The whole live set vs dj set vs playing their own songs vs playing other people's songs conversation is incredibly inconsistent. Just seems to depend on the artist.
I ask because disclosure are very much a live band. I was just wondering how their dj sets go down. I have my answer now. Not as good.
Recondite 9/27 TBA
Gus Gus 10/8 The Roxy
Treasure Island 10/18
Jessy Lanza -2014 Tour Dates (dd/mm format)
30/04 Mercury Lounge - Ottawa *
02/05 Great Scott - Allston, MA *
03/05 North Star Bar - Philadelphia *
04/05 Santos Partyhouse - NYC *
05/05 Black Cat - Washington, DC *
08/05 Schubas Tavern - Chicago
09/05 7th Street Entry - Minneapolis
11/05 West End Cultural Centre - Winnipeg
12/05 Vangelis Tavern - Saskatoon***
14/05 Wunderbar - Edmonton
15/05 Saits the Gateway - Alberta
17/05 The Media Club - Vancouver **
18/05 Barboza - Seattle **
19/05 Holocene - Portland **
21/05 Bottom of the Hill - San Francisco **
23/05 The Garrison - Toronto
*with Ricky Eat Acid
**with Saint Pepsi
***with Twin Voices
December 31 - Matthew Dear/The Sword/Pallbearer
January 30 - Behemoth
February 3 - Zola Jesus
February 10 - 1349
February 28 - A Place To Bury Strangers
April 6 - Swans
April 10-12 - Coachella
April 17 - Clark/Nosaj Thing
May 8-10 - Austin Psych Fest
May 15-17 - Psycho California
June 24-28 - Glastonbury
Brian Jonestown Massacre
WED 7 MAY The Observatory Santa Ana, CA, US
THU 8 MAY Fox Theater Oakland, CA, US
Sat 10 MAY The Wiltern Los Angeles, CA, US
LOL or when he punched the speakers out of anger or choked that fan.
Also I dont know how someone can complain about Disclosure playing popular tracks when they're the most mainstream house act right now.
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High On Fire
Aqua Nebula Oscillator
All Them Witches
Pins of Light
In Cold Blood
Black Sheep Wall
And the Disclosure show sold out already. Looks like nobody cares.
Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever
How much can we pay for Lorde to not play?
Damn, that's the same night as Summer Camp.
10/16 Massive Attack @ Greek Theater (?), 10/18 Culture Collide, 10/26 Asobi Seksu & Slowdive @ Royale, 11/7 Warpaint @ Echoplex, 11/12 Blonde Redhead @ Fonda
Robot Ears pres. Harvey McKay
Saturday, April 5
*Should probably add that this is in Los Angeles, haha
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Machine Head (groove/heavy)
High On Fire (thrash/stoner)
Red Fang (stoner)
Power Trip (hardcore/crossover/thrash)
Jex Thoth (doom)
King Buzzo (blues/doom)
Big Business (sludge)
Here is a list and categorization of all the bands I would recommend seeing. They are all really good. Wasn't a fan of Machine Head until the last two albums or so, but those are pretty good. I've also heard good things about Lord Dying, but haven't listened to them yet.
King Buzzo was great last night for his birthday acoustic set. He really didn't change up the songs much. They just have a really dirty blues feel to them when played on an acoustic. He was in a great mood and really talkative. Not something I have seen much from him. All around great show, and I would highly recommend for any blues or doom fans.