I don't know if this was already talked about but seattle weekly just pointed out that The War on Drugs is on tour with Sharon Von Etten but is not playing the Seattle date in March. I'd expect them to be there
EDIT:I had no idea that that smiley is what happens when you put 3 questions marks in a row, so just interpret that as, ya know, 3 questions marks in a row.
Back when I used to write reviews of shows, I wrote a Pavement review which I'm pretty sure you read. I don't recall exactly what Malk said, but it was something to do with how Sasquatch is meant for little kids.
Post by Horned Gramma on Jan 13, 2012 2:12:29 GMT -8
I missed St. Vincent's last Sasquatch set. I won't make that mistake again.
chune-Yards is alright... Half of that album is amazing, but the other half (and the girl herself) are annoying as fuck. About what you'd expect from a band that employs random capitalisation in the spelling of its name.
I didn't even know who she was until I casually walked by during her Yeti performance. But after watching her for about 20 minutes I found her to be interesting and unique, with a quirky stage presence to boot. I hope that if she does play, it's not a mainstage performance because I think she'd be a bit overwhelmed and the intimacy could be lost.
I agree with you HG, that her album is decent enough to warrant a listen or two, but by the end of it I'm pretty irritated.
I wouldn't be surprised if you are picturing me peeling a carrot with a staple gun.