Looks like we have something to look forward to! Bonnaroo, located in Manchester, TN, will be going down from June 11-14, and it doesn’t look like something to miss. Catch the lineup after the jump.
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Live Nation, you’re such a heartbreaker. According to Billboard, the Live Nation website briefly listed a January 30 on-sale date for a June 18 Phish show outside of Pittsburgh. Continue reading
Bonnaroo is coming back to Manchester, TN this June, from the 11-14.
Relix has released a free download of “Funky Bitch”, featuring Jimmy Herring, from the eight-CD “At The Roxy” box set.
So here’s the deal. The first Monday of every month, I’m going to post a playlist, and keep that entry on the frontpage for the whole month. That playlist is going to have one song for every day of that month.
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For those of us who couldn’t get Hampton tickets, last night was a close second.
“A musical incident”, as described by JamBase writer Greg Gargulio, was released today by SCI Fidelity. Hammerstrike, Lotus‘ most recent release, is a combination of computerized beats, indie-inspired piano, and of Montreal-reminiscent vocals.
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Tagged age of inexperience, behind midwest storefront, bellwether, fox theatre, hammerstrike, hampton, lotus, mercury lounge, nomad, phish, the strength of weak ties, theatre of living arts