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Bumbershoot 2018: Sasha Sloan, Olivia O’Brien, nothing, nowhere and more of our artists to watch

Bumbershoot is one of the largest cultural touchstones in Seattle. Not only is there a stacked lineup of artists, Bumbershoot also showcases film, visual arts, comedy, and much more! We are so excited to see some incredible fresh artists perform this year. Here’s our top five to watch. Continue Reading

Brockhampton, Chet Porter and Metsa lead the way at Seattle’s Capitol Hill Block Party

If you were in Seattle last weekend and found yourself anywhere else besides Capitol Hill Block Party, then you seriously made some wrong decisions. Three days, five stages, and a bunch of afterparties each night – there’s nowhere else you should have been. While dozens of artists performed, a few stood out among the rest. Continue Reading

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Chicago’s Pitchfork Festival features Tame Impala, Courtney Barnett, Fleet Foxes and more over three diverse, rainy days

Pitchfork Music Festival, taking place from July 20th-22nd in Union Park in Chicago, was for the brave and unbreakable this year, and not just because the attendees had to make it through rain 2 of the 3 days. Continue Reading

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Interview: What So Not talks collaborations, ‘Not All the Beautiful Things’ and speaking at Harvard before his Sasquatch set

You have to try extremely hard to miss What So Not. Chris (What So Not) walks in with freshly dyed, as he describes it, “tennis ball green” hair, bright red overalls with a matching fanny pack slung around him and bright pink shades. He screams cool and upon talking to him, is just that. We got the chance to chat with him before his set at Sasquatch! Music Festival at The Gorge. Continue Reading

Interview: French DJ Petit Biscuit talks traveling, college and Drake before his set at Sasquatch Festival

18-year-old Petit Biscuit released his debut album, Presence, in November. He has been taking the EDM scene by storm since he was only 15-years-old, with the release of Sunset Lover. While age clearly doesn’t matter, it’s important to note just how many waves Petit Biscuit is making at such a young age. Love for the French born artist is palpable in the crowds he draws. We got the chance to chat with him before his set at Sasquatch! Music Festival at The Gorge. Continue Reading

Riverfest returns for a 41st year in Little Rock, featuring Highly Suspect, Margo Price, Young Thug and more

Last year, everyone was under the impression that RiverFest was going to be a thing of the past. Luckily, a new team saw the potential to turn it around and bring it back better than ever! The 41st annual RiverFest in Little Rock, Arkansas marked its return with a diverse lineup. Highly Suspect, The Lacs, and Young Thug were amongst the performers of the weekend. Continue Reading

Interview: Lovelytheband talk band origins, Instagram and Dave + Busters backstage at Hangout Festival

Lovelytheband formed in Los Angeles in 2016 and quickly burst onto the scene with “Broken,” which racked up over three million streams on Spotify. Led by former Oh Honey member Mitch Collins, the band also consists of guitarist Jordan Greenwald, and drummer Sam Price. At Hangout Festival, we caught up with the band to hear their origin story, roots in music, and advice for fellow musicians.  Continue Reading

Kendrick Lamar, The Killers, Halsey, The Chainsmokers and more light up the Alabama coast at Hangout Festival

Tens of thousands of music lovers spent the weekend at Hangout Festival in Gulf Shores, Alabama. It was more than your average music festival, there were many things to do such as lay out at the beach, go for a swim, roller-skate, do yoga in the sand, enjoy great food, view the ocean from the ferris wheel, and much more. Over 100 concerts on eight stages throughout the weekend and there wasn’t a single act that you would want to miss out on. Continue Reading

Northern Invasion Day Two sees energy-filled sets from Andrew WK, The Used, I See Stars, Hawthorne Heights and more

After a cold, yet incredible start to Northern Invasion on day one, I was excited to walk into the festival grounds under a clear skies and a warm sun. Even with the first day stacked with bands I wanted to see, the lineup for day two was just as good, and as the crowd tricked into Somerset Amphitheater, I could feel the energy and eagerness rising. Continue Reading

Atreyu, Breaking Benjamin, Senses Fail, Miss May I and more bring the heat on a cold, grey Day 1 of Wisconsin’s Northern Invasion

The first day of Northern Invasion was full of anticipation and excitement even though the cold and grey weather would have suggested otherwise. Thousands of people gathered at the Somerset Amphitheater in Somerset, WI on Mother’s Day weekend to ring in the beginning of the music festival season in the Midwest. Continue Reading

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