I Don't Wanna Live Forever ~ Motörhead @ The Warfield, 10/5/09

There was something about going to a Motörhead show that inspired me to dress up a bit. So, I dusted off my skull-n-bones flashy cowboy boots, pulled out the bandana, and put on my six shooter tank top and necklace. I had neglected to think about the fact that my walk to The Warfield up […]

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The Prodigy Packs a Punch, with Tenderlions @ The Warfield, 5/28/09

When I was getting over grunge, I spent about a year engrossed in the club kid scene in Austin in the mid nineties. Prodigy’s Fat of the Land had just released, and it bridged the gap between my industrial roots in NIN and Manson, and the dance/trance Keoki style music that accompanied a couple of […]

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The Decemberists @ The Warfield, 11/25/08

“You’d better hurry, they just went on stage!” It’s 9pm, which seems early to me, but apparently The Decemberists don’t run on rock ‘n roll time. It’s night two of my manfriend’s indie rock run, and while I am familiar enough with ‘The Engine Driver’ to know that it makes me very sad, I do […]

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The Dandy Warhols @ The Warfield, 10/4/08

I’m running on rock ‘n roll time tonight, and when I arrive at The Warfield I know that the empty hall means that the band is already on. I make my way through the crowd to my usual spot, and am shocked once I reach the floor. It’s roomy down here. Come to find out, […]

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Rancid, The Adolescents @ The Warfield, 9/26/08

Last night I was an outcast. I didn’t grow up with this music. Unlike 99% of the people there, I didn’t know every word, where the fist pumps go, where to say ‘hey!’. My outfit wasn’t entirely right either. But, I had always heard that Rancid puts on killer shows and have amazing fans; so […]

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Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds @ The Warfield, 9/19/08

Last night, at the newly reopened Warfield, Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds brought their black magic post punk rock to a willing and ready audience. It was my first time to see Nick Cave, and I was expecting an enigmatic performance. It was that and so much more. Cave crooned and the audience swooned, […]

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Serj Tankian @ The Warfield, 3/8/08

In a rare occasion of perfect timing for me, I take my spot at The Warfield just as Serj Tankian takes the stage. I am not as familiar with Tankian as I am with most artists I go to see. But there are three things I do know about him which compelled me to attend: […]

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Marilyn Manson, Ours @ The Warfield, 2/20/08

Last year, I finally was able to see Manson for the first time. It was something I had been waiting to do for 10 years. While I was really happy with the show, and rated it as one of my top shows last year, this show at The Warfield was about a hundred times better. […]

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Chris Cornell @ The Warfield, 7/10/07

The Warfield lived up to its name down in the GA area last night, as the ’90’s moshers, solo career supporters, and those dangling somewhere in between battled it out for the best view of Chris Cornell last night. Let’s put aside all of the flack first: the murmurs of how quickly Audioslave fell apart […]

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 Velvet Revolver @ The Warfield, 5/5/07

Velvet Revolver @ The Warfield, 5/5/07

Meow. This is the stuff that rock ‘n roll dreams are made of. Knowing that we are all starved for real rock music, scalpers really ravaged tickets for this show. I had to buy a second hand e-ticket…no keepsake stub for me. Frowny face. So I was running on rock ‘n roll time and missed […]

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Iggy Pop and The Stooges @ The Warfield, 4/21/07

The old, the young, the rebellious. All here to see the inventor of the stage dive; the sinewy, writhing man that can’t really sing, that fronts a band of guys that can’t really play. But how does the combination add up to one of the most influential bands of all time? They’re relateable, down on […]

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