I am someone who has a really bad memory, I think thats the reason I got interested in photography. It lets me record moments in time that I tend to forget. Along with photography being a useful tool for remembering, at the same time it also takes you out of
Day One: Alabama Shakes, BORNS, Bully, Moon Taxi, The Struts, The Weeknd, Walk the Moon
Day Two: Atlas Genius, Cage the Elephant, Kurt Vile, Panic! at the Disco, Portugal. the Man, The Griswolds, X Ambassadors
Day Three: Courtney Barnett, Fetty Wap, Florence and the Machine, Haim, Judah and the Lion, Lenny Kravitz
Florence and the Machine
The Avett Brothers
George Ezra | Interview
Iron and Wine
Grace Potter | Interview
Catfish and the Bottlemen | Video Interviews
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Photos by Fiona Parks | @fionaparks
In Order: Alabama Shakes, Bleachers, Childish Gambino, Deadmau5, Florence and the Machine, Kendrick Lamar, MO, Mumford and Sons, Run the Jewels, Super Jam, The Lonesome Trio, Twenty One Pilots
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Photos by Rob Berry | @rob__berry
Following a seemingly endless drought, the last few years have seen a major spike in not only the amount of music festivals in Toronto (and Ontario at large), but also the grandiosity of the scale at which they’re organized. It seems like half a decade ago there was a Wild
Day One (Drake, Ratatat, Charli XCX, Florence and the Machine, Black Pistol Fire, Future, Priory, Rae Sremmurd, DIIV, Yolo Ono)
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Photos by Morgan Zakarin (@subculturegyal) and Emma Donahue (@emmadonahue98)
For the 10th anniversary of Osheaga, the Montreal Music and Arts festival released the second wave of its 2015 lineup.
Last year they revealed a large portion of their lineup in a similarly creative manner, where fans needed to uncover the acts in a large poster of downtown Montreal. This year
Florence and the Machine have announced a new album, How Big How Blue How Beautiful and have released their video for the fresh track “What Kind of Man” off their upcoming June 2 release via Republic Records. How Big How Blue How Beautiful is the follow-up album to Florence Welch’s