If their still a band, I think Foxygen would be a great Thursday night tent act.
What's this 'if' crap? Don't toy with my emotions, Pepe. They played Solid Sound six months ago and seemed to be pretty well-received on a Wilco forum where I (mostly) lurk. I support a farm visit. Also...
The Crimson ProjeKCt (really any incarnation of King Crimson, this is just the latest one) Porcupine Tree (put these last two back-to-back in a LN tent. Double duty Gavin Harrison FTW) Toro y Moi Scanner (can you fit an orchestra in a tent?) Dead Kennedys Aes Dana Other Lives Wooden Shijps Plus a bunch of those already mentioned.
02/04 - Alabama Shakes/Charles Bradley
03-06/04 - Confest
30/04 - Noel Fielding
07/05 - Courtney Barnett
26/05 - Morrissey
09/06 - TV on the Radio
13/06 - The Empire Strips Back: A Star Wars Burlesque Parody
20/07 - Johnny Marr
Post by Boston Powers on Dec 27, 2013 11:47:44 GMT -5
Foxygen have a great sound but make no mistake, they are the Stone Temple Pilots of the California psychedelic fusion rock scene. I wasn't even familiar with them until this past summer, and I've learned one major thing about them since then: The douchebaggery of their frontman knows no bounds.
If they follow in true STP footsteps, 20 years from now they'll replace him with Steven Wilson from Porcupine Tree and pretend it's totally cool.
Post by gardenfresh on Dec 29, 2013 12:04:02 GMT -5
We have a local punk/bluegrass band here that I am a HUGE fan of. They have been gaining momentum as of late, and I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to see them at Bonnaroo. They would definitely be a lounge act. For the past four years they have been touring like crazy, and gaining a lot of attention in both the punk and bluegrass communities.
Please check out Old Man Markley. Seriously. You will not regret listening to this band. Their live shows are just huge great fun and they are a cohesive unit of talented musicians and song writers.
Other songs I recommend: "Running Weight" , "Blindfold" , "Do Me Like You Do" , "At the Bottom" , "Letterman"