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Foster the People (music group)

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  • Florida's music festival lineup set to sizzle

    Florida's music festival lineup set to sizzle
    With the longer days and extra sunshine come bands and fans from across the country lining up for one of Florida's several spring music festivals. New this year is Big Guava Music Festival, May 2-4, in Tampa, an event indie music lovers have been...
  • Coachella 2014: 10 rising acts you should know now

    Coachella 2014: 10 rising acts you should know now
    This post has been updated. See below for details. The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is a mere two weeks away, so those looking to impress with underground knowledge better start cramming. Few souls are more in demand than geeks armed...
  • Foster the People goes political with 'Supermodel'

    Foster the People goes political with 'Supermodel'
    In 2010, Foster the People's Mark Foster lived the dream for an aspiring songwriter. Buoyed by a light-stepping danceable beat, "Pumped Up Kicks" was electronic bubble gum pop with a dark lyrical undercurrent and a carefree tone that quickly went...
  • REVIEW: Bastille steals the show, Foster The People good, Third Eye Blind disappoints at Radio 104.5 Birthday

     
    Sometimes a band comes along that you just know is going to be big. Its onstage presence is simply something special – something intangible that makes it compelling not only to watch, but to be a part of. Its music......
  • Echo Park's NO rides the shifting landscape of rock in L.A.

     Echo Park's NO rides the shifting landscape of rock in L.A.
    Bradley Hanan Carter feared the worst about his future. The New Zealander singer-songwriter had spent much of the 2000s with his rock band, Steriogram, that was on a major label and had a track in an Apple commercial. Since landing in L.A. though, his...
  • Sweetlife Festival's food to include Spike Gjerde, Shake Shack

    Sweetlife Festival's food to include Spike Gjerde, Shake Shack
    Food has always played a significant role in the Sweetlife Music + Food Festival, but this year's lineup of chefs, food trucks and more could arguably rival the music talent. Woodberry Kitchen's Spike Gjerde, one of Baltimore's most famous chef-...
  • Album review: Foster the People, 'Supermodel'

    Album review: Foster the People, 'Supermodel'
     *** (out of 4)   When "Pumped Up Kicks" vaulted Foster the People to rock stardom in summer 2011, it was an odd record to take off in such extreme fashion. Not only was it a mellow, easy-listening tune in a time of dance-driven power-pop, but tucked...
  • Full Lollapalooza 2014 lineup showcases festival veterans

    Full Lollapalooza 2014 lineup showcases festival veterans
    Outkast and Calvin Harris will join Eminem, Arctic Monkeys, Kings of Leon and Skrillex as headliners Aug. 1-3 at Lollapalooza. If that sounds a bit familiar, it should — five of the six top acts have played Lollapalooza before. The latter four acts...
  • 'Frozen' Soundtrack Scores Biggest Sales Week Since Debut

    Spring may finally have sprung, but the weather on the U.S. album chart remains wintry, as the "Frozen" soundtrack scored its seventh non-consecutive frame at No. 1 last week. The Disney animated pic held onto its position atop the chart with a 202,000-...
  • Pharrell Williams to join NBC's 'The Voice' in the fall

    Pharrell Williams to join NBC's 'The Voice' in the fall
    Maybe Pharrell Williams' over-sized top hat is a good luck charm.  His album "Girl" is in the top 5 on the pop charts; his single "Happy" has sold more than 3.3 million downloads in the U.S., according to Nielsen SoundScan; and earlier today, his latest...
  • Kanye West postpones Australian dates to work on new album

    Kanye West's "Yeezus" tour is bypassing Australia -- for now. Management for the hip-hop star revealed Tuesday that West's work on a new album will prevent him from performing in May in Australia as originally planned. That's the bad news. The good news...