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14 Aug
2011

Here’s our writer Michael Zonenashvili’s review of the second day of Lollapalooza. All images are provided by the official Lollapalooza Flickr page and most of the videos from the Lollapalooza YouTube page.


Phantogram:

Phantogram by Dave Mead

The last time I saw Phantogram was in a dark, one-hundred person venue. This time, they were the first band I caught on the second day of Lollapalooza. They had the luxury of convincing me that I could stand up and brave the crowds for the second most difficult day. I, on the other hand, had the luxury of seeing a great performance, unhindered by the time slot and bolstered by the addition of a live drummer. Opening with “Running From the Cops,” Phantogram displayed their mix of deep electronic elements, borderline sexy beats, and overwhelming style. The vocals bouncing between Sara and Josh meshed well, the guitar playing was ever subtle yet necessary, and the setlist short and sweet. “Mouthful of Diamonds” was a definite highlight, with the bass resonating regardless of not having walls to bounce off of.



Friendly Fires:

Friendly Fires by Matt Ellis

Everyone seems to only have enough words to write only about Ed MacFarlane’s dancing. Yes, it’s entertaining. Yes, he’s super into it and has great presence. Yet, people tend to leave out an important element about Friendly Fires: Their music translates wonderfully live. Opening with “Lovesick”, the bassline melding with two drummers and a horn section had the crowd half emulating Ed’s dance moves. The guitar layered over the music was perfect, whether through sliding a maraca over the strings or simply providing the sonic bottom layer to the music. Nailing a great mix of both albums in only forty-five minutes, Friendly Fires showed off why they’re so popular in Europe and deserve the same attention in the US. “On Board” built to its breaking point as Ed entered the festival crowd, sending the camera crew on the stage into a frenzy to capture the magic happening off of the stage. “Kiss of Life” closed the performance with one of the most chest pounding outros, a drum jam picking up in tempo over time until nearly the entire band’s limbs were at breakneck speed on their instruments or dancing.



Dom:

Dom is the asshole friend that you have to love. “This song is called Jesus, Hail Satan” began “Jesus.” “This one is called BRO-Chicha” began “Bochicha.” Seemingly unenthused as usual, fitting for the fuzzy indie rock he makes, Dom’s performance was exactly what you’d want. Grabbing from their EP ridden repertoire, the band brings a more garage-y than electronic performance live. Shreddy guitar solos adorned “Living In America” (Dom’s “Creep”, even more unenthused than the other tracks) and the band busted out a cover of The Cure’s “Boys Don’t Cry” made the audience forget that Dom still haven’t put out a full length album, too distracted by this solid live act.



Death From Above 1979:

Death From Above 1979 by Matt Ellis

Sadly, I was only in middle school when the hardcore dance-punk outfit took the music world by storm. At least I read they took the music world by storm. Luckily, now they’re back and I was able to see why they were so relevant when I was only discovering that Radiohead existed. Jesse F. Keeler can make some great sounds with his bass, and he can write some awesome riffs. Seabastian Grainger has the energy to shout and snarl through short, punchy tracks while blast-beating away on a drumset. Perhaps this was the only moshpit I saw at Lollapalooza, and perhaps I would’ve preferred to see this band when they were playing dingy clubs. But, even on an enormous stage the band was loud and ballsy, making a lot of noise for just two people. In nearly the same timeslot I saw the Black Keys play the stage last year, it felt like I was seeing their evil twins. Their evil twins, it seemed, could probably beat them up.



Local Natives:

Local Natives by Dave Mead

Local Natives have it all going for them: stellar harmonies, a phenomenal first release, and an impressive live show. Nailing almost the entirety of Gorilla Manor, planning out the setlist to ebb and flow nicely, Local Natives stayed cool in front of their largest audience to date. The tense moments before the big-riff of “Sun Hands” had the audience waiting for the moment, “Warning Sign” was the closest anyone got to David Byrne all weekend, and “Airplanes” had the audience try to sing in harmony. The band mentioned they’d soon be returning to the studio to record a second album, and strangely I found myself wanting to hear a new song live. Sadly, we didn’t get a taste of what’s to come. Although, we did get another reminder that we should expect nothing less than greatness.



