Okay, we’ve said our piece. We’ll see ya in the pit.
Plus, a lengthy world tour has been mapped out for early 2018.
Featuring Gorillaz, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Run the Jewels, Ryan Adams, Cut Copy, Spoon, Portugal. the Man, Angel Olsen, Danny Brown, Live, and more.
Two-day LA event also promises Dan Auerbach, Danny Brown, Guided By Voices, Bad Brains, Fear, The B-52s, and more.
Disappointing lineup hints at much bigger problems for the Lollapalooza of the South.
Real Estate, Julie Byrne, M. Ward, Tame Impala’s Cameron Avery and more will perform over two days in Austin.
Canadian frontman continues to tease his first full-length.
Will any of these sneak onto our upcoming top songs of 2016 list? Stay tuned.
Ten-track effort Saturday Night arrives early next year.
Atlanta’s best music festival keeps the spirit alive in Centennial Olympic Park.
Florence + The Machine, My Morning Jacket, Jane’s Addiction, and one of the best bills of the year.
A year when music got wilder, weirder, and more vital.