Drowning Pool ft. Vin Diesel as Xander Cage
Frank Ocean(repeat, but he has a new album)
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Minus the bear for a sunset outdoor stage slot (they have a new album coming out soon)
Steve martin playing banjo?
Some acts for 2013
This whole list is completely unrealistic.
Headliners and Subheadliners
Blind Faith (reunion)
Belle and Sebastian
Fuckin Run DMC
Silver Jews reunion?
Brian Jonestown Massacre
The Ty Segall Band
Damo Suzuki (any project)if Jake Leibzeit is there then hell yeah
Guided by Voices
Yo La Tengo
Slint (they still alive? Reunion?)
Rolling Stones (duh)
Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds
Jeff Mangum playing NMH again(with a full band?)
David Lynch (lol)
Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti (heard about the previous coach performance, saw em at fyf 2010 and that was great)
Black Lips (again)
Pixies (I wish)
The Middle East
Jorge Ben (is he still alive?)
Chris Owens formerly of Girls
King Khan & bbq/or the shrines
What a fucking fantasy world I live in.
kraak & smaak, grum, m. ward, youngpunx, bent, fourtet, jefr tale, VANSHE, the church
2001, 2004, 2007, 2009
2013 EDM wishlish (please):
classixx, stanton warriors, logistics, jefr tale
spencer & hill, bent, eric prydz, mike realm, nick thayer
kruder & dorfmeister, young punx, phonat, treasure fingers
Kraak & Smaak, sergio & benoit, kris menace, bassjackers, DJ Craze
DIGITALISM, knifeparty, chemical brothers, bassbintwins, seth troxler
9 inch nipples
the Rolling Stones
P R I M U S
THE ROLLING STONES
Sasha and Digweed
The Naked and Famous
Thievery Corporation (Live)
Groove Armada (Live)
Richie Hawtin...Just a bunch of artists I'm into right now and would like to see on the lineup next year
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Of Monsters and Men....
Based on recent/upcoming new releases and touring for other international festivals throughout the tail end of this year, I think all of these bands are a HUGE possibility to sub.
Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Bat for Lashes
Other smaller acts...
Beach House are one of the bigger dream pop acts around. the gold standard even.
I guess I'm saying I take slight offense to you deeming them smaller then the Billy Corgan's reincarnated ego project.
If you read the article on pitchfork about Michael Angelekos of Passion Pit him playing next year is hoping he keeps track of all of his marbles and sticks to watching frasier rather than contemplating how he's gonna end it all. here's to hoping.
dear coachella gods,
daft punk (cliche request but fuck it they're amazing anyways)
the glitch mob
yeah yeah yeahs
the black ghosts
the temper trap
the crystal method
the chemical brothers (all 3 nights)
Blur-Stone Roses-YYY-Modest Mouse-J5-Grinderman-HTDA-Local Natives-Infected Mushroom-Jonny Marr-Four Tet-Aesop Rock-Jello Biafra-Earl Sweatshirt-Beardyman
Sugir Ros-New Order-Hot Chip-Grizzly Bear-Franz Ferdinand-Violent Femmes-Simian Mobile Disco-Spiritualized-Puscifer-Portugal the Man-Bat for Lashes-Theophilius London-Trash Talk
Nick Cave-Social D-Wu Tang-Pretty Lights-Tame Impala-Grimes-The Faint- Dinosaur Jr.-OMD-Roni Size-Rodriguez-The Three O'Clock-DIIV-(MAYBE RHCP)
camo and krooked
Lol so you want Sparklehorse to play?? Good luck with that. Hologram style or what??
Been thinking about the "oldies" we see every year and what I think could play pretty well...
Sex Pistols would be interesting, but probably not very good. How about a Boomtown Rats reunion, or Adam Ant?
Pet Shop Boys.
Bob Dylan would be the "get", but Ray Davies puts on a better show. Van Morrison could be awesome, if he puts effort into it.
I imagine Aimee Mann doing a great mellow after-dark set. Or Neko Case. Or Cowboy Junkies.
Motorhead in a tent would be phenomenal.
Oh, and The Dead Milkmen.
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