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Part of you wonders, “Well, gee, why couldn’t we do this on OUR corner of the Gulf of Mexico?
Then you realize all the string-pulling that must have gone on behind the scenes to get all the hotels to agree to cooperate and coordinate on this one event, and you realize what a miracle it is that this event is happening ANYWHERE in America, much less on prime Florida waterfront real estate.
But this list is about our favorite discoveries of the last 12 months—bands that we weren’t really following in 2009 even if they’d been around for a while.
All of these were named Best of What’s Next at some point during the year. It might include bands like Dawes that we highlighted in 2009 or bands that we simply haven’t yet discovered. But we hope that this helps you make some new discoveries of your own. Cults Hometown: New York City Album: TBA Members: Brian Oblivion (guitar, keys), Madeline Follin (bass, drums, vocals) For Fans Of: Passion Pit, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Dum Dum Girls Brian Oblivion and Madeline Follin, both 21, have only been making music together since February, but have already converted fans with their exuberant, danceable garage rock. Bear's Forest Family label this spring, followed by a tour.
You might recognize their influences, but there’s something brand new about the way that they’ve filtered their intake of the music that’s come before and tweaked it in a way that’s uniquely their own.
And sometimes immediately, you know that this is a band that you’ll be paying attention for years to come.
We obviously didn’t listen to every new band in 2010, and the idea of defining what makes a band new this year is problematic (our definition apparently differs from the Grammys).
The De Luna Fest layout couldn’t be simpler – or more crowd-friendly (that is, if you can somehow manage to find a parking spot).
There are two stages directly on Pensacola Beach and three more, plus an array of food stands and vendor tents, in a chain of waterfront hotel parking lots.