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Drjohnrock 01.09.2016 10:06 PM

Due to work, family etc., all are tentative but I should be able to catch some of them:

January 23, 2016: X______X, MOTR Pub, Cincinnati, Ohio
February 27, 2016: Wussy/Scrawl (GREAT double bill), Woodward Theater, Cincinnati, Ohio
March 18, 2016: They Might Be Giants, Madison Theater, Covington, Kentucky *
April 9, 2016: The Mountain Goats, The Vogue, Indianapolis, Indiana
May 15, 2016: Wanda Jackson, Southgate House Revival, Newport, Kentucky

Really excited about the X______X show--seminal legends don't come to town everyday, and it's a FREE show.

They Might Be Giants has an * because there's a possibility I might see Webb Wilder the same night at Natalie's in Worthington (suburban Columbus), Ohio. But March 18 is a Friday and that would be tough to make due to work.

Outside chance I might see Eternal Summers at Ace of Cups in Columbus, Ohio on January 17, 2016 but that's only if everything goes smoothly this coming week--which probably won't happen. :(

stu666 01.10.2016 09:12 AM

Thurston Moore & Steve Noble - London, January 21st
Miaux, Vom Grill, DSR Line + Thurston Moore (DJ'ing) - London, February 17th
Lydia Lunch Retrovirus - London, March 6th

evollove 01.10.2016 09:43 AM

^ Every Stu post in this thread fills me with envy.


Quote:

Originally Posted by Drjohnrock

They Might Be Giants


If you're a fan and have never seen them, I highly recommend. They don't put on a show, they host a party. Tons of fun.

Drjohnrock 01.10.2016 12:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by evollove
^ Every Stu post in this thread fills me with envy.




If you're a fan and have never seen them, I highly recommend. They don't put on a show, they host a party. Tons of fun.




Yes, Stu666 always seems to have good gigs coming up. That All Tomorrow's Parties lineup in particular is quite impressive.

Even though I wouldn't call myself a fan of TMBG, I've liked what relatively little I've heard from them. It's just that there's so much music, so little time to check everything out that I'd like to check out. I'm leaning toward seeing them as opposed to Webb Wilder because as good as Webb is, he seems to come around more often than They Might Be Giants.

halgreen 01.16.2016 12:46 PM

I saw Jake Meginsky and Bill Nace do solo sets in New Orleans last night. So great, never seen either of them before outside of youtube videos. It was at a fashion show in a small gallery and they cleared the room except for me and a few others sitting down in front of them.

They were both super friendly dudes. I asked Bill Nace about another Body/Head record and he said they should be recording one soon.

stu666 01.18.2016 05:08 PM

March 30th - Michael Gira, Thurston Moore, Laura Cannell - Barbican, London UK
April 9th - Thurston Moore, Steve Noble, Alex Ward, James Sedwards, Jem Doulton - Cafe OTO, London, UK

halgreen 01.18.2016 10:01 PM

Can't believe Skullflower is coming to New Orleans Feb 28th...
They're also playing in Houston if anyone is in the area
http://badassweekend.net/

Toilet & Bowels 01.19.2016 03:39 AM

Tony Allen + Jimi Tenor - 23rd Jan
Peter Brotzmann & Heather Lee - Feb
75 Dollar Bill - Feb

A Thousand Threads 02.03.2016 07:19 AM

we're opening for the residents tonight.
whoo

A Thousand Threads 02.03.2016 08:28 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by A Thousand Threads
we're opening for the residents tonight.
whoo


we were brilliant.
residents sucked.

they kicked us out of a 300qm backstage zone.

tesla69 02.04.2016 04:35 PM

William Hooker in residency at the Stone next week!

THE STONE RESIDENCIES / WILLIAM HOOKER'S RADIANCE / FEB 9-FEB 14

2/9 Tuesday 8 pm - GREEN I - David First (guitar) Eri Yamamoto (piano) Reut Regev (trombone) William Hooker (drums) GREEN II - JD Parran (reeds) Edward Ricart (guitar) Luke Stewart (bass) William Hooker (drums)

2/10 Wednesday 8 pm - BLUE I - Ted Daniel (trumpet) Dick Griffin (trombone) Hill Greene (bass) Larry Roland (bass) William Hooker (drums) 10 pm - BLUE II - Michael Attias (reeds) Chris Welcome (guitar) David Soldier (mandolin) Shayna Dulberger (bass) William Hooker (drums)

2/11 Thursday 8 pm - INDIGO I - Steve Dalachinsky, Lisa Sokolov (voices) AR'BRAF (rapper) Jesse Henry, Dave Ross (guitars) William Hooker (drums) 10 pm - INDIGO II - Louie Belogenis (reeds) Bern Nix, Cristian Amigo (guitars) William Hooker (drums)

2/12 Friday 8 pm - RED I - Tom Hamilton (electronics) David Soldier (mandolin, guitar) Bruce Eisenbiel (guitar) William Hooker (drums) 10 pm - RED II - Andrew Lamb (sax) Mark Hennen (piano) William Hooker (drums) Adam Lane (bass)

