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Old 03-04-2013, 10:25 PM   #2911 (permalink)
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Anyone catching Sigur Ros in the eastern US?
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Old 03-05-2013, 08:19 AM   #2912 (permalink)
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Forecastle Festival lineup got announced today, might go with some friends who usually go. What do you guys think of this lineup?

I'm too lazy to figure out how to post a picture so here's the list I copied and pasted. Spoiler'd for size.

Spoiler for 2013 lineup:
The Black Keys
The String Cheese Incident
The Avett Brothers
The Flaming Lips
Alabama Shakes
Jim James
Animal Collective
Old Crow Medicine Show
Grace Potter & The Nocturnals
The Forecastle Incident
Young the Giant
Big Boi
Matt & Kim
Sharon Jones & The Dap-King
Purity Ring
The Joy Formidable
Datsik
Dawes
Griz
Kurt Vile & The Violators
Toro y Moi
Bob Mould Band
El-P & Killer Mike
Baauer
Bombino
Moon Taxi
Freakwater
Foxygen
Greensky Bluegrass
Wild Belle
Tift Merritt
TOKiMONSTA
Shovels & Rope
Salva
Night Beds
MNDR
Churchill
Ryan Hemsworth
Rubblebucket
Alasdair Roberts & Friends
Mona
The 23 String Band
Wheeler Brothers
A Lion Named Roar
The Pass
The Black Keys, The Flaming Lips, and Bombino would be my top choices to see at that fest. Bob Mould Band might be worth checking out and I've been hearing some good things about Alabama Shakes, so I'd probably check them out also.
The rest would probably be an audio crapshoot for me.
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Old 03-05-2013, 09:14 AM   #2913 (permalink)
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Festivals almost always overlap. It sucks I know but be prepared!
Agh I know, I'm not entirely sure what I would do in that situation, especially if it comes down to two artists I really want to see, I'd probably go see the first half of one and the second half of the other.

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I've recently seen ALT-J and Of Monsters and Men. Definitely go see them. I would love to see Chase and Status and Modest Mouse.
I think I'd like to see ALT-J, I've heard some of their stuff and they seem really good, I'm going to try and listen to bits and bobs from everyone who is playing so I don't miss anyone that will end up putting on a great show. Defo going to see Rihanna so I can eyegasm at her.


Do yous have any festival tips? Bearing in mind I'm in Scotland and it could either be ****ing roasting or flooded or just damn freezing haha.
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Old 03-05-2013, 01:19 PM   #2914 (permalink)
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The Black Keys, The Flaming Lips, and Bombino would be my top choices to see at that fest. Bob Mould Band might be worth checking out and I've been hearing some good things about Alabama Shakes, so I'd probably check them out also.
The rest would probably be an audio crapshoot for me.
Yeah, the Black Keys and the Flaming Lips are who would interest me in going. Alabama Shakes are pretty good, and I like the Joy Formidable and Foxygen's albums so I guess I'd want to see them. I've seen a few of the lesser known indie bands (ex. A Lion Named Roar) and they aren't bad. But there's still a good number of bands I don't - or haven't - listened to... ex. String Cheese Incident, Animal Collective, etc.

Whatever, I'll probably end up going anyways, haha.

The T in the Park lineup a few pages back looked pretty epic, for you people who are going to that or live over there.
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Foals...on Wednesday...
Foals on Monday, second time in 3 months I will be seeing them. Hoping it's as good as last time (November). They were just doing a few warm up gigs for the new album then but they were brilliant live.

A couple of local gigs are on the horizon with an 11 piece Reggae band called Mizzizi on Friday. Gotta support small local venues!

Gojira on the 23rd March too (me Birthday!).
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On April 17 I'm seeing Bonobo

July 4-8 I'm going to Ottawa bluesfest, a week long outdoor festival that hasn't been dedicated to blues in a very long time, however, B.B. King will be there. I'm also seeing El-P, Killer Mike, and Bjork. Needless to say, I'm stoked.
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KASABIAN in June, oh and PAUL WELLER in July! Can't wait. Foals aced it last night, great gig
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Old 03-17-2013, 07:07 PM   #2919 (permalink)
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Koan Sound and Opiou (hopefully) on the 27th of this month, just after Gojira on Saturday.

Saxon at the end of April is also penciled in.
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Foals on Monday, second time in 3 months I will be seeing them. Hoping it's as good as last time (November). They were just doing a few warm up gigs for the new album then but they were brilliant live.

A couple of local gigs are on the horizon with an 11 piece Reggae band called Mizzizi on Friday. Gotta support small local venues!

Gojira on the 23rd March too (me Birthday!).
I heard Foals don't really put on too much of an energetic show. They just stand around playing their instruments. So tell me, how are their sets brilliant?
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