The last day of Sasquatch, which is Memorial Day, Monday the 27th, will pop up with an emphasis on electronic music. And on rock. And on just awesomeness.
4:05-5:05 – Imagine Dragons
Nevada’s Imagine Dragons were everywhere last year and this year. Check them out at Sasquatch and see what the big deal is.
Imagine Dragons – photo by Heather Fitzpatrick
Honda Bigfoot Stage
12:40-1:10 – Gold Fields
This Australian band is so good. So good. So good. Don’t miss them.
Gold Fields – photo by Heather Fitzpatrick
7:10-8:10 – Twin Shadow
Another highly recommended show is Twin Shadow, whose music has a great style to it.
8:30-9:30 – Alt-J
Brits Alt-J. That’s nearly all one needs to say. They are fabulous.
Alt-J – photo by Dagmar
10:00-11:30 – Rusko
Excellent dubstep from English artist Rusko. You can download his new EP, Kapow, on his site FOR FREE.
Rusko – photo by Dagmar
1:20-2:00 – Luke Sital-Singh
On the mellower side, Luke Sital-Singh should be a very pleasant performer. You can chill out with his love-oriented pop.
3:20-4:25 – Elliott Brood
Elliott Brood is not really a guy naming his band after himself. No one in this cool Canadian trio is named Elliott Brood. So don’t expect to meet a guy named Elliott Brood.
Elliott Brood – photo by Lord Fotog
El Chupacabra Stage
7:30-8:30 – Disclosure
Brothers Guy and Howard Lawrence are Disclosure, a British synth band. They’ve worked with Eliza Doolittle, AlunaGeorge and Sam Smith. Settle, their debut, is set for a June release.