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After announcing the 2019 iteration of the festival back in August, Damian Lazarus‘ Day Zero festival attendees are in for some good news. The party in the Mexican jungle has just announced a heavy slate of lineup additions.
With a strong billing featuring Black Coffee, Bedouin, DJ Tennis, and Blond:ish, Day Zero beefs up its roster of selectors with sets from Four Tet, Visionquest founder Shaun Reeves, DJ Three, and the Mayan Warrior Soundsystem. With this growth in the lineup, the festival has also announced that the music will now take place across two stages, with art and light installations lining the jungle path between. A true boutique festival, Day Zero’s pristine location and fresh lineup makes this an event not to miss.
For the past week, the collective imagination of the internet has been captured by the story of one Jered Threatin, a metalhead with big dreams who managed to con his way into a European tour despite having no actual fans. Threatin bought Facebook likes, YouTube views, and event RSVPs, faked live … More »
Meek Mill plans to release a new album on November 30, Vogue reports. The project will be Meek’s first full-length since his high-profile release from prison in April. As several publications have exhaustively reported, the Philadelphia rapper was sentenced by an unusually overbearing (and allegedly corrupt) judge to two-to-four … More »
A bunch of older Jeopardy! episodes recently went up on Netflix, including a 2013 Tournament Of Champions entry in which 9-time winner Jason Keller talks about meeting up with the Magnetic Fields’ Stephin Merritt after his initial appearances on the show in 2011. “The Magnetic Fields, an indie group… Their lead … More »
Are y’all familiar with the saga surrounding “The Watcher,” the mysterious stalker who terrorized a family with eerily specific letters after they purchased a million-dollar home in a fancy New Jersey suburb? If you haven’t read The Cut’s new feature about the yearslong ordeal, I cannot recommend it enough. Come for the creepy … More »