Looks WAY more fun than a guy standing behind a table pressing buttons and turning knobs
That's the exact video I was talking about. Not much point in having a drummer hit drums at the exact same time that the electronic noises are making beats. I'm just saying, a lot of pointless talk about whether one group is going to have their stand-in musicians, when by the time they play, everyone's minds will be blown by Kraftwerk, and there will probably be something else cool going on.
I imagine after Kraftwerk having a similar reaction to Bloody Beetroots as I did when Tame Impala's amazing set ended last year. I walked over to Empire of the Sun, saw their BS gimmick for one song, and quickly realized nothing that night would beat Tame Impala and went on my merry way to the camp and my not $12 beer.
Post by bolotinjbl2 on Mar 5, 2014 16:49:25 GMT -5
Is there really this much concern about the freaking Bloody Beetroots? They (he) are (is) pretty awful, and even if they don't have the "live" shtick, it doesn't really matter because you can't hear the drums or other instruments over the bleepy bloopy womp womp anyway. I'm sure there will be something else better at that time (Kraftwerk?)