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Hangout Fest ’15: Set ‘Em Up

Hangout Fest ’15: Set ‘Em Up

By Meg Travis It was probably around 2011 when “Wasting Light” was released (and around my ninth time seeing Foo Fighters) that songs I’d loved from previous albums started to get [...]

Hangout Fest ’15: Hangout 101

Hangout Fest ’15: Hangout 101

Because we want to you thrive and not just survive this weekend, here are a few tips we’ve picked up over the years. You can thank us by heeding tip #5 and not slowing down the entry line by [...]

Hangout Fest ’15: Good Gulf

Hangout Fest ’15: Good Gulf

It’s not like we needed another reason to love My Morning Jacket. But they decided to give us one anyway. In conjunction with the release of their new album, “The Waterfall,” the band has [...]

Hangout Fest ’15: The Ultimate “It” Girl

Hangout Fest ’15:  The Ultimate “It” Girl

Jenny Lewis has pretty much always been perfect. For starters, she was a hell of a child star. I mean, who didn’t love “Troop Beverly Hills”? Then she became a musician and has since [...]

Hangout Fest ’15: ‘Young Blood’

Hangout Fest ’15: ‘Young Blood’

By Jason Leger Braden Lawrence, drummer for Pennsylvania band The Districts, doesn’t let his age get in the way of playing the music he loves. “Once you’re at a certain age and living on [...]

Hangout Fest ’15

Hangout Fest ’15

If you’re a music fan, you’ve probably been counting down the days to Hangout Fest ’15 since last May. We certainly have around the Inweekly office. Thankfully, that glorious weekend of [...]

Hangout Fest ’15: Holiday State of Mind

Hangout Fest ’15: Holiday State of Mind

By Emily Richey Growing up in South Africa, Jean-Philip Grobler spent many summer vacations at the beach in St. Lucia with his family. When trying to come up with a name for his band, he was [...]

Hangout Fest ’15: Islands Time

Hangout Fest ’15: Islands Time

By Jason Leger “It’s been overwhelming. We put everything into every album that we make, so we were obviously very excited about it beforehand,” said William Cashion, who plays bass for [...]

Hangout Fest ’15: The Preservation Society

Hangout Fest ’15: The Preservation Society

If Hangout Fest were high school, Preservation Hall Jazz Band (PHJB) would be voted Most Popular Band To Collaborate With by the rest of this year’s lineup. For starters, Jim James of My Morning [...]

Hangout Fest ’15: Showalter’s Show

Hangout Fest ’15: Showalter’s Show

By Jason Leger Timothy Showalter of Strand of Oaks is not afraid to be frank about his tastes. “I instantly know that I will not get along with someone if they say, ‘Bruce Springsteen is [...]

Hangout Fest ’15: Things We Would Have Asked Beck

Hangout Fest ’15: Things We Would Have Asked Beck

We didn’t get to interview Beck this year as part of our Hangout Fest preview coverage. To be honest, it pretty much broke our collective hearts. But we get it. He’s a busy man and we probably [...]

Hangout Fest ’15: Staff Picks

Hangout Fest ’15: Staff Picks

“Father John Misty Show at Civic had me wondering if I could drop it like that, and pick it back up... as easily as he does” said Solange Knowles (@saintrecords) via Instagram on April 29. We [...]

Hangout Fest ’15: Beats and Bussing

Hangout Fest ’15: Beats and Bussing

By Hana Frenette Electronic-folk pop duo Sylvan Esso are garnering fans across the world after the release of their single “Coffee” off their debut LP last year. The song references both [...]

Malcolm Thomas’ Latest Headache

Malcolm Thomas’ Latest Headache

Possible Cover Up of Grade Tampering By Rick Outzen Some Newpoint High School teachers pressured to change the grades of seniors became livid. Others broke down in tears. Cheat? It wasn’t [...]

Bush vs. Rubio

Bush vs. Rubio

The Battle for Florida By Rick Outzen Standing before Miami’s Freedom Tower, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio announced on April 13 his candidacy for president in 2016. He presented himself as a leader [...]

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