Wasn't really familiar with John Butler trio and now I'm turning into a big fan, same with classixx I knew a little from them but now I'm way more familiar and really enjoying them. Banks is pretty good. Kind of weird to say but I would say Lionel Richie. I knew some of his stuff but I know more of his songs then I originally thought and he has a lot more stuff I enjoy than I realized. Ty Segall and Omar Souleyman is up there as well.
ZZ Ward St Paul & the Broken Bones (so much so that I'm seeing them live now in April too!) Typhoon CHVRCHES (heard about them prior to roo, but didn't really start listening to them until the confirmation thread either) Sam Smith Disclosure (see CHVRCHES explanation)
Post by Cooper the Intern on Mar 13, 2014 19:23:24 GMT -5
Last year was Tame Impala and the year before that, Dispatch. It's definitely Lake Street Dive this year, I'm in love. I never really got into Zedd until he was on the lineup, so I guess that counts. And Damon Albarn, I love Gorillaz but didn't know he was the frontman.
So far I'm diggin' Lake Street Dive, MS MR, First Aid Kit, Thao and the Get Down Stay Down, Warpaint, Phosphorescent, Даха Браха, Rudimental, and Chance the Rapper. I am so nervous for schedule release.
James Blake is slowly moving up last of bands to see. I'm liking John Butler Trio as well. And surprising, Die Antwoord. I didn't like them at first but as I listened to more I just wanted to move. I like music that makes me do that. I'm liking a Tribe Called Red too.
Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds 6/2, My Morning Jacket 6/4, Bonnaroo 6/11-6/14
Bonnaroo '11,'12,'13, '14, '15
All Good '12, '13
Summer Camp '14
Post by Dale Cooper on Mar 14, 2014 8:38:11 GMT -5
My wife is now obsessed with Die Antwoord, to the point where they're her number one act. Disclosure, cut copy, frank ocean, superjam - it doesn't matter what their competition is, Die Antwoord will be where she's at. I want to see them, but if they go up against the big acts I don't know where I'll end up.