Won't miss a minute of: Blur The Stone Roses Grinderman How To Destroy Angels Beardyman Violent Vemmes Spiritualized Portugal. The Man Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds Parov Stelar Band (Gang is going to be pissed) Thee Oh Sees
Would like to see (again): Modest Mouse Lou Reed (Velvet Underground is one of my favorites) Jurassic 5 Bassnectar Infected Mushroom Divine Fits Wolfgang Gartner Four Tet Alt-J Lee Scratch Perry Youth Lagoon The Postal Service Sigur Ros New Order Hot Chip Franz Ferdinand Dropkick Murphys Foals Janelle Monae Danny Brown Booka Shade Allen Stone El-P Reignwolf Red Hot Chili Peppers Vampire Weekend The Lumineers James Blake Grimes Gathlight Anthem Paul Oakenfold Dinosaur Jr. OMD Father John Misty Rodriguez Paul Kalkbrenner Disclosure Cloud Nothings
Better than watching TV: Yeah Yeah Yeahs Passion Pit Beach House Japandroids Johnny Marr Phoenix Grizzly Bear Knife Party Moby Yeasayer Simian Mobile Disco Puscifer Major Lazer 2 Chainz Biffy Clyro Kurt Vile Social Distortion Wu-Tang Clan Excision Smith Westerns DIIV
Grinderman is a more rocked out version of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, and they only have two albums, put out in 2007 and 2010. You'll be sure to hear all their "hits" by listening to those albums. The Bad Seeds catalog is enormous. It's pretty much the same band though, Grinderman being dirtier and heavier rock.
I've mentioned this before, but Nick Cave is basically a god. He writes amazing songs, scores, books, short stories, poems (maybe?), he's pretty much a genius. Plus he dominates the stage like none other. If you even remotely dug Jarvis Cocker's stage presence at Coachella last year, Nick Cave is a lot like that.