Post by Horned Gramma on Jun 3, 2014 18:38:34 GMT -5
Motherfucking KING FUCKING CRIMSON 2014 tour dates:
King Crimson 2014 dates and venues
Tue 9 Sep Albany, NY The Egg Wed 10 Sep Albany, NY The Egg Fri 12 Sep Philadelphia, PA Verizon Hall Sat 13 Sep Philadelphia, PA Verizon Hall Mon 15 Sep Boston, MA Colonial Theatre Tue 16 Sep Boston, MA Colonial Theatre Thu 18 Sep New York, NY Best Buy Fri 19 Sep New York, NY Best Buy Sat 20 Sep New York, NY Best Buy Tue 23 Sep Madison, WI Barrymore Theatre Thu 25 Sep Chicago, IL The Vic Theatre Fri 26 Sep Chicago, IL The Vic Theatre Tue 30 Sep Los Angeles, CA Orpheum Theater Wed 01 Oct Los Angeles, CA Orpheum Theater Fri 03 Oct San Francisco, CA The Warfield Sat 04 Oct San Francisco, CA The Warfield Mon 06 Oct Seattle, WA Moore Theater
Post by Horned Gramma on May 20, 2014 20:27:10 GMT -5
TV on the Radio - Dear Science The Residents - Petting Zoo The Residents & Renaldo and the Loaf - Tattle in Logo The Residents - Residue Deux Mercury Rev - The Secret Migration Moonface - Dreamland EP: Marimba & Shit-Drums
Post by Horned Gramma on May 20, 2014 14:23:52 GMT -5
Ran into a couple of people last night who were on their way up to Sasquatch from San Francisco. One of them was wearing the 2010 track jacket (just like the one that fucking giraffe girl stole from me), and I was all like SASQUAAAAAATCH dudes are you GOING?
Post by Horned Gramma on May 20, 2014 14:16:49 GMT -5
I actually enjoyed both Heligoland and Nine Types of Light for the first time ever last night. Light in particular just never did a single thing for me, but suddenly I like it better than Dear Science. Although I don't really dig Science all that much; production is too shiny. The production on Light is definitely too shiny as well, but I got under or around that somehow and suddenly realized that the songs on that album are actually very similar to the kinds of songs that were on Return to Cookie Mountain (which is 10x better than either Science or Light).
My opinion of Heligoland has always been that it goes sharply downhill immediately after 'Pray for Rain'; I still feel that way, but what the fuck do you do when you write a song like 'Play for Rain'? That's OBVIOUSLY an album opener, and it's damn near impossible for any of the other tracks on that record to even hope to ever be that good. I've turned that record off halfway through 80% of the times that I've listened to it, but last night it finally found a place in my lil' heart.
Post by Horned Gramma on May 20, 2014 9:18:45 GMT -5
Akron/Family - S/T II: The Cosmic Birth and Journey of Shinju TNT Akron/Family - Sub Verses Radiohead - OK Computer Radar Bros. - The Illustrated Garden TV on the Radio - Return to Cookie Mountain TV on the Radio - Nine Types of Light Massive Attack - Heligoland Darkside - Psychic Nicolas Jaar - Space is Only Noise Built to Spill - You in Reverse
Post by Horned Gramma on May 19, 2014 19:39:31 GMT -5
Finally got ourselves signed up for that Obamacare business; got our cards in the mail, all that. Thought: sweet. Now the plethora of prescriptions that we require will not be prohibitively expensive.
But no. Not. It doesn't cover my adderall, which is not half as surprising as the fact that it doesn't even cover Stormy's fucking albuterol inhaler. What the fuck kind of insurance prescription plan doesn't cover fucking albuterol? What the fuck DOES it cover? Fuck.
Post by Horned Gramma on May 19, 2014 16:15:34 GMT -5
It DID feel good, although generally the satisfaction I get out of banning people in the weeks before Sasquatch has as much to do with sticking it to scalpers as it does anything else. I don't usually hope that I'll get to ban someone for being an ass, because it takes some pretty severe assery to merit it.
I really would have banned him for the plagiarism, but using the word 'gay' as a pejorative is one of the quickest ways to lose your account on this forum -- with the added benefit of it being something that is objectively inexcusable, and not really up for debate.
Awww damn, really? I was hoping we lucked out and he was better than his diaper posts suggested.
Me too, dude. For the briefest moment, I was thoroughly impressed. My superpower is the ability to smell shit, though. Literal shit, most often, which means I rarely have to scrape it off my boots, but certainly bullshit as well.