Nah, it's not that. I've been introduced to a handful of great bands on the Yeti Stage, but the thing is it's as best I can tell typically NW local acts (which I know nothing about) or pre-buzz buzz bands, or both. I'd love to name some hot, hip new bands from the area who deserve the exposure Sasquatch would bring them, but I don't know any.
e: Blacksmile snuck one in there on me, I'm replying to shamil/ryslice.
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It starts and ends with Arcade Fire. Put them on the Main Stage at sunset singing "My Body is a Cage" and my head will either im or ex plode!!
Also: Pixies (Please!!) Iggy Pop Vampire Weekend Pains of Being Pure at Heart Wu-Tang Blackstar (reunion has to happen sometime) Prodigy Miles Benjamin Anthony Robinson Libertines (Imagine that for a second!!) Ghostland Observatory The Faint Devo Raveonettes
... and Bob Dylan should close it out with "Tangled Up In Blue". Is that too much to ask?
These are probably somewhat outdated or too "mainstream" for the indie-hipster folk but I'm gonna put it out there anyway:
Atmosphere Murs Blackstar (or I'll take either Mos Def or Talib Kweli) The Roots Muse Them Crooked Vultures Ghostland Observatory Air Zero 7 or Sia M.I.A. Rodrigo & Gabriella Helio Sequence MGMT Tunng Silversun Pickups Portishead Feist Cold War Kids Iron & Wine Menomena Andre Nickatina
Sufjan Stevens Conor Oberst and Band My Morning Jacket Radiohead Pearl Jam Beck Belle and Sebastian Ben Folds Wilco Bob Dylan Cake Calexico Cat Power Death Cab Flaming Lips (always welcome) Gillian Welch Gomez The Hold Steady Iron and Wine Langhorne Slim The Low Anthem The Magnetic Fields The National The Marlboro Chorus Mike Apinyakul Minus the Bear Modest Mouse moe. Old 97's Old Crow Medicine Show The Postal Service (Is that even possible>) Ryan Adams Sharon Jones The Shins Son Volt Spoon St. Vincent Stevie Wonder Okkerville River Justin Townes Earle U2 The Black Keys Wyclef Jean Norfolk and Western Bon Iver Street Sweeper Social Club