Zara Larsson tour

Zara Larsson is a singer-songwriter from Sweden who first found fame winning her country's equivalent of Britain's Got Talent, Talang, in 2008, aged just 10. By 2013, Larsson had released her debut EP, Introducing, and her debut single topped the charts across Scandinavia. Get Zara Larsson tickets. See every Zara Larsson concert and Zara Larsson live stream. Check out Zara Larsson tour schedule, live reviews, photos, and details ZARA LARSSON 2017 NORTH AMERICAN TOUR WITH CLEAN BANDIT. Date City Venue March 31 Seattle, WA Showbox April 1 Portland, OR Roseland Theater 3 San Francisco, CA The Fillmore 5 Los Angeles, CA The Fonda Theatre 7 San Diego, CA Observatory North Park ... Zara Larsson tour dates and tickets 2020-2021 near you. Want to see Zara Larsson in concert? Find information on all of Zara Larsson’s upcoming concerts, tour dates and ticket information for 2020-2021. Zara Larsson is not due to play near your location currently - but they are scheduled to play 3 concerts across 3 countries in 2020-2021. Zara Larsson - Love Me Land (Official Music Video) Shop. Buy Now Zara Larsson kommt im Juni 2019 live nach Deutschland. Auf ihrer 'Don't Worry Bout Me Tour' macht die schwedische Pop-Ikone für zwei Zara Larsson Konzerte in München und Köln Halt. Der offizielle Vorverkauf für die Zara Larsson Deutschland-Konzerte 2019 startet am Freitag, 29. März um 11 Uhr hier bei Ticketmaster. Wenn du immer als erstes ... Zara Larsson is a pop singer famed for winning the Swedish version of TV talent show 'Got Talent'. Her infectious brand of dance-pop and R&B has scored her a string of chart hits including 2018's UK no.9 single 'Ruin My Life', while her 2017 album 'So Good' reached no.7 in the UK, no.1 in her native Sweden and hit the top 10 in five other countries. Zara Larsson Concert Schedule No Events! =(Track Zara Larsson! About Zara Larsson Tour Albums. Zara Larsson released the extremely famous album 'Lush Life' which includes some of the most beloved work from the Zara Larsson discography.'Lush Life' includes the single 'Lush Life' which has become the most well-known for music lovers to hear during the performances. Zara Larsson tour dates 2020 - 2021 Zara Larsson is currently touring across 3 countries and has 3 upcoming concerts. Their next tour date is at Parcul Izvor in Bucharest, after that they'll be at Bergenhus Festning in Bergen. Buy Zara Larsson tickets from the official site. Find Zara Larsson tour schedule, concert details, reviews and photos.


2020.07.17 05:53 KlausFox Tyuiop

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2020.06.12 23:05 FreakFlagHigh BTS Festa Time Machine - 2019

The Grammys! The Speak Yourself Yourself Tour! BTS WORLD. Another year of global domination for the boys. Hard to believe they kept on growing even more after a monumental 2018. What were your favorite memories from last year?
From the BTS Wiki:
In February 2019, BTS attended the 61st Grammy Awards as award presenters. It was their first time attending the event following an appearance by the group at the LA Grammy Museum in 2018. In April, BTS became the first Asian act to surpass 5 billion streams on Spotify, and Time named BTS as one of Time 100's most influential people of 2019.
Their sixth EP, Map of the Soul: Persona, was released on April 12 with the lead single "Boy With Luv" (Korean: 작은 것들을 위한 시; RR: Jageun geotdeureul wihan si), featuring American singer Halsey. The EP's release was followed by a performance on Saturday Night Live, as the first Korean act to do so. The group's appearance was anticipated as one of the biggest in the show's history. Commercially, BTS reached new career heights. Map of the Soul: Persona became the first Korean-language album to reach the number one position in both the UK and Australia and the group's third consecutive album to top the Billboard 200 and the third within eleven months, joining the likes of The Beatles, who achieved the same in 1995–96. The EP became the best selling physical album in the USA for the year of 2019, with 312,000 physical sales. Map of the Soul: Persona later became the best-selling album ever in South Korea, with more than 3.2 million sales in less than a month. Prior to BTS, the best-selling were dominated by late 90's albums, making BTS the only act formed after 2000 to be featured in the top 10 best-selling list.
"Boy With Luv" debuted at number 8 on the Billboard Hot 100, the highest in history for a Korean group, and its music video became the most-viewed online video within the first 24 hours as of 2019, accumulating more than 74.6 million views. "Boy With Luv" was certified in multiple countries, including in Australia where "Boy With Luv" was certified Gold, selling 35,000 units, and certified Platinum in the US by the Recording Industry Association of America, selling over one million units. Map of the Soul: Persona also attained Silver in the UK, selling over 60,000 units.
In May 2019, following their two wins at the 26th Billboard Music Awards, including a win for Top Duo/Group, BTS embarked on their stadium world tour extension, Love Yourself: Speak Yourself, with dates in multiple stadium venues including Wembley Stadium, Stade de France, MetLife Stadium, Rose Bowl, and Soldier Field. All dates sold out within two hours with second dates for all venues added due to the high demand. During the tour, BTS performed on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and kicked off Good Morning America's 'Summer Concert Series' as headliners at Central Park in Manhattan. They also performed on the finale episode of The Voice and one of the semi-finals of Britain's Got Talent.
In the lead up to the release of their new mobile game BTS World set for June 2019, BTS released three collaboration singles, "Dream Glow" featuring English singer Charli XCX, "A Brand New Day" with Swedish singer Zara Larsson, and "All Night" featuring American rapper Juice Wrld. The band also released the song "Heartbeat" with a music video from the game's official soundtrack, titled BTS World: Original Soundtrack. Developed by South Korean company Netmarble, the game was released on June 26 to iOS and Android systems in over 175 countries. BTS tenth Japanese single, and fourth original Japanese song overall, "Lights", was released on July 3. Pre-orders for the double A-side single surpassed 1 million copies, breaking a 24 year old record for foreign artists previously held only by Celine Dion with her 1995 single "To Love You More". This marked the first time a Korean artist achieved a million shipment for a single in Japan.
In August 2019, Love Yourself: Her and Love Yourself: Tear reached 2 million copies in South Korea, making all three albums of the Love Yourself series to sold more than 2 million copies in South Korea. Not just the sales records, Love Yourself: Tear is awarded the "Double Million" certification by Korea Music Content Association after Love Yourself: Answer awarded in October 2018, Love Yourself: Her surpassing its successor Love Yourself: Tear in just nearly 16,000 copies difference. BTS World: Original Soundtrack has reached 500,000 copies and awarded the "Double Platinum' certification, making their first soundtrack album to have the certification since Gaon launched the certification last year.
On August 11, Big Hit Entertainment formally announced that for the first time since their debut in 2013, BTS will be having an official period of rest. According to the agency, this will be an opportunity for the group to recharge and “present themselves anew as musicians and creators.”[53]
In October, BTS performed at King Fahd International Stadium in Riyadh, becoming the first foreign act to perform a solo concert in Saudi Arabia. For the final stop of their record-breaking Love Yourself: Speak Yourself World Tour, the band held a run of three sold-out nights at Seoul's Olympic Stadium to close this chapter of their story. According to Billboard's year-end Boxscore charts, the group grossed over $196 million and played to more than 1.6 million people across 42 shows in the chart period ranging from Nov. 1, 2018 to Oct. 31, 2019 and ranked third overall on the year-end Top 40 Tours chart behind Ed Sheeran and Pink. The group outgrossed legacy rock acts like the Rolling Stones, Metallica and KISS, as well as fellow boy band the Backstreet Boys, making them the top-grossing touring group of 2019. That same month, the group released a remix version of the song "Make It Right" featuring American singer Lauv as the second single from their album Map of the Soul: Persona.
In November, BTS became the first K-pop group to win the Favorite Duo or Group – Pop/Rock at the 2019 American Music Awards and the Favourite Social Artist award consecutively in 2018 and 2019. In December, they attended both the 2019 Melon Music Awards and 2019 Mnet Asian Music Awards. The group became the first artist in the history of K-pop to receive all grand prizes from both ceremonies; getting four from each award show. At the end of the year, BTS ranked number fifteen on Billboard's year-end Top Artist Chart and were also the number two act of the year in the Duo/Group ranking, only behind Jonas Brothers. They were named as 2019 Hitmakers Group of the Year by Variety. They were also the most tweeted-about musicians of 2019. On December 31, 2019, BTS performed in New York City's Times Square for ABC's Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve. At the 34th Golden Disc Awards, BTS became the first artists in history to win grand prizes in both the physical and digital categories in a single year. BTS wrapped 2019 as the fourth most successful group on Billboard's Top Billboard 200 Artists - Duo/Group ranking, only behind Queen, Imagine Dragons and The Beatles.
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2020.03.29 19:21 llaverna Weekly Round-Up: March 23rd - March 29th

Previous thread: March 16th - March 22nd

Here's everything that happened in the /bangtan realm within the past week, compiled for your convenience! If you have feedback, please leave a comment or send me a PM.
The latest weekly round-up can be found in the sidebar of the subreddit. The link to the archive of past round-up posts can always be found in the wiki index.

New Releases

200326 Halsey, SUGA, BTS: SUGA’s Interlude (Korean Lyric Video) Thread

News & Information

200323 Learn Korean with BTS will teach daily Korean expressions from their music, Run BTS!, Bangtan Bomb, BTS Episode & more for free on Weverse starting tomorrow
200325 LA Times: BTS, Billie Eilish to join James Corden for quarantine edition of ‘Late Late Show’
200326 Billboard Japan: BTS's new song "Stay Gold" has been selected as the theme song for the cool TV drama "Spiral Labyrinth-DNA Science Investigation" in April 2
200328 BTS's 'ON' Wins 1st Place at today's MBC Music Core (16th Win)
200329 BTS World: Season 2 Coming Soon

Tour news

200324 BTS Map of the Soul Tour Update
200327 BTS Map of the Soul Tour Notice - North America

Official Media

Type Date Title Thread
Bomb 200323 [BANGTAN BOMB] Boxing with a Squeaky Hammer Thread
Bomb 200325 [BANGTAN BOMB] BTS STAGE SELF-CAM '등골브레이커' @ 190615 MAGIC SHOP Thread
Run BTS! 200324 Run BTS! 2020 - EP.97 Thread
Teaser 200325 BTS ‘BTS WORLD TOUR ‘LOVE YOURSELF’ ~JAPAN EDITION~' Official Teaser 2 Thread
V Live 200326 Jimin Vlive: 저 왔어요~! Thread
Other 200323 BTS (방탄소년단) 코로나19 국민 응원 메시지 COVID-19 Message Thread
Other 200324 'Learn Korean with BTS' episodes 1-3

Official SNS

Date SNS Title Thread
200323 Weverse Compilation
200324 Weverse Compilation
200324 Weibo Bangtan Thread
200326 Twitter SUGA Thread
200326 Weverse Compilation
200327 Weverse Compilation
200328 Weverse Compilation
200329 Weverse Compilation
200329 Twitter SUGA Thread
200329 Twitter Namjoon Thread
200329 Twitter SUGA Thread

CF & Partnerships

200323 Liiv M X BTS - 영상 메시지 '정국' by KB국민은행 (Jungkook)
200325 Hyundai x BTS: Message from RM
200326 Liiv M X BTS - 영상 메시지 '뷔' by KB국민은행 (V)
200326 Samsung Mobile
200329 VT x BTS hand creams on sale
200329 BTS x OLENS Good bye, Good buys ! BTS Contacts Up to 30% off until March 31st!

BTS Interviews

Date Link Thread
200326 SiriusXM: BTS Reveals What Inspired Each Song on ‘Map of the Soul: 7’ - Extended Interview Thread + old thread
200328 #MostRequestedLive Interview: BTS Thread


Date Publisher Article Thread
200322 K-media ‘Itaewon Class’ Music Director Park Sung-Il mentions 'Sweet Night' Thread
200323 Forbes ‘Learn Korean With BTS’ Aims To Break Down Language Barrier & Further Connect Global Fans Thread
200323 Korea Herald ‘My time: How Jungkook’s time arrived in soulful R&B track’ Thread
200323 Variety What’s it Like Making Big Hits With BTS? ‘Historic,’ Says Collaborator August Rigo Thread
200323 Forbes BTS Member V Scores The Second-Bestselling Song In The U.S. With ‘Sweet Night’ Thread

SNS Mentions

NOTE: Entries with 💜 have new content directly involving BTS
Date 💜 Title Thread
200322 DJ Swivel's Insta Story Thread
200323 SiriusXM on Twitter - BTS at SiriusXM on 200221 Thread
200324 💜 Taehyung visited the set of Itaewon Class for their last filming! (group pic)
200326 brasstracks: "that’s our song in the background!!!" Thread
200326 Kildren Solo Exhibition Entrance Projection (coming soon) Thread
200326 Footballer Son Heungmin answered to the Covid-19 support message request from BTS Thread
200326 💜 Lee Teuk on Instagram Thread
200327 Yoo Seungho feat. Seokjin's coffee truck on Instagram Thread
200327 Troye Sivan talks about working with BTS Thread
200328 Wooyoung of ATEEZ talked about listening to BTS’s new album and his favorite tracks from it Thread
200329 Zara Larsson talking about wanting to meet BTS Thread
200329 @VVCFilms: "Thank you @BTS_twt for showing love for #3Idiots" Thread

Other media

Type Date Title Thread
Cover 200324 나하은(Na Haeun) - 방탄소년단(BTS) - ON (Music Video Ver.) - Dance Cover Thread
Cover 200328 Hyolyn covering Lauv and BTS's 'Who' on her YouTube channel live Thread
Reaction 200322 BTS 'Black Swan' Official MV Reaction w a dance instructor Thread
Video 200322 '00:00 (Zero O'Clock)' used as background music in Ep 1 of K-Drama "Find Me in Your Memory" Thread
Video 200325 [ENG sub] Mnet TMI NEWS [EP.34] Male Idols with the most pre-debut activities #3 Thread
Video 200311 KBS Documentary 명견만리 - 방시혁이 말하는 "방탄소년단과 K-Pop의 미래" [Full ver] #BTS #KPOP [180603] Thread
Video 200328 BTS - ON (but with realistic sounds - #WITHOUTMUSIC Parody) Thread
Video 200328 산들(SANDEUL) of B1A4 talks about listening to 'Moon' in his Selfie Interview Thread
Video 200328 Yeonjun of TXT talking about Jimin in his latest VLive Thread


Type Date Thread
Charts/Sales 200323 'MAP OF THE SOUL: 7' is #11 on this week's Billboard 200 (31.3K sold)
Charts/Sales 200324 BTS's 'MAP OF THE SOUL: 7' returns to #1 on the World Albums chart (It has now spent 3 weeks at #1)
Charts/Sales 200325 BTS's 'MAP OF THE SOUL: 7' has now sold over 600K total units in the US
Charts/Sales 200328 BTS's "Louder than bombs" has re-entered the US iTunes chart
Views 200326 BTS's 'ON' Official MV Surpasses 100 Million Views On YouTube


200325 Built from teamwork, determination, can of candy, the tower of BABY! 🍬 #Full #of #presents #BT21BABY Thread
200326 [With BTS] BT21 UNIVERSE 3 TEASER 1 Thread
200327 LINE FRIENDS ITAEWON - 360 VR Thread


200323 Album Survivor: Map of the Soul '7' (Round 8)
200323 Namjoon mentioned in Saudi Arabia drama "Boxing Girls Pt.2"
200325 Album Survivor: Map of the Soul '7' (Round 9)
200325 Mini Korean lesson with Airplane Part 2 lyrics
200327 Album Survivor: Map of the Soul '7' (Round 10)
200327 Jin sent a coffee truck to support actor Yoo Seung-ho
200328 Korean lesson with Seesaw lyrics
200329 A friend of mine shared some information about the LYT. She works at Ziggo Dome (Amsterdam) and I thought I would share it with the world.
200328 [Misleading] Big Hit adding English subs to older Bangtan Bombs


Rolling /bangtan Awards 2020 nomination form

Top Discussion Posts

  1. [+325] BTS songs for handwashing?
  2. [+244] What has BTS done for you??
  3. [+104] What are your top 3 No Context BTS GIFs?
  4. [+93] To All The New Fans from the end of 2019 to March 2020: Welcome and Tell Us About You!
  5. [+89] Does BTS affect your dating lives (in reference to singles) in any way?

