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Anyone going to NMA in Nottingham this Saturday?

The peeps I was going with "forgot to buy tickets";

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so I'm going on my Jack Jones :roll: :roll: :roll:
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:lol:

I saw it was sold out when I walked past on Monday night.
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Are you stalking me again?

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That depends. If you were at The Swans gig at The Rescue Rooms, then yes. :P
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Shame. :|
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I shall mostly be in the Pye in Heswall next Saturday lol
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Stand-Up Open Mic in Vienna tonight. Well, actually it started two minutes ago, but my set isn't finished, so I guess I'll saunter in at some later point and hope there's still room.
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limur wrote:Anyone going to NMA in Nottingham this Saturday?

The peeps I was going with "forgot to buy tickets";

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so I'm going on my Jack Jones :roll: :roll: :roll:
Just saw this post...

I was there. Totally blew me away. 6 drummers on stage for Vagabonds creating an amazing sound.
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Swinnow wrote:I shall mostly be in the Pye in Heswall next Saturday lol
Why? What's happening there? :)
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Mav787 wrote:I was there. Totally blew me away. 6 drummers on stage for Vagabonds creating an amazing sound.
It was good. Shame you didn't spot my post earlier.

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limur wrote:
Mav787 wrote:I was there. Totally blew me away. 6 drummers on stage for Vagabonds creating an amazing sound.
It was good. Shame you didn't spot my post earlier.

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So who is going to see The Cure this week?
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Yep, tonight and tomorrow 8)

Got a spare for Monday if anyone's interested!
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By the way, the Pye was good fun last night, nice decent boozer for any Wirral folk on here.
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Went to see The Raveonettes on the A38 ship in Budapest last night & they were freakin' awesome
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Two support bands. DYN, who were a bit cr@p TBH & a band from Poland called Bokka who were senflippingsational
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Think Bjork, Fever Ray & Zola Jesus all rolled into one. They played the most amazing cover of Love Will Tear Us Apart too.
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Saw the Raveonettes in Vienna last year. Yup, definitely awesome ^^ (not so much the audience, who preferred to chat and do stuff with their incredibly bright phone screens.)
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Seeing The Mary Chain in Birmingham later this month.
Would have loved to see The War On Drugs but ironically I shall be next door in the Rescue rooms seeing Hookworms. :P
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Viet Cong 7th Febuary @ Brudenell Leeds.

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Just like to make a comment here,last Friday went to see Autobahn in Wakefield at a venue called the Hop. Brilliant venue, and a great gig may I add,now there's about 4 bars inside the venue, and a gig was going on downstairs , seperate to the main event, free in may I add, and the Hop is 5 minutes back
to Wakefield to the Westgate rail station, so easy to get back to Leeds on a night out. The manager even took the trouble to give the changed train times back to Leeds on the Leeds music forum for that particular night. Sorry for going on a bit , but thought the manager of the Hop deserved some credit for his effort for the Autobahn gig night.
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Afghan Whigs tonight :D
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Swans 21/5 at the Roundhouse.
Any advice on what I should listen to of theirs in the meantime gratefully accepted as I don't really know them..

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ruffers wrote:Swans 21/5 at the Roundhouse.
Any advice on what I should listen to of theirs in the meantime gratefully accepted as I don't really know them..
There are so many albi to choose from, but as we're in the new millenium now anyway I'd suggest to pick one of the latest: The Seer and/or To Be Kind. Either of those will prepare you best for the gig. I for one LOVE Swans and have seen them a handfull of times over the years (last time was in september) and was never less than completely blown away!


I was gonna go see Briqueville tonight, but have to cancel because sick at home :(


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ruffers wrote:Swans 21/5 at the Roundhouse.
Any advice on what I should listen to of theirs in the meantime gratefully accepted as I don't really know them..
Check out the last 3 records: My Father Will Guide Me Up a Rope to the Sky, The Seer, and To Be Kind. But honestly there's a chance nothing they play will have been put out on a record yet.

also: Bring earplugs, and enjoy. They're amazing live. You can feel them in your bones.
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Seeing The Mary Chain in Birmingham later this month.
Would have loved to see The War On Drugs but ironically I shall be next door in the Rescue rooms seeing Hookworms. :P
Meet for a beer, pre gig?
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