Once again it’s been a busy fall concert schedule here in Toronto. Here is what I’d picked out for the first half of October:
- Wed10/01/08 – Nick Cave
- Fri10/03/08 – The Wedding Present
- Sat 10/04/08 – Alkaline Trio
- Sun 10/05/08 – Beck with MGMT
- Tue 10/07/08 – Wire
- Fri 10/10/08 – The NOTWIST
- Sat 10/11/08 – Lucinda Williams
- Sun 10/12/08 – Crooked Fingers
Here are some photo’s, videos and comments from a few.
BECK with Jessica Dobson playing her AIRLINE TUXEDO Guitar. If you have never been to a BECK show, do yourself a favor, GO!
Here is BECK again the following Friday night in David Letterman:
My thanks to Jessica for making that AIRLINE Tuxedo look better than it ever has!
MGMT performing their mega cool #1 2008 summertime song TIME TO PRETEND featuring the EASTWOOD WANDRE Guitar.
A certain highlight of the week was WIRE at Lee’s Palace. I recently read a review of their new LP OBJECT 47, being called “music from the year 2038″. Why? Because WIRE has always been 30 years ahead of their time. I must agree, find out for yourself. I did not manage to get any video or photo’s (too much beer, perhaps?) but here is some footage on youtube from an earlier show on the tour – featuring Colin Newman with his AIRLINE MAP Guitar.
And perhaps the best show of the week – even though NO Eastwood or AIRLINE guitars were to be seen – was The Notwist. This is a band that you should see. Five piece, with many more than 5 instruments – 2 guitars, bass, Piano, synth, drums, a variety of synth drums, turntables, vintage LP’s, weird remote controlled percussion digital whateverf!!?@, the list goes on… some of the most exciting music being written today. Make sure to check them out, buy the CD NEON GOLDEN check out this track -ONE WITH THE FREAKS – is #1 in my IPOD for the past 12 months, and played LOUD was a HUGE 3rd encore crowd pleaser at the Lee’s Palace Show. Here is the video (turn it up because the audio is REALLY low):