Forecastle Festival 2013 Lineup


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LOUISVILLE, KY – The Forecastle Festival is excited to announce the initial lineup for its 11th annual three-day music celebration, featuring Grammy Award winners The Black Keys, alongside The String Cheese Incident and the Avett Brothers leading the festival’s rich, eclectic offerings. The event will again take place July 12 – 14, 2013 at Louisville’s scenic, award-winning Waterfront Park.

The Black Keys, The String Cheese Incident
The Avett Brothers The Flaming Lips
Alabama Shakes
Jim James
Animal Collective
Old Crow Medicine Show
Grace Potter & The Nocturnals, The Forecastle Incident (with special guests), Young the Giant, Big Boi, Matt & Kim, Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings, Purity Ring, The Joy Formidable, Datsik, Dawes, Griz,Kurt Vile & The Violators, Toro y Moi, Bob Mould Band, El-P & Killer Mike, Baauer, Bombino, Moon Taxi, Freakwater, Foxygen, Greensky Bluegrass, Wild Belle, Tift Merritt, TOKiMONSTA, Shovels & Rope, Salva, Night Beds, MNDR, Churchill, Ryan Hemsworth, Rubblebucket, Alasdair Roberts & Friends, Mona, The 23 String Band, Wheeler Brothers, A Lion Named Roar, and The Pass.

Tickets for this year’s festival go on sale this Wednesday, March 6th at Noon EST on Forecastle.com. Purchase tickets in full, or opt for one of our special payment plans, available for both General Admission or VIP tickets.

Highlighted in Rolling Stone as a top event in 2012, and acclaimed by Outside as one of the “Top 15 Outdoor Festivals in the USA,” the Forecastle Festival has evolved into one of the country’s premier festival destinations. The event offers an immersive experience that’s distinctly Louisville- beyond the first-class musical lineup—highlighting the region’s burgeoning culinary and arts scene, Kentucky’s unique bourbon heritage and more. The festival continues to emphasize sustainability practices and conservation initiatives, highlighted through the festival’s non-profit organization, the Forecastle Foundation.

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New Alabama Shakes…

From the movie “Silver Linings Playbook”

Alabama Shakes – Always Alright

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Alabama Shakes at Live On the Green!

Alabama Shakes started blowing up in Nashville right after their two night performance with Jack White at Ryman Auditorium.  After seeing Alabama Shakes, Wells Adams stated “That if  Otis Redding and Aretha Franklin had a love child, it would be Brittany Howard.”  Hope you enjoy this live version of “Hold On” by Alabama Shakes!  By the way, is their any other radio station in the country that would bring you a free show featuring Alabama Shakes?!?!?

Alabama Shakes performs “Hold On” at Live On the Green.
Filmed and edited by Make It Pop

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Audio by The Record Shop

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Indie Underground Playlist for 8/7/12

Mondays from 9-10pm CST on WRLT/Lightning 100, Nashville’s Independent Radio
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Indie Underground Hour 8-06-12

Los Straitjackets – Crime Scene (Jet Set, YepRoc)
Rev Peyton’s Big Damn Band – Devils Look Like Angels (Between The Ditches, SideOneDummy)
Redd Kross – Stay Away From Downtown (Researching The Blues, Merge)
The Henry Clay People – EveryBandWeEverLoved (25 For The Rest Of Our Lives, tbd)
Olivia Tremor Control – Hideaway (Black Foliage, Elephant Six) RIP Bill Doss
The Walkmen – Song For Leigh (Heaven, Fat Possum)
Alabama Shakes – I Found You (Boys & Girls, ATO)
Shovels & Rope – O’ Be Joyful (O’ Be Joyful, Dualtone)
Bill Fay w/ Jeff Tweedy – This World (Life Is People, Dead Oceans)
Simone Felice – You & I Belong (Simone Felice, Team Love Records)
Antibalas – Ari Degbe (Antibalas, Daptone)
Jimmy Cliff – World Upside Down (Rebirth, Sunpower/Universal)
Divine Fits – My Love Is Real (A Thing Called Divine Fits, Merge)
Twin Shadow – Patient (Confess, 4AD)

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Indie Underground Hour playlist for 7/9

Indie Underground Hour 7-09-12

Twin Shadow – Five Seconds (Confess, 4AD)
Dirty Projectors – Gun Has No Trigger (Swing Lo Magellan, Domino)
Debo Band – Asha Gedawo (Debo Band, Sub Pop)
Delicate Steve – Africa Talks To You (Positive Force, Luaka Bop)
Alberta Cross – Lay Down (Songs Of Patience, ATO)
Ponderosa – Navajo (Pool Party, New West)
Alabama Shakes – I Ain’t The Same (Boys & Girls, ATO)
JD McPherson – Country Boy (Signs & Signifiers, Rounder)
Father John Misty – Nancy From Now On (Fear Fun, Sub Pop)
Eleni Mandell – Magic Summertime (I Can See The Future, Yep Roc)
Stevie Jackson – Press Send (I Can’t Get No Stevie Jackson, Banchory)
Deep Time – Clouds (Deep Time, Hardly Art)
Husky – History’s Door (Forever So, Sup Pop)

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Indie Underground playlist for 5/19

Saturdays from 7-8pm CST on WRLT/Lightning 100, Nashville’s Independent Radio
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The playlist for May 19th:

Silversun Pickups – Bloody Mary (Nerve Endings) (Neck Of The Woods, Dangerbird)
Violens – Totally True (True, Slumberland)
Beach House – New Year (Bloom, Sub Pop)
Best Coast – How They Want Me To Be (The Only Place, Mexican Summer)
Michael Kiwanuka – I’m Getting Ready (Home Again, Cherry Tree/Polydor)
Hiss Golden Messenger – Blue Country Mystic (Poor Moon, Tompkins Square)
Jack White – Missing Pieces (Blunderbuss, Third Man)
Alabama Shakes – I Ain’t The Same (Boys & Girls, ATO)
The Sugarman 3 - Rudy’s Intervention (What The World Needs Now, Daptone)
Nick Waterhouse – Teardrop Will Follow You (Time’s All Gone, Innovative Leisure)
Joey Ramone – Rock ‘N Roll Is The Answer (…Ya Know?, Mutated Music/BMG)
The Cribs – Anna (In The Belly of The Brazen Bull, Wichita)
White Rabbits – Everyone Can’t Be Confused (Milk Famous, tbd Records)  

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