Justin Vernon and the National’s Aaron Dessner’s Eaux Claires Music Festival returns August 12 and 13. Vernon’s Bon Iver will perform at the fest, and he’s said that the band will play a set “made of new music.” Today, Bon Iver have shared a mysterious 22-second Facebook video. Show More Summary
Sounds like: Bon Iver, Ásgeir, Sin Fang, Pascal Pinon, RY X Song: Júníus Meyvant - Signals What's so good? Icelandic rising star Júnrus Meyvant has delivered his debut album, Floating Harmonies, and it's a must-hear. Across 12 tracks...Show More Summary
Sounds like: Justice, Cassius, Stardust Song: James Blake - I Need A Forest Fire (Ft. Bon Iver) (Alfonso Frawls Remix) What's so good? If you thought James Blake and Bon Iver's downtrodden collaboration, "I Need A Forest Fire" was something...Show More Summary
Francis and the Lights tweeted that “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon” was potentially going to invite him and Bon Iver onto the show, but he said the show needed “encouragement.” The Twitter account for Bon Iver's Eaux Claires festival...Show More Summary
Justin Vernon and Aaron Dessner-curated fest boasts James Blake, Erykah Badu, Beach House, and more.
A tender-voiced singer-songwriter and a brutal arena-techno duo will headline the fifth Beach Goth festival in October. Bon Iver and Justice are the two top acts at Beach Goth, a once-modest punk and garage rock festival (founded by local rockers the Growlers) that’s now catching up to FYF Fest’s size...
The Growlers have announced the fifth annual Beach Goth festival, which is moving locations to Oak Canyon Park on Lake Irvine in Silverado, CA. Bon Iver, Justice, King Krule, Gucci Mane, RL Grime, TLC, James Blake, Devendra Banhart, Nicolas Jaar, 2 Live Crew, Violent Femmes, Future Islands, the Drums, Melanie Martinez, Reel Big Fish, The […]
Plus: Nicolas Jaar, Devendra Banhart, The Faint, Tricky, Violent Femmes, and more.
A trio of California dates surrounding their Hollywood Bowl show in October.
Hiss Golden Messenger will release their new album, Heart Like a Levee, on October 7. Main creative force and frontman M.C. Taylor linked with members of Bon Iver (Matt McCaughan on drums) and Megafaun (co-producer Bradley Cook on bas; Phil Cook on piano) for the album. You can... Continue reading
Hiss Golden Messenger have announced their first new LP since 2014’s Lateness of Dancers. It’s called Heart Like a Levee, and it’s out October 7 via Merge. Frontman M.C. Taylor produced the album with Bradley Cook (of Megafaun). It was...Show More Summary
Sounds like: Bon Iver, John Lennon, The Tallest Man On Earth Song: Darren Cross - When The Chills Are Coming What's so good? It's been a long time coming but Australian treasure Darren Cross is finally ready to unleash his debut solo...Show More Summary
Sounds like: Bon Iver, James Vincent McMorrow, Jose Gonzalez, Kyson What's so good? RY X creates music that is painfully beautiful, and all the accompanying videos further accentuate that fact. Both melancholy and euphoric, "Salt" is a study in contrasts. Show More Summary
Bon Iver have announced three shows on the West Coast, which take place in October. One of them is a performance at Beach Goth Festival. They'll also be joined by Francis and the Lights in Oakland, and by Julianna Barwick in San Diego. Show More Summary
Sounds like: Bon Iver, Sufjan Stevens, Husky, Whitley, Jose Gonzalez What's so good? In the light of the most recent, brutal and unnecessary deaths of innocent black people by police, there has been a renewed outcry, another resurgence...Show More Summary
Francis and the Lights isn’t a name that will ring a bell for a lot of people. Not yet, at least. That’s all about to change with the release of their new song Friends. The video clip for it was released hours ago and has already taken the world by storm, gaining hundreds of thousands of views overnight. Show More Summary
“Friends” is a glimmering new track by, well, a bunch of friends.
Yesterday, Francis and the Lights released the music video for a new song, “Friends,” featuring Bon Iver and Kanye West. The video's director, Jake Schreier, has helmed feature films (Paper Towns, Robot & Frank) in addition to music videos for Donnie Trumpet and the Social Experiment and My Morning Jacket. Show More Summary