Just kinda looking at who has either has an album that's fairly new or one coming out soon. Or anyone that I could see playing shows next year.
Prince Pearl Jam Modest Mouse Wu-Tang Clan
Belle and Sebastian Interpol Kendrick Lamar TV on the Radio Spoon Flying Lotus (Late Night) Future Islands DFA 1979 Rustie Caribou Charli XCX The War on corn chips Run The Jewels Ty Segall Perfume Jesus Kindness Operators Zola Jesus Iceage Goat The Rural Alberta Advantage Stars
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Don't have a specific link to it but I think I remember Rustie saying in an interview that he wants to play a bunch of shows/festivals next year. He's in Seattle in November but I don't think that counts him out.
Your question isn't directed at me but I'll give my opinion too. It's fucking great.
Lots of 2014 stuff for me right now:
Aphex Twin - SYRO NehruvianDOOM - NehruvianDOOM The Juan Maclean - In a Dream Perfume Genius - Too Bright Cymbals Eat Guitars - LOSE Mick Jenkins - The Water SBTRKT - Wonder Where We Land Death From Above 1979 - The Physical World iLoveMakonnen - I Love Makonnen EP Rustie - Green Language BADBADNOTGOOD - III
What kind of billing and reception would TV On the Radio and Interpol get at Sasquatch in 2015?
Interpol could maybe sub, TV on the Radio sub-sub?
I would love to see either, honestly. Wasn't huge on El Pintor but I still like Interpol as a band. I love TV on the Radio and I am really excited for the new LP so seeing them again would be wonderful.
Both seem like decent early bets for 2015.
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Achtung Baby and In Rainbows are two of the most overrated albums of all time.
Hey I agree.
Not a huge U2 fan so I can't speak about that too much. I do love In Rainbows but people talk about it like it's one of the best albums of its decade. I might have thought this five years ago but now that I have expanded my taste in music I realize how narrow-minded some Radiohead fanboys can be. I'm sure it's a similar kind of thing with U2.