30 Artists To See: SXSW 2019

This year as Austin, Texas host their 32nd annual South By Southwest festival honoring its interactive media on film, music, and conferences. B-Sides highlights the rising new artists performing this week at the main event! Whether you're there or not you can still discover new music for 2019! The Bright Light Social Hour First on our list, The Bright Light Social Hour are no strangers from Texas. They're actually Austin natives who have played in other big name festivals like Lollapalooza and ACL. They've become a local favorite with their psychedelic rock sound with a modern 60s/70s flare. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gwCsCJKfjYU   Castlecomer This Australian band gets the

VIDEO: INTERVIEW – Crush Club at Snowglobe 2018

New York City duo, Crush Club are a new band comprised of experienced musicians and performers TC Milan (vocalist) and producer/multi-instrumenatlist Le Chev. The two had met while working together as members of the pop/electronic outfit Avan Lava, a band they formed in 2009. Although Avan Lava experienced praise and critical acclaim for their live shows that inspired a party-like atmosphere and dancing, TC and Le Chev began to experiment in a new sonic direction that would lead them to form Crush Club in 2016. “Everything has a cycle, whether it’s disco or pop or whatever, so

VIDEO: INTERVIEW – LP Giobbi at Snowglobe 2018

Los Angeles based producer, DJ, and fashion designer LP Giobbi (née Leah Chisholm) has been building up a reputation as a strong and entertaining live performer. The track "Amber Rose," has become an anthem for its combination of lyrics on female empowerment and dance rhythms. Trained in jazz piano at UC Berkeley, LP Giobbi was recruited by the electronic project, LEX, her first exposure to working with synthesizers and fast-tracked her to becoming a pro with various electronic production software tools. Having shared a stage with artists ranging from Gallant (providing support for Billboard’s Next Big Sound showcase) to Madame

PHOTO REVIEW: Snowglobe 2018 Highlights Outweigh Cold Temperatures

The highly anticipated Snowglobe 2018 proved to be another unique and memorable experience as the annual New Year’s Eve festival rung in the new year. Already set with headliners Above and Beyond, Diplo and Rezz, the late addition of G-Eazy, Goldlink, Tyga, Kaskade and Rae Sremmurd elevated the excitement for the eighth year of Snowglobe that was recently acquired by MTV. The ski and snowboard Big Air stage brought out numerous talented athletes that performed impressive tricks and jumps, interacting with the local Tahoe Fire Dancers and the new Rail Jam. 16830

Childish Gambino, Tame Impala, Ariana Grande To Headline Coachella 2019

With the new year only two days old, the lineup for Coachella 2019 was announced in the late evening on the West Coast. Headlining this year's event are Childish Gambino, Tame Impala and Ariana Grande. The second and third line artists on the festival poster are equally strong that includes The 1975, Billie Eilish, Diplo, Weezer, Janelle Monae, Bassnectar, Bad Bunny, Zedd and others. The Coachella Twitter account, which had been dormant since November, came alive with a series tweets about smaller acts, who will also perform, including Southern California act, Cola Boyy, HYUKOH from South Korea

G-Eazy, Kaskade, Tyga + More Added to SnowGlobe 2018

As if the lineup for SnowGlobe 2018 was already one to remember, it was just announced that additional performers have been added including- G-Eazy, Goldlink, Kaskade, Rae Sremmurd, Tyga and Ashe. The annual three-day fest takes place New Year's Eve weekend, December 29-31 in South Lake Tahoe, California and welcomes more than 20,000 fans each day with a mix of musical performances, live action sports and interactive art exhibitions. The 2018 lineup also includes Above & Beyond, Diplo, Eric Prydz, Rezz and RL Grime headlining among more than 40 artists performing across three stages. SnowGlobe will also feature all-new art

