This was my third time seeing them.
This was my third time seeing them.
And did you ever see a bad performance from them?
Their previous tour was with the sax player featured on Dark Side of the Moon, I wonder if they used the same guy at Coachella.
Kasabian/Bo Ningen: 10/1 @ Metro
Coachella: 4/10-12 @ Empire Polo Fields
When he was singing "I've done a lot of druuuggggsss", I was thinking..."yep". Dude is 49 and looks 65. But whatever. Loved this set.
They were definitely one of the best of the festival. Amazing vibes... They sound as good as they do on record 30 years ago. Pretty awesome
Good answer, Jen.
I was really struck by the juxtaposition of an old guy singing songs of teenage angst in almost exactly the same voice he had 30 years ago. At the set I could ignore it, but it has stuck with me. There is something really almost eerie about hearing a 50 year old man singing "Gimme the Car". It's either creepy as fuck or cool as hell or both.
The musical highlight of my wk1. Gano belongs in the Dylan/Neil Young/Springsteen tier when it comes to great American songwriters.
I dont know I really enjoyed their set til I started feeling like the songs were bland and too simliar.I would give them another chance maybe it was my own preception since everyone else is saying how amazing the set was.I mean it was nice to hear songs I have been wanting see and watching a band that influence my favorite band the Pixies even more so how Gordon Gono deliverly is very simliar to Charles Thompson.I just remember thinking gheez is every song about jerking off or teenage sex filled thoughts is the Ween of the 80s!
I feel like its a gimmick since there are a TON of these 80s era bands that are going on tour for a certain album;Echo and the bunnymen,The Pixies,Church(whatever band does that amazing song title "under the milky way" i believe is the name ),Peter Hook doing Joy divison albums, even fucking Public Enemy.I feel as we all are too afraid of this unknown or new songs and are wanting familar or "safe/cool" songs to enjoy.
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Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival 10/03 - 10/05/14
Decibel Festival @ Seattle 09/24 - 09/28/14
War on Drugs @ Fillmore 10/05/14
Treasure Island @ Treasure Island 10/18 & 10/19/14
Moodymann @ PW 10/25/14
Death From Above 1979 @ The Independent 11/17/14
You were too wasted to know up from down. Shut the fuck up.
9/12: Shifted @ Mercer
9/24 - 28: Decibel Festival
10/3-5: Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival
10/4: Ought @ BoH
10/5: The War on Drugs, Cass McCombs @ The Fillmore
10/18-19: Treasure Island Music Festival
Definitely one of the highlights for me over the weekend. My first time seeing them, and they exceeded all expectations. Was great singing along with Tom!
It's punk rock. Of course half their songs are about jerking it. The other half is drugs. It's awesome.
Amazing fun set in the middle of a great day.
Yeah, I was really looking forward to this set and it was even better than I hoped it would be. Perfect setting, too. Too bad they got moved earlier second weekend. Hopefully it doesn't make too much of a difference.
I'm sad I missed "Blister in the Sun" because I was watching Puscifer I think. But I saw the rest of their set. Mainly waiting for that song but I enjoyed hearing "Gone Daddy Gone" and "Add It Up." My friend ranked it his #2 set of the weekend.
Their lyrics are what really stand out to me, ever since hearing "Add It Up." Echoing whoever said it earlier, weird to hear older folks singing that stuff.
No, Puscifer didn't interfere.
Oh yes, you're right. I'm wrong. Everything is cool.