Archive for August, 2012

Gibson at FYF

Tuesday, August 28th, 2012

The dusty, lonely electronic country and blues sounds of Daughn Gibson hearken back to his day driving trucks for a living. You’ll find the perfect summer jam on his debut album, All Hell and you can see Gibson at FYF Festival September 2.
Daughn Gibson
FYF Festival
Photo Credit: Kristine Eng

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Tiësto at Creamfields

Wednesday, August 22nd, 2012

Uber DJ Tiësto is best know for his trance music, presiding over dance parties big and small. You can see this universal phenomenon at Creamfields on August 26.
Tiësto
Creamfields

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Billy Bragg at Shambala

Wednesday, August 15th, 2012

Singer, song-writer and activist Billy Bragg has been bringing together folk, punk and protest music to fans around the world for over forty years. You can see and hear why his message still rings true at Shambala Festival August 24.
Billy Bragg
Shambala Festival
Photo Credit: Anthony Griffin

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FIDLAR does Europe.

Tuesday, August 7th, 2012

From playing skateparks to a national tour, Los Angeles garage-punk band FIDLAR revel in their reckless and authentic sound. Fresh from the CBGB Festival in the US, you can see them on July 17 at Pukkelpop in Belgium and on July 18 at Lowlands Festival in Holland.
FIDLAR
Pukkelpop
Lowlands

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Eileen Ivers in Dublin

Wednesday, August 1st, 2012


Groundbreaking Irish-American fiddler Eileen Ivers and her group, Immigrant Soul transmit the love for tradition that connects Celtic music from Galicia to the Canadian Maritimes. They dig deep into Irish and Celtic sounds, tracing connections between continents and communities. You can see them live at the Dublin Irish Festival August 3 and 4.
Eileen Ivers
Dublin Irish Festival

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