Lollapalooza continues legacy of music festival greatness

Lollapalooza continues legacy of music festival greatness

August 19, 2013
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For three days, thousands of music fans from all over the world gathered in Grant Park, Chicago, to enjoy a weekend of great music and memorable performances. There are plenty of reasons why Lollapalooza is so special in the American live music scene. But the element that Lollapalooza prides itself in... Read more »

Top five: Heartbreaking decisions at Lollapalooza

Top five: Heartbreaking decisions at Lollapalooza

August 3, 2013
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Now in its 17th year, Lollapalooza continues to be the most anticipated music festival of the summer. 2013 looks to be no different, with the gathered musicians serving as one of 2013’s most exciting lineups. Bringing together legends like Nine Inch Nails and The Cure with popular newcomers like San Cis... Read more »

Lotus at Best Buy Theatre

Lotus at Best Buy Theatre

January 30, 2013
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Multi-genre band Lotus played a breathtaking show at the Best Buy Theatre last Saturday, Jan. 26.  Along with the talented jazz-house trio Moon Hooch, the band took devoted fans through a breathtaking experience filled with flashing lights and unexpected twists (including a Jam-Band-style cover of... Read more »

Nosaj Thing electrifies Webster Hall

Nosaj Thing electrifies Webster Hall

January 19, 2013
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Experimental hip-hop producer Jason Chung, known as Nosaj Thing, played a dynamic set at Webster Hall on Friday, January 18. With ghost-like movements and a concentrated demeanor, he smoothly tied soft tracks like "Aquarium" and "Eclipse/Blue" with the darker sounds of "1685/Bach" and "Fog" from his album "Drift.... Read more »

GALLERY: Looking Back on Sandy’s Legacy

GALLERY: Looking Back on Sandy’s Legacy

November 4, 2012
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Click above to see images of Sandy's destruction, NYU students taking refuge in Kimmel, and New York City's first recovery efforts. zp8497586rq