And clearly you aren't a rapist (I hope) but the way you pop into any thread where a woman happens to be lamenting her lack of ride to Bonnaroo and tell them to come hop on your bus sounds extremely rapey.
7-8 but can easily jump to a 9 with some nice additions - I really want to see Vampire Weekend added as you guys all got my hopes up haha. MGMT, Cut Copy, & Foxygen would be nice too. Just give me one of them!
Post by theshining on Feb 20, 2013 15:26:48 GMT -5
I give it a solid 8. I still don't see much room for "big" tent/stage additions (line-up top 40) once they get through the cafe, comedy, and silent disco adds. That being said, a few solid cafe acts, a couple hard/metal/post rock adds, and another couple of interesting EDM acts (Disclosure, Blondes, BMSR) and this is easily a 9/10.
Perfection doesn't exist, especially when you consider how brutal the conflicts are likely to be.
Post by Nautical Disaster on Feb 20, 2013 15:33:55 GMT -5
7. Was hoping for any 2 of : Black Angels, Regina Spektor, She & Him, Les Claypool, Placebo, Xavier Rudd, Franz Ferdinand, Alabama Shakes, Vintage Trouble, Cold War Kids. Cant believe not even 1 of them.
Post by notdarkyet on Feb 20, 2013 16:39:02 GMT -5
I scored it a 9 subjectively, considering how good I hoped and thought it might actually be. Definitely exceeded my expectations! More objectively, thinking about how good I could imagine and actually expect a lineup to be I'd still score it a 8.
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 hiddenzombie013 on Feb 22, 2013 22:24:12 GMT -5
It's tricky, because it IS possible to have too many good bands. If there's too many good ones, then there will be conflicts galore, so even though I get to see one I want, I'm also kind of a sad panda during it because I know I'm missing one or two more that I want to see. That said, I think this lineup because is great because it is stacked without being too great.
I give it an 8.5. Amazing headliners and undercard. However, with metal being my favorite genre I'm a little disappointed with how many choices we have, so it loses 0.5. Baroness is an AMAZING choice to get though (probably the best band they realistically could have gotten for my taste honestly), plus Roo has never been metal-centric, and many bands are in Europe too. Hence only 0.5 off. However, I've been getting into jam much more this year, so I'm bummed that this is the year with the least amount of jam ever. I do wanna see Mule, but the lack of jam loses this lineup 1 point.
4/18 - Zeds Dead
4/27 - STS9
4/30 - Suicidal Tendencies
5/1 - The Black Crowes
5/2 - A Day to Remember
5/3 - Smashing Pumpkins
5/8 - Phoenix
5/10 - Borgore
5/11 - Clutch
5/16-19 - Hangout Music and Arts Festival
5/25 - Sunset Music Festival
5/26 - Yngwie Malmsteen
6/3 - Killswitch Engage
6/7 - Fleetwood Mac
6/13-16 - BONNAROO
love this line-up...gave it an 8 just because of the conflicts that are bound to happen. Probably the first year I can remember having conflicts on Thursday. If the scheduling gods are kind, this could possible be the best line-up ever for me!
The conflict talk is the truth. I gave it a 9/10 based purely on the artists, but I don't know how many great adds I can handle at this point. Short of one of those bands that I absolutely must see that I would probably otherwise never have a chance to see. So basically I need a New Order add to be any happier than I am now with the lineup.
And the only reason its not a 10/10 is because of the non-Macca headliners. Mumford I'll probably catch just to be a part of what will probably be a huge show, and Petty I like but am not crazy for. If it was something like Macca - NIN - Phish then we'd be talking perfect 10.