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PostPosted: Mon Oct 12, 2015 7:22 pm  Reply with quote
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Last- Autechre last night. A monumental beast of IDM sound sculpture. There's really nothing to compare it to... Huge sounds, throbbing bass, skittery beats... Fucking amazing.

Next- probably Bongzilla, unless Spirit Caravan sneaks in there beforehand.




Wait,Spirit Caravan is touring???!!!!


I am going to Autechre fo sho...


Wait ....
Spirit Caravan is touring????!!!!

WTFF?


Yes. And neither of you twonks will see them. Twisted Evil

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Yes. And neither of you twonks will see them. Twisted Evil


When did you become so bitter and twisted?

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elrrek wrote:
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Yes. And neither of you twonks will see them. Twisted Evil


When did you become so bitter and twisted?



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elrrek wrote:
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Yes. And neither of you twonks will see them. Twisted Evil


When did you become so bitter and twisted?



It's what happens when he forgets to do his Sunrise Salutation's....he get's all cranky and nasty...what a Yoga Pansy... Rolling Eyes

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finally caught Stars of the Lid last month after missing them several times for various reasons over the years.

was under the impression that with latter-day SotL, i would probably be hearing the string quartet they have now doing the lion's share of the work with only a bit of the old live SotL deafening guitar layers happening. but it turned out to be a good mix of the two. Seemed to be mainly material from the last 2 records, which makes sense as I think the tour coincides with the re-release of both of those.
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Lugubrious Audio RECs / Frux tapes night down at Empty Shop, Durham .. Stabbing Les, Outside To House and Novotny .. Good stuff all round. Really liked Novotny
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prolly go see Keith Whitman tomorrow night before he leaves these shores for Australia.

"Electronic musician and composer Keith Fullerton Whitman performs Ezra Pound Redactions, as part of Damon Krukowski: NOT TO BE PLAYED. The exhibition includes enlarged digital scans from the delaminated master disc of Poundís 1939 readings. Fullerton processes data from the scans through his analog-modular system to create complex sounds and real-time sonorizations. "

i'm not even sure what most of that means, but it'll probably beat picking my toes at home
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03.10.2015 Camden Underworld - Agnostic Front / Old Firm Casuals / Coldside: Killer!

05.11.2015. Camden Underworld - Bane / Code Orange

10.01.2016. Camden Underworld - H2O

30.01.2016. Camden Underworld - Terror / Wisdom In Chains

06.03.2016. Camden Electric Ballroom - Gorilla Biscuits / Modern Life Is War / Touche Amore

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Saw Battles and Mixhell on wednesday top night out
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Russian Circles on friday and Gnod on saturday both immense top weekend
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palehorse with ghold and qui in manchester last night, the sadness of saying farewell to the best two bass action since cop shoot cop tempered by being demolished by NANG!

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Swanzzzzzzzz.......Sat night.

They were actually great, and I appreciated not having to look at a shirtless Thor all night. The keyboardist who took his place brought something new (and good) to their overall sound. And he wore a shirt.
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Last show was Jean Michel Jarre at Bluedot festival, Next is Bloodstock open air.

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Been to:

Roadburn - 16/17 April, Tilburg (seen Neurosis x2, Blind Idiot God, Converge Blood Moon, Amenra x2, Mirros for Psychic Warfare, Brothers of the Sonic Cloth, a little of: Dead to a Dying World, Jakob)

Going to:

15.08.2016 - Neurosis, Leipzig
07.10.2016 - Batushka, Cracow
16-23.10.2016 - Unsound Fest., Cracow (Death Grips and others)
07-08.11.2016 - Neurosis, Earth, Discharge, London
16.11.2016 - Crowbar, Cracow
29.11.2016 - Vader, Cracow
07.12.2016 - Amon Amarth, Cracow
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Just saw Earth and Boris this past Saturday at the Grog Shop in Cleveland. Great show from both bands, especially Boris who played Pink in full. Saw them back in 2013 as well and was able to see Flood live and in full as well. Great luck!
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^ that's a good combo

saw Darkher album launch show over in Hebden Bridge the other day, very hypnotic dark mellowness with beautiful vocals , bit like a doomy Portishead.

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 25, 2016 7:26 pm  Reply with quote
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Got to zero gigs this summer Sad
But have tickets for a bunch coming up:
Plaid
Yob/Black Cobra
Killing Joke
John Carpenter
Meshuggah
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Extreme Noise Terror and Desecration the other night top night considering their was zero original members of ENT sniggering
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nothinger wrote:
Been to:

Roadburn - 16/17 April, Tilburg (seen Neurosis x2, Blind Idiot God, Converge Blood Moon, Amenra x2, Mirros for Psychic Warfare, Brothers of the Sonic Cloth, a little of: Dead to a Dying World, Jakob)

Going to:

15.08.2016 - Neurosis, Leipzig
07.10.2016 - Batushka, Cracow
16-23.10.2016 - Unsound Fest., Cracow (Death Grips and others)
07-08.11.2016 - Neurosis, Earth, Discharge, London
16.11.2016 - Crowbar, Cracow
29.11.2016 - Vader, Cracow
07.12.2016 - Amon Amarth, Cracow


Added:
06/10/2016 - Death in June, Wroclaw

Seems like no sleep for me between 6th and 7th October!
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This month I saw:

Shining (Nor) - pretty good,
Intronaut - excellent,
King Cimson - marvellous, truly marvellous,
YOB - possibly even better than KC was, which for me is saying a lot.

