Photos: Hangout Festival 2016 (Cage The Elephant, Panic! at the Disco, Courtney Barnett, Haim, + more)

Florence and the Machine

Day One: Alabama Shakes, BORNS, Bully, Moon Taxi, The Struts, The Weeknd, Walk the Moon https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rBGIcGeFxqM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3eXzvKCk0pU https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7X1t1Cv2L8U Day Two: Atlas Genius, Cage the Elephant, Kurt Vile, Panic! at the Disco, Portugal. the Man, The Griswolds, X Ambassadors https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BxDlHcdaiwc Day Three: Courtney Barnett, Fetty Wap, Florence and the Machine, Haim, Judah and the Lion, Lenny Kravitz *** Follow

Photos: Lollapalooza 2015, Day One (Paul McCartney, Flying Lotus, The Weeknd, + more)

The Weeknd

Paul McCartney Flying Lotus The Weeknd Alabama Shakes | Interview The War on Drugs Philip Selway Father John Misty MS MR | Interview Atarah Valentine BadBadNotGood St Paul & The Broken Bones Glass Animals Daye Jack James Bay Kyle Thornton and the Company Coasts | Interviews Verité Jamestown Revival Spookyland For all of our Lollapalooza coverage, click here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=163_C5UVU-I Photos by Rick Clifford | @rcstills

Photos: Field Trip 2015, Day One (including Alabama Shakes, Purity Ring, Arkells, + more)

Alabama Shakes

Alabama Shakes | Interview Purity Ring Arkells | Interview Jacques Greene Young Empires The War On Drugs De La Soul Calvin Love Max Kerman (of Arkells) From Jamaica to Toronto Sharon and Bram The Belle Game For photos from Field Trip Day Two, click here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x-5OX7CO26c Photos by Kayla Baker (@kaylasheaphoto) and Rick Clifford (@rcstills)

Gimme Your Answers: An Interview w/ Alabama Shakes

Alabama Shakes

One of my favourite things about music is the way it can make you feel an array of emotions, with a simple riff, lyric, fill, or vocal. From a contagious, soulful scream at the beginning of their single Don't Wanna Fight to the groovesome hints of psychedelia sprinkled throughout Future

You’ve GOT to Hear This: “Hold On”

Hold On by Alabama Shakes With the laid back drums establishing a comfortable pocket, the rest of the band kicks in with one of the most infectious intros I have heard in a long time. The bass sits firmly in the front pocket with the downbeat and the rhythm guitar sparsely

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