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    Isn't that expected, we live in Los Angeles. We sell the 2nd most tickets in the country (after NY) and have probably the consistently worst crowds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xuclarockerx View Post
    so they're one of those bands that doesn't play their "radio hit" huh
    What, Start Chopping? That wasn't the same band really.

    And Spooks, fuck you SO HARD. That set list is incredible, those guests are great, what a choice of covers. I really, really wish I was there. Seriously, go count your dick.
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    Go count your dick
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmack86 View Post
    What, Start Chopping? That wasn't the same band really.

    And Spooks, fuck you SO HARD. That set list is incredible, those guests are great, what a choice of covers. I really, really wish I was there. Seriously, go count your dick.
    Probably talking about Feel The Pain. But yes, that wasn't the same band either.

    And thirded, fuck you Spooks.

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    Dinosaur Jr. are so fucking good. Fuck you Spooks.

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    "The boy with a thorn in his side" sounds weird from Dinosaur jr. The vocals are muttered over Johnny Marrs guitar .
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    Quote Originally Posted by fudgumslover View Post
    Was anyone else at Simian Mobile Disco last night? It was fucking sweet.
    I was a bit annoyed because I had received bad information on set times for the night. Was told they were going to go on at 10. Got there and saw they were scheduled for 1045 and then they didn't go on til about 1130.

    The timing wouldn't have been that bad if it didn't mean I had to endure the annoyance that was the Fixed guys for an hour and a half. Christ they're awful. Pretty sure they're completely tone deaf too.

    That said, SMD were fantastic. Could have stood to play for a bit longer, but other than that, fantastic.

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    Hot Snakes were incredible! Tight show with almost perfect sound in a small club. I don't have a lot of reference for these guys as far as past live performances and how good they usually are but, from what I've seen of them at FYF and tonight at Alex's Bar, they are consistent, driving and unforgiving in their approach. Fuzzy guitars, melodic bass lines, pounding drums and howling vocals with almost no pauses between songs. No onstage "banter" from Rick Froberg... or very little anyway. They're amazingly good players all around and look like they love what they're doing. Me too! Opening acts, Night Marchers and White Murder were good. But neither were near the level of Hot Snakes, even though Night Marchers is 2/3rds of the same band.

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    Good seeing you as well, sonnyboy. Good god were Hot Snakes thunderous. I had heard amazing things about their live show, but I wasn't expecting that. Completely floored.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FEELS View Post
    Probably talking about Feel The Pain. But yes, that wasn't the same band either.

    And thirded, fuck you Spooks.
    They play Feel the Pain all the time.
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    I finally made it through a listen of Sun Kil Moon - Benji and had put it on maybe 4 times til I could finally feel mentally like, "just fuck it just let this guy blabber on" while I'm doing paperwork .
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    Yeah, I was going to say. But you really shouldn't expect Feel the Pain at a show dedicated to You're Living All Over Me. They're gonna draw from that general era of the band.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sonnyboy11 View Post
    Hot Snakes were incredible! Tight show with almost perfect sound in a small club. I don't have a lot of reference for these guys as far as past live performances and how good they usually are but, from what I've seen of them at FYF and tonight at Alex's Bar, they are consistent, driving and unforgiving in their approach. Fuzzy guitars, melodic bass lines, pounding drums and howling vocals with almost no pauses between songs. No onstage "banter" from Rick Froberg... or very little anyway. They're amazingly good players all around and look like they love what they're doing. Me too! Opening acts, Night Marchers and White Murder were good. But neither were near the level of Hot Snakes, even though Night Marchers is 2/3rds of the same band.