Weekly threads


Here are past week's top 5 fanart posts from our sister subreddit, /heungtan!
Submitter Thread
catsunstars Black Swan
roastbroccoli In mourning for JK's long/fluffy hair u_u
myaarr I embroidered Namjoons giraffe drawing
UmaSnow watercolour kook
maddsaa Drew V the other day! Trying to draw traditionally more often. What do you think?
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2020.02.03 17:59 ThatParanoidPenguin Over the last year, I’ve been curating a list (with a lengthy description of each track) of the most overlooked, underrated, and slept on tracks. Here’s 50 Pop Songs You Missed in 2019.

Here’s the Spotify playlist!
You may remember this from the last few years (here’s 2018’s post), and each year I spend some time taking note of songs that I feel don’t get enough attention on here. I try to curate a healthy variety of different types of pop tracks, and this year, I’ve ended up with what I consider to be the most diverse list of tracks I’ve done yet.
If you’re looking for music you haven’t heard yet, look no further - I’ve even provided a similar artist for each track, so if you just want to find music that sounds like your favorite artist, you can do just that.
Hope you enjoy the list, and hopefully I’ll have the time to do this in 2020! Thanks for reading!
Without further ado, here’s the music:
Sharon Van Etten - Seventeen
  • for fans of Angel Olsen
Sharon Van Etten’s Remind Me Tomorrow isn’t the best album in 2019 to feature a disheveled bedroom on the cover (Weyes Blood takes that crown, who knows how long it will take to pump the water out of that room), and Seventeen is the star of the album. A powerhouse indie pop track with a ton of pulsating uncertainty, Seventeen is a love letter to New York City. It’s a city that changes constantly, and it’s hard to remain the same when everything around you isn’t. It erupts into a burst of emotion, a rallying cry, a pleading to a past self, and it’s easily one of the best songs of the year.
Little SIMZ - Selfish (feat. Cleo Sol)
  • for fans of Noname
It’s been a great year for UK hip hop, with great releases from Slowthai, Dave, Loyle Carner, and more, but Little Simz may have the crown, as there’s a myriad of cuts on Grey Area that shine above the rest. Most of Little Simz’ stellar record Grey Area is hip hop, but on Selfish she dabbles in a sultry poppy R&B jam. It’s smooth, hazy, and most of all, packed with emotion as Little Simz admits her wrongdoing.
Nilüfer Yanya - In Your Head
  • for fans of Big Thief
British singer Nilüfer Yanya made a bold statement with In Your Head, the lead single to 2019’s wonderful Miss Universe. It’s a brash, bombastic ode to internal monologues and anxious cacophony. It’s a rough track with some raw delivery, and while the chorus is as rock as it gets, it’s perpetually infectious, echoing and blossoming with character.
ALMA - When I Die
  • for fans of Tove Lo
Ironically enough, I started this list before ALMA and Tove Lo collaborated on Worst Behaviour, which is also a pretty enjoyable pop track. However, earlier in 2019, ALMA released this versatile banger that wavers back and forth between a dreamy pop track and a club rager, a perfect fit for an artist who has a fair share of both.
Anna of the North - Leaning On Myself
  • for fans of Shura
Anna of the North is an artist who really should’ve been an internet darling - she excels at chill, ethereal pop music, and Leaning On Myself is one of her best, a daze of self-acceptance that doesn’t reinvent her formula but instead caters to her spacey, airy delivery. It’s a bit druggy, a bit dreamy, and has a lot of self-love.
Mahalia - Do Not Disturb
  • for fans of Kehlani
Mahalia deserves to be in the conversation with the likes of artists like Kehlani, SZA, Ella Mai, and all the R&B pop girls, because her 2019 album Love And Compromise is one of the most cohesive and consistent records of the year. On Do Not Disturb, she makes a chant out of her decision to shut herself out digitally. It’s a catchy track, as are most of the songs on the album, and she pleads over a lush and beautiful instrumental, carefully navigating off rhymes that sound perfect together.
Claud - Easy
  • for fans of Clairo
Non-binary Brooklyn-based bedroom pop singer Claud is the newest in a series of twinkly, lovely DIY pop artists, and Easy is one of the best examples of the genre. Drum machines lace a catchy melody, and their delivery is pale yet lush. It’s got a hint of Frankie Cosmos, a bit of Clairo, and a lot of heart.
Uffie - Nathaniel
  • for fans of Poppy
Yes, it’s that Uffie! Her first album in 9 years may be a bit hit or miss, but the outro, Nathaniel, is a certified banger. It’s loaded with dilating, winding synths, and her vocals echo and bounce around the track, cutting and crushing over the jangly instrumental. It’s a light, sunny track, and exactly the type of comeback I would want Uffie to make in 2019.
Hatchie - Without A Blush
  • for fans of Allie X
Hatchie sounds ripped straight out of the 80s on Without A Blush, complete with a bell-esque synth that dings and drones on. It’s a smoky synthpop track that feels born out of a world with Sky Ferreira and Allie X, and yet, Hatchie makes it her own. She’s definitely been an artist the sub has been sleeping on, and Without A Blush is just another example of her exemplary songwriting that deserves to be recognized.
Stella Donnelly - Die
  • for fans of Kero Kero Bonito
With a pinch of distortion and the twinge of the song title, Stella Donnelly grapples with duality of a happy song with depressing lyrics. Exploring a failing relationship, she pleads to her partner to simply tell the truth. It’s an upbeat, infectious anthem that serves as a great example of Stella Donnelly’s signature quirkiness.
SASAMI - I Was A Window (feat. Dustin Payseur)
  • for fans of Mitski
It’s hard to stand out in the crowded, ever changing genre of dark, DIY bedroom indie rock. Where SASAMI succeeds in the wake of others’ shortcomings is her haunting delivery over rough, distorted guitars that feel part Beach House, part Mitski, and all revealing. It’s a track about taking out self-revelations and insecurities on those you love, and the title is equally intriguing and powerful, becoming a chant in the song’s gripping echo of an outro.
Jamila Woods - Eartha
  • for fans of Solange
Jamila Woods’ Legacy! Legacy! is a stunning record, one forgotten in the throes of early 2019’s pop releases. However, that doesn’t mean it’s too late to enjoy one of the year’s best records, and what better way to start than checking out this poppy, sultry, honest-to-god jam. Pushy percussion and Jamila’s lovely vocals bring this song so much life, and lush synths give this song a cool funk that feels very her, light and summery.
Elise Hayes - Giving Up
  • for fans of Tessa Violet
Definitely one of the smaller artists on this list, Elise Hayes is an artist I stumbled upon on Spotify who has a very cute, very colorful sound - think Sigrid meets Tessa Violet, and I’m into it. There’s a sticky hook, a twang of acoustic guitar, some killer synths and sounds, and a whole lot of charisma.
Lolo Zouaï - Ride
  • for fans of Banks
Lolo Zouaï’s title track on High Highs To Low Lows may have become her biggest hit to date, but Ride is a hell of a track, a bad bitch anthem that proudly asks you to “watch [her] fuck it up.” It’s bustling with energy and intrigue as Lolo taunts and teases with a bass-heavy rhythmic chorus laced with croons and calls that would make a siren jealous.
Maude Latour - Superfruit
  • for fans of Lorde
There’s more to the Lorde comparisons than both artists’ mention of orange juice and dismissal of small talk. Instantly, you hear a bit of the New Zealand singer’s whispery delivery and youthful lyricism in Maude Latour’s Superfruit, a poppy, pensive track that bounces between joyful and abated. “And this is real life, by the poolside/Have I told you that I’m really fucking scared to die” really sums it up.
Burns - Energy (with A$AP Rocky & Sabrina Claudio)
  • for fans of Mura Masa
It’s surprising that Burns hasn’t garnered more attention with this track - A$AP Rocky and Sabrina Claudio are surprisingly fitting on here, and while Rocky is no stranger to a dance beat (his song with Mura Masa is quite great), he sounds so comfortable alongside Sabrina, who gives a mellow yet tender performance over the jazzy and warm instrumental.
SG Lewis - Flames (feat. Ruel)
  • for fans of 5 Seconds of Summer
SG Lewis and Ruel team up for a synthwave banger that would make The Weeknd blush. While Ruel’s vocals are more akin to songs on his discography, the two flood the track with sounds that could go toe to toe with Stranger Things’ signature synths. It’s an instrumental-focused track, but Ruel is more than welcome to bring the instrumental some life.
Ingrid Michaelson - Missing You
  • for fans of Betty Who
Ingrid Michaelson is making music popheads would adore if they actually heard it. Much like Carly’s seminal release of Emotion, Stranger Songs is Ingrid’s slice of 80’s bliss. Missing You is a wistful, simmering pop bop full of passion and regret. Sure, the missing/kissing rhyme has been done many times before, but never quite as good as it’s done here.
Yuna - Blank Marquee (feat. G-Eazy)
  • for fans of Mark Ronson
I think if you listen to one song on this list, maybe consider making it this one. Before you’re scared of the G-Eazy feature, just know that not only does he fit on this song, he actually enhances the narrative - his brief appearance adds another layer to the back and forth of the hook. And Yuna, she absolutely murders this song. Her whispery, sassy disposition sells the shit out of this song, and the spiteful chorus is literally perfect, a funky, punchy display of dominance and independence that makes for one of my favorite hooks of the year. It’s a total jam, and it’s beyond infectious. I can’t help but dance to this one.
Kiana Ledé - Bouncin (feat. Offset)
  • for fans of Summer Walker
In a post-Girls Need Love world, you would think a poppy rap track with an Offset feature (that wasn’t from Tinashe) would be a surefire hit, but despite this song being catchy as hell, Kiana Ledé hasn’t been that lucky. However, this song has it all - charisma, a sticky hook, and a solid rap feature that should have it blasting out of every BMW in Brooklyn, but here we are. When this girl blows up, at least you can say you heard her first.
Shygirl - Uckers
  • for fans of Azealia Banks
The main hook of this track is a looping, unfurling bloodcurdling screech that makes for one of the most interesting beats of 2019. It’s like Cupcakke meets Clipping. and it’s every bit as jarring and magical as it sounds, somehow managing to sound both sexy and disturbing.
Vagabon - Flood
  • for fans of Chromatics
Vagabon is a New York indie rock artist entirely writing and producing her music. 2019’s self-titled release was one of the most underrated albums of the year, lush with ominous instrumentation and haunting delivery. Flood is the wistful lead single, a plead to a lost soul backed by stoning guitars and menacing synths.
Michael Kiwanuka & Tom Misch - Money
  • for fans of Leon Bridges
This funky, soulful jam is a UK dream collaboration from singer-songwriter Michael Kiwanuka and producer Tom Misch. It’s nostalgic and retro, but doesn’t feel dated, as cinematic strings and sorrowful background synths back Kiwanuka’s pleads to understand the devilish intent of greed. If you’re into disco and disco-influenced pop, look no further.
dvsn - Miss Me?
  • for fans of Miguel
OVO’s R&B act dvsn may be the label’s best kept secret. Miss Me? is a tongue-in-cheek acknowledgement of the duo’s brief hiatus while also asking their love “do you miss me?” It’s a sweet, downtempo Toronto trap tune, and like their contemporaries PARTYNEXTDOOR and The Weeknd, there’s just something about a sad, pitch-shifted love song that hits way harder than it should.
VÉRITÉ - Youth
  • for fans of Sigrid
VÉRITÉ has gotten some attention on Popheads, but not nearly enough. It was a toss-up to feature this wobbly electronic track or the damning, vengeful anthem Think Of Me. In the end, though, I had to go with the bombastic drop of Youth. “I waste my youth on you,” she exclaims, and you are forced to believe her. Armed with a fiery instrumental that sounds like drowning as well as a revenge-addled chorus, Youth is one of the most vulnerable tracks to release in 2019.
Miquela - Money
  • for fans of Rina Sawayama
You may know Miquela as the sentient robot/fashion model/cyborg influencer that’s been making the waves on Instagram. The B-side to this double single, Sleeping In, was produced by none other than PC Music’s Danny L Harle, but this A-side, Money, is a sugary, sassy pop bop. It’s quite odd to realize this is the result of an inorganic character, but with a hook this strong, it’s hard not to dance along.
Kitten - Memphis
  • for fans of The Japanese House
You may know Kitten’s front woman, Chloe Chaidez, as the guitarist in Charli XCX’s favorite girl band, Nasty Cherry. In Kitten, Chloe channels the weirdest of modern electronic mashed with late 90s punk pop. Oh, and the instrumental in the chorus literally samples the sounds of a dying DSL modem. And the craziest part? It works. Chloe’s nonchalant sing-talk delivery fits the wild instrumentation quite well, and as a result, Memphis is one of the most interesting, experimental pop tracks of the year.
Emotional Oranges - Just Like You
  • For fans of The 1975
Emotional Oranges’ aesthetic is as simple as it looks - they like oranges and they’re emotional. More seriously, the California pop duo has exploded in the last year, releasing two exceptional records stacked with simmering, sexy songs that bounce between sultry R&B and uptempo pop. Just Like You is a downright sensual synthpop single, sounding like if Oh Wonder and The 1975 had a baby, and that baby listening to Terror Jr. growing up. A lustful slow burn, the track dances around with innuendos and references to “navels,” a clever nod to the duo’s dedication to the fruit, while also keeping that steamy feeling of missing someone’s body as much as you miss them.
Deb Never - Swimming
  • for fans of Dominic Fike
Deb Never, alongside 100 Gecs, Dominic Fike, Slowthai, and JPEGMAFIA completes the spectrum of weird indie pop/rap artists to open for Brockhampton. However, as talented and incredible as all of these musicians are, Deb Never may be the most underrated and exciting. The angsty singer-songwriter has a very eclectic and visceral style, blending raw trap elements with alternative rock guitars on Swimming, a dark and brooding single that may be her best yet.
Wafia - Hurts (feat. Louis The Child & Whethan)
  • for fans of Zara Larsson
Wafia is best known for her contribution on Louis The Child’s hit single Better Not, and on Hurts, she enlists the DJ duo along with rising producer Whethan to create a slick, futuristic bop with sliding synths and solid vocals. It’s a bit of a vibe, and for a song with so many people producing and writing and singing, things can fall apart, but Hurts never feels like it has too many cooks in the kitchen - it seems like it has just enough.
Roy Blair - I Don’t Know About Him
  • for fans of Kevin Abstract
Roy Blair was Brockhampton frontman Kevin Abstract’s background singer when he was simply a small internet solo act. Roy’s got music of his own, and 2017’s Cat Heaven is a rather slept on indie pop release with some great songs. He graced 2019 with a 3 song EP called Graffiti, where he he delves in a more experimental route, following in the footsteps of other alternative pop artists. The result is a somber, expressive collection of tracks that impress and surprise. I Don’t Know About Him is the first of the three, and perhaps the best. Rife with pitch-adjusted vocal samples, a chant of a chorus, and punchy production, this may be one of the most alluring indie pop tracks you’ll hear all year.
  • for fans of Broods
HOLYCHILD recently announced they’re going on an indefinite hiatus, but not before dropping a damn solid sendoff of an album. The pulsating, explosive intro, Over You, is a gorgeous synthpop smash - its instrumental marches on and on, providing ample background for anthemic vocals to do their thing.
REI AMI - Snowcone
  • for fans of Doja Cat
REI AMI is my personal favorite new artist of 2019. She only has 3 singles out, but has carved a unique space for herself, with a love for beat switches that halve her tracks. The first half of Snowcone is a certified bad bitch anthem, with quippy and sassy lyrics, cutesy yet menacing delivery, and a raw beat with some clever moments in production. The second half couldn’t be any more different, as she finds herself vulnerable and alone, “a thrift store sweater with the holes.” There’s a nice duality to this one that is shocking in a first listen but seems almost necessary every time after that.
Bermuda - Under The Bridge (Only Pretty People Can Hear This Song)
  • for fans of Kim Petras
This bizarre track is the debut from Lil Miquela’s “hacker.” And just like the digital influencer, Bermuda is a computer-generated personality. It’s exactly what it sounds like, a poppy, autotuned cover of the Red Hot Chili Peppers song. On its own, it may not be an interesting piece of music. It’s not quite as abrasive or absent garde as an 100 Gecs track, nor is it as polished as Miquela’s PC music-friendly tracks, but it’s a relic of the zeitgeist. It’s a catchy, infectious clout chasing debut from an artist who doesn’t exist, one that might even be birthed from Miquela’s creators. Why would you make a debut single a pop cover of an early 90s rock track? Who knows. Maybe things aren’t that complicated. Maybe this is just a synthy, self-aware bop.
Tei Shi - Even If It Hurts (feat. Blood Orange)
  • for fans of Empress Of
Tei Shi has mostly been slept on in the pop/R&B spectrum despite releasing quite a few stunning singles across her two solid releases. Even If It Hurts is a smoky collaboration with Blood Orange in the vein of his 2018 album Negro Swan (of which they had a song together called Hope), and fit the most part, it shares a lot of qualities with the record: the dreamy, lush synths that lose you in a daze, the percussion that punches and drags like chains across pavement, and the whispery echoes of vocals that sound both in your face and distant at the same time. It’s easily one of the best songs of the year, and perhaps one of the best in Tei Shi’s career.
Deaton Chris Anthony - Racecar (feat. Clairo, Coco & Clair Clair)
  • for fans of Yaeji
For as small of an artist as Deaton Chris Anthony may be, he seems to have already caused quite the buzz online. In the last few months, he’s met up with Charli XCX, got Tony Hawk to star in a music video, and had this alt pop crew cut named one of the best tracks of the year by Gorilla vs. Bear (think Pitchfork but better). And this Clairo-featuring track is exactly that, a 3 minute rollercoaster ride that swerves and evades any sense of cliche as it dances around vaporwave, brat pop, sassy rap, and everywhere in between. It’s a lot to unpack, but luckily, you’ll be dying to hit replay to figure it all out.
Chelsea Cutler - You Are Losing Me
  • for fans of Sasha Sloan
This soft, Spotify-core vocal chop pop tune is a certified jam, a tried-and-true playful act of resistance. It’s got a really great drop, which bounces and shines in contrast to Chelsea’s hazy, hurtful delivery. It’s a testament to honesty and vulnerability, and while there’s a lot of tracks out there that sound like this, they’re often sterile, whereas You Are Losing Me almost feels unstable, ready to burst at any moment.
Chromatics - Whispers In The Hall
  • for fans of Beach House
For those unfamiliar with the synthpop group Chromatics, they’re one of the most influential modern dream pop groups out there, taking heavy inspiration from film scores and Italian disco. Their music has always skated on the line of horror and suspense, but on 2019’s Closer To Gray, they finally lean right into the spooky side of electronic music, with a downright menacing baseline, a Carpenter-esque melody, and a chaotic hell of an outro. It’s every bit as scary as the cover and title would suggest, and it’s every bit glorious as well.
  • for fans of 100 gecs
Probably the smallest group in this list, FLUXX.WORLD only has a handful of tracks to their name, but released one of my favorite tracks of the year with Sit W Me. It’s a winding, dizzying hyperpop song with a repetitive drawl, an immaculate chorus, and production that would make Charli XCX blush. It’s a fever dream, the closest thing 2019 has gotten to drone pop, and I love it. Definitely check this one out.
Poliça - Trash In Bed
  • for fans of Robyn
Minneapolis synthpop band Poliça has gone under the radar even in indie circles despite releasing some pretty great albums over the last decade, and if Trash In Bed is any indication, they’re going to continue that streak. This dark, brooding pop track oozes mystique, an omen to a past lover. It’s bleak, but enjoyable.
LIZ - Laguna Nights
  • for fans of Slayyyter
LIZ has gotten some traction here, but not quite as much as the other PC Music affiliates. Laguna Nights may be the most pure pop track on the record, but it’s a great one. Britney vibes are abound, and so are references to mood rings as well as the TV show of which the song shares a similar name. Endlessly catchy, poppy, and glittery. What more could you ask for?
Kilo Kish - Bite Me
  • for fans of Grimes
Vicious. That’s the one word I would use to describe Kilo Kish and her brand of industrial pop. Bite Me is every bit as visceral as it sounds, complete with pouncing drums, primal screams, and other various background sounds that make this such a scary, intriguing track. It all accumulated into a rush of an outro, as it feels like the entire song is packed into a 15 second snippet that erupts with increasing intensity.
Perfume Genius - Pop Song
  • for fans of Caroline Polachek
If you don’t listen to Perfume Genius, you’re going to fix that today. One of the best indie pop musicians currently in the game, Perfume Genius is always finding new ways to express himself through lovely and lush compositions. The smugly named Pop Song May be one of his best, a foray into an atmospheric garden of ambient noises and gentle vocals. Don’t let that fool you, though, as this song is grim, violent, and mellow underneath the otherwise gorgeous sheen of instruments that grace this song’s exterior. It’s a five minute song with one single hook repeated twice but it never outstays its welcome, and by the time you’re finished, you would like to play it again.
Låpsley - My Love Was Like The Rain
  • for fans of James Blake
Låpsley is one of the most underrated English songwriters out there. She wrote and produced every track on her bedroom pop debut album Long Way Home, which was brimming with deep, ocean-like downtempo pop tracks. She returns after a hiatus to bring us even more warm synths and haunting vocals on My Love Was Like The Rain. It’s a bit Billie Eilish meets Jamie xx with Adele at the helm, but it’s all full of feeling.
Banoffee - Tennis Fan (feat. Empress Of)
  • for fans of King Princess
Banoffee is still an unknown for many fans of Charli XCX or SOPHIE, but the LA songwriter will be making waves in 2020 with her eclectic delivery and lighthearted lyrical metaphors. Tennis Fan is downright infectious, coupling dancey production with bouncy vocals reminiscent of something from MØ. Top it off with a fire Empress Of feature, and you have a recipe for pop perfection.
EDEN - Projector
  • for fans of Jon Bellion
EDEN makes sad, electronic heavy pop music that’s very similar in vein to someone like James Blake, but his demeanor is far more deadpan, and his production is rather hazy and shoegazey. Projector is full of sorrowful beeps and bloops, downright depressing delivery, and an ominous fog that surrounds the entire track.
Flo Milli - In The Party
  • for fans of Doja Cat
Flo Milli may be the rapper to watch in 2020. Charisma and personality is a huge part of success in hip hop, and the Alabama rapper has it in spades. With a rapid fire, sassy flow like Rico Nasty and raw, hard beats, she has carved out a hell of a lane for herself, and already secured a Tok Tok hit with her debut single Beef FloMix. In The Party is a poppier, more audacious single, with Flo Milli serving various bad bitch aphorisms over a blunt, bodacious beat. It’s a cheerleader anthem for homewreckers and it’s as much of a banger as it sounds like it is.
Eluera - Good When We Fight
  • for fans of Tove Styrke
Eluera is an Australian lo-fi pop artist with a whispery, downtempo songwriting style that’s downright alluring. Paired with a punchy instrumental on her new single, Good When We Fight, she’s making moves. It’s got a damn nice chorus, a hint of vulnerability, and a lot of character. Definitely a must-listen for fans of the light, post-Lorde pop singers.
Torres - Good Scare
  • for fans of Marina
Torres is that one artist who has come so close to releasing that one album to put her on the map. After three great albums (all of which have managed to score an exact 8.0 on Pitchfork), Torres may finally have found her record. Good Scare, the lead single, is an indie pop bombshell, the type of slow burn that is electrifying, revealing, and unyielding. Hopefully the rest of the album can follow.
Teyana Taylor - We Got Love
  • for fans of Tinashe
Teyana Taylor is an artist with quite the crazy career - a debut that should’ve been massive but was anything but, an album infinitely delayed and finally retooled by Kanye West as part of his Wyoming sessions, a smattering of singles reworked and released over the course of 2019, and being so coveted as an opener on Jeremih’s tour she literally kicked out the main act from his own tour. So for all intents and purposes, We Got Love feels like a victory lap. It was meant to be on her last album, K.T.S.E., then intended for Kanye West’s own scrapped record Yandhi, but was shelved and shelved again, and here it is. And it’s great. A soulful Kanye production, We Got Love is a holy, beautiful rap with an endearing hook and ton of positivity and love. It sounds like a classic, nostalgic track hook release, and it’s easily up there with Teyana’s best tracks, with short quips that have West’s lyrical stamp, an organ that feels oh so churchlike, and a background choir sample that elevates this track to another level. Definitely one of my favorite songs of the year.
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2019.12.27 20:33 dorkprincess BTS Time Capsule 2019

