festivals Archive

  • arielp3

    FYF Fest 2010 Is Just Around The Corner – Lineup, Etc.

    I’ve been a little slow on the blog this summer, with good reason – dog, new job, no money, etc – but I figure it’s kind of my duty to kick you guys down with the details for this year’s FYF Fest, since I’ve done […]

    Full Story

  • rock-the-bells-2010

    Snoop, Tribe, and Hill Added to Rock The Bells 2010

    Last week, Rock The Bells 2010 announced the addition of Snoop Dogg, A Tribe Called Quest, and Lauryn Hill just days before tickets were to go on sale. Pretty slick move if you ask me. But it gets better – Snoop Dogg will perform the […]

    Full Story

  • mewithoutYou

    Video: mewithoutYou – The (Fantastic Mr.) Fox, The Crow, and The Cookie

    “Let’s Hear That String Part Again, Because I Don’t Think They Heard It All the Way Out In Bushnell” – Sufjan Stevens So I just saw Wes Anderson’s latest film The Fantastic Mr. Fox, and I really liked it a lot. The movie reminds me […]

    Full Story

  • We The People Festival Postponed


    LOS ANGELES - The 2009 "We The People" Festival originally scheduled for Nov. 21 has been postponed until early 2010. From the Festival: As organizers, we are committed to presenting only the finest event possible for this important movement. Due to ongoing economic challenges, we decided our best option was to move the event to a later date to insure these standards are maintained for the benefit of our important, loyal audience.

    Full Story

  • party-weirdo-flyer

    PARTY WEIRDO Festival Saturday Nov. 14th

    Not really sure how I missed this one guys, considering the fact that I live like 2 miles away from where this shindig's gonna go down, and 2 or 3 of my friend's bands are playing. Better late than never though, hmm? If you don't have plans, now you do. Unless you're like me and you don't have 10 bucks to spend on it. So someone go, support the crew, be stoked that some awesome tunes are gonna be live within walking distance from your house - without the support of the city.

    Full Story

  • nirvana

    Unseen Nirvana Footage From 1992

    Checkout this clip of Nirvana performing “School” at the 1992 Reading Festival – I guess it was recently made available for fans and comes from the CD+DVD Nirvana Live At Reading which hits stores November 17th. (CD only version arriving on November 3rd.) Nirvana’s performance […]

    Full Story

  • Smokeout 2009 Logo

    Sublime Reunion (Again) – at Smokeout 2009

    Bassist Eric Wilson and drummer Bud Gaugh are hitting the stage as Sublime, just like they did in February - only, now everyone knows about it so FANS will actually get to go. The show is part of Cypress Hill's Smokeout, and while Sublime might get the most attention, the lineup includes a ton of your favorites. Scheduled to hit the stage on Oct. 23 and 24 are...

    Full Story

  • 1151__400x_IMG_7929

    FYF Fest 2009 Photos

    So thanks to Fever Dragon, Fantastic Weapon was able to secure press passes to FYF Fest at the last second – unfortunately, I was unable to make it because my car sucks and I’m a total stress-case so I can’t really hook you up with […]

    Full Story

  • 053dfba97c80bd1aecde73d2b34f600c

    FYF Fest Schedule Posted

    The schedule for FYF Fest has been posted. It’s this weekend, September 5th, and gates will open at 1:00pm. The event is ALL AGES. Tickets WILL be available at the door but it is strongly suggested that you purchase in advance to ensure entry – […]

    Full Story

  • PTP Fest II 10.11.09


    The Jazz Butcher, also known as The Jazz Butcher Conspiracy and The Jazz Butcher And His Sikkorskis From Hell, are a British musical group founded by Pat Fish. Their oeuvre is blackly humorous with such topics as Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49, an unrequited crush on Shirley Maclaine, and an ode to SF writer Harlan Ellison. The song "Sister Death" is not about the comic book character

    Full Story

Page 1 of 212