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Long lines, Coachella consumerism and focusing on the music at the festival's Yuma Tent.
Things "got weird" with OutKast, Swedish experimentalists The Knife confuse the crowd, and other musings from the Southern California music fest.
The British bros have rescheduled their Brooklyn Bowl date for August 6.
Festival veterans Spencer Patterson and Mike Prevatt recommend a few acts worth leaving Vegas to see.
Buy Robert Randolph a beer and he just might play his guitar with the glass.
Introduce yourself to Ed and his bandmates, who play some of the most imaginative modern rock coming out of the U.K.
Three acts, three venues. Call it playing country connect the dots.
He featured Vegas on one of his album covers—and now he's performing here.
The veteran musician talks "happy hardcore," scoring for a French TV show and why the band hasn't been to Vegas since 2003.
I’m still not sure what kept Malkmus fans away tonight. Was it the $20 cover charge? A Wednesday night?
The band's third album boasts more aggressive guitars and drums, speedier tempos and more prominent basslines.
From Mogwai to Bryan Ferry, Chance the Rapper to Lorde.
Sheryl Crow, Gary Allan, Rascal Flatts -- the list just goes on.
If you’re at Extreme Thing and you’re not head-banging, you’re not doing it right.
The man, and his Family Band, take over Brooklyn Bowl this weekend.