2. Bon Iver 3. The Shins 4. Flying Lotus 5. Sbtrkt 6. Black Star 7. The Avett Brothers 8. Battles 9. St Vincent 10. Little Dragon
11. The Roots 12. The War on Dru gs 13. Skrillex 14. Mogwai 15. Punch Brothers
16. The Red Hot Chili Peppers 17. Umphreys Mcgee 18. Alice Cooper 19. Phantogram 20. The Word
Some other honorable mentions: Kurt Vile, Young the Giant, Two Door Cinema Club, Foster the People, Dale Earnhardt Jr Jr, Mimosa, The Black Lips, Alabama Shakes, Das Racist, Ivan Neville's Dumpstaphunk, Devil Makes Three, Big Freedia, The Soul Rebels Brass Band, and The Beach Boys
After Radiohead, its tough to really rank the rest. But I tried
I must say, the first 3 pages of this thread have actually changed my outlook on Radiohead's top billing. It would be a stretch to say that I'm even a "casual fan" at this point, but have always reserved my official "judgement" until I could see them live.
I can't think of a better opportunity to immerse myself than "on the farm" with so many Radiohead fans that will clearly be amped as all get-out for this one. Cheers.
Excited for Paul McCartney, Grizzly Bear, Bjork, The National, Animal Collective, Beach House, Kendrick Lamar, Swans, Tame Impala, Wu-Tang Clan, David Byrne & St. Vincent, Wilco, The xx, Nas, Japandroids, Solange, Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti, Dirty Projectors & R. Kelly
Post by fearofpride on Feb 15, 2012 16:25:57 GMT -5
(3-10 subject to shuffle or change over the next 4 months) 1. Radiohead 2. Ben Folds Five 3. Big Gigantic 4. The Shins 5. SBTRKT 6. White Denim 7. Feist 8. St. Vincent 9. Alice Cooper 10.War on No NO Word
1. Radiohead 2. Phish 3. The Word 4. The Roots 5. Blackstar 6. Mogwai 7. Beach Boys 8. Black Lips 9. Bad Brains 10. Antlers
10.5 Battles 11. Charles Bradley 12. Spectrum Road 13. FlyLo 14. The War on NO NO WORD!!! 15. Kurt Vile 16. White Denim 17. Dawes 18. Major Lazor 19. Kendrick Lamar 20. SBTRCT 21. Umphrey's 22. Afrocubism 23. The Shins 24. Bon Iver
Post by Homer J. Fong on Feb 16, 2012 14:44:12 GMT -5
Alright, time for version 2.0:
1. Radiohead 2. SBTRKT (moving up fast) 3. The Roots 4. Black Star 5. Bon Iver 6. Mogwai 7. The Antlers 8. Ludacris 9. Kendrick Lamar 10. Flying Lotus/Battles
Honorable mention: Childish Gambino, Das Racist, Danny Brown, Afrocubism, the Shins, Foster the People, Spectrum Road, Gary Clark Jr., Big Gigantic, Major Lazer, Punch Brothers, the War on Dr*gs, the Word, Phantogram, Superjam*
*Note: if the Superjam is Atoms in Peace, that shoots to top-10.
Post by frankthezappa on Feb 16, 2012 15:41:53 GMT -5
1.the beach boys(just wanna hear a crowd full of people sing wouldnt it be nice) 2.radiohead 3.black star 4.bon iver 5.st vincent 6.two door cinema club 7.childish gambino 8.black lips 9.bad brains 10.sbtrkt
1. The Word- would sit thru 4 days of Yoko Ono primal screaming just to hear them one more time 2. Black Star- favorite hip-hop group ever 3. Gary Clark Jr. 4. Bon Iver 5. Avett Brothers 6. The Roots 7. Beach Boys 8. Trampled by Turtles 9. Umphrey's McGee 10. Punch Brothers
I'm waiting to hear more information on the Superjam, but it's always my favorite part of the weekend. Possibly high as #2