Type: Posts; User: greenredblack
so I heard they're going to announce set times soon. Either tonight or maybe tomorrow. But definitely before Friday. So guys keep an eye out cuz I really think the set times will be announced in the...
i dunno, 10 or something.
yes i do. it's also nice to have some time to accept the sets i'm going to have to miss in favor of other sets. it's also just my wanting to know things.
death from above 1979
please god no. for friday, i'm hoping titus andronicus, glasser, tame impala & warpaint have no overlap between them (i know i know....)
i know i should post some ironic comment in response to your question, but instead, i'll just be genuine & provide you with this:
cold war kids - mine is yours
pj harvey - let england shake
bright eyes - the people's key
the kills - blood pressures
cut copy - zonoscope
agree with all the godspeed & neil young wtf's. i was also hoping for st. vincent. no reason, really. just because why not.
i would love this, but i'm not sure how his music would do in an outdoor setting. especially on the main. can anyone give an example of a night set on the main stage that pulled off an intimacy?
i would watch the hell out of this.
Theirs was one of my favorite sets of the weekend. When they started "Pass the Hatchet.." with almost 20 minutes left to their set, I got ecstatic, because I knew it was their last song.
I would also have to admit that I don't know the ins-&-outs of hipsterdom. Is it just kids who drink PBR & wear moccasins? If so: got it, I can recognize those people. But I have to say that in...
After Murphy said they could only play one song was *literally* when they played "Yeah". It was after that song that they played New York...
& I love "Daft Punk..." but whatever, it was an...
i had the exact same experience leaving the tent. a tidal wave of assholes pushing in really ruined the buzz that heron's (amazing) set created. not to mention this group of cunt-y girls randomly...
fucking real tingles, real tears during "did you hear what they said?"
It's a shame too, because their crowd was criminally small. For how amazing the set was.
It's also worth pointing out that Yo La Tengo played the...
wait, is this true? because, if so, fuck i wish i'd gone that day.
it's probably a good idea. all the port-a-johns there are just full of racist, white, faggy pieces of shit.
maybe this, dunno:
fri: baroness, deer tick, sleigh bells, yeasayer, she&him, gil scott-heron, grizzly bear, lcd soundsystem, public image ltd.??fever ray
sat: john waters, portugal.the man,...
aw i didn't realize. please give me a list of music so i can be right.
coachella should sell their suspense as stool loosener. because of how i just shit on me.
mEh, I was a little disappointed. It was funner next year.
Thom's going to be playing with the *original* ????'s. All of them.
the knife & fever ray are both fucking great. settled.
i don't watch what about bob? & think "i wish bill murray played carl spackler in this, even for a little while"
holy shit, this made my day.
They are absolutely a must see for me.
However, for what it's worth (hopefully not much), David Cross just did a live ustream q&a thing, promoting his new comedy special, & at one point he said he...
goddamn this thread. it was 2 hours ago like 15 minutes ago.
they will at coachella, actually.
also, gorillaz will play "beers to you" in their encore.
if you like The Everly Brothers & Jesus & Mary Chain then you'll like the Raveonettes
if you like The Beach Boys' "Pet Sounds" record & Big Star's "Third/Sister Lovers" record, then you'll like...
i can only imagine how hard it is to keep a set so loose without it completely falling apart, but they kept it together (i can't speak for the very end, i left the tent at around 10:30)
amazing set. i haven't encountered too many pits during coachella. this one was exactly how a mosh pit should be: friendly and frenetic at the same time. i sort of almost jumped out of my skin...
Set times! Additions! Cancellations! All these things! Kidding!
Now you go!
Sorry about this, but "One After 909" is Lennon's. Credit where it's due..
edit: and for that matter, my favorite parts of Day in the Life are Lennon's as well.
john lennon wrote "a hard day's night".
also, if he plays some stuff off of Ram, that would be cool with me too.
you don't think i'm sweet, you're being ironic.
and let's open this second sentence up a little (not unlike the imaginary male whore's aney [i'm colloquialising anus!]): this speculation you made...
Hey, i bet when you say you "love" it, it's done contemptuously, so fuck you.
i'm gonna throw it out there: anyone who boos live music anywhere under any circumstances is a jackasshole. i can...
Stop talking to a concept.
grammar, syntax and spelling are ALSO dead to you, sir! see you saturday!
At the beginning: Songs of Leonard Cohen
Then: Songs from a Room
Then: Songs of Love and Hate
One of his I've liked quite a bit also is Death of a Ladies Man.
"okay moikey, oil make shore and ploy that sung, mate"
yeah, he means top 40 crap like leonard cohen and x and bob mould band and m. ward. oh yeah and he's an idiot.
bajofondo, the hold steady, m. ward, patton & rahzel, black keys, beirut, conor oberst & the mvb, leonard cohen, morrissey, paul mccartney, bob mould(!), liars, dr. dog, superchunk, mstrkrft,...
Actually, I'm just going to attend the festival and not suck some strangers balls. Also I don't think I want bacon aidz, whatever those are!
This is very exciting. I don't understand the third-billing (and under Franz Ferdinand?), but whatever.
you're out of your mind. "saving" only refers to what m. ward's production did to deschanel's boring songs.
hey thanks. i opened a history book. his name was vladimir. you tit-fart.
yeah every is the worst "evr" so logically every year is also the best, so yayy!