The bands did everything festival acts should do: There were poppy fan-service acts and more experimental sets to get everybody to flex their ear muscles. Our favorites? We somehow narrowed it down to 10.
After looking at Bonnaroo’s 2015 lineup, it’s safe to say Coachella isn’t the only festival that has a serious woman problem. If anything, one might argue Bonnaroo’s problem is far worse.
Another day, another festival lineup announcement. This time around it’s Boston Calling featuring St. Vincent, Ben Harper and Gerard Way.
On Monday and Tuesday of next week, August 11 and 12, her holiness St. Vincent will start as bandleader on Late Night with Seth Meyers, as Fred Armisen apparently can’t work every single day of his life.
The Dallas-based renaissance music man might not be a household name, but his approach has made him a go-to ally for artists like St. Vincent, Cloud Nothings and Angel Olsen looking for someone who is willing to work hard on their behalf.
Coachella’s got a woman problem. We got the answer.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony used to be a drunken, freewheeling event that would stretch to all hours of the night. Today it’s an arena-rock spectacle with stunning moments that won’t soon be forgotten.
“They spoke the truth, and people listened,” presenter Michael Stipe said. “This was not just pop music.”