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Rob Instigator 07.26.2018 07:51 AM

Rich Homie Quan tomorrow......

hirsute_biped 08.03.2018 04:29 PM

Saw MBV for the first time on my birthday a few weeks ago, 'twas radical...

Severian 08.14.2018 12:05 PM

I’m going to see Deafheaven don’t @ me.

Peterpuff 08.28.2018 04:44 PM

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Originally Posted by Severian
Iím going to see Deafheaven donít @ me.


Saw them in Dallas during Sunbather. It was actually a great show. You should enjoy it.

I just got a ticket to Breeders in early October, who decided to bless me with an OKC show. It's crazy how pumped I actually am for this.

And Primus in Tulsa next month. Always a treat for me.

Drjohnrock 08.31.2018 03:28 PM

Tonight I'm going to see Kid Congo Powers. And the club he's playing doesn't charge a cover. It doesn't get much better than that.

Bertrand 09.06.2018 12:28 PM

The Brian Jonestown Massacre, La Luz, Spiritualized, Flamingods and more bands I've never heard play a whole song for Levitation Festival - not in Austin, in Angers, in 2 weeks
Next will be les Wampas, in a small town
I'm looking forward to seeing Kikagaku Moyo live, in Paris, in november
I'll go to Belgium the following day for the Sonic City curated by Courntey Barnett festival (Dream Wife, Eleanord Friedberger, Drinks, Snail Mail...), in Kortrijk

Peterpuff 09.06.2018 03:49 PM

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Originally Posted by Bertrand
Dream Wife


I really, really want to see a show of theirs. Very jealous...

Bertrand 09.06.2018 04:07 PM

I've been quite instantly turned on to their music by a friend. I love their guitar sound.

ilduclo 09.06.2018 04:39 PM

Sult Saturday

d.sound 09.09.2018 01:35 PM

Giant claw played last night but i had a migraine.

halgreen 09.30.2018 10:38 AM

I saw Charalambides on Friday in New Orleans. Death Posture opened up for them and played much quieter than I think they normally do. If you didn't know, Death Posture is Rob Cambre, and Donald Miller from Borbetomagus, with Chris Robert on percussion. I was wearing my Dead C shirt and Donald kept on going on and on about 'Malcolm' Morley lol. If Charalambides plays near you make sure you check it out!

Drjohnrock 10.02.2018 09:02 PM

Going to see the second day of the two day Cropped Out Festival in Louisville KY. Check out the lineups:



http://croppedoutmusic.com/





Anthony Braxton and Half Japanese are the "big" acts but most of the others aren't anything to sneeze at. Quin Kirchner Group is a solid jazz combo, while Sadie--from what I've heard of her recordings--just might make Hasil Adkins and The Residents sound normal by comparison.

ilduclo 10.06.2018 08:58 AM

Saw Michael Gira solo with Norman Westberg...Gira set was okay, he played a bunch of all new Swans material that will be upcoming in next tour...his lyrics are overly sick/fuck to me, though, some to the point of being actually amusing. Westberg’s set was pretty cool...

Next up Min Xiao Fen solo, then Shellac on Monday

_tunic_ 10.06.2018 09:20 AM

Tonight: MONO
Tomorrow: MONO


probably Low and more Mono soon too!

guest 10.06.2018 10:14 AM

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Originally Posted by Drjohnrock
Going to see the second day of the two day Cropped Out Festival in Louisville KY. Check out the lineups:



http://croppedoutmusic.com/





Anthony Braxton and Half Japanese are the "big" acts but most of the others aren't anything to sneeze at. Quin Kirchner Group is a solid jazz combo, while Sadie--from what I've heard of her recordings--just might make Hasil Adkins and The Residents sound normal by comparison.


this lineup is a phat dream....lambkin/nace, tommy wright, bill direen, charalambides! their bills every year are a dream. also pls check out exek, ozstraliens representinnn

Rob Instigator 10.22.2018 09:12 AM

Went to go see HOuston hardcore legends JANITOR reunite for first show in 15 years, opening for Richie Ramone, and it was AWESOME. I filmed the whole 17 minute glory. https://youtu.be/0dqO4k_AuLw?t=61

Peterpuff 10.31.2018 08:32 PM

Got to see Breeders a few weeks ago and loved it.