Cee Lo:

Cee Lo by Dave Mead

Cee Lo’s set was my high school prom. A cheesy mix of covers and medleys, and unflattering rearrangements of what the audience wanted to hear. Bookending the set with covers of Danzig’s “Mother” and “Don’t Stop Believing” might say enough of the set, but even songs such as “Crazy” and “Fuck You” seemed like karaoke. Constantly stopping songs to urge us to be louder, the female backing band that seems to have a new member with each appearance, and the god-awful Koopa outfit made Cee-Lo’s set campy beyond belief, a mixtape created by someone to serve up to the crowd at prom.



My Morning Jacket:

My Morning Jacket by Jack Edinger

If you aren’t an avid listener of My Morning Jacket, you were probably at the Eminem stage. If you’re a casual listener of My Morning Jacket, it might not have been the most fun set of the weekend, but it might’ve been the most impressive set before you left to see Eminem/Beirut/Pretty Lights. If you were a My Morning Jacket fan, you made up the most pleasantly uncrowded and enthralled crowd of the weekend. With a couple more inches between fans than the most crowded sets of the weekend, My Morning Jacket put on a show that dispelled any beliefs that they aren’t “Big enough” to headline the festival.


Having claimed that they were the best set of Bonnaroo for the past two months, I wondered if my newfound fandom for the group would be tarnished by them not being as great as I remembered. I was wrong. Going through every single song that absolutely needed to be played, and even combining songs to get through more material(Smokin’ From Shooting/Run Thru), the band put on the best performance of the weekend. Jim James shuffled around, thrashed, headbanged, and even powerslid across the stage while hitting every note, including the high pitched squeals at the end of “Wordless Chorus.”


The extended jams on songs reinforced by beliefs that MMJ is the jam band for those who hate jam bands: the extra eight minutes tacked onto “Dondante” had the audience raising open hands into the air to soak in the solos. Even a broken string on “One Big Holiday” didn’t stop the band from their thunderous outro. Then again, nothing can stop My Morning Jacket: they play for two or more hours in intense heat while wearing suits, sometimes in addition to capes and scarves. And you know what? Those capes and scarves are totally okay.

06 May
2011

One of the world’s most enduringly influential bands, The Cure have today been confirmed to perform for Vivid LIVE at The Sydney Opera House, curated by Modular’s Stephen “Pav” Pavlovic.

Hear how The Cure became the voice of generations with the performance of three releases that etched them into our consciousness.

The Cure will be appearing onstage with a uniquely evolving line-up of band members past and present, The Cure “Reflections” will see the band perform their first three albums live, in their entirety, in an extraordinary concert experience exclusively for Vivid LIVE on May 31 and June 1.

From the punchy, offbeat, starkly unadorned songs of Three Imaginary Boys, through the increasingly shadowy and quixotic pieces of Seventeen Seconds, to the singular melancholic grandeur of Faith, this is a rare chance to experience the origins of one of popular music’s greatest stories.

In a coup for Vivid LIVE, this will be the first, and only, time The Cure perform these albums in succession.

The Cure’s Robert Smith says, “Vivid is an exceptional event, and we are very excited to be taking part. We have played a lot of memorable shows in Australia – we first performed here in 1980, and this will be our seventh trip – but it will be our first time onstage in the Sydney Opera House, and we want to do something unique to mark the occasion … combining Cure members past and present in a live filmed interpretation of our first three albums feels to me like it should do the trick!”

The Cure join the likes of Spiritualized performing Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space in full with a 30 piece orchestra, Bat for Lashes, Chris Cunningham, The Avalanches, Tame Impala, Dom, Sonny Rollins, Yo Gabba Gabba!, Cut Copy, WU LYF, OFWGKTA, 2manydjs, Azari & III, Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, Superbein and Tom Kuntz on the Vivid LIVE 2011 line-up.

Head to www.modularpeople.com for the full program

Background:
* Vivid LIVE at Sydney Opera House (May 27 – June 5) is a curated music festival and the hero event of Vivid Sydney (May 27 – June 13), the city’s annual festival of light, music and ideas.

* Australia’s Stephen “Pav” Pavlovic of Modular has taken the reigns as programmer for this unique event, following on from Lou Reed and Laurie Anderson (2010) and Brian Eno (2009).

