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Over the past year only a few bands have put together a live-streamed show for one reason or another. List is shows I've watched/ the only place I have to advertise that Hypno5e did a live show a week ago and it's still up for streaming.
Show was tight as always and a great laser show. Definitely glad I caught it and I hope, at some point, they sell recordings of it.
Caught both Malina and Pitfalls in their entirety. Night one was great because I hadn't spent much time with Malina, but Pitfalls is an incredible album. Also incredibly chilling when, after the announcement of "The Last Milestone", some dude from the crowd began to cheer loudly and Einar stared into his soul and said "That's not appropriate for this one." Looked it up later and found out he wrote it about his father's suicide. That song's performance alone was worth the ticket.
A Distant (Dark) Source
Streamed last week but I missed it so I'm buying a ticket to watch it this weekend (you can watch it until the 14th). If you haven't checked out Hypno5e yet, do yourself a service and check them out. Their brand of cinematic, atmospheric metal is a helluva experience.
|Really bummed that I missed the Every Time I Die show, but it was over Winter Break and I was spending time with the fam. |
|And then there's Flaming Lips with the bubble concerts lmao|
|Oranssi Pazuzu one was probably the best of the top of my head|
The Amenra one too but was pre recorded
Friendship did a rad one from the UK as it hit (covid)
Its all a bit lame but it is what it is. The upcoming Roadburn ones should be great
|I didn't watch the Flaming Lips one but I kinda wish I had. |
Was the Oranssi Pazuzu concert a one time thing or is it up to stream?
there man, Was tremendous
|I wish more artists would have done virtual shows. I actually think it's a cool concdpt and I hope that artists continue to do it even when we can go back to shows. That way people can catch and support artists that they would otherwise miss the tour for. |