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#1 | Posted: 05/27/2015 13:39 | Post subject: most notable acts you've seen live/want to see live Reply with quote
seen

Black Sabbath
Bob Dylan
Lou Reed
Motorhead
Patti Smith
Iggy Pop and The Stooges
Newton Faulkner
The Libertines
Bad manners
Stiff little fingers
Faith no more
Soundgarden
The Pogues
The View
Maximo Park
The cribs
Everything everything
The magic numbers
Interpol
Magazine
Mumford and sons
Ray davies
Seasick steve
Morrissey
Laura marling
Spritualised
The enemy
Crystal castles
Magnetic man

Want to see

Foo fighters
The Who
Animal Collective
Queen
Rolling Stones
Johnny Marr
Strokes
Green Day
1975
Blink 182
Metallica
Radiohead
Oasis (I reckon they'll reunite someday)
Kate Bush
Paul McCartney
Elton John
Bruce Springsteen
Cat Stevens
Elvis Costello
Prince
Fleetwood mac
Cure
Eminem
AC/DC
Tom Waits
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#2 | Posted: 05/27/2015 14:46 | Post subject: Reply with quote
I've seen Pixies (Doolittle 25th), Arcade Fire (Suburbs), Animal Collective (Centipede Hz and their recent DJ Set thing), Kanye West (Yeezus), Neutral Milk Hotel (Reunion), and Swans (To Be Kind) as far as acts I would deem notable. Alex G and Pope could get thrown in for good measure, I guess, but they're just friends of friends so the vibe has just been that I'm at a party where these people happen to be. I'm gonna buy tickets to Beach House for October soon, and I'm probably going to spend reckless amounts of money on a September vacation cross country to catch Autechre.

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#3 | Posted: 05/27/2015 14:57 | Post subject: Re: most notable acts you've seen live/want to see live Reply with quote
DarkSideOfTheComputer wrote:
seen

Black Sabbath
Bob Dylan

Lou Reed
Motorhead
Patti Smith
Iggy Pop and The Stooges
Newton Faulkner
The Libertines
Bad manners
Stiff little fingers
Faith no more
Soundgarden
The Pogues
The View
Maximo Park
The cribs

Everything everything
The magic numbers
Interpol
Magazine
Mumford and sons
Ray davies
Seasick steve
Morrissey

Laura marling
Spritualised
The enemy
Crystal castles
Magnetic man

Want to see

Foo fighters
The Who
Animal Collective
Queen
Rolling Stones
Johnny Marr
Strokes
Green Day
1975
Blink 182
Metallica
Radiohead
Oasis

Kate Bush
Paul McCartney
Elton John
Bruce Springsteen
Cat Stevens
Elvis Costello
Prince

Fleetwood mac
Cure
Eminem
AC/DC
Tom Waits


Seen the ones in bold. Might add some more later.
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Mies





#4 | Posted: 05/27/2015 16:58 | Post subject: Reply with quote
I absolutely would like to see a live by Nils Frahm nowadays! I watched somehting on youtube and it seems just magic..
Unfortunately he doesn't come to Italy so i should go to Germany for that..
Another artist active atm who i'd like to see is Ty Segall, even better if it's Fuzz... but i guess it doesn't count unless it is in some suburb in USA Smile )
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#5 | Posted: 05/27/2015 17:01 | Post subject: Reply with quote
I've seen:

