I miss Tanuki on 21st, but am glad to know that the new one is thriving. I hope to get out there soon.
As the parent of a young toddler, every dinner out with my wife alone is precious and the food all the more tasty. With a dinner as exceptional as listed above, I can only imagine how special the night would be when paired with quiet conversation that doesn't revolve around trying to keep our son from wearing his dinner.
Reverend Deadeye @ Slabtown!
Warlocks opening for Black Rebel Motorcycle Club at the tiny Bottom of the Hill club in San Francisco in . The music was so loud it was tangible. At the time they had two drummers with full kits playing the same beats. My beer vibrated with each hit. On top of that, the two guitarist were also playing the same fuzzed out riffs, creating one massive hazy squall.
I agree. An early, short set is no way to go out. Give us one more chance to hear our favorites. I have many, so it'll have to be a long night.
I've tried a couple times before, but never made it the distance through all three headliners and every other band I love. I usually have cut Sunday short, but this year, I've been practicing and now can go 4 days straight, subsisting on nothing but High Life and hot dogs. It's on!
I'm Aware that Bubblegum will make my Baby a Lion Tamer, but Linda’s Radiostory about Milk & Honey convinced me that it’s just Another Way Of Giving. Plus, Evelyn, Forever Un Atronauta En Cielo, promised to teach me the Freemason Waltz. Which is all just a roundabout way to say I really need to see Clinic perform these songs.
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