Ultra Music Festival once again took over Miami’s Bayfront Park last weekend, delivering a solid three days of non-stop music curated by a host of world renowned DJs and performers. Sporting a lineup with a little bit of something for everybody, Ultra 2017 was definitely another memorable entry for the long running festival brand.
is meatier than your average zombie tell-all. Much like how brought a militant, survivalist perspective to infection-based terror, director Colm McCarthy does cinematic justice to Mike Carey’s novel of the same name. This isn’t an “OMG we’re trapped and have to survive” horror flick (not totally). Jump scares play second-fiddle to a child, her volatile situation and McCarthy’s building towards…
x In what’s just the latest in a persistent series of rumors, a cryptic video is spurring on speculation that Daft Punk will be revived as a touring act in 2017. Last fall, the robotic duo were “revealed” as headliners on a supposed lineup poster for Lollapalooza Chile, followed by a cryptic website that sent fans into a frenzy.
Bonnaroo Music + Arts Festival has just revealed their 2017 lineup, revealing a massive talent roster for their upcoming event. Entering into their sixteenth annual outing, Bonnaroo is well established at this point as one of the biggest and best stateside music festivals, and their latest lineup reveal only cements that fact further.
There’s no denying that Flume had a phenomenal run in 2016. The Australian producer dropped one of the year’s most impactful records with (which wound up on our list of the ten best EDM albums of 2016), followed up by a solid companion EP and a number of impressive festival appearances.
As a film critic and metal enthusiast, I can’t resist a good meeting of mediums. Movies like utilize the devil’s music to further themes and action, while bands like Austrian Death Machine (whose songs are based on Arnold Schwarzenegger quotes) exist to pay homage to pop culture. Movies may be my life, but metal provides my soundtrack – so imagine…
Bruno Mars is all about gold when it comes to the album cycle of his upcoming record, , but now, he’s getting a taste of a different element: Diamond. His joint effort with musician Mark Ronson, “Uptown Funk,” was just recently certified Diamond by the RIAA for moving over ten million units.
Judging by the huge success that Kanye West is having with his ambitious Saint Pablo Tour, it was pretty obvious that he wasn’t going to let the fun stop when the tour wraps up later this month. He’ll be hitting the road yet again in all his floating-stage glory on the second leg of the tour, starting in November.