Bumbershoot‘s final day offers an intriguing collection of bands from countries such as Morocco and Hungary, plus additional shows by comedians. It’s a good thing the comedians do repeat performances, as the comedy stages are always enormously popular. Prepare to laugh and dance on Monday.
12:30 – Gold & Youth @ the End Zone Stage
Canadians Gold & Youth released their debut album, Beyond Wildnerness, last year. From what I have heard, this is my kind of music: synth, dark vocals from male and female vocalists, and just moody as hell. After a June show at Neumos, they return to Seattle for Bumbershoot!
1:15 – Hoba Hoba Spirit @ the Fisher Green Stage
As far as I have seen, Hoba Hoba Spirit seem to be the only band from Morocco on Bumbershoot’s lineup. I mean, I wouldn’t expect many bands from Morocco, and if you’re at all curious about that country, why not check these guys out? Very few people will understand the lyrics, as they’re in colloquial Arabic, but the music should get through to you.
2:15 – Seattle People Doing Sketch @ Leo K.
8:45 – Johnny Monsoon @ the Pavilion Stage
Trance DJ Johnny Monsoon will definitely be one of the day’s highlights. He’s a talented and impressive DJ, and I think it will be really cool to see him trance an audience the fuck out.
9:30 – Myon & Shane 54 @ the Pavilion Stage
Continuing your stay at the Pavilion Stage, which is (to me anyway, and I hope to others) an incredibly welcome addition to Bumbershoot scheduling, enjoy Myon & Shane 54. The Hungarian duo, who are DJs and producers, will close out the Pavilion Stage’s lineup.