Post by Professor Pancakes on Sept 18, 2014 0:08:24 GMT -5
Queens of the Stone Age - s/t The Stooges - Raw Power David Bowie - The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars Flying Lotus - Cosmogramma Gogol Bordello - Pura Vida Conspiracy Man Man - On OnI Pond Royal Blood - s/t Faith No More - The Real Thing Faith No More - Angel Dust Thee Oh Sees - Carrion Crawler/The Dream Deadmau5 - while(1<2) Liars - Mess Metallica - ...And Justice For All Ty Segall - Slaughterhouse Ty Segall - Melted Ty Segall - Horn the Unicorn Raury - Indigo Child Gnarls Barkley - St. Elsewhere Sun Kil Moon - Benji Lil Wayne - Tha Carter IV Sigur Ros - Kveikur Arctic Monkeys - Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not Arctic Monkeys - AM
Post by Professor Pancakes on Sept 17, 2014 23:54:20 GMT -5
My thoughts (slightly based on my skewed sense of reality):
Pearl Jam (They have to play Saquatch eventually. I will continue to predict them every year until it happens) Tool (Provided they quit fucking around and actually make a new album) Faith No More Lupe Fiasco (New album coming out soon. I've always thought he would be a good fit for Sasquatch) Todd Terje (Because) Run the Jewels (see above) Royal Blood (Snacks seems to have a thing for rocking two piece bands and these guys are great) Kendrick Lamar (Same reason as Lupe) Raury (This kid is going to be everywhere next year) Fuck Buttons (and possibly anyone else from Julysquatch, but especially Fuck Buttons because Fuck Buttons)
Faith No More is planning an April release for their new album. I don't want to jinx it, but that Sasquatch headlining set is starting to look like a real possibility. Also, Faith No More is putting out a new album!
It's about damn time someone other than me appreciates this album. It is sofa king good.
Yup. It has a great Sonic Youth vibe to it.
That was my feeling exactly. It has a great sort of early post-punk feel to it, somewhere between Sonic Youth and the Violent Femmes, with just a little Silver My Zion mixed in the make it feel new and interesting. It's one of those albums that manages to sound vaguely familiar abd completely original at the same time.