Music Festivals

Grimes at FYF 2016 in Exposition Park, Los Angeles
Photos: FYF Fest with Kendrick Lamar, Tame Impala, Air, Grimes and more

With little fanfare or hurrah, FYF 2016 began without a hitch and under blissfully temperate weather for a Los Angeles summer. No longer contained within the small confines of Exposition Park, the festival has made its home around the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum quite cozily, utilizing the structures’ bathrooms (no porta-potties, hurray!) and elliptical map […]

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C.G. Roxanne & The Nightmares at Echo Park Rising
Photos: Echo Park Rising Day Two with C.G. Roxanne & The Nightmares, WALTER, Whiskey Biscuit and more

Day two of Echo Park Rising saw the neighborhood filling with music lovers. While Thursday was a solid jump off, it wasn’t until Friday night where Echo Park Rising really picked up its speed. With the Liberty Stage now open, along with Taix and a slew of other venues, the live music invasion had officially […]

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The Frights at Echo Park Rising 2016 Day 1
Photos: Echo Park Rising Day One featuring The Frights, Pompeya, Kron and more!

Spanning four days of live music, the annual Echo Park Rising kicked off this past Thursday lighting up the streets of Echo Park. With local bands rolling out vibrant tunes at venues such as Lot 1 Cafe, Lost Room, The Short Stop and a few more spots, the Echo and Echoplex seemed like the hot […]

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Underachievers at Day N Night Fest
Photos: Day N Night Festival with Vic Mensa, Underachievers, ilovemakonnen and more

Day N Night Festival closes with action packed performances, sans Vic Mensa, who’s set was two hours late, and four songs long …   With day of Night N Day Festival behind us, and another set of hype worthy performers ripped through day two of the packed festival. The morning began by checking out member of Thestand4rd […]

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Chance The Rapper at Outside Lands Music Festival photos
Photos: Outside Lands Day Three with Lionel Richie, Ryan Adams, The Muppets and more

Walking through the main gates of Outside Lands, for the final time that weekend I found myself greeted by the expressionless stare of the large Range Dave statue that stood at its entrance. The enchant of Golden Gate park’s woodland grove was nearing its end, but the festival still had a few magical moments in […]

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Sufjan Stevens at Outside Lands 2016 photos
Photos: Outside Lands Day Two Featuring Radiohead, Julien Baker, Sufjan Stevens and more

Under a Moon Shaped Pool Radiohead closes out Outside Lands day two Waking up to the picturesque marine layer fog creeping over the San Francisco peninsula, Outside Lands day two was off to a cold (and cozy) start. Pulling out their thrift store finds, festival attendees walked through the main gates Saturday morning wearing everything […]

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Outside Lands 2016
Photos: Outside Lands Day One featuring LCD Soundsystem, Beach House, LANY and more

LCD Soundsystem and Beach House give otherworldly performances for Outside Lands day one There are very music festivals that are graced with both the locale and the finances to escape the urban sprawls of the major cities they live in the shadows of. Festivals like Sasquatch and Bonnaroo are blessed exceptions, while the rest (Lollapalooza, […]

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Blood Orange at Panorama Festival
Photos & Review: Panorama Festival Day Two Featuring Kendrick Lamar, The National, Blood Orange and more

Kendrick Lamar unites East and West hip-hop with electric performance for Panorama day two Words & Photography: Steven Ward British synth pop duo Oh Wonder were the first set to draw in the crowds on Saturday afternoon at Panorama Festival, wooing fans with the sublime atmospherics of its two angel voiced crooners. Relatively immobile behind […]

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Alabama Shakes at Panorama Festival 2016
Photos & Review: Panorama Festival Day One Featuring Arcade Fire, Alabama Shakes, De Lux and more

Arcade Fire closes out Panorama festival day one with a marching band tribute to David Bowie (along with some words about Trump) Words & Photography: Steven Ward Walking across the Robert F. Kennedy bridge in the sweltering heat towards Randall’s Island, it was hard not to feel the deja vu wash over me. Like many […]

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Haim keeps fans warm in the rain, The Killers keep the nostalgia flowing for Governors Ball day two finale

What began as a blisteringly hot Saturday afternoon for Governors Ball day two, would end, unknowingly to many, as the festival’s impromptu finale as heavy thunderstorms formed near the evening. The festival’s actual final day, which had some of the best collections of rock like Cold War Kids and Courtney Barnett, was unfortunately cancelled due […]

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