    Great night and good seeing you TallGuy- awesome times!
    This was a really good review - thanks for sharing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmack86 View Post
    Yeah, I was going to say. But you really shouldn't expect Feel the Pain at a show dedicated to You're Living All Over Me. They're gonna draw from that general era of the band.
    I dunno, they played Feel the Pain in the encore of the Bug show I saw last December.
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    How to Dress Well and the opener Beacon were excellent at the Soda Bar tonight. HTDW's voice is much more fragile and wavering live but I liked it and the band/instrumentation sounded great. I can't help but wonder how he manages to seem to happy and excited about the performance when the lyrics to nearly every song speak so specifically about his close friend's death. Very beautiful music, though. Beacon sounded awesome as well, excellent forward-thinking pop/rnb with a dope voice.

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    The Mission
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    Sept. 3: 9:30 Club, Washington, D.C.
    Sept. 4: Trocadero, Philadelphia, PA
    Sept. 5: Irving Plaza, New York, NY
    Sept. 6: Lee’s Palace, Toronto, ON
    Sept. 7: House of Blues, Chicago, IL
    Sept. 10: Club Nokia, Los Angeles, CA
    Sept. 11: LVCS, Las Vegas, NV
    Sept. 13: Regency Ballroom, San Francisco, CA
    Sept. 14: Aladdin Theater, Portland, OR
    Sept. 15: Showbox Theater, Seattle, WA

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    Quote Originally Posted by ods.. View Post
    How to Dress Well and the opener Beacon were excellent at the Soda Bar tonight. HTDW's voice is much more fragile and wavering live but I liked it and the band/instrumentation sounded great. I can't help but wonder how he manages to seem to happy and excited about the performance when the lyrics to nearly every song speak so specifically about his close friend's death. Very beautiful music, though. Beacon sounded awesome as well, excellent forward-thinking pop/rnb with a dope voice.
    Nice to hear HTDW has a band now. The show I saw him do Karaoke style was one of the worst things I've ever seen (and that's coming from someone that has seen Kelly Osbourne perform). I haven't even listened to his new album due to that show being so awful.
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    well, for all intensive porpoises it is, will sell out within seconds tomorrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by betao View Post
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    nice of them to give us so much notice.

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    Fuck yes! Beacon?! Also with Sharon Van Etten?! Best news ever

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmack86 View Post
    What, Start Chopping? That wasn't the same band really.

    And Spooks, fuck you SO HARD. That set list is incredible, those guests are great, what a choice of covers. I really, really wish I was there. Seriously, go count your dick.
    When Frank came out, everyone went nuts especially this song. I seriously thought at the end of show, Robert Smith was gonna come out and sing Just Like Heaven with them. This show will definitely end up in my top 10 for sure

    Here's a review from BV...

