Steve Winwood| Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds| Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds| Echo and the Bunnymen| Echo and the Bunnymen| Paul McCartney| Foxygen| FYF Fest| NIN/Soundgarden| Elvis Costello| Swans| Buzzcocks| King Crimson| Elton John| Kasabian| Massive Attack| Massive Attack| Slowdive| Tame Impala| DFA 1979| Fleetwood Mac| A Winged Victory for the Sullen
Ty Segall was solid last night, but goddamn Night Beats and Bleached were boring.
Sad to hear that about Bleached. i like the recorded stuff and Jennifer Clavin was always good live in both Mika Miko and Cold Cave
10/22/14 - TV On The Radio @ Regent // 11/9/14 - Bad Religion @ Mayan // 11/14/14 - Death From Above 1979 @ Regent // 11/16/14 - Lucero @ Echo
I thought Bleached were very good the other night at the el rey, although they were kind of dull opening for Japandroids.
^that is exactly how I felt about it. Great at the El Rey and not so good at the Fonda. So yeah, I found my way into Ty on saturday and it was really fun. This was maybe my 4th time seeing Pangea and they killed as always, seriously a band to look out for in the coming months.
It's not that Bleached were bad, it's that Ty Segall made everyone else look like amateurs; from a song writing perspective, energy wise, sonically etc.
1) Kim Gordon's new project!
BODY/HEAD (Kim Gordon & Bill Nace)//SIGHTINGS//JAKE MEGINSKY @ Union Pool Brooklyn
2)Titus Andronicus NYE show @ Glasslands Brooklyn
His speech from last year....
01/22 - Santa Ana, CA @ Observatory
01/24 - Denver, CO @ Gothic Theatre
01/25 - Dallas, TX @ South Side Music Hall
01/26 - Austin , TX @ ACL @ Moody Theatre
01/29 - New York, NY @ Terminal 5
01/30 - Philadelphia, PA @ Electric Factory
Swans will be back to LA.....I hope
Leonard Cohen in two hours!
I have never been to MSG before.
That will be an amazing show. I am very jealous.
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Rhythm is a dancer.
Trash Talk never cease to bring the awesomeness. Rotting Out was great too. Fuck Mellowhype, that was a trainwreck. I'm sure there will be some footage circulating the internet soon.
They're coming back to Brooklyn Masonic Temple!!!
Tickets on sale now: https://www.ticketprophet.com/events/9124/orders/new
I was happy with Leonard Cohen's show last night at MSG after the first set of a dozen songs; it was already longer than the 10-song set we got at Coachella and he had played 7 of those 10.
After he opened the second set with "Tower of Song" my wife said "OK, we can go now." She wasn't serious but I too was beginning to wonder, how could this be topped? Answer: "Suzanne", the inspiration for her post-high school tattoo. You may have known how my recap was going to go if you had seen him on this tour or looked over the setlists but that wasn't how I wanted to do this. And, of course, given the time and space to think I could have come up with more songs I wanted to hear (and then he'd play them) but I was entranced enough that my mind didn't wander like that.
Leonard Cohen started out his career as a dirty old man, so that doesn't come off weird. He didn't have any vocal range to begin with so there's no problem there; his uses his limited, gravelly voice well enough that he sounds great. A full set of his songs could come off as troublesome but he approaches everything with an odd combination of class and humor that kept me engaged, kept me there.
The sound at Madison Square Garden was somehow phenomenal and the seats they had set up on the floor were surprisingly comfortable. The couple in front of us left after the first set, a bunch of people left after a strange "Hallelujah" and others expressed surprise that he kept going after that. In all we got 29 songs, the rarest for this tour being two songs from New Skin..., "Chelsea Hotel #2" and "Lover Lover Lover."
This was amazing and wonderful and I am so glad I went.
Super Jealous because that sounds really really great.I need to re look at the setlist from last month yet I know if I dont I will just get upset at what songs I havent heard.
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posted this vid in FB, not sure if you can see this...
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5/03 Danny Brown at El Rey
5/23-25 Sasquatch! at The Gorge
6/14-15 Low End Theory Festival at Echoplex
6/22 Talib Kweli at Echoplex
7/11 J5 / Quannum Projects at Greek Theatre Berkely
8/25 - Nine Inch Nails / Soundgarden / Death Grips at Hollywood Bowl
Tycho - January 16, 2013 @ The Constellation Room in Santa Ana
Belly Up Tavern, San Diego
from The Glasshouse Facebook.. probably a band playing the cruise
We interrupt this SS Coachella cruise to let ya'll know to check theglasshouse.us tomorrow (thursday) at 10am for a special show announcement, on sale friday at noon, 4 ticket limit, will call only. $30. record store is closed so buy online only.
Probably Sleigh Bells
So... I heard the cruise was a disaster financially from my friend who knows Paul directly.. Anyone reporting back how it was on board yet?
2013 already starting to look mighty fine.
12/22 Soulwax, Kindness, Erol Alkan, Ego Troopers, Mixhell @ Brixton Academy
01/16 Solange @ XOYO
01/17 Young Fathers @ Shacklewell Arms
01/24 Daughter @ Hackney Empire
02/01 Metz @ Birthdays
02/05 Unknown Mortal Orchestra @ Cargo
02/08 Lord Huron @ The Lexington
02/11 Desaparecidos @ Electric Ballroom
02/12 The Bronx @ The Underworld
02/13 Killer Mike @ Birthdays
02/19 Mark Eitzel @ Bush Hall
03/05 of Monsters and Men @ Shepherds Bush Empire
03/07 Sigur Rós @ Brixton Academy
03/08 Sigur Rós @ Brixton Academy
03/21 Seams @ Electrowerkz
03/22 The Jezabels @ The Barfly
03/28 Foals @ Royal Albert Hall
04/01 Balmorhea @ The Lexington
04/02 Shout Out Louds @ The Lexington
05/02-05/04 Liverpool Sound City
05/30-06/01 Optimus Primavera
06/23 The xx @ Osterley Park
06/25 Tame Impala @ Hammersmith Apollo
HOLY CRAP! Yeah Yeah Yeahs at the Glasshouse! I'm so there.