Given that her slot clashes with Paul McCartney, it’s fitting that Mitski opens her sundown set with the banger “Love Me More”.“I need you to love me more,” she sings, arms outstretched to the crowd, a neutral expression etched across her face. You suspect she could play as happily to 10 people as to 10,000. But with an intensely loyal fandom, she has enough people here at The Park stage to keep the vibes strong.“Working For the Knife” follows, its huge guitar line slicing through the evening air. It’s here that Mitski starts to break out some of the poised...
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Mitski is having a good year after releasing her new album Laurel Hell, and so is Harry Styles after he unveiled Harry’s House. Today, the “Washing Machine Heart” singer took to Twitter to express her appreciation for Styles and what she’s learned from him in some heartfelt tweets.
The girls are fighting. In a now-deleted video, a TikTok user who attended Harry Styles’ June 11 show at Ibrox Stadium in Glasgow, Scotland said “anyone else traumatised by mitski at Harry styles” with the caption “no bcos wtf was that.” Unsurprisingly, Mitski fans are not happy.
Conversations With Friends is a show that thrives in its silence. The Hulu adaptation of Sally Rooney’s (other) best selling novel is filled with more sighs, heavy breathing, and well, nothing, than talking. In one of the show’s pivotal early scenes, as main characters Nick and Francis kiss for the very first time, it’s completely quiet save for the intense sound of their lips smacking. There’s no music to swell in the background to take the edge off of the charged moment; you can only try and get comfortable.
If you haven’t seen A24’s mind-blowing multiversal adventure Everything Everywhere All At Once, don’t worry: Somewhere out there, there’s a version of you that has, and they enjoyed it immensely. To celebrate the film’s unexpected success — it’s got a near-perfect 97 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, and has reduced plenty of packed houses to tears while becoming a box office smash — A24 has shared a “musical multi-verse microsite” bearing a reimagining of “This Is A Life,” the film’s unofficial theme song by David Byrne, Mitski, and Son Lux.
There’s a lot of star power at this year’s All Things Go Festival in Columbia, Maryland. The single-day extravaganza, going down on Saturday, Oct. 1, boasts zeitgeist-y singer-songwriters Mitski, Lorde and Lucy Dacus in the headlining spots. Filling out the bill, you’ll find major acts like Bleachers, King...
We’re always eager to witness the lineup for All Things Go, the annual Mid-Atlantic music festival that puts a dedicated focus on gender diversity from its headliners to undercard. This year’s fest is no different; it goes down October 1 across three stages at Maryland’s Merriweather Post Pavilion, and features a fantastic bill headlined by Lorde, Mitski, and Bleachers.
All Things Go Music Festival returns to Columbia, MD's Merriweather Post Pavilion on Saturday, October 1 for its 2022 edition. Lorde is this year's headliner, and the lineup also features Mitski, Bleachers, Lucy Dacus, King Princess, Julien Baker, Bartees Strange, MICHELLE, and more. See it in full below. Tickets go...
The DMV-area music festival All Things Go has revealed its 2022 lineup. Lorde will headline the one-day event, and there will also be performances by Mitski, Julien Baker, Lucy Dacus, Bleachers, King Princess, Bartees Strange, Hippo Campus, Peach Pit, MICHELLE, and more. All Things Go will take place on October...
Click here to read the full article. Lorde will cap a string of fall U.S. festival gigs with a headlining set at this year’s All Things Go Festival in Maryland on Oct. 1. The eighth edition of the independent fest will return to Merriweather Post Pavilion for a show that will feature 16 acts playing on three stages, with its continued emphasis on supporting women in top-billed positions on the roster. In addition to Lorde, the lineup is topped by Mitski, Bleachers, King Princess, Lucy Dacus, Julien Baker, Peach Pit, Hippo Campus, Goth Babe and Bartees Strange. Tickets for the event...
Maryland’s All Things Go Festival has announced the lineup for 2022. Headliners include Lorde, Mitski, and Bleachers; the rest of the performers are treats for indie fans, with Lucy Dacus, King Princess, Hippo Campus, Peach Pit, Julien Baker, Goth Babe, Maude Latour, Bartees Strange, Jack Kays, Michelle, Wallice, Kyle Dion, and The BLSSM. The festival will take place on Saturday, October 1.