09.15.07 :: Day 1
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Ok, let me be the first ... Excellent review. Very well written, and great photos. Thanks to all for sharing with the rest of us who can't make it to the left coast. Thanks for stepping up coverage of some great indie-rock bands. Keep up the good work KC and crew.
Real stellar writing yall! Great job!
Theivery rocks the spot!
Way to give back to your home turf jambase.com. Gadiel/Bernstein are proud.
Robyn Rubenstein: You know how to make an east coast music fella's heart ache for San Fran...Great words all together this piece, especially thanks for the mentions of Ghostland Observatory, Built to Spill, Spoon, Thievery Corp., and the DJ Shadow/Cut Chemist set which produced these seemingly spot-on words from Robyn: "The second half of the set stumbled, ranging from background music to moments of cacophony........The concept of an all-45 show with eight to ten turntables is undeniably cool, in theory, but again, in theory communism works. Though the PSA was hip, rehearsal would have gone much further." Props to these DJs for live improv but even nicer was her delicate description- nice....great shots as always Dave. ....
Great review, nice pictures, gorgeous venue, laughable lineup. Makes Vegoose (oh god i hope i dont get tasered for saying Vegoose) look like Gathering of the Vibes.
Great article. How cool is this? Nice to see those military bases used for something to create unity. Brovo to the promotors and fat claps to the writer, best article I've read on music is good while
great fest, really well run. What a view!
Spoon was great on Sunday, they rocked the house, very innovative.
Should have went Sat. to see Shadow & co.
This is going to become a great annual event in SF.
Hi all. I wrote the Day 1 part. I can't believe I'm just noticing this now, over a month after the fact. I'm so sorry about it, but I'm offering a correction to whomever else will read this. Honeycut is a trio, not a quartet. Etienne de Rocher did play with them that day, thus there were four people on-stage, but there are only 3 people in the band. Sorry.