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03-30-2004, 01:00 PM
and they'll be near me in June! I really want to seem them again, so barring any unforeseen circumstances, I'll be at the North Star Bar on June 2nd. I hate going to Philly on a weeknight, but it will be worth the effort.

A Public Service Announcement from Swish

04.14.04 Amsterdam: Paradiso Upstairs (NL)
04.15.04 Rotterdam: Rotown (NL)
04.16.04 Utrecht: Ekko (NL)
04.17.04 Hamburg: Molotov (GER)
04.18.04 Copenhagen: Loppen (DEN)
04.19.04 Stockholm: Debaser (SWE)
04.20.04 Oslo: Garage (NOR)
04.21.04 Göteborg: Pusterviksbaren (SWE)
04.22.04 Malmö: Pink Flag @ Inkonst (SWE)
04.24.04 Berlin: Roter Salon (GER)
04.25.04 Dresden: Starclub (GER)
04.26.04 Vienna: Chelsea (AUT)
04.27.04 Munich: Prager Fruehling (GER)
04.29.04 Lausanne: FNAC + V.O. (SWI)
04.30.04 Martigny: Cave du Manoir (SWI)
05.01.04 Paris: Le Nouveau Casino (FRA)
05.02.04 Bordeaux: C.A.T. (FRA)
05.04.04 Tourcoing: Le Grand Mix (FRA)
05.05.04 London: Garage (UK)
05.06.04 UK: tba
05.07.04 Brussels: Les Nuits Botanique (BEL)
05.14.04 L.A.: El Rey Theater
05.15.04 San Diego: The Casbah
05.16.04 Phoenix, AZ: Old Brickhouse
05.19.04 Austin, TX: The Parish (Mercury)
05.20.04 Dallas, TX: Trees
05.21.04 Houston, TX: The Proletariat
05.22.04 New Orleans, LA: The Parish
05.23.04 Birmingham, AL: Zydeco
05.25.04 Tampa, FL: The Orpheum
05.26.04 Orlando, FL: The Social
05.27.04 Jacksonville, FL: Jack Rabbits
05.28.04 Atlanta, GA: The Earl
05.29.04 Nashville, TN: 12th & Porter
05.31.04 Carrboro, NC: Cat's Cradle
06.01.04 D.C.: Black Cat
06.02.04 Philadelphia, PA: Northstar
06.03.04 Brooklyn, NY: North Six
06.04.04 NYC: Bowery Ballroom
06.05.04 Boston, MA: Middle East (down)
06.07.04 Pittsburgh, PA: The Rex Theater
06.08.04 Newport, KY (Cincy): Southgate House
06.09.04 Columbus, OH: Little Brother's
06.10.04 Detroit, MI: Magic Stick
06.11.04 Chicago, IL: The Abbey
06.12.04 Chicago, IL: The Abbey
06.13.04 Minneapolis, MN: 400 Bar
06.15.04 Denver, CO: Bluebird Theatre
06.26.04 San Francisco: The Fillmore

Some dates might be subject to change, so keep checking the following site as the dates approach:

03-30-2004, 01:49 PM
Thanks for the Beulah heads up - I love their studio material - how are they live?
Is it a not to be missed event?

03-30-2004, 02:05 PM
So the whole breaking up thing was just a publicity stunt? Rat bastards.

BTW, what's up with the whole Yoko thing? I thought the title was a reference to You're Only King Once, but then I read this:

Yoko Ono has asked us, as well as Yo La Tengo among others, to remix one of her old songs for an upcoming ep. Fu<a>ck yeah. Also, you can go here to see what Yoko has to say about us. Double fuc</a>k yeah.

"Here" says this in an interview with Yoko Ono:

Beulah singer Miles Kurosky said, "Yoko had to be the title since the record is about love, my growth as an artist, and the changes I've been going through as a human being. I wanted to make a more mature, confident and daring artistic statement. The word 'Yoko' says it all: change, progress and risk."

He's very eloquent. I really blessed Beulah, because they're going back to being real. Beulah are starting to do something on a different level. It's very close to the kind of writing that was done in the Sixties. It's good, and it's coming back.

Anyone have any insight into this?

03-30-2004, 02:13 PM
Thanks for the Beulah heads up - I love their studio material - how are they live?
Is it a not to be missed event?

Anyway, I wrote a review on the old board and mentioned how much I loved the show.The Khyber is a very small venue and it was SRO in the area they have live music. This was the tour following "The Coast Is Never Clear" and they did a bunch off that and a bunch from "When Your Hearstrings Break", and I was happier than a pig in slop. They were tight and loose and the same time, and I had a blast. I would highly recommend seeing them live and hope you enjoy them as much as I did. I know Darius saw them shortly after in NYC and said it was "pure pop pleasure" as I recall.