Wednesday, November 10, 2004

Quick Notes


Got plenty to say about last night a bit later when I get a minute, but for now here's some upcoming concert shizz...

Mission of Burma are playing At Bowery Ballroom January 14th...As far as I can tell this is the first major show scheduled for the new year so far. Tickets are on sale.

Lots of Sin-E shows coming up...

Buck 65 is playing what can only be described as a residency at the club for 3 Tuesdays in a row...11/30, 12/7 and 12/14. I urge y'all to go check these guys out at one of these dates. They're Canadian, which is the buzz country of the minute, and on top of it are really really good. Smart and funny country-esque rap...sounds weird and it is, but it's fun anyway.

The King of France are also playing there with the Robbers on High Street Nov. 16th, tho it's the same night as the Gothamist Movable Hype show. Be sure to remember the name...they'll be around...Just starting to break out. The singer's got a great voice.

Also, The Sons of Sound are playing Sin-E on Dec. 10th...The kids love these guys.

Finally, Radio 4 will be playing Southpaw on Dec 10...rescheduled from the show they were gonna play (I think) there tonight. Not only is Southpaw more or less my favorite venue in NYC, but they are getting sleeper bands to play there that normally play much larger venues like Bowery and Irving. It's worth the trip, I swear.

UPDATE: Something else maybe worth the trip...

Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
San Francisco, CA

Live 105's Not So Silent Night featuring...

Modest Mouse
Franz Ferdinand
MUSE
Interpol
Taking Back Sunday
The Killers


Not gonna go, but what a fucking lineup!

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