For 5 years now, I’ve been making a time capsule to document BTS’ growth from 2015 onwards. You can see all the old time capsules on this wiki page!
Without further ado, here’s BTS’ 2019 time capsule, enclosed December 27, 2019 at 2:32PM EST to be opened sometime between December 21, 2020, and December 31, 2020 (Ideally at approx the same time again ;)).


  • There are seven members.
  • BTS is under Big Hit Entertainment.


  • Most recent work: Map of the Soul: Persona, the group's 6th EP
  • Music show wins: Through Boy with Luv promotions, BTS won 21 awards on music shows, which is the most music show wins of all time
  • Achievements: BTS broke a bunch of records with Persona; here’s a full list. Most notably: - Persona is the best selling album of all time in South Korea - Boy With Luv achieved the first perfect all-kill of 2019 - BTS is the fastest group to debut 3 #1 albums on the Billboard 200 since The Beatles - BTS are the first Korean artists to have more than one song on the Hot 100 (Make it Right at #95, and Boy With Luv at #8; the groups’ highest-charting single to date!) - Persona is the first Korean album to spend multiple weeks at #1 on the Billboard 200 - Boy With Luv spent 8 weeks total on the Hot 100, being the band’s personal best, and LY: Answer has spent more than a year on the Billboard 200 (and is still going) - BTS was also the first Korean group to reach the #1 spot in the UK, Scotland, New Zealand, and Australia
  • Soundtrack: BTS also released a soundtrack for their mobile game, “BTS World,” titled “BTS World OST” which became the first soundtrack album to receive the double platinum certification since Gaon implemented it last year
  • Solo: - j-hope released a single with Becky G titled “Chicken Noodle Soup” that also broke some records - RM released a remix of Old Town Road titled “Seoul Town Road” with Lil Nas X - V released his first single, titled “Winter Bear”
  • Certifications: - Boy With Luv received a platinum certification by the RIAA, and MoTS: Persona is eligible to become platinum - Their Japanese single, Lights/Boy With Luv, received a million certification from RIAJ (their highest yet!), has sold over 750k on Oricon (extending their record as best-selling foreign artist in Japan and the first foreign artist to sell 1m+), the pre-orders for the single surpassed 1m, breaking Celine Dion’s 24 year old record, and BTS WORLD TOUR 'LOVE YOURSELF' ~JAPAN EDITION~ DVD has received a gold RIAJ certification
  • Collaborations: BTS has collaborated with multiple big-name artists this year, such as: - Halsey (Boy With Luv) and (SUGA’s Interlude) - Ed Sheeran (Make it Right) - Lauv (Make it Right Remix) - Lee Sora (Song Request) - HONNE (Crying over you) - Heize (We don’t talk together) - Charli XCX (Dream Glow) - Zara Larsson (A Brand New Day) - Juice WRLD (All Night) - Epik High (Eternal Sunshine)
  • Charting: Spring Day continues to be the longest charting song in Korean history, going over 1000 days


  • 33rd Gaon Disk Awards: Best digital song (Bonsang) and Album of the Year (physical); Bonsang + Daesang
  • Seoul Music Awards: Best Album Award for Love Yourself: Tear
  • Korean Music Awards: Musician of the Year, Song of the Year, and Best Pop Song for Fake Love
  • Billboard Music Awards: Top Duo/Group
  • MTV VMAs: Best K-KPOP Music Video
  • American Music Awards: Favorite Duo or Group - Pop/rock, Tour of the Year, and Top Social Artist
  • Melon Music Awards: BTS won all 4 daesangs (first artist to do so), as well as many other awards
  • MAMA: BTS again won every daesang (first to do so), as well as many other awards
  • Variety Brunch: BTS won Group of the Year (here is explanation for the event)
  • BTS was the presenter for “Best R&B Album” at the 2019 Grammy Awards
  • BTS and Bang PD were also invited to join the Recording Academy Class of 2019


