Archive for May, 2011

The Coachella Website changed today. Visiting Coachella.com now yields the message above. Click the image to enlarge, or read the message below:

We’re excited to announce Coachella 2012 will be held over TWO WEEKENDS.

In an effort to try and accommodate everyone who wants to experience the festival, COACHELLA 2012 will be two separate events, held over two consecutive weekends. We will attempt to produce two identical festival weekends. That means same lineup, same art, same place, different people.

We know many of you were unable to attend this year’s festival because passes sold out much sooner than anticipated. We were truly surprised by the overwhelming response and remain honored by your passion and enthusiasm. We also know some of you purchased through non legitimate sources and were inconvenienced, gouged or totally scammed. We hope that these changes will give everyone the opportunity to purchase directly from Coachella.com.

Passes go on sale beginning this Friday, June 3rd, 2011, at 10am PST until the following Friday June 10th, 2011, at 10pm PST. This advance sale will be the only opportunity to take advantage of the Coachella Payment Plan. Passes will be available through a payment plan of 10% down and 8 equal monthly payments OR by payment in full. The price of three-day passes remains at $269 plus fees for the sixth consecutive year.

Coachella Weekend 1 – April 13-15, 2012 | Coachella Weekend 2 – April 20-22, 2012

I’ll be buying a ticket to the first weekend if I have to pick when I purchase. What do you think of having the event be identical over two consecutive weekends?


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Yesterday’s picture is of a house near my apartment that has a fence covered in snapdragons. It looks pretty rad, even if the rest of the proprty is unkempt.

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It was two months ago that I posted the mp3 for “Civilization,” the latest from French electro-duo Justice. Now you can check out their apocalyptic video for the song.

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Today’s picture is courtesy of Mother Nature. She brought a storm into Salt Lake this evening allowing me to snap this gloomy, wet shot of the Temple.

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This is Friday’s picture getting posted a bit late. The building I live in was built in 1909 and this is in the community laundry room. I wonder how long it has been since it was last used?

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The geniuses behind Chiddy Bang, Chidera “Chiddy” Anemage and  Producer Noah “Xaphoon Jones” Beresin, dropped another mixtape on Illroots.com today. These 15 tracks are chock full of Memorial Weekend good times. I have a feeling this will play as the soundtrack to many BBQs this weekend.

01. Cameras
02. The Whistle Song
03. Heatwave (Ft. Mac Miller, Trae Tha Truth, Casey Veggies)
04. Too Much Soul
05. Baby Roulette
06. Guinness Flow
07. I Can’t Stop (Freestyle)
08. Jacuzzi (Lost In The Vapors)
09. High As A Ceiling (Ft. eLDee The Don)
10. Always (On My Grizzly) (Ft. eLDee The Don)
11. Y.T.M.O.S.H.? Y.A.S.N.
12. Dancing With The DJ [Remix]
13. Nobody Has It Down
14. All Over (Ft. Gordon Voidwell)
15. When You’ve Got Music


[via CoS]

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50. The Horrors Skying
49. PJ Harvey Let England Shake
48. Kurt Vile Smoke Ring For My Halo
47. Bright Eyes The People’s Key
46. The Joy Formidable The Big Roar
45. Iron & Wine Kiss Each Other Clean
44. Elbow Build a Rocket, Boys!
43. Glasvegas Euphoric /// Hearthbreak \
42. Anna Calvi Anna Calvi
41. Frankie & the Hearthstrings Hunger
40. Esben and the Witch Violet Cries
39. Diddy – Dirty Money Last Train To Paris
38. Beady Eye Different Gear, Still Speeding
37. The Vaccines What Did You Expect From the Vaccines?
36. The Streets Computers and Blues
35. Yuck Yuck
34. The Naked and Famous Passive Me, Aggressive You
33. Suuns Zeroes QC
32. Mogwai Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will
31. Wild Beasts Smother
30. Noah & the Whale Last Night On Earth
29. Gorillaz The Fall
28. James Blake James Blake
27. Lykke Li Wounded Rhymes
26. LCD Soundystem The London Sessions
25. Cults Cults
24. Destroyer Kaputt
23. White Denim D
22. John Maus Must Become the Pitiless Censors Of
21. Austra Feel It Break
20. Alex Turner Submarine EP
19. Britney Spears Femme Fatale
18. Kate Bush Director’s Cut
17. Metronomy The English Riviera
16. CocknBullKid Adulthood
15. Gang Gang Dance Eye Contact
14. King Creosote & Jon Hopkins Diamond Mine
13. Lady Gaga Born This Way
12. Katy B On a Mission
11. Smith Westerns Dye It Blonde
10. Cat’s Eyes Cat’s Eyes
09. EMA Past Life Martyred Saints
08. The Kills Blood Pressures
07. Bon Iver Bon Iver
06. Black Lips Arabian Mountain
05. Battles Glass Drop
04. Tune-yArDs Whokill
03. TV On the Radio Nine Types of Light
02. Danger Mouse and Daniele Luppi Rome
01. Friend Fires Pala

See the full list with blurbs at nme.com.

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