Ago 28 2013, 20h38 por DrSlump7
Set 8 2010, 17h14 por febodyedDessa/Aby Wolf/Elle Exxe - The Old Blue Last, London - Thursday, 23rd April 2015
Dessa/Aby Wolf/Joe Mechanoid - The Old Blue Last, London - Wednesday, 22nd April 2015
The Toasters/Less Than A Reel Big Gold Fish Finger/MoCara - The Lady Luck, Canterbury - Monday, 6th April 2015
Open Mike Eagle/Awkward - The Old Blue Last, London - Tuesday, 18th November 2014
Sage Francis with Scroobius Pip - Village Underground, London - Wednesday, 22nd October 2014
Atmosphere/Loyle Carner - Koko, London - Sunday, 5th October 2014
Bright Light Bright Light - Oslo, Hackney - Wednesday, 3rd September 2014
Green Man Festival
Astronautalis - The Islington, London - Thursday, 7th August 2014
Astronautalis - The Islington, London - Wednesday, 6th August 2014
Grieves - Oslo, Hackney - Wednesday, 9th April 2014
Johnny Foreigner/YOUTHBLOOD/Rebecca Riots - The Penny Theatre, Canterbury - Friday, 14th March 2014
Ago 24 2009, 19h21 por hka555Army of Cranes (x?)
New Found Glory
Broken Yoke (x2)
Code Orange Kids
At The Onset
This Week's Highlight
Shirts Vs. Skins (x2)
Over the Rhine
David Crowder Band
In The Mist of Lions
battle of the bands at smalls (x2)
Mai 19 2009, 17h25 por SoaySob 16 V – TRIBUTE TO SEATTLE '09
17:30. Pod szarym niebem nadal nic jeszcze nie wskazuje na to, że wieczorem w Uchu ma się cokolwiek wydarzyć. Gdzieś po kątach stoją niewielkie grupki ludzi- zdecydowanie nie jest to jednak zapowiadany tłum w postaci pięciuset osób. Z każdą chwilą jednak dochodzą nowe parasole, pojawiają się flanelowe koszule, zaczyna się całkiem spokojne before-party. Słychać śmiechy, skrawki rozmów, czasem jakieś okrzyki- przed otwarciem bramy ktoś się najwyraźniej zestarzał, bo odśpiewano mu całkiem przyjemne sto lat.
W samym klubie przed rozpoczęciem koncertu nie dzieje się wiele więcej. Ale to chyba całkiem dobrze- więcej sił pozostało na harce pod sceną. W międzyczasie jest śmiecenie plastikowymi kubeczkami, kontynuowanie rozmów i śpiewanie do głośników. Standard. Koncertowa klasyka. A później nadchodzi wreszcie moment, kiedy porzuca się dotychczasowe zajęcia i rusza pod scenę.
No więc Lost Dogs. Bardzo dobry początek. …
Mai 27 2008, 18h55 por cloudikI'm copying the idea from frogspot.
As I find the red/no-red classification inadequate, from now on new one is ruling:
i) a concert
i) good concert
i) superb concert
1) Michel Donato - 30.04.2008, Pokład, Gdynia, Poland
2) Adam Wendt - 08.05.2008, Pokład, Gdynia, Poland
3) Irek Głyk - 14.05.2008, Pokład, Gdynia, Poland
4) PJ Harvey - 21.05.2008, Sala Kongresowa, Warszawa, Poland
5) Folder - 01.06.2008, Anawa, Gdynia, Poland
6) California Stories Uncovered - 01.06.2008, Klub Anawa, Gdynia, Poland
7) Loreena McKennitt - 01.07.2008, Zitadelle Spandau, Berlin, Germany
8) Editors - 04.07.2008, Heineken Open'er Festival 2008, Gdynia, Poland
9) The Raconteurs - 04.07.2008, Heineken Open'er Festival 2008, Gdynia, Poland
10) Róisín Murphy - 04.07.2008, Heineken Open'er Festival 2008, Gdynia, Poland
11) Interpol - 05.07.2008, Heineken Open'er Festival 2008, Gdynia, Poland
12) CocoRosie - 05.07.2008, Heineken Open'er Festival 2008, Gdynia, Poland
Set 15 2007, 0h01 por paulgearThere are lots of bands i know of out there that i should listen to, but haven't had the chance yet. I figure i might put this list here to remind myself to look them up sometime.
Day of Fire
Al Di Meola
Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band
The Prayer Chain
Uli Jon Roth
There are also a heap of artists i listened to in the 80s that i never got on CD:
Avion - Randall Waller was one of my favourite guitarists
Daniel Band - the best Christian hard rock band of the 80s!
Messiah Prophet - Jesus is master of the metal!
And some artists whose music i already have but want more of:
Jan 10 2007, 23h10 por SirTheory...I recieved a Radrockers.com order. Because for the first time in years I placed a Radrockers order.
I used to place orders several times a year. That would have been back when I was into hard music (and only Christian music)-- specifically extreme metal-- so it was my main outlet for anything metal that wasn't released on Solid State Records. I poured over the Radrockers catalog, trying to figure out what metal CDs I'd need to get, just from their small blurbs describing them. Keep in mind this was before myspace, and even if it wasn't we still would have only had dial up. So previewing music wasn't really an option.
Through radrockers I got into bands like Antestor, Slechtvalk, Kekal, and more. I'd go through the catalog, read every available album description and mark the ones that seemed like I might like them. Hours were spent on my bed, adding prices up, shuffling things around, and finally chosing a list of CDs that fell into however much I wanted to spend at the time. …
Jan 3 2007, 5h26 por SirTheoryOne interesting thing I noticed about my top 30 albums of the year list (which is my prior journal entry here. Please feel free to read) is that I saw a pretty good percentage of the artists live. I can't figure out if that is because I just did a good job of hunting down good shows, or if the act of seeing an artist live meant that I valued the CD more. Whatever the case, here is my top ten shows of 2006. (I'm hoping I haven't forgotten any... I have a bad memory for shows.)
11) mewithoutYou (with Movies WIth Heroes) @ The Chameleon Club in Lancaster...
...Ok, so I couldn't limit it to 10. I apologize a little bit, but not too hard. Movies With Heroes is pretty darn near perfect live. The lead singer is a little too "nu-emo" for my taste, but other than that the band knows how to lay it down. I have to admit that mewithoutYou usually disappoints me a bit live. This is because the first time I saw them (while [A->B] Life was still their only full length) in Harrisburg with Norma Jean and they absolutely slayed. …
Dez 16 2005, 3h23 por foetusized"You can sing about the Light, or you can sing about what you see because of the Light. I prefer the latter." - T-Bone Burnett
I've been pondering posting something on this subject for several days, and tried to come up with something coherent, but failed. So I'm just gonna ramble on for a while.
One thing I've noticed since I've been on last.fm is that I don't match well with my neighbors. They either tend to match up with the "Christian" music I listen to, or they match up with the other music I like. Only a few others seem to listen to the mix of secular and religious music that I do. Throw in the fact that some of the artists I love have non-Christian beliefs that they express through their music (neo-Pagan Julian Cope and Zen Leonard Cohen, for example), and I seem to be a rather unusual music fan.
But then, I'm really not comfortable with the idea of segregating music into "Christian" and "non-Christian" buckets. …