Atoms For Peace @ The Roundhouse on 24th July.
A lot better than I thought it would be.
Lounge: Panasonic TX-P50GT50 / Yamaha RX-A2020 / Panasonic DMP-BDT110 / Dali Zensor 3 / Dali Zensor Vokal / Mordaunt Short MS20i Pearl Edition / Roksan Radius 5.2 / WDTV My Book Live / Seagate Expansion / Sky HD Box
Chris Standring , The jazz mix ,Cliffs Pavilion Southend on Sea .
Amazing music from a top class musician and the sound balance was superb as it always is at this wonderful venue , Live music at it's best :rockout:
This video will give you some idea of what I am talking about but it is a slightly more exotic venue than Southend
Electrocompaniet EMC 1 UP , Monarchy Audio DIP, Electrocompaniet ECD 1 dac , EC4.8 preamp , 2x AW180 monoblock power amps , PMC PB1i speakers . Thousands of Cd's .
Al Stewart at the Corn Exchange Cambridge last night . Fantastic :exmark: :exmark:
Manic Street Preachers at Bristol Colston Hall a fortnight ago.
Looking forward to Arctic Monkeys on Oct 31
I've got Skyharbor this coming Sunday evening, then my own band is playing The Underworld on 2nd Nov. :rockout:
The Beat coming up this weekend.
Trace Bundy @ Borderline a couple of weekends ago.
(heard on Radio Paradise early last year - one of those stop what doing and check the screen to see who is being played moments)
Peter White , last night at the Jazz mix Cliffs Pavilion Southend on Sea .
A sell out performance from the smooth jazz master , the sound balance and acoustics at this venue are the best I have ever heard .
A fantastic evening of musical joy :rockout:
The Boxer Rebellion at the Forum, Kentish Town. Seeing them again at the Brighton Coalition in February, great band.
Shed Seven coming up at The Junction, Cambridge.
richardw42 wrote:Looking forward to Arctic Monkeys on Oct 31
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South African Blues legend Dan Patlansky is at the Half Monn in Putney next Thirsday. That is my next gig.
Last gig was Alter Bridge in Cardiff last week. OK, but not great. Going through the motions at times.
Went to see Emily Barker and the Red Clay Halo last night... sensational!
As ever though, these little concerts are never long enough.
Electrocompaniet EMC1UP, Sonos Connect, Accuphase E350, Harbeth SHL5 Siltech 25th anniversary 33i XLR, Auditorium 23 SC, HiFi Racks Podium Reference rack, matching LS stands.
I know this is latest gig, but I'm so damned excited about LOOP that I had to tell the world.
THE COMPUTERS - Wolverton Crauford Arms - November 25th
LOOP - Leeds Brudenell Social Club - December 3rd
THE YOUNG GODS - Islington O2 Academy - December 15th
Queens Of The Stone Age at the Birmingham NIA.
DavidF @FrankHarveyHiFi - specialist hi-fi retailer and independent record store
"Long is the way, and hard, that out of hell leads up to light"
Went to the first of the trilogy, The Computers last night in MK.
Not so many people there, but they really are a great live band.
First time I saw them at a festival, I thought they were a mix of a rockabilly band, and The Stooges. Last night however, I could really here the soul influence, and also the Elvis Costello/Clash/Hives link.
So if you like rockabilly, soul, Elvis Costello, The Clash, with a touch of Stooges and The Hives, they really are a great band to see live.