Friday: Outkast, The Knife, The Replacements, Broken Bells, Girl Talk, Haim, Bryan Ferry
Saturday: Lorde, Empire of the Sun, Fatboy Slim, Nas, Kid Cudi, Sleigh Bells, CHVRCHES, Mogwai, Bombay Bicycle Club, Holy Ghost!, The Internet
Sunday: Arcade Fire, Neutral Milk Hotel, Disclosure, Chance the Rapper, Starfucker, Superchunk, Poolside
Robert DeLong - The Independent - Jan 28
Mad Caddies - Slim's - Feb 8
St. Vincent - Fox Theatre - March 22
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the music is what its all about, you love it just like i love it.
The Durutti Column
The Red Krayola
13th Floor Elevators
Suicide - Suicide
The first album is where it's at with that band. After that, they tamed themselves quite a bit and lost quite a bit of the insanity that made them so special. The second album is good, and I've not really heard many good things about most of their later releases. The first one is insanely good though
Orange Juice - The Glasgow School
Their albums were almost all really good and catchy and sophisticated pop, but I think this collection of their early singles and the rejected original master of their first album is the best you'll get. You can hear Franz Ferdinand and Belle and Sebastian in these songs in a great way. Really cool little release.
Thanks Bryan. Anymore for me?
NIN/Soundgarden/ - 8/14 - Austin 360
Woods - 8/20 - Holy Mountain
Jamie xx - 8/27 - The Mohawk
Little Dragon - 8/31 - Moody Theater
Ty Segall - 9/5 - The Mohawk
Seth Troxler - 9/5 - Vulcan Gas Company
Black Lips/King Khan & BBQ Show - 9/12 - J. Lorraine Ghost Town
^thanks...thought it might be in there somewhere already....i'm lazy.
The Mars Volta
Queens of the Stone Age
Explosions in the Sky
Boards of Canada
Last edited by seandlr; 12-22-2010 at 12:19 PM.
So I bought a ticket for Yo La Tengo in Oakland, but I've only ever listened to I Am Not Afraid... and that was only one time. So what should I check out?