Phoenix’s Sweetlife-headlining set proved that the Frenchmen are most worthy of headlining-status, as they put on a tight show full of their biggest hits to date.
Passion Pit turned Merriweather Post Pavilion into a giant dance floor during their pre-headlining Sweetlife set.
As the sole rapper on the lineup and a primary draw for many, Kendrick Lamar proved that his critically-acclaimed ‘good kid, m.A.A.d. city’ is just as great live as it is on record.
During the Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ Sweetlife set, Karen O proved to be one of our generation’s most exciting, energetic frontwomen.
A few days before the release of their debut record, Secondhand Raptures, MS MR puts on a fabulous show at Sweetlife Festival.
While with only one released track, Haerts managed put on an incredibile performance at Sweetlife Festival, marking their first ever festival performance.
At this year’s Sweetlife, Solange proved that she is the future of R&B and is so much more than Beyoncé’s little sister.
Daughter played a sold-out show in Chicago last week at Lincoln Hall, and we were there to catch the rising British act.
Black Moth Super Rainbow and The Hood Internet put on a dance-fueled show at Metro Chicago.
Flume put on a top-notch performance at his Boston-area debut.
Passion Pit, along with supporting acts Matt & Kim and Icona Pop, put on an absolutely fantastic, high-energy show.
WHY? put on a spectacular career-spanning set at Water Street Music Hall.
Joywave put on a killer hometown show at Rochester’s The Bug Jar.
California’s Pacific Air put on a stellar supporting set at Rochester’s Water Street Music Hall.
New York’s Hospitality put on a lovely homecoming show at Bowery Ballroom.
The Skins rocked the Studio At Webster Hall.