Northside Festival announces first wave of 2017 artists and speakers




It’s our favorite time of the year! Northside Festival has just announced its first wave of 2017 artists and speakers— it’s safe to say they have outdone themselves yet again.

Northside Music, which runs from June 8-11, will feature headlining shows from Dirty Projectors, Miguel, Thursday, and Kamasi Washington. [Read more…]

Top 5 shows of the weekend


Autumn is finally here! And while we may be in for a fairly wet and grey weekend, I’m ready for some more moderate temperatures. I’m not so ready for the inevitable bug I seem to have picked up, so let’s not waste anyone’s time here, music is a healer.

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Top 5 shows of the weekend


I’m still not sure if I thank Washington, Lincoln, both, or none, for the short work week, but here we are, it’s Thursday already. We’re not going to get record-breaking freezing temperatures or 2 feet of snowfall this weekend, so for those who have been hermits the last couple of weekends, this is especially for you.

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Top 5 shows of the weekend


It’s the weekend before CMJ, so it would seem like a good time for a live music fan to relax and charge their batteries. However, this is one of the strongest weekends for shows I can think of this year, don’t consider this a top 5, they are all deserving of the number one spot.

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2015 Northside Music Festival guide


While Memorial Day marks the unofficial start of summer, there’s something about the Northside Festival that really feels like the season is truly kicking off. With hundreds of bands and a few dozen venues to consider on the music side of things, it can be overwhelming, so we’d like to offer some sincere recommendations; who to see, where to go, and where you can grab a drink.

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Lower Dens – Brains

We’re excited to see Lower Dens play Glasslands with Air Waves and Twisted Wires on May 2. Here’s two tracks from their new record, Propagation, set to drop May 1.

Dirty Beaches & Lower Dens played the South Street SEaport

Lower Dens and Dirty Beaches played the Seaport Pier 17 last night as part of the ongoing Seaport Music Festival. Video edits of both bands are below.