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Lollapalooza 2004

What happened to Lollapalooza 2004? We’re not quite sure, but we do know it never happened—until now. Josh is recreating the epic lineup that year with songs from The Flaming Lips, The Killers, and more.


Police, Tool, White Stripes Confirmed for Bonnaroo

Sure, you may have read all about the lineup for the 2007 Bonnaroo Festival on various music blogs early Tuesday (February 13), but as it turns out, most of that “information” – and by “most,” we mean roughly 30 percent – was incorrect (we’re as shocked as you are). So here, for your viewing pleasure, is the official, 100 percent confirmed ‘Roo lineup. The Police, Tool and the White Stripes top an initial list of more than 70 artists scheduled to appear at Bonnaroo ’07, to be held June 14-17 in Manchester, Tennessee. Others on that list include Wilco, Franz… Read more »


Jimmy Eat World Taking Next Video Into Their Own Hands

Before they became flush with major-label cash, Jimmy Eat World had to rely on good old-fashioned ingenuity to make things happen. Everything they did – from booking shows and studio time to hawking merch and demo cassettes – they did on their own (believe it or not, some bands actually work this way). So it should come as no surprise that they’re taking that same DIY approach to their videos. While on tour in Japan earlier this month – in support of last year’s Futures album – frontman Jim Adkins picked up his camera and PowerBook and started making short… Read more »


Lollapalooza Music Fest Is Chicago Bound

Los Angeles – Lollapalooza – a marquee touring festival of the 1990s that fell on commercial hard times last year – is returning this year in drastically scaled-down form. Lollapalooza ’05 will run July 23-24 in Chicago’s Grant Park. The band lineup will not be announced until the third week in April. The festival Web site (www.lollapalooza.com) will go live Friday. Lollapalooza began life in 1991 as a major vehicle for the exposure of left-field rock talent. A highly successful summer touring proposition in the early ’90s, it took a five-year hiatus from 1998-2002, as other treks like the Vans… Read more »

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