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With Magic Mirror, Sziget's resident LGBT and queer venue, festival organizers have ensured that there is and will always
Coachella kicks off in two weeks, so if you are one of the lucky bastards who scored a pass (or scored a sugar daddy who scored you a pass) be sure to check out this week's Monday Mouth-Off.
The Scottish band, who just released their sophomore album, Every Open Eye, took to the stage with new songs and gorgeous
It’s been a divine couple of years for Chvrches. The Scottish synth-pop outfit -- featuring vocalist Lauren Mayberry, synth
Back in 2013, Chvrches singer Lauren Mayberry wrote a column for The Guardian proclaiming, "I will not accept online misogyny
Biggest mistake of the weekend: Seeing Kanye West over Arctic Monkeys.
Back in April, Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park chatted with Noisey about the group's latest album, "The Hunting Party," as well
Arcade Fire brought their notorious rock-and-roll style to Coachella, where they fired off a series of snide remarks critiquing the festival's VIP policy. Their unwillingness to participate in unspoken etiquette rules is refreshingly honest.
The lineup for Barcelona's 2014 Primavera Sound Festival has been announced, and it is absolutely jam packed with big-name
That's not to say everything I heard on the radio this year was worth a mention, but quite a few tunes made 2013 more bearable -- and hummable.
Glasglow trio CHVRCHES's gilded medley of dance-ability and earnestness make their take on synthpop transcendent in a heavily
The entirety of the op-ed is posted over on the Guardian's website, but here are a few choice passages: What I do not accept
Chvrches released its debut album, "The Bones of What You Believe," this week, and the band celebrated by covering Whitney
From the beginning of the day with HAERTS and their '80s style synth-fused music, to the soulful funk of Solange, and to the epic stage show from Sigur Ros in the end, the quality of music, even if you were unaware of any of these acts beforehand, was simply superb.
The people of the Metro Detroit area may not know what exactly the St. Jerome's Laneway Festival is about at all, but why should they? It comes from Australia! Okay. That might get people's interest now.
About A-Sides Music Jon Chattman's "A-Sides Music" series usually features artists (established or not) from all genres performing
In addition to the major names, there are some quality up-and-comers that deserve your attention this summer. Here are three buzzworthy new acts.