Psychedelic masters The Brian Jonestown Massacre graced Brighton's Concorde 2 with their presence last night, getting in first before their old mates The Dandy Warhols arrive in town in July. Anton Newcombe and the band were in fine form, with not a single restarted number in sight (Anton's professional approach won't settle for anything less than perfection). With typically solid leading contributions from Matt Hollywood (despite his glasses going AWOL at one point), Frankie Emerson and of course Joel ("being Joel"), Ricky Maymi, Rob Campanella, Collin Hegna and Dan Allaire completed the line up for one of the venues most memorable moments of the year as they trawled through old favourites such as Anemone and Wisdom whilst adding several new numbers from this year's new album, Revelation. Catch them at Glastonbury TODAY!
Meanwhile, I'm too knackered to write a full gig review so enjoy my front row pictures - no professional photographer was present so these might be the best snaps you get!
Even when Mr Ware forgets that legendary snapping tool of his, he still manages to snatch some close up shots of hardcore action with his trusty iphone backup - see these pics of The Darling Buds from their London gig last night as evidence...
It's been a while since Mr Ware flexed his snapping tool muscles but here we are again: right at the front of the intimate show Blood Red Shoes performed at Resident Records in sunny Brighton just last month...
Been having a catch-up with his legendary snapping tool has Mr Ware - after finally downloading from said tool, some largely satisfying shots of F.U.R.S. now adorn our blog below...
Welsh rockers Stereophonics took to the stage at Brighton Centre last week as part of their Graffiti on the Train tour. Catch some snaps of the event below...