oh, we DID, trust me. i was plenty drunk. ask neeners.now, HORNS, that is an idea i can get behind.
let's no pile on the sound guys. it's a difficult job trying to coordinate sound for as many acts as they had to on saturday. everyone has a different setup and is loading in and out in like ten minutes. i think they did a pretty great job all things considered. also, we were probably nowhere near as preped as we should have been in terms of understanding the specifics of the setup. also, the dj was kick ass.
Whip out that sax and crunch some oingo boingo into your style. That would be awesome.Screw you if you don't like Oingo Boingo.
You guys rocked! I have had no fewer than 9 people in the neighborhood come up to me in the past couple days and comment on how fantastic the music and entertainment was this year at the Festival. Thank you for making it happen.
I *do* happen to own a sax. And I'm TERRIFIED to take it out of it's case and try to play it.
If you haven't had enough time to rehearse, next time just drink much beer before the show, it will all work out.
I was feeling more of an 'early Joy Division' vibe. How about adding a synthesizer?
My favorite moments were the feedback-enhanced vocals on the first number and those cool, crunchy sounds obtained by refitting the guitar jack after its disconnection. Further exploration down those avenues could be quite rewarding.
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