FYF Fest Day Two: My Bloody Valentine, MGMT, Baroness, and More (PHOTOS)

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The band performed quite a few Loveless tracks, with "When You Sleep" being an early stand out track. m b v's "New You" followed, once again showing off the band's digital effect skills. Even though m b v was released over two decades after Loveless, the band's old and new material meshed together seamlessly.

The only issue with the set was the sound. Everything but the drums and vocals would occasionally cut out, which is a bummer during songs like "Only Shallow."

Given the technical difficulties, Solange would have otherwise been a great ending to the festival.

It's difficult not to compare Solange to her older sister, Beyonce. The siblings look and sound alike, and most of all, both have one hell of a stage presence. Solange's sound has much more of an R&B rooting with a retro vibe.

She encouraged fans to start a grind session, which was itself hilarious to watch thanks to plenty of folks who clearly lacked rhythm. Later on she told fans to put their cell phones down and enjoy the show since it was such a nice night, and they obliged.

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