The dominant furniture of Earl Greyhound's setup is a bass drum that would put Rhode Island to shame and an afro that looked like it was about to take flight.
Before the wind seriously picked up, and closed down the main stage (it just opened back up and Spoon is on), Greyhound put on the best Zeppelin show of the day on the Wookie stage: soul, riff, and guitar solos not excluded.
A few hours later, their soulmates in the Black Angels built on heavy beats to the wind-whipped audience. Both sets added a nice hippie flair to the festival, further underlining the fact that this is the best-booked lineup yet. The weekend's felt like I've been living through a well-planned mix tape with a healthy mix of band's I wouldn't normally check out (Ozomatli, who were great), and favorites (Neko, who was "meh" at best).