Jan 11, 201808:00 AM
In Tune

The sounds that move the Crescent City

Saints Hype Playlist and the Bonnaroo Lineup

Mardi Gras!  Superbowl!

In 2010, when the Saints went all the way, the Super Bowl fell right in the middle of Carnival. The cry “Mardi Gras! Super Bowl!” was something of a mantra around our way then and has lingered to crop up from time to time. Seems like we might be heading in that direction again.

For this week, I have created a playlist specifically for getting hyped before the games. This is a blend of Saints music, Carnival music and generally excellent local tunes. This should get anyone in the mood to cheer the Black and Gold.

 

 

 

The Bonnaroo Lineup Two Days Later

On Tuesday Bonnaroo dropped the lineup for the 2018 festival. This year EMINEM, The Killers and Muse will hold the headlining spots. Looking around at the festival scene this year, these headliners are pretty expected. It would be nice to see Bonnaroo reach a bit further afield for the Sunday night spot than Muse. The deeper we get into the lineup the more interesting it gets with performances from Paramore, Alt-J, Dua Lipa, Sheryl Crow(!), Sylvan Esso and Moon Taxi. As I’ve said before, one of the great strengths of Bonnaroo is the ability to draw an incredibly deep field of artists in the smaller fonts. This year they have booked performances by Lany, Thundercat, Mavis Staples, Lissie, Space Jesus, Moses Sumney, First Aid Kit, Japanese Breakfast, CTN and Larkin Poe. There is a tremendous amount of talent on this lineup. It’s always fun to see what summer at The Farm will bring. I’ll bring you more news as things develop. 

 

To Do This Week

Tonight check out the Panorama Brass Band at Siberia. Friday The Treme Brass Band is at Vaughan’s. Saturday The Wild Magnolias are at Tips. Sunday you should catch Milky Chance at the Joy. Tuesday The Moody Blues hit the Saenger and Datsik is at the Joy.  Wednesday will be a good night to catch the Tin Men and Wolfman at d.b.a.

 

To Listen This Week

 

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Mike Griffith is a New Orleans native and like many locals developed an almost immediate and lifelong obsession with live music.  With the revival of “In Tune” his obsession is now on display for our readers.  Mike fills the time between shows teaching media studies at Tulane university where he received his PhD.  He is particularly interested in projects that combine the native understanding of a place with new forms of digital expression.  

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