Post by badchoices on Nov 28, 2012 12:05:23 GMT -5
Just got an email from the mailing list for Low. New album coming out on 3/19/2012 and this is their tour schedule: April 24 – Birmingham, UK – Glee Club 25 – Manchester, UK – Central Methodist Hall 26 – Gateshead, UK – The Sage Gateshead 27 – Glasgow, UK – Classic Grand 29 – Bristol, UK – Trinity 30 – London, UK – Barbican Centre May 2 – Copehnhagen, Denmark – Loppen 3 – Stockholm, Sweden – Debaser 4 – Oslo, Norway – Bla 7 – Paris, France – La Maroquinerie 8 – Brussels, Belgium – Cirque Royal – Nuits Botanique 9 – Amsterdam, The Netherlands – Paradiso De Duif 10 – Frankfurt, Germany – Zoom 11 – Bologna, Italy – Teatro Antoniano 13 – Barcelona, Spain – Casino de la Alianca 14 – Valencia, Spain – Teatro La Rambleta 15 – Zaragoza, Spain – Teatro de las Esquina 16 – Madrid, Spain – Joy Eslava 17 – Valladolid, Spain – Lava 18 – Biarritz, France – Atabal
I have never had a chance to see Low and would love for them to be at Sasquatch
I'm seeing this show in Seattlle tonight. How LOUD was Earth?
They were pretty LOUD but I admit that I was pretty annoyed by this dude in the crowd. It took my focus away from the radical journey I was going on. I would go see them again though, but much much higher
Post by badchoices on Nov 25, 2012 17:14:05 GMT -5
I tried to write down the beers I tried this weekend but I got supremely fucked up. Here is what I had that I remember haha:
Sierra Nevada - Celebration Ale (2012) Kulshan Brewing - Kitten Mittens Winter Warmer Snoqualmie Falls Brewing - Steam Train Porter Thornbridge Brewery - Kipling 10 Barrel Brewing Company - DUB Double India Pale Ale Boundary Bay - Cabin Fever Full Sail Brewing - Big Daddy J's Malt Liquor Base Camp Brewing - In-Tents IPL
Out of those ones I really only didn't enjoy the Full Sail Malt Liquor. The IPL (India Pale Lager) was pretty interesting. I have never had that style before and never heard of Base Camp Brewing. I have liked everything I have tried from 10 Barrel Brewing (Bend).
On Friday we stopped at Skookum Brewery on the way back to Bellingham. I was impressed and liked pretty much all of their brews.
Post by badchoices on Nov 25, 2012 11:02:18 GMT -5
Ended up catching Low Hums, The Body and Earth last night at the Shakedown in Bellingham. I have been wanting to see Earth for a while now.
Low Hums are a 5 piece band that I didn't know before seeing them. They were really really good. It was psychedelic rock with a pretty decent vocalist. They also had a slide guitar and banjo at times which made it even cooler.
The Body was not the same. They were a two piece (drum and guitar) with a large stack of speakers behind the guitarist. It was LOUD. It was FUN. I had a good time.
Earth was an interesting experience. There were signs all over saying please no flash photography for medical reasons. Not sure what person in Earth had the medical problems but the crowd did good in abiding by the rules. I really wish I was high on mushies or pot but I was fresh out of everything. Unfortunately there was a dude that was at least 95% bro behind me for the first half of the set yelling to his friend and I couldn't focus on the show as I would have liked to. He then moved in front of the guy in front of me. He turned to the guy in front of me and yelled "Hey bro, they sound like tool". The guy replied "Cool, shut up turn around and listen." That was my favorite crowd moment.
Last Edit: Nov 25, 2012 11:02:55 GMT -5 by badchoices