Tag: Live Shows
It’s been a while since I’ve been to a metal show. Maybe even longer since I’ve been to one as good as Haarp, Nachtmystium and Eyehategod a few Monday’s back at Fubar. Part of that is my own fault. I didn’t go see Fuck the Facts last month (which I really regret. I really like […]
There’s a pretty good blog on music and culture I’ve been reading lately that posted some interesting thoughts on Straight Edge called Late Night Wallflower. In 1998 the straight edge lifestyle was about 15 years old, and it was no longer what it originally was no matter who you are, or what you were doing […]
Young Widows are a three piece, post-hardcore band from Louisville, Kentucky. The band has been around since 2002, though their beginning was as another Louisville band, the metalcore gods Breather Resist. B.R. called it quits in 2005, and three of the four members stayed on to form Young Widows (not without first considering “Breather Resist” […]
Posted: December 1st, 2008 under Culture, Film, Music, Photography, Poetry, Reviews, Writing.
Tags: 5150, Akai Headrush, Bluebird, Breather Resist, Emperor Cabs, Film, Glass Teeth, Line 6 Tremolo, Live Shows, Louisville hardcore, Observations, Peavey, post-hardcore, St. Louis, Verellen, Young Widows
I just arrived home from seeing my very first live concert at Greenville College Professor Rick McPeak’s barn just outside of Greenville. I’ve been out to the barn a couple times. Once at the end of last semester for some St. Paul’s get together, once for helping Thomas Johnson want the garden he planted there. […]
Posted: October 28th, 2008 under Music, Writing.
Tags: Berry, Creativity, Empathy, Floundering, Greenville, hardcore, Jeff Tweedy, Joey Lemon, Live Shows, Matt Aufrecht, McPeak, Paul Goodenough, post-rock, Rachel Bowden, Radiohead, songwriting, Thom Yorke, Wilco
i saw david bazan play for free at slu tonight. it was sweet. i also saw a lot of cool greenville people. that was also sweet. i hope it happens again, and soon, and then after that time, again, and often.
the MG5 kicking out the jams
“For You” is one my favorite Duncan Sheik songs. It describes me right now. We have two shows this week. I can’t wait. If I wasn’t so tired I’d actually explain what I’m feeling… soon…
so, things are crazy busy. i think im going to start writing in this journal like im writing to myself and not to anyone else so its more like an actual journal. ive never really done that before i guess because there were things i didn’t think people needed to read. now i don’t care. […]
This weekend was so amazing. Friday night I recorded drums for one of Enoch’s songs and it turned out pretty good. Then Matt and Jonny recorded drums after I was done so I hung out with them till around 4AM. Also pretty good. But the amazing part of the weekend came on Saturday. Anathallo played […]