This is a really quick review of CALH.
Firstly, CALH was amazing. It was unbelievable. The quality and diversity of the music was seriously outstanding. I am still on a massive high from the weekend, which is only occasionally punctuated with thoughts of how it's no longer happening.
In the end I think I saw about 67 bands. I missed five from the actual lineup, but saw three new ones in the renegade room. There's no way I can do a detailed review of every band, but I will talk about the ones that really stood out.
I took a few photos on Day 2 and Day 3, and they are posted on my Flickr account as well. The #calh hashtags on Twitter have been a lot of fun to read as well :)
The Ocean Floor - I loved so much. The music is kinda acoustic/ballad with a good selection of string/wind instruments, and no drums. The singer has a really beautiful voice and the songs are really lovely.