As Lindsey is getting ready to go off and rage at Coachella, I am preparing to wake up uber early on Saturday morning in order to line up outside of Princeton Record Exchange so I can get first dibs on all of the releases I am targeting. I’m going to throw my list of targets up here, and it may or may not change before Saturday depending on what I read from now until then.
Incoming search terms:
- atmosphere and the uncluded
- Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeroes\ 2012 Record Store Day exclusive 7
Just because I’m feeling weird.
Mouth Wooed Her – Animal Collective
Right-click and enjoy.
So, I’ve been lurking around the Coachella message boards like a creep. Hey, I just wanna know what’s up, that’s all. I wanted to get a feel for some bands everyone seems to be real pumped to see..and I want to see how much it varies from my own pre-determined list.
Here’s a handful of artists that are hyping up people’s countdown to Coachella..
Gogol Bordello – These guys are wacky. They seem to incorporate anything and everything into their gypsy-esque music. People are going wild over them and claim they’re a must-see. If you’re expecting some normal indie-rock, nah, don’t even bother clicking. If I get a chance to see them out in the desert, it should be interesting to say the least..
Through the Roof and Underground
Empire of the Sun – A sweet little electronic duo all the way from Australia. These two are a bit
out there as well but I have a good feeling about them. They’ve got an MGMT feel if that’s what you’re into. I just love their crazy outfits.
Standing On The Shore
The Thrill (feat. Wiz Khalifa)
Animal Collective – I mean, this band really speaks for itself. They’ve been dominating the indie-music sphere for quite some time now. They’re avant-garde and of course I love that they claim Baltimore as their hometown. Check out these experimental tracks that will challenge your ears from their album, Merriweather Post Pavilion.
In The Flowers
As always, right-click to enjoy.