Sasquatch! 2011 Ah yes, it’s that time of year again to go out to The Gorge, get burnt, eat bad food and drink not enough (proper) fluids for a weekend. It’s even for four days this year! This is year four out of five for us to hit the Eastern Washington desert. You’ve seen our […]
UPDATE. CONGRATS TO JESSE WINGARD OF AUSTIN, TX FOR WINNING OUR FREE ALBUM GIVEAWAY. ENJOY JESSE!!! The band Man Man has a new LP called Life Fantastic. How would YOU like to win a free vinyl copy of this album?? All you have to do is send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org by no later than […]
Hailing from Portland, Oregon, Jackie-O Motherfucker has had more than 40 members since its inception in 1994, centered around Tom Greenwood, the driving creative force behind the band. The music hovers between lazy, barely-in-tune psychedelic country and longform drone, with some open improvisation thrown in for good measure. “In The Willows” is the first cut […]
Lollapalooza celebrates year 20 (Yeah, feel a little old now??) this year with yet another solid lineup. As it has sat in Chicago for a long weekend in recent years, the festival continues to do so Aug 5-7. Click here for information and head out to enjoy Eminem, Coldplay, Muse, A Perfect Circle and about […]
Pretty impressive lineup for the Rhode Island festival including Elvis Costello, EmmyLou Harris, The Decemberists, M.Ward, Wanda Jackson, Delta Spirit, Tegan and Sara, and plenty more. See the whole lineup here and check out more info on their website!
Seems like Karma, don’t ya think? Story by Rock News Desk Metallica’s record label could soon be owned by the man who founded Napster, the website destroyed after Lars Ulrich and co went into battle against it.
Our friends at KEXP are doing a wonderful job broadcasting live from SXSW in Austin. Check out their live performances on Friday! Friday, March 18th Performances (Austin time) 12:30pm ‒ Steve Wynn & The Miracle Three 2:30pm ‒ Violens 4:30pm ‒ Jessica Lea Mayfield 6:30pm ‒ John Vanderslice
NPR released a massive story where they profiled 50 Great Voices. Although names like Freddie Mercury and Ella Fitzgerald deserve to make this list and are no real surprise, other names like Iggy Pop and Howlin’ Wolf might raise a couple eyebrows. But it’s the names like Khaled, Twinkie Clark and Sezen Aksu that might […]
The Festival Express happened in 1970 with Janis, The Dead and others. Perhaps these three bands are trying to beat out “the longest party in rock and roll history” by railcar again? “This April, Mumford & Sons, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros, and Old Crow Medicine Show will embark on a tour unlike any […]