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    Mark Tolch
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    Originally posted by Ian Jane View Post

    I saw the line up and was kinda underwhelmed, but then, I don't care about Devo or Madness and I realize they're the big draw. Most of the bands on the bill I do care about, I've seen before so I can't justify the costs. But you'll probably have a fucking blast. I bet it'll be loads of fun.

    I'm trying to decide if I want to pay $72 to see Social Distortion and Bad Religion tour together. At this point, I probably don't, but I'm not writing it off completely yet.
    I'm in the same boat on that one, but it looks like they might not be playing Canada...although SxDx is apparently making up their club show that was cancelled cause of the cancer.

    As for PRB, I'd be pretty jazzed if it was last year's lineup haha. I will say, though, Devo live are fucking amazing, especially with Josh Freese on drums.

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  • Ian Jane
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    Originally posted by Mark Tolch View Post
    Grabbed tickets for Punk Rock Bowling this coming May because the lady has Madness and DEVO on her bucket list. I've never seen Madness (though I'm not a big fan or anything) and I've seen DEVO, but this is a good chance to get some classics like Subhumans, Stiff Little Fingers and 999 out of the way.
    I saw the line up and was kinda underwhelmed, but then, I don't care about Devo or Madness and I realize they're the big draw. Most of the bands on the bill I do care about, I've seen before so I can't justify the costs. But you'll probably have a fucking blast. I bet it'll be loads of fun.

    I'm trying to decide if I want to pay $72 to see Social Distortion and Bad Religion tour together. At this point, I probably don't, but I'm not writing it off completely yet.

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  • Mark Tolch
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    Grabbed tickets for Punk Rock Bowling this coming May because the lady has Madness and DEVO on her bucket list. I've never seen Madness (though I'm not a big fan or anything) and I've seen DEVO, but this is a good chance to get some classics like Subhumans, Stiff Little Fingers and 999 out of the way.

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  • bgart13
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    Saw Dreamwell on Sunday night in Chicago - gonna go check them out in Milwaukee tomorrow night too just for the hell of it. Also going back up to Milwaukee on Saturday night to see a Greg Cartwright solo show. Might see The Dwarves on Sunday night.

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  • s.chivers
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    Sleater-Kinney at the Roundhouse next week.

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  • Mark Tolch
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    GBH this Friday.

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  • Darcy Parker
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    Well, after last night’s show, I can vouch that the Wu-Tang Clan ain’t nothin’ to fuck with, and Nas did nothing to change my opinion on him.

    De La Soul with Talib Kweli subbing in for Trugoy was hugely disappointing as the opener, they didn’t even do any full songs, just a medley that didn’t sound right due to Kweli not being a good stylistic fit.

    The Wu had Young Dirty Bastard subbed in for his deceased father, and he did an awesome job.

    The visual presentation of the show was awesome, video walls on and above the stage with some killer visuals for Wu-Tang, but the audio mix was SHIT. It was like packing your ears with mud. Maybe it was the world-renowned shitty accoustics of the Saddledome, but it wasn’t good.

    I still had a blast, though.

    The Seattle show on October 18th is streaming for free on Amazon Prime, so check it out if you’re into hip hop.
    Darcy Parker
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    Last edited by Darcy Parker; 10-15-2023, 06:36 PM.

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  • Mark Tolch
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    Originally posted by bgart13 View Post
    Ughhhh! I hate shows getting cancelled at the last minute. That sucks. Hope it gets rescheduled for you.
    They played Toronto, they played London, they're playing Montreal. We're the only ones who got canceled. You have to drive past Kitchener to get to London from Toronto. WTF.

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  • Darcy Parker
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    Saturday night, me and my friend are going to see Wu-Tang Clan and Nas. It’s a bucket list show for him, and I figured why the hell not, since he didn’t want to go alone.

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  • bgart13
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    Ughhhh! I hate shows getting cancelled at the last minute. That sucks. Hope it gets rescheduled for you.

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  • Mark Tolch
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    Murphy's Law show is canceled 4 seconds later. FUCK.

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  • Mark Tolch
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    Originally posted by bgart13 View Post
    Went to Riot Fest on Sunday, caught whole sets from Gorilla Biscuits and The Cure along with bits of a few others bands. GB was pretty fun, about what I expected. The Cure was fantastic though. Robert Smith’s voice was perfect and he was in a great mood the entire time. Band was tight af too.
    That's awesome! I'd love to see GB.

    I saw the Cure back in the 90's (Wild Mood Swings tour, I think) and even though I didn't like them, they were well-rehearsed and sounded good.

    I just saw The Mission, The Chameleons and Theatre of Hate (TOH succcccckkkked).

    Tomorrow is Murphy's Law (my first time) with the Barstool Prophets and The Rumjacks.

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  • bgart13
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    Going to see Civic tomorrow night. Maybe The Woggles on Saturday too.

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  • bgart13
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    Went to Riot Fest on Sunday, caught whole sets from Gorilla Biscuits and The Cure along with bits of a few others bands. GB was pretty fun, about what I expected. The Cure was fantastic though. Robert Smith’s voice was perfect and he was in a great mood the entire time. Band was tight af too.

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  • s.chivers
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    Wilco on Wednesday.

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