Your last non-moz-concert?

Discussion in 'Other Music archive (read-only)' started by lnathan, Aug 22, 2006.

  1. Bluebirds

    Bluebirds Well-Known Member

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    The Boyfriends. Fucking shite!

    GOing to the Metro weekender on Saturday.... more for a laugh than owt else.

    Echo & the Bunnymen, Badly Drawn Boy, Complete Stone Roses (who are actually better than the Stone Roses as the lead singer can actually sing live!) Bez Djing, Peter Hook DJing, De La Soul (!!!- can't wait) and wiat for it... The Farm!!! HA HA HA.

    Also Snow Patrol are headlining. Yaaaaaawn.
    The Young Knives and The Pipettes are playing too!
     
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    dallow_bg the one he left behind

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    Wait! Gogol Bordello are from New York?
    Are you sure?

    Aw, what a rip off if it's true!
     
  4. Sharron Needles

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    Smoking Popes at the Knitting Factory. They were great as usual.
     
  5. arielms

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    Dirty Pretty Things at Slims. I wasn't terribly impressed by the album, but Carl was AMAZING live! It also helps that he has subtle Smiths/Moz references in his songs.
     
  6. The Seeker of Good Songs

    The Seeker of Good Songs Well-Known Member

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    My last was Depeche Mode. Prior to that it was Velvet Revolver and before that Godsmack.

    Will be seeing Godsmack and Zombie next month.
     
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    poprenaissance Daydreamer

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    the clientele are SOOOOOOOOOOOOOO good.
     
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    I went to see a chilean band called Inti Illimani... i think none of you have heard of them.
     
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    Richard Ashcroft @ Portsmouth Guildhall.

    It was really good as he done some classic Verve stuff.

    But he really is a miserable shit.
     
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    Who....??????

    I like your website, some cool pics :)
     
  11. lnathan

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    They are from New York, but are immigrants of Ukraine and some of them Russian I think. There's nothing rip off about them. I believe they have real gypsy blood in their veins. I listen to a lot of traditional gypsy music, and I hate fake-ethnic music. Gogol are real and they rule!
    Go see them live and you will know ;-)
     
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    The Dears at the ICA,London .26 June 06
     
  13. hatfull

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    Frank Turner and Beanz On Toast at the Barfly in Camdon. Absolutely blinding, as usual. I couldn't believe how busy it was, he's getting really popular!!!
     
  14. left out

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    An acoustic performance by a group of people playing gongs, singing bowls and stringed instuments. Can't remember all the names but it was fantastic. They built up the gong sound from gentle thrum to a brain frying white noise that took me out of all time and space. (I don't take drugs).
    Brilliant.
     
  15. Poco Innocente

    Poco Innocente A ring a ding ding

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    I love John! Thank you for this. There are some nice videos of him doing some solo stuff (on youtube), I would post them but I am too lazy! One day maybe I will do a Frusciante thread :)
     
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    Dresden Dolls / Echo & the Bunnymen / English Beat .





    *Dodge the bullet or carry the gun. The choice is yours !
     
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    Gang Of Four... But going to see Wolf Eyes in Oct...
     
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