Actors Jon Hamm, of Mad Men awesomeness, and Zach Galifianakis, whom you may remember from such films as The Hangover, have made a surprise cameo at Bonnaroo 2015 to enact a number of shenanigans on unsuspecting festivalgoers. First off, the duo kicked off the annual Bonnaroo Superjam by performing a rousing duet of 1985 USA
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Foo Fighters and Muse have been announced atop the first lineup announcement for Japan’s Fuji Rock Festival, which traditionally shares a number of its acts with Splendour In The Grass. The lineup drop means we can officially begin the 2015 Splendour rumour mill and if we’re going off this first announcement, we could be seeing
Barcelona’s Primavera Sound festival will return in May 2015, with, as usual, a ridiculously impressive and incredibly eclectic lineup of quality artists from around the globe. Here’s just a selection of the huge names who will be taking to the stage in Spain: The Black Keys, James Blake, JUNGLE, The Replacements, Sun Kil Moon, alt-J,
After a shaky few months, All Tomorrow’s Parties have reconfirmed their intentions to return to Iceland next year. Their impressive first lineup was headed up by Belle and Sebastian, and organisers have now added Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Run The Jewels and Deafheaven, among others, to their 2015 event. The festival will be heading back
20th anniversary shake-up secures international acts!
Touring theatres in January and February 2015!
When a band has been on the live circuit for a good 15 years you can’t help but wonder if those years of wear and tear has waned their performance and if they still have what it takes to captivate a modern audience. My initial skepticism was invalidated the moment Glaswegian indie baroque rockers Belle
With tickets to Scottish indie-pop outfit Belle & Sebastian‘s shows off the back of next year’s Golden Plains Festival selling out so fast that the tour has been extended to Adelaide and Perth, with a second show in Melbourne just being announced. Renowned for their spellbinding live performances, the bands unique mix of gorgeous, delicate
Former Screaming Trees frontman and serial collaborator Mark Lanegan has just announced he has begun work on a new solo album, the follow up to 2004’s Bubblegum. Speaking to Tel-Aviv based music site Musica Neto Lanegan had this to say. “I started working on a new album a few weeks ago and I’ll continue to
Touring next year as part of the mammoth Golden Plains line-up, Scottish melodic pop legends Belle & Sebastian have just out forward a run of sideshows along the east coast. Five years since their last visit, and touring in support of their latest album Write About Love, these shows already look to be some of