Lineup is out. Definitely gonna be at that Vampire Weekend/Tame Impala show. Get on it fast though, because these shows usually sell out the day they go on sale.
I want to go to that Vampire Weekend show too, but the Crystal Ballroom Ticket site says that the Alt-J, Vampire Weekend/Tame Impala, and Bastille/Nonono shows are already sold out. Did tickets really go onsale the day the shows were announced?
Dexter finale was fucking idiotic. Couldn't even deliver the extremely few things that I required of it. I wish to god I'd had the sense to stop watching that shit years ago. My one consolation is that I'll never have to watch an extreme close-up of Michel C. Hall eating ham again.
God, fuck that stupid-ass show right in the ear.
Why the hell was Masuka's daughter in this season?
Eminem- The Marshall Mathers LP Washed Out- Paracosm Neko Case- Middle Cyclone Neko Case- The Worse Things Get, the Harder I Fight, the Harder I Fight, the More I Love You Arctic Monkeys- AM Janelle Monáe- The Electric Lady CHVRCHES- The Bones of What You Believe Kanye West- Yeezus Washed Out- Life of Leisure - EP Washed Out- Within and Without Kendrick Lamar- good kid, m.A.A.d city Nine Inch Nails- Hesitation Marks Bosnian Rainbows- Bosnian Rainbows Father John Misty- Fear Fun Arcade Fire- Funeral
When was the last time TV on the Radio played Sasquatch? I could see them being there, especially if they put out a new album early next year. They released that new single a couple weeks back and have been playing some new stuff live at the few shows they've had this year.
2009. TV On the Radio left Interscope this year, decided to quit the traditional album cycle, and started releasing singles through Dave Sitek's Federal Prism label. ("Mercy" is awesome, by the way.) I'd still consider them within the pool of bands that make sense for a returning slot, especially now that there are 6 days of music to book.
Pearl Jam - Yield Deerhunter - Monomania The National - The National Earl Sweatshirt - Doris The National - Sad Songs for Dirty Lovers Kanye West - Yeezus Queens of the Stone Age - ...Like Clockwork Arctic Monkeys - Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not Arcade Fire - Arcade Fire EP
Death Cab for Cutie - Something About Airplanes Pearl Jam - No Code Death Cab for Cutie - The John Byrd EP Deep Sea Diver - History Speaks Frightened Rabbit - Pedestrian Verse The National - Trouble Will Find Me Queens of the Stone Age - ...Like Clockwork Baths - Obsidian Colin Stetson - New History Warefare Vol. 3: To See More Light
Dan Bejar just announced a solo tour and says that after November, Destroyer won't perform live until 2015. Neko Case wraps up a busy summer of touring in November (although she could easily pick that back up in early 2014). Carl Newman has been tweeting frequently about the recording progress on the new New Pornographers' album. They've played Sasquatch 3 times before, but not since 2010. I like them to return in 2014.
Reasoning: Sigur Rós played Edgefield in 2012 and headlined Sasquatch 2013. Bon Iver played Edgefield in 2011 and headlined Sasquatch 2012. The National play Edgefield in September. Their 2010 set is one of the most well-received sets in Sasquatch history.
Of course, by the Edgefield logic, fun. (although I think they're taking a break from touring next summer) and Yeah Yeah Yeahs might headline too. (And The Flaming Lips, but Burrito already mentioned them.)