New technology could make the music industry work a lot more efficiently and transparently.
A study of the sorts of people who travel across the country just to sleep outdoors after a Radiohead set.
He absolutely mindfucked everyone.
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As their surprise hit single “Soy Yo” threatens to cross over, the scions of electro cumbia break down their musical DNA.
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In advance of the hippie-leaning California festival's 2016 edition, Kevin KoChen tells you why corporate festivals won't change your life.