FUN FUN FUN FEST 2012 GUIDE
Fun Fun Fun Fest began in Austin in 2006 as the only genre-based music festival in the country, with each of the four stages featuring a specific mood. While our music taste tends to lean more towards the acts playing the Orange Stage this year (Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros, Santigold, Explosions in the Sky, The Head and the Heart, WHY?, etc.), there’s something for [READ ON]
November 2, 2012
Photo credit: Nina Robinson
Sasquatch! has quickly become one of the very best medium-sized music festivals in the States, all while maintaining its charm and dedication to downright good music. This four-day festival held at the Gorge, a mystifying natural amphitheater in Washington state, during Memorial Day weekend is a masterfully curated showcase [READ ON]
Photo credit: Glide Magazine
Sasquatch! has nearly arrived, which can only mean amazing things for those of us who are lucky enough to have tickets. The annual music festival held at The Gorge in George, Washington has quickly [READ ON]
PRIMAVERA SOUND 2011 AWARDS
Now that I’ve had some time to reflect on my days in Barcelona for Primavera Sound 2011, I’m going to do my absolute best to sum up the experience with [READ ON]
PICTURES FROM PRIMAVERA SOUND 2011
Finally! After hours upon hours of going through the pictures I took in Barcelona last week at Primavera Sound, I’ve narrowed it down to the following band shots, left [READ ON]
WHAT WAS PRIMAVERA SOUND 2011?
For those that aren’t familiar with Primavera Sound, here’s a quick rundown. Primavera Sound is a three day festival (every night from 5PM-5AM) hosted each year for the past decade in Barcelona, Spain, featuring [READ ON]
PRIMAVERA SOUND 2011 FESTIVAL GUIDE
Hola from Spain! I was lucky enough to make the trip over here to Barcelona for Primavera Sound, a music festival featuring some of my absolute favorite bands in the entire world. I’ve put together an official guide to help those who are also in attendance navigate through the madness. I haven’t mentioned every band playing, only [READ ON]
TWHP HEADS TO MOOGFEST 2010
Moogfest 2010 is being covered by Zach Collins:
The Wild Honey Pie will soon be heading to MoogFest 2010, a celebration of the life and legacy of Bob Moog. An electronic music pioneer and inventor of the Moog synthesizer, Moog made Asheville (the location of the festival) his home for the latter part of his life. He also invented several other groundbreaking electronic instruments including the the Minimoog Voyager, the Little Phatty, the Etherwave Theremin, Moogerfoogers, and the newest addition to the Moog lineup, the Moog Guitar.
In addition to being moved from New York City to Asheville this year, the festival will also be expanded to a 3-day event (Oct 29-31). Though the acts will play at different locations throughout the city, the main stages will be the Asheville Civic Center and the Thomas Wolfe Auditorium.
The artists showcased at the festival are not only chosen because they perform on Moog instruments, but also because they capture the creative vibe in their music that Bob Moog created throughout his life. The lineup features many groundbreaking electronic artists as well as several DJs and mashup artists. This years headliners include Devo, MGMT, Thievery Corporation, Massive Attack, Shpongle, and Pretty Lights. As for me I am most excited to see MGMT, Girl Talk, Neon Indian, Mountain Man, Sleigh Bells, and Big Boi. This year should prove to be one heck of an event!
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October 28, 2010