Mo Pop Festival – July 23-24, 2016 – West Riverfront Park – Detroit, has grown into a two day event that celebrates ingenuity, creative expression and craft – three themes found in all of Detroit’s success stories. The festival features some of the hottest alternative music acts in the country on two stages. Taking the stages this July 23-24 are G-Eazy, M83, HAIM ...
ZELLA DAY has released the striking video for new single “Mustang Kids.” Shot in the bucolic environs of Bishop, CA, with director Tim Mattia (The 1975, Halsey, Cage The Elephant), the video finds Zella amongst a group of small town outcasts – mustang kids (The Musician, The Dancer, The Painter, The Photographer, The Poet) – escaping the trappings of societal confines and chasing the sweet release of rebellion.
Founders Entertainment is proud to partner with Metropolitan Hospitality,a subsidiary of the New York Mets, and the Flushing Meadows Corona Park Alliance as they launch The Meadows Music and Arts Festival this fall.
"One of the greatest living voices in rock today has returned for a well-deserved moment in the spotlight." - SPIN "..her first solo album Midnight, pop rock gets a real kick in the cherry-red pants....With its songs about sex and dancing, self-confidence and risk, Midnight is a mid-career turn for Potter that proves genuinely freeing." - NPR Music
“Hello my friends! So this is Nebraska. I heard about it, but I didn’t know it really existed,” Simon joked. A fan in the audience countered, yelling that Paul had indeed visited 48 years ago. “Ok, you pinned me. I was here once.”
The vibrant 25 year old is the son of 1970’s band the Regents' new wave front runners, and has embarked on a tour in support of his debut album, which premiered on May 13th. “Cut and Paste” is a solid reflection of a fellow influenced by many styles. Oscar combines creative riffs, catchy hooks, Brit-pop elements, synth layers, and hip hop beats (to name a few) into his wondrous collage of sound creation.
Vocalist Alisson Mosshart and guitarist Jamie Hince have been minimalists since the beginning. The pair burst onto the music scene with their debut, "Keep On Your Mean Side" back in 2003. Since their inception, The Kills have continued to remain true to their raw sound. Vocals, fitting harmonies, jabbing guitar, and distorted effects round out their heavy feel. Mosshart's PJ Harvey-esque prowess pair wonderfully with Hince's deep chords throughout a march on rhythm.