Tame Impala did at least four new live ones. There was one that we were all calling the Black Sabbath song afterwards: it reminded me of Fairies Wear Boots, and it was awesome. They did both of the songs they'd already put out and one other one I'd not heard that I can recall. Everything was really good and a bit darker than the first album. I do agree that they would be incredible with the right stage show.
I listened to Grandaddy some in college, and was so pleasantly shocked to find how many songs of theirs I knew. Corinna told me that her and her brother were sitting near the group of people high fiving and acting like idiots. My immediate reaction was that I would never be able to find her based on that, but lo and behold, it was the perfect description. We were fairly close on the hill, so I had no issues with the sound whatsoever. They were bright and loud, and the keyboards were delightfully old-school sounding. I don't really know the names of tracks from them, but I recognized a decent amount of the Sophtware Slump, which was really great. I was pleasantly surprised with the whole set.
Another huge surprise for me was Zola Jesus. She can REALLY sing live. She was up first on the second day and her crowd was tiny, but it didn't deter her whatsoever. She belted the whole time, and her backing tracks reminded me of really good darkwave. I was highly impressed and will now make an effort to see her again.
And once again, because it deserves mention and because people haven't been really saying much, Neil Young was just gigantic. He was so ugly and so fearsome on stage, and the music fit perfectly. Encoring with Mr. Soul and Roll Another Number was a great touch, and I was so ecstatic to hear Powderfinger live. He is one of my favorite artists, and the set he played was exactly what I could have hoped for from him: loud, antagonistic and completely Neil Young. I'm probably going to see him at the bowl now.