Best Coast In Concert

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Best Coast Set List

1. Bratty B
2. Summer Mood
3. Goodbye
4. The End
5. Crazy For You
6. Make You Mine
7. Sunny Adventure
8. Far Away
9. Fist City (Loretta Lynn cover)
10. Wish He Was You
11. I Want To
12. When I'm With You
13. That's the Way Boys Are (Lesley Gore cover)
14. When the Sun Don't Shine
15. Our Deal
16. When You Wake Up
17. Sun Was High (So Was I)
18. Something in the Way

Wavves Set List

1. Idiot
2. Friends Were Gone
3. To the Dregs
4. In the Sand
6. Take on the World
7. Beach Demon
8. Linus Spacehead
9. No Hope Kids
10. Bug
11. Super Soaker
12. So Bored
13. Nervous Breakdown (Black Flag cover)
14. Green Eyes
15. Post Acid

It got loud at Washington, D.C.'s 9:30 Club when the punk-infused band Wavves and the garage-rock revivalists in Best Coast came together for a night of live music. Wavves opened the show, followed by Best Coast. Both sets were originally webcast live on Jan. 31, 2011 with All Songs Considered host Bob Boilen.

Both Wavves and Best Coast are relatively young bands. San Diego-based artist Nathan Williams formed Wavves as a solo project in 2008, while Beth Cosentino started Best Coast with bandmate Bobb Bruno in 2009. Both groups have won over audiences with noisy, lo-fi recordings that wrap addictive pop melodies in gritty guitars and messy beats.

Wavves' latest album is King of the Beach, which is less manic than the band's earlier albums, with more polished production, but no less potent.

Best Coast's debut album, Crazy for You, was released last summer and wound up many best-of lists for the year. NPR Music contributor Carrie Brownstein picked Best Coast as the year's best new artist.



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