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Glastonbury 2016 Lineup Announced, feat. Adele, LCD Soundsystem, Beck, Disclosure

posted by Oscar March 29, 2016

Glastonbury 2016

Another one of the world’s biggest music events of the year has revealed its 2016 lineup. The UK’s Glastonbury Festival will welcome artists like Adele, LCD Soundsystem, Coldplay, Muse, Jeff Lynne’s ELO, and Disclosure to Worthy Farm in Pilton, England this coming June 22-26.

Other notable acts on the bill are acts that we’ve featured on POD like Beck, Santigold, Vince Staples, AlunaGeorge, Hinds, CHVRCHES, Kurt Vile, Wolf Alice, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Jake Bugg, and Mac DeMarco. Check out the full 2016 lineup in the poster above, designed by Radiohead artist Stanley Donwood.

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POD Photos: The Dopest Sights of SXSW 2016

posted by Oscar March 26, 2016

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This time last week we were partying it up at showcases that featured a mix of the best veteran stars and some of the most exciting up-and-coming acts on the planet, brought together to play at the iconic annual festival, SXSW.

Much like in previous years, we spread the team out to experience shows from artists of all sorts of genres and we wound up with a healthy mix of acts that we’ve seen perform before, and musicians that we were finally going to see in a live setting. The collection of artists that we saw at SXSW included the likes of John Legend, Rae Sremmurd, Bas, Towkio, The Kills, Vince Staples, Deftones, CHVRCHES, Cozz, Mike Golden, and Mick Jenkins, just to name a few.

After going through literally hundreds of pics, we put together this compilation for ya to peep. Look below to check out our gallery of the Dopest Sights of SXSW 2016. Continue Reading

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Wayhome Music Festival 2016 Lineup Announced, feat. LCD Soundsystem, Arcade Fire, The Killers

posted by Oscar February 9, 2016

Wayhome Fest 2016

The second installment of Canada’s WayHome Music & Arts Festival will be hitting Oro-Medonte, ON from July 22nd to the 24th and today we get to learn the lineup. The headliners are the recently reunited LCD Soundsystem, Canadian icons Arcade Fire, and The Killers.

Also on the bill are Major Lazer, M83, FKA twigs, Future, The Arcs, and Vince Staples. See the full lineup above.

Tickets to WayHome go on sale Tuesday, February 16th at Noon EST. Get them on the festival’s website.

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Conan Announces The 2016 Bonnaroo Lineup; feat. Pearl Jam, LCD Soundsystem, Tame Impala

posted by Oscar January 19, 2016

Conan was given the task of exclusively announcing the lineup for the 2016 edition of Bonnaroo. Some of the lineup had already leaked last week but now we get confirmation for the acts hitting Manchester, TN from June 9-12. The headliners are Pearl Jam, Dead & Company (performing 2 sets, and LCD Soundsystem. Among the other performers that will play the festival are Tame Impala, J. Cole, Chvrches, Miguel, HAIM, Father John Misty, Band Of Horses, Purity Ring, Kurt Vile & The Violators, Blood Orange, Vince Staples, Fidlar, Natalie Prass, and Twin Peaks.

The comedians lineup is also quite good with Judd Apatow & Friends, Adam Devine (Workaholics), and a “Goddamn Comedy Jam” too.

Tickets go on sale this Friday. See the full lineup in the fest poster below.  Continue Reading

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Coachella 2016 Lineup Announced, feat. Guns N’ Roses, LCD Soundsystem, ASAP Rocky

posted by Oscar January 4, 2016

Coachella 2016

The Coachella 2016 lineup has been unveiled and, as early reports indicated, both Guns N’ Roses and LCD Soundsystem will be reuniting to headline the festival.

The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival will be held from April 15-17 and April 22-24 in Indio, California. The rest of the lineup includes artists that we support like A$AP Rocky, The Arcs, Ellie Goulding,  Jack Ü, Ice Cube, Disclosure, James Bay, Calvin Harris, Major Lazer, Rancid, Vince Staples, Joey Bada$$, Courtney Barnett, and Run The Jewels. It’s pretty safe to safe this one’s going to be a killer festival.

Check out the full lineup in the poster above.

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Video: CHVRCHES – “Clearest Blue” (Live on The Late Late Show)

posted by Alberto December 16, 2015

The beautiful Lauren Mayberry and the rest of CHVRCHES hit the Late Late Show stage last night to perform “Clearest Blue” off of their recent release, Every Open Eye. They absolutely killed their performance of the track. If you’re planning on being in Chicago this New Year’s Eve, be sure to check them out at React’s Reaction NYE festival in Rosemont.

Tickets still available HERE.

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Event: Reaction NYE 2015 Lineup Has Been Announced 

posted by Alberto October 15, 2015

  
React is throwing a massive party come New Years Eve and we advise you to not miss out on this party! The lineup is just insane. Skrillex, deadmau5, Chano, Run The Jewels, CHVRCHES, Purity Ring, Thundercat and many more will gracing the stage at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont. Tickets for the two day party can be picked up HERE. Check out the announcement video below. 

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Album Stream: CHVRCHES – ‘Every Open Eye’

posted by Oscar September 21, 2015

CHVRCHES - Every Open Eye

CHVRCHES are set to release their new album Every Open Eye this coming September 25th via Glassnote Records but today the band are giving the world a preview by streaming in full via NPR.

The Scottish outfit previously released cuts like “Clearest Blue,” “Leave A Trace,” and “Never Ending Circles.” Stream the album below. Continue Reading

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Video: Muse – “Lies” (CHVRCHES Cover) Live in the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge

posted by Oscar September 11, 2015

Following that excellent appearance by FKA twigs on the show, the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge welcomed the English band Muse and had them to do a cool cover of their own. Matthew Bellamy and crew chose CHVRCHES’ “Lies,” and their version is pretty damn sweet re-imagining of the track as an 80’s-like production (hear the original here).

Check out the live cover above.