New York – This weekend ushers in California’s 5th annual Desert Daze in Joshua Tree, where for three days, from October 14-16, festivalgoers from around the world will experience “what music festivals once were, while illuminating the future of what music festivals can be.” I am hoping that by the end of this weekend I will
On Wednesday night, Los Angeles’ Bootleg Theater moved its event from the main room/bar to its grand theater room, which is usually meant for plays. In the larger space, complete with seating, Here We Go Magic and The Dig were able to spread out during their sets, while the crowd fed off each band’s energy.
There’s a cold front headed our way here in the U.K. and the midsummer storm is all about a weekend of ample music, fresh artists, and will most certainly give you something to talk about this coming back to school season. The Big Chill is officially the fest bringing you icy hot artists to detract
The Brooklyn tripod formerly known as Lights (not to be confused with the Canadian version, which can be found here: LIGHTS) reemerged as Cliffie Swan last night at Union Pool in Williamsburg(h), Brooklyn and brought some of Brooklyn’s Finest along for the ride: TEEN and Pablo Picasso. At ten past ten, TEEN took the stage.
Here We Go Magic is like an ambient/psych/folk/jam band. The mix of styles is diverse, and the group’s ability to create such a textured yet cohesive sound is like a salve for the eclectic at heart. In addition to extensive upcoming tours in the US and Canada, Here We Go Magic‘s latest album Pigeons was