Imagine 90,000 raucous seven-year-old fans, except they're adults now and can drink wine and stay up late.
The controversial rapper blew London's KOKO away last weekend, deepening her 'can you separate the art from the artist?' conundrum.
Even when she's covering U2, as she did at a London gig over the weekend.
At a recent Apple Music 'Up Next' show, the 21-year-old R&B artist toed the line between her near-anonymity and snippets of her 'true' identity.
For fans of the Korean boyband, like myself, their "love yourself" mantra swells in size in a live setting like London's O2 Arena.
They decapitated a giant robotic Barack Obama, made Hillary and The Donald fight to the death, and covered the crowd in pink fluids. Just another live set from the Virginian metal band.
Spoiler alert: her recap includes inflatable dolphins, security selfies, and Top 40 DJ slander.
The brilliance of Hatsune Miku is that it turns the music industry’s inherent phoniness into an enormous cosplay endeavor.
Day 3 of the Toronto punk and hardcore festival got intense fast and never let up.
Texas and Pittsburgh bands showed out at the Toronto punk rock festival.
A prerecorded DOOM video and a too short Ghostface live set left many festival goers bewildered and annoyed.
We chronicle punk upstarts PUP's soon-to-be-legendary homecoming show at Toronto's Lee Palace.