19-Sep-2003 (Fri) Wherein I recommend you spend some time at the club over the next week.

It's been a while since I've updated because not a whole lot has been going on, just the usual suspects.

At the last Thump, they brought in different subwoofers, because apparently they've gotten it in their heads that our very good subs, in their very well designed concrete bunker, aren't good enough. So they replaced ours with rented ones. As far as I could tell, the effect of these was to make it so that if you were standing in the front half of the room, your internal organs were vibrating, but you couldn't actually hear any bass in a musical sense.

You know what it sounds like when you're walking down the street, and some jackass in an SUV full of speakers is trying to prove how small his penis is? Where you can just barely tell that there's music playing, but mostly what you're hearing is the door panels rattling? It sounded pretty much exactly like that.

Apparently they liked it so much that they're planning on doing it every time. Well, whatever, if they want to pay extra to make it sound worse, why should I care?


We've got a full week of interesting stuff coming up, though:

Sun, Sep 21: Flying Tiger Circus:
This was a fantastic show last year, and several of the same performers are back this time, so I strongly recommend checking this out...
Tue, Sep 23: Crüxshadows + Sunshine Blind:
Sunshine Blind are a great gothy rock band who have played here twice before (plus, Caroline works here!) I don't know Crüxshadows, but the few MP3s I've heard alternate between "Christian Death" and "VNV Nation", if you can believe that. I'm told they put on a good show.
Wed, Sep 24: St. Vitus Dance + System Syn:
A pair of industrial/synthpop bands.
Thu, Sep 25: Meat, an above-average industrial dance night.
Tue, Sep 30: God Module, Tesseract7, and Control Theory,
who have all played here before: God Module is two guys and a laptop; Tesseract7 and Control Theory are industrial rock bands with actual instruments.

Please come and partake of the non-house-music offerings so that we can do more and I don't go insane. Thank you.

3 Responses:

  1. kyronfive says:

    FYI SVD (St. Vitus Dance) has real live guitarists so it's not just two guys and a laptop.

    • hafnir says:

      Furthermore, both bands told me they will each have 5 people on stage, and both are also bringing drum kits and guitars on top of keyboards.

  2. ammonoid says:

    Almost a whole week of cool stuff! That rocks.