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When the weather is right, there are few places in this country that cultivate a vibe of outdoor-festival revelry quite like Boston. And given the terrible turn taken at the city's signature…   Read Story »
The first considerations when attending a music festival on the beach are sartorial. Do you opt for filp-flops to facilitate the inevitable footwear removal and thereby risk blisters from stomping on…   Read Story »
Last month at the Erasing the Stigma Leadership Awards, Passion Pit frontman Michael Angelakos was awarded the Beatrice Stern Media Award, described as an award for those who use "the power of the…   Read Story »
Both the world-beating, Coachella-resplendent Passion Pit and the world-entering, ascendant Hands have a had busy time in Southern California these past few weeks. I can attest, having caught both…   Read Story »
“It’s the homeland!” one of the girls on the hotel shuttle yelped as we neared the festival. It really begged the question -- who is the most common Coachella archetype? The only data I have to…   Read Story »
The directing team of Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, known collectively as DANIELS, are among the brightest and most reliable entities making music videos today, and their new video for Passion…   Read Story »
This combination makes no sense at all, which is why it makes all the sense in the world: Unhinged Three 6 Mafia goofball rap libertine Juicy J has remixed Passion Pit's sensitive white-soul jam…   Read Story »
The two videos I liked best this week are about reintroducing superstars: One who's been away for a while, one who's barely taken enough time off for anyone to notice it's been a year since he…   Read Story »
Something that's become increasingly apparent in the months since Passion Pit dropped sophomore album Gossamer: Passion Pit are really good at making music videos! Their latest, for the peppy…   Read Story »
Despite Friday's blizzard, Passion Pit played Madison Square Garden in support of their Gossamer tour. Icona Pop and Matt & Kim opened the show, and one wonders how this indie synthpop ticket managed…   Read Story »