How do all feel about if the Bieber came out on stage with Chance the rapper?
It probably won't happen because Sasquatch doesn't usually have special guests and I really doubt Bieber is straight up touring with Chance. If it did happen I wouldn't give a shit one way or the other.
But why? I can understand him making an appearance but he should stay the fuck out of Outkast's set.
I dunno. After that speech he gave last year about seeing OutKast at the Gorge back in the day and it being one of his biggest inspirations to start his hip hop career, I could see him coming back for another Sasquatch appearance.
Better justification that I expected. I just hope that he is in town so he can attend the event and not to perform at it. I'm glad that Outkast influenced him a lot but it's not like it's readily apparent in his music. We don't need to have a random Macklemore detour in the middle of the Outkast set. I'm particularly vocal about this because it's way too easy to see Big Boi being into this idea after the last few years of his solo career. I'm really hoping Andre keeps him in check on this reunion.
And guys, can we not do the whole Macklemore argument again? Both sides end up acting like douchebags and no one wins. Like him if you do, don't like him if you don't This whole issue has been hashed out pretty heavily on the board already.
Are you looking for Neko Case or New Pornographers recommendations? If you want another solo album, Fox Confessor Brings the Flood is my favorite of her solo albums. With New Pornographers, any of the first three are worth spending more time with.
I love festivals that just say fuck it, here are a few death metal bands for the lulz
It's too bad Sasquatch can't be so bold. We only get heavy bands if they're Pitchfork approved, or maybe local. I'd still love to see a more extreme local band like Agalloch, YOB, or Wolves In The Throne Room slipped in the mix. Those bands are legendary among underground metal fans everywhere.
Yeah, I'm kind of with Drew. Tickets would be half the price and you'd get a stellar live band. With The Knife you're paying to hear their stuff blasted loudly over nice speakers (not necessarily a bad thing!). I can see either choice being fine.