I never got too into them. Now's the time I suppose.
ive never heard their music before. watching some of these vids, they're......ok
Originally Posted by Wayne Coyne
The doubters have to give Monklish credit for this one...She had this on her blog a couple days ago before anybody had even discussed the possibility of them being on here. Who does she work for anyways? And is she banned from this board?
I apologize in advance if this has been discussed already, but I'm curious to learn more about the mysterious Monklish and who her connections are.
Can't wait for this one! Top Priority of Sunday hands down! I'm rewatching some live performances. Sooooo good.
Random list of shows I'll never remember to edit
THANK GOD!! DFA1979 >>>> MSTRKRFT.
Saw them back in 2005 and need to relive the madness!!
HOLD ON CHILDREN! YOUR PARENTS ARE LEAVING!!
And anyone who thinks they're going to be in the Sahara is insane.
That which comes closest to expressing the inexpressible is music - Aldous Huxley
Hooked since '06
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Well I don't know why it happened. Someone must have known something right? Someone on here probably, just didn't say anything. Then Monklish found out. I'm not saying Monklish only posted it cause she saw the thread bump, just stating that the thread bump came first.
Either way I'm not complaining. Bring on JFK's wall of bass.
My friend got kicked in the head at their El Rey show in 2005. Expect a mosh pit.
My favorite moment from that show was during Romantic Rights. Sebastien got off his kit to get on the mic and some fat guy gets up on stage, sits on the throne and starts drumming. Sebastien gets fucking PISSED and rushes over to the guy who's twice as big as him, and fucking throws him off the stage.
This is going to be the best thing ever.
Will you all just admit that at least half of your boners are for Jesse's mustache. His mustache headlined the Sahara in 2009, if you don't remember.
9/21: Khruangbin @ The Independent
9/22: Moon Duo, Cold Beat @ The New Parish
9/24: Dolly Parton @ Shoreline
9/30: Omar-S @ TBA
10/9: Midland, Erika @ The Midway
10/14: Margo Price @ GAMH
10/15: Cymbals Eat Guitars @ Shea Stadium BK
10/16: Anthony Naples, Justin Carter @ Nowadays
10/21: Screaming Females @ The Night Light
10/25: Hiss Golden Messenger @ The Independent
09/28: Nicolas Jaar @ Taub
11/16: Neko Case @ The Fox Theater Oakland
300k is my random guessOriginally Posted by the choice cat
They do have bills to pay just like us. MSTRKRFT and the other project can't be bringing in too much dough. That being said I wonder how much got them to budge.
Grainger owns Giant studios in Toronto with Jimmy/Emily from Metric.
Glad to see the (justified) buzz here. Was definitely one of the more pleasant surprises when scoping out the poster.
Let's Make Love and Listen to Death From Above
2009, 2010, 2011, 2012w1, 2013w1, 2014w2
I used to have a negative attitude towards these guys because an ex of mine fucking loved them and I fucking hated her. In my old age I've realized you can't hate a band because of one person. Well, you shouldn't. Anyway, they're pretty good.
MRSTKRFT WERE HEAVY THAT YEAR
GOT IT ALL ON VIDEO
Looks like we might be getting more than just Coachella from these guys...
From the mstrkrft board:
Re: Questions for Jesse 2
« Reply #4947 on: Jan 19th, 2011, 10:05pm »
on Jan 19th, 2011, 4:09pm, cburst wrote:
but if its not a one off thing i'd hope that a certain someone would be decent enough to give us the heads up.
j f k
God I'm so excited for their set... definitely my #1 for this year. Truly a delightful surprise to hear they're back for this!!! I feel like... HELLO OLD FRIENDS (and they're not that old, haha)
Everyone in this thread is awsome! One of my favorite bands... never got a chance to see them... never thought i'd get to... they are my #1 must see this year no exceptions. c u fuckers there!