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Wednesday, August 02, 2006

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Tonight's SIRIUS Blog Radio playlist is made up entirely of free & legal mp3s that can be downloaded from the artist/label/promo websites. Also, we have a real live girl guest hosting tonight! (g vs. b's new contributor, the lovely Michelle). Listen on Left of Center, tonight at 10 Eastern. I'll be posting the entire playlist, along with mp3 links for each song, tomorrow morning. Here are a couple preview tracks:

Emily Haines (of Metric) The Lottery mp3
Rappers Delight Club First Ladies Anthem mp3

elsewhere:


Aziz Ansari takes in Tapes 'n Tapes' set

My boy Austin, whom I met this weekend in Chicago, sent us his "Pitchfork Festival Observations From a Non-Indie Dude," and we thought it was pretty funny and just about 100% accurate:

I thought I'd tell you guys some of the cool and not-so-cool things I noticed at my first official "indie" festival. (Note--I should point out I listen to what I call "diet indie" music, basically, the indie stuff that isn't quite as eccentric as The Knife, Liars, and Danielson.)

First, the pros...

  • Everything was CHEAP, CHEAP, CHEAP! $1 for a bottle of water?
    Unbelievably fair. Food was cheap, as were the brewskis.
  • The record store--what a cool setup. I bought Blood on the Tracks for 10 bucks. Search that on eBay, see if you can find a copy under twenty. And oh yeah, it was a NEW copy.
  • Small bands having HUGE audiences. You could tell this was a great feeling for more unknown bands such as Voxtrot to have so many people to play for. I saw Voxtrot in Athens, GA on the day their 2nd EP came out to the public and eleven people were there...eleven.
  • Personal space. Man, those shows were all packed, but you totally had room to stand. Even my girlfriend (the quintessential "excuse me while I bump you out of my way while I get to the front" person) didn't want to fight for the front spots when we showed up late. Especially in the heat, that was great.
  • The music.Great bands, great fun, not a bad set all weekend.
  • READY ART BRUT?!?! - The winner of the "band i'm not really into but has one of the best live shows I've ever seen" award. Congrats, guys!
And now...the cons...
  • THAT FUCKING GUY ANNOUNCING EACH SHOW!!! Look pal, we get it, you put a lot of time and effort into making this possible, and hey, thanks again. But if I have to hear you yell the words "community," "grassroots," or "I" once again, well, I may just upload a Sum 41 record on your iPod. But honestly, how annoying was that guy? Did anyone else play a drinking game where they had to chug from the first "grassroots" until the last?
  • People talking to the bands during the set. I saw this Friday
    night with the Joggers, then it hit a real bad climax with Band of Horses (of course the guy was RIGHT next to me.) I've never been to shows where people try to talk to a band WHILE they're performing! Is that a normal indie show thing? Is it going to happen at Wolf Parade next week? Uh oh.
  • People wanting pictures who could care less about the music. I saw one guy, not sure his name but other bloggers knew him, who would leave each show after 10 minutes and 20,000 clicks to get a good spot at the other stage. Craziness. I understand some people have seen these bands before, but I started watching this guy, and he left EVERY show after he got his pics. Oh well, I bet his blog is full of cool shots.
  • I did some heavy people watching, and at no time did I ever feel that anyone was even attempting at hooking up later that evening. Maybe someone else saw it, but this was like the hipster event of the year. Hipsters from all over came here--the cream of the crop. Why weren't they trying to meet that special someone or at least trying to sleep with them? Isn't there a limited number of hipsters in each town? There were thousands of choices here, and it seemed no one was on the prowl. Kudos to anyone who did hook up, but I certainly didn't see it.

    (On a side note, you could put that as a pro considering there really wasn't any gross drunk people making out during an entire show. That happened to me at a music festival last year, it's pretty uncomfortable.)
  • Finally, no one liked to jam out or have fun with the music. Okay, I shouldn't say "no one." But the crowds were tame. Don't get me wrong, I hate the mosh pit stuff, but the general movement from your average fan was a steady foot stomp. I remember (vaguely) being a little inebriated during Voxtrot and my girlfriend and I going nuts and when the show ended everyone looked at me like I was loon. That was one of the funnest 45 minutes ever, though. But my point is, people seemed too cool to get into the music. Who's too cool to enjoy moving to their favorite music? The Pitchfork Festival people, apparently!
--Austin L.

