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The common refrain about Coachella dictates: "It's not about the music, man, it's about the festival experience." With the dance/sex tents in full swing, dozens of corporate-sponsored hideaways at…   Read Story »
Trent Reznor is a busy man these days. Along with a new Nine Inch Nails line-up hitting the festival circuit this year, Reznor is playing some dates with his band How to destroy angels_ which…   Read Story »
SpaceGhostPurrp doesn't really scream Sunday brunch hour entertainment, but he and his crew Raider Klan were one of the acts to kick off Day 3 of Coachella. Yet, he, Key Nyata, and the whole lot of…   Read Story »
Brooklyn dream-poppers DIIV are among the many, many buzzed-about bands playing about 52 shows apiece in Austin this week for SXSW. And they're probably not the only ones who aren't happy about this…   Read Story »
Obviously, the best music-related video of the past seven days is the yelling goats remix of Taylor Swift's "I Knew You Were Trouble," and the second best is Wale attempting to fight a Toronto…   Read Story »
DIIV have unveiled a video for their monster track "Wait." Try not to get too mad at me for saying this, but the clip grabs a lot from Lana Del Rey's wheelhouse. I know the Instagram filter-tinged,…   Read Story »
Fresh off of walking away with this year's Best New Artist Gummy Award, DIIV made their network television debut last night with a "Doused." Dave gives DIIV a "Fantastic." Watch it below. (via…   Read Story »
The Gummys! We're still in it! So far this week you've crowned M.I.A. & Romain Gavras's "Bad Girls" with this year's Gummy for Best Video, and Japandroids' "House That Heaven Built" as this year's…   Read Story »
When in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to select the rising bands which have connected them, someone wrote a long time ago. Or, something close to that. Here's what…   Read Story »
Yesterday, Portland's MusicFestNW wrapped up five days of concerts at over a dozen venues throughout the city. Among the acts who performed were Passion Pit, Beirut, Girl Talk, Dinosaur Jr., Flying…   Read Story »