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Am off to see Slow Readers Club in Manchester week on Friday - not sure where in Manc though
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Went to see high on Fire with Meshuggah last night. High on Fire were excellent, as I expected - face-meltingly excellent.

Meshuggah, on the other hand? Not my thing. The crowd was into them, but they bored me to tears; I could not believe how boring I thought they were. They definitely needed their big light show. High on Fire, on the other hand, could probably play in someone's basement with nothing but a few bulbs on strings to light the stage, and they would still tear it up.
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really really want to go and see Goddess no.3 -Taylor Momsen, the pretty reckless- in january at rock city.
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sultan2075 wrote:Went to see high on Fire with Meshuggah last night.
Pretty bizarre combination of bands :D
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sultan2075 wrote:Went to see high on Fire with Meshuggah last night.
Pretty bizarre combination of bands :D
Yeah, my thoughts exactly. Definitely a weird bill.
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Swinnow wrote:NMA at Leeds Uni on Saturday
still hoping to get a ticket for the xmas gig at Rock city but unable to do any of the earlier uk dates (it was a straight choice between the army and the sisters so....).
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Slim Cessna's Autoclub tonight. Been wanting to see them for at least 15 years.
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sultan2075 wrote:Slim Cessna's Autoclub tonight. Been wanting to see them for at least 15 years.
If they come through your town, definitely go see them. I've been a fan for nigh on 20 years, but it's hard to describe the live show. If Swans played country, maybe, they'd come close to SCAC. It's amazing.

Go. You'll hate yourself if you don't.
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going to the hells' angels christmas party this weekend instead of NMA as i'm very poor. but definitely going to see No.3 goddess taylor momsen's legs and her band the pretty reckless in january. droooooollllll-fest. ;D
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Me and Mags took Cameron to his first gig last weekend, Biffy Clyro in Leeds, feckin outstanding, the wee man loved it, his first gig and he's not 10 for another 3 weeks!!!
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Did the Adele concert last night. Pretty good for an open air stadium gig. Being in the front row was an essential part of it - could have high-fived her as she wandered past. Wouldn't have gone if we'd been xx rows back.

Also got tickets to The Undertones in a pub in Auckland in July. Looking fwd to that.

Sux though to be missing out on Peter Hook and The Light as I'll be in Australia - would've paid good money for that one.
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Anything in Leeds Sunday evening?
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EmmaPeelWannaBe wrote:This, tonight:
http://sanfrancisco.carpediem.cd/events ... na-lounge/
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EmmaPeelWannaBe wrote:This, tonight:
http://sanfrancisco.carpediem.cd/events ... na-lounge/
oh why not when we are there? any events as such between April 17th and the 24th? any suggestions for some nice clubs perhaps? then again I am too old hehehe
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sziamiau wrote:
EmmaPeelWannaBe wrote:This, tonight:
http://sanfrancisco.carpediem.cd/events ... na-lounge/
oh why not when we are there? any events as such between April 17th and the 24th? any suggestions for some nice clubs perhaps? then again I am too old hehehe
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Sigur Ros at the end of July, Vector Arena, Auckland.
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Sisters at London Roundhouse, but which date to do?! Any known after parties for either yet? I can't do both sadly before that's suggested!
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DomConway wrote:Sisters at London Roundhouse, but which date to do?! Any known after parties for either yet? I can't do both sadly before that's suggested!
I'm assuming that there will be something at the Slimelight after the Saturday gig
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EmmaPeelWannaBe wrote:
DomConway wrote:Sisters at London Roundhouse, but which date to do?! Any known after parties for either yet? I can't do both sadly before that's suggested!
I'm assuming that there will be something at the Slimelight after the Saturday gig
Thanks, it would appear so :)
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DomConway wrote:
EmmaPeelWannaBe wrote:
DomConway wrote:Sisters at London Roundhouse, but which date to do?! Any known after parties for either yet? I can't do both sadly before that's suggested!
I'm assuming that there will be something at the Slimelight after the Saturday gig
Thanks, it would appear so :)
https://www.facebook.com/events/1502087499809583/

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