I think the general consensus is that Nero dj sets suck, but they are pretty amazing live with their vocalist. This is one of the reasons I have to question whether I want to go out of my way to see a dj set by artists that are not renown for their djing ability.
"The name is primarily used as a pseudonym for the solo projects of Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo."
Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo pretty much is the Bloody Beetroots. The other dude is DJ Tommy Tea. I'm not sure how much collaboration he has had on the artistic side, but as of the latest album Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo has made it look more like a solo project. I think for his live shows he brings in touring artists.
I think that seating chart pretty much spells it out for you. Although, the actual lawn area is much larger than the seating map lets on. If you have been to the gorge at all, you pretty much know what areas have grass, and that is general admission. I've been to a couple seated shows at the Gorge, and both times I was in the seats, sitting on uncomfortable metal folding chairs. If you end up in GA, you should probably get there as early as possible to get a spot that you want.
I think a real picture may be much more helpful. You can see the floor area where they put seats, and the grass area, which is general admission.
Last Edit: Mar 3, 2014 23:34:38 GMT -5 by Cysquatch
Have you listened to these guys a lot? Do you have a recommendation for the uninitiated?
I heard their name tossed around a few years ago, but never really listened to them til just now. Absolutely loving them the last few days. They should be a perfect warmup for Tool. There is not a lot of variation in their sound across all the albums, so pretty much any one will give you a good feel for their sound.
I recommend watching this video of their Hellfest 2012 performance. An hour set from them is like 4 or 5 songs.
Also the only Yob album I could find on Spotify is their live album from Roadburn 2010.
On a second look, what are the chances he gets moved to May Sasquatch? I mean he is in US around that time and has nothing during memorial day weekend
I was thinking this would be the most logical solution, instead of packing him and his equipment, and probably stage production across the ocean in a day. The only thing is that May looks pretty well rounded with both dance tent headliners and late night artists. I guess he could always poop Die Antwoord.
Last Edit: Mar 2, 2014 18:18:10 GMT -5 by Cysquatch
I didn't see the version of the poster with Sasquatch on it, so I was thinking no "live" show, but yeah that doesn't look good. More likely instead of him not playing, the day he plays will get moved. His live show will probably be a little too big for the dance tent too, so he'll most likely get moved to a late slot.
Last Edit: Mar 2, 2014 18:08:29 GMT -5 by Cysquatch
It's not that it's a bad idea to have a thread such as this (a more current one). But I'm sure as hell not managing one because a) fuck all of you for going to Sasquatch without me, and b) I own a car.
C. I'm pretty sure most hitchhikers are car jackers.
The weird thing is that this thing was last used before I even became an active member. How the hell did I even think it existed? I never really lurked or showed enough interest is ride sharing to look at it.