Photos: 2011 Sasquatch! Music Festival, Death Cab for Cutie & Matt and Kim

There’s no doubt at all that the Pacific Northwest loves Death Cab for Cutie and Matt and Kim, who performed on the Sasquatch Stage and Bigfoot Stage on Saturday. They’ve each played countless shows in the area, and were definite draws for the Sasquatch crowds. Death Cab for Cutie Matt and Kim – all photos […]

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Photos: 2011 Sasquatch! Music Festival, The Thermals & Wye Oak

West Coast met East Coast as Portland’s The Thermals and Baltimore’s Wye Oak hit the Yeti Stage at Sasquatch on Saturday. An enthusiastic member of the audience expresses the wish of Thermals fans everywhere in the very last photo below, and Wye Oak’s latest, Civilian, was released in March. The Thermals Wye Oak Wye Oak […]

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Photos: 2011 Sasquatch! Music Festival, Jenny and Johnny & The Antlers

Indie rock bands Jenny and Johnny (Jenny Lewis and Jonathan Rice) and The Antlers from Brooklyn, New York, played back-to-back sets on the Bigfoot Stage. Jenny and Johnny The Antlers

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Photos: 2011 Sasquatch! Music Festival, Iron & Wine, Wolf Parade & J Mascis

Both Samuel Beam, better known by his stage and recording name Iron & Wine, and the Canadian indie band, Wolf Parade, played afternoon shows on the Sasquatch Stage. J Mascis of Dinosaur Jr. fame performed on the Yeti Stage earlier in the day. J Mascis Wolf Parade Iron and Wine

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Photos: 2011 Sasquatch! Music Festival, The Glitch Mob & Sharon Van Etten

The Glitch Mob, the three-piece electronic group from Los Angeles – composed of Ed Ma (edIT), Justin Boreta (Boreta) and Josh Mayer (Ooah) – played an evening set in the Banana Shack. Singer-songwriter Sharon Van Etten, hailing from Brooklyn, New York City, performed her afternoon set on the Bigfoot Stage. The Glitch Mob Sharon Van […]

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