Friday night at Downtown LA’s Palace Julian Casablancas played a short set including interval of the eight songs on his new solo album Phrazes For the Young and a coupla Strokes obscurities.The production values of the According to Todd Martens of the LA Times “The visuals impressed, more so because the giant sliding screens allowed for the underground water shots, cartoon-ish cityscapes and kaleidoscope-like prisms that mirrored Casablancas’ intricately weird arrangements”.
Interesting? Sure but in a world of Saint Motels not exactly fascinating.
Still, as always, Casablancas is about the melodies and on the album they were strong and live they are always strong. He is meant to be in town January 2010. It won’t be Bowery ballroom -my bet is two opening acts and United Palace -not Beacon or Radio City for promotional reasons.
a seamless flow of Allenness, family friendly vibe
“And nobody ever knew it wasn’t me, literally nobody knew”
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the typical, anthemic, declarative style
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PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT CELEBRATING THE 35TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE RELEASE OF APPETITE FOR DESTRUCTION FROM THE FIRST 50 GIGS
35 years to the date of the release of the seminal album
virtuosity in the folk melody
connects himself directly through the white trash, trailer park to Tupelo dirt poor
knock three times for Tony!