Each and every April, Goldenvoice puts on a number of sideshows all around Southern California in support of Coachella, and 2016 will be no different.
The 2015 BAMS List: Showbams covered many excellent bands, musicians and DJs throughout 2015 — the following 25 acts are our favorite live performers of the year.
FESTIVAL REVIEW: From everything we witnessed over two action-packed days, it felt like a major success.
FYF Fest sent shock waves across the Internet less than two days before this weekend’s festival takes place.
After ending the two-day festival at midnight in previous years, FYF is taking things up a notch in 2015.
If you’re not keen on catching headliners Frank Ocean and Morrissey at FYF but still want to see Bloc Party or The Jesus and Mary Chain without paying for a two-day GA pass, you’re in a bit of luck.
FESTIVAL REVIEW: The Do LaB has created one of the most unique experiences on the entire U.S. festival circuit, but whether LIB can maintain its “boutique” label remains to be seen.
The 12th annual FYF Fest once again promises a delicious distillation of indie, electronic, rap or rock acts. Although, this year seems to be pretty lean in the rock department.
FESTIVAL PREVIEW: LIB has slowly but surely started to share more and more of the same artists that have recently graced the polo fields in Indio.
FESTIVAL REVIEW: Goldenvoice and FNGRS CRSSD are quickly changing the game after putting on a nearly flawless first edition of CRSSD Festival at San Diego’s Waterfront Park.
FESTIVAL PREVIEW: Making its debut this spring, CRSSD Festival is the newest music festival to call California home. Here are five reasons why you’ll want to be there.
WKEND MIXTAPE: We have three new mixes for you this week including the latest from Goldroom, one from Chris Keating of Yeasayer, and a throwback mix by Hollertronix (Diplo + Lowbudget).