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 Post subject: Independents' Day 2010 band line-up
PostPosted: Wed Sep 08, 2010 2:43 pm 
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Here's the line-up for Independents' Day 2010, Saturday, September 18. Gay Street, Pearl Alley and environs. More information about the third annual Independents' Day can be found at http://www.thisisindependent.com


Gay Street Stage
12:00 Karate Coyote
1:00 Miss Molly
2:00 Wet Darlings
3:00 Alwood Sisters
4:00 Derek DiCenzo
5:00 Town Monster
6:00 Way Yes
7:00 Ghost Shirt
8:00 Compressions
9:15 Kopaz

Pearl Alley Stage
12:30 The 3rd
1:30 Big Nasty
2:30 Lydia Loveless
3:30 Flotation Walls
4:30 All Eyes Path
5:30 Sleepers Awake
6:30 Super Desserts
7:30 Liquid Crystal Project
8:30 Phantods
9:45 Shin Tower Music

WootWorld - Jacob Wooten / Kobo stage
12:15 Old Worlds
1:15 Saturday Giant
2:15 Blastronauts
3:15 Moon High
4:15 Ease the Medic
5:15 Holiday Mary
6:15 Super Group
7:15 New City Gypsy

Listening Lamp Stage
12:45 Los Funkitos
1:45 Salty Caramels
2:45 Jim Volk
3:45 Spruce Campbells
4:45 Mind Fish
5:45 Bullet Proof Tiger
6:45 Stucco Jones

* There's also a line-up of buskers that I'll post as soon as I find it.


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mikecarney wrote:
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 Post subject: Re: Independents' Day 2010 band line-up
PostPosted: Thu Sep 09, 2010 10:54 am 
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4 stages?

This thing is getting to be pretty big nowadays.
I like it.


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 09, 2010 12:56 pm 
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Couple o' late additions and schedule changes. Also, i'm pretty sure Skylab is doing something in their space too.

Gay Street Stage
12:00 Karate Coyote
1:00 Miss Molly
2:00 Wet Darlings
3:00 Alwood Sisters
4:00 Derek DiCenzo
5:00 Town Monster
6:00 Way Yes
7:00 Ghost Shirt
8:00 Compressions
9:15 Kopaz

Pearl Alley Stage
12:30 Illogic and Ill Poetic
1:30 Big Nasty
2:30 Lydia Loveless
3:30 Flotation Walls
4:30 All Eyes Path
5:30 Sleepers Awake
6:30 Super Desserts
7:30 Liquid Crystal Project
8:30 Phantods
9:45 Shin Tower Music

WootWorld - Jacob Wooten / Kobo stage
12:15 Old Worlds
1:15 Saturday Giant
2:15 The 3rd with Stalley (moved from Pearl Alley stage at 12:30)
3:15 Moon High
4:15 Ease the Medic
5:15 Holiday Mary
6:15 Blastronauts (moved from 2:15)
7:15 New City Gypsy

Listening Lamp Stage
12:45 Los Funkitos
1:45 Salty Caramels
2:45 Jim Volk
3:45 Spruce Campbells
4:45 Mind Fish
5:45 Bullet Proof Tiger
6:45 Stucco Jones

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 09, 2010 2:42 pm 
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yawn

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Columbus=Festival City. There has been some festival almost every single weekend this summer. Same bands. Same booths. Too much.

To their credit, cdr bbq had an interesting line up.

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Lol. I guess it wouldn't be Columbus if they didn't have a strand of negative comments about their own "fun festivals".


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 09, 2010 8:09 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: Independents' Day 2010 band line-up
PostPosted: Thu Sep 09, 2010 9:30 pm 
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Columbus=Festival City. There has been some festival almost every single weekend this summer. Same bands. Same booths. Too much.


:roll: lame.

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 Post subject: Re: Independents' Day 2010 band line-up
PostPosted: Thu Sep 09, 2010 10:26 pm 
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redrabbit wrote:
Columbus=Festival City. There has been some festival almost every single weekend this summer. Same bands. Same booths. Too much.

