ATP CONCERTS PRESENT: Braids
DATE: Wednesday 9th November 2011
TICKET PRICE: £8.50 +booking fee
VENUE ADDRESS: 32-37 Cowper Street, London, EC2A 4AW
VENUE TELEPHONE: 020 7490 1198
AGE RESTRICTIONS: 18+
DOORS OPEN: 7:30pm
their London show in May http://www.atpfestival.com/events/braidslexington.php
in London & Edinburgh plus also they'll be at Green Man. London Bush Hall tickets here: http://www.atpfestival.com/events/sleepysunbushhall.php
there are dj sets from Mogwai, Errors and Fuck Buttons. will be a fun one.
if it wasn't already covered in 50 layers of shit
is still happening.
at the end of february so not quite sure.
fairly overwrought, overproduced and underwritten. Still played one of the best gigs i've ever seen though on the poses tour.
nobody from ATP said anything about the national playing. they weren't asked to play by Pavement and if you looked at their tour schedule they wouldn't have fit in anyway.
she's playing the Matt Groening curated ATP festival this May along with Iggy & The Stooges, Panda Bear, Spiritualized performing Ladies & Gentlemen, Deerhunter, Broadcast, Daniel Johnston, The Residents, Boredoms and tons more:
And also that the album is divinely good.
on sale now.
two more 6 berth chalets on seetickets for ATP Curated by Pavement so still a chance to go to that if people want to.
London deerhunter tickets here: http://www.atpfestival.com/events/deerhunterlondon2010.php
po faced low purists when they hear this. great record!
on 15th March with These Monsters: http://www.atpfestival.com/events/rgclondon2010.php
for their London show in May:
Matt Groening ATP fest a few days before these shows:
with Esben & The Witch and Heather Woods Broderick coming up soon:
at Brixton isn't sold out. The Clean are supporting that night.
Tickets for the London show: http://www.atpfestival.com/events/rgclondon2010.php
These Monsters are supporting.
is pretty shit. sorry manics.
but its intricately experimental. and radiohead have sex appeal? i'm confused.
on sale now from www.atpfestival.com
for Wednesday 12th. Presales from thurday, general on sale friday 9am
on December 11th: http://www.atpfestival.com/Events/BEAKLondon09.php
and deposit scheme open
is a legend
every year x
which hits manchester, leeds, london and glasgow on sale now:
its fucking fantastic. but this is all academic; my real reason to type a comment is to say you're fucking nuts and Anthrax ruled with Joey!
massive pop rock band release album; have song on biggest teenage girl film phenomenon in decades soundtrack...i'd be shocked if they didn't go top 5.
boredoms had to go first due to the setup time; and i have a feeling we can't open the bars earlier than midday thus the part overlap?
but when will they get rid of those haircuts :-(
Who Is It and Remember The Time from Dangerous and She Rocks My World from Invincible, you are nuts. Remember in particular stands up to anything from Wall, Thriller or Bad.
playing at Ten Years Of ATP festival in December!
the All Tomorrow's Parties film is showing at 9pm on the saturday night in the film tent. trailer and info: http://ourtrueintent.com/
but still his vocals are too high in the mix (lyrics aren't as clever as he and other seem to think they are and his voice isnt particularly interesting or strong) and the music's still a bit too pedestrian. this is my opinion.
for the tortoise show which has indeed almost sold out:
these are the last ones though.
pretty much an instant classic.
and all those who will say below 'yeah but its not uber uber experimental and the riffs repeat more than once in a track and it's not as clever as my favourite 50 copy limited edition Prurient side project' smell of wee.
all killer no filler.
The Garage in August:
tickets selling fast
Ten Years Of ATP Fest in December along with:
MODEST MOUSE / THE BREEDERS / EXPLOSIONS IN THE SKY / BATTLES / STEPHEN MALKMUS AND THE JICKS / DIRTY THREE / TORTOISE / SHELLAC / MELVINS / MUDHONEY / J MASCIS AND THE FOG / THE FOR CARNATION / PAPA M / SUNN O))) / DEERHOOF / THE DRONES / SLEEPY SUN / BARDO POND / FUCK BUTTONS / APSE / ALEXANDER TUCKER & DECOMPOSED ORCHESTRA
info and tickets on sale now at www.atpfestival.com
is about 1500 capacity, so probably not big enough.