There’s something for every type of music fan hitting the road this summer.
Upcoming Festival Appearances
Coinciding with the release of two new EPs from the band, the first of which is due out this summer.
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Gorillaz, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Nine Inch Nails, Massive Attack, My Bloody Valentine, David Byrne, and St. Vincent are among the acts playing the Danish festival.
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The xx, St. Vincent, Glassjaw, The Breeders, Charlotte Gainsburg, and Destroyer (solo) are some of the other notable acts playing the Los Angeles festival.
Deftones, Placebo, Manic Street Preachers, The Libertines, and Mogwai are also set to perform at the 10-day festival.
The surprise release was included as part of a new vinyl reissue of the band’s debut album.
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Due out on “Not My President’s Day” (February 19th), the project features contributions from My Bloody Valentine’s Deb Googe.
The Kevin Sheilds-led outfit will hit the stage for the first time in nearly five years.
A closer look at this year’s highlights, lowlights, omissions, and potential guests.