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Festivals, Festivals, Festivals
Festival season is only a few weeks away (summer bods amirite) & some promoters have gotten a leg up by announcing during the very confusing few days between Christmas and New Years where absolutely no one knows what to do with their time. Two of the lineups that caught our attention:
Coachella dropped their star studded lineup with Rage Against the Machine, Travis Scott, and Frank Ocean headlining weekends one & two respectively. Other stars on the lineup including some of our personal favorites,
Foam Wonderland alum SLANDER
(Friendly reminder, no one wants to see Lana Del Rey’s entire set on your Insta story so please, put the phone down.)
Listen to our Coachella playlist here!
Bottlerock Napa Valley has also dropped their lineup announcing the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Dave Matthews Band, Khalid & more!The festival takes place on Memorial Day weekend in May, located in the heart of Napa Valley and quite frankly is a festival made in heaven for wine & music enthusiasts alike.
Speaking of Memorial Day weekend, subscribe and stay tuned and be on the lookout for any news regarding Neon Desert Music Festival. We may be giving away a ticket or two to anyone subscribed to our newsletter. We may also drop a hint on who’s coming and who’s not. Who knows, not us! ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
REZZ performing at Neon Desert Music Festival in El Paso, Texas on Saturday, May 25th, 2019. Photo by AB Gonzalez.
Mac Miller’s estate released a statement on his Instagram on January 8th saying Mac was working on an album at the time of his tragic death to compliment his platinum album Swimming. The posthumous album is titled Circles. The estate also released the tracklist and the single off the album Good News. It’s a touching tribute to the late rapper who tragically passed away in September of 2018 from an accidental overdose.
Roddy Rich's, Please Excuse Me For Being Anti Social, returned back to the #1 spot on the billboard charts over the weekend. (Sorry Biebs, Yummy, wasn't it, G.)