of a badass summer/fall planned at the moment.

Flaming Lips / Tame Impala

Nine Inch Nails / Godspeed You!Black Emperor

... Well, I don't care how it sounds. It's going to be great. I don't really actually care for Tame Impala. I find them extremely samey, and I'd rather see the Lips with MGMT or Foxygen. But fuck if, it's the Lips. I see them every chance I get.

Haven't seen Nine Inch Nails in ... Oh god. Nevermind. I am always up for Godspeed, and I even like Explosions in the Sky. Not their records, mind. Their records are lifeless. But they can get into some surprisingly good noise jams and improvs.

It's been a good year. Retribution Gospel Choir, Low, Ghostface Killah (how anyone is going to top him is anyone's guess). I'm proud of myself for being almost social.

dasx 07.01.2013 10:27 PM

July:
5th - Savages, Kuusumun Profeetta, Radiopuhelimet, Sokea Piste
7th - Chelsea Light Moving, Mission of Burma, Hero Dishonest
9th - Patti Smith
14th - Sigur Ros
20th - Iron Maiden

August:
5th - Neil Young & Crazy Horse
21th - Philip Glass Ensemble

September:
4th - Tomahawk

November:
7th - Wire
13th - Scorpions :)

Toilet & Bowels 07.02.2013 02:41 AM

Sic Alps on Thursday
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=npijSbARsYY

_tunic_ 07.02.2013 11:10 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Toilet & Bowels

I saw the singer twice solo in Cologne as support act for Scout Niblett and Body/Head. Recordings are on Dime if you're interested
(or I could provide non-Dimers links)

apparently they will be breaking up after this tour


to be on topic.
Next show for me is NEIL YOUNG in Luxmebourg!
next week Thursday

SuchFriendsAreDangerous 07.02.2013 02:24 PM

Midnite next week.
 

Jimmy Cliff free at the Santa Monica Pier Sept 12
 

Michael Rose, Sly and Robbie, U-Roy, and Skatalites (not for free) at the Santa Monica Pier Sept 22

 


It seems nothing else until then :/

pony 07.04.2013 05:44 AM

tonight: Mission of Burma
tomorrow: Chelsea Light Moving
saturday: Patti Smith

 

Bytor Peltor 07.04.2013 07:53 AM

^^^one hell of a weekend, pony!

pony 07.04.2013 09:14 AM

I was actually planning to go see Cat Power last night but didnt make it... That would've been one fun week! It's still fun though but would've been even better if I had caught Cat Power yesterday!

Savage Clone 07.08.2013 08:11 AM

Nefeli may be one of the few to appreciate this, but I saw The Telescopes for the first time this past weekend. Totally delivered. Amazing noisy/exploratory set, not very song-oriented at all and still had teeth. Zero disappointment after waiting nearly 25 years to see them.

_slavo_ 07.08.2013 11:57 AM

Smashing Pumpkins
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
Atoms for Peace

this weekend.
meh, i know. i'll be there for the beer.

_tunic_ 07.08.2013 03:42 PM

 

stu666 07.08.2013 03:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Savage Clone
Nefeli may be one of the few to appreciate this, but I saw The Telescopes for the first time this past weekend. Totally delivered. Amazing noisy/exploratory set, not very song-oriented at all and still had teeth. Zero disappointment after waiting nearly 25 years to see them.


Now I'm even more gutted that I missed them the other week when they played near me....


I'm definitely going to these:

Samara Lubelski - next friday

Thurston Moore, Dylan Nyoukis, Byron Coley, Savage Pencil, Karen Constance and Lauren Naylor - August

Shonen Knife - September

ATP - End Of An Era Part 1: Television, Magik Markers, Wolf Eyes, Dinosaur Jr, Chelsea Light Moving... - November

hirsute_biped 07.08.2013 06:24 PM

Just got tix for Roger McGuinn with Marty Stuart and the Fabulous Superlatives in October, nobody here will care.


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