it was a seated gig which i’m really in to these days. the music was still loud and manic though and a chap on our row was waving his legs wildly where he sat, making the whole row wobble. it was a bit like being in a mosh pit. only slightly less squashy.
robyn even popped out after the show to sign some albums. what a nice chap
the husband of the support act singer had a fine moustache / beard combo.
jane and i went to see the kaiser chiefs on thursday night. they were most excellent and it was great to see them in a smallish venue before they do their big stadium tour
at one point the singer managed to convince the crowd to part and make a pathway so he could run to the back of the hall. he then ‘swam’ back along the top of the crowd.
i took the day off work yesterday to spend the day taking photos of things for my course. this was the first thing(s) i tried to take a picture of as it’s meant to show the word ‘black’. but i don’t think it does. so i got a bit disillusioned and before I knew it the day was gone. ho hum.
even though they didn’t meet the brief (at least i don’t think they do) they are fairly ok-ish photos i think. the earphones look a bit sinister in some of the pictures.
in a rare moment of coordination i managed to get tickets to see Adam Green when i was in brussels. he was totally excellent. video of a single is here
these blurry photos pretty much sum up the gig.