Tag Archives: Ed Schrader’s Music Beat

Treefort Music Fest 2018 initial lineup

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

In addition to a Treepeople reunion and Built to Spill, the initial lineup includes George Clinton, Zola Jesus, Andrew WK, Titus Andronicus, U.S. Girls, Twin Peaks, and more.

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SXSW announces 1st round of 2018 artists ++ more speakers

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The 2018 SXSW Music Festival, which runs March 12 – 18 in Austin, TX, has announced the first round of showcasing artists, which includes The Wedding Present, Rich Chigga, Cut Worms, Shamir, Snail Mail, Totally Mild

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Waking Windows 2017: lineup and tickets for Vermont & Detroit editions

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The Vermont edition includes Real Estate, Dan Deacon, !!! (Chk Chk Chk), Pond, Frankie Cosmos, Big Thief and more; Detroit’s Waking Windows has Car Seat Headrest, Whitney, Priests, Mount Eerie, Julie Byrne, Deradoorian and more.

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Fields Festival is a 3-day MD Fest w/ Sun Ra Arkestra, Dan Deacon, Wolf Eyes, Deakin, Lower Dens & many more!

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Fields Festival is a three-day camping/music festival happening 30 minutes north of Baltimore City in rural Darlington, Maryland’s Camp Ramblewood (just outside of Havre de Grace). 2016 is the festival’s third consecutive year, and this one happens from August 19 – 21 with an impressive lineup including The Sun Ra Arkestra, Dan Deacon, Wolf Eyes, Deakin, Deradoorian, Weyes Blood, Pictureplane, Lower Dens, Container, Prince Rama, Abdu Ali, Princess Nokia, Flock of Dimes, Eartheater, Horse Lords, Ed Schrader’s Music Beat, Outer Spaces an…

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Recap: Future Islands move a sold out crowd @ First Unitarian Church

Source: The Swollen Fox

Future Islands at churchSince when was David Letterman the most influential music taste-maker? By way of his Late Show with David Letterman, he’s always had the ability to help a band’s career, sure. But I don’t believe he has ever had a more positive effect than the role he’s had in Future Islands’ ascension. His enthusiastic reaction to the band’s performance on his show was sent rapidly around the internet, and the hype machine officially went to work on Future Islands. I can’t imagine anyone ever thought a 67-year-old television show host would ever have this much power over music fans (he ...

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