Eric Prydz: EP/IC: 11/29 @ Aragon Ballroom
Coachella: 4/11-13 @ Empire Polo Fields
Yes you do.
Originally Posted by stinkbutt
She's some weirdo that teased the internet with a series of cryptic videos without saying who she was (which sparked for some reason speculation that it was Christina Aguilera going in some weird new direction), then when she finally revealed herself and her actual songs was revealed it was mediorcre and nothing special, but people still seem to love it anyway.
I mean, paulb loves her. So....there's that.
12/17: Pere Ubu @ Slims
12/18: Holograms @ Bottom of the Hill
12/28: Mathew Johnson, HRDVSION, Ewan Pearson, Kate Simko @ PW
1/18: Toy @ The Chapel
1/23: Wooden Shjips @ The Chapel
1/25: !!! @ The Chapel
1/25: Robag Whrume @ Public Works
2/4: Frankie Rose, The Mantles @ Rickshaw Stop
2/22: Xiu Xiu @ Bottom of the Hill
2/24: Courtney Barnett @ Rickshaw Stop
3/7: Anthony Naples, Four Tet @ Echoplex
3/23: Kraftwerk @ Fox Theater Oakland
lol, that's who that is? Hahahahaha, I remember that Christina thread. And even though there was *another* thread started about iamamiwhoami, the name is so stupid I never bothered to look into the music.
Always trust people who love blondes that make music.
Anyone going to the super serious show tonight at the virgil?
Everytime I see "The Virgil", I think of the Iron Sheik ranting about this guy:
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New York City finally gets Batty.
Bat for Lashes has added another US date at the New York Webster Hall on 30th August. Tickets go on general sale Friday 19th July at Midday ET.
11/23 Seth Troxler - Visionquest Party
11/24 Deltron 3030 - Fonda
12/3 Pretty Lights - Wiltern
12/5 2ManyDJs - Sound
12/7 Tourist - Lyric Theatre
12/8 KROQ Acoustic Xmas Night 2- Shrine
12/11 Banks - Hollywood Forever Masonic
12/20 Andrew Bird - Some Church
1/15 John Newman - El Rey
2/23 David Crosby - Troubadour
Hoping for full tour dates soon.
On sale Fri @ Noon
Belle and Sebastian were wonderful tonight. Completely worth the trip. One of the most pleasant bands in one of the most pleasant cities/venues. So glad I finally got to see them live.
I'll echo the Belle and Sebastian praise. such a genuine band. got to meet and talk to stuart for a little after the concert, he signed my ticket!
Cajmere / Cajual / Chicago, IL
Liars (Live) / Mute / Los Angeles, CA
Lil Silva / Good Years, Young Turks / Bedford, UK
IO ECHO (Live) / IAMSOUND / Los Angeles, CA
Jon Hopkins / Domino / London, UK
Miles / Modern Love / Berlin, Germany
Lamb of God/Killswitch Engage/Testament/Huntress - 2013 Tour Dates
Tue/Oct-22 Toronto, ON @ Kool Haus
Wed/Oct-23 Quebec City, QC @ Pavillon de la Jeunesse
Thu/Oct-24 Montreal, QC @ Metropolis
Fri/Oct-25 New York, NY @ Roseland Ballroom
Sat/Oct-26 Wallingford, CT @ Toyota Presents Oakdale Theatre
Mon/Oct-28 Columbus, OH @ LC Pavilion
Tue/Oct-29 Detroit, MI @ The Fillmore Detroit
Wed/Oct-30 Chicago, IL @ Congress Theater
Fri/Nov-01 Kansas City, MO @ The Midland by AMC
Sat/Nov-02 Grand Prairie, TX @ Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie
Sun-Nov-03 Socorro, TX Center – Free Show
Tue-Nov-05 Denver, CO @ The Fillmore Auditorium
Thu/Nov-07 Tempe, AZ @ Marquee Theater
Fri/Nov-08 Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood Palladium (no Testament)
Sat/Nov-09 Oakland, CA @ Fox Theater
Mon/Nov-11 Kent, WA @ ShoWare Center
Tue/Nov-12 Vancouver, BC @ Queen Elizabeth Theatre
Thu/Nov-14 Edmonton, AB @ Shaw Conference Centre
Fri/Nov-15 Calgary, AB @ Big Four
Sat/Nov-16 Saskatoon, SK @ Saskatoon Prairieland Park
Mon/Nov-18 St. Paul, MN @ Myth
Tue/Nov-19 Milwaukee, WI @ Eagles Ballroom
Wed/Nov-20 Grand Rapids, MI @ Orbit Room
Fri/Nov-22 Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom
Sat/Nov-23 Boston, MA @ House of Blues
Sun/Nov-24 Philadelphia, PA @ Electric Factory
Mon/Nov-25 Pittsburgh, PA @ Stage AE
Tue/Nov-26 Silver Spring, MD @ The Fillmore Silver Spring
Long live Issue Project Room! Tony Conrad, Omar Souleyman, No-Neck Blues Band, William Basinski and more!
Sat, August 31, 2013 to Sat, October 26, 2013
In Fall 2013, ISSUE Project Room celebrates its ten year anniversary with Ten Years Alive on the Infinite Plain— a two-month festival revisiting seminal past projects and initiating new relationships with over 50 emerging and established artists working across and between the disciplines of sound, dance, film, performance, and literature. Across more than 25 performances, including four special presentations at cultural institutions around NYC, the festival both reflects upon the last ten years and looks towards the future, as ISSUE prepares to occupy a newly-renovated historic theater in Downtown Brooklyn.
