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Hangout Festival Announces Massive 2018 Lineup

Taking place this year over the third (18th-20th) weekend of May in sunny Gulf Shores, Alabama, Hangout Festival‘s 8th reincarnation won’t disappoint those seeking a sublime three days of music in perfect beach weather. Heading off the first day of the festival, The Killers will bring their hit new album “Wonderful Wonderful” to life, as well […]

Lost Lake Festival Solidifies Itself In First Year

The Inaugural Festival Saw More Than 55,000 In Attendance When Lost Lake Festival was announced back in March, it was the talk of the town in Phoenix and among festival aficionados. With a bill featuring Chance the Rapper, The Killers, Major Lazer, and Odesza, it was a hard festival for music fans – especially those […]

“A Moment Apart”; An In Depth Look At Odesza’s Most Ambitious Project

Featured Image: Lexy Galvis Editor’s Note: When ODESZA’s tunes first permeated the indie-electro realm five years ago— with their very first studio album Summer’s Gone— the seminal non-conformers’ tunes signified the marrying of two genres, an ominous union that had yet seen the light of day. Summer’s Gone and its standout tracks like “IPlayYouListen” and […]

Lost Lake Festival’s Opportunity To Birth A Unique Cultural Experience In Phoenix

The Festival Makes Its Seminal Debut Next Month Lost Lake Festival, the newest venture from Superfly Productions (Bonnaroo, Outside Lands), will debut next month in Phoenix, Arizona. The bursting of the festival “bubble” left promoters searching for answers and fans with a sour taste in their mouth. When a festival enters the market, it is both […]

Sofi Tukker Showcase Suppressed Aspects Of Their Personalities In Their “Fuck They” Video

You know all of those things that hold you back from being your true self, like negative thoughts, unsupportive superiors, shitty friends, and bad habits? Well, fuck them!!! Who cares about them?! That’s the theme of Sofi Tukker‘s newest smash-in-the-making, candidly entitled Fuck They. The song, co-written by Scissor Sisters‘ Jake Shears, is “About anything that holds […]