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Just saw Blink-182 live last night... I know they are not new. And I also know Tom Delonge - maybe my favorite guitar player - is not with them anymore.

But damn, they put on an amazing show! Lil Wayne opened and quit the tour after a twenty minute set. But Blink more than made up for it. I cannot believe how much sound those three guys could make. To only have three musicians while simultaneously filling all three elements of a soundscape. It was crazy.
 

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Just saw Blink-182 live last night... I know they are not new. And I also know Tom Delonge - maybe my favorite guitar player - is not with them anymore.

But damn, they put on an amazing show! Lil Wayne opened and quit the tour after a twenty minute set. But Blink more than made up for it. I cannot believe how much sound those three guys could make. To only have three musicians while simultaneously filling all three elements of a soundscape. It was crazy.
My 2 favorite artists are solo artists that loop everything. I love watching Keller Williams build his songs through different loops/instruments etc. It's a blast to see live.

And if you haven't seen Marc Rebillet on FB, you're missing the fuck out.
 

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My 2 favorite artists are solo artists that loop everything. I love watching Keller Williams build his songs through different loops/instruments etc. It's a blast to see live.
That whole concept of creating solo, multi-tracked live compositions on stage was started by...none other than King Crimson founder and guitarist Robert Fripp, using on-stage multilayering techniques with a guitar and analog tape machines to create songs way back in the 70's.

View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k2wGj73hjTc


Changed it up later to add digital stuff, which also was done live on stage.
 
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That whole concept of creating solo, multi-tracked live compositions on stage was started by...none other than King Crimson founder and guitarist Robert Fripp, using on-stage multilayering techniques with a guitar and analog tape machines to create songs way back in the 70's.

View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k2wGj73hjTc


Change it up later to add digital stuff, which also was done live on stage.
Surprisingly, I'm quite familiar with my prog rock.
 

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Feel like Imogen heap should be mentioned here.
 
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