Since its inception in 2003 under the vision of late Founder Suzanne Fiol, ISSUE has evolved from a small East Village garage to an internationally-recognized leader for fostering experimental cross-disciplinary performance. Across 10 years of programming, music- and sound-based practices have served as the essential core of ISSUE’s programming, with explorations of language, theory, movement, and image folded into the overarching examination of innovative sonic art.
Supporter Robert Bielecki has offered ISSUE a special challenge grant opportunity for this festival. If ISSUE raises $20,000 in support for Ten Years Alive on the Infinite Plain by July 30, Bielecki will contribute an additional $10,000. Thanks to the generous support of over 100 new and renewing ISSUE Members, with just under 3 weeks remaining, we have currently raised more than 80% of our critical $20,000 campaign goal. JOIN OR RENEW NOW with a donation of $30 or more to help ISSUE celebrate a decade of groundbreaking experimental artistry.
The festival opens Saturday, August 31st at 3pm with an outdoor concert headlined by Syrian musical legend Omar Souleyman at Pioneer Works in Red Hook, Brooklyn. The day-long event includes psychedelia and space music from cult rock figure Bobb Trimble, Rick Brown and Che Chen's duo 75 Dollar Bill, and discursive and distinctive blues by guitarist Steve Gunn. Advance tickets are available to all ISSUE Members now.
The full calendar will be announced shortly, find more information about festival artists at http://10years.issueprojectroom.org.
Confirmed Artists Include:
Michelle Boulé & Okkyung Lee
Dawn of Midi
Jacques Demierre & Vincent Barras
Amen Dunes & Tom Thayer
David Grubbs & Susan Howe
Jonathan Kane's February
Jason Lescalleet & Graham Lambkin
No-Neck Blues Band
Aki Onda & Raha Raissnia
Duane Pitre & Eleh
Jen Rosenblit & C. Spencer Yeh
75 Dollar Bill
Ken Vandermark & Nate Wooley
Ann Liv Young
+ More TBA
Man, there is a lot to be jealous with that Issue Project Room. I have seen a number of those artists before and they are all fantastic.
Pearl Jam - Kaki King - Sarah Neufeld - Pan-American, Keith Fullerton Whitman, Ken Camden, Tim Hecker - Loscil, Stars of the Lid - Andrew Bird - Chris Thile - Laurie Anderson w/ Kronos Quartet - Coachella 2014 W1 - Chick Corea/Bela Fleck - Philip Glass Ensemble - Philip Glass
Hesitation Wounds (featuring Jeremy Bolm of Touché Amoré, Neeraj Kane of The Hope Conspiracy, Jay Weinberg formerly of Against Me! and Stephen LaCour formerly of Trap Them) - 2013 Tour Dates
All shows $5!
7/21 Oxford House - 951 N. Oxford Ave. 90029 Los Angeles, CA
7/22 Aladdin Jr 2 - 296 W. 2nd St. 91766 Pomona, CA
7/24 The Nile - 105 West Main St. 85201 Mesa, AZ
I don't mind a show that isn't packed sold, the GA pit had a good size crowd, but if its really going to be "the only CA show this year" blah blah at least put it on the weekend so people from north and south of SB can drive to it. People know the reputation of the venue alone now and will go it but Wednesday nights are tough. 2000-3000 person crowd aint bad for B&S though, who seemed in very high spirits last night compared to the last time I saw them.
Was great to see Stuart come out to the rail to meet with fans.
When I saw them at the B&S at the palladium in 2010 i remember guys fighting for setlists and flying over the barrier superman style to get them. I was shocked B&S fans would act like that but it was a good laugh. Definitely none of that. The most polite crowd to ever crawl on stage by a mile!!
The B&S show did awful in ticket sales.You could of still got pit tickets the week of.
Pere Ubu @ Silm's 12/17/13
Holograms @ Bottom of the Hill 12/18/14
Wooden Shjips @ The Chapel 01/23/14
!!! @ The Chapel 01/25/14
Frankie Rose @ Rickshaw Stop 02/04/14
Xiu Xiu @ Bottom of the Hill 02/22/14
Courtney Barnett @ Rickshaw Stop 02/24/14
Kraftwerk @ Fox Theater 03/23/13
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds @ The Warfield 07/07/14
SB bowl shows are always like that. Pit will "sell out" months in advance of the show, sometimes instantly at onsale, but the box office keeps a sizable portion of pit tickets for walk ups as the box office is open monday-friday without fees. This is a venue that is highly entwined with their local community. At some point that bunch of tickets is made available on ticketmaster closer to the show date. Also, realize that it is hard to judge ticket sales until the night of because there is not the same kind of buying clamor for tickets/shows in SB and Ventura counties; its all much more relaxed.
None of this is in defense of B&S selling well overall, the pit was about usual last night for the venue, and I just want to give my throughs/insight to the ongoings of the venue.
TL;DR Tickets are available closer to show. Don't judge before night of. Not LA clamor. SB Bowl is the best.
I'm looking forward to a chance at going to SB bowl. I really wanted to attend that Incubus show they had there yr and a half or so ago. But yeah hopefully something will pop up on a weekend that would be ideal.