The Vegas-birthed band plays Las Rageous Saturday at 6:50 p.m.
Lone band founder and guitarist/songwriter talks festivals, fans and DJ gigs at the Hard Rock.
The Oscar-winning film composer talks stage fright and the "BRUMMMMM" sound from "Inception."
One thing that stuck out more than musical genre parity was the unabashed earnestness of Coachella’s musical slate.
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The Avalanches make their first Vegas visit—and their first impression as a real band.
“Skinny Love” featured Justin Vernon on acoustic guitar with his two drummers backing him—along with 2,000 or so background singers in the crowd.
One thing that stuck out on the fest’s final day: the unabashed earnestness of Coachella’s musical slate and millennial faithful.
"This is probably the happiest-sounding song you’ll ever hear about death," frontman Dan Smith joked.
It was hardly a classic Gaga performance, it was forceful and entertaining—and retained its jawdroppingly enormous audience.
The fest's normally uber-reliable sound system failed three separate times, leaving the band playing without amplification, as fans winced their disappointment.
Goldenvoice has grown the festival map out to accommodate another 25,000 people, which puts estimated attendance at 125,000.
If only Father John Misty’s albums were half as interesting as the man himself.
The idea behind the album was to capture something authentic.
After Robert Pollard went it alone on last year’s Please Be Honest, he takes the opposite approach.