anything edm heavy is likely to be terrible, not matter who is putting it out.
Yes but that is also the same area that is used for the press… so.
VIP sections are fine… as long as they are NOT in the front of the stage. I agree w Beth’s statement. I’ve seen a bunch of festivals that did or do this practice and it stinks on every level. There were times at All Points West and Bunbury those sections would be 90% empty during the day, leaving huge gaps of nothing at the front of the crowd. Plus the majority of VIP types don’t care enough to be up front anyway without the luxury of getting to do so without any effort. Coachella seems to do this right, even with all the stars and countless VIP/industry types. They keep the VIP section to the side (or side stage) and let the kids who made the effort to be up front, be up front.
No we can’t… that’s the lazy point of view that gave this “goddess of the passable pop country song” a career in the first place.
…by original talent you mean being a totally manufactured pop star? Listen I get it, she’s somewhat cute, approachable and all but short of appearing on American Idol, her career is made by pleasing the lowest common music fan with the safest trite music around… Her “bold new directions” are only offensive in that they are never bold nor a new direction.
Right. I was referring to the stuff that fills the floors is the crap.
There was a time when EDM music was good… many many years ago. Like most things, once it goes mainstream to this level, there’s barely anything left to salvage. The Douche scene is spot on… just add plastic surgery loving blondes to the mix, and there you have it. This is the college greek system played out after college, soundtracked by talentless, button-pushing morons.
happy mondays were never brit-pop