Summer of the Buzz continued in Kansas with another night of great music. This time, alternative radio station 96.5 the Buzz brought in Vampire Weekend and Cults for an outdoor show at the Crossroads.
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Andrew McMahon has a new project and you can officially get the first taste with “Cecilia and the Satellite.”
“Begin Again” is a love story, but not your typical love story. Not everyone gets a second chance at love and not every second chance is worth giving. For two strangers brought together by unfortunate circumstances, they’re about to get a second chance at love. Their love story brings them together and shows them falling back in love…with music.
If you’re in touch with your feminine side, can handle a film dealing with an abortion, and you want to see an “alternative” romantic comedy, “Obvious Child” is a film that shouldn’t be missed.
San Francisco’s Outsides Land Festival is becoming a must-attend festival not just for the ears, but now also for the stomach. Foodies are in for a treat with the newly revealed lineup of local food and drink vendors that will be at the festival.
Foster the People’s latest music video comes with a powerful punch.
Fun Fun Fun Fest has just revealed its 2014 lineup and it might be one of the most eclectically brilliant lineups of the festival season. Headlining the Austin, TX festival are Judas Priest, Neutral Milk Hotel, Death Cab for Cutie, Wiz Khalifa and Nas. That’s right heavy metal, indie pop rock and hip hop — and that’s just the headliners.
Lawrence 4-piece Cowboy Indian Bear had a tough time on the road when they set out on their fall headlining tour last year. They had made it no further than St. Louis when their van broke down, forcing them to cancel their tour. Fortunately, the band knows how to make lemonade when life hands you lemons, and they used their time stuck on the road to record Vandeventer, a new EP due out May 20.