Sigur Ros
Radiohead
Spiritualized
Mark Kozelek
Neutral Milk Hotel (and Jeff solo)
Low
Mr Bungle
Music Tapes
Rocket From the Crypt
Arcade Fire
Flaming Lips
Godspeed
Rodriguez
The Faint
The Walkmen
The Replacements
Pulp
The Veils
Phoenix
Mercury Rev
Pixies
Afghan Whgs
Twilight Singers
Gutter Twins (Dulli + Lanegan)
The Cure
Wilco
Tweedy
Bon Iver
Gogol Bordello
Outkast
Besnard Lakes
The Roots
Mars Volta
Dan Deacon
Thee Oh Sees
Sonic Youth
Nada Surf
Menomena
Secret Machines
Battles
Beastie Boys (first and last ever Brooklyn show)
Broken Social Scene
Elbow
The Strokes
Springsteen
Echo & The Bunnymen
Parenthetical Girls
My Bloody Valentine
Slowdive
Man Man
The Dears
Polyphonic Spree
Beck
Superdrag
James
Morrissey
Charles Bradley
Secret Chief 3
Faith No More
White Stripes
Beach House
The National
Charlotte Gainsbourg
Liars
Modest Mouse
Lovage
Feist
Fantomas
Animal Collective
Belle & Sebastian
Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Andrew WK
Yo La Tengo
Killing Joke
DEVO
Queens of the Stone Age
Trail of Dead
Magnetic Fields
Andrew Bird
M83
Dillinger Escape Plan
Built to Spill
Joanna Newsom
John Cale
Hold Steady
Dirty Projectors
The Residents
Philip Glass
Patti Smith
Islands
Bright Eyes
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
TV On the Radio
Ted Leo
Desaparecidos
The Wrens
Fun
Teenage Fanclub
Mew
Neko Case
Hella
Frightened Rabbit
Kool Keith
KRS One
Atmosphere
Anti-Pop Consortium
Sharon Jones
Budos Band
Aesop Rock
Dodos
A Place to Bury Strangers
Tallest Man on Earth
Frank Black
Dinosaur Jr
Hot Snakes
Oh No Ono
St Vincent
War on Drugs
Kurt Vile
The Acorn
Cocorosie
Butthole Surfers
Jon Spencer
Wesley Willis
Hot Chip
The Zombies
Girl Talk
Deerhunter
Wire
Black Lips
Gang of Four
Caribou
Black Mountain
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Decemberists
Breeders
Os Mutantes
Raveonettes
Xiu Xiu
Deerhoof
Timber Timbre
Fiery Furnaces
Black Angels
Wye Oak
Sunset Rubdown
Cursive
of Montreal
Janelle Monae
Stephen Malkmus
The Feelies
Grizzly Bear
MGMT
Deer Tick
Perfume Genius
They Might Be Giants
Atlas Sound
The Rapture
Spoon
Antlers
Black Keys
Boris
Liturgy
Mission of Burma
We Were Promised Jetpacks
Kings of Leon
Franz Ferdinand
Metric
Twilight Sad
New Pornographers
Clap Your Hands Say Yeah
Akron Family
OKGO
Jason Lytle (Grandaddy)
Vampire Weekend
Camera Obscura
Go Team
Ariel Pink
Peeping Tom
Band of Horses
Sleater Kinney
Sharon Van Etten
M Ward
Buzzcocks
Pains of Being Pure at Heart
Crystal Castles
Enon
Beirut
John Vanderslice
Editors
Maximo Park
Manu Chau
Spectrum
Dean & Britta
The Drones
Mountain Goats
Superchunk
Yeasayer
Architecture in Helsinki
Clientele
Sea & Cake
Tool
Mogwai
Fucked Up
Buck 65
Flying Lotus
Warlocks
Handsome Boy Modeling School
Eels
Underworld
Shins
DFA1979
Nickel Creek
Tom Tom Club
Torche
Laura Marling
Green Day


and loads more I've either forgotten or left off because they're not well known


I want to see:
Waits, Cohen, D'angelo...
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#6 | Posted: 05/27/2015 17:14 | Post subject: Reply with quote
permafrost wrote:
I'm probably going to spend reckless amounts of money on a September vacation cross country to catch Autechre.

this x100. Already mad hyped for one show pretty nearby but if I can scrounge up the cash I'd follow them to the ends of the earth
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#7 | Posted: 05/27/2015 17:21 | Post subject: Reply with quote
Well damn. You guys have been to a lot of shows. I haven't been to many.

I've seen:

Iron Maiden
Anthrax
Megadeth
Motorhead
Testament
Overkill
KISS
Motley Crue
Michael Schenker
Scorpions
Snoop Dogg

There are too many acts I'd love to see. But I'd definitely like to see Metallica one day.
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zdwyatt



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#8 | Posted: 05/27/2015 18:19 | Post subject: Reply with quote
The best shows:

Nine Inch Nails
Tool
The Decemberists
Neko Case
Alison Krauss and Union Station
John Butler Trio
Drive-By Truckers
Ray LaMontagne
The Avett Brothers
Iron & Wine

Other big acts I've seen, but whose live show didn't really impress me (has more to do with arenas than with the bands):

Foo Fighters
Live
Counting Crows
A Perfect Circle
Muse
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Pearl Jam
Mudhoney

Honorable mention to Weezer, who played the gym of my local tech college back in like '94. I don't remember if the show was any good, but we were all stoked that a band we'd heard of would come play our little town at all.
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#9 | Posted: 05/27/2015 19:48 | Post subject: Reply with quote
SEEN
The Rolling Stones
Slayer
Eric Clapton
Bob Dylan
Metallica
Rob Zombie
Alice Cooper
The Ramones
Motley Crue
Kiss (original lineup)
Leonard Cohen
Reverand Horton Heat
Nashville Pussy
NoMeansNo
Matanza
Joyside
D.O.A.
George Thorogood
Cannibal Corpse
GWAR
Carcass
Hang on the Box
Ratos De Porao
Asaf Avidan
Motorhead
Fucked Up

WANT TO SEE
System of a Down
AC/DC
Slipknot
Lamb of God
Tom Waits
Nick Cave

WISH I'D Seen
Guns 'N' Roses
Mojo Nixon
The Sex Pistols
The Cramps
Killdozer
The Sex Pistols
Type O Negative


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Kiki





#10 | Posted: 05/27/2015 20:08 | Post subject: Reply with quote
Manic Street Preachers
Villagers
Against Me!
Rise Against

Those are the only music artists I have seen live which will have albums on BEA. All the others are music artists who played charity events, local folk groups (when in Lake District) and artists at Haven holiday parks when younger.

For Want to See, perhaps artists high on my charts.
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