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elrrek wrote:
This month I saw:

Shining (Nor) - pretty good,
Intronaut - excellent,
King Cimson - marvellous, truly marvellous,
YOB - possibly even better than KC was, which for me is saying a lot.




You saw King Crimson??!!! You bastard!!! Do they still have William Reiflin AND Gavin Harrison on drums?

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(Should have PM'd this, I only realised when I got to the end and saw how much I wrote)

Reiflin has taken a "sabbatical" they are calling it, whatever that means and has been replaced by a guy called Jeremy Stacey who I know nothing about except what KC have written about him. I personally don't care for Harrison and I was disappointed by the fact that Reiflin has skipped out on these two jaunts around Europe (I am seeing them again in Vienna in November) but this Stacey character absolutely fucking killed it when I saw them in Zabre in Poland, he is an absolute monster of a drummer and the band a whole really is something special. Definitely more "English" and "Wetton" than "American" and "Belew" though so take that into consideration.

Another thing I would say is that comparing the show I saw to the recently released "Radical Action..." box set of live stuff, the film doesn't do the band enough justice. The film was a very smooth and polished performance, in the flesh it was considerably more powerful and forceful and I don't think it was just because I was in the room, I think the band have decided to hit it harder on this tour.

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Last Friday Orange Goblin in Reading. OG were entertaining live, openers Electric I can't remember the rest of their name made me want to listen to Seventies rock must die by Lard.
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Last Friday Orange Goblin in Reading. OG were entertaining live, openers Electric I can't remember the rest of their name made me want to listen to Seventies rock must die by Lard.


Was that the band who sounded like Suzi Quattro you played me the other day? Electric Citizen.

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That's the one.


Link To The YouTube Page Containing The Above Video
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What's wrong with Suzi Quatro?

Link To The YouTube Page Containing The Above Video


My only confirmed gigs at the moment are:

Primitive Knot/Neil Campbell on Saturday
Girl Band (some time in December? - Mrs Fish has bought us tickets)

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YOB/Black Cobra

Black Cobra were great in places but much prefer them on record.

YOB though. Wow. Easily one of the best gigs I've seen in ages. Super tight and heavy as f**k and the vocals just lift it way above other doom acts. Really blew me away and so much fun which isn't something you can say about doom bands too often.
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Saw SubRosa on Thursday, immense gig and really nice people (one of which noticed my Helms Alee shirt and we had a discussion about them; took away the sting of there not being any copies of the latest album left for sale)

Bumped into Mark also who somehow had managed to snag VIP access. Shame about Darkher having to pull out due to voice troubles, but having said that, even the lead vocalist of SubRosa was sounding a bit croaky. Must be the damp up here. Wasn't too sure about Dystopian Future Movies however, and we had missed Nomad due to traffic, but I easily got my moneys worth from just having seen SubRosa alone.

As for upcoming gigs, hoping to see Alcest and Dalek play in Manchester in November, along with a trip down to London Town to see a mighty combo of Neurosis and Earth - hopefully tickets haven't sold out for that one before work sign off on my days off!

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The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra's tribute to the music of Prince!!!

There was full band on stage with the symphony, including Dr. Fink (the dude with scrubs and a surgical mask) from the original Revolution on keys.

It was actually very touching and very boisterous at the same time!!!

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Obituary and Exodus last week was a good gig and well attended Obituary just about edged it on the night
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highlights from Damnation Festival last weekend:

Cult of Luna with Julie Christmas, ufomammut, hang the bastard, venom prison, gets worse, attan, having the craic with nick holmes from paradise lost Smile

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Bumped into Mark also who somehow had managed to snag VIP access. Shame about Darkher having to pull out due to voice troubles!


bizarrely it was Darkher who had guestlisted me and they weren't even there. i just caught up with them at damnation though. beautiful show from subrosa though.

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Cult of Luna with Julie Christmas


I hate you.

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more? x best i've seen them in a while, she's brilliant too

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Ghost...it was a blast

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Last night: Subhumans + Discharge + Neurosis

Wow!

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Both Neurosis gigs in London were a blast.
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Had I known an Avalancher was there, I would have bought you a pint!

I thought Earth were good... nothing prepared me for Neurosis. W-O-W. Air so thick with bass that you could hardly breathe at times. First time seeing them live, and they certainly did not disappoint.

My experience of the Neurosis catalogue is relatively small (I think I've only ever listened to Through Silver In Blood entirely), and Monday night drove home to me just how much I need to listen to all of their material. I can honestly say I liked every single song they played in that set.

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You should've stayed also on 2nd night!
They played career-span sets on both nights - besides 2 first records almost every album got its time. And they played title track from Through Silver in Blood on 2nd night.
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siege/dropdead/endless grinning skulls/marked for death/ona snop. in leeds, with nik bullen and jonny doom in the moshpits. unbelievable scenes!

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