Discussion in 'music, bands, clubs & festies' started by Blagsta, Mar 17, 2014.
Got tickets for Nottingham in a few weeks time.
They were great in Cardiff tonight. Music still had bite but they were jovial, having a good time. Really enjoyed the gig.
Back in the 80's there was a Sleaford Mods on every corner.They were called the Socialist Workers and they worked acapella but the idea was the same. Of course they didn't manage to overthrow capitalism,but maybe the SMods will have better luck and five years from now society will be miles better.
Seconded, support were great as well!
They played a very short 30 mins set yesterday at Rock City. I don't think it was sound checked very well. Jason needed to be louder, but it was still great, as usual.
Got tickets for the Royal Concert Hall in Notts at end of Sep.
The link I got from ticketmaster says tickets aren't on sale till tomorrow morning. How'd you pull that one off?
They're playing Boomtown
as well as Limp Bizkit
Booked Roundhouse Saturday 22nd.
O2 customers were given the opportunity to purchase early, somebody leaked the promo code on FB. Sorry, I didn't get back to you sooner, if you wanted to take the offer up.
Ah right. I’m on O2 and the bastards didn’t send me a text! I get loads of them but for Taylor Swift or ed Sheeran or some such shit.
No worries. I got one no problem today, Cheers though.
Roundhouse on the Saturday... Can't wait.
I saw the documentary Bunch of Kunst at the Camberwell Film Festival yesterday, and really enjoyed it. It follows them for 2 years from playing pubs up until they sign with Rough Trade, was interesting a quite funny in places, they are such and antidote to your standard rock stars.
You get a sense of contradiction in that the more successful they get, the further away they get from the subject matter of their songs.
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Love this geezer, we NEED to work with im
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