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Concerts

  • August 26, 2015

    Hard to believe it’s been a full month since I saw Bongripper melt my face off at Complex over in Glendale. That was “The Way Of The Shred Tour” with Goya and Yidhra. Since that night, a grand total of TWO shows I’ve wanted to see at Complex were cancelled. Locrian (band cancelled for personal reasons), and Cut Hands (unknown reason). Thankfully, Bongripper did not cancel […]

  • November 11, 2014

    I’ve been looking forward to this for a while. As Slowdive was first active between 1989 and 1995, I never had a chance to see them in their first incarnation. I was pretty advanced musically in my pre-teen and teen years, but not so advanced that I was heading out to shows like Slowdive as a twelve year old. It was probably ’94 or ’95 when […]

  • November 4, 2014

    I know last week I promised a review of the Year Of No Light show in Glendale (at The Complex) but – much like the Frost/Hecker show at Los Globos two days prior – the band elected to play in almost complete darkness. Which meant I couldn’t get many photos. As I don’t know the group’s oeuvre all that well, posting three foggy/dark […]

  • October 29, 2014

    If you’d told me several months ago that one of the most anticipated concerts on my calendar was to be held at Club Los Globos, I would have laughed in your stupid face, called you a nerd, and given you an atomic wedgie. For as long as I’ve lived in LA (and for the seven years I lived in Echo Park) Globos was […]

  • May 17, 2014

    It was warm in Los Angeles this week. On my days off this past “weekend” (Wednesday/Thursday) temperatures in my neighborhood topped 100 degrees. It was warm enough that at 4pm on Thursday I needed to be reminded that I had tickets to a show that night. I’d become so comfortable on my couch with the fan running at full blast I was content to […]

  • February 22, 2014

    Oh man, has it been EIGHT YEARS since I last saw Marissa Nadler perform live? I think it has. On that nightin late October of 2005she took the stage at Tonic (RIP) in support of the Flaherty/Corsano duo and Jackie-O Motherfucker. My little review — my immediate reactionto hearing her music for the first time — wasn’t all that compelling. The first musician […]

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