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I am looking.
So is Severed799.
i'm trying to sell a ticket for this gig. both severed799 and plasticniki were going to buy it but they both want two and now noone is buying it. it's a physical ticket. £30
oh good. PM me your address and i'll get it posted
I would also like TWO tickets. Or one, if anyone has one going.
when they've actually put them up for MUCH more.
It is not going down well, I will tell you that much :')
how much are people charging there?
good old touts salt of the earth they are.
Hope you find what you need!!
(congrats, please keep an eye out for me)
just nabbed a standing ticket, website said there were 3 left
Love you so much right now.
at the sleater-kinney concert?
Tune in next time
Would love it if they did so tonight.
He'll let it go for £10. Sounds like a deal to me. I'm typing on my phone and I don't think I can receive messages via mobile DiS. Send a message anyway and also reply here if you're interested. I'll be around Camden with my other mate at around 6pm. I'm seeing a film at 2pm and won't be able to reply perhaps for a while.
the Roundhouse themselves have just put some up
My wife's not well enough to go but I'm not missing it.
Downstairs standing £25, meet by the venue at 7pm. PM me if interested.
Downstairs standing, meet at the venue.
PM me if interested
I can't make it tonight now...hope you manage to sell it.
looked in my wallet a noticed my gig ticket was no longer there. Welp... have fun suckers! :(
Not trying to score indie points but I've seen them well over ten times from the late 90s onwards purely because I'm a whole lot older than most. I had my reservations of a Sleater Kinney reunion gig at a venue as big as The Roundhouse. I thought they were great fun. Far far better than I was expecting. I hope you guys enjoyed it too.
Purely due to the venue being so much bigger than the one I saw them at before (Mean Fiddler in Astoria).
But once the soundman nailed it during the third track, I thought it was superb. The newer stuff suited the venue loads better than the old but everything off The Woods was immense and most of the latest LP was superb.
One of the most enjoyable gigs I've seen in years. Always forget how many amazing songs they've done.
Entertain and Jumpers back to back was one of the best 10 minute of my life.
hearing Entertain and Jumpers with that intensity.
So so good.
And they played Let's Call It Love, which I was so happy about.
at all. delighted with it's addition as i hadn't been looking at recent playlists.
such a great back catalogue of songs to chose from and the new stuff did sound great. cemented my view that The Woods is the band at their peak both on record and when playing that stuff live.
also delighted i finally got to see One Beat live as they didn't play it live when i saw them on their previous tour
me was when they were at their best. Start Together is perhaps their best song for me though. A great night out. As a dull old baster I was expecting to be disappointed but like I said. It was great. Janet Weiss probably doesn't get the respect that she deserves. One he'll of a drummer. I've seen her live with Quasi, Wild Flag, Stephen Malkmus, SK and during the reformation of The Go-Betweens. Always great fun to watch.
*But for me they were at their best with Call The Doctor.
just a total workhorse
I generally don't go to that many 'big' gigs so I didn't have particularly high expectations but they absolutely blew me away.
yer wan from Sky Larkin, that brings back some memories.
I don't really know the band that well but went with a friend who had always wanted to see them.
Despite only knowing a couple of the songs I thought it was great.
not a single second of the show wasted
was at the Manchester show and it was absolutely brilliant. I'd forgotten how good they were and this definitely matched if not bettered when i'd seen them before. felt weirdly emotional when they were playing one beat as well, but you know, its not surprising cos its great