Every year when Chicago festivals reveal carefully crafted lineups, they are always met with a wide range of emotions. There are those who claim they predicted correctly and to those who discover artists from their […]
Although The Strokes have been rumored to be making new music together, guitarist Albert Hammond Jr. says an upcoming London show may be their last.
Other acts on the bill include The Weeknd, Disclosure, Hozier, Alt-J, Alabama Shakes, Sturgill Simpson, The Decemberists, Brand New, TV on the Radio, A$AP Rocky, Chance the Rapper, Father John Misty and Brandon Flowers.
The fest will be held Sept. 26-27 in Washington, D.C.
TV on the Radio, Interpol and the Pixies are also set for the Atlanta music fest.
When artists release albums, it’s always up for grabs in terms of public reception. Once the record is out, critics, fans, radio stations and more get their hands on it and immediately begin voicing their opinions. Some claim a record is “the best of all time,” while some feel that the artist has produced a dud. What you don’t often hear about, however, are the artists hating their own records.
Over the weekend, Will and Win Butler, Nikolai Fraiture and Justin Vernon played their first and possibly only show together as Pop All Star Band.
The musicians will compete against college basketball players, who will play on the Jock team.
In Southern California this August? If you’ve been looking for a bill including the Strokes and Phoenix as headliners while there, FYF Fest has a proposition for you.
Everyone loves a great EP. It’s a delicacy in life for a music lover. No doubt if the following albums were cut down to a 4 or 5 song EP, the artists would of heard great things coming back to them. Instead, they were left scratching their heads, wondering why everyone thought their record was blah.