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I tried again from scratch. Went to Ticketmaster, searched on Drive in, then filtered by city, and he was on the second page. Try that route.

Screenshot below to prove that I'm not making this all up.

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Raging Speedhorn - We Will Be Dead Tomorrow

They're live streaming a gig on Sunday that I'm hoping to watch (assuming we get home in time, 19:30 feels far too early)

 

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@kevin_lindsay @TheMaartian @Stub Mandrel

Seeing as it got mentioned here I've also listened to that Numan Savage album - it's dystopian as I'd expect but it hangs together like a film score - quite surprised and impressed with it - even if his vocals have been tapered with (and I don't know how much) they sound pretty good to me. I was more of a John Foxx fan tbh but this is a strong album. I saw him (+full band) with his daughter (on TV) singing a while back - I reckon this might have been the album he was playing from. 

I've picked up more ideas for great music to listen to on this forum than anywhere else I can think of.

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2 hours ago, Richard R said:

I tried again from scratch. Went to Ticketmaster, searched on Drive in, then filtered by city, and he was on the second page. Try that route.

Screenshot below to prove that I'm not making this all up.

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Cripes £84, perhaps if I find someone to go with...

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Just a thought with 'drive in' concerts, and films, do they charge per car or per person? I'm guessing it'll be per person for maximum profit, but an individual in one car takes up the same amount of space as the five in the car next to them. 

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4 minutes ago, Maude said:

Just a thought with 'drive in' concerts, and films, do they charge per car or per person? I'm guessing it'll be per person for maximum profit, but an individual in one car takes up the same amount of space as the five in the car next to them. 

Looks like a minimum charge for two (£84)

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7 minutes ago, Stub Mandrel said:

Looks like a minimum charge for two (£84)

Ah I see, that makes sense. 

They'll be checking boots then. 😁

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Discovered Caspian recently and bought their Dust and Disquiet Album. Can't stop playing it, brilliant.

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1 hour ago, Maude said:

Ah I see, that makes sense. 

They'll be checking boots then. 😁

In which case..........

 

 

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Mott The Hoople.  None of the really early stuff, so kicking things off from 1972s All The Young Dudes and I'll go through the post-Hunter Mott albums (Drive On/Shouting & Pointing) and then swing back to the 2009/13 live albums.  That's me set for the day.  Might watch the documentary tonight too.

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Right now it's Venq Tolep by Robag Whrume who makes electronica that would fit in with the Warp stable. So if you like stuff such as Plaid, Mouse on Mars etc this should fit the bill.

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2 hours ago, Leonard Smalls said:

Some Scousers...

 

I love this, and the 3 or 4 other songs by them which got a fair bit of play on 6 Music.

Great racket from a 3 piece.

 

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Keeping my spirits up against the onslaught of moody/angsty female teens with this cracking live version of Burning Down The House. I've already played it 5 times today it's so uplifting!

 

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One of a Kind - Bill Bruford. The excellent Jeff Berlin on Bass

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12 minutes ago, JottoSW1 said:

One of a Kind - Bill Bruford. The excellent Jeff Berlin on Bass

Brilliant album. I was lucky enough to have seen Jeff Berlin with John McLaughlan in 80's

Check out Bilbo's tab page on Basschat where you'll find a lot of the bass lines written out for you.

Dave

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3 hours ago, Barking Spiders said:

Keeping my spirits up against the onslaught of moody/angsty female teens with this cracking live version of Burning Down The House. I've already played it 5 times today it's so uplifting!

Always good to see a band having fun. Love teh guitarist synching his bouncing with the backing singers.

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5 hours ago, Barking Spiders said:

Keeping my spirits up against the onslaught of moody/angsty female teens with this cracking live version of Burning Down The House. I've already played it 5 times today it's so uplifting!

 

They really were excellent at this time, I'm guessing you know about this? Filmed on the same tour 👍

 

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My Bandcamp purchases from today - Emma Ruth Rundell, The Callous Daoboys and Two Minutes To Late Night's covers EP

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I don’t generally drink from Sunday to Thursday. I allow a couple on Friday and Saturday nights. I have a rather lovely Parma Violet Whitley & Neill G&T to hand and am currently listening to a recommendation from @NancyJohnson and it’s pretty bloody marvellous (even on the first run through mate).

It is an album by Shudder To Think called ‘Pony Express Record’.

I’m still trying to figure out what ‘post-hardcore’ is - but I like it. Thanks mate.

 

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Posted (edited)

 Troops Of Tomorrow by The Exploited.

 

 ... ... ... ... ... ...  ... troops of tomorrow  ... troops of tomorrow  ... troops of tomorrow  ... ... ...

 

 War!  Freedom in the war!  War!  Freedom in the war!  War!  War!

 

 Cheers!

 

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7 hours ago, IdrinkHeineken said:

 Troops Of Tomorrow by The Exploited.

 

 ... ... ... ... ... ...  ... troops of tomorrow  ... troops of tomorrow  ... troops of tomorrow  ... ... ...

 

 War!  Freedom in the war!  War!  Freedom in the war!  War!  War!

 

 Cheers!

 

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Seems uncomfortably appropriate at the moment - what with the posturing @ Mount Rushmore.

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