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Outside Lands 2017 Friday pics (Gorillaz, Fleet Foxes, Belle & Sebastian, more)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Outside Lands kicked off in San Francisco on Friday (8/11) without A Tribe Called Quest, but with Gorillaz, Fleet Foxes, Alt-J, Future Island, Belle & Sebastian, Sleigh Bells, Little Dragon, Noname, Tove Lo, Henry Rollins, Dr. Octagon, Hamilton Leithauser, Hundred Waters, and more.

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Outside Lands 2017 daily lineups & single-day tickets

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The San Francisco fest includes The Who, Metallica, Gorillaz, Queens of the Stone Age, A Tribe Called Quest, Solange, Fleet Foxes, Dr. Octagon, and more.

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Sasquatch 2017 Friday pics (LCD Soundsystem, Charles Bradley, more)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Sasquatch Festival’s 2017 edition began Friday with sets from LCD Soundsystem, Kaytranada, Bonobo, Charles Bradley and His Extraordinaires, The Head and The Heart, Big Freedia, Sleigh Bells, Thee Oh Sees, The Hotelier, Sasheer Zamata, and more.

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The Meadows fest 2017 lineup & tix: Jay Z, RHCP, Gorillaz, Nas, Future, Weezer, more

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Jay Z, Red Hot Chili Peppers & Gorillaz headline, with Future, Nas, Weezer, Run the Jewels, Erykah Badu, M.I.A., LL Cool J, Action Bronson, TV on the Radio, Big Boi, Broken Social Scene, Migos, Blood Orange and more.

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Outside Lands 2017 lineup (The Who, Metallica, Gorillaz, QOTSA, Fleet Foxes, ATCQ, more)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The stacked lineup also includes Alt-J, Belle & Sebastian, Solange, Future Islands, Schoolboy Q, Little Dragon, Kaytranada, Action Bronson, Thundercat, Warpaint, Dr. Octagon, and more.

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Okeechobee Festival in pics & videos

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Music fans descended on Okeechobee, Florida over the weekend. Check out photos from the warm weather winter festival.

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SXSW reveals final 2017 lineup additions ++ Joe Biden speaking on cancer solutions

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

They saved some of the best for last: Ryan Adams, The Black Angels, Hamilton Leithauser, Gary Clark Jr, Cheetah Chrome, …And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead Kevin Morby, !!! (chk chk chk), Lift to Experience, Lil Yachty, Neko Case, Talib Kweli, Sleigh Bells, Tokyo Police Club, 9th Wonder, Youth Code, Pharmakon, Denzel Curry and more.

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Sasquatch 2017 reveals daily lineups, adds Sleigh Bells & Benjamin Clementine

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Single-day tickets go on sale today too.

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Ecstatic Music Festival: 2017 lineup & tickets (Sleigh Bells, Kronos Quartet, San Fermin & more)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The 2017 Ecstatic Music Festival runs Jan 9 through May 13 at The Kaufman Center in NYC.

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stream The Regrettes’ “Hot” ++ tour dates with Thin Lips, Allison Weiss, Sleigh Bells

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

They’ve got a sound with roots in riot grrl but also some major-label polish (they’re signed to Warner), and it’s catchy, appealing, confrontational stuff. They’ve toured with feminist punk vets Jack Off Jill as well as newer leaders of the genre like Tacocat

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Sleigh Bells release single “Hyper Dark”, announce tour

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Brooklyn duo Sleigh Bells have released a new single “Hyper Dark” and announced 2016 tour dates. This single follows the release of “Rule Number One,” a song the band shared earlier this summer. Sleigh Bells haven’t announced any info on a new album yet, but maybe this means one is coming soon…

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Riot Fests add Flaming Lips, Sleater-Kinney, Julie Ruin & more, single-day lineups

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Also: Julian Marley playing ‘Exodus,’ Gogol Bordello, The Lillingtons, The Bronx, 2 Chainz and more added.

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Riot Fest lineups (Sleater-Kinney, Wolf Parade, Descendents, Thursday, Brand New, Morrissey, Deftones, DCFC, more)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

You already knew that Riot Fest Denver and Chicago would include a Misfits reunion with Danzig, Doyle and Jerry; and now the full lineups for those fests have been announced.

