uuhhhgggg... how painful was that to even type Burrito?
The (assumed drunken) lampshade on head move is bold. It transcends cliche. And if he's sober that just makes it bolder. I have to admit I had a fun time picturing a metal guitarist style ukulele riff off between him and Dent May on the Yeti stage at sunset.
Post by Dr. Burrito Crane on Jan 30, 2012 17:12:02 GMT -8
I'm officially obsessed with this message board. Today so far: The Shins - Wincing the Night Away Sightings - Through the Panama Mogwai - Hardcore Will Never Die, but You Will Sightings - Future Accidents Flying Lotus - Cosmogramma aquiring Spiritualized - Ladies and Gentlemen We are Floating in Space and playing it next.
Post by Friendly Destroyer on Jan 30, 2012 19:02:21 GMT -8
Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath Black Sabbath - Paranoid Mountain - Climbing Monster Magnet - Dopes to Infinity Monster Magnet - Tab... 25 Bison B.C - Dark Ages Jerk With A Bomb - The Old Noise Spaceman 3 - Playing With Fire Dead Moon - Thirteen Off My Hook Bardo Pond - Dilate Dead Meadow - Shivering King and Others The Knife - Silent Shout pop. 1280 - The Horror
Post by know ID yuh on Jan 30, 2012 19:52:47 GMT -8
I pretty much have the first four Monster Magnet albums memorized. The song "Spine of God" was on a cassette compilation made by a friend of a friend, and my cd player broke, so I only had tapes to listen to for several months. It's still my favorite song of theirs.
A couple years later, Powertrip was released, and they got really big. I turned down a free ticket during the Powertrip tour, because it was an out of town show, and the ticket was offered by a particularly clingy ex. I still haven't seen them live, nor did I realize they've had four albums since. I didn't know those albums existed until about six months ago.
Oh ladies....moving on, what do you guys think of chune-yArDs (other than the retarded name)? I can definitely see myself getting into them, although I'm not sure how it would transfer to a live performance.
She was rad at two (three?) years ago. As mentioned, she does some cool wizardry with the loop pedals. To be honest, I think she sounded a little empty because it takes so long for each song to get going, but there's always the cathartic moment when it's all finally ready and she can just sing and yell and shit. Uneven but pretty fun show.