ostrich fight song
I Spent most of night two of Music Waste at Hoko's. I was in the mood for sushi, but I chose it over Radha because I wanted to make sure I didn't miss Andy Dixon.
I was actually wrong about it being their first show. Andy did one in NYC, there was one for friends, and another one last week here in town, as Greg from Winning kindly pointed out. But regardless, as of now, it was a relatively rare performance. More importantly, it was a great performance. Musically, it seems like the guy can do no wrong, and the two-piece interpretations of songs from the Mice of Mt. Career drove that point home once again.
I just can't get into Greenbelt Collective. Perhaps their bursting-with-joy nature bums out my bitter self.
Catamaran started things off. They didn't blow me out of the water, but their no-frills pop was pretty good.
After Hoko's I walked over to 340 and caught a bit of Dead Ghosts. They sort of remind me of a messier Exploding Hearts, which isn't too shabby at all.
Mogwai are at the Commodore on September 6th with Fuck Buttons. Psyched.
The Walkmen are at Richard's on August 28th with Man Man for another sweet double bill. (thanks Mike)
Band of Horses are at the Orpheum on the same night
now playing: Kenny Loggins - Danger Zone
Band of Horses is opening for Beck.
By 9:19 PM, at
that explains that. thanks