i don't see how you see aesop rock being that early in the day
also thomas gold is missing from the latest clashfinder, boourns
when are we getting an update to the first page?
I agree that trap is trap but TNGHT is the least popular in the "Bro" crowd from what I have seen. I can Definately see them in an afternoon slot possibly before Four Tet closes it out?
Arcade Fire 10/29 @ The Capital Building
Arcade Fire 10/31 @ The Palladium
Two Door Cinema Club 11/1 @ The Fox
Father John Misty 11/2 @ The Wiltern
Day of the Dead 11/2&3 @ LA Historic Park
The Head and the Heart 12/7 @ The Wiltern
Volcano Choir 1/18 @ The Fonda
Sorry if already brought up and I missed it, but does anyone else here think the constant Blur/Stone Roses flopping on poster means one act will close the main stage week 1 and then they'll swap positions week 2?
So since HTDA's setup is going to be "hard to move around" they almost half to be closing The Mojave. Also I think they might need more then 30 minutes to set up. Thoughts?
[Rob] This is an answer to every "are you coming to city/country X" question: We don't know. With NIN tour plans falling into place, future HTDA tour dates are completely up in the air, and not something we are directly in control of right now. The HTDA production is a complicated one to move around, so we'll just have to see how this first run of dates goes and take it from there.The HTDA show will be a very visual experience, and all of the creative team from Lights in the Sky is working on this. BUT, please do not go in expecting Lights in the Sky, because this is a very very different presentation from NIN. This is going to be more of a statement, more of an audio/visual installation than a rock concert. Probably a lot of people aren't going to "get" it, but hopefully they'll walk away saying "I'm not sure what the hell I just watched, but it was pretty cool.
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There was a 55 minute break last year between M83 and Tobin
don't be surprised if Youth Lagoon gets longer than the 40 minutes he's given in the current mockup. He's blowing up - also opening for the National.
Friday - AC/DC, Ride, Tame Impala, Interpol, Caribou, FlyLo
Saturday - Run the Jewels, Jack White, Ratatat, Chet Faker, Perfume Genius
Sunday - Gesaffelstein, Panda Bear, St. Vincent, Lil B, Mac DeMarco, Not Drake
put Youth Lagoon right before Scratch, but it all look very juicy. No conflicts. YL, Scratch, Sparks, Lou, (eat), Blur, Roses.
Added Thomas Gold, moved Youth Lagoon to a later slot, extended the downtime before HtDA
2/28 Warpaint @ Fais Do-Do, 4/10 St. Vincent @ The Cosmopolitan, 5/2 Desert Daze, 5/8-10 Levitation
I don't think Jake Bugg and Palma Violets will conflict since they are both British buzz acts. I would switch Palma Violets with Skinny Lister.
Now that we're into March I'm going to try to update more frequently. Whenever I update the front page post I will also post the image in the most recent page so I can make sure subsequent comments are referring to the most recently updated post. Here's Friday:
There is absolutely no way Beardyman is billed later than DJ Harvey. Nor is it likely Beardyman gets a 2 hour set. Give him an hour, make DJ Harvey's set longer and at night.
3/6: Steffi, Virginia @ Mighty
3/14: Simian Mobile Disco b2b Roman Flugel, JPhlip @ PW
3/21: Cymbals Eat Guitars @ GAMH
3/21: Adam X @ TBA
3/23: HINDS @ Rickshaw Stop
3/24: Tim Hecker, Oren Ambarchi @ The Independent
4/6: Hookworms, Disappears @ The Rickshaw Stop