REVIEW: Imagine Music Festival Closes Out Summer ’18 HOT

The pink-orange hue of the sunset illuminated the sky. Finally feeling cool after an hot day in Georgia, I made my way through the cool pool. The water only reaching my ankles was coated in inflatable swans and colorful beach balls. The dancing mermaids had just entered the pearl like sphere that swayed over the water; the entire scene was a lot to take in. As they flowed inside the inflated ball, lights and lasers casted mystifying silhouettes enchanting anyone passing through. 16464

B-Sides Top 10: Week Ending 9/16/2018 – twenty pilots On Top, ODESZA Debuts

With less than a month to go, the anticipation for the new album by twenty one pilots continues to grow. Trench, is scheduled to be released on October 5, 2018 via Fueled by Ramen, features "Levitate", which maintains the top spot on our chart. A few notable debuts from Donna Missal, Dillon Francis and ODESZA help shift things around, as the latter come out with the recorded version of "Loyal", a track that the duo had only performed during their live shows. "Jupiter" by Donna Missal is the newest single from her debut album, This Time, which

B-Sides Top 10: Week Ending 8/26/2018 – Billie Eilish Leads Chart, Knox Hamilton Debuts

As summer winds down, lots of tracks on our top 10 could easily be the soundtrack to those memorable moments for the Summer of 18. Billie Eilish leads the way with "You Should See Me In A Crown" tops the chart with twenty one pilots in the runner up spot with "Levitate. The track at #5, "Underwater" is a preview of the new album by Rüfüs Du Sol, Solace that comes out on October 12, 2018. The collaboration of Zhu and Majid Jordan also makes moves up as fans continue to share and stream the track "Coming

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

REVIEW: Electric Forest Only Gets Better

There is so no end to what you can discover at Electric Forest. As one of the most famous music and art festivals, it offers all sorts of things to engage and mesmerize your senses making it hard to stay on track. For eight days, people come together to create a magical atmosphere that revolved around music, art, community, and growth. Providing a magical escape for its 10th year, this mystic festival keeps growing and improving. 16246

B-Sides Top 10: Week Ending 3/24/2018 – Courtney Barnett Maintains Top Spot, Parquet Courts Debut

Courtney Barnett stays on top of our chart with “Nameless, Faceless”, while Superorganism maintains pole position with “Everybody Wants To Be Famous”. Ahead of the April 6th release of her album Awake, Alison Wonderland moves up the chart with “Church”, as does “Loving Is Easy” by Rex Orange County. The new entry this week is the title track of the Danger Mouse-produced album Wide Awake by Parquet Courts. Check out this week's Top 10! 16021

B-Sides Top 10: Week Ending 3/17/2018 – Courtney Barnett Leads Chart, MONA Debuts

Courtney Barnett tackles the top spot on our chart with “Nameless, Faceless” that comes from her forthcoming album, Tell Me How You Really Feel, out May 18 via Mom + Pop Records. Fresh off their successful appearance at SXSW, Superorganism vault up to the runner-up position with “Everybody Wants To Be Famous”, as the band continues to tour in support of their recently released self-titled debut album. MONA and Rex Orange County debut in the chart, while Alison Wonderland and the collaboration of ZHU with Tame Impala move upwards. Check out this week's Top 10! 16018

B-Sides Top 10: Week Ending 3/10/2018 – CHVRCHES Top Chart, Alison Wonderland Debuts

CHVRCHES top the chart this week with the track “Get Out,” from their forthcoming album, Love Is Dead. Courtney Barnett takes the runner-up spot with “Nameless, Faceless” from her new album, Tell Me How You Really Feel that comes out in May. Debuts by Alison Wonderland and Zhu with Tame Impala come into the chart as well. Check out this week's Top 10! 16004

Lightning in A Bottle 2018 Returns with Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals, Zhu, Sofi Tukker

The initial lineup for the 2018 edition of Lighting In a Bottle has been announced in phases and includes a list of incredible performers including Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals, Zhu, GRiZ,Fever Ray, The Glitch Mob, Sofi Tukker, Tune-Yards and numerous others. Taking place over the course of 5 days including Memorial Day weekend, May 23-28, 2018, Lightning in a Bottle will once again be at Lake San Antonio in Bradley, CA. The organizer of the event, DoLaB, is bringing back many of the workshops and cultural offerings including over 150 talks and discussions with world-renowned visionaries, experts

B-Sides Top 10: Week Ending 11/11/2017 – Alex Lahey Remains On Top, YUNG BLUD Debuts

Alex Lahey retains the top spot with “Every Day's The Weekend” from her debut LP, I Love You Like A Brother , while Wolf Alice remain locked in the runner-up position. New music comes into the top 10 with “Best Friend” by Sofi Tukker that features NERVO, The Knocks and Alisa Ueno, along with new music from 19 year old YungBlud with "I Love You, Will You Marry Me" from his catchy debut LP, King Charles. Lots of great tunes on the chart this week also includes Lo Moon, the latest from MGMT and more. Check out

B-Sides Top 10: Week Ending 11/4/2017 – Alex Lahey Tops Chart

Alex Lahey tops the B-Sides Top 10 with "Every Day's The Weekend" from her impressive debut LP, I Love You Like a Brother, which was released last month. Wolf Alice takes a step back to the runner-up spot, while Walk the Moon and St. Vincent make moves up and MGMT debuts with the title track from their long-awaited forth-coming album, Little Dark Age. Check out this week's Top 10! 15733

B-Sides Top 10: Week Ending 10/21/2017 – Wolf Alice Remains On Top, St. Vincent Debuts

Wolf Alice stays on top of the chart with “Don’t Delete The Kisses” from their latest LP, Visions of A Life, while Dan Croll and Illenium remain locked in the third and runner-up positions, respectively. New music comes into the top 10 with “Los Ageless” by St. Vincent from her recently released album, Masseduction, as the other new entry comes in at 10 with the collaboration of Carnage and VINAI with “Time For The Techno”. Check out this week's Top 10! 15679

B-Sides Top 10: Week Ending 10/14/2017 – Wolf Alice Tops Chart, ZHU, Lo Moon Debut

After spending some time at the runner-up spot, Wolf Alice moves up to the top spot on the B-Sides Top 10 this week with “Don't Delete The Kisses” from their sophomore album, Visions of a Life. ZHU impressed many during the first weekend at Austin City Limits and his collaboration with Nero, "Dreams" debuts on the chart along with Lo Moon. Alex Lahey and Walk The Moon move up in tandem towards the middle of the chart. Check out this week's Top 10! 15643

ALBUM REVIEW: ZHU – GenerationWhy

Hot off the press! ZHU has dropped his debut album called GenerationWhy. Who is Zhu? He’s a Chinese-American electronic genius that signed to Mind of a Genius label back in 2014. GenerationWhy is his debut album, and ZHU did not fall short of his expectations. Working with huge names like Kaskade and Skrillex he is definitely in the right crowd. As intellectually amusing as the GenerationWhy album's title is the music is ever wittier. When you first drop the needle on the Intro, you feel like you are in some femme fatale nightclub scene where it’s about to go down. The