A celebration of divisive music types.
We chat with festival co-founder Mike Petryshyn about the latest updates.
Blink-182, MotÃ¶rhead, Rancid, FLAG, The Dismemberment Plan, Peter Hook, and more!
Also, audio reviews of Bad Brains, Deftones, and Sufjan Stevens.
D.C.’s hardcore heroes find their way back to the beginning.
On the new album, working with Ric Ocasek, and seeking their own vision.
Ladies and gentlemen, The Bad-tones.
Pearl Jam, The Black Keys, deadmau5, and Queens of the Stone Age head Lollapalooza Brazil and Chile 2013
The Brazil iteration also grabs The Killers, The Flaming Lips, and Cake.
Also, stream its prophetic title track.
With appearances from Dave Grohl, Ian Mackaye, Henry Rollins, and more.
Florence and the Machine, Ben Folds Five, and Band of Horses, too.
Just call him Dr. GZA from now on.
The highlights, surprises, omissions, and who-to-knows.
The Beach Boys, Bon Iver, The Shins, and BlackStar, too.
Plus, new bands added to music portion.
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Slipknot, a reunited Sublime, and funyuns? What could be better…