A couple years ago, a kid stopped Ezra Koenig in the street and said, “Oh, you’re the dude who made that album.” … More »
Just months before its annual event, Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival has officially released its 2020 lineup. Popular artists, such as Miley Cyrus, the 1975, Vampire Weekend, and Lana Del Rey are scheduled to perform at this incredible event. Additionally, some of our favorite dance music artists are also featured on the lineup, such as
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The Governor’s Ball Music Festival 2020 lineup is set to be released soon, though the beans may have spilled prematurely with a the festival’s rumored headliners surfacing early. According to Consequence of Sound, among the names leaked are Tame Impala, Vampire Weekend, Stevie Nicks, and Miley Cyrus. Solange, Flume, and H.E.R. will also appear at the 2020 iteration of the festival, which is set to be the Governor Ball’s 10th anniversary event.
2020 would mark a return for Tame Impala who made their Governor’s Ball debut in 2014. It will be Nicks, Cyrus, and Solange’s first time performing at the festival. Flume was recently rumored to also be on the Coachella lineup, which indicates the Skin producer is in store for a festival-heavy spring season.
Governor’s Ball will return to New York City on Randall’s Island from June 5 – 7 on Randall’s Island. Those who still would like tickets to the event can track the next ticket release here.
Via: Consequence of Sound
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Jack Antonoff’s annual benefit show for his charity The Ally Coalition happened on Thursday night at the Town Hall in New York City. Featured guests included Dixie Chicks, Jason Isbell, and Antonoff’s own project Bleachers. And as is usually the case for this show, some previously unannounced special guests made an appearance. More »
Right now, James Corden, star of the movie Cats, is taking a week off of his Late Late Show to film the Netflix movie The Prom. So instead of James Corden, we’re getting a week of Late Late Show episodes with celebrity guest hosts. Thus far, that’s led to a few fun little musical moments: … More »
Within the macro tradition that is year-end list season, we at Stereogum have carved out our own micro tradition: Every December, instead of publishing a staff list of the year’s best tracks, we present a bunch of personally selected top-10 lists from our staffers and contributors. So although our rundown of 2019’s best … More »
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 »
Today, CBS This Morning unveiled the nominations of some of the big Grammy categories. Alicia Keys, who will host this year’s show for the second time, announced the big nominees alongside Bebe Rexha and Gayle King. Below, we’ve got the nominations in the major categories. Album Of The Year: Bon Iver – i,i Lana Del … More »
C.Y.M. is a new collaboration between Vampire Weekend bassist Chris Baio and Fort Romeau’s Mike Greene. Both, naturally, have an affinity for dance music: Baio has two albums worth of dancey tunes under his Baio name and Greene has been putting out lush house music for a long while now, most recently with … More »
When this decade began, MP3s still reigned supreme. Now, at the end of it, a song is no longer even a file — it’s ephemera, on every streaming service and available to hear in myriad ways. For better and worse, the song (and the single) have become the norm for the general public’s music consumption. More »