Swans at Concorde 2 (ok, this was actually Saturday night but Sunday tends to be a non-DiSing day for me).
Support was Anna von Hausswolff who I would liked to have seen, but thanks to Swans coming on at 7pm, her set started at 5:45pm (!) which I was always unlikely to make.
On approaching the venue, you could hear Swans come on stage from about 100 metres away which was promising. They only played seven songs in their 2:45hr set, so plenty of opportunity to build a groove. There were four numbers off The Glowing Man, all of which worked superbly well live. This was the smallest venue I've seen them in and it certainly made a difference just how intimate it was on stage, given that they pack a lot of instrumentation into their show and Michael Gira likes to rock out in quite a bit of space usually.
It's been touted that this might be the last go around for the current incarnation of Swans, and if that turns out to be the case, they would certainly be going out on a high.