Ultimately, Young Dolph gifted his faithful ear-to-ear smiles; as he musically rummaged through his extensive and distinguished discography. More importantly, Adolph Thornton Jr. left no doubt that the so-called King of Memphis is a legit motherfucking role model.
After roughly a 90-minute presentation, Dave East gave Atlantans a hefty dose of that “real” hip-hop element. The evening was lit, the spits were tip-top, and the night was shaded in hues of roughneck rap.
The “A Pale Tour Named Death” trek is a one-band, 3-hour, 2-part, demonstration-of-cool act. Ghost is simply amazing, visually and musically complex, and ridiculously astounding on that stage.
Coheed and Cambria put on a spectacle of ample musical magnitude. Rock and Roll with a comic book twist, dazzling lights, disco balls, and of course, that iconic mop of hair on Caludio’s head.
Puerto Rico has produced many entertainers of high regard and special talents — and Bad Bunny is nothing short of spectacular. The man is a rising star and a formidable showman. The pageantry is colorful and dance-inducing. Bad Bunny is the complete package. Not bad for a lad yet to release a freshman record.
The Voodoo Music + Arts Experience proved once more why it is among the nation’s finest and funnest festivals. Crazy fans and talented musicians are always a good mixtures — and New Orleans knows how to get the best of the best.
CHVRCHES painted the night in Atlanta musically merry and lively. Synths galore and pop amazing was the theme of the night. Lauren Mayberry leads this impressive foursome in blowing minds and kicking ass. From minute one to the very last second on stage, CHVRCHES is full-fledged enthralled in the love of music and the love of their aficionados.