I am testing that dream.
Seeing Weezer for me is probably like seeing My Bloody Valentine for a lot of other people–or maybe not. Maybe it’s really like seeing Liz Phair, where you know there’s something great there that got sorta misplaced or deferred or scared out of the person, or maybe
I saw Man Man At The Spiegeltent
Tenth Man Man show in about a year. They keep getting better. Really. The show was supposed to start around midnight, but actually started sometime after, because the Spiegeltent had hosted one of their burlesque shows just before. Cover was $15, and there was no opening bands, but the line
Sufjan Stevens and David Byrne Did A Duet
I’m so tired, but I have to mention that David Byrne and Sufjan Stevens performed one song together tonight at the 826 NYC benefit. I am reviewing the show for Pitchfork soon, so I won’t write too much about it. But I WILL RELIVE IT IN MY DREAMS.
Three Legged Race / Eagles Of Hair Metal
Three Legged Race, Eagles Of Hair Metal @ Tonic | July 22 2006 The L train was down, and I was working on more useless internet crap, so we missed the Bushwick arts thing, but still got to catch Keith Fullerton Whitman as part of the Eagles Of Hair Metal (with Alan
Islands-Metric / Webster Hall
Looking for Big Hassle’s Sophie in Webster Hall’s balcony– Me: Hello, are you from Big Hassle? Girls: No, we’re from Canada. And so 80% of the night went. I love the Canadian invasion, by the way–Islands are joyful, AIDS Wolf fascinating, Wolf Parade tilt the room.