Saturday, May 30, 2009

May 2009 Archive

05/01 - Asobi Seksu (Great American Music Hall)
05/01 - Chris Cornell (Regency Ballroom)
05/01 - Matthew Dear (Mighty)
05/12 - Deerhoof (Fillmore)
05/16 - Sean Hayes (Independent)
05/19 - The Kills (Fillmore)
05/21 - Kings of Leon + The Walkmen (BG Civic Aud.)
05/21 - Pelle Carlberg, Oh No! Oh My! (Rickshaw)
05/22 - TV on the Radio (Fox)
05/24 - Luka Bloom (GAMH)
05/25 - Flight of the Conchords (Paramount)
05/26 - Animal Collective (Fox)
05/26 - Passion Pit (Bimbos)
05/26 - Peter Bjorn & John (GAMH)
05/27 - M83 (Mezzanine)
05/28 - Black Moth Super Rainbow + School of Seven Bells(BOTH)
05/28 - Jenny Lewis (Fillmore)
05/29 - jenny Lewis (Fillmore)
05/29 - Langhorne Slim (Independent)
05/30 - Thermals (BOTH)

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Jenny Lewis @ Fillmore

photo courtesy of Tenacious Handstamp Field Correspondent, HRH
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Friday, May 29, 2009

School of Seven Bells @ Bottom of the Hill

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Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Backstage with Bob Dylan

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Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Cloud Cult @ The Independent

I have to admit that until last week, I was not familiar with Cloud Cult. After a friend of mine bought tickets for the show and gifted the album to me via iTunes, I gave it a listen and loved what I heard. What I didn't know was that the show I was about to see was going to be performance that bound musical and visual art together to create an unforgettable experience.

As the performers picked up their instruments, the artists picked up their brushes and gave life to two empty canvasses which flanked the stage. The paintings were auctioned off after each show.. making a couple of lucky bidders the owners of the coolest concert poster one could ever wish for. Here's the progression of what we saw.

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Saturday, May 2, 2009

Does It Offend You, Yeah? Breaks Up, Cancels US Tour.

Does It Offend You, Yeah? has canceled their 2009 US Tour. The band was on the lineup for until today. According to Aaron Axelson [Live 105 music director], Morgan Quaintance, who plays live guitar and sings back-up vocals for Does It Offend You, Yeah? has quit the band. The remainder of their 2009 US Tour has been canceled, including BFD which is slated for June. I am saddened by this.

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Friday, May 1, 2009

Last 3 months In My Head.

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