Intersect Music Festival – Day 2
The second and final day of the Intersect Music Festival in Las Vegas, featuring performances by Anderson Paak, Brandi Carlile, Leon Bridges, Spoon, Japanese Breakfast, and Miya Folick.
(For a full gallery of Foo Fighters, check out the pics here.)
Anderson .Paak at The Forum, Los Angeles
Anderson .Paak continues his Best Teef In The Game Tour by invading the Forum in Los Angeles. With multiple guests such as Thundercat and Earl Sweatshirt to name a few, Anderson .Paak electrified Los Angeles rhyme after rhyme including 2 encores.
Boston Calling 2018
The ninth edition of Boston Calling Music Festival which took place May 25-28 brought people from throughout the Northeast, across the country and abroad to enjoy a diverse weekend of music, comedy, and film on the athletic fields and complexes at Harvard University.
Thundercat at Terminal West
Thundercat at Irving Plaza
Week in Pop: Body Song, Scarves, Tom Brosseau
Kera & the Lesbians, Oddnesse, Swamp Meat, Ty Richards, guest selections by Esmé Patterson.
Coldcut Returns with “Only Heaven”
The first track from the duo in years
Week in Pop: Banny Grove, Beasteater, Mean Jolene
ACTORS, Black Ferns, Chairman Dances, Rodney Cromwell, guest selections by Sammus.
Week in Pop: Boy Romeo, ETA, iji, Sarah P.
Henry Hall, Mark Cone, Sexy Dex & The Fresh, Swan Lingo, guest selections by Total Slacker.
Afropunk announces 2016 Brooklyn lineup
We got two words for you: Downtown Boys.
Treefort announces second wave of lineup
More real with additions like Thundercat, Pictureplane, and La Luz.
Best of Festivals and Hype 2015
Our favorite images taken at the front lines during festivals all around the US and abroad.
Afropunk Festival 2015: Day 2
Afropunk 2015 comes to an end with sets by Gary Clark Jr., Petite Noir, Thundercat, Lenny Kravitz, and others.
Pickathon 2015: Day 2
Pickathon continues with sets by Ex Hex, tUne-yArDs, Kevin Morby, Thundercat, and more.
Open Mike Eagle, Thundercat, and Flying Lotus on Why? With Hannibal Buress
The acclaimed trio dropped “Ziggy Starfish” for the show’s first live performance.