Pedro the Lion- It's Hard to Find a Friend Pedro the Lion- The Only Reason I Feel Secure Pedro the Lion- Winners Never Quit Pedro the Lion- Control Pedro the Lion- Achilles Heel Headphones- Headphones OutKast- ATLiens David Bazan- Fewer Moving Parts David Bazan- Curse Your Branches David Bazan- Strange Negotiations Dum Dum Girls- Too True Overseas- Overseas
Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks- Wig Out at Jagbags Neutral Milk Hotel- In the Aeroplane Over the Sea Pixies- Doolittle Broken Bells- Broken Bells Broken Bells- Meyrin Fields - EP OutKast- Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik Young the Giant- Mind Over Matter- Listened to this album mostly because of the respect I have for Justin Meldal-Johnsen. Production was great, but the song writing was pretty lackluster. OutKast- ATLiens
I won tickets to Foster the People's show last night at the Doug Fir, and I have to say I was impressed. As far as your radio friendly bands like Grouplove, The Lumineers, Of Monsters and Men, Imagine Dragons, Bastille, The 1975, and such go, Foster the People are probably my favorite. Based on what I saw, I think they'll subheadline Sasquatch. It was a very good show.
I've been working my way through the lineup and I have some questions.
1. Someone give me a starting point for the Replacements please. 2. Who's Zedd? Is he just another typical 'wait for the drop' dude? He's pretty high up on the lineup and I know nothing about him. 3. Almost everything in the last 3 lines of Friday I know nothing about (exceptions: Kate Nash, ZZ Ward, Anti Flag, Wye Oak), what am I missing in there? 4. Starting point for Pet Shop Boys? 5. Lower line recommendations for Sunday? I have to fill 2 days with that lineup, but I'll probably just end up seeing Beck, NMH and STRFKR twice at this point.
1. Probably Let It Be, but I think cbats is the authority here. 2. I think Zedd is like Calvin Harris. He has those top 40 radio hits "Clarity" and "Stay the Night". (those are links) 3. Waxahatchee and Dum Dum Girls are pretty good. Although I like Cerulean Salt quite a bit, I don't know what a Waxahatchee show would be like. Dum Dum Girls are like lo-fi noise rock: www.youtube.com/watch?v=sZdbNMDH8hc 5. I like Chance the Rapper, AlunaGeorge, John Newman, Superchunk, and Surfer Blood. Electronic music isn't really my thing, but Poolside, Classixx, and Factory Floor are pretty cool. A Rudimental show could be a lot of fun.
OuKast- Stankonia Waxahatchee- Cerulean Salt Deltron 3030- Deltron 3030 Mutual Benefit- Love's Crushing Diamond The Replacements- Sorry Ma, Forgot to Take Out the Trash George Harrison- All Things Must Pass OutKast- Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik The Replacements- Hootenanny