Kinda surprised it hasn't happened yet. It's been years since I've seen them live, but when I did they put on a really good show.
Early evening Main stage or late night Outdoor would be ideal.
They just played this thing on the central coast called Higher Grounds Festival. It was aptly named being held on 4/20 and all. I didn't go, but I've heard nothing but good things.
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This shoulda happened in 2010 IMO, but I'm down. Signed, as long as they don't bring Rusko with them.
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Saw them do a free show in New Mexico last year, shit was great. They have insane energy and their DJ does scratch solos and sometimes they even get down with bongos solos and different instruments depending on who's touring with them. Would love to see them at Coachella.
I fell asleep during their set at Vegoose. I wouldn't mind being awake for a set on the fields. I would hope they just play either of the first 2 records straight through.
Ugh! Out of all the bands in the entire fucking world, you want to get behind this band? Please fuck off and die!
fuckin' with the lights on
This would totally depend on the audience.
Cypress would be awesome...let them close the Outdoor on Sunday next year...Weekend 2 would lead us right into the morning of 420.
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Yeah, I would be excited to see them but I know that the crowd would be full of a bunch of Instagramming, self-obsessed high school cunts just like Outkast.
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