Anyone seen any good shows lately?

Started by smash, September 21, 2004, 12:48:39 AM

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The T.A.M.I. Show is a 1964 concert film released by American International Pictures. It includes performances by numerous popular rock and roll and R&B musicians from the United States and England. The concert was held at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium on October 28 and 29, 1964. Free tickets were distributed to local high school students. The acronym "T.A.M.I." was used inconsistently in the show's publicity to mean both "Teenage Awards Music International" and "Teen Age Music International".

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Two amazing Slowdive gigs at Copenhagen in January.
I saw Dina Ă–gon last Friday and they were amazing. I think Tyler The Creator hailed them a while back.

I have tickets for Dinosaur Jr and Judas Priest in the summer. Nick Cave and the bad seeds in October.

But the one I'm mostly looking forward to is going to Horsens in Denmark in July to see The War On Drugs. For the third time in three years. And Mew is opening up for them so it's going to be extra special (no pun intended!)

For the real yo!

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Saw Julia Jacklin & Mitski last night. Beautiful show, seated in a hall from 1889, the Auditorium Theater - where the Joffrey ballet company performaned for two decades.

Julia's set was all guitar and amplifier, one woman carrying a whole lot of power in her lyrics and gain-steeped chords. Really dug Crushing and Pre-Pleasure so it was an ultimate joy to watch her perform those tracks by herself, filling the auditorium. Behind me, before the show started, highschoolers - "You're ready for your AP tests?" - had to google the Aussie songstress. "Is she verified?" After a particular howl of a song, she wins at least one 'em over. "Oh, I'm dding Miss Jacklin to the playlist ~"

Mitski's was an all-together romantic-suite with a whole lot of southern influenced jamming. New arrangements of her canon with organ, fiddle, rollicking toms and fresh choreography. Notably there's a whole lot of light and shadows going on with the set design, complimenting the poetic morbidness of her latest album. Love to mourn and cry in the same set! Sick stuff. Her drummer, Bruno Esrubilsky - the whole band really, Patrick Hyland on guitar iz her production guru, Jeni Magana's been on electric and stand up bass for a decade with her now, but to highlight my favorite of the gang - went into deep zones and back.