Los Angeles based Wildcat Wildcat has been getting a lot of buzz lately and there is good reason. Made up of keys, base and drums, harmonized falsettos, they bring a fun sound that leaves you wanting more.
Wildcat Wildcat is a band not to miss out at SXSW if you’ll be there. They’re playing Filter Magazine’s Cedar Street Showdown and a few other shows. Below are some shots from a recent show Wildcat Wildcat played with a video below:
Here’s a video of their song, Mr. Quiche played live at a Pacific Festival pre-party show:
It was such a fun to see The Postal Service announced they will be playing Coachella this year and will be on tour surrounding that date. First tour for The Postal Service, side project of Ben Gibbard ( Death Cab for Cutie ) since 2003 and there are a lot of people, including us, very excited about this.
Going to be a good year at Coachella this coming April 2013!! So many fun bands we’re excited about. From Band of Horses, Father John Misty, Wu Tang Clan, Ben Howard, Dillon Francis, Hanni El Khatib, Sigur Ros, LOCAL NATIVES, Lord Huron, Of Monsters and Men, Passion Pit, PHOENIX, Pretty Lights, The XX, Jaime XX, The Lumineers, The Stone Roses, and Wolfgang Gartner to name a few. Can’t wait!!
This special edition of C.A.M.M. will offer a Southern California Retrospective, over 40 years of SoCal culture through the eyes of the photographers and videographers (10-20 artists will be on display throughout the grounds). Beautiful outdoor venue, art, music and food served all night. GET YOUR TICKETS HERE.
OK. To start, this line up took our breath away. Coachella couldn’t have put together a better line up for their 2012 2 weekend festival. Coachella has been know for getting bands back together for tours you never thought would ever happen again. Bands you loved. This year, you have Refused and At the Drive in. Get the F out of town. Freeking out over those bands. Besides the fact you have Radiohead, The Black Keys, Feist, Bon Iver, Florence and the Machine….every band is worth seeing. Unbelievable. Here’s the whole lineup.
I must say that no one does a rave like Insomniac and I’m definitely getting my tickets to Electric Daisy Carnival 2012 after attending their Escape from Wonderland Festival. Friends were saying that we were going to need a break from EDM after raving for over 12 hours to the high energy sets by producers such as Afrojack, Wilkinson with Armanni Reign, Funtcase, Sub Focus with MC ID, Brookes Brothers, Steve Angello, and Pendulum, but we’re still amping at how good they were.
Sorry for the delay but here are our photos and hope you enjoy!
If you don’t have any plans for Halloween weekend yet, you’re late for a very important date fellow party people. Insomniac Events is putting on their first ever “Escape from Wonderland” festival on October 29th and this will most likely be their most visually stimulating production to date. Don’t be fooled into thinking this will be your run-of -the-mill rave with a few die-hards dressed to impress. Expect concert goers to be dressed to the nines, but we think that will just be the tip of this visual iceberg.
Insomniac is pulling out all the stops to have insane performance artists, wildly costumed dancers, and a decor that is sure to make you feel like you’ve just bought a ticket to fall down the rabbit hole. Check out their trailer below and just marvel at the attention to detail in the cinematography. This should tip you off that no expense will be spared in stage design and artist appearances.
But let’s not forget how RIDICULOUSLY HUGE this line up is. I’m not going to deny that I’m most excited to see some drum & bass’ freshest producers such as the Brookes Brothers, Pendulum, Wilkinson, and Subfocus, but that doesn’t downplay some of the other names on the bill such as Steve Angello, Afrojack, ATB, and Benni Benassi.
I know I said that you’re late when I started this post… but an enjoyable Halloween is not out of your grasp. Grab your tickets from one of the Insomniac approved providers and hopefully you’ll catch us at the show so you can grab one of the Noise Train’s body stamps!