Bon Iver played two sets, including one with a number of special guests: Francis & The Lights, Moses Sumney, Sylvan Esso, Spank Rock, and a survivor of the Parkland, FL high school shooting. In between, Eminem headlined and drew criticism for the sound of gunshots that are part of his performance of "Kill You."
For this album, the usually-instrumental post/math rock vets welcomed singer/songwriter Marielle Allschwang into their revolving lineup, and the first taste of their vocal-led sound is the wonderful lead single “Ruins.”
”The reality we experience is a mere creation of our consciousness, but our consciousness creates this reality based on those very same experiences. We are simultaneously the creators of our personal universe and creations of our personal universe. The Earth side of this album represents the world as I see it outwardly, the world that I am a part of. The Heaven side of this album represents the world as I see it inwardly, the world that is a part of me. ” - Kamasi Washington
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