We've already offered a few highlights of Saturday's roster, but below are five of the best moments from Sunday's lineup.
1. Debuting material from their forthcoming third album, New York duo
2. Despite a long delay before taking the stage, the Syrian singer
3. Experimental metal band the Melvins have been playing festivals for years; I once saw them on a back-to-back bill with Motorhead at
4. The long-running New Jersey trio Yo La Tengo -- shown above in a Vine -- played a sunset show that highlighted its many strengths. Whether ballads sung by singer/drummer Georgia Hubley, wending guitar songs fronted by Ira Kaplan or some weird combination thereof, the band illustrated their willingness to plumb the depths of music and emotion. On the wondrous "Ohm," they delivered a hypnotic tangle of guitar lines that bounced around the Chinatown warehouse district surrounding them.
5. Speaking of echo: Beach House. The duo eats and breathes the stuff naturally, so when they're performing within such a hard-surfaced area, sound bounces, creating natural reverb. When Beach House's singer Victoria LeGrand lifted her voice during one of the band's many similarly textured songs, that voice carried through ears way beyond the FYF's gates. That is, until it was confronted with the Melvins' furious soundwaves.
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