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Old 08-22-2014, 08:30 PM   #3451 (permalink)
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Finally got to cross Against Me! off my bucket list. They rocked the ****ing house last night at the Phoenix Theater in Petaluma, CA. I got to chat with Laura Jane Grace for a bit after the show and was just such a fangirl. They played a lot of older stuff which was great, I wasn't expecting to hear everything I did.

In just a few weeks I'll be seeing Swans at the Independent in SF and couldn't be more stoked.
the first time i ever saw ALL was at The Phoenix....awesome theater

i'll call you nect week to set up plans for the day ....cannot wait for this show

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Going to see a triple bill with Sleep, Earthless, and Heavy Blanket this Sunday.

Should be ****ing amazing!

EARTHLESS Announce East Coast Dates with The Shrine
have to admit.....i'm jealous

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The legendary N.Y band The Toasters are making a very rare foray to the U.K next month and are playing only a few miles away for me to make a trip that should be even more momentous (watch this space)
i'm not even really much of a fan of ska....but i've seen the Toasters several times.....the first time i was hooked....these guys really put on a fun show....you'll have a blast
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Old 08-22-2014, 08:30 PM   #3452 (permalink)
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Yep, the other show is there too
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Hmm, what's this in my pocket?

*epic guitar solo blasts into my face*

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Old 08-24-2014, 04:08 AM   #3453 (permalink)
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Finally got to cross Against Me! off my bucket list. They rocked the ****ing house last night at the Phoenix Theater in Petaluma, CA. I got to chat with Laura Jane Grace for a bit after the show and was just such a fangirl. They played a lot of older stuff which was great, I wasn't expecting to hear everything I did.

In just a few weeks I'll be seeing Swans at the Independent in SF and couldn't be more stoked.
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Swans in a few weeks in Denver. Excited as hell.
Enjoy. They're sounding great.

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Going to see a triple bill with Sleep, Earthless, and Heavy Blanket this Sunday.

Should be ****ing amazing!

EARTHLESS Announce East Coast Dates with The Shrine
Oh....**** you, Sir.

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Was supposed to go to Alt Fest last week but it was cancelled with just 2 weeks to go and certain ticket selling websites have gone down too so not much chance of refunds but in true British grit style we have managed to reschedule time off and snag a small but intriguing festival next week : Arc Tangent. On the bill amongst others:

Mono
Lite
God Is An Astronaut
Bats (love this band)
Russian Circles
This Will Destroy You
Tall Ships
Tera Melos
Crippled Black Phoenix
El Ten Eleven

and many more bands I don't really know TBH!

The legendary N.Y band The Toasters are making a very rare foray to the U.K next month and are playing only a few miles away for me to make a trip that should be even more momentous (watch this space)

Opeth and Dreadzone over 2 consecutive nights in October.

The obligatory Damnation one day festival in November with Funeral For a Friend (who are a bit crap) playing at my local pub for some bizarre reason in the same month.
I've never been to ArcTanGent but it looks like a great festival. Last years line-up was great too.

Go and see Year of No Light and We Are Knuckle Dragger! Charlie Barnes and And So I Watch You From Afar and pretty good too.

..............


I'm off to Doomsday today. A local, annual all-dayer of doom and horribleness.

Very much looking forward to the mighty Karma to Burn, as well as Oxford-based stoner metal band Desert Storm, Lords of Bastard from London and local Down-esque stoner metal band Druganaut. And theres still other good stuff to look forward to I havent mentioned.




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Old 08-28-2014, 10:49 PM   #3454 (permalink)
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Going to see motherfucking Earth in about three weeks!

Going to see motherfucking Pig Destroyer with motherfucking Dropdead in December!
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Old 08-28-2014, 11:51 PM   #3455 (permalink)
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living in Seattle had one of several benefits.....seeing Earth often was one of them.....you'll really dig them live

Pig Destroyer is also a blast live

Dropdead?!?

reunion?

very jealous
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John Mayall in a few days. Sold out show in one of my favorite small venues. Haven't seen him live since he opened a show for Peter Green back in 2000 (what a great show that was!) should be a lot of fun!

John Mayall - Welcome to the Official John Mayall Website!


On Friday, I'll be going back to see Nik Turner's Hawkwind for the second time in the past 11 months. He put on such an enjoyable show the last time, I just couldn't resist seeing him again. Witch Mountain and Hedersleben (who also double as Nik's backing band) will be opening the show.

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And on Monday the 15th, it will be King Crimson! I've been eagerly awaiting this show since Frownland mentioned the upcoming tour in this thread at the beginning of June. A must-see show, especially since I've never had the pleasure of attending a live King Crimson show.

DGM Live!


Then on Tuesday the 16th, I'll be seeing The Eagles perform a benefit concert for the Walden Woods Project, the Massachusetts-based charity founded in 1990, which helps preserve Henry David Thoreau's Walden Woods and applies Thoreauís philosophy through various educational programs. Never seen them before, other than Don Felder (who is no longer with the band) and I rarely listen to them these days, but Walden Pond and Walden Woods are where I spent (or misspent) many enjoyable hours on many occasions during my teens (often while skipping classes or full days of school) so the cause is both worthy and near and dear to me.

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And on Friday the 19th, I'll be seeing Luther "Guitar Jr." Johnson & The Magic Rockers, for the second time in the past 8 months, getting my fix of fine Chicago style blues from one of the best in the business.

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Old 09-07-2014, 09:44 AM   #3457 (permalink)
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Spoon for sure, still trying to sell my dad on Slowdive and Low, and Cymbals Eat Guitars and Bob Mould.
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Old 09-07-2014, 06:10 PM   #3458 (permalink)
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Just got a Young Marble Giants ticket a few days back. Should be good!
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Just got a Young Marble Giants ticket a few days back. Should be good!
They're back together? Awesome! I kind of wonder how well their music translates to live shows - that's one of the reasons I really want to see Low.
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Old 09-07-2014, 07:16 PM   #3460 (permalink)
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They've been back playing for a while I think. I actually saw them a few years ago at ATP, and thought they were brilliant, although I was extremely high. I don't smoke now, so hopefully it translates as well sober

If you make it to see Slowdive and Low, I will be extremely jealous btw. Slowdive should really do the decent thing and tour the UK, ASAP.
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