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26 comments:

Blogger cindy hotpoint said...

"People wanting pictures who could care less about the music."

You know, its people like this who consistently make EVERY indie show kind of crappy, and it kind of weirds me out that these people mediate their experience with the music through their camera lens. Maybe that's also why they're not dancing.

And frankly, if I'd been at P-fork, I SO would have been on the prowl for a nice young man -- but in a totally subtle way. You forget, most indie kid hipsters, despite their outward coolness, are totally socially awkward -- the kind of people who can barely say "you're neat!" without being completely wasted. Sad but true. Also, sometimes it's really hard to tell if a cute indie hipster boy is gay or not. Seriously...

Great commentary, Austin. Are you going to Lollapalooza -- if so, can we get your thoughts on that as well? (:

1:34 PM  
Anonymous weed said...

hipsters know how to dance on the inside

2:02 PM  
Anonymous Patrick said...

Yeah, there definitely wasn't enough sexy eyes happening, although a nice young man DID spank me as I walked through the crowd. That kinda thing doesn't happen enough, in my opinion.

Oh, and yeah, that guy introducing each band needed to have a water bottle thrown at his head. Especially when he gave the speech about how ANYONE can be an indie rock star, so go for the gold! Ugh....

2:06 PM  
Blogger Tussin said...

Ha my friend knows that dude that took pictures and just left. Unbelievable...I felt personally insulted when he left the destroyer set. It was also funny how he mentioned the national being his fav band and then peacing...which I should have done to be up front for the liars.
It's always wierd to dance when the people around you dont seem to be feeling the band...
Except in the case of the liars. The best set of the festival, they blew away all the would be next best things. An absolutely legendary set that was an out of body experience for fans while taunting audience members that just didnt get it. I didn't care who the hell was around me then I was so engrossed in the music. They towered over the scene itself. Best band of the new millenium.

2:33 PM  
Blogger sam said...

spot on observations Austin. a special BRAVO on the annoying announcer. that guy needed to be strung up after the first announcement. i get it ... pick up trash ... i'm annoying ... here's a crappy poem i wrote involved the album title. done. let's get on with the music!

one observation i had that you didn't mention ... what's with the jeans and black shirts in 100 DEGREE HEAT?!?! i get that you have to look all "real" and indie and shit, but seriously have some sense kids. you can still rock the ironic T in shorts.

i did see 1 dude rockin' himself out during Spoon. one of the highlights of the festival for me actually. he had so much enthusiam ... and many drinks prior to that i'm sure.

2:36 PM  
Anonymous Amrit said...

I love the non-indie perspective. Great read!

2:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey, i was totally trying to meet girls. but i AM fairly socially awkward, so i wasn't successful.

and as far as getting into the music, i hated being at a couple shows where there was a crowd moving, dancing, et cetera and i was barricaded from joining their ranks by people who were standing completely still, maybe not even smiling.

whatever, it was a pretty awesome weekend.

3:13 PM  
Blogger Dany said...

what's the point of going to an indie festival if you aren't gonna get a little make out?

4:24 PM  
Blogger the girl in the city said...

ahahahahaha. Weed, that comment made my day.

and I always wear black, not in a goth way, just a city girl I think black is slimming and it makes up 95% of my closet way. Hence why I was wearing it. And I wasn't that hot, I swear.

4:52 PM  
Blogger M.K. said...

Great call on the "grassroots" and "community" B.S. that announcer was spouting. For a city that is so diverse the festival was whiiiite (Audience and performers). Don't talk to me about community (or whatever you call your internet forum "friends") when your afraid to leave downtown/Wrigleyville.

5:54 PM  
Anonymous kyle said...

"Finally, no one liked to jam out or have fun with the music."

