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

Top 18 Songs of 2018

As the genre lines continued to blur in 2018, lots of great music was released by fresh new faces and the familiar with new tunes. It was a banner year for newer artists like Billie Eilish and Greta Van Fleet and a solid start for Snail Mail and The Aces. Odesza started 2018 off with a bang that saw them play numerous festivals, sold out arenas and a coveted placement in that famous cell phone ad over the summer. The return of The 1975 and twenty one pilots stirred up their rabid fanbases as they geared up for their new

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

VIDEO: INTERVIEW – ABIR Talks ‘Mint’, Musical Career Path

Up and coming singer/songwriter ABIR released her debut EP, Mint, on October 19, 2018 to much anticipation led by the track "Young & Rude", which has already achieved over a million streams online. The Morocco-born vocalist came to the U.S. at six, growing up in Arlington, VA with a passion for music that started at a very young age, having participated in numerous competitions and talent shows since the fourth grade. Focused on a career in music, ABIR began writing her own songs in high school and would spend time trying to book gigs and build industry

PHOTO REVIEW: Big Wild Impresses as Co-headliner with Louis The Child in San Francisco 12/6/2018

Electronic producer and artist Big Wild aka Jackson Stell, has been on a rise and with the impending release of his debut album, Superdream (out February 1, 2019), his future is bright. This much was evident as he co-headlined with Louis the Child in San Francisco. The set was demonstrative of his evolution from the hip-hop beats that influenced his early work to the cinematic melodies and deep 80's-wave sound that represent the most recent work as Big Wild. Big Wild staples like "When I Get There", "Empty Room" and "I Just Wanna" were met with a

Ashlee Simpson + Evan Ross Announce Select North American Tour Dates

Ashlee Simpson and Evan Ross released their self-titled debut EP in October and recently released an acoustic video of their song “I Do”. The duo, who are also married, star in their own docu-series, Ashlee + Evan, which takes viewers behind-the-scenes on their relationship, making music and raising a family. The series was inspired by the couple's desire to document making music together and gives insight in making the EP, which was produced by Verdine White of Earth, Wind & Fire. Early next year, the pair will take their live show on the road, performing in select

Top 5 Songs of the Week: ON-REPEAT – The Beaches, Smino + More

Lots of great music to spotlight this week in our Top 5 that's been "On-Repeat". Canadian band, The Beaches have had a great 2018, having won the 2018 Juno Award for Breakthrough Group and been on tour quite extensively to support their debut album, Late Show. While on the road, the band got inspired by a previous trip to Berlin. The result was the track, "Fascination" that was just released this past week. Panda Bear announced that he'll be releasing his sixth studio album, Buoys, February 8, 2019. The producer/DJ satiates fans with a new

Top 5 Songs Of The Week “On-Repeat”

Easy to sample and easy to get hooked on, we've got this week's Top 5 tracks that we have On-Repeat. The new one from Marina Diamandis is finally out, as the popular vocalist comes back with another collaboration with Clean Bandit and this time adds Luis Fonsi for the track "Baby". The track is on the upcoming "Deluxe" edition of What is Love? by Clean Bandit that comes out November 30, 2018. King Princess may be currently on tour in Australia but the singer/songwriter from New York is still working material for a debut album. In the

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

PHOTO REVIEW: Austin City Limits 2018 Weekend One

The 2018 edition of Austin City Limits was highly anticipated ever since the lineup was announced earlier in the year with much of the buzz on iconic headliners in Paul McCartney and Metallica. The festival also boasted many high quality names including Arctic Monkeys, Odesza, Travis Scott and Justice. An unforeseen injury to Childish Gambino caused him to cancel not only his appearance at ACL but also his remaining tour dates. Festival organizers recovered well by adding French quartet Phoenix and Lil Wayne to the first and second weekends respectively. The first weekend went off without

PHOTO REVIEW: Inaugural Adult Swim Festival

Last weekend Adult Swim hosted its inaugural music/comedy fest, the aptly named, Adult Swim Festival. The two-day festival featured an eclectic mix of music: guttural metal-punk, backpack rap and a healthy dose of hipster faves. On the comedy side of things, there were some pretty noteworthy comedians, with Hannibal Buress being the most familiar stand-up. Presumably, the common theme of the weekend was the nebulous relationships between the artists and the adult-oriented offshoot from Cartoon Network. The majority of the artists have worked on Adult Swim shows or contributed to the Adult Swim’s singles program which has been releasing songs

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