To their credit, cdr bbq had an interesting line up.


A suggestion for those wishing to take suggestions ... why not form some sort of alliance w/ Cleveland and Cincinnati when it comes to festivals? Maybe, to Redrabbit's point, switch up some bands. It's awesome to show Columbus love at all of these festivals (thump chest, "Cbus representin', yo") but maybe chat it up with Studio-a-Rama people in Cleveland and invite a few of the bands they have on their thing (viewtopic.php?f=6&t=31758&start=0) down to play at one of our festivals? Then, when they do their Studio-a-Rama thing, they invite a couple Columbus bands to play.

I'd LOVE to see the bands playing at the Studio-a-Rama thing on Saturday but won't be able to make it up to Cleveland.

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 Post subject: Re: Independents' Day 2010 band line-up
PostPosted: Fri Sep 10, 2010 12:47 am 
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Atomic Ned wrote:
redrabbit wrote:
Columbus=Festival City. There has been some festival almost every single weekend this summer. Same bands. Same booths. Too much.

To their credit, cdr bbq had an interesting line up.


A suggestion for those wishing to take suggestions ... why not form some sort of alliance w/ Cleveland and Cincinnati when it comes to festivals? Maybe, to Redrabbit's point, switch up some bands. It's awesome to show Columbus love at all of these festivals (thump chest, "Cbus representin', yo") but maybe chat it up with Studio-a-Rama people in Cleveland and invite a few of the bands they have on their thing (viewtopic.php?f=6&t=31758&start=0) down to play at one of our festivals? Then, when they do their Studio-a-Rama thing, they invite a couple Columbus bands to play.

I'd LOVE to see the bands playing at the Studio-a-Rama thing on Saturday but won't be able to make it up to Cleveland.


Wow that's a good idea.

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Busker's and roaming performers:
Zac Szymusiak
The Apple Bottom Gang
The Mighty Troubadours
Jodi Matthews
Eric Zeilinski
Travis Matthew
Dave Hawkins
Casey Velker
Molly Wagner
Chris Shaw
Q-bert
Stone Soup Collective (Greg Kilcup)
Beautyofmyland (Deidre)
The American Basics
Molly Winters
Jenny Flory
Hope Vitellas
Phillip Allen
Psychedelic Appalachian Express
Paul Painter
Boki Cvetkovski
The Slick City Ramblers
Folker and Dean (Mike Folker)
Enrique Infante
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 10, 2010 6:34 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: Independents' Day 2010 band line-up
PostPosted: Sat Sep 11, 2010 3:47 pm 
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Jesus. I didn't realize that you need permission to have an opinion if coydog's band is playing. But, I get it. He hangs out at the treehouse, so he is used to watching the same five drinking buddies...er I mean bands play on a rotating basis, and likes it that way.

I wasn't even referring to this line-up, necessarily. Just the over-saturation and over-exposure in general.

By my count, not even cheating and looking at Alive, I can count 6 festivals this weekend, and that is not counting the football game. Seems like a lot to me. Last time I checked, the idea is for these things to make some $$, right? Whether it is for a "good cause"TM, or just gas money for bands, taking a loss sucks. Seems that Columbus is spreading it out too thin, using the same bands over, and over, the same booths over and over, same food over and over. It is getting old.

For example... I like Moon High. I liked them when I saw them play Nelsonville this year. I liked them when I saw them play Comfest this year. Not feeling super motivated to go hear them play another festival. Added bonus: this time on pavement. No thank you.

I cant go anyway. I have to be at another festival that day. (this is true)

I think it is not so great for bands either, really. Very few of these things actually pay the bands. You can put a pretty ribbon around the tokens or tickets if you want to, but it is still just playing for beer and EXPO$URE!!!

Out of the six "festivals" going on this weekend, if I were going to go to something, I would go to laches' thing... at least there are some bands I don't know on the bill, and I am pretty sure they won't ever get booked at the treehouse.