Bertrand 01.07.2019 03:11 PM

Might go see EUT and later on Jacco Gardner next month.

_tunic_ 01.07.2019 03:37 PM

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Originally Posted by Bertrand
Might go see EUT and later on Jacco Gardner next month.



what? two Dutch bands in a month? tu es malade ou quoi?

I've never even heard of the band name EUT, never listened to Jacco but he should be cool to see live I guess.
Have fun :)

tesla69 01.18.2019 07:34 AM

Saturday, January 19th
Music Now! at Scholes Street Studio

7pm - Sumari with
Matt Lavelle-Trumpet & Bass Clarinet
Hill Greene-Bass
Tom Cabrera-Drums
Jack DeSalvo-Guitar

8pm - Music Now! with
Ras Moshe Burnett-Reeds
Dafna Naphtali-Voice & Electronica
Ken Filiano-Bass
Mara Rosenbloom-Piano
Leonor Falcon Pasquali-Viola
Matt Lavelle-Bass Clarinet
Andrew Drury-Percussion

9pm - Lee Odom Ensemble with
Lee Odom-Reeds
Jen Giammanco-Electric Bass
Chris Forbes-Piano
Jeremy Carlstedt-Drums

10pm - Music Now! with
Warren Smith-Drums
Salim Washington-Tenor Sax
Ras Moshe Burnett-Tenor Sax
Lisette Santiago-Percussion
Dave Ross-Guitar
Larry Roland-Bass

Refreshments and light snacks available
Scholes Street Studio
375 Lorimer St, Brooklyn
The J, L trains to Lorimer St.
718-964-8763 / www.scholesstreetstudio.com

ilduclo 01.18.2019 12:51 PM

Hacke & de Picciotto at a small bookstore. Should be pretty great

Bytor Peltor 03.29.2019 12:27 AM

I’ll be in Abilene this weekend and unable to attend, but Black Leather Jesus are playing Houston Saturday night

However, I will be attending the Peter Brotzmann / Heather Leigh show in May : )

Peterpuff 04.02.2019 10:09 AM

I've got Black Moth Super Rainbow coming up in a few days. Really been wanting to see them for awhile now. Really, REALLY small venue too. One of my favs to see shows at.

Bytor Peltor 04.02.2019 04:07 PM

I didnít realize they were still active......even a new album last year. There music is great on mixtapes. Enjoy the show!

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Originally Posted by Peterpuff
I've got Black Moth Super Rainbow coming up in a few days. Really been wanting to see them for awhile now. Really, REALLY small venue too. One of my favs to see shows at.


Antagon 04.02.2019 05:02 PM

I just went to a gig of one of my friends. Her band was co-headlining with the Atlanta-based outfit Material Girls. I didn't know them beforehand, but now I do, oh do I. That was a fucking phenomenal gig. They're a fine blend of early 80s Dancepunk in the vein of Bush Tetras or Delta 5, some James Chance-esque jazzy No Wave, dark bluesy crooning a la Crime And The City Solution or early Nick Cave and some gloomy slow Goth numbers with a certain Siouxsie twist. And they fucking milked it for all it's worth. They would constantly change the parts they were playing. Four of them got to sing a few tracks, each of them in their destinct style. And they would pass around instruments like it was some kind of currency - with highly energetic antics to boot. And that sweet bass. Fuck, I'm impressed.

Peterpuff 04.03.2019 08:59 AM

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Originally Posted by Bytor Peltor
I didnít realize they were still active......even a new album last year. There music is great on mixtapes. Enjoy the show!


Hey, thanks, man. I will enjoy it!

Yeah, I did not realize they were still active either until I saw them listed on the venue's website. That album also totally slipped under my radar.

