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Thursday, April 27, 2006

For What It's Worth

The Strokes put on a fantastic performance last night at DAR. Alas, DAR still sucks for a rock show. You can't feel the bass or percussion in that set up, and it really takes a big part of the concert going experience away from you. But that said, The Strokes were awesome. Julian Casablancas is such a rock star. And, his package was visible from Section G, Row D -- which is nowhere near the stage. Carrying all that weight around probably explains his hunched over posture and geriatric jazzercize dance moves. Look for Jason's review up on DCist later today.

2 Comments:

Anonymous jenna said...

Good DCist article. It appears, from the photographs, that the writer was sitting on the floor near the front, which would definitely account for why he didnt note how horrible the sound is from any other section of the Hall. But whatever, they did put on a good performance, and that guest singer guy did really embarrass himself. Haha, and woohoo the Bravery singer was there! haha.

1:59 PM  
Blogger The Deceiver said...

I was sitting in the orchestra on stage right (audience left) side in the back section, and I did, in fact, note how the sound was poor.

1:25 AM  

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