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All Together Now
Posted by pete
Curraghmore Estate, Co Waterford
Friday, August 2, 2019 - 06:00 PM
Until: Sunday, August 4, 2019 - 11:00 PM
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was the deerhoof gig before or after they played here in the temple bar music center (the night before they supported radiohead in marlay park?)

I was at all 3 of those gigs. They were one of my favourite live bands at the time. Really put on a great show.

The EP set was on a saturday night. I was driving back to dublin that night (cos the gah) and was giving a lift to 2 people. Made them stand through all of Deerhoof to earn their lift. They ended up hating it, but I don't care. Fuck them.
What were their last couple of albums like? I've totally lost track but they're still pretty prolific
 

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What were their last couple of albums like? I've totally lost track but they're still pretty prolific

I thought with all the talk about them they were going to be playing this festival. The last album I really enjoyed by them was La Isla Bonita, it's a great album. They've done 2 more since that haven't really made any impression on me.

I was a bit late to the whole deerhoof thing so only saw them once when they played Whelans about 2 or 3 years ago. I thought they were great. I brought a bunch of friends with me. The ones that played music themselves really liked them but the ones who didn't spent the whole bitching and moaning.
 

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The Runners Four would be my favourite, followed closely by Apple O and Reveille. Offend Maggie was a bit of a dip, sort of dropped off after that. Still see them whenever they play though. That Whelan's show was great. What album were they plugging then? La Isla Bonita? Must check that out.
 

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The Runners Four would be my favourite, followed closely by Apple O and Reveille. Offend Maggie was a bit of a dip, sort of dropped off after that. Still see them whenever they play though. That Whelan's show was great. What album were they plugging then? La Isla Bonita? Must check that out.

Aye, it was that one. Some really good stuff on there, like Mirror Monster.
I really like Offend Maggie myself, Friend Opportunity's great too.
 

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Have a ticket for this. First outdoor festival in a few years. And almost all the bands I’m interested in an be seen playing Dublin every few months. Still
Though, if the weather is decent it’ll be a nice little weekend.
Hope the next few acts announced are more my cup of tae
 

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just heard the new song by The National. It's terrible
Having to deal with a million Irish National fans was part of the reason I hadn't got a ticket yet. This is all The National's fault.


Nenah Cherry would prolly be pretty good though.

It's a lovely venue and if they get the weather we got at it last year 🙌
 

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What do you think of Junior Brother? I saw him last weekend and he was very divisive - people complaining and leaving, other people loving it. The voice/accent combination is hard to love but I thought he was great, a whiz on the guitar and foot tamborine. I'm not going to this festival to see him

 

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What do you think of Junior Brother? I saw him last weekend and he was very divisive - people complaining and leaving, other people loving it. The voice/accent combination is hard to love but I thought he was great, a whiz on the guitar and foot tamborine. I'm not going to this festival to see him


He's a bit ahead of the curve in what hes at and people will take a while to get it.. Anyone who complained and left will probably be lauding him to you in three years. Probably the good kind of divisive.
 

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What do you think of Junior Brother? I saw him last weekend and he was very divisive - people complaining and leaving, other people loving it. The voice/accent combination is hard to love but I thought he was great, a whiz on the guitar and foot tamborine. I'm not going to this festival to see him

I'd say theres a chance that could take off
 

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