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  1.  (1913.1)
    Saw Fuck Buttons open for Caribou on Sunday. They both were quite good but I was somewhat taken aback that FB's just played their album verbatim. I know its nice to have a noisy band have some songs and whatnot but still....there is so much room from improvisation and experimentation with their setup and they just play the same thing every night? I dont know am I weird for thinking that....is it just that I am conditioned so that if I see two guys hunched over tables full of mixers and knobs i expect improv? For example it didnt bother me in the least that Caribou played their songs straight and well....

    On that note I do like that various parts of the internation noise underground continue to surface. I mean how ubiquitous is the on stage mixer these days? Or only needin a card table and some knobs to rock out.

    anyways here are the other dates with FB's on that tour, if anybody sees them I would love to hear your thoughts. oh and Caribou live is a sight to behold!

    04-23 San Francisco, CA - The Independent #
    04-24 Los Angeles, CA - El Rey Theatre #
    04-25 Tucson, AZ - Plush #
    04-26 El Paso, TX - Club 101 #
    04-27 Austin, TX - Emo's #
    04-28 Dallas, TX - Palladium Loft #
    04-29 Tulsa, OK - The Continental #
    04-30 Kansas City, MO - The Record Bar #
    05-01 St. Louis, MO - The Billiken Club #
    05-02 Bloomington, IN - Waldron Auditorium #
    05-03 Oberlin, OH - Oberlin College #
    05-04 Buffalo, NY - Big Orbit's Soundlab #
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      CommentAuthornigredo
    • CommentTimeApr 22nd 2008
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    Will see Fuck Buttons live with Battles in London in about three weeks...
  2.  (1913.3)
    Nigredo - They're playing with Battles?? I already have a ticket for that gig, but I didn't know Fuck Buttons were playing! Joy. Makes up for missing them by two weeks in February.
  3.  (1913.4)
    04-27 Austin, TX - Emo's #

    See!?! That's why I need to move to Austin...
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      CommentAuthornigredo
    • CommentTimeApr 23rd 2008
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