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David Bazan @ Lee’s Palace

. : : June 14th, 2011 : : . This is where I normally blog about the adventures I had before or on the way to the show. However, the day before David Bazan‘s return to Lee’s Palace was about as nondescript as it comes. If you really must know, I played video games and took a nap. There may have been some web browsing in there, as well. No train delays, no angry hobos, no hassle getting into the venue. So, I guess I will instead give a little background on the show itself. Bazan has made it an almost yearly tradition to swing…

David Bazan @ Lee’s Palace

. : : September 18th, 2010 : : . What do you mean, it’s been just shy of eleven months since I stood in this exact spot and watched they exact musicians perform their music for me?! It feels like no time passed at all! But the four men on stage, the venue and my location were about the only things familiar about David Bazan‘s recent stop by Lee’s Palace in Toronto. The band was a bit leaner this time — missing both an extra guitar and keyboards with Eric Elbogen, who was doing double duty on the last tour, opening for Bazan with his band Say…

David Bazan @ Lee’s Palace

      . : : October 22nd, 2009 : : . I shouldn’t like David Bazan. I’ve read about the man — I’m sure any indie-rock loving fellow in college will come across some article or recommendation for his well-known projects Pedro The Lion and Headphones has — and that’s part of the problem. Nary a paragraph is written without strong emphasis on Bazan’s repetitive themes overtly circling religion and politics. Don’t get me wrong: I’m not so naive to believe that politics and religion don’t play integral parts of favourites on my playlists. No, rather, it’s the overtness I had a…