29 Apr
2011

KahBang is proud to announce the initial music lineup for the 2011 KahBang music | art | film Festival. The third-annual KahBang will be held August 5th – 13th along the Bangor Waterfront and in multiple venues throughout the historic downtown area. During the festival’s 9-day span, KahBang will showcase over 40 bands on multiple stages along the Waterfront as well as additional performances in Bangor venues, clubs and bars. Additional acts and festival details will follow in the upcoming weeks. A limited quantity of early-bird tickets will go on sale at 10am on April 29th at the festival’s website www.kahbang.com.

2011 boasts KahBang’s most ambitious music lineup to date and will feature a diverse selection of amazing talent from a large spectrum of musical genres to bring a truly unique festival experience to the Northeast. My Morning Jacket will bring their critically acclaimed, Grammy-nominated rock to the Waterfront, with more performances from Chromeo, New-England’s own Grace Potter & The Nocturnals, Atmosphere, Surfer Blood, Atomic Tom, Dom, Evidence, Blueprint, Prof, Maine native Lady Lamb the BeeKeeper as well as a repeat performance from fan-favorites and KahBang alumni, The Gay Blades. Additional artists, film and art festival details and second lineup will be announced in the coming weeks.

KahBang 2011 continues the expansion of the festival in size and scope. Established in 2009, KahBang began as a one-day concert event on the Bangor Waterfront and expanded in 2010 to 9 days with the inclusion of film and art as well as the KahBang @ Night events. KahBang 2011 will be bigger and better than ever, featuring premier indie musical acts, cutting edge film and unique art exhibits through non-stop showcases across the city. KahBang is still accepting music, film and art submissions via our website.

26 Apr
2011

If you happen to be an insomniac like us, you probably caught this already. If you slept (you lucky bastards), here’s the full 2011 Lollapalooza lineup. As always, lineup is subject to change because of denied visas, band breakups, etc. You can pick up your tickets at www.lollapalooza.com. Will it sell out? We don’t think so but who thought Coachella would sell out in one weekend?

Check out the lineup below:


12th Planet
A Perfect Circle
Afrojack
An Horse
Ana Tijoux
Arctic Monkeys
Atmosphere
Beats Antique
Beirut
Best Coast
Big Audio Dynamite
Black Cards
Black Lips
Boy & Bear
Bright Eyes
Busy P
Cage the Elephant
Cee Lo Green
Chico Trujillo
Christina Perri
Chuckie
City and Colour
Cold War Kids
Coldplay
Collie Buddz
Crystal Castles
Cults
Daedulus
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr.
Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley & Nas
Deadmau5
Death From Above 1979
Deftones
Delta Spirit
Disappears
DJ Mel
Dom
Electric Touch
Ellie Goulding
Eminem
Explosions in the Sky
Feed Me
Fences
Fitz & the Tantrums
Flogging Molly
Foo Fighters
Foster the People
Friendly Fires
Girl Talk
Gold Motel
Grace Potter & the Nocturnals
Grouplove
Imelda May
Iration
J. Roddy Walston and the Business
Jackmaster
Jay Electronica
Joachim Garraud
Julia Easterlin
Kerli
Kid Cudi
Kids These Days
Kyle Lucas & Captain Midnite
L1ght
Lady D
Lia Ices
Lissie
Local Natives
Lord Huron
Los Bunkers
Lykke Li
Manchester Orchestra
Maps & Atlases
Mayer Hawthorne & the County
Midnight Conspiracy
Modeselektor
Muse
My Morning Jacket
Noah & The Whale
OK Go
Patrick Stump
PerryEtty vs Chris Cox
Phantogram
Portugal the Man
Pretty Lights
Ratatat
Reptar
Rival Schools
Ruby Jane
Ryan Bingham & The Dead Horses
Ryan Leslie
Sam Adams
Savoy
Skrillex
Skylar Grey
Sleigh Bells
Smith Westerns
Super Mash Bros.
TAB the Band
Tennis
the Bloody Beetroots Death Crew
the Chain Gang of 1974
the Cars
the Drums
the Glitch Mob
the Joy Formidable
the Kills
the Kingston Springs
the Mountain Goats
the Naked and Famous
the Pains of Being Pure at Heart
the Pretty Reckless
the Vaccines
Tinie Tempah
Titus Andronicus
Two Door Cinema Club
Typhoon
Ween
White Lies
Wye Oak
Ximena Saritana
Young Man
Young the Giant

