It List: Monday
Is it just me or has this been like the shittiest Monday ever? Anyway, we'll have a wrap up from our show a little later, so check back:
Tim and Eric Awesome Show Great Job (The Loft): Doors are at 830 for this, and I can't tell whether or not there is any opening act, so I'd try to get there around 9. And yeah, I AM actually going to try to get there, because these guys create my favorite show on television right now, and maybe one of my favorite shows of all time. I won't try to get all intellectual about the show ( even though people throw terms like "dada" around when discussing it), but I will say that this sketch made me laugh harder than anything I've seen on TV in years, and I can think of a dozen other things they've released in the past couple years that have been just as funny. I'm hoping that their live show will be similar to some of the live performances I've seen on Youtube, which have featured the insane cast of vagabonds that they have recruited for their show. This could also end up being awkward and really bad, but secretly, that is kind of what I'm hoping for.
Minus the Bear/Annuals/27 (the Loft): Here's an idea-- Annuals are pretty good and Minus the Bear are pretty bad, so why don't you go to the in store at Good Records at 7pm and call it a night?
Cool Out (the Cavern)
Young Doc Gooden (Hailey's): Whats up with all the Monday night weeklies around here getting featured in national glossies lately? First the photo shoot at Cool Out last week, and now YDG being featured in URB? I get chills down my spine thinking about how much this pisses off all the tired old Dallas indie rockers.
Buckethead (Granada): Is this that dude with the KFC bullshit who played with Guns N Roses that one time or is it that techno shit from the late 90's? I didn't really care enough to find out.