From festivals to Rag’n’Bones here’s what’s orbiting the musical universe this week…
Festivals are the one place you can see all the biggest and best names under the same lights. As the wintry cold gives way to a refreshing sunshine, it’s finally time to start planning your outdoor music experiences.
Oregon based, the desolate industrial area location becomes a dreamland for music lovers.
When: July 17th-19th
Where: Zidell Yards located at 3030 SW Moody Ave, Portland, OR 97201
In only its fourth year of existence, Dover, Delaware presents Firefly- a hybrid of all your favorite music genres. This year, Paul McCartney headlines with the likes of Snoop Dogg and Kings of Leon.
When: June 18th-21st
Where: The Woodlands, Dover, DE
The Midwestern fest with indie oomph. Spoon, The National, Bon Iver, and dozens of others are scheduled to play this two-day whopper in Wisconsin.
When: July 17th-18th
Where: Foster Farms, Chippewa River Valley, Eaux Claires, Wisconsin
Who We Like
May we present, Lion Babe, the #2 Billboard and Twitter Emerging Artists of the week.
Sounds so soulful here…
All Time Low, “Kids in the Dark”
This one’s just over a week old. It’s not getting much YouTube lovin’ but that doesn’t mean it’s not enjoyable.
Classic Music Videos
Blur, “Coffee and TV”
Coffee and TV, the tale of an estranged milk cartoon searching for lead guitarist, Graham Coxon.
Steriogram, “Walkie Talkie Man”
I once heard this song as part of a video game’s soundtrack, never knew the video included so much yarn.
This past Monday, March 16th, iTunes suffered a case of the oops when they released Kendrick Lamar’s new album “To Pimp a Butterfly” one week before its scheduled March 23rd release date. Since Tuesday, iTunes has removed the album from the store and then replaced it again. In case you can’t gain access to it, listen your heart out right here with our Spotify embed.
Joey Fernandez is a music writer from New York’s strongest island. Drop him a line at email@example.com