Entries tagged with: Local Natives
Phosphorescent at Rough Trade NYC (more by Amanda Hatfield)
photos by Dana (distortion) Yavin
Vampire Weekend / Arctic Monkeys / Depeche Mode @ ACL Fest 10/4/2013
Austin's 2013 ACL Festival kicked off the first of its two consecutive weekends on Friday (10/4) with bands across eight different stages at Zilker Park, including Depeche Mode, Queens of the Stone Age (who taped an episode the ACL TV show the night before), Arctic Monkeys, Muse, Jimmy Eat World, Pinback, Savages, hometown heroes Black Angels and more. Pictures from those bands -- and more -- are in this post.
Another set of Depeche Mode pics from ACL Friday are up at BV Austin. Stay tuned for more ACL coverage. More day 1 pics below...
photos by Dominick Mastrangelo
howlin' Local Natives
It was no secret that it was Local Natives' first time playing the huge Terminal 5 last night. The band mentioned it numerous times throughout their set, and their excitement was obvious. They'd played other venues in New York City before, but last night was different. This was their "first big New York show," as multi-instrumentalist, Kelcey Ayer, frequently alluded to; plus New York City happened to be the place where they recorded their latest release, Hummingbird (French Kiss). Last night was also their first of back to back shows at Terminal 5--a noteworthy feat for any act. Despite that pressure, Local Natives kicked off their performance without a hitch, tearing into Breakers with the sweet multi-part harmonies the band is so well known for. [CMJ]Last month, Local Natives brought their tour back to NYC for two nights at Terminal 5, first with dream popsters Wild Nothing (9/24) and then with Lucius (9/25). The band played almost all of this year's Hummingbird, and did a ton of favorites from their debut, Gorilla Manor, too like "Sun Hands," "Shape Shifter," and their cover of Talking Heads' "Warning Sign." Pictures and the setlist from the first night are in this post.
More pics below...
photos by Cory Dewald
Ghost BC w/ Chris Gethard / Jessie Ware / Frightened Rabbit
We were just over in Chicago for tons of Lollapalooza fun, including three full days spent at the festival, and some afterparties we threw too. As you may know, while we were at the festival, like we did at Firefly in Delaware and are doing again this weekend at Outside Lands in San Francisco, we hosted two hours easy day inside the Soundwave Tent, which included interviews and stripped down performances by Ghost BC, Frightened Rabbit, Jessie Ware, School of Rock All Stars, and Deap Vally on day 1; Local Natives, Smith Westerns, IO Echo,, Drowners and another set of School of Rock All Stars on day 2; and Bear Mountain and The Orwells on day 3. The BV-portions of the tent were hosted by Billy Jones and comedian Chris Gethard of The Chris Gethard Show.
We'll have the full audio from these sessions available at some point, but meanwhile I can tell you that we learned Ghost's guitarist was not very Ghostly at all and he speaks beautiful English (when we could hear it though his mask), Chris Gethard has two Morrissey tattoos, Jessie Ware likes to ride the subway, the kids from School of Rock do in fact rock, the frontwoman of IO Echo has stage fright and a thing for Enya, each member of Bear Mountain has a different symbol tattooed on them and our show was their first-ever try at going acoustic, the Smith Westerns like to party, and the ladies LOVE the Orwells. who were collecting phone numbers from girls in the audience throughout our entire interview with them. Though short, both Frightened Rabbit's and Local Natives' super intimate sets in our tent were huge treats for the crowd in attendance, some of whom were in the tent waiting on line to get their bodies painted.
Pictures of all three days of our activities are in this post. They continue below...
