Sorry if I offend you.
Behind a tent in the media village, Johnny Pierce and I huddled around a TasCam as the first sets of the weekend poured out from the Grant Park stage behind us.
This was something I was not prepared for and I don’t know if there is any way that anyone could ever be.
Sitting across from me in his denim jacked adorned with sharpie drawings, a bright red manicure, and an eclectic mix of rings on his fingers, 20-year-old singer-songwriter Goody Grace got real about his inspirations, his first round of festivals, and how he ended up making a song with the Neon Icon himself.
We met up with Wingtip, aka Nick Perloff-Giles ,ahead of his set at Lollapalooza. The producer, who has been featured on Spotify’s “Young & Free” playlist and just signed to Republic Records, played his first Lollapalooza set last Saturday.
Since 1986, Culture Shock has been the Coachella of Bloomington (except cooler and FREE). For the 31st year in a row, it returned to Dunn Meadow this past April.
Someone made the grave mistake of scheduling your favorite bro’s favorite trashcan music man at the same time as your favorite bro’s favorite philanthropic gospel rapper.
Before we had the reliability and subscription costs of Spotify and Apple Music, we had the highly illegal, but very free Limewire.
LA based producer Dirty Audio will be taking on Perry’s Stage Sunday at 1 PM to give you that last dose of dub.
We’re headed up to Chicago this week to cover the 26th Lollapalooza and topping our list of must see artists is Ephwurd. The duo, made up of DJs Datsik and Bais Haus, is making their Lollapalooza debut this Saturday on Perry’s Stage.