20 Apr
2011

The Worcester pop rock trio Dom played a “hometown” show on Friday at the Paradise Rock Club in Boston. They also played at Newbury Comics the next day for Record Store Day and might be permanently banned from the store for rocking out too hard Our photographer Jennifer Murtha (of FromThePhotoPit.com) was at the Dise to get some really cool shots of the band. Check them out below and head over tomyspace.com/dom to find out more about the band.










13 Apr
2011

Hot on the heels of the band’s acclaimed Sun Bronzed Greek Gods EP, which was re-released by Astralwerks Records on February 15, 2011, Dom are releasing a Record Store Day Exclusive Special, the world’s first 3-sided 10” single exclusively available to Record Store Day participating stores.

Side A is double-grooved, which creates a unique effect. If you play the record at the beginning of Side A, you will not know which track will actually play. You may hear the MINKS remix of “Jesus” or the never-before-released song “Things Change.” This exclusive item is limited to 1000 units.

To celebrate the release of this 10”, Dom will perform an exclusive set at Newbury Comics on Newbury Street in Boston on Saturday, April 16th at 1pm.

Named by SPIN as one of the most important bands to watch in 2011, the Worcester, Mass based quartet kicked off their first US headlining tour last month with a 9-show run at SXSW (complete list of tour dates below).

With warped vocals, fuzzy low-fi distortion, and broken Casio keyboard lines, Dom filters a DIY aesthetic through the upbeat, sunny rhythms of pop music. There’s a MacGyverized style to Dom’s buzzed-about debut EP Sun Bronzed Greek Gods, the seven songs feel like they’re held together by sonic duct tape. At any minute they could break apart. But they don’t. These tracks recorded in a bedroom—on a pink paisley guitar, a Casio and Fruity Loops—are solid, edgy and irresistibly fun.

10” Single Tracks:
SIDE A (the double grooved side)
Things Change
Jesus (MINKS remix)

SIDE B (the regular side)
Jesus (album version)

For more information on exclusive Record Store Day events, products and participants, visit www.recordstoreday.com

Record Store Day is managed by the Music Monitor Network and is organized in partnership with the Alliance of Independent Media Stores (AIMS), the Coalition of Independent Music Stores (CIMS) and celebrates the culture of independent record stores by playing host to in-store events/performances, signings and special product releases on a global scale.

Record Store Day takes place annually on the third Saturday of April.

Record Store Day Sponsors:

Crosley Radio, EMI Distribution, Fontana Distribution, Furnace MFG, NARM, RED Distribution, Sony Music, Universal Music Distribution, Vivendi Entertainment, WEA Distribution, and Warner Bros. Records.

Dom US Tour Dates:
Wed-Apr-13 Washington, DC 9:30 Club
Thu-Apr-14 Philadelphia, PA Theatre of Living Arts
Fri-Apr-15 Boston, MA Paradise
Wed-Apr-20 New York, NY Bowery Ballroom – ADDED SHOW

http://www.facebook.com/DOM
http://twitter.com/domband
Ping: http://c.itunes.apple.com/us/profile/id-15903
DOM iTunes Live: SXSW – EP- http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/itunes-live-sxsw-ep/id427401297

13 Mar
2011

SXSW 2011 is almost here! DOM is featured on this free mix from iTunes along with some other notables like Bright Eyes, Glasser, and G. Love.

Get the mix here: http://itunes.apple.com/us/playlist/sxsw-featured-artists/id423878050?wm=1

The band has also released an acoustic version of their song “Burn Bridges”, recorded at Stratosphere Sound in New York City during CMJ by the Grammy winning engineer Geoff Sanoff (Nada Surf, Secret Machines, A Camp). Check it out here: http://wearedom.bandcamp.com/

ABC News piece about DOM:
http://abcnews.go.com/Entertainment/video/amplified-dom-13019684

