The daily schedules for KAABOO Del Mar's three-day event happening September 14-16, 2018, featuring a feast for all senses, are now available.Read More
On September 29th and 30th, the 3rd annual Music Tastes Good Festival will take place at it’s home of Marina Greek Park in Long Beach, California! This will be the third year of Long Beach’s most beloved festival and the second year since the death of it’s creator, Josh Fischel. Before creating one of the best festivals in SoCal in 2016, Fischel directed Sublime documentary, “Stories, Tales, Lies & Exaggerations.”Read More
House of Creatives Music & Arts Festival has announced its Full 2018 Lineup for the upcoming edition of the Miami festival, which is set to return this November 10 & 11.Read More
The drama is over and Beach Goth officially belongs to The Growlers again! They introduced the world to Beach Goth festival back in 2012 and it has grown more massive every year since. Previous Beach Goths held some big names including King Krule, Alice Glass, Die Antwoord, and who could forget that beautiful moment it started raining during Future Islands in 2016?! Last year’s monumental performances by Girl Talk, The B-52’s, Modest Mouse, and Yeah Yeah Yeahs, were more iconic performances in Beach Goth history. This year, you may have experienced a little Beach Goth deja-vu, since many artists this year have performed this festival before. For La Luz, The Drums, The Voidz, and the classic duo Jonathan Richman & Tommy Larkin, this 7th Beach Goth was not their first.Read More
Rolling into town for a California stop along their 2018 globetrotting tour, Alaska’s, Portugal. The Man, produced a vibrant performance that literally lit up the historic Shrine Auditorium on Friday, August 10th. With sweeping multi-colored spotlights and a projector screen flashing larger-than-life animated patterns, images, and humorous phrases behind the band, it was clear that Portugal. The Man was there to party.Read More
Vibes of the Bay is a one-day independent music festival in Tampa, Florida presented by Symphonic Distribution (@symphonicdistro). Held August 18th at Crowbar - one of Ybor City’s best live music venues - the event provides a platform that showcases the talent and distinctiveness of the growing music scene in the Tampa Bay area. From imaginative producers to psychotropic DJs, insightful rappers, electronic-infused rockers, & ethereal vocalists - almost all being innovative multi-instrumentalists - SymDistro brings together hundreds of bay area visual artists, photographers, influencers, bloggers, music and art lovers from all over Florida to celebrate & enjoy some of the best emerging music innovators to share the talented magic that is sprouting in south Florida.Read More
"I'm Just A Kid" legends amp'd the crowd up by opening their set with "I'd Do Anything", later in their set, Pierre the vocalist grabbed a water gun from side stage and cooled of the crowd!Read More
The ugliness; There are parts of me that contradict myself more than I can explain and more than I want to admit, but I will make things right with myself.Read More
Sexuality can be a very sacred discovery, remember that it only belongs to you. It is often understood in society that one is expected to “come out” and state their sexuality to people because people think they are entitled to know such an intimate part of someone.Read More
I use to bow down to the obedience I gave to my disease. I felt out of control the first time I purged. Trying to go a day without purging felt like the end of the world, every second filled with temptation and I was ready to give in. There is something so estranged when you consciously decide to rebel against your body, willingly and without caution. Everything else seems to disappear, and you are left in a realm of disassociation to your self-state.Read More
Grab your chanclas y Modelos, it’s almost time for the freshest festival in California, TROPICALIA! Hitchhike, donate some body fluids, sell a kidney, have a yard sale in tu barrio, just do whatever you can to make it to the Queen Mary on November 3rd and 4th!
If you’ve been on any social media platforms this week, you’ve probably seen this beautiful flyer a gazillion times. The flyer was illustrated by artist UGLYPRIMO. His clever headliner loteria cards are one of the major reasons this poster is so mesmerizing. UGLYPRIMO is an incredible artist who emphasizes latino culture. Whether or not you’re hispanic, you will quickly become obsessed with his work.Read More
Goldenvoice is pleased to announce the 2018 Tropicália Music & Taco Festival at the Queen Mary Events Park in Long Beach, California on Saturday, November 3 and Sunday, November 4. The event will feature performances by Morrissey, Cardi B, Mac Demarco, Kali Uchis, Chicano Batman, Mazzy Star, Los Angeles Ázules, Toro Y Moi, Cuco, Devendra Banhart, Natalia Lafourcade, BadBadNotGood, Broncho, La Sonora Dinamita, Boy Pablo & many more.Read More
You have been selected to take part in a psychonautical expedition from October 12th through the 14th on the multisensory planet of Desert Daze! West coast’’s best psychedelic festival this year will be going down at Moreno Beach in Lake Perris. About one hour east of Los Angeles, Lake Perris is a whole hour closer than last year’s Joshua Tree location at The Institute of Metaphysics. Relocating Desert Daze grounds more west this year comes in favor for festival goers since the heat has been pretty gnarly lately. Breaking new ground, this year’s Desert Daze is nothing like you’ve ever experienced from a music festival. To beat the heat, this venue has one major and unique highlight, SWIMMING!Read More
Halloween is coming a little early this year ghouls and fools! Since 2012, The Growlers have been performing and headlining their own spook-takular socal festival, Beach Goth and they’re doing it again on August 5th at Los Angeles State Historic Park. Don’t worry, costumes are still encouraged! This year’s lineup includes stellar performances from Starcrawler, GWAR, Doug E. Fresh, Bleached as The Ramones and many more! There are also a few familiar Beach Goth faces such as The Drums, La Luz, The Voidz and of course the boogeymen themselves—The Growlers!
