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Riot Fest Chicago 2016 Daily Schedule Is Out

posted by Oscar August 30, 2016

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We all know #RiotFestSucks, so how about a little something to have you complain about it some more? Well today we finally get the daily schedule for Riot Fest Chicago, featuring tons of sweet, delicious time conflicts between some of our favorite acts playing this year!

These are some of toughest set overlaps we’re going to be fighting over:

  • Friday: Ween vs. Refused; The Flaming Lips vs. NOFX vs. Highly Suspect
  • Saturday: Motion City Soundtrack vs. The Hold Steady; The Hives vs. GZA; Death Cab For Cutie vs. Method Man & Redman; Nas vs. Morrissey
  • Sunday: Dee Snider vs. Juliette Lewis & The Licks vs. Andrew W.K.; The Julie Ruin vs. Joey Bada$$; Jake Bugg vs. Deftones; Rob Zombie vs. Sleater-Kinney vs. Death Grips

Check out the schedule in full here. For real tho, #RiotFestSucks. See y’all there.

Some tickets are still available, so get yours now: riotfest.org/chicago/tickets/

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Riot Fest 2016 Lineup Announced feat. Morrissey, Sleater-Kinney, Deftones, Nas

posted by Oscar May 18, 2016

Riot Fest Chicago 2016

Fuck yes, it’s Riot Fest announcement day! The first wave of the 2016 lineup announcement delivered big news today, revealing the acts heading to Denver and Chicago this coming September 2-4 and 16-18, respectively. Joining the reunited Misfits are Morrissey, Jane’s Addiction (Denver only; performing Ritual de lo Habitual), Death Cab For Cutie, Sleater-Kinney (Denver only), Rob Zombie, Nas, Deftones, and Tyler the Creator.

Some of the other dope acts playing fest are Ween, Death Grips, Vince Staples, Jimmy Eat World, Jake Bugg, The Hives, Chevy Metal, Method Man & Redman, Joey Bada$$, Gwar (of course),  and Highly Suspect.

We must note that, though it has just about all of the lineup already, this is just the first wave. Both the Chicago and Denver stops of the fest are yet to reveal a headliner, so that’s something to keep an eye out for. Fingers crossed on Rage Against The Machine…

See the full first wave for Chicago above and look below to catch Denver’s roster. Continue Reading

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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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Video: Arcade Fire, The Black Keys, Metallica, Jack White Play Glastonbury 2014

posted by Oscar June 30, 2014

The biggest music festival in the “home country” took place this past weekend with huge performances from the likes of Arcade Fire, The Black Keys, Jack White (playing “Lazaretto” above), Metallica and Lana Del Rey. Some of the other notable names on the bill included MGMT, Sam Smith, St. Vincent, HAIM, Warpaint, and James Blake.

See some of our favorite clips, captured by the BBC in HD, from this year’s Glastonbury Festival below. Continue Reading

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The Black Keys Announce the ‘Turn Blue’ World Tour

posted by Oscar May 8, 2014

The Black Keys are set to release their latest album, Turn Blue, next week and today they’ve announced the North American dates for the supporting Turn Blue World Tour. The tour will feature three different opening acts; Cage The Elephant opening on the September dates, Jake Bugg opening October and November dates, St. Vincent handling December. Pre-sale begins Tuesday, May 13th at 10am local. General on sale starts Friday, May 16th at 10am local. For ticket links, click here: http://theblackkeys.com/tour.

For access to the pre-sale, pre-order Turn Blue from the band’s official website. Note:  Pre-orders from iTunes or any other retailers will not grant access to the tour pre-sale.

See all the dates below and the announcement video above. Continue Reading

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Glastonbury 2014 Lineup adds Jack White, Skrillex, Robert Plant, Chance The Rapper

posted by Oscar April 4, 2014

Glastonbury-2014

Today it was announced that this year’s lineup for Glastonbury has added huge acts in Jack White, Skrillex, Pixies, Robert Plant, M.I.A., Danny Brown and (long-time POD favorite) Chance The Rapper, which already boasted the likes of Arcade Fire, Black Keys, Warpaint, Lana Del Rey, Dolly Parton, Disclosure, and Blondie.

The iconic festival takes place from June 25 to June 29 in Pilton, England. Tickets sold out in record time (back in October 2013!) but a resale of canceled/refunded tickets will be held on April 24 (more info here).

You can see the full lineup in the poster above or see them below.

**Hey, Chano, if you need a roadie for this trip or whatever, hit me up! Continue Reading

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Video: Jake Bugg – “Messed Up Kids”

posted by Oscar March 25, 2014

Jake Bugg’s released a new video for his single, “Messed Up Kids.” The track will be part of a 4-track EP available on vinyl and iTunes that will feature three previously unreleased tracks from the Shangri La recording sessions including: “A Change In The Air,” “Strange Creatures” and ‘The Odds.”

The visuals are in black and white with plenty of slow-mo and it revolves around exactly what the song’s title says. See that above.

Pre-order the ‘Messed Up Kids’ EP on iTunes: http://po.st/MUKt and on vinyl from the Official Store: http://po.st/MUKvy

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Bonnaroo 2014 Lineup: Kanye West, Elton John, Arctic Monkeys, Jack White, Frank Ocean

posted by Oscar February 20, 2014

Bonnaroo 2014 Lineup

Last night, one of America’s most important festivals announced its lineup and it’s one for the ages. While this one isn’t one of the 40 fests a reunited OutKast would perform at, it does however feature the like of Kanye West, Arctic Monkeys, Jack White, Frank Ocean, Vampire Weekend and the legendary Elton John. Also making appearances in Manchester, TN between June 12-15th will be Phoenix, Chance The Rapper, Neutral Milk Hotel, Ms. Lauryn Hill and many more.

On the comedy side you can see the likes of Ed Helms, Taran Killam and Hannibal Buress. See the full list in the poster above.

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Video: Jake Bugg – “Happy Xmas (War Is Over)” in the Christmas Live Lounge

posted by Oscar December 19, 2013

Jake Bugg took part in BBC Radio 1’s Christmas Live Lounge and performed a cover of the holiday classic, “Happy Xmas (War Is Over),” by fellow Englishman John Lennon. In the middle of playing “Happy Xmas,” Bugg included a verse from another song penned by the former Beatle, the very non-Christmas yet very powerful, “Working Class Hero.”

The performance altogether came out excellently and you can see that clip above.

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Video: Jake Bugg – “Slumville Sunrise” (Acoustic)

posted by Oscar November 23, 2013

Jake Bugg released his latest album, Shangri La, earlier this week and the young Brit is already out on the road playing new cuts to help promote it. Bugg played a secret gig at Nottingham’s The Maze in early November and there he performed the track “Slumville Sunrise” with only his acoustic guitar and his vocals doing all the work.

The result is still pretty cool and you can see it in the video shown above.

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Jake Bugg – “What Doesn’t Kill You” (Acoustic)

posted by Oscar November 20, 2013

Jake Bugg What Doesn't Kill You

Jake Bugg’s sophomore album (Shangri La) dropped yesterday, 11/19, and today we get an acoustic version of lead single, “What Doesn’t Kill You.” The song, in its original version, is a Punk-y track that packs a good punch and this stripped down acoustic version stays true to that while showcasing Bugg’s vocal abilities and his guitar work under minimal production. It was good but, for someone who’s a sucker for guitar solos, I wish Bugg would have added one on this version.

Hear it over at Pigeons & Planes.