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Wednesday, April 22, 2009, 09:22 PM ( 2022 views ) - Photos - Posted by dagmarsieglinde
Brent Amaker and the Rodeo hit the High Dive this Saturday, April 25th. I saw them last when they played Ear Candy's Birthday party, which included whiskey baptisms and panty-tossing. Tix are only $10 and the show also features the Redwood Plan, whom I have not seen yet but have heard wonderful things about.

You know you want to see more:

Page 1, the Rodeo

Page 2, the Rodeo

Plus here's their new video for When Love Gets to a Man
When Love Gets To A Man from Black Daisy on Vimeo.

Tuesday, April 7, 2009, 02:31 AM ( 1362 views ) - Photos - Posted by dagmarsieglinde
Long live Travis!

Fran Healy

Andy Dunlop

Dougie Payne

More photos very soon - with some posted already here.

Saturday, April 4, 2009, 07:43 PM ( 2066 views ) - Photos - Posted by dagmarsieglinde
There are few certain things in this world but one is that OK Go will always put on a fantastic show. I've seen them in venues of vastly different sizes and they're always just on. Plus they are one of the best bands to photograph, no debate there. They did my favorite song of theirs, Invincible last and though I waited happily for it, the entire show was energetic and fabulous.

Damian Kulash

Tim Nordwind

Andy Ross

Complete gallery of OK Go @ Chop Suey:

Page 1
Page 2

Friday, April 3, 2009, 01:23 AM ( 985 views ) - Photos - Posted by dagmarsieglinde
I have a photo gallery ready of the remarkable Project Jenny, Project Jan!

Project Jenny, Project Jan @ Neumos

And a couple teaser photos:

Jeremy Haines

Sammy Rubin

Saturday, March 28, 2009, 05:12 PM ( 1624 views ) - Photos - Posted by dagmarsieglinde
I made it to the new Crocodile this week! Caught a great bill which included New Faces, a band from Port Townsend that I have been wanting to see for ages. Fantastic group.




For more photos go here.

Tuesday, March 24, 2009, 05:37 PM ( 2919 views ) - Musings - Posted by dagmarsieglinde
Lady Sovereign is coming to the Crocodile in May and I am really excited about this show. Hollywood Holt is opening and though it's unconfirmed right now, Chester French might be on this bill as well. Lady Sovereign's (or as she calls herself sometimes, SOV or the Biggest Midget in the Game) I Got You Dancing, is so great and catchy. The lyrics are hilarious too: You want a drink, I bet you do/ Just get me two.

Saturday, March 21, 2009, 05:24 PM ( 1350 views ) - Photos - Posted by dagmarsieglinde
Chester French has these talented songs and I never know where they're going with them. I like that. I like to be surprised when listening to music after all. They're two young guys, D.A. Wallach & Maxwell Drummey, from Massachusetts and bless them for making these super sounds. Guitarist Drummey came out in what was a first for me: a Marie Antoinette-inspired wig. Just awesome.

D.A. Wallach

Maxwell Drummey

D.A. Wallach & Maxwell Drummey

See more photos here.

She Loves Everybody - Chester French

Friday, March 20, 2009, 05:59 PM ( 1280 views ) - Photos - Posted by dagmarsieglinde
Germany's Cinema Bizarre, also known to me as one of the hottest bands ever, opened for Lady GaGa the other night. I actually enjoy their music too - honestly I heard them before I saw them. I will have an interview I did with them ready very soon. In the meantime please drool over these photos for, with me.

Kiro & Shin




I couldn't get any shots of their keyboardist, Romeo. Sorry Romeo. Check out the entire gallery here.

Plus I have full galleries ready of Lady GaGa:

Lady GaGa, page 1 & Lady GaGa, page 2

Tuesday, March 17, 2009, 08:30 PM ( 7031 views ) - Photos - Posted by dagmarsieglinde
Lady GaGa took over the Showbox last night. I've got tons of photos of on their way. Here's a couple:

Saturday, March 14, 2009, 08:17 PM ( 2362 views ) - Show Reviews & Photos - Posted by dagmarsieglinde
I love eclectic bills and putting Pop Levi in-between Project Jenny, Project Jan and Fujiya & Miyagi definitely falls in that category. Pop Levi’s an amazing guitarist and his set pumped along like blood in the veins. It’s not every night you see a guy really look like he’s mating with his guitar and his Sugar Assault Me Now is still an awesome track.

Project Jenny, Project Jan played songs such as Zoobar and Negative accompanied by a very entertaining choice of videos they’ve created. Negative, a song about losing a particular kind of photos taken of a girlfriend, has enough humor in it to make it fun but these are good songs too. Singer Jeremy Haines is officially now one of my favorite dancers.

Fujiya & Miyagi headlined in a droolworthy way. They’ve just released their second album, Lightbulbs, and their songs are so intense, so danceable and evocative. The way singers Steve Lewis and David Best balance their vocals is beautiful. Note to bassist Matt Hainsby: you are a super bassist. F&M have a wacky fan base judging by the pack of women and men clutching the speakers of the stage and screaming Fujiya Miyagi Fujiya Miyagi over and over again. Show included the sexy, sexy Uh, In One Ear & Out the Other and Knickerbocker – plus a performance of Pins & Needles with Project Jenny, Project Jan.

David Best of Fujiya & Miyagi

Matt Hainsby of Fujiya & Miyagi

Steve Lewis and David Best of Fujiya & Miyagi

Jeremy Haines of Project Jenny, Project Jan

Sammy Rubin of Project Jenny, Project Jan

Jeremy Haines of Project Jenny, Project Jan

Pop Levi

Pop Levi

And as always, full galleries on their way of these bands.

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