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Old 12.11.2006, 11:07 AM   #26
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NWW, yes, and they were super (EDIT - please bear in mind that I have been a music fan for many more years than Glice, and consequently I know more than him about these things - I saw Dinosaur Jr in 1988, you know). Ashtray Navigations I missed, but by all accounts they were v good.

The others I saw on Friday were Richard Youngs (good), The Stooges (fucking kick-ass!), SY, and Dead C (Damn damn fine). friday also brought the weekend's biggest disappointment - not seeing Bardo Pond.

Saturday: Melvins (too much like Metallica), Deerhoof (I like!!!), New Blockaders / The Haters (lacked any tunes that can be whistled), Mats Gustaffson & EYE, followed by Corsano / Flaherty / C Spencer Yeh, followed by Brotzman / Bennink (all three blew me away), MV/EE (a bit directionless until Chris Corsano joined them) and Comets on Fire (not my kind of thing).

Sunday: Dino Jr (killer!!! - but not as good as in 1988), Bark Haze (A much better thingv to do on a Sunday than church could ever be), Notekillers (like a three piece Branca ensemble), MCIAA (one of the highpoints of my weekend), Alexander Tucker (not very attention-grabbing), Six Organs (like a folk Loop), NNCK (pretentious bollocks) and finally Sunburned Hand (a wonderful end to the weekend).
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