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The Best of the Tiny Fonts in Lollapalooza 2015's Lineup

This Lollapalooza 2015 coverage is presented by the JVC XX Elation

Lollapalooza was created by Jane’s Addiction frontman Perry Farrell in 1991 and continued through 1997 as the nation’s only major touring festival, touching down in cities all across America. 1,355 more words

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Newport Folk Festival 2015 Review: From Worst to Best

Legendary. Newport Folk Festival has long been associated with that modifier thanks to introducing audiences to musicians such as Joan Baez and infamous appearances by the likes of Bob Dylan. 5,968 more words

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Capitol Hill Block Party 2015: Festival Report + Photos

Photography by Pete Vandenbelt

Standing on a rainbow-painted crosswalk and eating a slice of pizza, I watch Meatbodies pummel through a set of sweaty and heavy garage rock epics. 1,921 more words

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Forecastle 2015 Festival Review: Top 10 Sets + Photos

On the opening night of this year’s Forecastle Festival, a severe thunderstorm swept through Louisville, Kentucky, causing Sam Smith to cut his headlining set short and the entire festival crowd to be evacuated from the grounds. 1,202 more words

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Pemberton 2015 Festival Review: 20 Most Memorable Sets + Photos

Photography by Philip Cosores

How do you know if a music festival is successful?

Is it all about making money? The fan experience? Being able to book top-tier artists? 4,959 more words

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Pitchfork 2015 Festival Review: Top 10 Sets + Photos

Photography by Nina Corcoran

When looking back at this year’s Pitchfork Music Festival, the first thing that will come to mind might just be the torrential thunderstorm that forced the temporary evacuation of Union Park midday Saturday. 2,386 more words

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Single Mothers: The Dark Horse Wine Pitchfork Performer of the Day

This Pitchfork Music Festival update is brought to you by our friends at Dark Horse Wine.

Single Mothers broke up in 2009 – and have been playing shows ever since.” This wry statement, plastered on all of the London, Ontario outfit’s online socials, is how the take-no-prisoners punk gang has chosen to show itself. 213 more words

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