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Lollapalooza 2013 Lineup (with mp3s)

Lollapalooza has announced its 2013 lineup and has already sold out of three-day passes, individual day passes, and VIP passes. I’ve gone every year since it settled in Chicago and have consistently had a good time. Some years have been more fun than other, but there are always bands I’m excited to see and there … Continue reading Lollapalooza 2013 Lineup (with mp3s)

Looking back at Lollapalooza 2012

Lollapalooza: the great granddaddy of music festivals. Or would that be Woodstock? Or Monterrey? Or Newport? Maybe Lolla is just the weird uncle of music fests. Who’s not even that weird anymore. Lolla is your uncle whose basement used to smell funny, but now he’s just a regular old guy who wears golf shirts. Or … Continue reading Looking back at Lollapalooza 2012

Summer Camp Music Festival: MP3 Sampler

This summer, we’re sending a GLONO crew to camp out and cover at least three music festivals. The first will be the 12th annual Summer Camp Music Festival, in Chillicothe, IL over Memorial Day Weekend (All Good and Hoxeyville are also on the list). The line up for Summer Camp is really exciting. Over 100 bands … Continue reading Summer Camp Music Festival: MP3 Sampler

Lollapalooza 2012 Lineup (with MP3s)

As usual with big fests, the headliners are disappointing. But who cares? The undercard is always where the action is. Here’s who’s playing, with MP3s where I could find them. See you in Chicago, August 3-5, 2012. Afghan Whigs Alabama Shakes (MP3: I Found You) Aloe Blacc (MP3: You Make Me Smile) Amadou & Mariam … Continue reading Lollapalooza 2012 Lineup (with MP3s)


Moby Brings His Record Collection on Tour with Area:One Johnny Loftus CHICAGO – Delays, traffic jams, and a general lull in performance was felt throughout Chicagoland Wednesday, as thousands of coffee shops, fast food restaurants, and service industry positions were severely understaffed. The ramifications of the epidemic were widespread, as the working public found its … Continue reading DANCE MUSIC STOPS THE TRAFFIC