General News

Love Yourself: Speak Yourself World Tour

  • BTS was the first non-English speaking act to sell out and headline Wembley Stadium
  • The concerts at Rose Bowl broke the record for highest-grossing single engagement in the venue's Boxscore history, surpassing Taylor Swift's and U2's previous dates
  • All dates for the Speak Yourself Extension sold out within 2 hours, and second days were added due to demand
  • The tour also became the highest grossing concert tour in the world that took place in May 2019, grossing $51,666,038 with 384,498 attendees in the month
  • Their stop in Saudia Arabia made them the first ever Korean group to play in the venue, despite some controversy
  • The Love Yourself: Speak Yourself tour extension alone grossed $116.6 million and sold 976,283 tickets.
  • The Love Yourself World Tour ranked at number three on Billboard's 2019 Year End Top 40 Tours chart worldwide, with a worldwide gross of $196.4 million from the last 42 shows of the tour. In total, the tour was attended by 2,019,800 people, becoming BTS' most successful tour to date and the highest grossing concert tour by an act that performs primarily in a non-English language
  • BTS are No. 45 on Billboard’s decade-end top touring artists chart, being the highest ranked Asian act and only non-English speaking act on the list


Music Videos

(Only using 1theK’s channel, or ibighit if that’s the only place it’s uploaded)
In order of most views at the time, all in millions
2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
DOPE: 36.2m views DOPE: 119.0m FIRE: 252.9m DNA: 574.9m DNA: 892.1m
BiL: 32.0m FIRE: 90.9m DOPE: 247.6m FIRE: 467.9m BwL: 651.5m
Danger: 24.5m BiL: 81.4m BST: 231.2m FL: 406.3m FIRE: 632.9m
INU: 23.3m BST: 72.5m DNA: 214.9m DOPE: 405.1m FL: 629.9m
WoH: 22.5m Save ME: 58.4m Not Today: 174.5m MDR: 399.6m MDR: 600.7m
(No Data) Danger: 54.6m BiL: 173.4m BST: 385.6m IDOL: 592.4m

Social Media

- 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Most Recent X X X X X
Followers 541.000 2.2 million 7.6 million 14.7 million 21.7 million
- 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Most Recent @BTS_twt X X X X X
Most Recent @BTS_bighit X X X X X
Most recent #김데일리 (#KimDaily) X X X X X
Followers 1.6 million 3.96 million 11.4 million 17.4 million 23.2 million
Note: RM doesn’t really use the #KimDaily hashtag anymore, but he still takes pics that look exactly like them.
- 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Most Recent X X X X* X
*Plus some Japanese releases.
V Live
- 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Most Recent X X X X X
Followers 1.5 million 3.7 million 7.1 million 11.7 million 16.6 million
- 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Most Recent X* X X X X
*151220 Eat Jin in case it's taken down
Hope on the Street
- 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Most Recent X X X X X
- 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Most Recent Bangtan Bomb X X X X X
BANGTANTV Subscribers 1.1 million 2.5 million 5.5 million 13.8 million 24.2 million
- 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Daum 195.548 405k 698k 1.2 million 1.5 million
Weverse - - - - 2.8 million
- 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Most Recent - X X X X
Followers - 755k 1.1 million 3.4 million 4.7 million
- 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Monthly Listeners - - 8.7 million 9.8 million 13.6 million
Followers - - 2.7 million 8.1 million 15.2 million
- 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Followers - - - - 6.5 million
Most Recent - - - - x


- 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Subscribed 970 5.411 17.689 44.122 93.160
Online 16 74 375 541 745
Top of All Time BTS Run MV by beepingsheep with 66 upvotes (Screenshot of top 6) Blood, Sweat & Tears MV by mllelingling with 459 upvotes (Screenshot of top 6) DNA MV by FFED00 with 1.358 upvotes (Screenshot of top 6) Fake Love MV by JJJJAKE1 with 2.334 upvotes (Screenshot of top 6) Boy With Luv ft. Halsey MV by _lish_ with 2,966 upvotes (Screenshot of top 6)
Today's 'Hot' Page X X X X X
Most Recent BTS Projects - Rice Wreaths for V Jimin’s Birthday Project* Jimin’s Birthday Project** 2018 Census Results
*Jin & V’s Birthday gifts were on the way - and the secret santa + census was being processed! **Ongoing: Secret Santa, Census, Jin + V’s Birthdays
There might be some mistakes/things I missed in this crazy year, so please do let me know if I need to add or change anything! (I will prob be editing the formatting of this post for a while lol)
Also, for extra feels, check out this timeline of BTS over the decade!
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2019.10.28 02:43 DanielCracker I went to the Heels of Hell show earlier today and this happened...

As some of you may know, our current reigning is one of the performers at this year’s Heels of Hell Tour in parts of Europe. After Biqtch finished performing her second and final number, she asked us who we think deserves to win season 3. After she counted from 1 to 3, everyone just shouted “LANDON”.
As well as this, Biqtch performed a “Shrek is Love, Shrek is Life” style number as Princess Fiona. She performed it to the song “Ruin My Life” by Zara Larsson. It involved things such as Shrek pulling intestines out of Fiona’s asshole and stuff like that.
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2019.10.15 18:00 SimeonsDilemma 2020 Bonnaroo Rumor and Confirmation Thread

Well, well, well... we meet again! Welcome to the 2020 Bonnaroo Rumor & Confirmation Thread. This is where we will keep track of all the rumors, tours, likely, and unlikely artists that might be playing Bonnaroo 2020! Please share any new information in the comments and I will keep this thread updated. Here's a look back at the 2019 and 2018 Rumor and Confirmation threads. A reminder that next year the dates for Bonnaroo are June 11-14!
Please include links to the rumor or confirmation if possible.
Here is a link to the 2019 Bonnaroo Lineup. Since it's very unlikely for an act to come back-to-back years, I won't add any names from the 2019 lineup to any of the categories below.
I appreciated all the enthusiasm and help from folks when I ran this thread last year and expect nothing less this year! With that being said, if I don't add every single artist mentioned to this post, please don't be offended. I can't fit every name that will inevitably be mentioned so we try to focus on names that would be in the upper portion of the lineup, especially in the "Out" section. I also won't focus too much on genres with little Roo representation like hard rock/metal unless it is a confirmation like a Roo clue or a suspicious tour gap or something.
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Here is a quick guide to the different categories in this thread:
Confirmed: (Roo clues with indisputable answers, Artist confirmations, Bonnaroo confirmations)
Semi-Confirmed: (Roo clues with unclear answers, Leaks, Info from reliable sources)
Possible: (Tour dates with Bonnaroo gaps, In the US in April & May, New music/Planned tour with no dates or early 2020 dates)
Rumored: (Speculations with no hard evidence, talking with an artist at a show)
Unlikely: (Tour dates that make appearance seem unlikely, TN dates, overseas before/after Roo)
Out: (No Bonnaroo dates open, at other festivals/overseas during Roo)
Please note: Take everything in this thread with a grain of salt! Roo clues are sometimes incorrect, artists are sometimes incorrect, etc. In 2019, all of the artists listed under "Confirmed", "Semi-Confirmed", & "Out" were correct. However in the "Possible" section, only 20 artists listed were on the lineup. In the "Rumored" section, only 4/11 artists listed were booked and in "Unlikely", 4 artists listed ended up on the lineup.
Marc Rebillet Roo Clue #1- fruit loops, a loop of music notes spelling "dad" (Loop Daddy)
Pinegrove Roo Clue #2- pine air fresheners, their upcoming album is called Marigold, car lands in Montclair (where the band is from)
King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard Roo Clue #4- an Instagram filter hinting at their song "I'm In Your Mind"
Still Woozy Roo Clue #5- lava coming from a volcano (song 'Lava') and the woozy emoji
JID Roo Clue #6- clock at 1:51 and a drink (song 151 Rum) and the numerical value of the dice spell LEO (album Dicaprio 2)
Pigeons Playing Ping Pong Roo Clue #7- tv channels showing Pineapple, Pyramids, Pizza, Paper Airplane. An additional hint of a melting light was hidden in the site code. ;
Nelly Roo Clue #8- pancake batter in a bowl going up (song Batter Up). An additional hint of Air Force One was hidden in the site code. ;
LSDream Artist confirmation
Tool infinitypass on Inforoo
Lizzo The Festive Owl
Rezz and/or Lucii Roo Clue #3- Neptune with a spiral background and lit candles. The clue seems to point to either Lucii (her song Neptune) or Rezz (the spirals, the candles in the shape of her glasses). Could also be some kind of project with both artists or possibly a b2b. FWIW, Lucii was liking tweets asking if she was the answer to the clue & also tweets about a possible project with Rezz
Andy Frasco & the U.N. DM with artist
The 1975 2020 Tour
AJJ 2020 Tour
Allen Stone 2020 Tour
Angel Olsen New album, 2020 Tour, No TN date
Atmosphere 2020 Tour
Aqueous 2020 Tour
Barns Courtney 2020 Tour, No TN date
Beck New album, 2020 Tour
Big Gigantic 2020 Tour
Big Thief New album, 2019-2020 Tour
Big Wild 2020 tour dates
Bikini Kill 2020 Tour
The Black Keys New album, 2019-2020 Tour, No TN date
Blunts & Blondes 2020 Tour
Cage the Elephant 2020 Tour
Caribou 2020 Tour, New album soon
Cashmere Cat 2020 Tour
Chon 2019-2020 Tour
Chris Stapleton 2020 Tour
Cigarettes After Sex 2019-2020 Tour
City and Colour 2020 Tour
Cut Copy 2020 Tour
Dave Matthews Band 2020 Tour
The Disco Biscuits 2020 Tour
The Districts New album coming, 2020 Tour
Djo 2020 Tour
Dr. Dog 2020 Tour
The Eagles 2020 Tour
Ekali 2019-2020 Tour
Eric Prydz 2020 Tour
Excision 2020 Tour, No TN date
Fitz and the Tantrums 2020 Tour, No TN date
The Floozies 2019-2020 Tour
Flume 2020 Tour
Foals New albums, 2020 Tour, seems likely with tour dates
Foster the People New singles, 2020 Tour
Frenship New album, 2020 Tour
Galantis 2020 Tour
Glass Animals 2020 Tour
Greensky Bluegrass New album, 2020 Tour!/events?page=1
Greta Van Fleet 2020 Tour
Grimes New album 02/21/2020
Grouplove Instagram DM with band member
The Growlers 2020 Tour
Haim 2020 Tour
Halsey New album coming, 2020 Tour
Hayley Williams Teasing solo music, Sanctuary of Self Love barn curator at Bonnaroo
Highly Suspect New music, 2019-2020 Tour
Hiss Golden Messenger 2020 Tour
Ingrid Andress 2020 Tour
James Blake 2020 Tour
James Taylor 2020 Tour
Jauz 2020 Tour, No TN date
John Butler Trio 2020 Tour (No USA dates yet)
Kaytranada New album, 2020 Tour
Kendrick Lamar Active in 2020
Kid Cudi New album coming
Lane 8 2020 Tour, No TN date
Lawrence 2020 Tour
Lettuce New album, 2020 Tour, No TN date
Little Dragon 2020 Tour, No TN date
Local Natives 2020 Tour
Lotus 2020 Tour
Louis the Child 2020 Tour
Lucy Dacus New album, 2020 Tour
Madeon 2020 Tour
Manic Focus New album, 2020 dates
Megan thee Stallion 2019-2020 Tour
Michael Kiwanuka New album, 2020 Tour
Moon Boots 2020 Tour
Mt. Joy 2020 Tour
Mura Masa 2020 Tour
My Chemical Romance Reunion show planned
No Doubt Potential 2020 Tour
Of Monsters and Men 2019-2020 Tour, No TN date
Of Montreal New album, 2020 Tour
Oh Wonder 2020 Tour
Orville Peck 2019-2020 Tour
Oysterhead Active in 2020
Papadosio 2020 Tour
Petit Biscuit 2020 Tour https://www.petitbiscuit.f
Phoebe Bridgers 2020 Tour
The Pixies 2020 Tour
Pussy Riot 2020 Tour
Rainbow Kitten Surprise 2020 Tour
Rage Against The Machine Reunion in 2020, Headlining Coachella, more dates & festivals TBA
Real Estate 2020 Tour, No TN date
Rezz 2019-2020 Tour Dates
Rico Nasty 2020 Tour
Royal Blood 2020 Tour
Run The Jewels New album soon
Schoolboy Q 2019-2020 Tour
Snoop Dogg 2019-2020 Tour
Stone Temple Pilots 2020 Tour
The Tallest Man On Earth 2020 Tour, No TN date
Tauk 2020 Tour, No TN date
Tchami 2020 Tour
Tedeschi Trucks Band 2019-2020 Tour
Temples New album, 2019-2020 Tour
They Might Be Giants 2020 Tour, No TN date
Tipper Active in 2020
Tones and I 2020 Tour
Too Many Zooz 2020 Tour
Twiddle 2020 Tour
Tycho 2020 Tour, US in June
Vampire Weekend 2020 Tour, No TN date, seems likely with tour dates
Wallows 2020 Tour, No TN date
Watsky 2020 Tour
Wilco New album, 2020 Tour
Zedd 2020 Tour
Tool, Tame Impala, & Lizzo (headliners) Inforoo rumor
Billy Strings bonnaroo365
Boombox Cartel g4107811
Brittany Howard Alluded to via The What Podcast
Earthgang Facebook user spoke with artist
Sylvan Esso & Sylvan Esso Superjam Inforoo rumor
A date in TN from March-August makes someone a bit less likely to attend Roo due to potential Radius Clauses. These matter the most for bigger artists. Some of the artists with a TN date listed as the source could still play Roo.
BLUE OX FESTIVAL: Gov't Mule, Sam Bush Band, The Infamous Stringdusters, Yonder Mountain String Band, & more Blue Ox Music Festival, June 11-13, WI
SIDEWAYS FESTIVAL: Kelis, Belle & Sebastian, The Avalanches, DIIV, & more Sideways Festival, June 11-13, Helsinki
Eminem, Muse, The Killers, U2, The Weeknd, Pearl Jam, Dead & Company, LCD Soundsystem Recent Bonnaroo headliners (2016-2018)
The Black Crowes Nashville 07/07
The Doobie Brothers Nashville 06/17
DJ Snake Europe before & after Bonnaroo
The Flaming Lips Denver 06/12, San Fran 06/17
Journey Memphis 06/24, Nashville 08/12
Lana Del Rey Italy 06/09
Martin Garrix Europe before & after Bonnaroo
Russ Shows 06/12 & 06/14, Nashville 06/24
Sturgill Simpson Nashville 05/22
Tyler Childers Nashville 05/22
BEST KEPT SECRET FESTIVAL: Massive Attack, Fontaines D.C., black midi, Weyes Blood, & more Best Kept Secret Festival, Netherlands, June12-14
DOWNLOAD FESTIVAL: Kiss, Iron Maiden, System of a Down, Deftones, & more Download Festival, UK, June 12-14
I-DAYS FESTIVAL: Billie Eilish, Thom Yorke, Aerosmith, Korn, & more I-Days Festival, Italy, June 12-17
ISLE OF WIGHT FESTIVAL: Lionel Richie, The Chemical Brothers, Duran Duran, & more Isle of Wight Festival, UK, June 11-14
LOVEBOX FESTIVAL: Tyler, the Creator, Disclosure, Khalid, Anderson .Paak, Charli XCX, FKA Twigs, Hot Chip, & more Lovebox Festival, London, June 12-14
Afrojack Spain 06/14
Alanis Morisette Conflicting dates
Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness Conflicting dates
AWOLNATION Conflicting dates
Bon Iver Australia 06/13
Dua Lipa UK Tour
Elton John Conflicting tour schedule, Knoxville 06/06
Chance the Rapper The What Podcast
Coldplay The What Podcast
Fall Out Boy Europe Tour
Foo Fighters Conflicting dates
Green Day Europe Tour
Liam Gallagher UK 06/12
M83 lysrenee
Metallica Announced festival dates
Michael Kiwanuka Norway 06/13
Moon Taxi ebrown205
Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds Europe Tour
Queen + Adam Lambert Europe Tour
Roger Waters 2020 - no outdoor venues
Red Hot Chili Peppers Europe Tour
Rex Orange County Australia Tour
Soccer Mommy Europe Tour
The String Cheese Incident Hog Farm Hangout Festival, CA, June 12-14
Weezer Europe Tour
Zara Larsson Norway 06/12
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2019.09.24 13:03 acerod1 Old Navy Is About to Sail Away From Gap Inc.—and Into Some Choppy Waters

