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batreleaser 12.08.2012 11:02 AM

Royal Trux "Twin Infinitives" show in Brooklyn tonight
 
Anyone going?

I could use someone to chill with I couldn't find anyone into Royal Trux enough to make the trek with me.

stu666 12.08.2012 11:24 AM

What! I'd go with you. If I lived in New York :(

Toilet & Bowels 12.08.2012 11:54 AM

But seriously, how can you have you have Royal Trux without Jennifer Herrema though?

stu666 12.08.2012 12:11 PM

oh right, that makes things completely different then. I'm not going now. I didn't know that!

Toilet & Bowels 12.08.2012 12:14 PM

Yeah, it's Neil Hagerty plus lackeys.

batreleaser 12.09.2012 09:15 PM

it was pretty awesome and jennifer's replacement was insanely beautiful

Toilet & Bowels 12.10.2012 10:59 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by batreleaser
jennifer's replacement was insanely beautiful


good, the most important thing about a musician is what they look like

batreleaser 12.11.2012 06:25 AM

dont be a price, it was simply a bonus. in all my years listening to twin infinitives i never realized how danceable record that is. the whole front of the audience was dancing. it was great.

Genteel Death 12.11.2012 06:17 PM

I can't believe that the ''dance'' element to some of Royal Trux's music is being lauded only now by some American audiences.

Genteel Death 12.11.2012 06:21 PM

Anyway, masterpiece record and I would have loved to go to this.

foreverasskiss 12.11.2012 10:32 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Genteel Death
I can't believe that the ''dance'' element to some of Royal Trux's music is being lauded only now by some American audiences.


hehe. dick sucking faggot.

batreleaser 12.12.2012 10:21 PM

a lot of royal trux records have been funky, but ive definitely never danced to any of them, and it was a funky good time, so to speak

tesla69 12.13.2012 10:32 AM

Quite a lot of his solo work incorporates that old time rocknroll and it is hard not to want to boogie - in another time he would have had quite a few hits, he's written - let me say continued to write - some great songs since Trux fell apart.

tesla69 05.23.2013 08:21 AM

Thought I'd post this link in case anyone is interested, it'll be easy to miss

http://goldenlabrecords.wordpress.com/releases/

Neil Michael Hagerty Band & The Howling Hex – ‘The Hildreth Tapes’
3xLP in triple gatefold sleeve
Out Mon 29th July 2013. NOW AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER.
STRICTLY LIMITED TO 300 COPIES
30 + postage payable by paypal to goldenlabrecordings@hotmail.co.uk

Live NYC performances recorded by legendary taper Jim Hildreth documenting Neil Hagerty’s hugely prolific and stylistically expansive post-Royal Trux career during the period 2001 – 2010. Beautifully mastered for vinyl.
Featuring detailed liner notes by Matt Valentine (MV&EE), Keith Connolly (No Neck Blues Band) and Neil Hagerty, and wrapped in epic artwork by Lucy Jones (who also painted The Howling Hex’s Rogue Moon LP jacket), this is a beautifully presented collection of unbridled performances, stratospheric guitar heroics and a pioneering, new dialect of an old vernacular.
**First 75 copies ordered will include a free CD of bonus material culled from the same performances.**

Toilet & Bowels 05.23.2013 09:53 AM

Wow, thanks!


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