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LIVE REVIEW: FYF – Los Angeles

What started out in 2004 as a punk-rock festival at The Echo, 18-year-old music promoter Sean Carlson, created “F Yeah Fest,” which was eventually moved to the L.A. Historic Park and re-named FYF. Last year, Carlson celebrated the 10-year anniversary, and this year has moved the festival to the Los Angeles Sports Arena & Exposition Park at University of Southern California (USC’s) Coliseum. With an attendance of more than 30,000 bass heads and indie kids, the perimeters of USC were heavily guarded this weekend, including the bomb squad, to ensure…

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The Recent Reunion Resurgence & Our Nostalgia Obsession

Nostalgia is strange, and in the current hip culture of 2014 it’s even more bizarre than it used to be.  Now I don’t mean to be nostalgic about nostalgia, but there used to be a time when nostalgic things that we joyously reminisced about stayed in the past, exactly where we remembered them just as we remembered them; all perfect and cleaned up by years of misremembering—and most importantly, in the past.  But recently, we seem to have this fascination with all things ‘90s or vintage and relating to our…

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Primavera Sound 2014 Festival Lineup Announced

The Primavera Sound Festival takes place from May 29-31 at Parc del Fòrum in Barcelona, Spain, with events around the city in the days before and after. The full lineup has now been announced by way of a film, Line-Up, which the festival shared online and in theaters. Watch the video after the jump. In addition to headliners Arcade Fire, Neutral Milk Hotel, and the Pixies, the Primavera lineup features the newly reunited Slowdive, Nine Inch Nails, Kendrick Lamar, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, the National, Queens of the Stone Age,  Television playing Marquee Moon, Volcano Choir, St. Vincent, Majical Cloudz, Sky Ferreira, Julia…

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