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    Tuesday, July 03, 2007

    I'll sleep when you're uploaded #2

    The Fillore at Irving Plaza, New York City, 6-9-07


    Despot




    Slow Suicide Stimulus





    Yak Ballz






    Hangar 18

























    El-P




    "The Overly Dramatic Truth"


    "Deep Space 9mm"

    * MP3: "Smithereens (Stop Cryin')" - El-P from I'll Sleep When You're Dead [Buy it]
    * MP3: "This Is Not In My Head" - El-P from Weareallgoingtoburninhellmegamix!!! [Buy other El-P]
    * Previously: I'll sleep when you're uploaded

    Comments on "I'll sleep when you're uploaded #2"

     

    Anonymous angrycitizen said ... (11:31 PM) : 

    Charlie,

    great photos. I was wondering if this show was better than the Bowery show earlier in the year?

     

    Anonymous Zilla Rocca said ... (9:56 AM) : 

    Damn--I missed EL-P a few weeks back when he was in Philly.

    The show looks dope. Question--why is Yak Ballz allowed to rap in front of people?

     

    Blogger Charlie said ... (2:27 AM) : 

    AC,

    I thought the openers were better this time around. I'd gladly trade Despot for Rob Sonic and Hangar 18 seems to hitting its stride finally. El-P was excellent both times, but I maybe was slightly more excited to see him the first time because I liked the detainee theme and it had been so long since I'd seen him do a full set (the PLUG fiasco did not count). But yeah, I thought he put on awesome shows both times.

    Zilla, Yak Ballz has never really bothered me. Granted I wouldn't go see him headline, but he at least rhymes like he means it and he makes his eyes bug out maniacally on every other line. That's got to count for something, right?

     

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