Jessie Ware, Sampha, ASAP Ferg, and members of Warpaint and Chairlift all set to appear on the UK producer’s sophomore LP.
Upcoming Festival Appearances
The band will embark on another leg of U.S. tour dates in October.
The team discusses headliners, boutique festivals, and the importance of story.
Rule No. 1: Only you can create your own snapshot.
Awards for: Best SuperJam, Most Inebriated Moderator, Wisest Life Lessons, and more!
Part of Manimal Vinyl’s forthcoming covers LP, Making Patterns Rhyme.
Here’s the setlist for Skrillex’s insane Bonnaroo Superjam, featuring Janelle Monáe, Lauryn Hill, Warpaint, and more
The Dubstep artist brings out a wide array of guests for his three-hour jamboree.
Watch performances by Jack White, Elton John, Vampire Weekend, Lionel Richie, Damon Albarn, and more.
See performances by Arcade Fire, The National, Kendrick Lamar, St. Vincent, Pixies, Disclosure, and more.
Awards for: Best Headliner, Most Colorful Performance, Best Sunday Wake-up Call, and more.
From a forthcoming remix 12-inch due out in June.
Arcade Fire, Metallica, Jack White, The Black Keys, Massive Attack, and so much more.
Featuring Skrillex, Janelle Monae, Chance the Rapper, Warpaint, members of Grateful Dead and The Doors, Ben Folds, Andrew Bird, and more.
Disclosure, Mastodon, or Ice Cube? Just one of many tough decisions.
“I apologize to fans of Beyonce and Rihanna, I fucking love them too. Me and and my big mouth.”
“Every song on Beyonce’s last album has her basically looking like a slut and she does not need to do that.”
Former Distillers frontwoman returns with a fierce, star-studded LP.
There’s now no denying that the festival has gone Top 40.
Los Angeles outfit makes their first appearance in three years.
Watch performances by Arcade Fire, Beck, Muse, Queens of the Stone Age, Nas, Pharrell, Lorde, Disclosure, and more.
Kanye West, Tom Petty, The Killers, Arctic Monkeys, Death Cab For Cutie, and more to play San Francisco festival.
New eight-minute video visualizes life in suburbia.
It’s a long way ’til December, but we could be looking at a repeat for Festival of the Year.
Arcade Fire, Jack White, The Black Keys, Robert Plant, Dolly Parton, Lily Allen, and Skrillex, and more
The Los Angeles outfit teases an eerie spring from the cold.
Plus: Kings of Leon, Lorde, Skrillex, Interpol, Nas, and Foster the People.