Danny Devito at Coachella (screen grab from @DannyDevito on Twitter)
After missing Coachella last year, Danny DeVito is back, baby.
The famous actor and regular Coachella attendee has been tweeting his short and sweet reviews:
- Blur cool
- Jello great
- Yeah yeah yeah great
- Puscifer great
The Icelandic post-rock band Sigur Rios got a special shout out, though.
“Sigur Ros sounding so good,” the actor tweeted at 12:06 a.m. Sunday.
Then he followed up Sunday afternoon by tweeting of photo of himself with the band.
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It’s hard to deny that I didn’t enjoy Karen O backed by a gospel choir for opener “Sacrilege.”
(Photo by Marilyn Chung, The Desert Sun)
Yeah, Yeah, Yeahs is one of those bands that just feels right on a big stage. The group’s long list of fan favorites keeps the crowd pumped. Energetic “Zero” had even passerbys bouncing. And from afar Ms. O’s voice oddly rings out above the crowd carrying the pulsing lights and dance beats – and that’s a good thing.
But from afar you really do miss out on her flashy attire and make-up. And while the front woman’s banter is short (yes, Karen, it is Friday night) she makes up for it in energy. Closing out the show with “Gold Lion,” “Maps” and overtime “Heads Will Roll,” it was hard to walk away.
Even though Coachella is one of those festivals where getting close to stage isn’t always a good idea, for this I say, “do it.”