    Throughout the 90s and the first half of the 2000s, Dinosaur Jr. was one of the last rock groups you would have expected to get the old band back together, go on tour, and record new music--not to mention new music that's every bit as good as anything the original lineup made in the 80s. When J Mascis unceremoniously kicked out Lou Barlow, his high school friend and longtime bandmate, in 1989, it seemed like a mercy killing of the original lineup, which had devolved into a psychodramatic mess, marred by lack of communication and irreconcilable personality difference between Mascis and Barlow. ("It makes me sick that I spent six or seven years putting my heart and soul into that band," Barlow told Cut zine in 1990. "They're sleazebag snob pigs like no one I have met in my entire life. J's always been an asshole.") Mascis and Murph, and then just Mascis, went on to record a string of major-label records throughout the 90s that, though inconsistent, contain some of Dinosaur Jr.'s best and most well-known songs.
    When Mascis killed Dinosaur Jr. in 1997, it seemed inconceivable that, a decade later, Mascis, Barlow and Murph would reunite. Time heals all wounds, I guess. It's perhaps less surprising that the band would be able to ably reprise their sprawling, melodic, blitzkrieg guitar-rock sound. Three records in to the latter-day reign of Dinosaur Jr., the band sounds as good as they ever have.
    On Saturday at Terminal 5, Dinosaur Jr. celebrated the 25th anniversary of the release of You're Living All Over Me, their second album and the one that made nonchalance cool, made the extended guitar solo cool (again), and wedded melodic tendencies with noise and feedback in a theretofore unheard of fashion in the indie rock underground. The band opened their set with "Thumb," from 1991's Green Mind, with Suzanne Thorp of Mercury Rev guesting on flute, before Mascis matter-of-factly announced that now they'd be playing You're Living All Over Me in full.
    A sleepy-looking Lee Ranaldo came out to share vocals with J on "Little Fury Things." Guests, some announced ahead of time, would be a recurring theme throughout the night, but not until later. Dinosaur Jr. ripped through the songs on their best album as if it were 1987 all over again. "Sludgefeast" was a punishing onslaught of guitar and staccato, gunfire drums, with Mascis's high lonesome whine cutting through the gain and distortion. "Tarpit" set off joyous dancing, propelled by Barlow's chunky bass chords and a deafening roar from Mascis's Jazzmaster that threatened to draw blood from the ears.
    Watching Barlow and Mascis play on stage, it's not hard to extrapolate the personality differences that created their rift. Barlow, with his black Rickenbacker slung low, literally bounces from one foot to the other when playing, the joy at doing just this very thing--playing to an audience--so evident. He smiles, he cracks jokes, he acts as if he's living through the music. Mascis, on the other hand, with his laconic, slowhands style and deadpan announcements ("All right. Thanks a lot. That was side one."), plays as if the music lives through him. He's the hermetic savant tuned in to a frequency no one else can hear.
    Barlow brought out a ukulele for "Poledo," the "awkward end to the amazing record," in his words. The cavernous space of Terminal 5 made the strident desolation of the song even more acute.
    The second half of the show is the stuff legendary bootlegs are made of. A succession of guests filed onstage to help Dinosaur Jr. play their songs, or to transform them into other bands entirely. The first was Frank Black, who sang and played guitar on "Almost Fare," from this year's I Bet On Sky. Next, the band plus Black covered one of Black's songs--"Tame," from The Pixies' Doolittle. Black roared the chorus, tossed a painting into the first rows of the crowd, and exited. Kurt Vile, whose band opened the show, and Al Cisneros from Sleep were next. Cisneros took over bass duties from Barlow for a couple of songs, including the doom metal glazer "Alone" from 1997's Hand It Over. Harvey Milk's Kyle Spence took the drums for that one.
    Smiths and Modest Mouse guitarist Johnny Marr and Broken Social Scene guru Kevin Drew emerged to play "The Wagon" with J, Lou and Murph. Then they covered Smiths track "The Boy With the Thorn In His Side," the words to which J was, uh, a little unsure of. Melvins drummer Dale Crover relieved Murph behind the kit for a skin-searing rendition of "Training Ground," a song by Mascis and Barlow's pre-Dinosaur hardcore band, Deep Wound. Don Fleming of Gumball and Dante Ferrando of Iron Cross helped the band cover "Crucified," and Kim Gordon gave a tempestuous performance on "Don't", Barlow's song from Bug that directly addresses the fractured relationship between him and Mascis. Gordon screamed, bellowed and cooed the song's one lyric ("Why don't you like me?") over and over again, dropping to her knees and falling to the stage like she was having an exorcism. It was intense. If Sonic Youth is over, she should start a hardcore band.
    The encore began with a cover of the Stooges classic, "T.V. Eye," with Tommy Stinson on bass and Fred Armisen (whose show, Portlandia, will feature an appearance from J Mascis in its upcoming third season) on drums. Dinosaur Jr. closed with two classics: "Start Choppin" and "Freak Scene," the song that invented the slacker generation. It was a poignant, circle-closing moment. "Because when I need a friend," J sang, "it's still you," we all responded. The night was an amazing tribute to a great band, 25 years removed from their (so-far) signature achievement and, improbably, still going strong.
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    Hi Johnny!


