Back in the early ’00s, I purchased a MiniDV recorder and set out to record as many concerts as possible. The audio and video quality isn’t the greatest — some of the videos are shaky because I recorded them in the middle of the concert venue without a tripod or microphone — but the nostalgia factor is off the charts.
Back in 2004, I traveled down to Kansas City to catch a show with Lincoln’s own Mr. 1986 and Namelessnumberheadman, a trio out of Kansas City that specializes in creating really cool, synth-laden jams full of heart and soul. This show took place shortly after Namelessnumberheadman had released their excellent third album, Your Voice Repeating, on The Record Machine.
You can read my full concert review here.
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