photos by James Richards IV
Kendrick Lamar / The Postal Service / fans
When last seen, at the Pitchfork Music Festival in Union Park last year, Kendrick Lamar was still a relative unknown except to hip-hop connoisseurs. His set came off as hazy and introspective, with a curious Lady Gaga hanging on every word from the wings. But now he emerges with newfound swagger -- even without Gaga in the house -- smoke machines at his feet and a full band at his back. His 2012 album, "good kid, m.A.A.d. city," puts a new and brilliantly introspective take on West Coast gangsta rap, a look at its tropes and pressures from the inside out. So even as he leads the crowd in some explicit choruses, he throws out questions and lays out his conflicts in the verses. "This will be on the Internet," he announces. Ya think? The audience cheers him like a rock star, even when he stands on stage with arms folded. But he doesn't just bask in the glow. He tries to put it in context, much in the way his rhymes try to make sense of hip-hop and the culture that birthed it. "You can't classify what we got going on," he says to the fans. "This is life." [Chicago Tribune]Lollapalooza 2013 continued yesterday (8/3) in Chicago's Grant Park, with nicer weather than day 1, and sets from eight stages worth of artists, including The Postal Service, Kendrick Lamar, Haim, Foals, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Local Natives and more. Pictures of those (and other) artists are in this post, and we've got a second set of Saturday pics HERE
We at BrooklynVegan are also at the festival, hosting a portion of the Soundwave Tent.
The festival wraps up today (8/4) (check out our Sunday preview) with sets from Cat Power, Phoenix, The Cure, Beach House, Grizzly Bear, Alt-J, Baroness, Angel Haze, and more. If you're not at the festival, you can stream it live at Lollapalooza.com.
More from day 2, below...
Ghost BC @ MHOW last week (more by Vladislav Grach)
Kendrick Lamar @ Bonnaroo 2013 (more by Dana [distortion] Yavin)
New Order at Williamsburg Park last week (more by PSquared Photography)
Lollapalooza 2013 happens this weekend (August 2 - 4) in Chicago's Grant Park (and some of it will stream online). We'll be there watching bands on all the stages and hosting them in the Soundwave Tent every day from 1 PM - 3 PM (and from 12:40 on Saturday).
The Lolla line-up is pretty great this year, full of big names with a lot of choices (and the occasional tough decision to be made between competing stages). Here are thirteen bands (plus a few more) we don't want to miss....
Local Natives at Governors Ball 2013 (more by Dana (distortion) Yavin)
Local Natives join the growing amount of bands that just played Governors Ball adding headlining NYC dates to their tour. These newly-announced shows happen on September 24 and 25 at Terminal 5, which is a couple weeks after their appearance at Boston Calling Music Festival. Tickets to both Terminal 5 shows go on sale Friday (6/14) at noon.
Updated dates are listed, along with the video for "Breakers" from their new album, Hummingbird, below...
note: these pictures were posted for about a minute yesterday, but due to a website malfunction, they disappeared. so here they are...
photos by Dana (distortion) Yavin, words by Andrew Sacher
Dinosaur Jr. / Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs / muddy people
Thanks to the storm that hit us on Friday (6/7), day 1 of Governors Ball got off to a pretty messy start. It wasn't so bad at first, and early sets from Polica and Dinosaur Jr. (who had a bunch of fans there in J.Mascis-style grey wigs) were still enjoyable despite the weather, but later in the day, the rain severely picked up and Feist's set was shut down after one song. Other artists, like Beach House, were cut off early too, and some, like Pretty Lights and Kings of Leon (who ended up playing Saturday instead), had to cancel completely. Still, before then there was much to enjoy, and the Skyy Vodka Tent made for a great place to take shelter and dry off. Plus huge afternoon dance parties from Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs and Crystal Castles didn't hurt either.
Stay tuned for our continued coverage of Governors Ball, and follow BrooklynVegan on twitter and instagram for live updates (as much as cell phone service permits at least, it gets pretty rough around mid-day). More pictures of day 1 below...
Grizzly Bear in Austin in April (more by Tim Griffin)
The festival goes down on Randall's Island this weekend (6/7-9). We also just made a Spotify playlist of many of the artists we're excited to see this weekend. Listen to that below or on Spotify. Full Governors Ball schedule is also below...
rainy Saturday at Boston Calling Music Festival (via Kevin Begley)
The first-ever Boston Calling Music Festival went down over the weekend (5/25-26) at Boston's City Hall Plaza. It was headlined by The National (whose Aaron Dessner also curated it, and who just did lots of album celebrating in NYC), and also included sets by The National's tourmates Dirty Projectors, The Shins (who also played a NYC show this past weekend), The Walkmen (who play a free show during Northside), Youth Lagoon (who open The National's Barclays Center show), and more.
