Spectacular and completely humbling footage shows thousands filling the streets of Hong Kong, as the city demands democratic elections. Today, Monday, September, 29, 2014.
Nothing like heading out to a a festival in the dessert just to encounter monsoon rains. But that’s exactly what happened Monday, when the grounds of Burning Man in Black Rock playa were shut down for nearly the entire day due to torrential rainstorms. Anyone at the festival site was locked in, and everyone else was locked out – redirected back to the nearest city of Reno, Nevada.
The weather has now settled and it looks like clear skies on-site, which you can check out in the Ustream Live Burningman webcast. Try not to giggle when you see a grey furry bunny shaped vehicle go by, and don’t worry about averting your eyes from the nudity – the camera is zoomed out just enough.
Chrvches, (get the spelling right – it’s a v not a u), performed yesterday at Coachella. Chrome Bumper Films was there to catch the Scottish synth pop group impressing the masses on Day 2 of Weekend 1. In black leather shorts & a sleeveless black t-shirt, Lauren Mayberry was the epitome of Coachella-street-style. The sound. Was good. We’re fans. Now. #dancedance.
Catch the break out indie band on tour this summer with stops across the US and Europe, and another festival appearance at Chicago’s Lollapalooza in Grant Park.
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Yesterday tickets officially went on sale for Lollapalooza 2014, of course without a full line-up on the table, and all that remains now are VIP passes you can pick up for a mere $1k. While the Early Bird, 3-day & 1-day passes all flew from the shelves faster than you can say, “Your website is down”, today we find out why. The official line up has been announced and ticket holders can now commence their cheering/whining. Continue reading article →