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End of the Road fest 2023 has King Gizzard, Wilco, Arooj Aftab, more

UK festival End of the Road happens August 31 – September 3 at Larmer Tree Gardens in Dorset and the 2023 lineup also includes Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Future Islands, High Vis, Overmono, and more.

H. Hawkline announces Cate Le Bon-produced album, shares "Milk for Flowers"

‘Milk for Flowers‘ is out March 10 via Heavenly, and also features Tim Pressly, John Parish, and more.

Kurt Vile & Cate Le Bon announce collaborative 2020 tour

Kurt Vile appears on Cate Le Bon’s 2019 album Reward (on track “Magnificent Gestures”) and they both played on a bill with Dinosaur Jr in Central Park this year. Now Kurt and Cate are teaming up for a tour where they’ll play ”together and solo” backed by Warpaint’s Stella Mozgawa and Stephen ”Sweet Baboo” Black…

review: Aldous Harding's utterly transfixing new album 'Designer'

Aldous’ new album is a glorious, transfixing mystery.

Aldous Harding announces new LP 'Designer' (listen to "The Barrel")

Aldous Harding has announced details of her new album, ’Designer, ’which will be out April 26 via 4AD/Flying Nun. As on 2017’s Party, she worked with producer John Parish (PJ Harvey)…

Gruff Rhys pens diary about what music he's listening to on tour (and more)

The Super Furry Animals frontman is currently on tour in support of his new solo album ‘Babelsberg’. He discusses the music the band is listening to, like ELO, Melvins, Rush, Minutemen, Faust, and others, as well as Tim Horton’s coffee, fall foliage, and more.

End of the Road 2018 pics (Vampire Weekend, St. Vincent, Feist, more)

Unique, laid back UK festival End of the Road happened August 30 – September 2 at the lush, vegetal Larmer Tree Gardens, featuring sets from Vampire Weekend, St. Vincent, Feist, Yo La Tengo…

Gruff Rhys announces 'Babelsberg' (watch the "Frontier Man" video)

Gruff (Super Furry Animals) made the album with a 72-piece orchestra.

End of the Road fest: 2018 lineup

The 2018 lineup was revealed today featuring headliners Vampire Weekend (their first show in four years) and St. Vincent, plus Feist, Yo La Tengo, Ezra Furman, Jeff Tweedy, John Cale, Oh Sees, Gruff Rhys, Fat White Family, Julia Holter, Destroyer, Big Thief, Aldous Harding, Hookworms, Omar Souleyman, Mulatu Astatke, Protomartyr, Japanese Breakfast, Gwenno, and lots more.

Festival No. 6 takes place in Portmeirion ("The Village" in 'The Prisoner'): lineup/tix

Most people go to festivals because of the lineup, but here’s one where some might go just because of its location. Festival No. 6 happens September 7-10 in Portmeirion, the Welsh tourist village made famous at “The Village” in trippy’60s spy show The Prisoner. The Flaming Lips, Mogwai, Arab Strap, Kate Tempest, Jarvis Cocker and more…
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