Type: Posts; User: grichsgang
King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard
Just missed the cut: Downtown Boys, Hinds
Definitely agree on Two-Door. A lot of great power-pop leads, especially their first album.
Guided by Voices/Real Estate
Metallica. Let's do this.
Del Taco in Beaumont is the call. A couple of Del Beefs bridges the gap to that Friday spicy pie.
Opposing overly broad, thinly-veiled prohibitions on a certain religion makes one "liberal?"
On to the topic:
So far, Tacocat, Los Blenders and King Grizzard stick out
Not sure if RIP, but we miss TomAz.
I would generally agree, but the Outfield is objectively terrible by any standard.
About 1 out of every 3 clicks I get a message that says I either don't have rights to be on that page or I have to log in. I then log in and get the same message. Maybe someone's trying to tell me...
C'mon. The worst ever was Ferry and the Replacements in '14. The two biggest bands for old guys that day and they conflicted.
I was on the rail for FYF and really enjoyed the set. Very bouncy and these guys are real pros.
One of my biggest Coachella regrets (in the non-leave-early-on-Saturday-2011-because-my-son-is-12 category) is opting for Modest Mouse over Local Natives in '13. Hakuna! Matata! Looking forward to...
Thank you very much.
What are the prices for tix? Don't want to pony up $50 if the prices are too high.
Hopefully it will be outside for an LCD-like dance party.
The Replacements played for me there on my birthday.
I hope she plays My Sweet Lorde
Nothing like some good ol' identity politics to start the day.
It has historically taken rock acts some time to get to a point where they fill up stadiums or even arenas - usually at least a few albums. Few rock acts are ever "sensasions" (i.e., loved by...
When they're each 55 and sitting on the steps of their trailer with little to do, they'll wish they were a little less idealistic in 2017.
This. I'm buying you a beer or two, zona
11 this year. Better than my three-burger last year.
Not sure where the REM rumors are coming from. Mills is a frequent tweeter and there has not even a hint at a reunion. He seems pretty content to spend his fortune going to the Derby, Indy 500 and...
Just don't put an iconic rocker on after him.
The schematic seemed to suggest an Outdoor-type stage. I wouldn't mind if GV changed the name of the Outdoor to the Leonard Cohen Stage.
And no conflict between Ferry and the Replacements
Day 1: Toto/Supertramp
Day 2: Kansas/Boston
Day 3: Styx/Journey
I see him as the Saturday opener for the Mac at DT2
Friday: Steely Dan/Clapton
Sunday: Billy Joel/Elton John
Lou Reed kept playing Wild Side until the end, REM with Religion, Stones/Satisfaction. Crap, Dylan even played Tangled and Watchtower at a show of "new" stuff at a theater. So, I don't think it's...
Loved their set in '15. Great way to start the day.
Old guy shakes his head. Facebook has been around since, what, 2004?
There was a decent crowd, but that was back when people went to see guitar acts. I recall the celeb/rich dude pit being more populated than normal. Laura Dern was even there (much hotter in person,...
Would like to see the Raveonettes get a chance with their full band.
Would love for him to weave in a story about how Thom Yorke wanted to be a barber like his uncle but got into singing when his uncle took him to see a barbershop quartet.
Oh! oh! oh!
Behind a stellar album, too, imho
Car Seat Headrest with Euro tour that ends March 29. No other announced dates other than a festival in August.
I'm always up for a Guadalcanal Diary reunion. I'd settle for the Beat Farmers through.
When I'm 92 and drooling and remembering next to nothing, I will still remember Hallelujah at the Outdoor on 4-17-09. RIP.
Well, I think Alf Alpha did about 12 in a row, give or take.
Great set at FYF
At least it's not Hakuna Matata
His show was epic but it's not happening.
That might be the biggest disappointment ever. I'll be grooving to Driver 8 while being elbowed in the kidney by 16 year old Kendrick fans wanting to get to the front.