Bumbershoot Best Bets – Day Three (Monday)

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We hope you all aren’t Bumbered-out yet, because there’s one day left to relish the music, arts, and fun that is Seattle Center on Labor Day weekend. It’s also really the last day to revel in summer before the autumn slog takes us all back to school, work or whatever your version of reality is these days.

If you missed the first two days, Saturday and Sunday, your SEA live Music team will be posting a recap this week of some of the great acts we’ve taken in as we scurried from stage to stage. In the meantime, you can always keep up with us by following us on Twitter and Facebook. Tell your (preferably non-bot) friends too!

If you’re up for braving the zombies that are inexplicably roving Seattle Center for one more day, take a look at our recs below (complete with big names next to local loves) and join us for the final chapter of Bumbershoot 2013.

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2:00 – 3:00 (Mainstage)

The much lauded English experimental art rock band brings their fascinating blend of hip hop, indie rock and ambient instrumentals to Key Arena

MGMT

3:30 – 4:30 (Mainstage)

The psychedelic synth-pop band best known for hits “Kids” and “Electric Feel” has a new (third) album coming out later this month, so expect lots of new material mixed in with older favorites

Superchunk

7:00 – 8:00 (Fountain Lawn Stage)

The highly influential indie rock band (and Merge Records founders) will play a set that spans their three decades and will include more than a few from their just released their tenth studio album “I Hate Music”

Deerhunter

9:00 – 10:00 (Fountain Lawn Stage)

An artsy indie noise rock group tinged with post-punk moments led by Atlas Sound frontman Bradford Cox

The Joy Formidable

10:00 – 11:15 (TuneIn Stage)

London’s indie pop darlings with punky vocals and an expansive sound will close out the evening

And our honorable mentions for the day go to: Hot Bodies in Motion (11:45 – 12:30 @ Starbucks Stage), Bellamaine (12:15 – 1:15 @ Fountain Lawn Stage), The Maldives (1:00 – 2:00 @ Starbucks Stage), Kopecky Family Band (4:30 – 5:30 @ Plaza Stage) and Ivan & Alyosha (7:30 – 8:30 @ Plaza Stage).

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