Sunday, June 24, 2012

Lords of Acid: State Theatre Detroit, February 11, 2000
























Lords of Acid: their pulsing music can be heard on many a soundtrack, despite lyrics that are often risqué, ribald or raunchy -- and not necessarily in that order. On October 11, 2000, they put on a very lively, entertaining show in Detroit at the State Theatre, a 2,200 person venue at 2115 Woodward Avenue --almost exactly the same capacity as the Town and Country Club in London -- built in 1925. I was lucky enough to catch several performances at the State Theatre, all excellent, all before it became rechristened the Fillmore Detroit in 2007.
 










Today's Rune: Joy.

3 comments:

the walking man said...

huh never would have pegged you as a mutant electronica sort. But whatever, it ain't Bach but it works.

Charles Gramlich said...

Love their name and I've liked some of their music.

Adorably Dead said...

I'm so happy they're back together, Lords of Acid rocks!!