Old Navy employees heading into their San Francisco headquarters on a recent Monday were greeted almost the second they walked in with some bluntly candid customer feedback. “The lines are way too long & your customer service reps are not helpful at all,” griped one shopper. “If I get served one more Old Navy ad on YouTube …” lamented another.
The complaints, taken from Old Navy’s social media feeds, whizzed high above staffers’ heads in vivid red type as a chyron streaming across an LED screen behind the main reception desk. The chyron was installed last year at the low-cost fashion chain’s sprawling home office in the Mission Bay district, under orders from Sonia Syngal, Old Navy’s CEO. The electronic comments often include more bouquets than brickbats. “Best jeans I have ever owned” and “I hated jeans until I discovered the #rockstar” read other messages (displayed in blue type because they were laudatory). But the whole light show of recrimination and adulation is designed to keep the brand attuned to its shoppers. And that perpetual reality check could feel especially urgent for Syngal and her team over the coming year.
Sometime in 2020, most likely in the first half, Old Navy, a brand with nearly $8 billion a year in sales, will begin life as a stand-alone, publicly traded company, after its parent, Gap Inc., spins it off. (Gap investors will get one Old Navy share for each share they own in the parent company.) For the first time in its 25-year history, Old Navy will soar or sink on its own merits, free of a parent whose other top brands—Gap and Banana Republic—have endured declines that show how tenuous success can be in the pitilessly competitive apparel industry. “Everyone in the company will now be obsessed with serving Old Navy and the Old Navy customer,” Syngal tells Fortune. And if their focus wavers, they can just look up at the screen as they swipe their building pass.
Captain of the Swatch: Sonia Syngal, CEO of Old Navy, at the design studio in Old Navy’s San Francisco headquarters.Cayce Clifford for FortuneFor years, Old Navy has been the motor sustaining Gap Inc., thanks to its formula of selling trendy but inexpensive versions of basics like shorts and performance fleece, presented with a touch of whimsy in lively stores. Old Navy generates nearly half of Gap’s revenues and the bulk of its profit. According to Euromonitor International, it is the second-largest clothing brand in the U.S., a hair behind Nike. The brand’s global sales have risen $2 billion, or 35%, since 2011, accounting for essentially all of Gap Inc.’s revenue growth during that span. And much of that success has been owing to Syngal, a Silicon Valley veteran whose knack for logistics has helped make Old Navy unusually deft at rolling out desirable new merchandise, quickly and inexpensively.
But Syngal’s inaugural voyage as an independent CEO faces choppy waters. In Wall Street parlance, hiving off Old Navy is a way to “unlock its value,” unhindered by its struggling siblings. But Old Navy has recently hit a slump of its own. The brand’s comparable sales (which exclude figures from new or recently closed stores) have fallen two quarters in a row, following a lackluster holiday season—a stumble that analysts and the company attribute to customers seeing too much of the same-old, same-old in Old Navy’s offerings.
Other threats loom as well. Low-priced competitors, including Target (which rang up $5.2 billion in U.S. private-label apparel sales last year to rank No. 3 in that category), Walmart, T.J. Maxx, and European discounter Primark, are nipping at Old Navy’s heels. Stir in the possibility of a recession, and it’s little wonder why investors are less than euphoric about the spinoff: Gap Inc. shares are trading at around $19.50, down from $29.51 right after the move was announced in February.
Still, if Syngal and her boss—and soon-to-be competitor—Gap Inc. CEO Art Peck are right, Old Navy’s slump will prove to be a short, cyclical blip. Being a stand-alone will help shake the funk, Syngal is betting; indeed, she has vowed to lift annual sales an additional 25%, to $10 billion, and to nearly double its store fleet, though she hasn’t set a firm timetable for those goals. She compares Old Navy to the proverbial teen who is ready to leave home. “We’ll be able to move faster,” she says.
Old Navy’s origins date to 1993, when Gap Inc.’s then-CEO, Mickey Drexler, intuited that the stigma around bargain-priced clothes was dissipating. Drexler converted 48 weak Gap stores into “warehouses” to experiment with selling clothes that were cheaper than those at Gap and its rivals but of higher quality than discount chains offered and in a nicer environment. Company lore has it that on a trip to Paris, Drexler saw the words “Old Navy” above a bar and settled on that name for the new concept. In 1994, the first Old Navy stores opened.
Offering clothing of nearly “mall store” quality at low prices proved to be a winning formula. An Old Navy sweatshirt of that era might have been 50% cotton and thus less “natural” than the 85% cotton top you’d find at Gap but more so than an equivalent item at, say, Walmart. Memorably quirky ad campaigns featuring fashion editor Carrie Donovan and her oversize glasses, actress Morgan Fairchild, and Magic the Dog propelled the brand.
Thrifty moms and fashionistas on a budget took notice: Inexpensive didn’t have to mean boring and square anymore. “They’ve been the best value in the market for that consumer,” Stacey Widlitz, president of SW Retail Advisors, says of Old Navy. The chain immediately started to take market share from the likes of J.C. Penney, Target, and Sears. By its fourth birthday, Old Navy was a $1 billion brand, the first clothing chain ever to reach that milestone so quickly.
The brand took off in the 1990s by presenting trendy but inexpensive clothing in stores that were more lively than those of discount competitors.Cayce Clifford for FortuneToday, the Old Navy aesthetic is just as dominant in middlebrow fashion: Wearing a $9 T-shirt with a designer bag is seen as savvy, not gauche. The brand’s annual $1 flip-flop sale and the $5 American flag tee it sells around the Fourth of July are ingrained in the culture. Old Navy created a buzz in Canada, its only major international market, when Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wore one of its pink linen shirts to Toronto’s 2016 LGBT pride parade. According to Prosper Insights & Analytics, the average Old Navy shopper is 39 and comes from a household with income of $75,000. That makes those shoppers slightly less affluent that those at Target and Gap—but more important, they’re younger.
Variety is the secret sauce that keeps those customers coming back. While Old Navy is a go-to store for basics, one of its biggest assets is its ability to speedily roll out surprising new items, creating the “treasure hunt” mentality that’s crucial in the low-margin apparel world. Last holiday season, for example, during an otherwise underwhelming quarter, Old Navy sold 10 million pairs of cozy socks depicting cute seasonal beings like snowmen or ­penguins. “If they keep bringing in new product, their customer, for fear of missing out, will keep popping in,” says Fashion Institute of Technology assistant professor Shelley Kohan.
Keeping that stream flowing requires operational excellence—and that’s how Sonia Syngal came to be CEO.
Syngal, now 49, has been passionate about both technology and fashion since her adolescence. As a lanky teen growing up in Canada, she found that many clothing brands didn’t speak to her or fit her well. “I was not easy to dress,” Syngal recalls. So she designed and made much of her own clothing and eventually did the same for friends and family. While still a teenager, she started her own small company, Style Montreal, inspired by that city’s trendy fashion culture.
But Syngal particularly liked the logistics involved in making and distributing clothes, which led her toward science and engineering. She went to Kettering University, a college long associated with General Motors in Flint, Mich., that focused on STEM education. She met the work/study requirements by working the floor at Ford’s Taurus sedan factory. Being the rare woman on the floor, and a 20-year-old one at that, and supervising men in their fifties was a tough but crucial early career learning experience, Syngal recalls; she navigated the environment in part by cracking jokes with the boys. Syngal later got a master’s in manufacturing systems at Stanford—where she met her husband—and then worked at Sun Microsystems on its manufacturing team for almost a decade.
But retail still called to her. “It starts with my love of fashion and the pure notion that clothing is wearable art,” Syngal says. The idea of building and operating supply chains, meanwhile, satisfies her left-brain needs. It doesn’t hurt, she adds, that retail is a more woman-friendly environment than tech, with a bigger proportion of women sitting on boards and in the C-suite. Equal pay for women is also more common in retail. In fact, it’s the rule at Gap Inc., a tradition with roots dating back to its founding in 1969, when spouses Doris and Donald Fisher each put in $21,000 to launch the company. It was there that Syngal took her first (adult) job in retail, as a vice president of sourcing strategy, in 2004.
Fall outfits on display at Old Navy’s San Francisco flagship store.Cayce Clifford for FortuneHer ascent at Gap has coincided with a shift in thinking in the industry. Clothing brands for many years had sought their CEOs among so-called merchant princes and princesses, people with a knack for intuiting which merchandise shoppers would buy. But today, says Gap CEO Peck, operations expertise is paramount, particularly at a high-volume chain. Old Navy gets to $8 billion in revenue “$9.20 at a time,” Peck notes, referring to its average revenue per item. When you consider that Old Navy sells 700 million clothing items a year, and introduces 4,000 new products or product variations every year, logistics aren’t just a nerdy consideration: They are the corporate lifeblood. “You’ve got to be equally agile with consumer data as you are with how to plan e-commerce, and as how you merchandise the store,” says Gap’s nonexecutive chairman Robert Fisher, a son of the founders.
Before and during the Great Recession, Old Navy struggled with intense competition from cheap but trendy brands like H&M and Zara, which specialized in spotting new vogues and rushing products to market to satisfy them. Old Navy’s sales, meanwhile, declined more than $1 billion between 2006 and 2008. A few years later, Stefan Larsson, then the brand’s CEO, decided to end what he’d called Old Navy’s “clothes by the pound” approach and get more on-trend products into its stores faster. That meant building a quicker, rejiggered supply chain—and that, in turn, played to Syngal’s strengths. After a stint running Old Navy’s international business, she became head of supply-chain and product operations for all of Gap Inc. in 2013. And her successes in logistics paved the way for her to succeed Larsson as CEO in 2016, after he left to take the helm at Ralph Lauren.
While all the Gap brands have shared supply-chain expertise, faster-fashion practices have had a bigger impact at Old Navy, where the culture is more experimental and playful. One best practice pioneered at Old Navy under Syngal, which Gap and Banana Republic have since adopted, involves buying huge amounts of fabric ahead of time and only later deciding what to make with it, the better to jump on an unexpected trend. Old Navy has also built a massive $1.6 billion online business, with a boost from another Syngal-era innovation: a “Fashion in a Flash” express line for in-store retrieval of online orders.
Syngal’s tech background is becoming even more valuable given the growing role of analytics in guiding apparel makers’ strategic choices. That’s not to say Old Navy hasn’t had misfires over the years: Syngal cringes at the memory of the gold lamé bathing suits the chain tried to sell a few years ago. But she makes no apologies, for example, about Old Navy’s analytics-driven bet on men’s cargo shorts, a garment enjoying a renaissance (to the chagrin of many American women). “Poor guys, they don’t get to carry a purse,” Syngal quips. Still, the multipocketed shorts tend to be less baggy now. Besides, Syngal’s data tells her that men want them. Syngal has expanded the brand’s plus-size selection with great success. Now, jumpsuits for women are trending, and Old Navy is on it. “What will Americans be wearing in two years?” Syngal asks. “That’s our job to figure out.”
For years, Old Navy has been better than its sibling brands at making that kind of calculation—and thus has helped blunt the implosions at those chains. The namesake Gap brand, once a major cultural power with celebrities vying to be in its ads, has closed hundreds of stores in North America since 2011, and Banana Republic has also declined, unable to find a place for itself in fashion’s new landscape.
Gap Inc.’s management had long dismissed Wall Street calls for a spin­off of Old Navy, arguing that staying together gave the brands collective clout with vendors, along with the ability to pool resources and learn from one another. Now, the leadership has changed its tune: Art Peck says the businesses and their clienteles are too different and Old Navy needs to fly on its own, calling the separation “cathartic.” To keep Gap growing without Old Navy, Peck is betting on the ability of women’s sportswear brand Athleta to keep competing solidly with Lululemon. Gap is also pinning substantial hopes on Hill City, a men’s activewear brand that’s currently online-only, and Janie & Jack, a children’s brand it acquired from Gymboree after that chain filed for bankruptcy. Fisher, the chairman, says not having Old Navy around will force the Gap brand to raise its game. “There will be urgency, and in this business, urgency is your friend,” he says.
Old Navy’s quality-at-a-discount ethos cannibalized business from Gap over the years, and Peck jokes that the companies may soon become frenemies. “Should we hug now?” Peck quipped to Syngal at a recent presentation to Wall Street to discuss the transaction. But in practice, he argues, the companies won’t be direct competitors. Like the Fisher family and all other major Gap Inc. shareholders, he’ll have an incentive for Old Navy to thrive because of the shares issued in the spinoff. “I will be a major investor in Old Navy, so I will be invested in its success,” Peck says.
As a design-minded teen in Canada, Syngal started her own small fashion company. Her interest in the logistics of fashion led her to train as an engineer: Today, she often relies on data analytics to steer decisions about what to stock.Cayce Clifford for FortuneSuch goodwill aside, the separation poses challenges. The brands’ back-end operations—functions like IT and supply-chain management—are tightly integrated. “Sooner or later [Old Navy] will have to build some of that on its own, and it will be a distraction for management,” says Adheer Bahulkar, a partner at consulting firm A.T. Kearney’s global consumer and retail practice. And splitting up won’t come cheap: It will cost as much as $800 million in the next two years to build Old Navy a new distribution center and update its technology and logistics, among other expenses.
Still, fleeing the nest doesn’t unnerve Syngal. At a time when declining mall traffic is hurting retailers of all stripes, Old Navy stores are primarily “off mall.” And Syngal says that broad social trends like the rise of casual wear and activewear in the workplace will continue to position Old Navy well to ride a long wave of growth. What’s more, she says, Old Navy has grown large enough to wield the same clout with vendors that Gap Inc. has.
Old Navy’s bigger problem may be the perception that it’s playing it safe. Like all retailers, Old Navy struggles with the balance between offering enough assortment to keep customers interested and getting stuck with unsold merchandise customers yawn at. Peck and Syngal say Old Navy’s problems in the past few quarters have stemmed in part from getting that balance wrong—in particular, from not giving women’s wear customers enough new selections and betting too heavily on items that succeeded before.
That’s a sore point for a CEO who has built a career on rolling out novel products. Not coincidentally, Syngal’s first major hire since the spinoff was announced is one that bolsters the more creative “art” side of the business: She recently lured away Nancy Green, president of the thriving Athleta brand and the executive who helped build Old Navy’s kids business a decade ago, to become Old Navy’s president and chief creative officer.
In the short run, though, Old Navy’s health may depend on keeping its stores lively. On a tour of the brand’s 30,000-square-foot flagship on Market Street in San Francisco, Syngal explains the secret to the chain’s appeal. She points to features such as polka-dot motifs, jeans that hang on a wall in a long line to lift the eyes upward, hopscotch outlines on the floor, and tables where kids (and others) can color with crayons. Exhortations such as “Shop It Like It’s Hot” and “Hi, Beautiful” are painted on mirrors.
Old Navy, which has a rolling remodeling campaign for its fleet of more than 1,100 stores, has been livening up its warehouse-like locations with relatively inexpensive touches, including repainting the darker wood in older stores with brighter colors, adding lighting, and redoing fitting rooms. (One of Old Navy’s biggest challengers, Target, has been making similar moves, as _Fortune_reported in its September issue.)
Physical retail remains at the forefront of Old Navy’s growth strategy, Syngal says. About 14% of U.S. store transactions are in cash, meaning that business is unlikely to go online. The company also thinks it can grow big in smaller markets. “What we hear a lot is customers saying, ‘You’re not in my town—I have to drive 45 minutes to get to an Old Navy,’ ” Syngal says. Typically, the brand’s “trade area” has been 200,000 people per store—which means it has been less likely to expand in less densely populated areas. But Syngal thinks Old Navy can proliferate there: She points to increased business for the brand in such communities where a Sears, Macy’s, Gymboree, Kmart, or J.C. Penney has recently closed. In the past two years, Old Navy has opened 100 new locations; it has another 800 on tap.
Of course, stores will only get you so far: You also need the right merchandise. Unlike most mall-retail and department stores, Old Navy is not afraid to be goofy in its product selections. By the cash registers, for example, there is an abundance of hair scrunchies, an item thought to have been relegated to fashion’s dustbin but now coming back (and one, like cargo shorts, for which Syngal makes no apology).
Syngal also has faith in Old Navy’s ability to build blockbusters that could steer the brand to $10 billion in sales. Since 2011, the chain has created a billion-dollar activewear business from scratch. It has also turned its denim business into a juggernaut, thanks to its popular Rockstar brand for women—selling 40,000 pairs a day. Those jeans, which retail for around $35, struck a chord with shoppers for features such as four-way stretch and recovery so they don’t droop at the knees—the kind of attributes found on pairs that go for $70 at Gap or Abercrombie & Fitch.
The key is to keep Old Navy in that sweet spot: Not too fashion-forward but cool enough and of good enough quality. As long as it holds that position, Syngal says, Old Navy should thrive as a stand-alone—especially if operational chops and data science reduce the odds of fashion misfires. “We are in one-third of American households. Why can’t we be in half?” she asks. “Why can’t we be in three-quarters?”
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2019.07.22 19:02 Grubber101 Zara Larsson Announces Fall Headlining Tour

