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Gramercy Riffs
17-03-2005, 12:37:40
Saw these guys supporting Dead Meadow at the Barfly on Tuesday.

Absolutley mental. And very good too.


17-03-2005, 12:58:45
their website picture is making me think 'deliverance'

anyway, forgot you were going to that gig, how were the 'meadow then?

Gramercy Riffs
17-03-2005, 13:22:14
Awesome. It was a great gig made better by the fact that Gruff Rhys from SFA was stood next to me and Craig throughout

17-03-2005, 13:24:28
you lie! my god you must have had a boner on

Gramercy Riffs
17-03-2005, 13:25:44
No, nothing sexual. Was kind of surreal though.

I really hope DM play Reading this year, they are criminally overlooked.

17-03-2005, 13:37:03
I've never heard of them... which I guess proves your point. What kind of music is it?

I have bought my Reading ticket. Woo.

Gramercy Riffs
17-03-2005, 13:39:02
Stoner rock I guess. A slowed down Black Sabbath meets Spaceman 3.


17-03-2005, 13:40:12
That sounds potentially good. I'll download some of them there mp3s.

17-03-2005, 13:42:13
Dan, which song is it that's your (and Gruff's) favourite? "I Love You Too"?

Gramercy Riffs
17-03-2005, 13:43:13
Sleepy Silver Door.

I Love You Too is good as well though

17-03-2005, 13:51:56
It think that first mp3 (I Love You Too) has just reminded me that you liked Jecano...

Kind of like a more nicely produced mellow Kyuss.

Gramercy Riffs
17-03-2005, 13:55:31
Funnily enough, there was a girl at the Barfly in a Jecano T shirt.

17-03-2005, 14:00:22
A small world! Doesn't surprise me though.

17-03-2005, 14:00:47
They're another band that disprove you nieve "Telecaster's are't rock" rule Mike.

17-03-2005, 14:03:41
I did notice that - my point is not that telecasters can't sound rock, it's that they don't look rock. There are plenty of guitars that sound great, I can't understand why anyone would want to be seen playing a telecaster. They are hideous.

14-04-2005, 15:15:42
Back to the original point about Stinking Lizaveta (ignoring the discussion of telecaster aesthetics!!), I forgot how disturbingly cool they were. Highlights of the set for me...........

1. The moment when a guy near me left it far too late to make his move when the guitarist was allowing people down the front to "jam" along. His face was a picture of disappointment and embarrassment.

2. And.....of course......the anti-war anthem (with no lyrics).

Hello!! Thought I'd drop in.

14-04-2005, 15:19:06
Hey, is that Craig? :confused:

14-04-2005, 15:24:57
It is.

14-04-2005, 15:27:25
Hey. Hello. :beer:

A Super Furries loving Zola, the clues were there. :)

14-04-2005, 16:18:07
Hmmm. Would have liked to have kept some mystique for longer. But I didn't do myself any favours really.........

14-04-2005, 17:06:01

i should have made the connection with the zola thing

the tom thumb of football :lol:

14-04-2005, 17:11:08
Tom Thumb :)
Wasn't he a bit magical? That would figure.........

Gramercy Riffs
14-04-2005, 17:21:21
He wasn't magical, just small.

14-04-2005, 17:25:22
Probably due to malnutrition or something.

14-04-2005, 17:25:46
Maybe a shrink ray.

Gramercy Riffs
14-04-2005, 17:26:10
Or being raised in a tiny box.

14-04-2005, 17:26:42
maybe in a nutshell.

Gramercy Riffs
14-04-2005, 17:27:37
maybe what in a nutshell?

14-04-2005, 17:28:09
Well, in a nutshell, they were raised in a nutshell.

Gramercy Riffs
14-04-2005, 17:30:00
Ah i see. I kind of want a nut now

15-04-2005, 09:11:53
bust a nut?