'Have a Good Trip' also features The Grateful Dead's Bill Kreutzmann, Adam Scott, Nick Kroll, Nick Offerman, the late Anthony Bourdain, Sting, Sarah Silverman, and more with a soundtrack from Yo La Tengo.
"Due to the volatile nature of the accusations surrounding Ms. Argento, she has chosen to withdraw from her curatorship of this year's edition, while these issues remain open." - Le Guess Who? festival.
Anthony Bourdain's Parts Unknown will return for a final season on CNN, including an episode that explores NYC's East Village and Lower East Side, with appearances from members of Blondie, Cro-Mag Harley Flanagan, Jim Jarmusch, Kid Congo Powers and more.
Bourdain was a great lover and champion of music, and tributes from musicians have been pouring in, including Iggy Pop, Laura Jane Grace of Against Me!, Questlove, El-P, Zola Jesus, John Lurie, Jimmy Eat World, and more.
Anthony was about as un-vegan as they got -- he railed against them in his breakout 2000 restaurant tell-all and memoir, Kitchen Confidential -- but he was also pretty rock n' roll. His original travel show, No Reservations, featured a theme by Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Queens of the Stone Age were regular guests on his show, and he even once attended a BrooklynVegan SXSW day party (he was a fan of Austin band Ume).