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2019.05.13 04:02 Dauchy [Beauty Community] Vitamin D: The James Charles Story

(the D is his penis)
(Update at the bottom for everything that's happened this past week)
Hey guys! I've chosen to tell this story in the order that events unfolded to the audience and there's two main drama story lines, so there may be some jumping around. I know I've left things out, like Gage's drama with Tana and James's reaction to Gage's side of the story, but they're not important to the main plot. Also, I'm sorry for screenshots, but these characters are constantly tweeting and deleting.
The main characters:
Chapter 1: Coachella Weekend One (middle of April):
James loves Coachella. This year, he brought his friends and Gage, a guy from New York that had been talking with him for a few months. Gage was bi-curious and looking to experiment a little, which is why he decided to fly to Coachella and go with James and James's friends. During the weekend, Gage and James were seen holding hands and kissing each other. Gage goes back to New York, tells James he had a good time but he's realized he isn't bi. Fans quickly decided the two were dating, which James shot down by calling Gage a con artist. Why is Gage a con artist? Because James's friends told him Gage was only after James's clout.
Chapter 2: Coachella Weekend Two (end of April):
James has Coachella problems. Due to some mess up with tickets and crowds, the event staff won't let him in. Thankfully, SugarBearHair is there to save the day.... if he does a sponsored post for them. He makes a thirty second video for his Instagram, talking about how great the night time vitamins are, since the melatonin is helping his anxiety and insomnia. Shortly after, Tati, creator a of vitamin company remember, make her own instagram video talking about fake friends, trusting people, etc. She doesn't name James, but people are putting two and two together. James has never mentioned Tati's vitamins in his videos and suddenly he's claiming her number one competitor are lovely, wonderful people, whose vitamin is curing his anxiety? The reaction is pretty mixed - some people think she's genuinely upset about a friend, other people think she's overreacting to business deals.
Chapter 3: The Sisters Tour (end of April):
James Charles is taking his show on the road! And you can see it for the low, low price of $500. Okay, the cheapest tickets are only $50, but people are upset at the price of VIP tickets. For $500, you get to take a photo with him, sit in the front row, maybe be brought on stage, and you get to purchase his merch first. You also get a poster and a bag of his favorite makeup. For the next step down, $250 tickets, you get to take a photo with him, sit in the second row, maybe be brought on stage, and you get to purchase his merch second. Again, you get a poster and a smaller bag of his merch. James tweets that he's making the $500 ticket better(the only change is you now get to have food and a Q&A for $500). He also says he has no control over ticket price. But don't worry, VIP tickets are selling out.
This is the beginning of the tide turning against James.
Chapter 4: The Leaked DMs (beginning of May):
Remember Gage? It's been about two weeks between Chapter 1 and now. Some leaked dms have come out between the two of them (the current theory is James 'leaked' them to make himself look good, allegedly, conspiracy, girl). In the leaked messages, Gage tells James he's making a video, to clear up what James has said about him being a con artist. James says he's doing it all for the attention, Gage doesn't have any fans so he's just milking James's fans.
James then goes into a very emotional manipulative rant, explaining exactly how Gage has conned James. See, James has video evidence that Gage happily kissed him, so obviously he wasn't forced into doing anything. Gage and James cuddled, kissed, and slept in the same bed, which clearly means he likes James. Gage says he is straight, but he was also curious, which was the whole point of flying out to see James. Gage includes a time when James was crying and said the only time that would make it stop was if Gage kissed him. James says that after that, Gage kissed him voluntarily a bunch of times, so Gage is lying about not liking him. There's more in the messages, but the main thing here is James sexually harassing and manipulating Gage.
Gage posts his story of what happened: he made it clear to James that he didn't really know how he felt, but he wasn't in love with James and didn't really want to do anything physical with him. James didn't respect that and constantly tried to force Gage to be more physical with him.
For some reason, this doesn't really blow up and everyone moves on.
Chapter 5: Gossip (beginning of May):
James has apparently been running about everyone's back, talking trash about Tati. Another beauty Youtuber, Gabriel Zamora, posts a video about how Tati is whining over vitamins and then a story about Tati making a big deal over nothing It's consider uncouth to name names, so Gabriel is really riling people up right now. Tati will say that she's heard drama channels say James was dm'ing them, but I haven't seen any screenshots or dms.
James gets invited to the Met Gala during this time.
Chapter 6: BYE SISTER (May 10th):
This is the thing that pushed the drama into the mainstream: Tati's 40 minute long destruction of James Charles. I should note, Tati does NOT get involved in Internet drama. I can't think of any other scandal (other than when her beauty vitamins came out, people were annoyed with that) that she's been in. It was a huge deal that it was Tati spearheading the drama. I could spend this whole post breaking down her video, but instead I'm linking to this one. Tati says in her video that time and time again, she's gone out of her way to help James. She flipped a switch in James's setting that took his AdSense money from $90 per video to $2500 per video. She helped him negotiate deals, including helping him get back up deals so he could fight harder for the offers he really wanted. She promoted his promo code so he would get a kickback from her audience. Her home was his home, he would come over and cry to her about his troubles and drama and she was always there for him.
But he never really was for her. At some point, he came to her about her number one competitor, SugarBearHair, wanting to sponsor him. She begged him, "Please don't do this, it'll look so bad if my close friend is advertising for my biggest competitor. If it's a money thing, I will pay you to talk about my vitamins." He refused both offers, citing his tween/teen fan base and that he did not want to advertise health advice to them. Tati says she respected this. But if you remember back to chapter 2, the thing that got Tati into this mess is James doing a sponsored post for SugarBearHair, so now people realize why it cut so deep. Tati says she tried to confront James privately about this, but he shrugged it off.
And lastly, in her video, she talks about James's predatory and sexually harassing view of straight men. He believes that there's no such thing as one, he can turn any man gay, he outwardly talks about sex and fucking dudes in front of his parents and Tati's friends and family, to the point that she felt she had to call them all up the next day and apologize for his actions. James being way too into straight dudes was pretty well known, but I think most people took it as a joke or an exaggeration. After Tati's video, so many men are stepping up to show the shit that James has said to them, done to them, and they've kept quiet out of fear of someone who has millions and millions of rabid fans. In one of the stories Tati tells, James is harassing a straight waiter and when Tati confronts him, he says "I'm famous, I'm allowed to".
Chapter 7: The Aftermath (aka the shitshow that has been the past two days)
James posted an apology video a couple hours after Tati's video. It's currently the 17th most disliked video on Youtube. I don't have a summary of his apology, because he didn't say anything. He's sorry he hurt Tati's feelings. He's sorry people have interpretted his actions as predatory. He's gonna do better.
Meanwhile, he's on tour in Australia and it's going about as well as you would expect. He showed up two hours late, there's barely a crowd, and people aren't very happy.
Online, James has lost over two million subscribers. Tati has gained nearly three million. ByeSister and Tati were trending on Twitter after she posted the video. There's live videos counting their sub counts. By the time you read this, James will probably dip below 14 million subscribers. Tati and James are currently holding records for most subs gained/lost in 24 hours, respectively.
James is being cancelled across the board: Jake Paul, Jeffree Star, h3h3, drag queens, Trisha Paytas(edit: Trish has put her account on protected, the tweet just said 'Bye Sister') , Hank Green, Ariana Grande, the list does not stop.
Chapter 8: The Worm turns
Oh, did you think we were done? Noooo. Maybe you missed it in the pile of James's shit, but Tati had been quietly sitting on the news that James is sexually harassing straight boys. Others in the beauty community, particularly women of color, are not pleased that Tati waited until James had hurt her to tell everyone about his behaviour. There's more comments below her tweet about speaking up. PewDiePie thinks Tati is overreacting.
For now, that's as far as things have gone. Tati has been keeping her nose out of the shit-flinging and is generally looking good through all this. James has been quiet on social media the past few days, so no one really knows what's going on behind the scenes, but suffice to say, it's gonna be hard to come back from this.


Update Aftermath

James's channel is now gaining back subscribers, not as fast as he lost them, but pretty close. He had lost 3 million and he's back up 1.5 million so far. Tati is dipping into the red - she gained 5.6 million and she's now lost 300k. I assume she'll keep losing people, as people who only subscribed for the bandwagon lose interest. Jeffree lost 50k subscribers after James's video, but Jeffree stans are like cockroaches, somehow they never quite die.
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2019.05.11 17:58 MVRKOFFCL Swedish House Mafia 2019 studio mix

