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SuchFriendsAreDangerous 04.24.2014 12:03 AM

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Originally Posted by SuchFriendsAreDangerous
Oi

fucking

Polloi

fucking tonite!

I'm getting into character and getting piss drunk to better embrace the bruising

Got drunk, it was about as much fun at a punk show I've had in years, and I was just at a great show last week!

ilduclo 04.24.2014 12:05 PM

Buzz Osbourne acoustic set. Maybe Ceramic Dog

Genteel Death 04.25.2014 04:50 AM

Christian Marclay/ Okkyung Lee tonight.

an evening with viewtiful 04.25.2014 09:25 AM

Action Bronson at Houston Beer Fest.
Two of my favorite things in the world will converge in a glorious sea of stoned inebriation

Bytor Peltor 04.25.2014 02:27 PM

Would love to be at Austin Psych Fest, but I just couldn't swing getting off next weekend.

However, I'm headed to Houston in a few hours to see Mogwai later tonight :D


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Originally Posted by halgreen
Going see Mogwai on Saturday, then Thou on Sunday and possibly Mogwai again after Thou.
Anyone on here going to the Austin Psych Fest next weekend?


Savage Clone 04.25.2014 02:29 PM

Loop tomorrow! 27 year wait!

Bytor Peltor 04.25.2014 02:38 PM

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Originally Posted by Savage Clone
Loop tomorrow! 27 year wait!


ENJOY - they too are playing Austin Psych Fest next weekend.

EDIT: it would be Super Cool if Thunderbolt Pagoda ended up playing Psych Fest next year......just sayin!

Savage Clone 04.25.2014 06:05 PM

Would love to. roadburn even more. Less tambourine bands at roadburn, but also less Bytors.

Bytor Peltor 04.26.2014 12:31 PM

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Originally Posted by Savage Clone
Would love to. roadburn even more. Less tambourine bands at roadburn, but also less Bytors.


I never even heard of roadburn......looks like one hell of a festival!

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Originally Posted by Bytor Peltor
However, I'm headed to Houston in a few hours to see Mogwai later tonight :D


I ended up NOT GOING last night.

Waiting for my daughter to get out of school when I received a Mogwai tweet saying only a few tickets were left. I jumped online to purchase one and saw where they were $23 plus the service charge.

Instead, for $10, I will be at the same venue this Thursday night to catch, Acid Mothers Temple, Pink Mountain Tops and Perhaps ......all of which are playing Psych Fest next weekend. Also at the same venue (downstairs), The Dandy Warhols and Young Girls (also playing Psych Fest).

pony 04.26.2014 12:52 PM

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Originally Posted by Savage Clone
Loop tomorrow! 27 year wait!

tell me how it was!! i will be seeing them in august <3

A Thousand Threads 04.26.2014 01:28 PM

some local queer/punk/trash thing tonight, which will be fun.
Carla Bozulich tomorrow, can't wait to see her again... she my heroine!

Savage Clone 04.29.2014 10:57 AM

Hey, check me out.

 

tesla69 04.29.2014 10:59 AM

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Originally Posted by ilduclo
Buzz Osbourne acoustic set.


you. are. fucking. kidding me.

Genteel Death 04.29.2014 12:28 PM

Circuit Des Yeux this month.

Savage Clone 04.29.2014 12:39 PM

She was painful when I saw her.

Genteel Death 04.29.2014 12:43 PM

When was that? I saw her when she played her first gig with Pink Reason over here and enjoyed her much more than Kevin De Broux's set. I'm probably going to Loop/Godflesh at Heaven too.

Savage Clone 04.29.2014 01:13 PM

It was late 2012. To be fair I think I was in the minority in my assessment.

Loop is better than I thought they would possibly be as a live band. So nice to see Robert rock out like that after so many years deep in non-rock minimalism.
I have never seen a group lay sonic waste to a room while looking so relaxed and detached from the maelstrom. Amazing.

Genteel Death 04.29.2014 02:39 PM

She's an interesting cat in that she started recording her music in such a primitive way at the height of the most abrasive forms of rock we had heard in a while (post-2006 artists, mostly from the States to begin with) and through such crude overdubs on her home hi-fi. She's now a fully trained music engineer with more ambitious ways to channel her talent. I can get behind that sort of thing. Robert Hampson is a great guy and I look forward to saying hello if I end up going to the gig. He was more active on FB a while ago but I understand he had to deal with a really nasty piece of work stalking him on the website and I imagine he's enjoying himself now and he's too busy.

Bytor Peltor 04.29.2014 03:24 PM

I do enjoy it when Clone shares his concert reviews and opinions!

And I do wish I could attend your performance this Thursday night......however, seeing Acid Mothers Temple isn't a bad alternative :D

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Originally Posted by Savage Clone
It was late 2012. To be fair I think I was in the minority in my assessment.

Loop is better than I thought they would possibly be as a live band. So nice to see Robert rock out like that after so many years deep in non-rock minimalism.
I have never seen a group lay sonic waste to a room while looking so relaxed and detached from the maelstrom. Amazing.


Edit: seeing signs of a show taking place in Houston that I long ago gave up hope of ever seeing......and I'm not even sure if it can be considered the same as the names the same, but the players have changed???

Once I confirm the date and venue, I will share who it is.

_tunic_ 05.03.2014 06:10 AM

anyone living close to New York and nothing special in your agenda on May 16? This will be a good one to visit, and that for only $10 !!

HARDCORE ACTIVITY IN PROGRESS

May 16, 2014 8pm doors
18+ $10


Knockdown Center

52-19 Flushing Ave Queens, NY 11378

BUY TICKETS With: Tim Hecker, Napalm Death, Gunplay, The Thing, Wolf Eyes, Regis, Bastard Noise, Lubomyr Melnyk, Skullflower, Joe McPhee/Chris Corsano, Okkyung Lee, Clipping, Yoshiko Ohara, Reg Bloor, Gnaw

This is our hardcore. Red Bull Music Academy returns to the extraordinary Queens venue Knockdown Center for a reprise of last year’s Drone Activity In Progress. That night was almost solely based on avant-garde artists. This night will blow open the doors genre-wise to present a sampling of the most extreme recording artists in metal, techno, jazz, classical, noise, hip hop and beyond. Kranky’s ambient prince Tim Hecker, grindcore legends Napalm Death, Gunplay – the Maybach rapper with a Bible on the dash – and Scandinavian free jazzers The Thing all feature. Also set to appear: Wolf Eyes, Regis, Bastard Noise, Lubomyr Melnyk, Skullflower, Joe McPhee/Chris Corsano, Okkyung Lee, Clipping, Yoshiko Ohara, Reg Bloor, and Gnaw, with visuals provided by Nuit Blanche New York (NBNY).


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