If you are going to Governors Ball this Friday there is a lot to choose from and the question arises, who do you see? When do you see them? What if there are two at the same time? Well, as a veteran of four Balls, here is my guide for the three days…
1215 – Transviolet – Alyson Camus recommends them, if you can make it on time some of those LA bands are pretty darn good.
1245 – Black Pistol Fire – Fair hard rock band catch some
1245 – Public Access TV – And then finish off these rockers who won’t be opening much longer.
130 – Elle King – That new song with Dierks Bently is killer…
215 – Bully – First rate indie rockers with one of 2015s best albums to their names.
345 – Action Bronson – Finally a festival is letting the rapper perform.
445 – Big Grams – Big Boi’s new duo
545 – Father John Misty – Nah, I don’t like it, but this is a painless way to figure out what I’m missing
645 – Beck – Last time I saw the guy he was truly not all that hot at Jones Beach opening for Bobby Dylan, this time who knows? I notice he isn’t headlining any more.
8p – Jamie XX – The xx’s are such an acquired taste like, and Jamie outdoors? I’m not sure but I plan to find out
915p – Yeah, Robyn is on another stage at the same time, but the last time I saw Robyn, she was at Radio City and she didn’t thrill me. Whereas, the last time I saw the Strokes they were at this very venue and they gave the performance of their career.
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