About what?The sound wasn't great last night but they really made me think which is pretty rare in a gig.
Can you explain more - I'm not getting what your mean, but I am interested.Actually I take that back about the sound. It was a sound I'm not used to and it probably also goes back to that thing about black women having to be twice as good to get anywhere, I'll admit if it was 3 white women I'd probably have been raving.
did you get the weird Icelandic alien disco as well, beforehand (Dj Flugvel Og Geimskip)? Not what I was expecting from a Lightning Bolt support. Quite marvellous though.Lightning Bolt has got to be the loudest gig I've ever been to! Definitely time to get some ear plugs. I enjoyed it, more for the social side. Prefer loud and heavy with more heavy and less chaotic rhythm and some tune.
I'm at Richard Dawson tonight. Still fancy Dame Area on Sunday but I've bought cinema tickets without thinking so need to check set times now.Giant Swan on Saturday did not disappoint. RIchard Dawson tomorrow, if I'm not careful that might be my last gig of the year.
Oooh forgot about Shellac! Few mates are going to see Dame Area, think I'll probs end up going.I'm at Richard Dawson tonight. Still fancy Dame Area on Sunday but I've bought cinema tickets without thinking so need to check set times now.
Blanck Mass on 2nd December and Bad Breeding 7th still to go. Got a ticket for Shellac but election work means I won't get to go.
I saw Interrobang supporting The Ex last Saturday without knowing their history and they were exceptional - really tight and a great curmudgeonly performance from Dunstan.Right - King Champion Sounds were fucking amazing tonight - they're playing Bath tomorrow and London on Tuesday. YOU MUST GO.
The support here was a band with a couple of ex members of chumbawamba - i wasn't a fan of chumbawamba, but these guys were great. (they're called interrobang)
Yes they are amazing and they blew me away the first time I saw them. IME it was the sound engineer at fault and I was not standing in a great place. (I forget to stand in front of the sound desk) One chap said the sound at the tramshed can be quite off. Another mate said that the sound was brilliant. I myself was not in a good space so might of been that it all sounded wrong .....like drinking slightly off milk.....Saw them in Glasgow the other night. Wasn't fully sure what to expect and thought they were amazing.