Despite the rain and cold temperatures we were faced with over the weekend, the inaugural festival still seemed to be a success and festival organizers have already announced that Boston Calling will return this fall on September 7 and 8. The fall lineup is being headlined by Vampire Weekend on the Saturday, along with sets by Local Natives, The Gaslight Anthem, Bat For Lashes, Deer Tick, Okkervil River, and more; and headlined by Passion Pit on the Sunday, along with sets from Kendrick Lamar, Major Lazer, Solange, Flosstradamus, Flume, and more. Full lineup below (via Pitchfork).
Early bird 2-day passes go on sale Friday (5/31) at 10 AM and single day tickets go on sale June 7.
Both Local Natives and Kendrick Lamar also play NYC festival Governors Ball in June, which is only one of Kendrick's upcoming festival appearances in the NYC-area. Vampire Weekend and Solange play a NYC show together, and Solange also plays a free show during Northside. Major Lazer and Flosstradamus will hit NYC for their Mad Decent Block Party. And The Gaslight Anthem play two NYC shows this summer too.
Full Boston Calling fall lineup and flyer below...
Kanye West in Sweden in 2011 (more)
NYC festival Governors Ball is totally sold out of regular tickets, but if you weren't able to get yours and still want to go, there are still a few options. From now until Monday (5/27) at 11:59 PM, you can enter the Governors Ball Ticket Lottery. Entering the lottery gives you a chance to be selected to purchase either a 3-day pass or a single day ticket. More details on how the lottery works below.
Ticket lottery details and festival set times below...
Deerhunter at Austin Psych Fest 2013 (more by Tim Griffin)
Governors Ball is less than a month away, and the fest has now released the daily schedule. They've done a pretty good job with not too many giant conflicts -- though there's a few like Grizzly Bear vs Beirut, Bloc Party vs The xx, Erykah Badu vs Beach House, and Nas vs Guns N Roses. Check out the daily line-ups across their four stages below.
One of the most eclectic lineups in the US, Hopscotch Festival in Raleigh, NC, will be back for 2013 on September 5 -7. Pulling from all genres, this year's line-up includes names like Big Boi (who plays NYC tonight), Spiritualized, Sleep, Wolf Eyes (who have a new video), The Breeders (performing Last Splash), John Cale, Kurt Vile & the Violators, Gorguts, Inter Arma (who play NYC on Saturday), Double Negative (who played NYC this past weekend), Swearin' (them too), Pissed Jeans, Dan Friel, Waxahatchee and many many others. Three-day wristbands are on sale now with individual day tickets going on sale in June. Full lineup is below.
Lollapalooza 2012 (more by James Richards IV)
After it was already confirmed that Phoenix, Vampire Weekend, The Postal Service, The National, The Killers, and Mumford and Sons were playing Lollapalooza 2013, a pretty promising leak came which appeared to potentially reveal the rest of the lineup, and it turns out that leak was real.
In addition to the previously mentioned artists, Lollapalooza will include Nine Inch Nails, Queens of the Stone Age, Kendrick Lamar, Grizzly Bear, The Cure, New Order, Baroness, Beach House, Cat Power, Death Grips, Jessie Ware, Father John Misty, DIIV, Wavves, Alt-J, Hot Chip, Disclosure, Baauer, Palma Violets, Angel Haze, Band of Horses, Crystal Castles and many others.
Lollapalooza goes down in Chicago from August 2 - 4 in Grant Park. Single day passes go on sale Wednesday (4/3) at 10 AM.
Full day-by-day lineup below...
Weird Al and Bonarroo phone bank (including Mike Birbiglia and Eugene Mirman...
With help from Eugene Mirman, Chris Gethard, Mike Birbiglia, Portugal. The Man and more, Weird Al just began announcing the 2013 Bonnaroo line-up on the Bonnaroo YouTube page which happens June 13 - 16 in Manchester, TN. Weird Al just announced Pretty Lights, Wilco, A$AP Rocky, and The xx, and over the next hour, more artists will be announced. We'll update this post as more announcements come.
