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Everyone loves music. It is one of the only (naturally occurring) things in the world scientifically proven to affect mood, the audibly consumable drug. Festivals in the U.S. have come a long way since the famed days of acid trips and free love at Woodstock '69 and more still since the corporate greed and flash rioting of Woodstock '99. Between plane tickets, camping permits, and hotel rooms, music festivals now-a-days can get expensive very quickly. Prep beforehand with our guide to ten upcoming festivals across the globe. More»
Via la.guestofaguest: [Photo: Sky Ferreira, Greg Krenelstein, Cory Kennedy] One of the most hush hush events of Coachella weekend was the Kings of Leon After Party presented by AllSaints Spitalfields. Kate Bosworth, Alex Skarsgard, Kelly and Jack Osbourne, Aziz Ansari, Interpol, and Philip Lim joined 400 or so people for a throw down bash at the Jackalope Ranch on Friday night following the headline performance. Take a look at the pics! MORE>>>
[Photo: Sky Ferreira, Greg Krenelstein, Cory Kennedy] One of Coachella weekend's more hush-hush events we had to keep on the DL was the Kings of Leon After Party presented by AllSaints Spitalfields. We learned from their pre-Grammy indie rock celebration and again Friday night at the headlining act's post-performance fete, that AllSaints knows how to throw one helluva bash. And just like the Grammy event, the night was not complete without a surprise celebration of sorts for Patrick Carney of the Black Keys. More»
VICE and Intel Corporation's Creators Project launched "The Studio," with lots of free booze and Interpol, while The Strokes hit a fashion party. As emerging artists and designer got their due, the Lexington Avenue Armory was decorated with a floating city. Let's get the details on what happened last night! More»
We've all had a chance to examine the official lineup for Coachella 2011, and therefore a chance to marvel at how we more or less nailed it with our early predictions. While some websites would be content to pat themselves on the back, we are not. Which is why I'm delighted to announce our next big scoop: early information and analysis on some huge special unannounced acts for each day of the festival. More»
After all the speculation, teasing games and false alarms (thank you, @IGGNASTYY) over the last few days as we all waited with baited breath, the official lineup for Coachella 2011 has been released! And we were prettttyyyyy, prettyyyyyy, prettyyyyyy, pretty close with our predictions. Now let's breakdown the official Coachella performers and take a look at which acts we guessed right and the ones we missed. More»
If you haven't yet seen our Coachella 2011 flyer of lineup predictions or just want to experience the awesomeness again, here it is. With rumors of the official lineup to be announced tomorrow, our annual pilgrimage to the desert feels close. Keep reading to see our predictions, plus all related coverage of this year's Coachella experience! More»
It's coming. The long-speculated Coachella lineup is traditionally revealed in mid-to-late January. Since 2008, with a close ear to the ground, I've concocted posters reflecting my informed predictions of the festival's list of performers each year, and there's a real science to formulating a Coachella lineup: More»
We can usually tell from our pictures exactly how drunk guests were at any given event. The levels of inebriation we see on Guest of a Guest range from stone-cold sober to...decidedly not stone-cold sober. But the guests at the Interpol CD release party at Brooklyn Bowl on Saturday got it just right. More»
Friday, May 24
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.