International Sleepers

Klaus Johann Grobe

Fri., 2:30pm, Elevation Amphitheater
Swiss duo singing exclusively in German on their first U.S. tour, a no-frills concoction with hints of funk, krautrock, and an affinity for organ.


Fri., 3:05pm, Reverberation stage
Algerians toting buoyant Tuareg rock and Tinariwen-influenced dance jams from the desert.


Fri., 5pm, Elevation Amphitheater
UK fivepiece led by Rosalie Cunningham's wail, creating frantic, ornate psychdelia rock infused with metal. Same family as Uncle Acid.

Blondi's Salvation

Sun., 3:45pm, Elevation Amphitheater
French quintet churns out intricate, orchestral, dramatic soundscapes that are faintly psychedelic, heavy on the strings, and tease South Asian influences.

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