And it really feels close now that I can plan my food as well.
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And it really feels close now that I can plan my food as well.
And my sure festival plans (the rest I'll play by ear):
Whatever Krystle (my companion) wants to see between TVOTR/DFA1979/Mountain Goats
Portugal The Man on Friday and Best Coast on Saturday. The Best Coast on Saturday is as much to make up for the Best Coast/Frank Turner/Heartless Bastards conflict on Sunday as anything.
I'm keeping my own "Songs of 2015" Spotify playlist (which is a pale comparison to the dynamic one) and "Summer Dress" was my choice off that album. I love the song.
Hmm. Apparently they don't have a direct link set up on the main page yet, but I was able to get there from a Shaky Knees e-mail. the web addy is http://shakykneesfestival.com/artists-2.
The daily schedule is up on the site. Why did they have to put Mariachi El Bronx and Speedy Ortiz at the same time? That's just wrong.
I'm hoping I can hang on for Tame Impala. I'm getting old and Coachella isn't East Coast friendly. May have to fire up the Keurig.
I should have started a drinking game and done a shot every time one of them said, "If y'all know this song, sing it."
Yep. And I hate the camera stayed on him as long as it did. Way more airtime than he deserved.
I know they're announcing daily set times sometime in early April, but the sooner the better. I want to get my daily schedule hashed out and know if there are any conflicts that will make me sob...
Agreed, and if her Philly show doesn't sell out soon, I'm going to grab a ticket and just work on no sleep the next day. Damn Monday night shows. Saw her the last time she was in Philly and it was a...
I agree to the above sentiments, Bryan, and I really wish they hadn't blocked Spotify at work. I could use my smartphone, but I'll just settle for Amazon Prime for now and hit up this playlist when I...
I have yet to see them live, but they're playing at Merriweather Post Pavilion outside Baltimore in July and Jason Isbell is opening. I enjoy that venue to begin with, and with them headlining and a...
I never got to meet him and there were times his posts annoyed the hell out of me. But, like Bryan said, he was always himself. I'll miss his posts and regret never meeting him. RIP, Randy.
I'm definitely going to see Portugal. The Man on Friday because I've yet to see them live. I'll let my traveling companion pick Saturday's show.
I was coming on here to ask about that. Don't know how I missed this post when it was originally posted. Good to know.
I am going as well. We are staying in midtown, but we just picked a hotel near the festival, so I couldn't make a good specific hotel recommendation either.
This is my birthday weekend. Couldn't pass this up. For what it's worth, they do offer a payment plan.
1. Sleater-Kinney -- No Cities To Love
2. Belle and Sebastian -- Girls In Peacetime Want To Dance
3. The Decemberists -- What A Terrible World What A Beautiful World
4. Father John Misty -- I Love...
In no order:
Queens of the Stone Age w/Brody Dalle, Unlocking The Truth -- July 20th, Skyline Stage, Philly
Soundgarden/Nine Inch Nails -- August 2nd, PNC Bank Arts Center, Holmdel, NJ
I do like Cochon, and I've never been to Peche. Will check it out. Thanks for the responses.
I am heading down to New Orleans next week before visiting family in MS for the holidays. Any good new restaurants or bars open up in New Orleans in the last two or so years that I should know about?
Thank you, Sir! I am purchasing the book this week, but it'll be even better having an accompanying playlist.
Haha! Two of the current family don't seem to want to share the couch with the third.
I'll be there for the Metallica weekend as well. Random lineup aside, it's my birthday weekend.
Very nice! Iceland is on my must-see list. And thanks to those pics, and the Portugal discussion, I think my next European trip will include one of the two.
The new one by The Wrens.
Crap. Weeknight show during one of our accounting close weeks. My boss will just have to accept the fact that I'll be more worthless than usual the next morning.
I don't know if I'd label either a can't miss, but I like the burgers at Vortex (especially the Hell's Fury burger) and last time I was there, we ran up a ridiculous tab at Limerick Junction (Irish...
Keep your profile pic but first thing the morning of the 12th, post one of those "What ABBA song are you?" quiz thingies therefore demonstrating that you aren't maintaining FB silence the entire day.
I was happy with Marnie Stern on my birthday, but you win.
I am so glad Union Transfer got The Horrors. I haven't seen them live yet.
Agreed. Listening to it now, even though I won't be making it to OL this year.
I don't know what the current team in Philly has done with the real Flyers, but I'm enjoying the win streak.
The New York show had the FB presale moved to today, and even though I didn't think it was possible, it was more of a clusterfuck than the NIN/Soundgarden presale on MusicToday. We did get tickets in...
Agreed, and congratulations!
Not that anyone not on the East Coast cares, but the Ottobar date is May 2nd. They are just playing Union Transfer on May 1st.
Yeah. I finally got tix. Not where I wanted, but inside the venue nonetheless. I've never seen captchas like that. MusicToday sucks.
Maybe those families get compensated with free tix to the movie.
Damn, that looks good. I'm heading over to Philly to spend the day on Thursday. I'll most likely be grabbing lunch at Reading Terminal Market. Every time I go there, I go with the intention of trying...
This should be it for now, and the list is in no real order.
1. Angel Olsen -- Burn Your Fire For No Witness
2. St. Vincent -- St. Vincent
3. Warpaint -- Warpaint
4. Beck -- Morning Phase
I could see getting bent out of shape about a sriracha shortage, but Velveeta? Agreed.
Really enjoying this one as well, and I'd add Lariat to my favorite tracks for the line about 80's music. This probably comes from being two years younger than Malkmus.
I'll have to find a good...
Seconded, and it's fitting since I discovered some of my favorite albums of 2013 because of the quotes shown on this list.
Throw in a Dr. Seuss book or two. You'll hit 24 easily and no one will be the wiser.
Whew! I was scrolling through the posts quickly and thought I read that Aru Sushi was shutting down in your 11/24/2013 post. It was Kyotofu that shut down though. Whew! I've been to Aru Sushi once...
I either get the stupid red hand that allows you to switch candies or a lollipop hammer with the wheel.
445 is really pissing me off right now. Good to know I have 461 to look forward to.
I can get the album and catch the Philly show on the same day. Win.