Other artists playing include Passion Pit, Kendrick Lamar, David Byrne and St. Vincent, Jim James, Big K.R.I.T., Billy Idol, Grizzly Bear, Japandroids, Foals, Wild Nothing, Deap Vally, Killer Mike, Lord Huron, Divine Fits, Nas, Beach House, The Gaslight Anthem, Local Natives, Dirty Projectors, Baroness, The National, The Vaccines, Holy Ghost, Death Grips, R. Kelly, Alt-J, Purity Ring, Cat Power, Wu-Tang Clan, Bjork, Tame Impala, Animal Collective, The Tallest Man on Earth, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Paul McCartney, Earl Sweatshirt, Four Tet, Father John Misty, Swans, A-Trak, Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti, Cults, AraabMuzik, DIIV, Charli XCX, Matthew E. White, Frank Turner, JEFF the Brotherhood, Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit, Calexico, Two Gallants, and more.
Tickets for the festival go on sale Saturday (2/23) at noon EST.
There's also now a video of Daniel Tosh announcing the initial lineup, which you can watch, along with the current list of announced names, below...
London resident Lyla Foy records under the name Wall and makes intimate, delicate songs like "Shoestring," which is the title track from her first EP, out April 2 on Big Picnic. You can stream it below.
Wall will be crossing the Atlantic next month for SXSW and will stop in NYC on the way home, playing Rockwood Music Hal on March 20. No advance tickets for that just yet. Before her visit to America, Wall will be on tour with Local Natives in Europe, and all upcoming dates are listed below.
Dave Grohl at Deluna Fest 2012 (more by Dana (distortion) Yavin)
Toro Y Moi @ Mohawk in Austin, Nov. 2011 (more by Tim Griffin)
today in NYC
* Emuul @ The Stone
* Broad City Live @ UCB
* Jeff Garlin @ Caroline's
* Country Mice @ Mercury Lounge
* Joseph Moffett's Claque @ Barbes
* Sondre Lerche @ The Allen Room
* Cliffsides/Cenote Glow @ The Stone
* Dojo, Shopping Spree @ Silent Barn
* The Mandingo Ambassadors @ Barbes
* Hayden, Lou Canon @ Mercury Lounge
* Smoke DZA, Kids These Days @ S.O.B.'s
* Marc Cohn, Rosanne Cash @ City Winery
* Ludwig Persik, Cascading Slopes @ Pianos
* Little King, The Broken Stares @ Sycamore
* WIERD w/ Frank Alpine @ Home Sweet Home
* Toro y Moi, Wild Belle, Dog Bite @ Webster Hall
* Tim Dahl, Pigeons, James Tweedy @ Cake Shop
* Highlife, Pure Horsehair, Daniel Higgs @ The Gutter
* All Boy/All Girl, The Eggs, Modest Midas @ Paper Box
* Beecher's Fault, Lee and The Mumbles @ Pete's Candy Store
* Why?, Astronautalis, Dream Tiger @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
* The Model Zeros, Sharif Mekawy, Victoria Levy @ The Grand Victory
* Big Terrific w/ James Adomian, Myq Kaplan, Streeter Seidell @ Cameo
* Ife Mora, Concertina, Teen Girl, Scientist Monthly, Jackpot @ Glasslands
* New Myths, Peanut Butter Lovesicle, Ben Kenney @ Rockwood Music Hall
* Summer & Evem Miko & The Musket, Let Me Be Bashful @ Bowery Electric
* Sound City Players w/ Dave Grohl, Krist Noveselic, Stevie Nicks, John Fogerty + more @ Hammerstein Ballroom
* The Chapin Sisters (are The Everly Brothers), Mike Bones, Austin McCutchen, Alana Amram @ Union Pool
Serious star power tonight at Hammerstein Ballroom for Dave Grohl's Sound City Players, featuring the Foo Fighters plus his old Nirvana bandmate Krist Novoselic, plus Stevie Nicks, John Fogerty, FEAR's Lee Ving and more. Should be interesting.
Fashion Week continues, and though we're mostly ignoring it this time around, you'll find a flyer below for one of the many parties happening tonight. This one at Le Baron with Mike Nouveau, DJ duo Ladies Night (who are the very last act listed on this year's Coachella flyer), and more.
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Local Natives, who were just in NYC, made a video for their track "Heavy Feet" and you can watch that below.
What says "til death do us part" more than Slayer's "Raining Blood"? Check out video of a couple's wedding where the classic tune was used in a rather, er, unique way.
