The Airborne Toxic Event @ White Trash Fast Food, Berlin (Germany), 22/02/2011
Small club, packed full. Band's fourth, and last, Berlin gig in one month period, as a part of their "European Residency" tour. Since their first gig wasn't so crowded, like the singer Mikel Jollett said, seems that residency and word of mouth (or, probably, facebook / twitter / myspace "likes"), really paid of.
After seeing them at the FM4 Frequency festival in 2009, I knew I wanted to see this really cool LA band again (was listening to their great live album "All I Ever Wanted: Live from Walt Disney Concert Hall" quite a lot lately). It was a great and energetic show and the band didn't care much about the size of the stage, they we're all over it!
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