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and the bristol ticket shop website.
for hull, generally. i look around on myspace and pick up flyers and then input the gigs myself onto last.fm
daily info for oxford gigs. in sheffield i use venue websites. for london gigs i wait for news articles and message board posts.
...not too reliable. I've had to enter at least four different gigs myself, because h
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I'm pretty sure the content is user-generated, although the venues and/or the promoters are nothing short of idiots if they don't enter the info themselves. It astounds me that I have to do it.
Most of the gigs I've entered details for have been in Oxford, generally at the smaller venues, although I did have to do Chris Thile's Punch Brothers when he played in Shepherd's Bush a little while back.
I'm sure you're very diligent at putting ATP stuff up, aren't you, Jamie :-)
pretty much exclusively.
lastfm, the wegottickets mailout
last.fm, wegottickets emails, and finding gigs on bands' myspaces also.
I used to use ents24, but not so much any more.
It is a weekly gig list with web links to each band playing so that it is possible to listen before you go to the gig.
and venue websites for venues that don't deal with agencies
and a bit of ents24 and if i'm bored at work a browse of promoters such as eat you own ears occassionally...
and last.fm for london and manchester stuff.
DiS too sometimes, if I'm planning on going to london for a bit and want to catch some gigs.
or wait and see when bands i like announce tours.