The Kills’ Sunday night (Aug. 2) gig at Chicago’s Metro was more gripping than 80 percent of performances over the course of Lollapalooza's three days
David Brendan Hall
The third day (Aug. 2) of Lollapalooza was most certainly ruled by women.
Never in its nearly two decades of existence has Lollapalooza scheduled two more polarizing headliners than Sam Smith and Metallica.
Any time Paul McCartney is booked to headline a festival, it’s cause for celebration.
For Swedish folk duo First Aid Kit, Austin, Texas is much more than just another tour stop.
We were at the gig that prompted Best Coast frontwoman Bethan Cosentino to explain why she seems so serious these days, but their show in Austin seriously rocked.
St. Vincent put on an unforgettable performance to the "truants … the dominated and dominatrixes" in Dallas.
Sufjan Stevens' stunned us at his recent gig in Austin as he celebrated life and dove into death.
By the third and final afternoon of Levitation, the threatening gray clouds had thinned to let in some sunshine.
After Tame Impala’s enthralling Friday night headliner set, Day 2 (May 9) of Austin’s Levitation festival had a lot to live up to.