July 29, 2012 - 8:02pm
Forecastle Festival 2012 review: Dr. Dog
Andrew Bird provided the sweetest, strangest performance of the Forecastle Festival, treating the pre-MMJ crowd to an unusually lovely set of songs. Is it possible his intricately constructed musicality went over a few heads?
Was there anyone stranger to place in the Forecastle line-up slot immediately preceding My Morning Jacket than Andrew Bird? The distinctive multi-instrumentalist from Chicago has been working the indie circuit for years now – sixteen, to be exact – and has managed to remain wholly...
July 29, 2012 - 8:02pm
Forecastle Festival 2012 review: Dr. Dog
Definition-defying Dr. Dog treated Forecastle fans to a rollicking good time, bringing their legendary live act to the Waterfront and leaving grinning fans in their wake.
Dr. Dog is one of those quirky, rambunctious bands you can’t pinpoint, stylistically or otherwise, that makes for the perfect outdoor festival experience. Not a jam band, but not a Beatles tribute act either, their newest album Be the Void has shaken off critics who claim they’re...
July 29, 2012 - 8:02pm
Forecastle Festival 2012 review: Bassnectar [Music]
Bassnectar was a phenomenal end to Forecastle's Friday lineup.
If you weren’t at the Forecastle Festival on Friday to watch Bassnectar perform, I feel sorry for you. He tore the stage apart. I don’t know what was more enjoyable to watch: the crowd going crazy over his beats, him swaying his hair around like a boss, or the amazing stage set up. It...
July 29, 2012 - 8:02pm
Forecastle Festival 2012 review: Zion I [Music]
Zion I was full of energy and surprises, driving the crowd wild!
 Free styling at its best. That’s what Zion I (pronounced Zion Eye) was all about at the Forecastle Festival this past Friday.  All the way from Oakland, California, Zion I was representing the Bay area with its sick beats, intense free styling, amazing robot moves, and a crazy...
July 29, 2012 - 8:02pm
Forecastle Festival 2012 review: Atmosphere [Music]
Atmosphere won the crowd's hearts at Forecastle, just as expected!
 When I got my ticket for the Forecastle Festival, my friend told me I had to listen to Atmosphere perform—it was an absolute must, and I’m glad I did. Atmosphere is a group comprising of rapper Slug, DJ Ant, keyboardist Erick Anderson and guitarist Nate Collis from Minneapolis,...
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