I am usually into slower dubstep like plastician, dfrnt, and scuba, but the best stuff for the dance tent would be some bouncy mainstream dubstep like rusko's woot boost or skream's midnight request line.
I feel like dubstep might be to much for most people so bassnecter would be a good happy medium.( I don't really like him myself though.)
I scored a backstage wristband last year and it is supper durable. I have been wearing it since last year. It is cloth so it couldn't have a barcode. Cloth wristbands might be to expensive to do for everyone.
Really man get over it. No one wants to hear you complain about sasquatch and it is no worse than the other large festivals that are the same size. Live Nation takes care of most of the parts of the festival you are complaining about, so if it is that big of a deal talk to them.
This is what i have quickly thrown together so far. The wishlist bands are either so big i felt they belonged in wishlist or there was not enough information backing up why they would be able to play next year. great job lets see what other bands we can add to the list.
Idea’s for next years sasquatch
Reason behind sasquatch appearence The residents-good live show and talked about hitting north west in spring
Chromeo - New album coming out next month and need to do an artist set after that less-than stellar DJ set in 2009.
Sleigh Bells - Sasquatch loves the "it" bands and seemed to miss the ball on them this year. I'm almost certain they will be making an appearance. New album not to long ago
Yeasayer - I was surprised to not see them on the bill also this year. My gut tells me we will see them holding down a slot similar to Passion Pit's this year on the main stage.
Fleet Foxes - Pretty sure they will have a new album next year, and being the Sasquatch darlings that they are I'm betting they will be back.
Bassnectar - After his massive success at Coachella this year I'm thinking Snacks will want to bring some dubstep insanity.
Of Montreal - New album coming out next month. Had a huge crowd last year, I can see them coming back and doing it again.
S. Carey - Drummer for Bon Iver who has a new album out. Perfect Yeti Stage artist.
Cut Copy - Many people have asked for them over the years and I think it's just time that they finally get brought up here. I wouldn't be surprised if they have a new album out soon as well.
Deer Tick - They've been gaining ground lately, and even though I'm not a fan of their new album I could see them making up part of the "folk" niche of the lineup.
Phoenix - Not into them really but there is no denying how hot they are right now. Another band that I was surprised not to see on this year's bill.
Brandon Flowers - His debut album comes out next month. I'm sure he'll be stopping by almost every festival next year.
Chemical Brothers - I'll admit, this is definitely a "wishlist" addition for me. But with a new album that just came out I could see them OWNING one of the late night sets.
Black mountain-new album out mid September
jason Isbell and The 400 Unit (they will for sure tour next year and didn't even touch the PNW last one)
Chk Chk Chk - New album just out, no PNW dates (though it's still early) and if you never seen them live, they fucking kill!
Panda Bear album this fall.
Mice Parade-new album this fall.
Philistines Jr.-nnew album and tour in 2011
Surfer Blood-played announcement show for 2010
Local natives-killed it last year rising in popularity
Skybox-new album in January and they fit the sasquatch mold really well and could be pretty popular in the near future
The walkmen-new album
Everything Everything- album out and have potential for growth
Death Cab-new album Wish list Arcade Fire Radiohead Man man Best Coast Real Estate Liars Titus Andronicus Major Lazer Toro Y Moi My Brightest Diamond
I was thinking we should start a thread of educated suggestions for next year. This is not a wish list thread. bands that are either coming out with an album or have a chance of touring should be suggested. i know Adam Zack's personally and i will pass on any well backed suggestions.