“Sun Bronzed Greek Gods” is out now on Astralwerks/Burning Mill

Tour Dates
Mar 13 Atlanta, GA – 529
Mar 14 Oxford, MS – Proud Larry’s
Mar 15 New Orleans, LA – Circle Bar
Mar 16 – Mar 19 SXSW
Mar 20 Dallas, TX – Bro Fest
Mar 22 Scottsdale, AZ – Martini Ranch**
Mar 23 San Diego, CA – Soda Bar**
Mar 24 Irvine, CA – Acrobatics Everyday**
Mar 25 Eagle Rock, CA – Eagle Rock Center for the Arts !
Mar 26 Los Angeles, CA – Satellite Lounge #
Mar 28 Santa Barbara, CA – Muddy Waters**
Mar 29 Santa Cruz, CA – Crepe Place**
Mar 30 San Francisco, CA – Rickshaw Stop**
Apr 01 Portland, OR – Holocene**
Apr 02 Vancouver, BC – The Biltmore**
Apr 03 Seattle, WA – Vera Project**
Apr 06 Fargo, ND – The Aquarium**
Apr 07 Minneapolis, MN – 7th St Entry**
Apr 08 Chicago, IL – Subterranean**
Apr 09 Detroit, MI – TBD**
Apr 10 Toronto, ON – Opera House^
Apr 11 Buffalo, NY – Mohawk Place
Apr 13 Washington, DC – 9:30 Club^
Apr 14 Philadelphia, PA – Theatre of Living Arts^
Apr 15 Boston, MA – Paradise^
*with Bobby
**with Heavy Hawaii
! with Heavy Hawaii and Thee Oh Sees
#with Heavy Hawaii and Miniature Tigers
^supporting The Go! Team

www.wearedom.com
www.facebook.com/dom
www.myspace.com/dom
www.twitter.com/domband
www.youtube.com/domtv

04 Mar
2011

SPIN has confirmed that the acclaimed TV on the Radio will headline the annual SPIN@Stubb’s party on Friday, March 18. The Brooklyn-based rockers’ performance at SPIN@Stubb’s marks their first appearance in support of their fourth studio album, Nine Types of Light, which will be released on April 12.

TV on the Radio will be joined on the outdoor stage by The Kills, Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark, The Vaccines, OFF!, and Smith Westerns, while the indoor stage will include performances by MNDR, Young the Giant, Dom, Electric Child, and 28 North. The party, which runs from noon – 6pm, will also feature DJ sets by Skrillex, Wolfgang Gartner, Designer Drugs, and Anika.

“Every year the line-up is anxiously awaited and once again SPIN@Stubb’s won’t disappoint. TV on the Radio are two-time SPIN Album of the Year honorees and it’s a huge privilege having them join us this year,” says Doug Brod, SPIN editor in chief. “The SPIN@Stubb’s party has become synonymous with Austin’s spring music ritual and the TV on the Radio show is sure to be one of the hottest tickets.”

SPIN returns to the 3,000-capacity venue for the ninth year running for what has become one of the highlights of the annual music gathering in Texas. Past performers have included Hole (2010), Echo and the Bunnymen (2009), Vampire Weekend (2008), Buzzcocks and Kings of Leon (2007), The Charlatans UK (2006), The New York Dolls (2005), The Hives and The Killers (2004), and Hot Hot Heat and The Black Keys (2003).

SPIN will be offering opportunities to win passes to the invite-only SPIN@Stubb’s event, for both the general public and SXSWbadge holders. Follow twitter.com/SPINsxsw and facebook.com/spinmagazine to get party pass information as soon as it’s announced, and go to SPIN.com for the most immediate and groundbreaking daily news.

10 Feb
2011

Worcester, Mass based quartet, Dom, are set to embark on their first US headlining tour this March, including several shows at SXSW. Astralwerks/Burning Mill we be re-releasing Dom’s Sun Bronzed Greek Gods EP on February 15, 2011. The EP was previously only available in limited physical quantities and will now be available widely in all formats (LP, CD and digital). The new remixed and remastered EP keeps the exact same analog spirit of the original intact, so fans need not worry about alterations affecting the sound. Things sound better, as they were likely intended to be heard in the first place.

