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Sage 703

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Re: New Year's Eve shows
« Reply #75 on: December 18, 2007, 11:58:00 am »
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this looks pretty fun... [/b]
agreed, i'm debating about going up to NYC for something similar (rented out a warehouse, BYOB, good DJs, etc) or sticking around here [/b]
were you able to find anything about the legality of the party?  warehouses are always sketchy places for shows like this - can be totally hit or miss as far as whether it is legit.  they seem split on the buzz board.

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Re: New Year's Eve shows
« Reply #76 on: December 18, 2007, 12:01:00 pm »
dear lord . . . please don't tell me that the days of all the beautiful michaels and the club kid underlings are returning to the scene.

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Re: New Year's Eve shows
« Reply #77 on: December 18, 2007, 12:09:00 pm »
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this looks pretty fun... [/b]
agreed, i'm debating about going up to NYC for something similar (rented out a warehouse, BYOB, good DJs, etc) or sticking around here [/b]
were you able to find anything about the legality of the party?  warehouses are always sketchy places for shows like this - can be totally hit or miss as far as whether it is legit.  they seem split on the buzz board. [/b]
gold leaf warehouse parties = fun.
 i'll be busy catering a house party or else that would have been an option...
nothx

bearman🐻

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Re: New Year's Eve shows
« Reply #78 on: December 18, 2007, 02:05:00 pm »
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 Lucky Bastard.
Wanna go? The more the merrier!

HoyaSaxa03

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Re: New Year's Eve shows
« Reply #79 on: December 18, 2007, 02:14:00 pm »
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seems pretty legit from what i've read off that thread
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Re: New Year's Eve shows
« Reply #80 on: December 21, 2007, 10:55:00 am »
CHICAGO
 
 Spoon, The Sea and Cake - Metro
 Switch - Smart Bar
 Black Kids, These Are Powers - Empty Bottle
 Jon Brion - Harris Theater
 
 NEW YORK CITY
 
 Patti Smith - Bowery Ballroom (early show)
 Les Savy Fav - Bowery Ballroom (late show)
 Dirty Projectors, Cex, Ecstatic Sunshine, WZT Hearts - Knitting Factory
 The Dresden Dolls - Grand Ballroom at the Manhattan Center
 Earl Greyhound, The Big Sleep - Mercury Lounge
 Mr. Brownstone ("The World's Drunkest Guns N' Roses Tribute Band", also features "fully tended bar on stage", "massive Guitar Hero contest with final on-stage battle", "raffle to join band on stage for a song") - Music Hall of Williamsburg
 Dean & Britta - Maxwell's (in Hoboken)
 Gogol Bordello - Terminal 5
 Nellie McKay - Joe's Pub
 Slick Rick, Kudu, Moby (DJ set), Holy Ghost (DJ set) - Studio B
 
 
 LOS ANGELES
 
 Justice (DJ set), Peaches, 2 Live Crew, Busy P, A-Trak - HARD New Year's Eve Music Festival
 Rufus Wainwright, Belinda Carlisle - Walt Disney Concert Hall
 Bloc Party (DJ set), The Rapture (DJ set), Talib Kweli - Roosevelt Hotel
 Dengue Fever - Temple Bar
 MSTRKRFT - Giant Maximus
 Nas, Salt-N-Pepa - House of Blues
 
 
 SAN FRANCISCO
 
 The Mars Volta (acoustic and electric sets), Peanut Butter Wolf, The Eternals, Nobody - Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
 Diplo - Temple Bar
 Junior Boys (DJ set) - Mezzanine
 Earth, Neurosis (includes free show-only Tribes of Neurot/Earth 7") - Great American Music Hall
 Melvins, Comets on Fire - Slim's
 Patton Oswalt - Cobb's Comedy Club
 
 MIAMI
 
 R. Kelly - American Airlines Arena
 
 PHILADELPHIA
 
 Datarock, Low B - Electric Factory
 
 OKLAHOMA CITY
 
 The Flaming Lips - Cox Center
 Evangelicals, Starlight Mints - Cox Center (Flaming Lips pre-show)
 
