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FESTIVAL REVIEW: Highlights from Pickathon 2019

I’m somewhat of a veteran outdoor music festivals—growing up in Seattle, my hippy musician parents would tote me around to local festivals like Folklife and Bumbershoot, and several summer music camps throughout the west coast. By ten years-old, I was well-acquainted with dusty Birkenstock-clad feet, the usefulness of a good waterproof fanny pack, and the [...]

By |2019-08-13T16:15:02-05:00August 13th, 2019|FEATURES, Reviews|

PLAYING CINCY: Cincinnati Throws Down At Bunbury Music Festival

Last weekend, the city of Cincinnati gathered along the Ohio River for the 7th annual Bunbury Music Festival. The three-day fest featured headliners like The 1975, Greta Van Fleet and Fall Out Boy, along with impressive supporting acts such as Machine Gun Kelly, Girl Talk, Run The Jewels, and Sublime with Rome. Local talent, like [...]

By |2019-06-14T14:43:51-05:00June 14th, 2019|COLUMNS, Playing Cincinnati|

INTERVIEW: L’Rain, Spellling, and Boy Harsher to Embrace the Experimental at Basilica SoundScape 2018

Just a short ride on Amtrak from Penn Station, Hudson - with its quaint brick buildings, historic architecture, and riverside views - has become an enclave for New York City’s artistic expats. One of its architectural centerpieces rises from the city’s industrial past: Basilica Hudson, a sprawling 1800s foundry reborn in 2010 as a concert [...]

By |2018-09-12T18:14:03-05:00September 12th, 2018|Audiofemme Presents, FEATURES, Interviews|

PLAYING DETROIT: Whateverfest Brings Detroit’s Disparate Music Scenes Together

When you think about music festivals, it’s easy to picture giant stages, overcrowded drink lines, and teenagers in various species of headwear. Whateverfest - an all-genre, all-ages DIY festival based in Detroit - is pretty much the opposite of that. Born from a “what if” conversation between friends in 2011, Whateverfest has grown from a [...]

By |2018-05-09T16:13:02-05:00May 9th, 2018|COLUMNS, Playing Detroit|

FESTIVAL REVIEW: Highlights from Bonnaroo 2017

photo by Jorgenson Photography via Bonnaroo Facebook Four years in the Tennessee heat. Bonnaroo 2017 was my fourth year heading to "The Farm" and despite grumbles over Live Nation buying the fest, Bonnaroo remained true to its core: filthy, socially conscious, and driven by the music. After flying into Austin, we traveled up [...]

By |2018-08-09T17:06:35-05:00June 14th, 2017|FEATURES, NEWS, Show Reviews|

FESTIVAL PREVIEW: Basilica SoundScape 2016

Basilica Hudson is a "non-profit multidisciplinary arts center" in Hudson, NY that supports "the creation, production and presentation of arts and culture while fostering sustainable community." They're also throwing a killer music festival September 16-18, called Basilica SoundScape.

By |2018-08-09T17:09:25-05:00August 25th, 2016|Upcoming Events|

NEWS ROUNDUP: Hinds, Making a Murderer, and David Bowie

With the new year we're going to be bringing you a weekly news round up. Here are our highlights. Dig in. HINDS Takes Over NYC Hinds, the Madrid-based, garage rock band, released Leave Me Alone today, and made a few noteworthy appearances in NYC to celebrate: An in-store session at Manhattan’s Other Music on Tuesday, and [...]

By |2018-08-09T17:11:17-05:00January 8th, 2016|FEATURES, MUSING, NEWS, Recent|

FESTIVAL PREVIEW: Elements Music & Art Festival 8/22

This Saturday BangOn!NYC is holding their mysterious music and arts festival Elements. Along an industrial waterfront in Brooklyn, the vibe should be somewhere between Berlin's Boiler Room and the bug-infested desert of Burning Man. A few subway lines away from wherever you reside, the one-day event promises to be a slice of music and escapism without plagues [...]

By |2018-08-09T17:12:27-05:00August 21st, 2015|Recent|

FESTIVAL PREVIEW: Seattle’s Capitol Hill Block Party – The Femme’s Picks

Capitol Hill Block Party is Seattle’s beloved street party meets music festival. Usually convening at the end of July, this is the block party’s third year running. Taking up over six city blocks, it showcases more than 100 artists. The neighborhood of Capitol Hill, traditionally known for its colorful artist and music fueled culture, will [...]

By |2018-08-09T17:12:36-05:00July 23rd, 2015|OUT & ABOUT, Recent, Uncategorized|

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