Primavera Sound Announces Barcelona 2020 Lineup

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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.

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More Grammys 2020 Performers Announced: ROSALÍA, Tyler, The Creator, Aerosmith With Run-D.M.C. & Charlie Wilson

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RosaliaThe Grammys are creeping up on us quite quickly. Thanks to the Oscars moving up their broadcast to 2/9 and the Super Bowl going down 2/2, Music’s Biggest Night™ will be 1/26 at the Staples Center in LA. That’s only 11 days away, so the performer schedule is filling up. More »

Tyler, The Creator Shares IGOR Outtakes “Best Interest” & “Group B”

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Back in May, Tyler, The Creator returned with IGOR, the followup to 2017’s Flower Boy. The album ranked on our list of the best albums of 2019, which makes it good news that it turns out there’s some leftover material from the sessions. More »

BUKU 2020 ticket boasts Flume, Glass Animals, Zeds Dead, and more

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BUKU Music + Art Project has revealed its lineup for the 2020 edition. The New Orleans festival is pegged for this coming fall, March 20-21, 2020. The ninth annual BUKU brings yet another eclectic curation of music’s finest talent across the hip-hop, dance, and rock spectrum.

With Tyler, The Creator, Flume, and Illenium slated as headlining acts, the lineup reaches all niches—ranging from cornerstone DJ characters like Alison Wonderland, Chris Lake, and Zeds Dead to hip-hop’s hottest rappers including Megan Thee Stallion, Run The Jewels, and JPEGMAFIA. The programming proffers a more nuanced touch towards electronic sub-genres, with bass artists like Subtronics, Kayzo, and Space Jesus juxtaposing experimental favorites like Mija and Kaytranada.

General admission pre-sale tickets start at $190.

Pre-sale is available now, here. General on-sale begins tomorrow, December 13.

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The 50 Best Albums Of 2019

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For many of us, 2019 has been a year of flux — politically, culturally, professionally, personally. It’s hard to envision what the future might bring since the recent past has shown us that we don’t know half the things we thought we knew. In unsteady times, music can be a balm and also a mirror. More »

Watch Billie Eilish’s First-Ever Award Show Performance At The AMAs

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All things considered, the rise of Billie Eilish has been pretty quick. Enough so that it would have been weird for her to do the awards show performance circuit last year, but it feels like an inevitability this year after the release of her debut album When We All Fall Asleep, Where DoMore »

Drake claps back after being booed off stage, ‘Sorry kids, see you every year until you are 30’

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By now, you’ve heard that Drake appeared as the surprise headliner at Tyler, The Creator‘s annual Camp Flog Gnaw, and was subsequently booed off stage by overzealous attendees expecting Frank Ocean to cap the festival. Well, if anyone’s in their feelings, it certainly isn’t Drake. The 6 God took his bad night in stride, responding to attendees on Instagram with the type of casual energy only the biggest pop star of the decade could muster. It seems Tyler, The Creator extended his offer pretty considerably—naming Drizzy as Flog Gnaw’s resident headliner for the next 10 years. Drake broke the news via Instagram, claiming,”Plot twist…just signed a 10 year residency at Camp Flog Gnaw sorry kids see you EVERY SINGLE YEAR till you are 30.”

Drake’s historical track record with public beef often finds him getting the last laugh, and with an artist of his stature, at this point it isn’t surprising. Put it this way, if the revelation of a secret child three weeks before an album release can’t stop that record from going five-times platinum, a bunch of salty concertgoers are barely a blip on Drake’s radar. Simply put, the man is likely too powerful to be stopped now.

Drake Booed Offstage In Surprise Appearance At Camp Flog Gnaw

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DrakeIt’s finally happened. Drake has shown up someplace where people are not excited to see him. This past weekend, Tyler, The Creator brought his Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival to Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. As always, the show included a lineup of huge stars, including Tyler, Solange, YG, Earl Sweatshirt, DaBaby, 21 Savage, FKA twigs, … More »

Watch Tyler, The Creator Accept WSJ’s 2019 Music Innovator Award

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Tyler, The CreatorTyler, The Creator was named The Wall Street Journal’s 2019 Music Innovator at the magazine’s annual Innovator Awards at the Museum Of Modern Art in New York last night. The trophy was presented to him by his friend, collaborator, and fellow rapper A$AP Rocky. More »

The 20 Best Music Videos Of The 2010s

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Best-VideosIn the very early days of this century, people would still sometimes watch music videos on television. MTV’s Total Request Live was in its halcyon era in 2000, and the show wouldn’t be cancelled until 2008. Meanwhile, YouTube debuted in 2005, changing the way everyone experienced the music video. So the 2010s are the first … More »