Post by Friendly Destroyer on Jan 9, 2013 3:34:14 GMT -5
I heard she once had a Marshall stack fall on her head at a Jesus and Mary Chain concert (pre-reunion, OBVIOUSLY). The doctors said she should've been dead and none of them could medically explain why she wasn't (apparently she is considered "legally" dead in 20 states). Anyway, so since that day she's always been able to see into the Coachella future and not turn her head to the right.
This stuff pisses me off so much. Fuck I just wish the lineup will come out so I can either stop paying attention to these potentially bullshit claims, or get super fucking excited:
"Anonymous said... So I work at a company called Vortex Immersion Media that deals in a number of visual display technologies. I just ran into a friend who works in the special projects department of R&D. He has been burning the candle at both ends and I hadn't seen him in a solid 6 months. I asked him what hes been so busy on and he steered the conversation away from the topic. So a few minutes later I asked again. He was hesitant but finally told me he's spent the last few months specially contracted by Paul Hahn. I asked who that was and he told me hes the head of Daft Arts. Again I gave him a blank stare until he just yelled DAFT PUNK! at me. He went on to describe some of the live show aspects and I honestly don't believe half of them. But he said he's been so busy because the primary phases of the setup had to be finished by early February. When I again asked why he said that everything had to fully operational and ready for live rehearsal by March for Coachella.
I'm not an idiot, I know how ridiculous this sounds but this is actually happening. Daft Punk is playing Coachella 2013 and they are cooking up maybe the greatest spectacle ever seen at a concert. The wait will have been well worth it come April. Their work really is never over.
I officially don't get the infatuation with Daft Punk. So they are electronic godfathers, cool. Everyone and their kid sister is making electronic music these days, and those with the most money are creating amazing visual spectacles. So maybe they started this trend seven years ago, but are they really going to do it that much better than everyone since? IT'S STILL JUST TWO GUYS PRESSING PLAY.