El-P, a Skeletor painting, Liars, Wyatt Cenac, Robyn, Yowza!, Modest Mouse, Free Energy, Real Estate, Kurt Vile, Titus Andronicus, Raekwon of the Wu-Tang Clan, Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Panda Bear, Freddie Gibbs, LCD Soundsystem, Lightning Bolt, St. Vincent, Here We Go Magic, Major Lazer, Neon Indian, Big Boi, Sleigh Bells, Pavement and more -- the Chicago-based festival curated by indie rock taste-makers Pitchfork.com went down on July 16-18, 2010. Photos by Jason Stoff.
Marie Antoinette found an admirer in Houston Ballet's director/choreographer Stanton Welch. His ballet, Marie, tells the story of one of France's most controversial monarchs - the whole story. Marie made its world premiere on February 26 at the Wortham Theater, and will be in Houston until...
Burlesque, belly dancing, cock rings, a fist full of Crisco, the closing of Guantanamo, and some food that will straight-up kill you. It's a good thing February is the shortest month; we had just about all we could stand.
Look, we know making all these South-by-Southwest choices is giving you a headache. To take the burden off of you, we, the Village Voice Media music critics, have organized a start-to-finish SXSW itinerary. Don't thank us; our reward is that justice has been done. See you in Austin.
Nine Inch Nails, Mars Volta, Stone Temple Pilots, Dirtbombs, REM, Joss Stone, Wyclef Jean, TV on the Radio, Fleur de Tease, Angels and Airwaves, Erykah Badu, Cold War Kids, Marc Broussard and many others on the weekend of October 24-26.