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    Quote Originally Posted by ods.. View Post
    How to Dress Well and the opener Beacon were excellent at the Soda Bar tonight. HTDW's voice is much more fragile and wavering live but I liked it and the band/instrumentation sounded great. I can't help but wonder how he manages to seem to happy and excited about the performance when the lyrics to nearly every song speak so specifically about his close friend's death. Very beautiful music, though. Beacon sounded awesome as well, excellent forward-thinking pop/rnb with a dope voice.
    Thanks for the write-up ods! I'm seriously considering going to his Echoplex show tomorrow, but I still can't decide between it and going to a screening of a restored version of: Manos: The Hands of Fate.
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    Sadly I didn't get to see Swans this year due to Hurricane Sandy but at least they're coming back next year

    Swans 2013 tour dates
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    2/13 Manning Bar Sydney, NSW, Australia
    2/16-17 ATP I'll Be Your Mirror Altona, VIC, Australia
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    3/16 Klub Stodola Warsaw, Poland
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    12/6 Zebulon Brooklyn, NY Colin doing a solo set, along with sets by Holly Miranda and her band, Sarah Neufeld on solo violin (Arcade Fire, Bell Orchestre), and Lone Wolf (aka Ryan Saywer). Then Colin, Sarah and Ryan will do a collaborative set with Stuart Bogie, Adam Roberts, and Ryan Ferreira.

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    Tour dates for Johnny Marr have been announced! General sales begin on 7 December 2012, with an exclusive pre-sale at johnnymarr.net.

    March 2013
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    Waterfront, Norwich – 11 March
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    Cause in very much goin to be in the uk when he tours.....

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    what the fuck are you talking about?
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    they need to do way instain mother
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    No Doubt has been putting on some stellar shows @ their residency

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    Quote Originally Posted by beetleguise View Post
    No Doubt has been putting on some stellar shows @ their residency
    The word 'stellar' must have been downgraded. Thanks for letting me know!

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    I saw them in 2009 at Verizon Wireless...didn't really feel a need to see them again esp. since the new album's pretty subpar.
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    Fleetwood Mac 2013 Tour Dates:
    04/04 – Columbus, OH @ Nationwide Arena
    04/06 – Philadelphia, PA @ Wells Fargo Center
    04/08 – New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden
    04/09 – Washington, D.C. @ Verizon Center
    04/11 – Louisville, KY @ KFC Yum! Center
    04/13 – Chicago, IL @ United Center
    04/16 – Toronto, ON @ The Air Canada Centre
    04/18 – Boston, MA @ TD Garden
    04/20 – Uncasville, CT @ Mohegan Sun Arena
    04/23 – Ottawa, ON @ Scotiabank Place
    04/24 – East Rutherford, NJ @ IZOD Center
    04/26 – Pittsburgh, PA @ CONSOL Energy Center
    04/28 – St. Paul, MN @ Xcel Energy Center
    04/30 – Kansas City, MO @ Sprint Center
    05/01 – Tulsa, OK @ BOK Center
    05/03 – Little Rock, AR @ Verizon Arena
    05/12 – Winnipeg, MB @ MTS Centre
    05/14 – Saskatoon, SK @ Credit Union Centre
    05/15 – Edmonton, AB Rexall Place
    05/17 – Calgary, AB @ Scotiabank Saddledome
    05/19 – Vancouver, ON @ Rogers Arena
    05/20 – Tacoma, WA @ Tacoma Dome
    05/22 – San Jose, CA @ HP Pavilion
    05/25 – Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood Bowl
    05/26 – Las Vegas, NV @ MGM Grand Arena
    05/28 – Anaheim, CA @ Honda Center
    05/30 – Phoenix, AZ @ US Airways Center
    06/01 – Denver, CO @ Pepsi Center
    06/04 – Dallas, TX @ American Airlines Center
    06/05 – Houston, TX @ Toyota Center
    06/07 – Tampa, FL @ Tampa Bay Times Forum
    06/08 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ BB&T Center
    06/10 – Atlanta, GA @ Philips Arena
    06/12 – Detroit, MI @ Joe Louis Arena

    This finally rules out Coachella, I guess. Wonder who the support is...

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    I couldn't see Fleetwood Mac at Coachella even if the dates didn't negate that.
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