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ARPIL 2020 USA TOUR!!!

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better be, for $1500

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Bummer - First time ever im gonna miss him play in NYC bc I'm moving. Hope he adds a date or two. Enjoy guys

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Has it always been arpil 2020?

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23 hours ago, Gocab said:

Has it always been arpil 2020?

Love & Light 🙂

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Have my flights booked and tix to the show purchased. 

 

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i'm just going to listen to the album from upstairs while playing it at full volume in my basement

maybe spill some beer on myself, burn my clothes with cigarettes and have some ppl over to talk loudly over the music

same experience as going to the show but vastly cheaper

 

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20 hours ago, hapbt said:

i'm just going to listen to the album from upstairs while playing it at full volume in my basement

maybe spill some beer on myself, burn my clothes with cigarettes and have some ppl over to talk loudly over the music

same experience as going to the show but vastly cheaper

 

I would normally support this as I've gotten cynical on electronic live shows. Tom does deliver though. Blasting the album would capture about 60% of it--can't lie--but he does some pro mangling and dementia with a psychedelic bass freakout to boot. His tickets are reasonable too. Richard been on them Chad prices for sometime now. 

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God i hope it isnt a bunch of milquetoasts there lol

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recordings are only able to capture so much, and a given system is likely to omit signifcant bass, etc. a good show should be like an alternate recording of the album that you hear better because the musicians prepared the system to sound as intended. when i saw SP in '13 the ufabulum stuff had never sounded better, just sound-wise. i was wondering if tom used higher sample rates and bit depths, live. some of the songs were stuck in my head for a week. every song was basically a remix, too, because they were so different. it was a good show.

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On 1/3/2020 at 3:40 AM, xxx said:

I would normally support this as I've gotten cynical on electronic live shows. Tom does deliver though. Blasting the album would capture about 60% of it--can't lie--but he does some pro mangling and dementia with a psychedelic bass freakout to boot. His tickets are reasonable too. Richard been on them Chad prices for sometime now. 

Yeah his DFN set was pretty fucking great.

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On 1/3/2020 at 9:34 AM, very honest said:

recordings are only able to capture so much, and a given system is likely to omit signifcant bass, etc. a good show should be like an alternate recording of the album that you hear better because the musicians prepared the system to sound as intended. when i saw SP in '13 the ufabulum stuff had never sounded better, just sound-wise. i was wondering if tom used higher sample rates and bit depths, live. some of the songs were stuck in my head for a week. every song was basically a remix, too, because they were so different. it was a good show.

i agree, ive never got any of the ufab/damogen era stuff to sound much good on my speakers or phones, but i remember particularly good sound at the ufabulum show.  i was also high tho so :emb:

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ufab/damogen was basically made for the live setting, so it makes sense

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I was uber cycnical about his DFN set but jesus christ it blew me away.....Best company ever though - gwan the OG snarp masf

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Got Seattle tix! It’ll be my third time seeing him in town. Saw him in 2003 or 2004 with Luke Vibert opening with a 3 hour dj set at Chop Suey. Tom came on really late and played until like 2 in the morning. It’s was incredible. 

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I've been trying to use every possible connection to open for him in SF. Definitely a long shot, but I'm trying.

At any rate, this will be a great show.

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