I've seen them a few times. Once in a small venue back in 2010 with maybe 50 people there, once opening for Bassnectar in Asheville, NC and once at Red Rocks. I really dig them and have had a great time each show. I looking forward to this Roo show so much and hope the scheduling works out for a LN spot.
Really hoping I get to see them. They're near the top of my list of acts to see. Almost hoping for a day time tent so I know they aren't apart of the late night conflicts that are inevitable.
I actually gotta agree with you there. On one hand, I'd really hate to see them get stuck with a shitty afternoon tent slot. But on the other hand, I'd really really really hate to have to miss them in favor of seeing Flaming Lips, Skrillex superjam, or insert whatever other epic latenight that is bound to happen
9-4 to 9-6 SummerDance Festival 9-20- St Paul and the Broken Bones 9-30 Ott 10-21 Emancipator Ensemble 10-22 ATB 10-23 W&W 10-28 STS9 11-18 Dan Deacon 11-21 The Werks/ Twiddle 12-4 Darude 12-8 The Revivalist 12-30 & 12-31 Decadence NYE (Denver) 1-17 Mr. Carmack 1-28 Yo La Tengo 2-9 TAUK 2-27 Lotus and Michal Menert 2-29 Beach House 3-3 to 3-6 Okeechobee Festival 5-9 King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard 5-23 DIIV
Post by runninglouisville on Jun 20, 2014 9:49:16 GMT -5
This was hands down my favorite electronic act this year. Straight up visceral beats with tribal drums and dirty synths. I danced until I couldn't dance any more, and then I did. I kept telling myself I didn't care my legs hurt, that me knee was going out on me, that I was out of water. I had regressed to a primeval creature whose only function was to get low. It was magnificent.
Post by runninglouisville on Jun 20, 2014 12:56:25 GMT -5
I mean, I had nothing to compare it to. In retrospect, it could have been louder, but it was loud enough for me. Of course I also made it up to the rail by the time the show was over, so that might have helped.