House of Creatives Music & Arts Festival has announced its Phase 1 lineup for the 2018 edition of the Miami festival, which is set to return November 10 & 11.
The festival will feature performances from an array of artists including this year's headliners M.I.A., Foster The People, Chromeo + more. Phase 2 Lineup forthcoming.
Sometimes festival lineups are almost TOO stellar and it may be a little overwhelming to plan your weekend out when just about every act is on your priority list. KAABOO did a fantastic job making it impossible for anyone to have a terrible time. They have designed this festival to not only be about music but have included designated areas for food, art, hair-styling, massages, comedy, and more! This is not your typical vanilla music festival. Activities are countless and all the performers featured are brilliant!Read More
For alternative music enthusiasts, however, the search is over. Boasting a stacked lineup and a combination of both music icons and up-and-coming stars alike, the Alt 98.7 Summer Camp festival is bound to impress. Taking place on Sunday, August 12, at the picturesque Queen Mary Events Park in Long Beach, California, the festival’s heavy-hitting array of talent will include Death Cab for Cutie, ODESZA, CHVRCHES, Judah & the Lion, AJR, Sir Sly, Jungle, lovelytheband, Superorganism, and Two Feet.Read More
On August 2-5, 2018 Lollapalooza will make its much-anticipated return to Grant Park, Chicago, continuing the festival’s long-standing run of over 25 years. In an era where music festivals seem to be more prevalent, widely advertised, and highly attended than ever, it is certainly difficult for festivals to stand out among the crowd. Lollapalooza, however, has such deep roots in the festival realm and a name known worldwide – with installations ranging from Berlin to Brazil to Paris and even Stockholm – that promoters already have a bit of a leg up on the competition when it comes to drawing in audiences.Read More
GRAMMY, Golden Globe and Emmy-Award winning and multi-talented recording artist, actor, and producer Donald Glover a.k.a. Childish Gambino announced dates for his upcoming North American tour with special guest Rae Sremmurd. Produced by Live Nation in partnership with Wolf + Rothstein, the month-long outing will visit 13 cities across North America, kicking off in Atlanta on September 6 and wrapping in Vancouver on September 30.Read More
On a blisteringly hot day, people from all over the Asbury Park area rallied together at Springwood Park as a part of the “Families Belong Together” protests happening nationwide. The protests were set into motion as a way of showing peaceful solidarity with people whose families were broken apart by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) under the current and former presidents’ terms.Read More
This past Saturday held the 7th annual Summer Splash event which doubled as a tribute to Sublime’s loved, Bradley Nowell. The event took place at a very unique venue in Charlotte, North Carolina. The Shed is a pop up amphitheater that definitely gave you a very modern vibe along the train station. As the doors opened around 1:30pm the sun beamed a scorching 90 degrees. But it was only about to get hotter from there.Read More
Over the past few years “Pride Day” in Asbury Park, NJ has gone smoothly but this year was very different. Pride Day is the last Sunday in June and in Asbury Park it’s held in Bradley Park, an idyllic location a block away from the beach. However, this year Bradley Park was given to Revivalist Reverend Jonathan Shuttlesworth and his “Festival of Life.” Shuttlesworth is no stranger to making anti-LGBTQ comments as he once said that “somebody bound in homosexuality [has a] wicked spirit.” Needless to say that once the LGBTQ community and its allies heard of Shuttlesworth’s festival coming to town, it did not take long for them to come up with a counter festival that welcomes all.
Slossfest is a southern festival highlight, taking place July 14-15th in Alabama’s “Magic City” Birmingham. The festival’s venue is one-of-a-kind; it’s held at the historical industrial site Sloss Furnaces. It’s the only site in the United States that has preserved 20th century blast furnaces and played a major key in the American industrial revolution. With such a unique venue, the festival also produces unique lineups every year. Spanning different genres, new and old artists, here’s Soundbite Magazine’s Slossfest Top Five:Read More
June 18th brings news of “Look Now And Then...It’s Elvis Costello & The Imposters” - a 20-date, coast-to-coast tour that commences in Bethlehem, PA on November 2nd and concludes on December 4th in Vancouver, British Columbia.