The bands did everything festival acts should do: There were poppy fan-service acts and more experimental sets to get everybody to flex their ear muscles. Our favorites? We somehow narrowed it down to 10.
The fest will be held Sept. 26-27 in Washington, D.C.
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Questlove is speaking out in defense of Iggy Azalea’s brand of hip-hop and even calling her Charli XCX-assisted song “Fancy” a “game-changer” for the genre.
Electro-rock duo Chromeo have the innate ability to make anything funky, as evidenced by the group’s new in-flight safety video for the emerging airline, Mallard Air.
Band members Dave 1 and P-Thugg are prime equity holders in the new airline, which has 10 Midwestern hubs in America and three more in the Canadian Prairies.
Chromeo had to wait nearly ten years to hear one of their songs on the radio, but according to Dave 1 it was well worth the wait.
The 12-track release features contributions from Ezra Koenig and Solange.
“There’s no other ode to the castrated male on the radio today,” singer Dave 1 said. “In that sense our music means something in the context of other songs that are like, ‘I know you want it, I know you want it.'”
“Ezra came in and we made him sound like a Bee Gee,” says Chromeo’s P-Thugg of the latest song to be revealed from the forthcoming “White Women” full-length.
Coachella 2014, Day 1: Outkast Have a Hard Time Connecting with Crowd, While Girl Talk Blows Them Away
It was nice to see Outkast back together, but it seemed the crowd was more interested in dancing along to Chromeo and Girl Talk.
Bonnaroo will also feature performances from The Flaming Lips, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Kaskade, Damon Albarn, Neutral Milk Hotel and many, many more.
The fifth annual Sweetlife Festival in Maryland is celebrating good food and good music with a lineup that boasts indie rock, pop and one hip-hop foodie.
Celebrities went all out this year, what with their resources and their Instagram accounts. Here are some of our favorite costumes from the year, from vampires to of course Miley Cyrus and Ellen Degeneres as Nicki Minaj.
“Sexy Socialite,” the second single off Canadian synth-duo Chromeo’s upcoming album White Women, fits right in with the band’s catalog of electro-funk tracks.
For their new album, ‘White Women,’ Chromeo enlisted a little help from some of their famous friends.