Buzzcocks just butt fucked the Gobi. Wow
Manchester Orchestra sounding pretty good.
Couldn't say. My live stream is fucking up, i don't even get a black screen. It has been good for a day and a half, why right now when i actually wanted to watch is it fucking up?
hell yea manchester orchestra
God dammit, I was hoping the live feed would make it easier to choose between Laura Marling and Noel Gallagher, but now i wont be able to choose
that's one set I can't watch yet. tell me if St. Vincent joins him on stage though.
If they're watching the live thread, they've given up their right to not be spoiled.
Btw, you have 666 posts now icedkeg... don't ever post again
I'm going to miss St. Vincent because of Mangum, but at least I got this. I can already tell this would kill the Treasure Island performance I saw dammit...
Damn that new song by St V is awesome
wow... she really just did that!
Why, oh why did my internet have to go out during St. Vincent and not all the mediocrity from earlier tonight?
4/8 Summer Camp @ Echo, 4/11-13 Coachella, 4/17 SISU, Dum Dum Girls @ Roxy, 4/27 Ghost B.C. @ Fonda, 4/30 Mono @ Troubadour, 5/3 I Break Horses @ Bootleg Theater, 5/28-6/1 Primavera Sound, 6/4 Nisennenmondai @ Jazzhouse, 6/18-22 Sled Island
Watching these sets is creating a lot of new conflicts. I need to stop.
yeah Grace Potter killed her set too. Definitely gonna have to split my time with Jacques Lu Cont now.
Holy Fuck! St. Vincent was fucking incredible and I dig the new song a lot.
This Grace Potter set looks really damn fun.
well, first, the webcam(s) have come a long way from the single buffering cam of yore. Great work, all. Have had a really good opportunity to flip around...here is what went down.
Grace Potter - (D) Modern day honkie tonk bar band. Nothing great, nothing terribly bad either. Could be featured in Stagecoach too with a couple instrument changes.
Noel Gallagher - (C-) His voice is nice sometimes, but they aren't really high flying at all.
Kaiser Chiefs - (D+) Don't introduce your "new song" with a questionable chuckle. What do you have to live for if not your latest creation? 'Ruby' is still a great song.
Shins - (F) pfft, doing a FLoyd cover right now. Gag.
Azealia Banks - (B) fresh and lively. Shouldn't have added the 'Firestarter' outro though. Why end your own set with a cover? Covers stink. Especially anal stained ones.
Destroyer - (B-) Well, the band sounded great and Dan was Dan. Opened with 'European Oils', so that was bonus points.
Yuck - (A) Man, these guys are good. Every song is great actually. Audience didn't do them justice.
Jimmy Cliff & Tim Armstrong - (B-) He came, he saw, he played. It was a good set, but I did jump out halfway through.
Pulp - (A) Las Uvas. They made me more excited for Thursday's show. Not really a massive fan of theirs, but Jarvis brought the house down. The "Is that a yes?" when asking if people camped was funny.
Arctic Monkeys - (B) Pretty good actually. Surprising how many songs I knew (same with Mazzy Star).
Mazzy Star - (B) Missed 'Fade into You', but enjoyed the in between song atmosphere and keyboards. Forgot how good they were.
The Rapture - (C-) Eh, couldn't get into the vocals.
Dawes - (F) More like Diarrhea.
Neon Indian - (C+) Liked em sort of, but wasnt finnin ("feeling" in black) it that much overall.
Ximena Sarinana - (F) Pretty shite.
Grouplove - (D-) Pretty cheesy when that Apple song came on and everyone started jumping like toads.
dang, The Shins just nailed Sleeping Lessons to finish their set.