Life is Beautiful Is Redefining the Festival Experience

Every year millions of people from all over the world flock to the wild west paradise that is Las Vegas, maybe to win big at luminous monoliths guised as casinos, or maybe to find the American dream, as Hunter S Thompson had attempted to over 40 years ago. This past weekend over 90,000 people, including

Review: Kaaboo Festival in Del Mar

Over the past few years, festivals have grown in popularity, with new ones popping up left and right, each one pushing the end of festival season with hopes to make the summer last until October. Each new festival brings it’s own vibe, mission statement and lineup, ranging from little indie gatherings with twelve bands all

Review: Kurt Vile: b’lieve i’m goin down…

Kurt Vile is the King of bedroom rock grooves. His music can do everything from helping you doze off into a transcendent sleep, to just enjoying and soaking in the music alongside the people you love most. Vile is able to bring out some kind of unspoken feeling that connects everyone who listens to him.

Review: Vaadat Charigim ‘Sinking as a Stone’

Sometimes the power isn’t within the lexicon, sometimes it’s the emotion behind each word that can be understood if meaning is at a lost between languages. You may not speak Hebrew, but when you listen to Vaadat Charigim, you feel every word spoken within their well-textured shoegaze. The Israeli trio has made big ripples in

Review: Disclosure ‘Caracal’

Since the release of their first full length, Settle, back in 2013, the duo known as Disclosure are believed to have almost single-handedly ushered in the deep house era. Made up of brothers Howard and Guy Lawrence, the group has grown from their humble beginnings playing for friends and in local clubs, to touching the


Review: Girl Band ‘Holding Hands With Jamie’

After four years, an EP and a number of singles, Irish noise-punks Girl Band have finally graced us with their full length debut, and holy s**t, it was worth the wait. Featuring nine tracks, Holding Hands With Jamie captures the collective energy of a madhouse, oddly brilliant, violently beautiful and utterly terrifying musical experience. Born out of


Recap: “Below Deck” on BravoTV “The No Tequila, No Tip” Edition

This week’s “Below Deck” on BravoTV was probably the least interesting so far, due largely to the fact that the charter guests were a total snore. The weather wasn’t great so they spent their days ashore, shopping and bar hopping. They were always polite. The only thing they weren’t happy about was the fact that

Zachary Levi Interview – Heroes Reborn

Zachary Levi’s latest TV incarnation as preternaturally gifted Luke Collins takes the actor in an exciting new direction. The dark hero of Chuck now stretches his wings in Heroes Reborn, a 13 episode miniseries that calls on surprising, previously unseen aspects of Levi’s actor’s toolbox. The limited series picks up where Heroes left off, one

TV on Blu-ray Review: Supernatural, Gotham, The Vampire Diaries, The Originals

Warner Home Video has given fans new seasons of several hit television series perfect for binge-watching with the release of Supernatural – The Complete Tenth Season, Gotham – The Complete First Season, The Vampire Diaries – The Complete Sixth Season, and The Originals – The Complete Second Season. Loaded with an impressive episode count and