Denver also includes Deftones, Death Cab for Cutie, Nas, Ween, Jane’s Addiction (Ritual de lo Habitual), Sleater-Kinney, Descendents, NOFX, Bad Religion, Thursday, Wolf Parade, The Hold Steady (performing Boys & Girls In America), Yo La Tengo, Vince Staples, Suicidal Tendencies, Flatbush Zombies, Dandy Warhols, Glassjaw, The Wonder Years, Danny Brown, Against Me!, M

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Turbo Fruits’ No Control Shows Surprising Growth

Source: Rock On Philly

Featured Image by tcbrekke via Flickr

Who knew a band named after something that sounds like a trippy children’s television show could get so deep! With Turbo Fruits’ fourth studio album release, No Control, the band maintains its garage-rock sound while sounding like they all (finally) graduated from high school… or did they?

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The Nashville quartet released the 11-track album on Monday, April 20th. No Control was co-produced by The Black KeysPatrick Carney, and the tight production of TBK’s music is definitely shown here. Most of the songs display a delicate duality of ...

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Monday Playlist: Back to School

Source: Rock On Philly

It’s that time of year again. Kids are heading back to school and college students are shipping back to campus. Such a different feeling for the former who are most likely dreading the end of summer whereas the latter are filled with excitement and anticipation.

With the dawn of music streaming services and the internet providing us with more music than we have time to listen to it’s easy to forget about college radio. Philly and its suburbs are filled with a myriad of fine colleges, a good number of which have fantastic college radio stations. Drexel University‘s WKDU ...

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PLAYLIST: Saturday Night Diva

Source: Rock On Philly

Getting ready for a night on the town?  Check out this high-energy playlist to get primped and pumped up!

1. “Bad Girls” by M.I.A.

2. “You’ll Find A Way” by Santigold

3. “Kids” by Sleigh Bells

4. “Fancy” by Iggy Azalea featuring Charli XCX

5. “Harder You Get” by Scissor Sisters

6. “Dance the Way I Feel” by Ou Est Le Swimming Pool

7. “Young Blood” by The Naked and Famous

8. “Purple Yellow Red and Blue” by Portugal, The Man

9. “Trials of the Past” by SBTRKT featuring Sampha

10. “DLZ” by TV On The Radio

11. “Oblivion” by Grimes

12. ...

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Mad Decent Block Party ’14

Source: The WRGW Music Blog

What do you get when you throw nine artists, whose musical style ranges from pop noise to dubstep, together? You get the third stop of the pioneering Mad Decent Block Party, and what a day it was. Children Of The Night, Trippy Turtle, Wave Racer, Cashmere Cat, Sleigh Bells, Wolfgang Gartner, Dillon Francis, Diplo, and Flux Pavilion […]

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Preview: Mad Decent Block Party ’14

Source: The WRGW Music Blog

  Already in its sixth year, the Mad Decent Block Party has spread to an unprecedented 22 North American cities with an even bigger lineup of 58 banging artists. What’s this “mad decent” shindig we speak of? It’s the brainchild of producer-DJ-label founder-radio host-TV host-extraordinaire Thomas Wesley Pentz, aka Diplo. What started out as a […]

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Preview: Mad Decent Block Party ’14

Source: The WRGW Music Blog

Already in its sixth year, the Mad Decent Block Party has spread to an unprecedented 22 North American cities with an even bigger lineup of 58 banging artists. What’s this “mad decent” shindig we speak of? It’s the brainchild of producer-DJ-label founder-radio host-TV host-extraordinaire Thomas Wesley Pentz, aka Diplo. What started out as a record […]

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Governor’s Ball Day Two: The Strokes, Jack White, RJD2, Spoon, and more

Source: The Key (WXPN)

Yesterday we took our places in the crowd at New York’s Randall’s Island for day two of Governor’s Ball, catching everything from garage punk to hip-hop, electronic music and bluesy rock and roll. Nashville, Tennessee noise rockers, Diarrhea Planet brought their energy, … Continued

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