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coachella 2018
coachella 2018

It's Time to Forgive Eminem

It's been a long time since "The Real Slim Shady," but Eminem's headlining set at Coachella reminded us of a better dystopia.
Jeff Weiss
4.17.18
coachella 2018
coachella 2018

Banana Hammocks, Body Glitter, and All the Coolest Outfits We Saw at Coachella

None of these outfits really made sense, but they looked cool as hell, which is really all that matters.
Noisey Staff
4.16.18
coachella 2018
coachella 2018

We Are All Dead Inside, Just Like The Weeknd

His headlining Coachella set proved the darkness is certainly real, but the deeper meaning remains questionable.
Jeff Weiss
4.16.18
coachella 2018
coachella 2018

SZA Is the Pop Star of the Future, Long Live the Queen

SZA wasn't technically Coachella’s Friday night headliner, but her set felt like a damn coronation.
Shaad D’Souza
4.16.18
coachella 2018
coachella 2018

Tyler, The Creator Would Like to Reintroduce Himself

His colorful Coachella was the ultimate distillation of 'Flower Boy''s mood and aesthetic, finding Tyler in a new era, all alone in a fantasy world of his own creation.
Shaad D’Souza
4.16.18
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What It's Like to Go to a Music Festival When You're Pregnant as Hell

I went to Sónar Reykjavík five months pregnant to see Danny Brown, meet Björk, and prove that I've still got it (and that I love live music).
Leslie Horn
4.10.18
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We Sent Our Most Online Employees to See Lil Skies

Is what the kids are feeling familiar or are we well and truly fucked by society?
Annalise Domenighini
Trey Smith
3.28.18
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PROFILES

Inside the 100-Hour Hell Week of a SXSW Programmer

A behind the scenes look at the logistics behind booking 2,000 bands—from breakout youngsters like Starcrawler to solo guitar experimentalists like Yonatan Gat to freaky jazz phenoms like Ezra Collective—playing on 100 stages in 6 days.
Dan Gentile
3.20.18
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The Best and Worst Shit We Saw at SXSW 2018

Some of our favorites of the week in Austin included Rico Nasty, Mozzy, IDLES, Starcrawler, Goat Girl, Valee, an Uber driver, and more.
Noisey Staff
3.19.18
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Welcome to Hell: The Times Square Grand Ole Opry

If you needed any more proof that country music is actually just a very large tourist industry that happens to feature a banjo or pedal steel sometimes, you should head to the Grand Ole Opry's Opry City Stage in New York City's Times Square.
Annalise Domenighini
2.1.18
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I Did Zumba with Jason Derulo and It Was Some Classic LA Bullshit

“I’m here not because I like Zumba," Perez Hilton says, "but because I like VIPs!”
Michelle Lhooq
1.30.18
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The ‘Joanne’ Album Has Forever Changed Lady Gaga’s Live Show

As she kicks off her rescheduled European tour, it's clear that Gaga 1.0 is gone for good.
Hannah Ewens
1.23.18