Photos – How to destroy angels_, April 2013

by Jamie Sanford on May 10, 2013

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I rushed to the How to destroy angels_ show after coming back from my surprise trip to see Mom for her birthday. It was a great end to a crazy weekend. Luckily, Will was able to bring my camera in the car so I could make pictures during the show.

How to destroy angelsMariqueen Maandig was really impressive live. We had an emotionally realized version of “Ice age” that was really fantastic.

How to destroy angelsThe visuals of this show were insane. I had completely spoiled myself by watching the Coachella videos, but the experience in person was totally different and incredibly trippy.

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How to destroy angelsOh hi, Trent Reznor. It’s been a while since the last time we saw you.

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The entire set of photos from the show is available here on Flickr.

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More Cowbell T-Shirt

by Jamie Sanford on April 9, 2010

If you haven’t seen the SNL skit that this t-shirt references, go here right now.  The video quality isn’t wonderful, but the funny comes across.

The “More Cowbell” shirt is available from Drum Bum for $19.95.

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Nine Inch Nails: The Visual Spectacle

by Jamie Sanford on September 15, 2008 NIN Dazzles with Lasers, LEDs and Stealth Screens

You need to see the link to get it.  Watch at least a bit of the video that shows clips from different songs so that you can get the idea of what was happening throughout the show.

What is killing me about this is that we just went to see NIN on 8/27, but my seats were on the side. Don’t ask me why I thought this was a good idea, I went to the last tour and I was pretty far back but could still see the stage from the intended location. This time, I bought tickets for seats so that we could be close to the stage, but totally forgot that I would likely not get the full visual experience from the side.  Don’t get me wrong, the show still killed, and if it weren’t for the two guys next to me who TALKED throughout the show, it would have been an almost flawless experience. 

I will remember to sit in the front next time.

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