With warped vocals, fuzzy low-fi distortion, and broken Casio keyboard lines, Dom filters a DIY aesthetic through the upbeat, sunny rhythms of pop music. There’s a MacGyverized style to Dom’s buzzed-about debut EP Sun Bronzed Greek Gods, the seven songs feel like they’re held together by sonic duct tape. At any minute they could break apart. But they don’t. These tracks recorded in a bedroom–on a pink paisley guitar, a Casio and Fruity Loops–are solid, edgy and irresistibly fun.

Go to www.wearedom.com for a free download of “Bowl Cut” remix plus other special promotions.

DOM TOUR DATES
Mar 05 Northampton, MA – Iron Horse*
Mar 11 Charlottesville, VA – Twisted Branch Tea Bazaar
Mar 13 Atlanta, GA – 529
Mar 14 Oxford, MS – Proud Larry’s
Mar 15 New Orleans, LA – Circle Bar
Mar 16 – Mar 19 SXSW
Mar 20 Dallas, TX – Bro Fest
Mar 22 Scottsdale, AZ – Martini Ranch**
Mar 23 San Diego, CA – Soda Bar**
Mar 24 Irvine, CA – Acrobatics Everyday**
Mar 25 Eagle Rock, CA – Eagle Rock Center for the Arts !
Mar 26 Los Angeles, CA – Satellite Lounge #
Mar 28 Santa Barbara, CA – Muddy Waters**
Mar 29 Santa Cruz, CA – Crepe Place**
Mar 30 San Francisco, CA – Rickshaw Stop**
Apr 01 Portland, OR – Holocene**
Apr 02 Vancouver, BC – The Biltmore**
Apr 03 Seattle, WA – Vera Project**
Apr 06 Fargo, ND – The Aquarium**
Apr 07 Minneapolis, MN – 7th St Entry**
Apr 08 Chicago, IL – Subterranean**
Apr 09 Detroit, MI – TBD**
Apr 10 Toronto, ON – Opera House^
Apr 11 Buffalo, NY – Mohawk Place
Apr 13 Washington, DC – 9:30 Club^
Apr 14 Philadelphia, PA – Theatre of Living Arts^
Apr 15 Boston, MA – Paradise^
*with Bobby
**with Heavy Hawaii
! with Heavy Hawaii and Thee Oh Sees
#with Heavy Hawaii and Miniature Tigers
^supporting The Go! Team

22 Sep
2010

The next round of CMJ artists have been announced. Interesting to see that Phoenix’s show at Madison Square Garden on October 20th is part of CMJ. Check out the lineup below:

