Glide Magazine was there to take in the wide array of entertainment, from music, food and wine, to dancing and general shenanigans. And a little tip to those who may be contemplating: start putting in your vacation requests for 2012
The lineup has been announced for Lollapalooza, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year on August 5th-7th at Chicago’s Grant Park.
At the top of the bill are Eminem, Foo Fighters, Coldplay, Muse and HT favorites My Morning Jacket. Other HT favorites Grace Potter & The Nocturnals and Ween have also successfully snuck their way into a mostly indie-centric lineup.
This year’s lineup for ‘Perry’s Place”, the electronic-themed stage, features festival mainstays Girl Talk, Pretty Lights, Kid Cudi and many others.
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There’s no doubt from his growing resume, that Matt Bellamy desires Muse to become the biggest band in the world. Well until they drop their appetite for over-production and over-achieving (which in the end hurts them), Bellamy and Muse might still be clinging to two thirds up the musical food chain.
On the surface, with iPods selling in the millions, downloads becoming more and more accessible, and even the actual coining of the moniker, 'The MySpace Generation,' 2006 may appear to be a relatively quiet year for the album. But taken as a whole, it was actually another solid year for LP releases. Sure, there were less blockbusters and a few too many prematurely hyped 'next best thing' mp3s, but when we sat down to go over the piles of CDs, there were more than enough quality titles that had to be reluctantly voted off the island. What we ended up with was a list that offered a little bit of everything – a blurring of genres and styles, featuring artists who created definitive statements – easily identifiable as 2006, but timeless all the same.