Not accurate, but if anyone has the correct setlist please share.
1. You Get High 2. Still Night 3. World Of Illusion 4. More Important than Michael Jordan 5. Up & Down I Go 6. Still Rocking 7. Forever Go 8. High School Art Class 9. I Can See It In Your Face 10. Total Fascination 11. I Know The Truth 12. Finally Moving 13. Everything In Its Right Place - Radiohead (Pretty Lights Remix)
I got picked to help Mutemath sell their Merchandise. Made good friends with the Tour Manager (Eric). Met both bands backstage. Fun times!
Odd Soul Prytania Blood Pressure Spotlight Heads Up Sun Ray Allies Clipping Plan B Cavalries Obsolete Walking Paranoia One More Stall Out In No Time Noticed Chaos Armistice Outro Equals All Or Nothing Control Break the Same Quarantine
This is not a ranked list, just a random order. I enjoyed listening to all these albums. I've tried to put the genres next to Albums where possible, if you decide to give them a listen. Direct link to the albums is in blue, along with youtube previews at the bottom.
1. White Denim - D (D) psychedelic rock, experimental, dub, blues The jam on 'at the farm' is brilliant. They are topping my list for must see in 2012.
2. Moby - Destroyed (Destroyed) electronica Great late night album, talk about hotel insomnia. I describe it as a soundtrack to a movie where someone is about to kill himself.
3. Nero - Welcome reality (Welcome Reality) dubstep, drum & bass, electronica Just listening to Innocence puts me back into festival mood.
4. Cage the Elephant - Thank you, Happy Birthday (Thank You, Happy Birthday) garage, grunge, alternative rock, punk Aberdeen is my favorite track on the album. These guys are awesome live.
5. Radiohead - The King of Limbs (The King of Limbs) alternative rock I have a feeling Thom Yorke will put in a dubstep record soon. The Lotus Flower video cracks me up all the time, but there is a different aspect of it which only the fans will get. Brilliant song, great album.
6. Black keys - El Camino (El Camino) blues rock, garage I enjoyed this record more than 'Brothers'. 'Little Black Submarines' was so close to pulling a Led Zeppelin. (The guy in the lonely boy video totally beats Thom Yorke)
8. Alex turner - Submarine (OST) (submarine OST) acoustic, indie, folk I like Arctic Monkeys, IT Crowd, and Moss is my favorite character. The film is Richard Ayoade's directorial debut and soundtrack is not bad at all. Yet to see the film, i think i will like it.