GRiZ is heading back on the road to shout “funk bad vibes” loud and proud across the country. The man behind the artist, Grant Kwiecinski, who just wrote a daring HuffPo OP-ED, has been busy headlining major festivals all over the country amongst rumors that he is working on a new album.
Today, June 26, Grant Kwiecinski has begun rolling out the first phase of his 2017 tour, deemed “Good Will Continue.” The new fall tour comes as a follow-up to his last, “Good Will Prevail,” which, in a lot of ways, was a response to the overwhelming political negativity that was pervading the country during last year’s unlikely presidential campaign.
The man Grant is thus far scheduled to hit major cities along the West Coast primarily, most notably a two-night stop in San Francisco and, not to mention, Suwannee’s Hulaween in Florida. The grueling one-month long tour schedule does not skip a beat or miss a day from 10/11- 11/11 — reflective of the kind of artistic intensity for which Grant seems to live.
The ability to create the perfect playlist is not a skill many people possess. But if enough people come together to collaborate on the effort, the perfect playlist can be achieved.
To help the music and party communities in their unyielding effort Spotify has partnered with Facebook Messenger to help its users bring their diverse music tastes together and meet everyone’s playlist needs.
The new feature, called Group Playlists for Messenger, combines the best of Spotify and Facebook Messenger together so users can curate and listen to group playlists.
“Ideal for parties, road trips, or simply collecting new favorites, Group Playlists provide a seamless way for users to collaborate and share music more easily than ever before,” the company said of the new feature.
In Facebook Messenger, users can click on “+” button to open Spotify, where they can create a playlist and add songs. From there, they’re able to easily share it with friends, who can access and add to it.
Gearing up for her forthcoming sophomore album, Alison Wonderland announces the third iteration of her warehouse party series – but this time with a spooky twist.
The four-date ‘Wonderland Scarehouse Project’ tour will take place in remote farmhouse locations across Australia and New Zealand, touching down in Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney and Auckland across late November and into mid-December. The project’s official website explains that these very special shows will be “completely off the grid, only accessible by a dedicated compulsory phantom bus service.” Wonderland continues,
“The ‘WonderlandWarehouseProject’ was one of my most favourite things to play and curate, it was basically a look into my mind. This will be the next step. As someone who is a music lover for me shows are a way to escape the real world and I want everyone who comes to leave with the same experience.”
While the full lineup has yet to be revealed, Wonderland promises big names and “no neighbours, no lockouts, no escape” from the eerie new project. Head to the event’s official website to grab tickets when they are released, June 28 at 10am.