Oh and back to Paul F. Tompkins, he describes the Sasquatch show with Scott Aukerman as such:
Paul joins forces with Comedy Death-Ray creator Scott Aukerman to present a cavalcade of comedy and music. It's an official cavalcade. It's been registered with the United States Bureau of Weights and Measures and Shows.
True it is visually logical when just browsing over it, but making your own schedule online sucks. You have to go to every band page to click add to schedule. Then once you add it to your schedule it is again just a list. That is why I really need some one to make the excel sheet! I am calling upon all you excel wizards to work your magic and make me a super schedule.
If you go to the Schedule page and click the small "i" icon that's on each band, you can add them to your schedule without going to a different page.
The Friday stage setup is weird (it's pretty much a Foo Fighters show with a confusing multiplicity of stages) and the GBV timeslot is a fucking travesty. An hour for a band that has 3 hours of brilliant material for alcohol consumption to offer? Fuck, Snacks, come on. Like others have said, though, that'll be a great afternoon drunk I'll have going on.
I'll also ask for one of these so-called Excel Wizards to make a selective schedule. Thanks, ya'll.
Noah and the Whale leading into Black Mountain is up against Chromeo and their shitty main stage timeslot. This is not cool. Head Like a Kite, who I've heard is good but haven't listened to yet, also conflicts. This could be my biggest scheduling issue. I'm sad to say that I might actually have to skip Chromeo and their sexy daytime dance party this year :-(... decisions!!!
It may sound crazy, but my reasoning is I've seen Chromeo a few times and I haven't seen the others. I know I'll have plenty of opportunity to see Black Mountain again as I live in Vancouver, but Chromeo also comes to town twice a year. As for HLaK, I need to listen to them before I make that call.