1995 • +/- • 2 Cow Garage • A Classic Education • A Life Once Lost • A Million Years • Acid Washed • Acid Westerns • Adam Haworth Stephens • Adult Themes • Afternoon • Agent Ribbons • AIDS Wolf • The Aikiu • Air Waves • Alcoholic Faith Mission • Alessi’s Ark • Alexandra Richards (DJ set) • Alfonso Velez • All Out • Aloud • Ambassadors • Andrew Belle • Andrew Cedermark • Andrew Vladeck • Andy Davis • Angus & Julia Stone • Anita Maj • Anni Rossi • Anthony Jeselnik • Apollo Run • Appomattox • The Armchairs • Arms & Legs • The Arms Akimbo • Arpline • Art Of Fresh • The Art of Shooting • Asa Ransom • Asobi Seksu • At Sea • Atomic Tom • Atypicals • Audacity • Autodrone • Auto-Matic Vaudeville • Autumn Owls • Ava Luna • Avey Tare (DJ set) • The Aviation Orange • Azealia Black • Baby Copperhead • Bad Books (feat. Kevin Devine and Manchester Orchestra) • Bad Cop • Balance and Composure • Battle Circus • The Bamboo Kids • Baptized In Blood • Baths • Bayside • Beach Fossils • Bear Hands • Bears of Blue River • Beau Jennings • The Beauties • Beauty Feast • The Beauvilles • Bebe Fang • Ben Allison • Ben Talmi • Bewitched Hands on Top of Our Heads • The Big Big Bucks • Big Freedia • The Bigger Lights • Bikini • Billy Nayer Show • Binary Marketing Show • The Black Atlantic • Black Cherry • Black Feelings • Black Label Society • Black Sheep • Black Taxi • Blackbells • Blackbird Blackbird • Blaire • Blip Blip Bleep • Blood Red Shoes • Bloodgroup • The Bloodsugars • The Blow • Bo Burnham • Body Language • The Bogmen • Bonfires • Boom Boom Satellites • Boot Camp Clik • Bottle Up & Go • Boy Crisis • BRAHMS • Braids • Brass Bed • Brent Arnold • Br’er • Bridges and Powerlines • The Broadfield Marchers • Brodinski • Bronze • Brothers Frank • Built By Animals • Calibro 35 • Canasta • The Canon Logic • The Capstan Shafts • Car Bomb • Care Bears on Fire • Carl Palmer Band • Carusella • Cast of Cheers • Casxio • Caveman • The Chain Gang of 1974 • Chainsmokers (DJ set) • Chamberlin • Champagne Champagne • The Chapel Club • The Chapin Sisters • Chappo • Charlotte Sometimes • Children of Bodom • Chip Fu • Chris Bathgate • Chris Cubeta and Liars Club • Christian Rich • Christina LaRocca and Heavy Weather • The Cinnamon Band • Circle Pit • City Riots • The Class Machine • Click Clack Boom • Cloud Nothings • Clutch • Cobra Skulls • Cojoba • The Colonels • Comanche • Communist Daughter • Conversion Party • Coolrunnings • Corin Tucker Band • Cotton Jones • Coyote Eyes • Craig Wedren • Crayon Fields • The Cringe • Cubic Zirconia • Cults • Cute Is What We Aim For • Cyndi Harvell • Dada Trash Collage • Daily Bread • Dale Earnhardt Jr Jr • Dan Black • Dangermaker • Daniel Pujol • Daniel Wayne • Danny Ross • Darien Brockington • Dark Dark Dark • Darren Hanlon • Das Racist • Dash Rip Rock • David Dallas • David Dondero • David Vandervelde • DaVinci • De Staat • Dead Heart Bloom • Dead Leaf Echo • Dead Man’s Clothes • Dead To Me • Deakin • Dean & Britta • The Dean’s List • Dear Comrade • Death on Two Wheels • Debutaunts • Delicate Steve • Deluka • Denison Witmer • Dennis Padula • Dent May • Derik Foreal • DeScribe • Devin Therriault • DeVotchKa • Dharma Bums • Diamond District • Diamond Doves • Diamond Rings • Diehard • Dinosaur Feathers • Dinowalrus • Dirty Penny • Disembodied • Diwon • Dom • Dominant Legs • Dominique Young Unique • Drazy Hoops • Dream Diary • Dred Scott Trio • Drink Up Buttercup • Drop the Lime (DJ set) • The Drums • Drunken Barn Dance • Dujeous • Dylan LeBlanc • Earatick Statik • Earthless • Eisley • Eklin • Electric Tickle Machine • Elizabeth and the Catapult • Elk City • Ellis Ashbrook • Emergency Service • Emergency Service • Emil & Friends • Emilie Simon • Emily Long • Eprhyme • Erin Barra • Eternal Summers • Everything Everything • Everything Is Terrible • Excepter • Extra Lens • Fabulous DIamonds • Fake Problems • Family Cactus • Fan-Tan • The Feens • The Feiros • Fenech-Soler • Feral Children • Ferraby Lionheart • Fifth Nation • Filligar • First Aid Kit • The Flatliners • The Fleshtones • The Flower Machine • Foam Castles • The Foot • Forro in the Dark • Fort Wilson Riot • Four Tet • Francis and the Lights • Frank Dukes • Frankie and the Heartstrings • Franz Nicolay • Freddie Gibbs • French Horn Rebellion • Freshkills • From A Fountain • The Front Bottoms • Frontier Brothes • Futurebirds • Gamble & Burke • Game Rebellion • Gary Lucas • Gary Wilson and the Blind Dates • Generationals • Gentleman Jesse and His Men • Ghost Ghost • Ghostface Killah • Giant Cloud • Goes Cube • Gold Streets • Golden Animals • Golden Bloom • The Golden Filter • Good Kids Sprouting Horns • The Good Natured • Good Old War • Grand Hallway • The Great Collide • Greg Barris • Greg Dulli • Grillade • The Grip Weeds • Grooms • Grouplove • Guards • Guitars • Guy 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