Kevin Shea Adams

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Burger Boogaloo Loves Black Lips, Jonathan Richman, Fuzz, and Toilet Paper Fights

More photos, this time from the second and final day of the Oakland garage-punk festival
Kevin Shea Adams
7.6.15
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Burger Boogaloo Celebrated America with John Waters, the Mummies, the Gories, and More

Check out photos from the first day of the Oakland-based garage punk festival.
Kevin Shea Adams
7.6.15
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Check Out Photos of Purling Hiss, OBN IIIs, Meatbodies, Hunters and More from Panache's CMJ Party

A night of garage and punk in Brooklyn   [[recommended]]  
Kevin Shea Adams
10.28.14
Interviews

Do Yourself a Favor and Go to an Island in the North Carolina Mountains for Harvest Records' Transfigurations Festival

Transfigurations II will be like little else you've ever seen.
Kevin Shea Adams
8.19.14
Reviews

We Didn't See This: Godspeed at the Polaris Prize Gala

Picking a Winner in Kanada
Kevin Shea Adams
9.30.13
Features

There's a Music Party in Kentucky

How to start your own music festival.
Kevin Shea Adams
9.26.13
Photos

I Went to Pickathon, the Chillest Music Festival on Planet Earth

I spent four nights sleeping in a tent surrounded by ferns and moss, and four days running around with a camera like a starving and unchill paparazzo. During this time, I not only saw some amazing bands, but came to understand why people take ice cream v
Kevin Shea Adams
9.4.13
Interviews

Pickathon Rethinks the Music Festival

Pickathon takes place over three days, posted up in a wooded area outside a farm with unusual custom-built stages, lots of camping, and a committed approach to optimizing the festival's overall impact on your experience and the environment.
Kevin Shea Adams
7.17.13
Interviews

Unknown Mortal Orchestra's Ruban Nielson is Fine Staying Indoors, Thanks

We talked to the punk-gone-psych frontman about recording everything in his basement, hating nature, marinating sound, and how when he says psychedelic, he means psychedelic.
Kevin Shea Adams
7.11.13
Features

Unlocking the Truth is the Most Brutal Sixth Grade Metal Band Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever

Last Thursday, I took the L train to the end of the line to catch up with Unlocking the Truth, a heavy metal trio composed of sixth graders. Some people have referred to them as "childcore," but those people probably can't play music well enough to apprec
Kevin Shea Adams
5.30.13