Even if I catch whatever horrible illness What What Now’s singer/guitarist Brittian has, it will have been completely worth it as theirs was my favorite set last night at the High Dive. His voice was wonderfully hoarse and his band’s energy kicked off a great night. I’ve seen What What Now twice and am kind of in denial about how good they are. Bravo/Brava, What What Now!
More photos from the rest of the night are forthcoming – speaking of… join our new flickr pool, won’t you?
Even though I have to work tomorrow, I’m counting this last weekend in March as a long one. I’ve only seen one band on the bill tonight at High Dive – What What Now, who blew out the Blue Moon in January and I’ve been looking forward to seeing them again ever since.
I’ve heard great things about the other three: High Divide, History For Sale (CD release tonight) and The Endeavors (video premiere tonight). Can’t wait!
Friday night will take me to The (amazing and fancy new) Crocodile for The Builders & The Butchers
and Kay Kay & His Weathered Underground.
Saturday’s Blue Moon show should put me over the top – I have a feeling the mother of all show-hangovers will keep me close to home and happily recovering on Sunday. Check out this lineup: A Post-Grunge Compilation Showcase starring:
The Greenriver Thrillers
Dead Scene Celebrity
Romance is playing at the Crocodile on Wednesday, March 25th. It’s been quite a while since I have seen this band and I treasure their cds I have. If we’re lucky the moody Seattle skies will match this music with something like this, a shot of what looks like a skylight at the Crocodile. Dreamy.
Crocodile Windows – photo by Amelia Gydé
And check out Romance’s video for Killer in the World:
Patrol played the Crocodile tonight for day two of the venue’s grand opening. Amelia Gydé, who is part of the team of backbeatseattle.com as photographer and writer just edited some sweet shots. I am posting a couple here. The Crocodile is pretty swanky now – that’s right, I am looking at you marble sink.
Skippy King of Patrol – photo by Amelia Gydé
Jared Burke Eglington of Patrol – photo by Amelia Gydé
Marble (!!!) sink in the Crocodile – photo by Amelia Gydé