Here's a 3+ hr studio quality mix I made to commemorate their reunion. I hope you all enjoy 😊
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Full Tracklist:
1) Swedish House Mafia - Miami 2 Ibiza vs How Do You Feel Right Now (MVRK UMF Intro 2018 Re-edit)
2) Swedish House Mafia X Magnificence & Steff Da Campo X Sunstars X Nicky Romero - We Come, We Rave, We Love X Out Of My Mind X Ritual X Champion Sound (Swedish House Mafia Mashup)
3) Felix Da Housecat & Diddy X Steve Angello & Ingrosso X Swedish House Mafia X AK9 - Jack U vs 555 vs Greyhound (MVRK SHM 2019 Reunion Edit)
4) Thomas Feelman, Teamworx, STV X Axwell /\ Ingrosso X Corey James - Never Stop X Sun Is Shining X DNA (MVRK SHM 2019 Reunion Mashup)
5) Alesso vs Alesso - Tileted Towers X Move Like That (MVRK Mashup)
6) Nari & Milani vs Steve Angello X Third Party & Pete K & Cory Lasser vs Dada Life vs Henry Carlin - Like This Higher State Of Dada Land (MVRK SHM 2019 Reunion Mashup)
7) Axwell /\ Ingrosso vs Gamiani X Dada Life vs Corey James - Dream Bigger X Our Nation (MVRK SHM 2019 Reunion Mashup)
8) Zombie Nation vs Alesso X W&W vs Axel E & Albin Myers vs Valentino Khan - Kernkraft 400 vs Nillionaire X Take It To The Top vs Deep Down Low (Axwell Λ Ingrosso vs MVRK SHM 2019 Reunion Mashup)
9) Eric Prydz vs Gemellini X Corey James & Henko - Every Day X Back In Time (MVRK SHM 2019 Reunion Mashup)
10) FISHER vs Childish Gambino X Hugo Cantarra - Losing It & This Is America X Dream On (MVRK SHM 2019 Reunion Mashup)
11) Pauls Paris ft. Moses York - Make Your Mind Up (Axwell & NEW_ID Extended Remode)
12) Third Party feat. Daniel Gidlund - Collide (Original Mix)
13) Axwell - Nobody Else (Original Mix)
14) Thomas Gold & Corey James X Kryder X KAAZE - Orinoco X Blade 3000 X Blade (MVRK SHM 2019 Reunion Smashup)
15) Alesso - Progresso vs Falling (Alesso UMF 2019 Intro Edit)
16) Axwell, Ingrosso, Angello, Laidback Luke & Deborah Cox X Magnificence X Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman vs. Tom Staar X M.E.G. & N.E.R.A.K. - Leave The World Behind X Cobra X Empire X Concorde (MVRK SHM 2019 Reunion Smashup)
17) Teamworx & Sunstars X Congorock vs Daft Punk vs Matisse & Sadko – Playin’ Around X Around The Minerals World (MVRK SHM 2019 Reunion Mashup)
18) MAD M.A.C vs Jamis vs. Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike vs. Sunfreakz feat. Andrea Britton vs. Axwell - Renegade Master vs. Counting Down The Days (Matthew Bass Short Reboot)
19) Skitzofrenix & Jeff Doubleu vs. Matt Caseli & Danny Freakazoid vs. Nicky Romero vs. Axwell X TV Noise X TV Rock feat. Rudy x Axwell x Mitchell Niemeyer & Paul Mayson - Rushin' Raise Your Flash In the Air X Cell Phone X The Realm (MVRK SHM 2019 Reunion Smashup)
20) Steve Angello, Laidback Luke & Robin S X TV Rock & Rudy vs Steve Angello vs Adrian Lux X Still Young,Simon De Jano & Madwill vs Adrian Lux – Be vs Show Me Love vs Knas X In The Air vs Teenage Crime vs Temptation (MVRK SHM 2019 Reunion Smashup)
21) Steve Angello, Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman vs Axwell Λ Ingrosso & Kristoffer Fogelmark X Ivan Gough, Feenixpawl, Georgi Kay & Axwell X Booka Shade X Axwell vs The Dead Prezidents vs Afrojack - Payback X More Than You Know X In My Mind X Love Inc. X Barricade vs Nothing But Love vs Pacha On Acid (MVRK SHM 2019 Reunion Mashup)
22) Eptic & Habstrakt vs. Matt Caseli & Danny Freakazoid vs. Bingo Players X Throttle X Afrojack & Mightyfools - Lazoor 3000 vs. Raise Your Hands Up vs. rattle vs. Baddest Behaviour X Keep It Low (MVRK SHM 2019 Reunion Smashup)
23) Steve Angello - Remember (feat. The Presets) (Original Mix)
24) Antoine Delvig & Felicity X Thomas Newson x Eric Prydz X AYOR – Jack That Body X Combat vs Pjanoo X Low Rider (MVRK SHM 2019 Reunion Mashup)
25) MK vs Garmiani X KLSN vs Julimar Santos vs Tv Noise X Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike - 17 vs Fogo X Like That X Wakanda (MVRK SHM 2019 Reunion Mashup)
26) DJ Snake - Magenta Riddim (Lumberjack Remix)
27) Tom Swoon & Teamworx vs. The Game feat. Skrillex X Domeno & Michael Sparks Vs. Hardwell - Atom vs. El Chapo X Locked & Loaded (MVRK SHM 2019 Reunion Smashup)
28) Matisse & Sadko vs Eurythmics & Steve Angello - Tengu vs Sweet Dreams (Steve Angello Mashup)
29) Deniz Koyu & Gazlind vs. Swedish House Mafia & Knife Party vs Salvatore Ganacci - To The Sun vs. Antidote (MVRK SHM 2019 Reunion Smashup)
30) Axwell vs Swedish House Mafia vs Knife Party vs Ferry Corsten & Arty - Heart Is King vs Save The World vs Punk (SHM One Last Tour Mashup)
31) Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman vs. John Martin X Axwell /\ Ingrosso X Deorro X Calvin Harris X Green Velvet X Sebastian Ingrosso & John Martin - ID2 X On My Way X Five Hours X Warrior X Flashback X Flash X Reload (MVRK SHM 2019 Reunion Mashup)
32) Calvin Harris & Dua Lipa vs R3hab X Seth Hills - One Kiss X Whisper (MVRK SHM 2019 Reunion Mashup)
33) Michael Woods vs Oliver Heldens & Chocolate Puma vs Green Velvet & Nicky Romero X Steve Angello - Take My Love vs Ibiza 77 (Can You Feel It) vs Flash X Valodja (Axwell Mashup MVRK Re-mash)
34) Axwell /\ Ingrosso X D.O.D. vs CID – I Love You X Bones (MVRK SHM 2019 Reunion Mashup)
35) Sick Individuals, Axwell & MIDIcal ft Taylr Renee, Daft Punk & SHM X Pendulum vs Steve Angello, AN21 & Max Vangeli - I AM Save The One More Time X The Island (MVRK SHM 2019 Reunion Smashup)
36) Pink Floyd vs Swedish House Mafia vs The Temper Trap & Axwell & Dirty South X Kill FM x Tom Staar & Kryder - Stairway To Heaven vs Don’t You Worry Child vs Sweet Disposition (MVRK SHM 2019 Reunion Smashup)
37) RavenKis vs Supermode vs Daft Punk vs Adrian Lux vs KAAZE X Nicky Romero & Florian Picasso vs Corey James & CAMARDA - Tell Stellar Aerodynamic Crime X Only For Your Love (MVRK SHM 2019 Reunion Smashup)
38) Jose De Mara & Crusy vs Faithless Blackbox & Fuerte X Magnificence & Seth Hills vs Drop Department & SuitStatic vs Ingrosso & LIOHN & Salvatore vs Wiwek & Gregor Salto vs Whaler X Third Party - Bangkok vs Insomnia X Fire vs Manea vs FLAGS! vs On Your Mark X The Power (MVRK SHM 2019 Reunion Smashup)
39) The Prodigy X Swedish House Mafia vs Tinie Tempah X SHM vs Nari & Milani X Congorock X Garmiani vs Metallica vs Axwell /\ Ingrosso X Fedde Le Grand vs Sultan & Ned Shepard X Rune RK vs Firebeatz X Corey James & Will K vs Martin Garrix & Florian Picasso vs KAAZE vs Dada Life vs Eurythmics vs Envyro - Omen X Miami 2 Ibiza vs One vs Atom X No Good vs Calabria vs Enter Sandman vs Can’t Hold Us Down X RIU vs Make Up Your Mind vs Kick Out The Epic Motherfucker vs Sweet Dreams vs Universe (MVRK SHM 2019 Reunion Smashup)
40) Steve Angello - Nothing Scares Me Anymore (Corey James & David Pietras Remix)
41) Steve Angello vs. Matisse & Sadko - SLVR (Original Mix) X SLVR vs Voices (MVRK SHM 2019 Reunion Mashup)
42) Joris Voorn vs Swedish House Mafia vs Sunfreakz & Andrea Britton vs Axwell X Eddie Thoneick & Deniz Koyu vs Kavinsky X The Chemical Brothers - Goodbye Fly vs Counting Down The Days vs Greyhound X Solar Nightcall X Block Rockin’ Beats - MVRK SHM 2019 Reunion Smashup)
43) Kygo vs Third Party X Sebastien Drums, Whelan, Di Scala & Mitch Crown - Firestone X Here I Come (MVRK SHM 2019 Reunion Smashup)
44) Thomas Feelman & STV X Feenixpawl & XMulty vs Jack Wins & Nico De Andrea ft Caitlyn Scarlett - Maasai X Atomic vs Freewheelin' (MVRK SHM 2019 Reunion Mashup)
45) 3LAU & Yeah Boy vs Fraanklyn & Føle - Is It love vs Shades (Spex Mashup)
46) Steve Angello & Mako vs Simon Alex X Steve Angello - Children Of The Wild (MVRK SHM 2019 Reunion Closing Mashup)
47) Sebastian Ingrosso vs Zara Larsson & MNEK - Dark River Never Forgets You (Dannic Mashup)
48) Alesso X Corey James & David Pietras vs OneRepublic vs Supermode - Confession X Arlanda vs If I Lose Myself vs Tell Me Why (MVRK SHM 2019 Reunion Closing Smashup)
49) Sebastian Ingrosso, Alesso vs OneRepublic - Laktos vs Calling vs Apologize (Sebastian Ingrosso TomorrowLand 2018 Mashup)
50) Francisco Cunha vs Axwell - Center Of The Universe For Life (Mirco Akuma Mashup)
51) Eric Prydz vs Axwell - Opus But Love (Alex B-Cube Recut)
52) Axwell, Ingrosso, Angello & Laidback Luke ft Deborah Cox - Leave The World Behind (Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike vs SHM Dark Forest Edit)
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2019.05.11 05:47 impeccabletim BUILD Series: Zara Larsson Chats About Her "Don't Worry Bout Me" Tour & More

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2019.02.05 02:37 sconce2600 The List 2019: Who's out!

The Lineup is out, bold denotes acts that ended up on the lineup
The following are out due to lack of precedent
2018 OSLs lineup
2017 OSLs lineup
Out due to gigs at AT&T Park (Capacity: 41,915)/Levi's Stadium (Capacity: 75,000) in San Francisco and Santa Clara CA
Out due to gigs at Shoreline Amphitheatre (Capacity: 22,500) in Mountain View CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Oracle arena (Capacity: 19,596) in Oakland CA
Out due to gigs at the Chase Center (Capacity: 18,064) in San Francisco CA
Out due to gigs at the Golden One Center (Capacity: 17,608) in Sacramento CA
Out due to gigs at the SAP Center (Capacity: 17,496) in San Jose CA
Out due to gigs at the Concord Pavilion (Capacity: 12,500) in Concord CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Greek Theatre (Capacity: 8,500) in Berkley CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium (Capacity: 7,000) in San Francisco CA (February through November)
Out due to gigs at the Frost Amphitheater in Stanford CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Masonic (Capacity: 3,165) in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Paramount Theatre (Capacity: 3,040) in Oakland CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at SVN West (Capacity: 3,000) in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the City National Civic (Capacity: 2,850) in San Jose CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Warfield (Capacity: 2,300) in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Mountain Winery (Capacity: 2,278) in Saratoga CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Fox theater (Capacity: 2,250) in Oakland CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at 1015 Folsom (Capacity: 1,400) in San Francisco (May through November)
Out due to gigs at UC Theatre (Capacity: 1,400) in Berkley CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Fillmore (Capacity: 1,050) in San Francisco CA (May 9th through November)
Out due to gigs at the Regency Ballroom (Capacity: 1,050) in San Francisco CA (May 18th through November)
Out due to gigs at the August Hall (Capacity : 1,000) in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Mezzanine (Capacity: 1,000) in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Uptown (Capacity: 863) in Napa CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Bimbo's 365 (Capacity: 685) in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Great American Music Hall (Capacity: 600) in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Cornerstone (Capacity: 600) in Berkeley CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Chapel (Capacity: 500) in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Slims (Capacity: 500) in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Independent (Capacity: 500) in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to playing Bottlerock in Napa CA (May 26th-28th) (top 48 acts only)
Out due to being the top 13 acts from BottleRock 2018
Out due to playing Second Sky Fest in Oakland CA (June 15th)
Out due to playing Clusterfest in San Francisco CA (June 21st-23rd)
Out due to playing Burger Boogaloo in Oakland CA (June 30th-July 1st)
Out due to playing Sonoma Harvest in Glen Ellen CA (September 22nd-23rd)
Out due to playing Flow festival in Finland (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Ypsigrock festival in Italy (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Boardmasters festival in the UK (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Way out West festival in Sweden (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Smukfest in Denmark (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Oya Festival in Norway (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing SonneMondSterne Festival in Germany (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing The Boaty Weekend in Spain (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Boomtown Fair in the UK (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Haven Festival in Denmark (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Sziget Festival in Hungary (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Haldren Pop Festival in Germany (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Grape Festival in Slovakia (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Summer Well in Romania (same weekend as OSLs)
Out for other reasons
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2018.12.03 21:23 elixtarnar Sziget 2019 Rumour Mill

