Eleanor Friedberger- New View, January 22 https%3A//soundcloud.com/frenchkiss_records/he-didnt-mention-his-mother
The Nevermen- The Nevermen, January 29 https%3A//soundcloud.com/nevermenmusic/nevermen-tough-towns
DIIV- Is the Is Are, February 5 https%3A//soundcloud.com/capturedtracks/diiv-dopamine-official-single https%3A//soundcloud.com/capturedtracks/diiv-bent-rois-song-official-single https%3A//soundcloud.com/capturedtracks/diiv-mire-grants-song-1
The Cave Singers- Banshee, February 19 https%3A//soundcloud.com/thecavesingers/thats-why
Shows at Sleep Country Amphitheater this past summer: OneRepublic and The Script, KISS and Def Leppard, Journey and Steve Miller Band, Mötley Crüe and Alice Cooper, Nine Inch Nails and Soundgarden, Lil Wayne and Drake, and Zac Brown Band. Obviously NIN played in 2009 and Soundgarden was scheduled to play at Julysquatch, but most artists who play there don't fit in at Sasquatch. I can't see Lana Del Rey playing Sasquatch - especially since artists who are big enough to headline venues like Sleep Country Amphitheater or Shoreline Amphitheater are big enough to headline Sasquatch. Snacks (hopefully) wouldn't book LDR to headline.
No one else has said it yet, so I have to... the Decemberists' 2015 NA tour doesn't include Seattle, and they haven't played Sasquatch since Monday night in 2011.
Smashing Pumpkins are headlining the three South American Lollapaloozas, and they (he? I don't know what Billy is doing anymore) haven't played Sasquatch. Can anyone see them playing Sasquatch, or is it 20 years too late?
Sleater-Kinney- The Hot Rock Sleater-Kinney- Call the Doctor Julian Casablancas+The Voidz- Tyranny Ariana Grande- My Everything (don't judge) Azealia Banks- Broke With Expensive Taste Run the Jewels- Run the Jewels Run the Jewels- Run the Jewels 2
Sleater-Kinney- The Hot Rock Sleater-Kinney- Sleater-Kinney Julian Casablancas+The Voidz- Tyranny TV on the Radio- Seeds Damien Rice- My Favourite Faded Fantasy Foo Fighters- Sonic Highways Run the Jewels- Run the Jewels Run the Jewels- Run the Jewels 2
Seeds isn't nearly as good as I wanted it to be. The first four tracks were pretty great, but then I spent the next 37 minutes wondering why I was still listening to it.
How about a Nirvana reunion with St. Vincent on vocals? Or is that too much a Coachella thing?
I really think that was a one time thing (or two time if you count later that evening at whatever Brooklyn bar it is). Dave Grohl doesn't need that check, and he respects Kurt too much to continue "honoring" him.