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.
There were a lot of things I enjoyed about my trip to Pitchfork last weekend, but there were also a lot of things I thought could be improved. I decided the beloved ” Over/Under” format made popular by the website that is the fest’s namesake to truly express how I felt.
The lineup at this year’s Pitchfork Music Festival was impressive to say the least and important to say the most.
If you’re reading this and attending Pitchfork tonight, I shouldn’t have to convince you to stay around for ATCQ’s headlining set.
With Pitchfork 24 hours away, it’s time to start jamming to the bands we can’t wait to see!
This lineup can be a little bit daunting if you don’t know who most of the artists are, luckily, I will be your guide through the hipster jungle that is Pitchfork.
The lineup this year at Pitchfork is probably one of the best I’ve seen (last year’s was pretty darn good too). Solange, Cherry Glazerr, Mitski, A Tribe Called Quest, Angel Olsen just to name a few. These names are pretty well known in the college radio sphere, but here are a few of the artists…
Luckily WIUX will be covering the festival this weekend and is here to offer an opinion about what are the best choices for the toughest conflicts.
At three years old, Mamby on the Beach is just baby of a musical festival. One thing is clear though, this
baby is growing fast.
Earlier this summer, WIUX sent Brenden Spangler to the 2017 Bunbury Festival in Cincinnati, Ohio, where he sat down for a brief talk with Tyler Ritter from Moon Taxi.