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Sin Agog
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Edited May 27, 2013, 01:45
Re: Your Favourite Small Venue (UK)
May 27, 2013, 01:40
Davey_B wrote:
Sin Agog wrote:
Davey_B wrote:
Not sure about their definition of a small venue. The Concorde 2 in Brighton is not in my opinion in any way, shape or form a small venue.

If they wanted a small but excellent venue in Brighton then the Prince Albert would have been my choice.

This is the NME, so I'm guessing they mean if it holds less than 60% of Kanye West's audience it's considered a pisshole.

Definitely agree about the King Albert. I've been to the Concorde 2 countless times because, a) it's right on my doorstep, and b) they always seem to draw the best acts, but I don't know what it is about that place but the acoustics do tend to sound a bit washed-out for some reason unbeknownst to my sonically-ignorant self.

Out of Brighton, I'd vote for the Blind Tiger Club.

I think I preferred the Blind Tiger when the stage was at the front. It's a bit more tricky now to get to the bar or the gents...

Just come back from The Orb feat percussive/yelpy/dancey Ghanaian dewds and I'm with you now. Plus it feels like stepping into a rainforest when the place is semi-full. Open a couple of windows, guyze! Still, not gonna stop me from catching Jeffrey Lewis & Peter Stampfel there on Tuesday.

EDIT: Also finally noticed my "King Albert" slip-up. Dunce's hat time.
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