Dude, you totally missed out if you didn't check out the Biz-3 tent on sunday. People weren't just jamming out or having fun, people were totally freaking out!!!!! Especially for Bonde Do Role (incredibly energetic, i left jens to see what the hell was going on! btw, the chick from BDR crowd surfed, got dropped and hurt her arm. i'm hoping she's all good.), CSS (way fun brazillian stereolab on sub pop), and most of all Diplo(choice rap infused-mixed out-booty shake)!!! i went over to the tent during spoon's set because it was kind of boring and man was i rewarded. Diplo's set was totally crazy, you could feel the heat and humidity coming from the tent 20ft away. the tent was spilling over with people and they were going crazy, just soaked from head to toe with sweat, giving everything they had to shake their asses. Totally surreal scene....

also, saw a hipster wearing a sports coat and jeans...wow, i hope he got laid because there is no other reason to do that.

and if the hipsters weren't wearing winter clothes, they had to go a full 180 the other way with the shortest shorts imaginable. my friends and i were cracking up all day about that!

10:17 PM  
Anonymous Tyson said...

I was right next to those girls that ran up and started talking to the drummer during Voxtrot's set, very annoying. But you're right, throughout the weekend I saw a bunch of bands come out with a dumbstruck look on their faces when they realized they were playing for such huge, enthusiastic (if not animated) crowds.

Personal favorites from the festival include:

-Aziz Anzari being introduced as Tapes 'n Tapes' Internet Promotion Supervisor, Cloud Tickle.

-Everything about the Art Brut set. I don't even LIKE listening to their recorded music, but I was simply captivated by their live performance.

-Being able to tell where everyone bought their damned t-shirts. Why wasn't Threadless sponsoring this event? They were clothing about 30% of the attendees.

-Jens Lekman's story-song about pretending to be the fiancee of his lesbian German friend

10:02 AM  
Blogger The Antiquarian said...

I'm proud to say I have never worn an ironic tee but only because I cherish the irony of wanting to be ironic by not being ironic....

What was I talking about?

Oh yes...good point, M.K. - and one I think gets glossed over a lot. No offense to anyone who is white(I'm half), but at any given indie show I attend the crowd is 99% white with a few super hip(and usually super eccentric looking) minorities filling out the crowd. It's never a diverse crowd(least of all at hip hop shows). That always bothers me about the whole scene....why doesn't it speak to a larger audience?

I saw Midlake at SXSW a while back - a band whom I adore. Anyway, I took my wife and cousin(adopted from Latin America) with me and my cousin pointed out not only that we were the only people there with darker skin, we were the only people there with naturally dark hair(some people had obviously dyed their hair). There were actually more people there with some crazy dyed pink colored hair than dark hair...

11:37 AM  
Anonymous Austin said...

That was a great point about the hipsters in the black jeans and heavy shirts in the 100 degree heat, bravo for pointing that out. I want to apologize to the people of the B3 tent, who apparently were going crazy during the sets. I was on my way over there when I stopped to look at "a few records." And you know how a "few" really means "everything they got?" Let's just say time constraints kept me from B3.

But I have heard the crowd was having a blast over there, sorry for missing that point. I'm glad you guys enjoyed my little observations and if Lollapalooza has as many funny little ditties about it, than I'll email them to Chris, and who knows, maybe I'll get on Gorilla vs. Bear again! This site is great, thanks for all the kind responses, take care. :-)

11:42 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The announcer is Tim Tutten who co-owns the Hideout. Whether you like the intros or not, this guy has done a tremendous amount for the Chicago music scene. His enthusiasm for music and his relationship with the city has helped a lot of these festivals happen. I've seen him talking to park district guys who have never heard of any of the bands and think that all the kids are coming to take drugs and mess up the parks and convince them how important these festivals are for the city and the music scene. Sorry if someone's passion and enthusiasm is uncool. We're happy as hell to have this guy here.

12:29 PM  
Blogger bean said...

Is Voxtrot really not that well know? God they're wonderful....

But anyways, funny commentary. I think that's what my "non-indie" friends must be going through when I drag them to these things.

1:45 PM  
Blogger Team Clermont Lucas said...

Good commentary, Austin L. (or should I call you Mr. Ray?). I will say that I was at that Voxtrot show in Athens, GA and they flat-out were super-boring. The outside smokers refused to come in because it was so blah. I've seen them since and have liked them. I just thought it was one mush.

4:20 PM  
Blogger kellen said...

shit! i was at that voxtrot show in athens as well. i love that band...seeing them in austin at that BBQ day party thingy two yrs. ago was rad, and i also was able to catch them at the silverlake lounge in l.a. last year. here's hoping that they continue to put out good stuff.

-kellen in athens

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