Last night, Sean Penn hosted the 10th annual gala for his charity CORE, which started after the 2010 Haiti earthquake and aims to help out an area after it is struck by a natural disaster. The event took place at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles. More »
Spain’s Primavera Sound is ringing in its 20th anniversary in style, backed by a lineup that’s bursting at the seams with genre-crossing talent. This year’s billing includes performances from Tyler, The Creator, Disclosure, Massive Attack, Beck, Squarepusher, Young Thug, Brockhampton, The Strokes, Floating Points, Caribou, and so many more.
The festival runs June 3 – 7 at Barcelona’s Parc Del Forum. Organizers are also eyeing plans for an international expansion, planting a flag in Los Angeles for a fall edition slated for September 19 – 20. Additional star power on the 2020 lineup comes by way of scheduled performances by Black Coffee, BLOND:ISH, Bad Bunny, 100 Gecs, Lana Del Rey, Ben UFO, Kacey Musgraves, and others. Tickets for Primavera Sound go on sale on January 16 at 10:00 a.m. local time.
The lineup for this year’s Primavera Sound in Barcelona has been announced! We already knew Pavement would be there, but they’ll be joined by big headliners like Tyler the Creator, Lana Del Rey, The National, Beck and Bauhaus.
They’ll also be joined by LIVE favorites like King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard, Yo La Tengo, black midi, Kurt Vile, Mavis Staples and much, much more.
Check out the full lineup below.
Beck and St. Vincent have been in each other’s orbit quite a lot recently. They were tapped to play with the remaining members of Nirvana last week at a special reunion show, and they both will perform at the Grammys later this month during an all-star tribute for Prince. And now … More »
The Grammys will honor the late Prince with an all-star tribute concert. Rolling Stone reports that St. Vincent, Usher, Foo Fighters, Beck, Alicia Keys, Chris Martin, Mavis Staples, H.E.R., Earth, Wind & Fire, Gary Clark, Jr. and Juanes are all among the performers tapped for the event. More »
The surviving members of Nirvana reunited on Saturday night at the Art Of Elysium Gala in Los Angeles. The performance featured Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic, and Pat Smear playing a five-song set. The last time the three of them played together was in 2018. They were joined by some special guest … More »
A week and a half ago, Beck released Hyperspace, the glimmering and melancholy pop album that he largely recorded with Pharrell Williams. Beck is now making the promotional rounds, but he’s doing what he can to make those promotional rounds interesting. For instance, for his big late-night performance of the moody synthpop single “More »
Beck has been making the press rounds in support of his new album Hyperspace: asserting that he’s not actually a Scientologist, sharing fun tidbits from the ’90s involving Aphex Twin and Dumb & Dumber, that sort of thing. Now, his run through the interview circuit has taken a depressing … More »
Famous Scientologist Beck claims that he is not, in fact, a Scientologist. “I think there’s a misconception that I am a Scientologist,” he says in a new profile in The Sydney Morning Herald. “I’m not a Scientologist. I don’t have any connection or affiliation with it. My father has been a Scientologist for … More »
The Beck of the 21st century is a serious artiste. Although he’ll always be known as the guy who made “Loser” and Odelay, since the turn of the millennium, the Scientologist slacker icon’s two defining works have been 2002’s sorrowful, string-laden breakup opus Sea Change and 2014’s Morning Phase, the contented Sea Change … More »