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Savages - Glasslands, Brooklyn, NY 10/17/2012

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Savages - Glasslands, Brooklyn, NY 10/17/2012

Postby schwenko » Wed Oct 17, 2012 11:56 pm

an impressive show; many thanks to Senor Blirbis

http://artsbeat.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/ ... takes-you/

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Postby Frau_Blucher » Thu Oct 18, 2012 1:55 am

I think it was indeed pretty special. Really excited about these guys. Am going to try to see them twice more this week. Have pretty high quality video of the whole gig. Spoke to Jehn of the band afterwards. They have a singularity of vision and would actually prefer that I not post the vids and instead beg to use as archival footage to put together their own stuff. I can completely respect that. I normally wouldn't even think to ask other bands for such permission, but these guys have a certain vision. I hope they make something good of their intentions.
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Postby schwenko » Thu Oct 18, 2012 2:16 am

[quote][i]Originally posted by Frau_Blucher[/i]
<br>I think it was indeed pretty special. Really excited about these guys. Am going to try to see them twice more this week. Have pretty high quality video of the whole gig. Spoke to Jehn of the band afterwards. They have a singularity of vision and would actually prefer that I not post the vids and instead beg to use as archival footage to put together their own stuff. I can completely respect that. I normally wouldn't even think to ask other bands for such permission, but these guys have a certain vision. I hope they make something good of their intentions.
[/quote]

are you saying that she asked for your footage to use (by/for themselves)?

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Postby schwenko » Thu Oct 18, 2012 4:03 am

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Postby Frau_Blucher » Thu Oct 18, 2012 3:00 pm

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Postby Frau_Blucher » Thu Oct 18, 2012 10:01 pm

http://artsbeat.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/ ... ages-show/

Teehee, we've gone from wannabee hipsters to scenesters. [:o)]

[i]A bouncer brushed by Mr. Kaslow, moving along the line, his baseball hat askew and his jaw set. “If you are not on the guest list or don’t have a ticket, you are not getting in,” he bellowed. The line stirred and rippled as he passed, like some long unhappy beast with a thousand legs. Even those people who had bought expensive passes for the entire festival — supposedly good for entry at any show — were being turned away. Others thought they had made reservations for the show because they had signed up on the club’s Web site.

“I R.S.V.P.’d to the Web site — apparently it doesn’t mean anything,” said Mike Knoll, 29, a philosophy student who had driven down from his university campus in Albany just to hear one of his favorite groups, Dum Dum Girls.

The cause of the excitement was a lineup of six female-heavy bands that had become much discussed during the first day of the CMJ Music Marathon. Put together by Popgun publicity and the music blog Stereogum, the bill Wednesday night not only had Dum Dum Girls as the headliners and Savages as one of the opening acts, but also featured Guards, Io Echo, Port St. Willow and Icona Pop, which is a new Swedish electro-pop duo. It was the hottest ticket to have on the second day of the festival, and hundreds of people showed up, many of them thinking they would automatically get in.[/i]
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Postby coop41 » Fri Oct 19, 2012 3:35 am

[quote][i]Originally posted by Frau_Blucher[/i]
<br>http://artsbeat.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/10/18/cmj-snapshot-from-online-to-on-line-at-savages-show/

Teehee, we've gone from wannabee hipsters to scenesters. [:o)]

[i]A bouncer brushed by Mr. Kaslow, moving along the line, his baseball hat askew and his jaw set. “If you are not on the guest list or don’t have a ticket, you are not getting in,” he bellowed. The line stirred and rippled as he passed, like some long unhappy beast with a thousand legs. Even those people who had bought expensive passes for the entire festival — supposedly good for entry at any show — were being turned away. Others thought they had made reservations for the show because they had signed up on the club’s Web site.

“I R.S.V.P.’d to the Web site — apparently it doesn’t mean anything,” said Mike Knoll, 29, a philosophy student who had driven down from his university campus in Albany just to hear one of his favorite groups, Dum Dum Girls.

The cause of the excitement was a lineup of six female-heavy bands that had become much discussed during the first day of the CMJ Music Marathon. Put together by Popgun publicity and the music blog Stereogum, the bill Wednesday night not only had Dum Dum Girls as the headliners and Savages as one of the opening acts, but also featured Guards, Io Echo, Port St. Willow and Icona Pop, which is a new Swedish electro-pop duo. It was the hottest ticket to have on the second day of the festival, and hundreds of people showed up, many of them thinking they would automatically get in.[/i]
[/quote]


Sounds like all the young hipsters were there:

“It must have been a buzz event,” said Mr. Kaslow, 61, a marketing consultant, exasperated after waiting for more than an hour to get into the club.
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Postby schwenko » Fri Oct 19, 2012 3:53 am

[quote][i]Originally posted by coop41[/i]
<br>[quote][i]Originally posted by Frau_Blucher[/i]
<br>http://artsbeat.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/10/18/cmj-snapshot-from-online-to-on-line-at-savages-show/

Teehee, we've gone from wannabee hipsters to scenesters. [:o)]

[i]A bouncer brushed by Mr. Kaslow, moving along the line, his baseball hat askew and his jaw set. “If you are not on the guest list or don’t have a ticket, you are not getting in,” he bellowed. The line stirred and rippled as he passed, like some long unhappy beast with a thousand legs. Even those people who had bought expensive passes for the entire festival — supposedly good for entry at any show — were being turned away. Others thought they had made reservations for the show because they had signed up on the club’s Web site.

