Category Archives: Live Show Reviews

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Eleanor Friedberger Live Show Review

The Friedberger brother and sister duo that make-up the band The Fiery Furnaces has always kept listeners on their toes. From songs that change tempos and themes which change with the blink of an eye, Matthew and Eleanor Friedberger’s fluctuating live show embraces constant change and experimentation. The Satellite Los Angeles, CA 2011 – 07/27...Read...
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Mogwai, Errors Live Show Review

Tickets for the Mogwai show went on sale absurdly early, at least four months or so before the concert rolled around. On the night of the show, there were a few procrastinating individuals milling around the Showbox at the Market desperately looking for tickets, which was fitting considering Mogwai’s new album Hardcore Will Never Die,...Read...
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tUnE-yArDs, Buke & Gass Live Show Review

On a Tuesday night in San Francisco, I wandered to Great American Music Hall, alone, having been told I would only have a ticket for myself. This turned out to be untrue. But with the man at will call telling me that my guest needed to be present right then and there, poor on-the-fly decision-making...Read...
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Yoni And Josiah Wolf Live Show Review

As you drive aimlessly and helplessly through the grimy lower portions of known Los Angeles, you may find yourself lost on the most eastern part of Beverly boulevard. In a neighborhood known colloquially as Hi-Fi (Historic Filipinotown), this stretch of road is a far cry from the Julia Roberts / Richard Gere version of Beverly....Read...
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Maserati, Sleepy Eyes Of Death Live Show Review

The Maserati and Sleepy Eyes Of Death billing was one of those interesting mashes. Two bands theoretically playing the same broad spectrum of music, but proving that genre tags really mean nothing. These two “post-rock” bands couldn’t be more different sounding at all. The Sunset Tavern Seattle, WA 2011 – 04/19 Sleepy Eyes Of Death...Read...