 ATLANTA
 
 Band of Horses - The Earl
 
 LAS VEGAS
 
 Kanye West - The Pearl
 
 WASHINGTON, DC
 
 Georgie James - Rock and Roll Hotel
 
 MINNEAPOLIS
 
 Brother Ali - 7th St. Entry
 
 PORTLAND
 
 Wu-Tang Clan - Roseland Theater
 
 BOSTON
 
 Harry and the Potters - Hynes Convention Center
 
 MONTREAL
 
 Crystal Castles, Guns n Bombs, Curses! - SAT
 
 EDMONTON
 
 Digitalism, Shout Out Out Out - Starlite Room
 
 LONDON
 
 2ManyDjs, Simian Mobile Disco, Mylo - Turnmills
 Super Furry Animals, Deerhoof - Royal Festival Hall
 Tunng, Kevin Rowland of Dexy's Midnight Runners, The Horrors - 93 Ft East
 
 GLASGOW
 
 Dan Deacon - Optimo
 Bis, Errors - ABC
 
 
  http://www.pitchforkmedia.com/article/news/47692-the-pitchfork-guide-to-new-years-eve

Cali

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Re: New Year's Eve shows
« Reply #81 on: December 21, 2007, 02:55:00 pm »
looks like i wont be seeing earl greyhound after all. my friends prefer to go see g-love and special sauce in ny (i hate the band name). hopefully i will have a good time.

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Re: New Year's Eve shows
« Reply #82 on: December 24, 2007, 01:03:00 pm »
g love is a lot of fun.

Christine Moritz

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Re: New Year's Eve shows
« Reply #83 on: December 27, 2007, 12:00:00 pm »
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this looks pretty fun... [/b]
agreed, i'm debating about going up to NYC for something similar (rented out a warehouse, BYOB, good DJs, etc) or sticking around here [/b]
were you able to find anything about the legality of the party?  warehouses are always sketchy places for shows like this - can be totally hit or miss as far as whether it is legit.  they seem split on the buzz board. [/b]
The party is officially cancelled -- see:
 
 http://www.districtsoul.com/bbs/viewtopic.php?t=12915

miss pretentious

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Re: New Year's Eve shows
« Reply #84 on: December 27, 2007, 01:52:00 pm »
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this looks pretty fun... [/b]
agreed, i'm debating about going up to NYC for something similar (rented out a warehouse, BYOB, good DJs, etc) or sticking around here [/b]
were you able to find anything about the legality of the party?  warehouses are always sketchy places for shows like this - can be totally hit or miss as far as whether it is legit.  they seem split on the buzz board. [/b]
The party is officially cancelled -- see:
 
  http://www.districtsoul.com/bbs/viewtopic.php?t=12915 [/b]
Yeah. I debated starting a new thread about the closure of this space in general, but I didnt think enough people had been there/cared.
nothx

bearman🐻

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Re: New Year's Eve shows
« Reply #85 on: January 06, 2008, 05:05:00 pm »
For Vansmack, Thatguy, and anyone else interested: I just got back from California, and had to say that my first show of 2008 is probably going to be in the top 10, if not the best of the year. Social D @ House of Blues in Anaheim. Jeez, what a killer show. They came out to do 3 songs acoustic: "Cold Feelings", "Ball and Chain" and "Story of My Life". That could have been the encore. The audience was going NUTS. Then they strapped on the electric guitars and did stuff like "King of Fools", "6 More Miles", "99 to Life", "Sick Boys", "Down On The World", and 2 new tunes..."Alone and Forsaken" and "You Can't Take It With You". They also did the usual stuff like "Mommy's Little Monster", "Ring of Fire" and "Prison Bound", but they also did "1945" and "Far Behind". For all you Social D fans that have never seen them in Southern California, it really is a pretty special experience. I'm dying to make it back to another show out there...friggin' incredible.

Cali

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Re: New Year's Eve shows
« Reply #86 on: January 09, 2008, 10:52:00 pm »
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  g love is a lot of fun.
it was loads of fun. still cant believe he sung a song about milk and cereal lol