Friday, March 28, 2008

Pitchfork, Why Hast Thou Forsaken Me?

First Coachella goes down the shitter and now this?!?! How is this even possible? Oh and, uh, hey dirty hipsters: Time to start memorizing your Public Enemy and Mission of Burma lyrics...

Public Enemy performing It Takes A Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back
Mission of Burma performing Vs.

Animal Collective
Jarvis Cocker
Vampire Weekend
Dizzee Rascal
Fleet Foxes
No Age
Jay Reatard
King Khan & His Shrines
Atlas Sound
The Ruby Sun
A Hawk and a Hacksaw
Occidental Brothers Dance Band International
Animal Collective

Dinosaur Jr.
M. Ward
Ghostface and Raekwon
The Apples in Stereo
Dirty Projectors
Cut Copy
Extra Golden
El Guincho
Fuck Buttons

It looks like Sunday may be the only day worth attending. Boon to my wallet... sadness otherwise.


BG5000 said...

I agree that it's not as great as it was in previous years, but since they still have almost 30 to announce, i'm optimistic that they've got some good ones left. Besides, all they have to do is makes each day worth paying $20 bucks, which isn't that hard.

Bort said...

If you miss Jarvis Cocker, you are a failure at life

lkbom said...

I did just notice Jarvis Cocker. I would like to see him, but again, almost don't want to be there Sat for all the Vampire mania.

BG5000 said...

Come on, it's not like Hanna Montana is playing. By July those hipsters will be so over VW there'll probably only be like 10 people in front of the stage.

lkbom said...

Whereas Hannah makes such a lasting impression that I'm sure I'll be first in line to purchase her anthology in ten years time. Can't wait for that VH1 special.

Teeny pop 4evs!