Jenny JimenezKevin Barrans of the MaldivesWho: The MaldivesWho: The MaldivesWhere: Starbucks Stage When: 3 p.m. Saturday (note: this was posted Monday and moved for continuity’s sake)A huge crowd gathered for the Maldives’ set — certainly, it was the largest audience I’ve ever seen at a Maldives show. Most everyone was sitting down, but ever so slowly, song by song, the band’s music lured people who had previously been sitting further back on the grass to come stand at the front. Along with the band’s new songs, the Maldives have been favoring “Blood Relations” in their set lists. It is a song about fathers from the Maldives’ most recent release,Listen to the Thunder, and logically, hearing it always makes me think about my old man and the impact he’s had on me. He played his records even louder than I did, thereby providing me with a very loud introduction to Neil Young and Hendrix at a very young age. I think that’s the key to the Maldives’ music: like all of those classic records I borrowed (okay, stole) from my dad as a kid, their sound has that sort of generation-spanning appeal. It made me wish my dad had been there, too.