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    I'll be seeing Sick Of It All and Negative Approach tonight in Detroit tonight. I'm getting giddy just thinking about it.

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    I'm seeing Alexisonfire in Toronto tomorrow night. Dallas Green is a mental Toronto Sports fan so he's going to be extra pumped after that Raptors Win. Been 7 years since they retired as a band, but now they're back! Also going to be seeing Dallas Green as City and Colour in November


    They didn't play this one live back in 2012. I hope they do this time.



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    Slayer's final tour is coming to Ashenville.

    The Final Campaign: Slayer, Primus, Ministry, and Philip H Anselmo & The Illegals

    That is a wild line up

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    Two weeks until I go see Metallica and the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra live in San Francisco for the S&M2 fan appreciation show.

    Thinking about it has me listening to a bunch of Metallica songs and not just the S&M stuff.

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    I love to hear the various live endings for this song. The original song recording ended by fading out. Playing it live they actually have to end the song in some way. They do it differently every time.

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    It always ends in death though.
    “Give me the sense to wonder, to wonder if I'm free."

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    Almost 50 years of music and STILL smooth as silk. Still touring! Their close ties with Alan Parsons and Bruce Hornsby is obvious.

    “Give me the sense to wonder, to wonder if I'm free."

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    Live music is a great thing and one I've always enjoyed...but I've developed a huge "on the other hand" attitude about it in the last 10 years, which basically means I stay on the couch no matter how good anything looks.

    ...recently I bought a ticket to see Tool (that's "ticket" singular because I don't know a soul who likes them) and am pretty excited to go, but already I'm thinking of how easy it would be to flip the ticket at a healthy profit and how much I hate getting home late...sometimes I think it's like I don't realize that I'm still alive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by St. Troy View Post
    Live music is a great thing and one I've always enjoyed...but I've developed a huge "on the other hand" attitude about it in the last 10 years, which basically means I stay on the couch no matter how good anything looks.

    ...recently I bought a ticket to see Tool (that's "ticket" singular because I don't know a soul who likes them) and am pretty excited to go, but already I'm thinking of how easy it would be to flip the ticket at a healthy profit and how much I hate getting home late...sometimes I think it's like I don't realize that I'm still alive.

    Don't flip it. You will regret it. I once traded a Dio ticket for some weed, blotter and a Monsters of Rock ticket. I always said I get to see Dio in the future. He is no longer with us. I regret it to this day! Don't fear going alone. I always though it would be awkward but I went to a concert alone last winter and I not only lived through it...I enjoyed it!! It's POSSIBLE the Earth stopped rotating for the duration of the concert because I went to a concert alone but...I have my doubts.
    Go man! Go!
    “Give me the sense to wonder, to wonder if I'm free."

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    People saying they don't know who Billie Eilish is, I feel so sorry for you. She is perhaps the most exciting new artist of the decade:


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    I saw Agnostic Front (for probably the 20th time) and Prong a few days ago. I'll be seeing Slapshot (a hardcore bands that started in the mid-80s and are still playing) in Toronto on Thursday. After that it's Sick Of It All with Napalm Death in Detroit on October 16.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon View Post
    Don't fear going alone.
    The funny thing is that that part of it never bothered me for a minute; I'm used to it. I went alone to the last four concerts I attended: Tool in 2007, Tool in 2006, Roger Waters in 2006, Duran Duran in 2005. And when I saw Duran Duran in 1993, I wasn't alone, but my seat was separate from the 3 people who went with me (only I was willing to pay extra for 7th row or whatever it was), so I was alone for the music.
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    Quote Originally Posted by St. Troy View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Jon View Post
    Don't fear going alone.
    And when I saw Duran Duran.
    Ah yes. The band so nice they named it twice.
    “Give me the sense to wonder, to wonder if I'm free."

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    Will be seeing another electronic music legend in NYC next year! Steve Roach is having his first ever performance in New York City:

    https://ambient.church/work/steve-roach-in-new-york
    Ambient Church is a nomadic experiential event series dedicated to working with artists to bring new ecologies to architecturally unique spaces through transcendent audio and visual performance.

    On this long-awaited evening, we are thrilled to welcome Grammy-nominated, pioneering American synthesist and undisputed master of ambient music, Steve Roach. He'll take us on a 2-hour journey, featuring work spanning his 40-year career including Dreamtime Return (1988) in a 163-year-old church in Manhattan.

    Throughout the performance, the space will come alive with immersive, architecturally-mapped projections.
    Here's some video from a performance earlier this year:


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    I might go see leeway and stigmata this Sunday in Detroit. After that it's High On Fire in Toronto. My wife is taking me out to that show (although I'm driving.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by mae View Post
    Will be seeing another electronic music legend in NYC next year! Steve Roach is having his first ever performance in New York City:

    https://ambient.church/work/steve-roach-in-new-york
    Ambient Church is a nomadic experiential event series dedicated to working with artists to bring new ecologies to architecturally unique spaces through transcendent audio and visual performance.

    On this long-awaited evening, we are thrilled to welcome Grammy-nominated, pioneering American synthesist and undisputed master of ambient music, Steve Roach. He'll take us on a 2-hour journey, featuring work spanning his 40-year career including Dreamtime Return (198 in a 163-year-old church in Manhattan.

    Throughout the performance, the space will come alive with immersive, architecturally-mapped projections.
    Here's some video from a performance earlier this year:

    I've never heard of him or seen this, but man, that looks like quite a unique live music experience, the opposite (in a great way) of what live music often is.
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    Steve Roach has been making music for a long time, he's one of the giants in ambient music. I would say on par with Brian Eno or Klaus Schulze, just not as famous.

    Here's a link to the classic album they reference in that quote:

    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?lis...0AqrZj14-7v1g8

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    Less than two weeks until I see the best working musician today, Dallas Green. I've only seen him with Alexisonfire before so I'm excited to see his solo stuff.

    A few songs off his new album.







    I'm hoping he does another album with Pink at some point. Hard to believe it's been 5 years since Rose Ave came out.




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