My Musical Adventures

Cut Copy, Black Kids @ Mezzanine, 4/26/08

not connect to matchmaking server cs go Occasionally, between screaming guitars and brutal mosh pits, I like to go dancing. I figured that this one off Coachella show would be a fun night for it. Notice that the headliner’s name is missing.

location based dating apps iphone Black Kids are an interesting hybrid of indie rock, motown, techno, and The Cure. That said, I didn’t get it. The females voices were of super poppy back-up singer quality, and paired with the Robert Smith knock-off voice, it just didn’t work for me.

http://www.deompdei.org/klinok/455 After many a show at Mezzanine, I should know by now that sold out shows here mean that the most annoying people in SF are bound to be in attendance.

meilleures phrases d'accroche site de rencontre Cut Copy puts on a good show. It’s dancy without getting repetitive, and their stage show is high energy. So much so, that they put one girl in enough of a frenzy to jump onstage. The crowd was going crazy, too, and because everyone was in large groups, it started to become a me against them fight. I thought we were supposed to be dancing, people. It was a nonstop set, and by the end, I was through.

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flirten lernen 2.0 boerse OVERALL: 4/10
Cut Copy performance: 6/10
Black Kids performance: 4/10
venue (Mezzanine): 7/10
crowd/scene: 3/10
value ($20.00/ticket): 3/10
memorable: 9.5/10

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