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Indeed, this year's Virgin Mobile Festival was totally free, and Richard Branson's attempt to "put a smile on people's faces" totally worked. Aside from those grumbling about the long lines for…   Read Story »
Yesterday there was a free outdoor Girl Talk show in Williamsburg, so naturally it was a nice, quietly controlled time where everyone wore an appropriate amount of clothing. Just describing that show…   Read Story »
Coachella is already the most fashionable of the summer festivals by virtue of its proximity to Los Angeles, so this year the NYT ran with the glam, taking a bagful of high fashion garments and…   Read Story »
Everybody loves Memorial Day weekend, but nobody loves Memorial Day weekend like those that make it to Sasquatch! As friends have returned from their treks across country, they've shared nothing but…   Read Story »
There's no production timetable, but for the eventual Feed The Animals followup, Gregg Gillis says he may "evolve" beyond party trick cut-ups to "individual songs" that include "actual repetition as…   Read Story »
By Amrit Singh & Brandon Stosuy Our trek into Indio went so smoothly this year that we've both become paranoid about something going incredibly wrong at any moment, but so far we've made it through…   Read Story »
We love year-end lists, it's really a shame that no one made any this month. To remedy that, we asked a handful of our favorite artists what music they dug most over the last twelve months. No Age,…   Read Story »
Apple's long-running Mac vs. PC ad campaign may be elitist, but as Videogum points out, "at least they addressed the superiority of their product over the competition, emphasizing the fact that PCs…   Read Story »
Portland Filmmaker Dan Woods got a bunch of sorta-familiar indie rockers to sing "Gardenia," which is a fine backup plan when Stephen Malkmus is too much of a Jick to show up to his own video shoot.…   Read Story »
The great Andy Baio of waxy.org has painstakingly compiled metadata on Girl Talk's latest sample party, using Wiki and Amazon's Mechanical Turk, to create downloadable spreadsheets for your…   Read Story »