SXSW is getting closer! As their web site says: ‘The list of invited acts is growing by each day’. The list is already huge and they’re still adding bands. There’s a lot of new faces (Bruce Springsteen notwithstanding – but Yay Bruce). They already booked BestNewBands.com favorites Grace Potter + The Nocturnals (shown above), Letting
Halloween weekend sparks the second annual Moogfest, a festival dedicated to Robert Moog, the man whose musical creativity and inventiveness changed the path of music and pioneered the electronic genre. When his first Moog synthesizers were introduced in the 60’s, they were among the first electronic instruments to gain international appreciation among musicians and were
Fellow Angelenos, this upcoming Sunday fruitfully offers us some killer options for entertainment. First, we have Abbot Kinney Festival. Here’s what the website has to say: “Since its founding in 1984, the Abbot Kinney Festival has grown in size and popularity to become one of the largest community events of its kind in the country.
If you live in Los Angeles, you might have seen those janky little blue banners spraypainted with block letters reading “PACIFIC FESTIVAL AUGUST 13″ that flap on chain-link fences above freeways. But, where they lack in marketing budget and strategy, they make up for in lineup. So if you’re in the Orange County area,
The Sasquatch! Music Festival in the beautiful state of Washington has quickly become one of the highlights of the indie festival scene for both its breathtaking backdrop and stellar lineups. This year the festival is rumored to be bigger and better than ever before, just in time to celebrate its 10th anniversary. While the warm