REVIEW: Suwannee Hulaween Florida’s Top Festival

It is safe to say Suwannee Hulaween is Florida’s top music and art festival. From the mesmerizing art installations to the mind-blowing performances, this festival is definitely one to add to the bucket-list. Suwannee Hulaween 2018 sold out this year due to the amount of hard-work, passion, and love that has been consecutively put forth into this festival that keeps fans returning year after year. 2018 celebrated six years of Hulaween and plans to return next year for their seventh-year celebration area already being carried out. 16687

Explore the Magic of Spirit Lake at Suwannee Hulaween

The Spirit of Suwannee Music Park transforms into Spirit Lake this weekend during Suwannee Hulaween near Live Oak, Florida. The visual art extravaganza starts tomorrow, October 25th, for festival-goers with an Official Pre-Party Ticket. The festival officially opens to all ticket holders on Friday, October 26th to 28th. Spirit Lake is home to performance art, art installations, dazzling waterfront light shows, plus much more! 16667

Prepare for Suwannee Hulaween 2018 – Sold Out Music Festival

Suwannee Hulaween returns this year on October 26 - 28, for a magnificent weekend of magic and music located at The Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park near Live Oak, Florida. This beloved music festival is definitely one to add to the bucket list, and to those going, be prepared to journey into a visionary paradise with this year's theme, Creatures of the Galaxy. 15202

9 Acts You Can’t Miss at Austin City Limits 2018

Paul McCarney, Metallica, Childish Gambino and Arctic Monkeys are among some of the biggest names headlining Austin City Limits this year. While we’re sure you’ll be in the crowd dancing along to those massive acts, here are some other artists that you definitely shouldn’t miss:  Ravyn Lenae (Friday) Bishop Briggs (Friday) Natalie Prass (Friday) Japanese Breakfast (Saturday) Verite (Saturday) Sharon Van Etten (Saturday) Mt. Joy (Sunday) Amber Mark (Sunday) A R I Z

Get ready for Imagine Music Festival 18′

Just in time for the hottest time of year, an aquatic wonderland awaits you in the Atlanta Motor Speedway. Imagine Music Fest is back for its fifth year of wondrous magic and all the EDM feels that you're looking for. A stellar lineup will lure you in to an all- encompassing experience that will keep you absorbed in the moment. From camping and tailgates to transformational workshops and a never ending dance party, you’ll be sure to have unforgettable moments. 16349

PHOTO REVIEW: Outside Lands 2018 – Headliners Set Up Perfectly By Emerging Artists, Taste Of The Bay Area Shines

The 2018 edition of the Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival was one for the books on many levels. Suffice to say, the headliners in The Weeknd, Florence and the Machine and Janet Jackson gave solid outstanding performances that lived up to the audience's anticipation for each artist. There weren't the Coachella-staple surprise guest artists on the Lands End stage but each artist brought the flare and excitement that complemented the day's lineup. The Taste of the Bay Area continues to lead other festivals in its showcase of the amazing indigenous culinary, as there were long lines

TOP 12 Artists To See at Outside Lands 2018

August in San Francisco is the traditionally the foggiest time of year where the weather is brisk and the nights can get chilly. It’s also the time of year when Golden Gate Park transforms into the location of Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival, now in its eleventh year. This year’s lineup stands out for bringing in two female headliners in the legendary Janet Jackson along with Florence + the Machine, as The Weeknd headlines the first day. Festival attendees will get its first look at a new experience this year in Grass Lands that will showcase a brand new

REVIEW: Boston Calling 2018 – Festival Grows from Modest Beginnings

Boston Calling used 2018 to prove it has come quite a long way. From it's modest beginnings as a more indie affair in Government Center, to contender for festival lineup of the year at Harvard's Athletic Complex, this years edition featured plenty of things to boast about. Walking into the festival for anyone who hadn't been since the location moved, it could be a little overwhelming with the amount of things to do. The weekend was one for the books, featuring show stopping sets from the likes of Paramore, Queens of the Stone Age, St. Vincent, and Eminem to name