Generation Landslide played a unique set of music more on the experimental side. Encompassing influences from Rock, Folk, 60's pop(as seen in a cover of the Monkees "Porpoise Song"), Psychedelic, and of course some elements of punk. Their sound ranged between a more atmospheric, delay soaked, numbers to more straight forward songs drawing from classic Rock 'n' Roll elements. Despite some the last minute substitution of their drummer they played a powerful set, which was helped by the powerful voice of their front-woman.
Dead Roses excitedly took the stage in their fur coats and eyeliner adorned faces. Their sound was a very unique take on Punk Rock featuring the classic elements catchy, riff filled 70's Punk,(including rough yet intelligible vocals!) along with a raw, distorted, Garage Rock-esque sound. Even the Bass was distorted and dirty sounding, which is an unfortunately uncommon feat in Punk! They played through their set in that perfect way; tight enough to feel like a sharpened blade yet raw enough to enjoy the intense, biting musical assault.