“I R.S.V.P.’d to the Web site — apparently it doesn’t mean anything,” said Mike Knoll, 29, a philosophy student who had driven down from his university campus in Albany just to hear one of his favorite groups, Dum Dum Girls.

The cause of the excitement was a lineup of six female-heavy bands that had become much discussed during the first day of the CMJ Music Marathon. Put together by Popgun publicity and the music blog Stereogum, the bill Wednesday night not only had Dum Dum Girls as the headliners and Savages as one of the opening acts, but also featured Guards, Io Echo, Port St. Willow and Icona Pop, which is a new Swedish electro-pop duo. It was the hottest ticket to have on the second day of the festival, and hundreds of people showed up, many of them thinking they would automatically get in.[/i]
[/quote]


Sounds like all the young hipsters were there:

“It must have been a buzz event,” said Mr. Kaslow, 61, a marketing consultant, exasperated after waiting for more than an hour to get into the club.
[/quote]

Not sure if I consider myself young....or a hipster

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Postby coop41 » Fri Oct 19, 2012 4:13 am

[quote][i]Originally posted by schwenko[/i]
<br>[quote][i]Originally posted by coop41[/i]
<br>[quote][i]Originally posted by Frau_Blucher[/i]
<br>http://artsbeat.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/10/18/cmj-snapshot-from-online-to-on-line-at-savages-show/

Teehee, we've gone from wannabee hipsters to scenesters. [:o)]

[i]A bouncer brushed by Mr. Kaslow, moving along the line, his baseball hat askew and his jaw set. “If you are not on the guest list or don’t have a ticket, you are not getting in,” he bellowed. The line stirred and rippled as he passed, like some long unhappy beast with a thousand legs. Even those people who had bought expensive passes for the entire festival — supposedly good for entry at any show — were being turned away. Others thought they had made reservations for the show because they had signed up on the club’s Web site.

“I R.S.V.P.’d to the Web site — apparently it doesn’t mean anything,” said Mike Knoll, 29, a philosophy student who had driven down from his university campus in Albany just to hear one of his favorite groups, Dum Dum Girls.

The cause of the excitement was a lineup of six female-heavy bands that had become much discussed during the first day of the CMJ Music Marathon. Put together by Popgun publicity and the music blog Stereogum, the bill Wednesday night not only had Dum Dum Girls as the headliners and Savages as one of the opening acts, but also featured Guards, Io Echo, Port St. Willow and Icona Pop, which is a new Swedish electro-pop duo. It was the hottest ticket to have on the second day of the festival, and hundreds of people showed up, many of them thinking they would automatically get in.[/i]
[/quote]


Sounds like all the young hipsters were there:

“It must have been a buzz event,” said Mr. Kaslow, 61, a marketing consultant, exasperated after waiting for more than an hour to get into the club.
[/quote]

Not sure if I consider myself young....or a hipster

Sugoi !!!
[/quote]

[;)]
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Postby Frau_Blucher » Fri Oct 19, 2012 11:00 pm

It seems if we left it to the kids, it'd all be Taylor Swift and Lady Gaga. Where the fuck is this generation's attitude?!
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Postby Frau_Blucher » Sun Oct 21, 2012 3:27 am

First song of their first US appearance, "City's Full". The place was DARK. Shot at iso12800. Best viewed in 1080p on YouTube.

<iframe width="853" height="480" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/XuPTGo_yYP4" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
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Postby djcraig » Mon Oct 22, 2012 6:40 am

Nice seats!

Probably reserved mostly for Scenesters...



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Postby schwenko » Mon Oct 22, 2012 7:42 am

[quote][i]Originally posted by djcraig[/i]
<br>Nice seats!

Probably reserved mostly for Scenesters...



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actually we were standing

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Postby wherewereuin82 » Mon Oct 22, 2012 8:18 am

[quote][i]Originally posted by schwenko[/i]
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actually we were standing

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As much as I'd like to, I'm not touching that comment. [;)]
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Postby Frau_Blucher » Mon Oct 22, 2012 6:03 pm

It does take a toll when you're erect the whole time.
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