2/13 Saturday 8 pm - ORANGE I - Jessica Pavone (viola) Chris Pitsiokos (alto sax) Kyoko Kitamura (piano) William Hooker (drums) 10 pm - ORANGE II - Mixashawn Lee Rozie (sax) Alan Licht (guitar) William Parker (bass) William Hooker (drums)

2/14 Sunday 8 pm YELLOW I - Matt Lavelle (trumpet) Mike Noordzy (bass) Ras Moshe (reeds) Tor Snyder (guitar) William Hooker (drums) 10 pm - YELLOW II - Anthony Pirog (guitar) Jon Irbagon (reeds) Luke Stewart (bass) James Brandon Lewis (sax) William Hooker (drums)

There are no refreshments or merchandise at The Stone. Only music. All ages are welcome. Cash Only at the door. There is no phone. There is no food or beverage served or allowed just a serious listening environment. The Stone is booked purely on a curatorial basis.

tesla69 02.06.2016 05:50 PM

Wednesday, February 10
at 8:30 PM - 11:30 PM in EST
Trans-Pecos
9-15 Wyckoff Ave, New York, New York 11385

Canticum Interr_ptus?
'New breeds in music and media performance
Interrogating the Song...'

daVid LinTon hosts:

8:30
Jeremy Slater ( )

9:00
Marnie Jaffe - (Live Skull bassist and vocalist in her first ever solo performance!)

9:30
The Flag - Ted McGrath

10:00
o13 - Mark C & Kent Heine

11:00
Hallicrafters - Eric Hubel & Algis Kizys

8 PM Door
TRANS PECOS
8 bux$

********
"Canticum Inter_ptus? New breeds in Music & Media Performance... interrogating the Song"
is curated by david Linton / The Mission for Temporal Art

_tunic_ 02.17.2016 05:00 AM

Sun Kil Moon and Jesu and Steve Shelley
in Paris
on 22 Feb

:-)

rappard 02.17.2016 05:50 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by _tunic_
Sun Kil Moon and Jesu and Steve Shelley in Paris on 22 Feb

Oh, nice! Is that the closest they'll get to NL? The record really hasn't clicked with me yet. Looking forward to your recording. ;-)

Mine, family life permitting:
* 19/03, The Ex
* 09/04, Lee "Scratch" Perry
* 11/04, Michael Gira
* 13/05, Tim Hecker
* 14/06, Sunn O)))

_tunic_ 02.17.2016 07:18 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rappard
Oh, nice! Is that the closest they'll get to NL? The record really hasn't clicked with me yet. Looking forward to your recording. ;-)

indeed, they only play very few dates, some in Scandinavia and one in Paris and none in Netherlands or Belgium. I can combine it with work, otherwise I wouldn't have gone there only for this show

ilduclo 02.17.2016 10:21 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Toilet & Bowels

Peter Brotzmann & Heather Lee - Feb
75 Dollar Bill - Feb


I get to see Herr Brotz with the 4tet this May, I'll take my copy of Machine Gun to get it signed!

75$ is a fun show, kind of an avant dirty blues. They played here in Tiny Town and I was impressed. I also heard an NYC taper set that I didn't think as much of.....let me know how you find em. Nice guys!

Seeing Dave Douglas tonite. I really liked some of his earlier stuff better (Sanctuary, in particular) but he's always at least somewhat enjoyable, bad features Linda Oh on bass, who I've never heard, but heard good things about and Jon Irabagon who I've heard in MOPDTK, but never seen live.

ilduclo 02.17.2016 10:23 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rappard
Oh, nice! Is that the closest they'll get to NL? The record really hasn't clicked with me yet. Looking forward to your recording. ;-)



did you see these sets upcoming?

3/30-4/8/16 UNNATURAL WAYS EUROPEAN TOUR
Mendoza- guitar, sing / Tim Dahl- bass / Sam Ospovat- drums

3/31 in Utrecht, NE @ RASA, Pauwstraat 13-A, 3512 TG Utrecht, Netherlands
4/1 in Amsterdam, NE @ Bimhuis

rappard 02.17.2016 10:38 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ilduclo
Did you see these sets upcoming?

3/30-4/8/16 UNNATURAL WAYS EUROPEAN TOUR
Mendoza - guitar, sing / Tim Dahl - bass / Sam Ospovat - drums

3/31 in Utrecht, NE @ RASA
4/1 in Amsterdam, NE @ Bimhuis

Thanks for the heads-up, but > 15 euro ticket prices (not to mention the travel time) are too much for shows I'm only casually interested in. Perhaps I should start a Kickstarter "Will Tape for Tickets"? ;-)

ilduclo 02.17.2016 10:54 AM

yeah, I know the feline. I don't get up to Seattle or PDX often enough. Missed the SIMP in Seattle, good line up there, and some good stuff in Portyland, as well..;(

stu666 03.04.2016 02:29 AM

Nĝught, Golden Oriole and Alex Ward and Jem Doulton's Dead Days Beyond Help project performing with Alan Wilkinson - March 13th


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