Swans @ Bowery Ballroom, Oct. 2012 (more by Fred Pessaro // BBG)
Memory Tapes @ Williamsburg Waterfront in 2010 (more by Benjamin Lozovsky)
On An On @ Chicago's Lincoln Hall, 1/23/2013 (more by Zach Pollack)
today in NYC
* !!! (DJ set) @ The DL
* Glass House @ The Stone
* Leo Kottke @ City Winery
* The Mandingo Ambassadors @ Barbes
* Brooms, Celosa@ Pete's Candy Store
* Lakutis, Reggie Watts @ Blind Barber
* ON AN ON, Field Mouse @ Mercury Lounge
* Xanthocephalus/Parashi/Urkas @ The Stone
* Mary Halvorson & Jessica Pavone @ Barbes
* Uli Jon Roth (of The Scorpions) @ Stage 48
* Memory Tapes, TEEN, Denitia and Sene @ Glasslands
* Dances, Tenrec, Summer Saints, Planes @ Cake Shop
* Swans, Marissa Nadler @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
* Lazer Cake, Genghis Hans, Dangerous Cans @ The Rock Shop
* The Numerators, Advaeta, Juniper Rising @ Death By Audio
* Pilgrim, Occultation, Insect Ark, Balam @ Bowery Electric
* Kooley High, Clear Soul Forces, DJ Prince @ Public Assembly
* 'Lifecasters' premiere w/ Wayne Kramer @ Walter Reade Theatre
* WIERD w/ Nate Young @ Home Sweet Home
* Gold Fields, A Silent Film, American Authors @ Bowery Ballroom
* Church Whip, Syphilitic Lust, Skullshitter @ The Grand Victory
* Mumford & Sons, The Felice Brothers, Ben Howard @ Barclays Center
* B. Dolan, Metermaids, Junk Science, The Higher Concept @ Mercury Lounge
* Duk Duk Goose, Hand Job Academy, Osos Locos, DJ Tropic @ Public Assembly
* Sixpence None The Richer, Rachel Taylor, Adam Sullivan @ Knitting Factory
* Big Terrific w/ Reggie Watts, Hannibal Buress, Greg Johnson @ Cameo
* Caveman (DJ set), Friend Roulette, Racket Club, Brian Betancourt (of Hospitality) @ Pianos
* Ecstatic Music Festival w/ Clogs, Sarah Kirkland Snider & Orchestra for the Next Century @ Merkin Concert Hall
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After their string of NYC shows, Local Natives appeared on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon last night to perform "Heavy Feet" from their new album, Hummingbird. You can watch their performance below.
photos by Tracy Allison
Local Natives @ Bowery Ballroom, 2/3/2013
Local Natives completed up their three-night, sold-out NYC run on Sunday (2/3) at Bowery Ballroom, their second straight night at the venue. (Friday they played MHOW.) Both Bowery shows featured an opening set from We Barbarians, and pictures from Sunday's show, plus Local Natives' setlist, are in this post.
If you missed Local Natives' three NYC shows, you can still stream Friday's MHOW show at Bowery Presents' YouTube page. Additionally, the band will perform "Heavy Feet" live tonight (2/5) on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, so set your DVRs. Their next local show is Governors Ball in June.
More pictures from Sunday's Bowery show below...
photos by David Andrako
Local Natives at Music Hall of Williamsburg - 2/1/13
Local Natives released their sophomore album, Hummingbird, at the tail-end of last month (1/29) and kicked off a tour in support of it. That tour included a show in Brooklyn on Friday (2/1) at Music Hall of Williamsburg, followed by two consecutive dates in Manhattan at Bowery Ballroom (2/2 and 2/3), all three of which were sold out.
At the MHOW show, they were joined by The National's Aaron Dessner, who produced Hummingbird, and you can watch Aaron joining the band in the archived video of the full set (below), which initially streamed live at the Bowery Presents YouTube page. The set was a pretty fair split between the band's new album and their 2010 debut, Gorilla Manor. You can check out the full setlist (which has pretty much been the same every night on this tour) below.
The MHOW also featured David Byrne's friends People Get Ready, a fitting opener for a band who regularly covers the Talking Heads. More pictures of both bands, and Local Natives' video and setlist below...
