A is for musician Sam Amidon & comedian Al Madrigal. B is for Border Music featuring Marc Ribot and David Hidalgo (of Los Lobos), and The Blisters. C is for Neko Case. D is for The Dream Syndicate (Steve Wynn) E is for Euclid Records, returning to set up shop. F is for Foxygen. G is for Golden Eagle, and Mt. Greylock, the highest peak in MA H is for John Hodgman, returning to curate comedy once again I is for "I Got You", which we're pretty sure Wilco will play either Friday or Saturday night. J is for Mikael Jorgensen & Greg O'Keefe, as well as Jen Kirkman - Comedian. K is for Glenn Kotche & Darin Gray (On Fillmore), providing a live soundtrack to WNYC Radio's Radiolab L is for Low and also for Lucius. (We'll be back tomorrow at 10AM with more.)
M is for Medeski Martin & Wood with special guests, Mark Mulcahy, and the world's greatest setting for a music festival: MASS MoCA. N is for Nels Cline & Julian Lage. O is for Os Mutantes. P is for Pat Sansone of The Autumn Defense (Official) Q is for Questions? Visit Solid Sound FAQ (BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!) R is for The Relatives, as well as Reggie Watts. S is for Story Pirates -- perfect for kids and the Summer Solstice -- perfect for everybody. T is for Early Bird Tickets, which will be gone soon. Get yours now. (BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO) U is for Urban Birding. V is for Valentine's Day and "You and I" is the perfect soundtrack, right? V also = vegetarian & vegan food options. W is for White Denim (and of course -- two sets of Wilco). X is for artist Xu Bing Y is for Yo La Tengo, playing a full set and live-scoring the film "The Love Song of R. Buckminster Fuller." Z is for Ze Full Lineup. See you in June
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What you got back home, little sister, to play your fuzzy warbles on? I bet you got little save pitiful, portable picnic players. Come with uncle and hear all proper! Hear angel trumpets and devil trombones. You are invited.
Post by problem dog on Feb 14, 2013 17:30:42 GMT -5
Where should I start with Dream Syndicate? I've never listened to them. I saw they were playing Atlanta a couple years back and geeked because I thought it was the Tony Conrad thing. Never really looked into them after I realized it was something else.
You've heard of more than Me LD... But with WS and G-land going ape shiiit crazy I know there is some good quacking music that even quacker has not turned me on to that I've got to check out. And i thought quacker knew everything music that's not brandy new. : ) Really liking what little he's queued up for The Relatives.
Post by garageland on Feb 14, 2013 20:44:26 GMT -5
^^Haha I was wondering about that.
Fawn and LD, the gems (to me) are the bands I was freaking on. Os Mutantes (60's Brazilian psych rock), The Dream Syndicate (80's College Radio Pop), and The Relatives (which Quacker got for you). Yo La Tango is just incredible live. I'm geeking over a On Filmore set (which has Glen Koche of Wilco but is more experimental sounding), the always amazing Neko Case and Low and White Denim.
From top to bottom, this line up is just stunning.
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