Thanks Icey, I was wondering what the seating policy was.
Thanks Icey, I was wondering what the seating policy was.
Pemberton (7/18-20) ~ FYF (8/22-23)
Also, don't talk and don't leave your ringer on during the show, unless you want the owner to point you out in front of everyone and ask you to leave.
2/11 - Le Poisson Rouge - New York
2/12 - The Sinclair - Cambridge, MA
2/13 - Il Motore - Montreal, QC
2/14 - The Garrison - Toronto, ON
2/15 - The Empty Bottle - Chicago
2/16 - Cedar Cultural Center - Minneapolis
2/19 - Doug Fir Lounge - Portland
2/20 - Neumos Crystal Ball Reading Room - Seattle
2/21 - The Media Club - Vancouver, BC
2/24 - Public Works - San Francisco
2/25 - Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever - Los Angeles
Can't wait for that LA date
Wow, there are a lot of great shows happening in L.A. during February! Here are a couple more that I didn't see mentioned here:
Photek @ King King 2/15
Robert Glasper Experiment @ the Roxy 2/8
Iggy & the Stooges headlining Ink-n-Iron this year (thx SMA). Between this and Bad Religion at Musink I might be hitting both tattoo fests this year.
TNGHT on tour in SF on 4/20, leaving them available for Day 1 & 3 for both weekends.
Tycho is great. I coulda done without the Santa Ana BS venue in a business park and the fukin crabcore bands in the main room. Rants aside, his visuals were as good as I've seen in a while and there were a fair amount of new songs. A slight hiccup when a comp hit the floor but no matter. Loved it all.
Someone seriously asking about whether or not they should see Killing Joke here? Damn. The first Killing Joke record is a classic. Who cares how they are live now? Get out there and pay up.
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
On another note, I highly doubt they'll be touring anytime soon but it's exciting to hear that John Dyer Baizley & Pete Adams (of Baroness) will be opening for Neurosis on Sunday. This is their first musical outing since the band's horrific bus accident last summer. Can't wait for this rare acoustic? set!Corrections House (ft. Scott Kelly of Neurosis, Mike IX Williams of Eyehategod, Sanford Parker of Nachtmystium, and Bruce Lamont of Yakuza) Each of the members will do solo sets back-to-back-to-back before they all do a full set of music together.
presale on now. The Fonda and Pappy's shows are already sold out, but i picked up some for SLO, OC and SB. Superhumanoids opening the first 5 California shows so i'll be there early for all of these.
Thanks dude! I might have to drive up a day early for Jessie Ware it seems
I'd do it if it didn't go so late. Thanks for the invite.
Andrew Bird was amazing last night and definitely reminded me why he is my favorite artist. Several of you are going tonight or tomorrow, so I wont say more.
Does anyone know if you can buy non service charge tickets for Wiltern and Palladium shows on nights that they are open? I know Palladium sells tickets on Saturdays from 10-2 but it would be great if I could pick up Bad Religion with no charge tomorrow night before Pennywise. Does anyone know?
Pretty sure it's Saturday only. The entrance box office to the palladium is a total shit show when 5000 people are trying to get in, so they are definitely focused only on that night's show.
For the past four years the band have been conducting parapsychological experiments based upon the classic Ganzfeld ("total field") experiment, but with a twist: instead of sending and receiving simple graphic patterns, test subjects were put into a state of sensory deprivation by covering their eyes and listening to white noise on headphones, and then Matmos member Drew Daniel attempted to transmit "the concept of the new Matmos record" directly into their minds. The resulting transcripts of the videotaped psychic experiments became poetic and conceptual scores used by Matmos to generate the nine songs on this album.
IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR ANDREW BIRD LARGO SHOWS
I'm going to post this here each day from now through Friday, since not all of you have been to the Largo before.
Seats are assigned on a first come first serve basis. I Assignments start at 6. Doors open at 7.
Show starts at 8. You will not be let in the venue at all after show time. A closer reading of the rules shos they can refuse people beginning at 7:45
Thanks reverb. A few of us are meeting in the little room after the show if you want to meet us. Look for the Tall Guy
Anyone going to Birds Friday show?
Also for Friday. Henry Rollins at Mccabes in Santa Monica...
A few tickets for Henry Rollins' sold out shows on Friday have just come available and can only be purchased over the phone (310) 828-4497 or in the shop itself. If you've been waiting, now is your chance - these will certainly be gone in the next few hours!
moviebruin, Drinkey and I will both be at Andrew Bird on Friday. You're welcome to join us after. Send me a PM if you want my contact info
Bit late to discuss maybe... anyone else enjoy little big man jake bugg at the troubadour last night? phenomenal lad.
Tickets back on sale for Deadmau5 and Nero at the House of Blues. Not interested, but at least it's for a good cause. $264 each...
http://concerts.livenation.com/event...1?LID=u1132371All proceeds from this once-in-a-lifetime concert will benefit the Childrens Orthopedic Center at Childrens Hospital Los Angeles. All artists are donating their time for this wonderful cause.
Don't know if this has been posted yet:
Jeff Mangum 2013 Tour Dates:
01/18 –Lawrence, KS @ Liberty Hall *
01/19 –Oklahoma City, OK @ ACM, UCO –Performance Labs *
01/20 –Dallas, TX @ Majestic Theater *
01/21 –Houston, TX @ Cullen Theater, the Wortham Center *
01/23 –New Orleans, LA @ One Eyed Jacks *
01/24 –Tallahassee, FL @ The Moon *
01/25 –Gainesville, FL @ Florida Theater *
01/26 –Orlando, FL @ The Beacham *
01/28 –Augusta, GA @ Sky City *
01/29 –Charleston, SC @ Charleston Music Hall *
01/30 –Wilmington, NC @ Brooklyn Arts Center, St. Andrews *
01/31 –Charlotte, NC @ Neighborhood Theatre *
02/01 –Knoxville, TN @ Bijou Theatre *
02/02 –Asheville, NC @ The Grey Eagle *
02/04 –Charlottesville, VA @ Jefferson Theater *
02/05 –Wilmington, DE @ Dupont Theatre *
02/06 –York, PA @ Stand-Capitol Performing Arts Center *
02/08 –Hartford, CT @ The Great Hall in Union Station *^
02/09 –Portland, ME @ State Theater *^
02/10 –Providence, RI @ Lupo’s *^
02/13 –Ithaca, NY @ State Theatre *^
02/14 –Clifton, NY @ Hamilton College Chapel *^
02/15 –Poughkeepsie, NY @ Barvadon Opera House *^
02/16 –North Adams, MA @ Mass MoCA *^
03/24 –Santa Cruz, CA @ Rio Theatre
03/25 - Santa Barbara, CA @ Lobero Theatre
03/26 - San Diego, CA @ Spreckles Theatre
03/28 - Phoenix, AZ @ Crescent Ballroom
03/29 - Tucson, AZ @ Rialto Theatre
03/30 - El Paso, TX @ Tricky Falls
03/31 - Marfa, TX @ Goode Crowley Theatre
04/02 - Santa Fe,NM @ The Lensic
04/04 - Salt Lake City, UT @ The Depot
04/05 - Boise, ID @ Egyptian Theatre
*= w/ Tall Firs ^ = w/ The Music Tapes