“To think that anyone would want to inflict harm on a gathering of music lovers is beyond our comprehension ... by Irvine’s Young the Giant and Southern California band Cold War Kids. As of now, that is still the plan, however Live Nation has.
But during the past half century minimalism has spread across the world like a sonic Pax Americana, replacing twelve-tone composition as classical music's ruling common tongue. Glass and Steve .... Bernstein came of age in the period of the New Deal.
Perhaps a little too titillated by his potential to shock, Prince steeped Controversy in Cold War paranoia: His anti-nuke open letter to Reagan rocks, though his screed against a witchy woman named “Annie Christian,” blaming her for everything from the.
Another great act was Marian Hill, named after the Music Man character's Marian Paroo and Harold Hill. The Philadelphia duo's catchy synth tunes had the audience dancing in time to their beats. Among crowd pleasers I noticed were "Down," and "One Time.
As the night got colder, the audience followed Gadhia's lead and danced to stay warm. The entire evening felt like a festival; each band complimented one another so well, and, while Young the Giant were the main attraction, Joywave and Cold War Kids.
LUIS FONSI AND DADDY YANKEE'S 'DESPACITO' SETS RECORD FOR MOST STREAMED SONG OF ALL TIME - UMG Universal Music Group.
A strange thing you learn about American popular music , if you look back far enough, is that for a long time it didn't much have “genres” — it had ethnicities. Vaudeville .... By the prechorus, her voice is flanked by other Adeles swooping in, on.
In a fall season bustling with innovation, musical titans of the past cast looming shadows. Most familiar to New Yorkers will be that of Leonard Bernstein, for whom centenary celebrations will begin this year. During Bernstein's lifetime, the sheer.
This three-day Atlanta festival will feature some big names like Jane’s Addiction, Huey Lewis and the News, Florence and The Machine, The 1975, My Morning Jacket, Deftones, Cold War Kids and nearly 70 more. The music ... of a national audience by playing.
COLD WAR KIDS (Music ... BELOW (Music) In the Valley Below headlines The Troubadour in WeHo on Thursday night. Flagship opens at 8:30 p.m. Tickets: $15. All ages show. Want the 411 on additional events and happenings in LA? Follow @LAist or me.
Moments before he took the stage at last year's inaugural Okeechobee Music and Arts Festival, massively popular DJ-producer Bassnectar went looking for communion, a muse. It was his first live performance of the year, and he felt that a reintroduction.
The striking thing about twenty-first-century explorations of this terrain is that they no longer require a name or a justification; rather, a growing community of creative musicians —from elders like Anthony Braxton and Wadada Leo Smith to younger.
Though the bulk of the summer music season has passed ... That same night, Young the Giant, the Cold War Kids and Joywave were scheduled at Starlight. White and his staff saw the radar and decided to cut Joywave and move up the Cold War Kids.
quot;Despacito" was already a global hit before Daddy Yankee and Luis Fonsi decided to add Justin Bieber to the fold — and asked him to sing in Spanish. The result is a remix that has vaulted to the front of summer playlists, layering its deeply danceable.