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You got me, rabbit, I can never be found at Rumba, Kobo, Skully's, Ravari or any of the festivals about town. And you'll certainly never see me standing at the front of the stage having a good time listening to any number of the bands I love from Columbus. Nope it's just the Treehouse and the same five bands for me.

Jesus, do you ever grow tired of fucking fighting everyone all the time?

Lame is the fact you think the same five bands play the same festivals. I don't see it. I'm sure there's some overlap but I'm excited to see Moon High, the Compressions, Kopaz, Super Desserts, and Flotation Walls among others. It would take me a month of seeing shows to be able to catch all these bands. And for the record (and I'm sure you remember cause we talked about it) I thought it was lame when everyone was bagging on your beloved festival for having a weak lineup. I went to that festival too, and had a blast.

but go ahead be an asshole and rip on me with 3yr old material about hanging at the Treehouse but the fact is that Kyle Sowash brings some pretty good bands to town.

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Jesus. I didn't realize that you need permission to have an opinion if coydog's band is playing. But, I get it. He hangs out at the treehouse, so he is used to watching the same five drinking buddies...er I mean bands play on a rotating basis, and likes it that way.

I wasn't even referring to this line-up, necessarily. Just the over-saturation and over-exposure in general.

By my count, not even cheating and looking at Alive, I can count 6 festivals this weekend, and that is not counting the football game. Seems like a lot to me. Last time I checked, the idea is for these things to make some $$, right? Whether it is for a "good cause"TM, or just gas money for bands, taking a loss sucks. Seems that Columbus is spreading it out too thin, using the same bands over, and over, the same booths over and over, same food over and over. It is getting old.

For example... I like Moon High. I liked them when I saw them play Nelsonville this year. I liked them when I saw them play Comfest this year. Not feeling super motivated to go hear them play another festival. Added bonus: this time on pavement. No thank you.

I cant go anyway. I have to be at another festival that day. (this is true)

I think it is not so great for bands either, really. Very few of these things actually pay the bands. You can put a pretty ribbon around the tokens or tickets if you want to, but it is still just playing for beer and EXPO$URE!!!

Out of the six "festivals" going on this weekend, if I were going to go to something, I would go to laches' thing... at least there are some bands I don't know on the bill, and I am pretty sure they won't ever get booked at the treehouse.


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You got me, rabbit, I can never be found at Rumba, Kobo, Skully's, Ravari or any of the festivals about town. And you'll certainly never see me standing at the front of the stage having a good time listening to any number of the bands I love from Columbus. Nope it's just the Treehouse and the same five bands for me.

Jesus, do you ever grow tired of fucking fighting everyone all the time?

Lame is the fact you think the same five bands play the same festivals. I don't see it. I'm sure there's some overlap but I'm excited to see Moon High, the Compressions, Kopaz, Super Desserts, and Flotation Walls among others. It would take me a month of seeing shows to be able to catch all these bands. And for the record (and I'm sure you remember cause we talked about it) I thought it was lame when everyone was bagging on your beloved festival for having a weak lineup. I went to that festival too, and had a blast.

but go ahead be an asshole and rip on me with 3yr old material about hanging at the Treehouse but the fact is that Kyle Sowash brings some pretty good bands to town.



can we just turn THIS into an allday fest?
cuz i could watch this shit for HOURS!!!!

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PostPosted: Sat Sep 11, 2010 10:51 pm 
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I kind of relate to both points of view. I have a festival in my pants just about every day and although much to my surprise I haven't got tired of it yet you can certainly make a valid argument that I have over-saturated myself.

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PostPosted: Sat Sep 11, 2010 11:38 pm 
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thefiercelime wrote:
I have a festival in my pants just about every day and although much to my surprise I haven't got tired of it yet you can certainly make a valid argument that I have over-saturated myself.


In all seriousness, this is the essence of the Columbus music scene.


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