Bonnaroo Day Four Wrap Up


I knew how my last day at Bonnaroo was going to begin with Black Box Revelation and end with The Staves, who we interviewed here last week. However, everything in the middle was fair game. Regardless of where I ended up, I knew I’d find awesome music at any stage. Knowing where I had to be

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The Governors Ball Music Festival


If you’ve watched any music videos on YouTube in the past month or so, you’ve probably seen an ad for The Governors Ball Music Festival in NYC hovering over the bottom third of the video, promoting Beck, Passion Pit, Kid Cudi, Modest Mouse, and others. This festival is normally held on, surprise, Governors Island, but

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Grimes Announces Mythical Gymnastics Tour


With a handful of upcoming US festival appearances and a string of Canadian Dates with Skrillex and Diplo, Grimes is now announcing the Mythical Gymnastics tour. An extensive North American Fall headlining tour, Grimes will be joined on the road by Myths and Elite Gymnastics. Click here to see the Mythical Gymnastics tour art, designed by artist Leif Podhajsky. Photo

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Bonnaroo: Night One


Oh Bonnaroo, how I love thee. Besides all the usual festival activities, add the element of camping and a giant all day/night party and that’s what you got in Manchester, TN. The first night kicked off amazingly after a personally very rocky trek to actually get to the festival itself. After setting up a pretty

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A Conversation With The Staves


The UK-based folk trio, The Staves, has been making a name for itself at a feverish pace. Although the outfit, consisting of sisters Emily, Jessica, and Camilla Staveley-Taylor, has yet to release a full-length album, it has already been signed with Atlantic Records and is currently on tour with the Grammy award winner, Bon Iver.

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Ben Howard Sells Out The Troubadour


When a new band or musician tries to win the hearts and minds of the American public, they usually face an uphill battle. When they’re a British band or musician who’s received accolades and fame in their native land, the reality of playing to smaller crowds across the pond can be irritating and at times,

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