Vivacious desert rock may not be what you’d first expect to emerge from the East London music scene, but UK trio, The Howlers, have never been ones to fade into the masses.
Rather, with the release of their debut single, “La Dolce Vita” on June 7th via These Bloody Thieves Records, this up-and-coming band makes a point to push back against the grain.
New Dialogue is an Alternative Indie-pop group based from Los Angeles, California. The quintet band is made up by Ela Kitapic and Taylor Morrow (vocalists), Jason Rodriguez (drummer), Michael Sevilla (guitar) and Jeff Badagliacca (bassist). The five musicians as a sound-like an airy Paramore vibe, with a contrast from serious tones of underground Rock styles. Almost like a stripped-down quality of Punk, but also "the sweetness and catchiness of mainstream Pop.” New Dialogue single ‘Loose Ends’ has a sound if you close your eyes, a calming visualization will take over, that will guide you to imagine floating on a cloud.
With a successful set of UK and EU performances already under their belt, the time was right for Brighton-based metalcore band, Architects, to hop across the pond and bring their much-anticipated Holy Hell Tour to fans across North America. And for the SoundBite Magazine team, this was a can’t-miss event.
Released in November 2018 via Epitaph Records, Holy Hell marked Architects’ 8th studio album and first full-length release since the passing of founding member and guitarist, Tom Searle. However, while these could be read as dark times, the determined quintet found a way to find light in the darkness.
Blink 182 and Lil Wayne have announced a North American Summer tour with Neck Deep opening. This unbelievably unlikely pairing of music acts brings together fans of Enema of the State and Tha Carter III, creating an inevitably interesting show. To celebrate this exciting tour, Blink 182 and Lil Wayne released a mashup of “What’s My Age Again?” and “A Milli”
While Ben Folds is mostly known for his alternative rock band Ben Folds Five, it is no secret that the North Carolina musician’s talent goes beyond rock. Ben Folds has successfully crossed-over to classical music and jazz. He was even named the first Artistic Advisor to the National Symphony Orchestra.
In 2014, Folds was commissioned by the Nashville Ballet, the Nashville Symphony Association, and the Minnesota Orchestra to write a concerto to which he responded with the 21-minute-long Concerto for Piano and Orchestra which is divided into three movements. This piece was first premiered by Folds and the Nashville Ballet at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C.
The annual Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival at the Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, California returns this year on August 9th to 11th. Since 2008, the festival has been known for featuring artists across multiple genres of music, and this intersection continues again in 2019. With headliners Paul Simon, Childish Gambino, and Twenty One Pilots, Outside Lands 2019 is not one to miss.
Desert Daze doesn’t hesitate to keep us on the edge of our seats anticipating another take off! Artists already confirmed for this year are The Flaming Lips, Flying Lotus, Stereolab, Animal Collective, Parquet Courts, Shintaro Sakamoto, and Lightning Bolt! With all of this excitement in the air, we felt compelled to relive last year’s trippy pleasures with a 2018 recap!
After wrapping up its final cross-country run last year, the longest running and largest traveling music festival in the U.S. will soon gear up to celebrate 25 years of longstanding history, groundbreaking achievements and of course, great music.
For while our summers will likely never be the same without its countless days of sweaty pop-punk and alt-rock bliss, The Vans Warped Tour is determined to leave fans with the birthday bash of the century.
According to a study made by StubHub in 2018, Mexico rated number 5 in the list of countries where people are most likely to travel from other countries for a live event. This confirms that Mexico’s music festival scene has grown very fast in the past few years and has generated international interest.
After a successful debut, Corona Capital Guadalajara will return for a second edition on May 11, 2019. This festival is the one-day version of the Corona Capital held in Mexico City which has been going on for nine years and has gained a lot of popularity worldwide.
For its’ second edition, the festival offers a diverse lineup of 22 international bands ranging from indie rock to electronica. The Festival will be held at Explanada Estadio Akron.
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