Toilet & Bowels 04.03.2019 01:43 PM

I'm seeing The Renderers on Saturday which I'm very excited about

GravitySlips 04.03.2019 01:58 PM

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Originally Posted by Toilet & Bowels
I'm seeing The Renderers on Saturday which I'm very excited about


From New Zealand?
Are they touring the UK (if so)?

Toilet & Bowels 04.03.2019 05:23 PM

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Originally Posted by GravitySlips
From New Zealand?
Are they touring the UK (if so)?

Yes from New Zealand. Don't know about a tour but they are paying in London

Toilet & Bowels 04.03.2019 05:36 PM

They fb page only mentions a London show and doesn't say anything about a tour

GravitySlips 04.04.2019 04:22 AM

OK, thanks - too little time for me to make it down to London, unfortunately. Shame because they're a great band, would've loved to see them.

Hope you enjoy the gig.

jimbrim 04.08.2019 04:33 PM

I saw Bill Orcutt and Chris Corsano play solo sets and then as duo on Friday and it was incredible

I was planning to see Twig Harper and Bill Nace in London at the end of the month but now contemplating grabbing a ticket for Colour Out of Space festival and seeing them there instead

Toilet & Bowels 04.09.2019 08:16 AM

Bill Nace is playing with Samara Lubelski a few days after COoS at Iklektik

Toilet & Bowels 04.11.2019 07:56 AM

My gig schedule for the next few months:

Chie Mukai
Glands of External Secretion, Bill Nace + Twig Harper
Bill Nace + Samara Lubelski
Pain Jerk & Russell Haswell
Maya Dunietz playing the music of Tsegue Mariam Guebrou
Constant Mongrel
Apartment House playing Linda Catlin Smith
A performance of a new piece of music by Catherine Lamb
And a couple of other things hopefully

Antagon 06.04.2019 02:04 PM

Lydia Lunch & Big Sexy Noise in less than an hour.

Peterpuff 06.04.2019 05:02 PM

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Originally Posted by Antagon
Lydia Lunch & Big Sexy Noise in less than an hour.


Enjoy it! Never seen Lydia, but would love to. Very jealous.

Peterpuff 06.05.2019 08:55 AM

Probably not hitting all these, but this is my "of interest" list for upcoming shows:

6/13 - Thundercat - Tower Theater
6/24 - Bela Fleck and Flecktones / Victor Wooten
6/27 - American Football - Dallas - Trees
6/30 - Appleseed Cast - 89th Street Collective
7/1 - X - Tower Theater
7/12 - Broncho/Colourmusic/Deerpeople
7/22 - Built to Spill - Tower Theater
7/26 - We Were Promised Jetpacks - Dallas - Club DaDa
7/28 - Alice Cooper - OKC Zoo
8/8 - Pedro the Lion / MeWithoutYou - Tower Theater
8/9 - Pedro the Lion / MeWithoutYou - Dallas - Canton Hall
8/14 - This Will Destroy You - Tower
9/29 - Nick Offerman - Criterion
10/7 - Animal Collective - Cain's Ballroom
10/20 - Tenacious D - Criterion
10/22 - Wilco - Cain's Ballroom
10/24 - Explosions in the Sky - Criterion
11/8 - Sleater-Kinney - Dallas - House of Blues

EVOLghost 06.05.2019 02:21 PM

Tenacious D are doing shows? Oh man. I’ve always wanted to catch them live!!

Peterpuff 06.05.2019 02:41 PM

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Originally Posted by EVOLghost
Tenacious D are doing shows? Oh man. I’ve always wanted to catch them live!!


Yeah, I am pretty excited about that one, actually. Just for the good times it should be. They look to have a short Europe stint booked, then about 20 U.S. shows scheduled.

_tunic_ 06.22.2019 05:41 PM

Neil Young is coming by in July with Promise Of The Real. Heavily contemplating to go, so I probably will, even though I would much rather see him again with the Crazy Horse. He's the only artist I would pay the big money for. Standing ticket was like 85 Euros



Also Graham Nash. Not sure yet if I would be seeing him though, but it's half the price as Neil


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