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Voicemails from the Great Satan

Adam Gnade & Demetrius Francisco Antuña estarán presentando en vivo, su proyecto “Voicemails from the Great Satan” editado en cassette via Three One G Records, banda invitada Triste Polizonte.
El próximo Viernes 21 de Septiembre en Lycanthro Pub en Tijuana.

“En “Voicemails from the Great Satan” el autor Adam Gnade y el músico Demetrius Antuña forjan un paisaje sonoro para todos nuestros miedos y frustraciones en la America de Trump, así como una voz para nuestros fantasmas. Desde el comienzo, la sensación de pesadez y desesperanza es asombrosa.”
Letras: Adam Gnade
Música: Demetrius Francisco Antuña

Adam Gnade & Demetrius Francisco Antuña will be performing “Voicemails from the Great Satan” their Three One G Records release in its entirety, special guests Triste Polizonte.
Friday September 21st. at Lycanthro Pub in Tijuana.

“In “Voicemails from the Great Satan,” author Adam Gnade and musician Demetrius Antuña forge a soundscape for all of our fears and frustrations in Trump’s America, as well as a voice for our ghosts. From its outset, the sense of heaviness and hopelessness is staggering.”
Words: Adam Gnade
Music: Demetrius Francisco Antuña

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Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds live at the San Diego Civic Theatre

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds “played” the San Diego Civic Theatre on Monday June 26th, 2017. I use quotations marks around played because he didn’t much play but more like sang, preached, screamed, recited and just absolutely owned the theatre with his presence for over 2 hours of music.

Is it normal to start feeling anxiety and a panic attack coming in about 4 songs deep into a Nick Cave concert? Because that’s exactly what was happening that night. There is this energy that Nick Cave emits that, if you’re sensitive enough you will be able to feel his warmth, his sadness, his anger and fury. He draws you in. He commands attention. He will be heard.

Monday’s show was no exception to his previous tours. After 18 songs and a little over 2 hours Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds filled the theatre with beautiful ballads surrounded by the loudest noise and screams and snarls that your ears could handle.

It didn’t matter if this was your 1st show or your 10th, this was still a special show. Specially when “Stagger Lee” started playing and Nick Cave summoned the crowd to join him onstage for the remainder of that song and “Push The Sky Away”.

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