NEW YORK — Toward the end of his headlining set at the inaugural Panorama music festival on Friday night, Arcade Fire frontman Win Butler looked around and offered an assessment of the outdoor grounds
"We were here in 2007 and it was like a dustbowl,” he said. “Now they put in technology and Internet cafes,” he added. “It looks a little gentrified."Read more
Like the life-cycle of a rare species that blossoms at odd intervals, the Los Angeles trio Autolux arrived with its recent album, “Pussy’s Dead,” after six years of germination.Read more
Two founding members of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame vocal group the O’Jays have joined the expanding list of pop musicians voicing opposition to the use of their music at the Republican National Convention this week in Cleveland.Read more
Launching a new music festival in Los Angeles is a massive undertaking for any promoter. It’s an even bigger challenge for one that’s new to the city.
Last year that was Mark Douglas. The chief executive of Airborne Tickets had relocated to L.A. after spending two decades in the Bay Area producing and promoting events. Upon his arrival in L.A.Read more