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Monday, January 21, 2008

This Weekend (and Today) on Line Out

posted by on January 21 at 15:00 PM

Bukowski: More inspirational to musicians than most other musicians.

Corey Haim: High on pills and Japanese funk.

Sleepy Eyes of Death: Two reviews of one show; #1, and #2.

Invasion: A pretty, pretty spaceship lands at Showbox SODO.

Joanna Newsom: Jeff Kirby finds live footage worth watching.

Tonight: Throw Me the Statue and a secret guest perform at Chop Suey.

The Future of Music: Mary J. Blige says it’s in the hands of Amy Winehouse?

Today is Slow for Music News: But a few things have happened since last week.

Seattle Dubstep: Shift makes it real.

Tour Diary: PWRFL Power writes from the road.

Jesse Sykes and Phil Wandscher: Their show on Friday sounded great, but Trent Moorman wants to know what’s up with all the chatting during the show.

Pop Trivia: Seattle crowns new pop culture trivia kings (and a queen).


Taken at the Baranoff by Stranger Flickr Pool contributor kurt schlosser.

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Is it notable that Dan Deacon absolutely blasted The Stranger and it's negative Ultimate Reality "reviewer" last night at Neumos? Seriously. He sounded really angry with Seattle's Only Newspaper. Later, someone tore off one side of the Stranger's banner so it hung limply on the balcony. Then Deacon he had the audience build a human tunnel and named 'champions' to run around throughout the dance floor, like a raver feeding ecstasy to the inner child.

Deacon also played like the fat guy on the playground who was so sick of getting bullied around, that he fought back. In The Stranger v. Deacon, last night brought all the big kids back onto Dan's side.

Posted by clarkj | January 21, 2008 4:19 PM

A friend turned me on to Jesse Syke's acoustic show at the last minute, but I was not able to go. My regrets to you, Jesse, and a big honkin' FUCK YOU to all the fucktards who wouldn't SHUT THE FUCK UP during the show. I read about you fuckwits on the Intarweb, and I'm pissed off.

I've been to many shows where the audience wouldn't show some goddamn respect to the performer and SHUT the FUCK UP during the performance.

Here's an idea: All you hipsters and wannabees, how about next time you're at a show and the fucktards next to you keep blathering on about their visit to the dog spa and their Audi you give them a great big "SHHhhhhh!" I am going to do it, you can be sure. I don't care if I'm the only one or if every fucking other person in there joins me.

Posted by Dr_Awesome | January 21, 2008 5:29 PM

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