[Music] Tonight, the great and mighty Liars join the great and divisive Interpol onstage at In the Venue. Both groups were originally scheduled to appear in Orem at the McKay Events Center, a strange booking that didn't deter hardcore fans who paid $40 a ticket to see their heroes in a giant arena. When the show was relocated, ticket prices dropped to $27 and some lucky kids even scored $10 passes through some kind of online deal. Those who shelled out an extra $13 months ago figured they'd get some money back or at least a credit to future shows booked through the same promotion company. According to several unlucky folks, this is not the case. They're pissed, but there's not much they can do. Maybe the concert promoters have their reasons, but it seems pretty unfair. What do you think?
In the meantime, here are some clips of Liars and Interpol performing, talking and recording. Oh, and if you're offended by the human body and/or David Lynch, you might want to skip the first clip.
Oh, and look for a neat-o review in this week's paper, online and on the streets Thursday.