Does Blink 182 even have 90 seconds of material worth hearing.
10/21 The Paranoyds, The Molochs @ Non Plus Ultra, 11/21 Jhene Aiko @ Avalon, 11/22 Warpaint @ Observatory, 12/16-18 Day for Night
obviously open to interpretation. they performed the same show (as far as I can tell) at P4k Paris.We are very sorry but we have to cancel our autumn club show dates. We are working on new show elements for these dates but unfortunately we have come to realise we won’t make it in time. The shows that are being canceled are:
25th Oct Manchester, UK – The Knife Curate The Warehouse Project
26th Oct Brighton, UK – Dome
28th Oct Frankfurt, Germany – Capitol
29th Oct Luxembourg, Luxembourg, Rockhal
Tickets for the above shows can be returned at point of purchase for a full refund.
We will still perform a set at the Pitchfork Festival in Paris on october 31.
Hopefully we’ll find new dates soon to visit these cities in 2014.
/The Knife Shaking The Habitual Show
It's a serious question though. Can Outkast perform for 90 minutes? What would be a realistic setlist to keep a crowd entertained for that long?
Alright for sure, I really didn't know but Bumblebee has helped put in perspective for me. If it came down to Papa Roach vs. Outkast I'd probably take Papa Roach, and that's saying how much I dont care for Outkast.
Papa Roach seems right up your alley
Outkast have more than 90 minutes worth of great material. I'm not the biggest Outkast fan but listen to them before you start talking about them. Listen to Aquemini and ATLiens and please tell me/us what you think of those two records on the klein25 listen to music recs or whatever that thread is called. If all you know is Speakerboxxx/Love Below you have a bad representation of what Outkast are about. Outkast will be a super fun set for whoever is there, more fun than those grandfathers who played Coachella 2012(what a fuckin' shit show that turned into).
FUCK the Knife and what they are calling a "concert" oh wait it's a performance art piece, cute! fuck them either way on this incarnation of their career.
Guedita stop talking about the dome before people start figuring out how much fun and awesome it is please! I spend about 3-4 hours in there each day since 2010. So yeah, chill out woman I need my personal oasis to stay relatively unnoticed.
Pretty sure atliens is in that thread which got a good rating . I like outkast before the double album came out and everything since then because it's all boring to me. I'll just be at another stage it's all good
Following NIN sucks. Putting them on before Outkast would drastically undervalue the cache of getting the Outkast reunion. Putting them on before AF makes AF look really boring and kinda musically inept. Muse is actually the only other band on out of those four who make as much noise and have as much flash to be able to share a co-headliner spot and not just get blown the fuck away.
I caught OutKast at the Gorge during that Area:One tour the bumblebee mentioned. They were so fucking badass that their set effectively ruined live hip-hop for me. I haven't seen any act since that was on their level. Make no mistake, this will be THE set of the festival. I say that with complete confidence. Come Monday morning when people are still picking dirt out their noses and compiling their top 10 lists from the weekend, OutKast will top most of these lists. There will be a lot naysayers eating their words. There will be a handful of ravers that will swear they caught a superior set in the Sahara although they will secretly wish they had made a different decision. And then there will be everybody else who knew what we were getting in the first place.
Evening tent with counterprogramming to split the crowd or even outside theater with some darkness is the best way to go on them.
I think you're kinda absurdly undervaluing them there. They're still one of the 10 best live acts you can possibly book with a 20+ year career.
Seriously, why is everyone having this massive problem wrapping their fucking minds around co-headliners?
You realize there's been one night where there were dual headliners two of the last three years, right? And it all went just fine? There's plenty of room, plenty of time, didn't bother anybody? Right?
Now shut the fuck up.
Can all the MUSE and NIN gear hang/fit on the same stage?
Sigur Ros doesn't have a 20 year career as headliners, so no, "so is sigur ros" is incorrect there. If you wanna sit there and say that Sigur Ros is as good of a show... I dunno, whatever, feel free, but it's not nearly as immediate or irrefutable. Sigur Ros isn't some people's cup of tea. It's slow and it's gibberish and it's weird. If they were as good at sucking their audience in, they'd be as popular as NIN. But they're not.
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For comparison, at Outside Lands, NIN headlined the main stage while Phoenix played a smaller stage. It's hard for me to imagine them sub-headlining Coachella.
muse rumor is in the first post. NIN rumor is unsourced, though it originates from Monklish mistakenly posting that NIN was playing the 2013 festival instead of HTDA.
plus what braundiggity dipshit said.