Ty Segall @ Mohawk in Austin, 1/25/2013 (more by Sarah Frankie Linder)
Local Natives @ Bowery Ballroom, Oct. 2012 (more by Tracy Allison)
today in NYC
* Sinkane @ Blue Note
* Spacehog @ Maxwell's
* Ute Lemper @ Joe's Pub
* moe. @ Best Buy Theater
* Howard Fishman @ Barbes
* Regional De Ny @ Barbes
* Grant Evans @ The Stone
* Joakim, Max Pask @ Le Bain
* Lazyeyes, Chappo @ Glasslands
* The Lumineers, Y La Bamba @ Terminal 5
* Daniel Avery, JDH & Dave P @ Glasslands
* Hipp, Yvette, Weather Balloons @ THE LAB
* Motion Sickness of Time Travel @ The Stone
* Christian Finnegan @ Eastville Comedy Club
* Ty Segall, Mac DeMarco,Ex-Cult @ Webster Hall
* Black Marble, You, Tiers, Candide @ Union Pool
* Peter Cincotti, Dawn Landes @ Le Poisson Rouge
* RatKing, Bryant Dope, JeanDeaux @ Mercury Lounge
* Ghost Light, Softspot, Zula, Lunchbox @ Big Snow
* Beat Radio, Kay, Baby Alpaca @ Pete's Candy Store
* Red Baraat, Superhuman Happiness @ Bowery Ballroom
* Pre-V-Day Do Over Cover Bands Show @ Death By Audio
* Frank & Tony, Black Light Smoke, Bob Moses @ Output
* The Get Down, Eight Bit Tiger, Old Monk @ Spike Hill
* Pol The Fisherman and StormGiant @ Santos Party House
* Katie Mullins, Pass Kontrol, Mount Sharp @ Union Hall
* Javelin, Guardian Alien, Life Size Maps @ Shea Stadium
* NinjaSonik, Cortes & Murda, Ave Gang, @ Public Assembly
* Allison Weiss, Field Mouse, Young Statues @ Public Assembly
* Local Natives, People Get Ready @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
* Silas Fermoy, Bam, Jeremy Grinacoff, Elista @ Bowery Electric
* Berth Control, Crazy and The Brains, Secret Beach @ Muchmore's
* Hurrah! A Blot of Light!, At Seas, Nighmare River Band @ Pianos
* Easter Island, Jacques Marquette, Modern Merchant @ Cameo Gallery
* Franz Nicolay, Trevor Wilson Vocal Ensemble, Ben Seretan @ Silent Barn
* Shilpa Ray, Kissing Is A Crime, How To Be Topp, Rosy Street @ Silent Barn
* Who Killed Spikey Jacket?, Perdition, Sad Boys, Goosebumps, Muderer @ 285 Kent
* The Jupiter Deluxe, Wormburner, Foster McGinty, Midnight Romeo @ Arlene Grocery
* Ice Choir, Limited, Sasha Desree, D-Video, Red Hook @ Body Actualized Center
* Chris Lake, Fareoh, Brass Bed, Alex English (DJ Set), rekLES (DJ Set) @ Webster Hall
* Power Pop-A-Licious w/ Kid Sentiment, Kurt Baker, The Connection, Party Lights, The Disconnects, The Psycho Hippies @ Cake Shop
Mac DeMarco, who plays with Ty Segall tonight at Webster Hall, spent this afternoon performing at Pitchfork's offices in Williamsburg, a set that included a spiffy cover of the late Dave Brubeck's "Take 5." He and his band sounded great and you can stream the 35-minute performance below.
Tonight Death by Audio is throwing a "Pre-V-Day Do Over Cover Bands Show" with unnamed bands (but probably ones you've heard of) performing song by Joy Division, Rancid, Distillers, Fastbacks, Mr.T Experience, Stiff Little Fingers and MC5. The similar event at DbA during Halloween was a lot of fun.
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Primavera Sound have announced their 2013 lineup, set to go down on May 22-26 in Barcelona, Spain. The announcement came via an animated video and artists performing include Phoenix, The Postal Service, Blur, Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, My Bloody Valentine, Tame Impala, Wu-Tang Clan, Dead Can Dance, Grizzly Bear, The Knife, and loads more. Current lineup is below along with the flyer and video...
Governors Ball, which started as a small NYC festival on Governors Island and moved to the larger Randall's Island last year, keeps getting bigger and bigger. This year's fest takes place June 7th, 8th & 9th, and tickets go on sale Friday. Check out the full lineup, in list, video and flyer format - one unannounced headliner included, below...