I didn't get to see the whole thing, but what I saw was amazing. So happy I got to see them. And they played my favorite song right after I walked in!
LOL. He was full of them.
Drinking from his bottle cap. "It's a precious commodity".
2 oz blended whiskey
Juice of 1/2 lemon
1/2 tsp powdered sugar
1/2 slice lemon
Shake blended whiskey, juice of lemon, and powdered sugar with ice and strain into a whiskey sour glass. Decorate with the half-slice of lemon, top with the cherry, and serve.
Anyone who misses this is a fool.
Philip Glass Ensemble - Philip Glass - Tycho - William Tyler - Nickel Creek - Jandek - The Mountain Goats - Hopscotch 2014
That was fun!
lemme hear you say biff. BIFF! lemme hear you say bang. BANG!
i was unfamiliar with the make up before their set and am only just now realizing why the singer looks so familiar: soft focus
Originally Posted by menikmati
I'm locking this fucker.
lemme hear you say POW! this band was why I stayed for both weekends,
every baby cries the same...
My favorite Coachella moment of all time came when Ian was standing on the rail talking about wanting more reality, wanting to feel, touch, taste and experience the real world versus getting your kicks off the internet/TV etc. He said, I want to taste you, I want to feel you, and then as he said I want to smell you he grabbed the coonskin hat I had on and bent over, looking me directly into my eyes the whole time, and proceeded to "smell" me deeply. Nobody could have seen that he was still looking me directly into the eyes as his forhead was came in and pressed into mine for a good 5 seconds or so, but he was still staring at me fiercly. It was kinda an intense experience. He then broke away and the crowd proceeded to carry him by his skinny legs as he started to sing. Seriously, what a great performer. One of my favorite sets of both weekends. I wish more people would have realized this. Kinda a small crowd, but they didn't seem to care and still gave it their all.