You asked for more leaks, but even I don't know what names will Sziget announce next. However, in this post you can find below a list of acts that Sziget could get, because they have gigs in Europe in August!
Last edits:
12.03.2018. Reason: added more Reading & Leeds names to the list + Frequency Festival names + suggestions.
12.04.2018. Reason: added names from the Boardmasters Festival UK + other suggestions
12.07.2018 Cut out Balaton Sound names
12.10.2018 Added Father John Misty (gig in Portugal), Scorpions, Slayer, Major Lazer + other Bloodstock Open Air heavy metal acts
12.11.2018 Added Tame Impala & others that are performing at Flow Festival + Highfield Festival names + New Order
12.13.2018 Added Sonus Festival (Croatia) acts
12.15.2018 + Oscar and the Wolf (Belgium gig), Sting (France), Ariana Grande (European stadium gigs)
12.16.2018 + Deadmau5 (Creamfields) & Jess Glyne (UK)
12.19.2018 + Kylie Minogue (UK gig) + The Good, The Bad & the Queen (Luxembourg gig) + Indie Music Festival (Ireland) + Awake (Romania) + Victorious (UK) names + Frequency Festival (Austria) new names
12.20.2018 + Boomtown (UK) names
12.23.2018 + Madness (UK gig)
01.23.2019 Added suggestions from comments + Pstereo, South West Four, Ms Dockville & Øyafestivalen names.
01.25.2019 + The Chemical Brothers + Bay Fest (Italy) names
01.28.2019 + ArcTanGent Festival (UK) & Paredes de Coura (Portugal) names
01.29.2019 Added Blue Moon Festival (Netherlands) + some Green Man (UK) names
01.30.2019 + Lowlands Festival (Netherlands) names
01.31.2019 Added Reading & Leeds (UK) new names
02.01.2019 Added Deerhunter (Portugal) + Check in Party Festival (France) & Way Out West (Sweden) + Lokerse Feesten (Belgium) names
02.02.2019 Added The Darkness (touring with Ed Sheeran) + Edinburgh Summer Sessions (UK) names
02.07.2019 + Boardmasters (UK), South West Four (UK), Tsunami Xixon (Spain) & SonneMondSterne Festival (Germany) names
02.08.2019 Added Jugendfest (Norway) names
02.11.2019 Added Boomtown (UK) acts
02.12.2019 Cut out this day's Sziget announcement + added Rock En Seine (France) names
02.13.2019 Added Victorious Festival (UK) names
02.14.2019 + FEST Festival (Poland) & Flow Festival (Finland) acts
02.28.2019 + Fall In Love (Romania), Festival Forte (Portugal), MEO Sudoeste (Portugal), Wilderness (UK), Neopop (Portugal) & Untold Festival (Romania) names
03.05.2019 + New Horizons (Germany) & The Qontinent (Belgium) names
The list is the one that can be found here, but I cut out the names that Sziget already announced.
If you know / see any other interesting acts that are playing festivals / gigs in Europe in August, please comment here and we'll update the list with those names!
In this topic we can also discuss who would you want at Sziget or who do you think that will announce August dates in Europe, as there are some acts that are performing in June and July in Europe, but didn't announce any gigs for August yet, so you can expect some of those to join the Sziget lineup too!
Special thanks to: Koos_Armloos, thegreasycavemen, camdencrush, shakeshookshaken, Shameful_pleasure!
Here is the list:
  • 187 Strassenbande (08.15-17, Austria)
  • 3 Of Life (08.07-12, UK)
  • 65DaysOfStatic (08.15-17, UK)
  • 6lack (08.06-10, Portugal)
  • 30 Seconds to Mars (08.16-18, Germany) - will perform @ Budapest Park
  • A.A. Williams (08.15-17, UK)
  • Acid Arab (08.14-17, Portugal)
  • Act of Rage (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • A.D.H.S. (08.09-11, Germany)
  • Adaro (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • A Day to Remember (08.23-25, UK)
  • Adriatique (08.18-22, Croatia)
  • Adrenalize (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Adrenalized (08.02-03, Spain)
  • Afrojack (08.07-12, Spain)
  • Against the Current (08.23-25, UK)
  • Agar Agar (08.23-25, France)
  • Agoraphobia (08.02-03, Spain)
  • Agoria (08.16-18, Netherlands)
  • Ahzumjot (08.16-18, Germany)
  • Aiming for Enrique (08.15-17, UK)
  • Airboure (08.05, Germany)
  • Ajja (08.07-12, UK)
  • AJ Tracey (08.15-18, Romania)
  • AK/DK (08.15-17, UK)
  • Alborosie & Shengen Clan (08.07-12, UK)
  • Aldous Harding (08.15-18, UK)
  • Alice Phoebe Lou (08.14-17, Portugal)
  • Alice Russell (08.07-12, UK)
  • Alison Wonderland (08.15-17, Austria)
  • Alligatoah (08.15-17, Austria)
  • All Tvvins (08.02-04, Ireland)
  • Alle Farben (08.09-11, Germany)
  • Alpha Wann (08.23-25, France)
  • Altin Gun (08.22-24, France)
  • Alvvays (08.12, Italy-Sardinia)
  • Amadou & Mariam (08.15-18, UK)
  • Amelie Lens (08.09-11, Germany)
  • Amnesia Scanner (08.09-11, Finland)
  • Amplify (08.02-03, Spain)
  • Angernoizer (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Anhatema (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Anitta (08.06-10, Portugal)
  • Anna (08.09-11, Germany)
  • Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals (08.16-18, Netherlands)
  • Andrea Oliva (08.18-22, Croatia)
  • Andy Burrows (08.23-25, UK)
  • Andy C (08.24-25, UK)
  • Andy The Core (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Angerfist (08.07-12, Spain)
  • AniMe (08.07-12, Spain)
  • Anne-Marie (08.15-17, Austria) - will perform at Strand Festival in Hungary
  • AnnenMayKantereit (08.16-18, Germany)
  • Anime (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Antal (08.16-18, Netherlands)
  • Anthony Linell aka Abdulla Rashim (08.22-25, Portugal)
  • Anthrax (08.09-11, UK)
  • Antispin (08.07-12, UK)
  • Aphex Twin (08.23-25, France)
  • Apollonia (08.18-22, Croatia)
  • Ariana Grande (08.17, UK)
  • Armand van Helden (08.08-13, Croatia)
  • Armin Van Buuren (08.09-11, Germany) - will perform at Balaton Sound in Hungary
  • Artful Dodger (08.07-11, UK)
  • Artwork (08.07-11, UK)
  • A$ap Rocky (08.16-18, Netherlands)
  • ASG (08.02-03, Spain)
  • Ash (08.23-25, UK)
  • Asian Dub Foundation (08.07-12, UK)
  • Astrix (08.15-17, Austria)
  • At The Gates (08.07-12, UK)
  • Atari Teenage Riot (08.07-12, UK)
  • Atomic Zeros (08.02-03, Spain)
  • Atmozfears (08.21-25, Germany)
  • Atrip (08.21-25, Germany)
  • Aurora (08.16-18, Germany)
  • Avalon (08.07-12, UK)
  • Awkward Family Portraits (08.02-04, UK)
  • Azusa (08.15-17, UK)
  • Bad Company (08.07-12, UK)
  • Badly Drown Boy (08.23-25, UK)
  • Balthazar (08.14-17, Portugal)
  • Barely Legal (08.07-11, UK)
  • Basement Jaxx (08.24-25, UK)
  • Bass Chasers (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Bastards on Parade (08.02-03, Spain)
  • Bastille (08.23-25, UK) - will perform at Strand Festival in Hungary
  • Battles (08.15-17, UK)
  • B-Front (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • BCUC (08.07-12, UK)
  • Beans on Toast (08.07-12, UK)
  • Becky Hill (08.23-25, UK)
  • Bedouin Soundclash (08.07-12, UK)
  • Belle & Sebastian (08.12, Italy-Sardinia)
  • Ben Klock (08.18-22, Croatia)
  • Ben Sims (08.07-12, Spain)
  • Ben UFO (08.07-12, UK)
  • Berri Txarrak (08.02-03, Spain)
  • Bestien (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Bexey (08.23-25, UK)
  • Bianco White (08.01-04, UK)
  • Biffy Clyro (08.02-04, Ireland)
  • Bigbang (08.15-17, Norway)
  • Big Lad (08.15-17, UK)
  • Big Thief (08.06-10, Norway) - announced for Sziget on the 5th of March
  • Binh (08.18-22, Croatia)
  • Billie Eilish (08.23-25, UK)
  • Billy Jefferson (08.01-04, UK)
  • Birds in Row (08.15-17, UK)
  • Bizi, F & Sitoi (08.09-11, Finland)
  • Blackalicious (08.07-12, UK)
  • Black Honey (08.10-11, Romania)
  • Black Midi (08.06-10, Norway)
  • Black Peaks (08.07-12, UK)
  • Blackout Problems (08.16-18, Germany)
  • Blaenavon (08.23-25, UK)
  • Blank Rage (08.24, Netherlands)
  • Blaster (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Bloc Party (08.09, UK)
  • Blond (08.16-18, Germany)
  • Blood Orange (08.09-11, Finland)
  • Blossoms (08.23-25, UK)
  • Bloxx (08.23-25, UK)
  • Bodega (08.22-24, France)
  • Bog Rolling Stones (08.23-25, UK)
  • Bombay Bicycle Club (08.01-04, UK)
  • Bombskare (08.02-04, UK)
  • Bonez MC & Raf Camora (08.16-18, Germany)
  • Boogarins (08.14-17, Portugal)
  • Borgore (08.01-04, Romania)
  • Boris Brejcha (08.18-22, Croatia)
  • Bossk (08.15-17, UK)
  • Boston 168 (08.22-25, Portugal)
  • Bowling For Soup (08.23-25, UK)
  • Boy Azooga (08.07-11, UK)
  • Boys Noize (08.07-12, UK)
  • Bradley Zero (08.07-11, UK)
  • Brass Against (08.07-12, UK)
  • Breabach (08.07-12, UK)
  • Brennan Heart (08.21-25, Germany)
  • Bring Me The Horizon (08.23-25, France) - however unlikely because in 08.17-18 they're in Japan
  • Brohug (08.21-25, Germany)
  • Broken Element (08.21-25, Germany)
  • Broken Minds (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Broken Social Scene (08.15-18, UK) - announced for Sziget on the 5th of March
  • B.Traits (08.07-12, UK)
  • Bugzy Malone (08.07-11, UK)
  • Bullet For My Valentine (08-08-10, Germany) - gig in Budapest
  • Buzzcocks (08.12, Italy-Sardinia)
  • Caine (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Calvin Harris (08.09-11, Germany)
  • Camelphat (08.23-25, UK)
  • Camera Obscura (08.12, Italy-Sardinia)
  • Camo & Krooked (08.01-04, Romania)
  • Cancer Bats (08.07-12, UK)
  • Capital Bra (08.15-17, Austria)
  • Caravan Palace (08.01-04, UK)
  • Caravana Sun (08.07-11, UK)
  • Car Bomb (08.15-17, UK)
  • Cardi B (08.08-10, Sweden)
  • Carl Cox (08.07-12, UK)
  • Carolina Durante (08.02-03, Spain)
  • Carpenter Brut (08.15-17, Norway)
  • Car Seat Headrest (08.14-17, Portugal)
  • Casey Lowry (08.23-25, UK)
  • Caspian (08.15-17, UK)
  • Cattle (08.15-17, UK)
  • Cavetown (08.23-25, UK)
  • Cradle of Filth (08.09-11, UK)
  • Charli XCX (08.15-17, Austria)
  • Charlotte De Witte (08.09-11, Germany)
  • Charly Lownoise & Mental Theo (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Chase & Status DJ Set (08.24-25, UK)
  • Chasing Abbey (08.02-04, Ireland)
  • Chok Dee (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Choose 90s (08.23-25, UK)
  • Chris Liebing (08.18-22, Croatia)
  • Christinne (08.22-25, Portugal)
  • Children of Bodom (08.09-11, UK)
  • Chronixx (08.07-12, UK)
  • Cid (08.21-25, Germany)
  • Circa Waves (08.23-25, UK)
  • Circuits (08.07-12, UK)
  • Clairo (08.23-25, France)
  • Claptone (08.08-13, Croatia)
  • Clara Luciani (08.22-24, France)
  • Claude Vonstroke (08.07-11, UK)
  • Clean Bandit (08.23-25, UK)
  • Clockartz (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • CoCo and the Butterfields (08.02-04, UK)
  • Code Orange (08.09-11, UK)
  • Colonel Mustard & The Dijon Five (08.02-04, UK)
  • Comethazine (08.23-25, UK)
  • Connan Mockasin (08.14-17, Portugal)
  • Conjurer (08.15-17, UK)
  • Coone b2b Hard Driver (08.21-25, Germany)
  • Courtney Barnett (08.24, Netherlands)
  • Courtesy (08.16-18, Netherlands)
  • Crack Cloud (08.22-24, France)
  • Crissy Criss (08.07-11, UK)
  • Cro (08.16-18, Germany)
  • Crossfaith (08.07-12, UK)
  • Crucast (08.23-25, UK)
  • Crypton (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Crumb (08.14-17, Portugal)
  • Crypsis (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Cuebrick (08.21-25, Germany)
  • Cult of Luna (08.06-10, Norway)
  • Cupcakke (08.09-11, Finland)
  • Cykada (08.01-04, UK)
  • D-Attack (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Dam-Funk (08.08-10, Sweden)
  • Danko Jones (08.02-03, Spain)
  • Daniel Avery (08.18-22, Croatia)
  • Dark-E (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Darkzy (08.15-17, Austria)
  • Daughters (08.15-17, UK)
  • Dave Clarke (08.22-25, Portugal)
  • Davoodi (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • David Guetta (08.01-04, Romania)
  • Dax J (08.18-22, Croatia)
  • D-Block Europe (08.23-25, UK)
  • D-Sturb (08.21-25, Germany)
  • D-Fence (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Darkraver (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Da Tweekaz (08.21-25, Germany)
  • David Puentez (08.21-25, Germany)
  • Deadly Guns (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Deadmau5 (08.23-25, UK)
  • Deathroar (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Deerhunter (08.14-17, Portugal)
  • Deetox (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Degos & Re-done (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Def Toys (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Delete (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Demi Kanon (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Dense & PIKA (08.07-12, UK)
  • Denis Sulta (08.23-25, UK)
  • Dennis Ferrer (08.07-11, UK)
  • Denza (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Denzel Curry (08.16-18, Netherlands)
  • Dermot Kennedy (08.07-11, UK)
  • Derrick Carter (08.08-13, Croatia)
  • De Staat (08.15-18, Romania)
  • Destructive Tendencies (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Deterrent Man (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Devin Wild (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Di Carlo (08.07-12, Spain)
  • Dickster (08.07-12, UK)
  • Die Orsons (08.16-18, Germany)
  • Dimension (08.07-11, UK)
  • Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike (08.07-12, Spain) - will perform at Strand Festival
  • Dimmu Borgir (08.09-11, UK)
  • Dirty Phonics (08.07-12, Spain)
  • Disclosure DJ Set (08.31-09.01, Romania)
  • Dither (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Disciples (08.02-04, Ireland)
  • Distruction Boyz (08.23-25, UK)
  • Dizzee Rascal (08.07-11, UK)
  • Django Django (08.12, Italy-Sardinia)
  • DJ Batiste (08.07-12, Spain)
  • DJ Bone (08.07-12, UK)
  • DJ EZ (08.07-11, UK)
  • DJ Isaac (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • DJ Kristof (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • DJ Marta (08.07-12, Spain)
  • DJ Neil (08.07-12, Spain)
  • DJ Yoda (08.23-25, UK)
  • DJ Yves (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Dodgy (08.23-25, UK)
  • Don Diablo (08.09-11, Germany) - will perform at Balaton Sound
  • Dorian Paic (08.18-22, Croatia)
  • Doves (08.23-25, UK)
  • Drangsal (08.15-17, Austria)
  • Dreadzone (08.07-12, UK)
  • Dr. Peacock (08.07-12, UK)
  • Dr. Phunk (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Dr. Rude (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • DRS (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Drunken Masters (08.09-11, Germany)
  • Dub Phizix & Strategy (08.07-12, UK)
  • Dub Inc (08.16-18, Netherlands)
  • Durand Jones and the Indications (08.01-04, UK)
  • Dustin Hertz (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Dynoro (08.15-17, Austria)
  • Earl Sweatshirt (08.08-10, Sweden)
  • Earthling (08.07-12, UK)
  • Easy Life (08.07-11, UK)
  • Eats Everything (08.08-13, Croatia)
  • Echo & the Bunnymen (08.08, UK)
  • Ecstatic (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Eddy Hardcore (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Edx (08.21-25, Germany)
  • Eels (08.24, Netherlands)
  • E-Force (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • El Altar Del Holocausto (08.02-03, Spain)
  • Elbow (08-01-04, Germany)
  • Elephant Sessions (08.07-12, UK)
  • Eli Brown (08.07-11, UK)
  • Ellie Goulding (08.16-17, Norway)
  • Emphasis (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Eno (08.16-18, Germany)
  • Enrico Sangiuliano (08.18-22, Croatia)
  • Enter Shikari (08.16-18, Germany) - will perform at Akvarium Klub in Budapest
  • Eptic (08.21-25, Germany)
  • Eriksson Delcroix (08.24, Netherlands)
  • Erol Alkan (08.07-12, UK)
  • Eskei83 (08.09-11, Germany)
  • Evolver (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Extreme Noise Terror (08.07-12, UK)
  • Ezra Collective (08.06-10, Norway)
  • Faber (08.16-18, Germany)
  • Farao (08.06-10, Norway)
  • Fanatics (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Fatherson (08.23-25, UK)
  • Father John Misty (08.14-17, Portugal)
  • Fay Wildhagen (08.06-10, Norway)
  • F. Nøize (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Feet (08.07-11, UK)
  • Felix Krocher (08.09-11, Germany)
  • Fettes Brot (08.16-18, Germany)
  • Fight Clvb (08.21-25, Germany)
  • Fil Bo Riva (08.15-17, Austria)
  • First Breath After Coma (08.14-17, Portugal)
  • Fisher (08.23-25, UK)
  • Fixate (08.07-12, UK)
  • FKJ (08.16-18, Netherlands)
  • Flava D (08.07-11, UK)
  • Flavien Berger (08.22-24, France)
  • Fleetingwood Mac (08.23-25, UK)
  • Flobu (08.21-25, Germany)
  • Flohto (08.14-17, Portugal)
  • Floral (08.15-17, UK)
  • Foals (08.22-24, France)
  • Footworxx Militant Crew (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Forest Drive West (08.22-25, Portugal)
  • Four Tet (08.07-12, UK)
  • Franz Ferdinand (08.07-11, UK) - announced for Sziget on 02.12.2019
  • Freddy K (08.22-25, Portugal)
  • Fredo (08.23-25, UK)
  • Frequencerz (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Freya Ridings (08.01-04, UK)
  • Friction presents CONNECTIONS (08.24-25, UK)
  • Frontierer (08.15-17, UK)
  • Fun Box (08.02-04, UK)
  • Fun Lovin' Criminals (08.23-25, UK)
  • Gabrielle Aplin (08.07-11, UK)
  • Gasellit (08.09-11, Finland)
  • Gaudi (08.07-12, UK)
  • G-Eazy (08.15-17, Austria) - will perform at Balaton Sound
  • General Levy (08.07-12, UK)
  • Gestort Aber Geil (08.09-11, Germany)
  • George FitzGerald (08.01-04, UK)
  • Georgia (08.07-11, UK)
  • G Flip (08.23-25, UK)
  • Ghost (08.16, Austria)
  • Giggs (08.07-11, UK)
  • girl in red (08.15-17, Norway)
  • Giorgio Moroder (08.16-18, Netherlands)
  • Godflesh (08.07-12, UK)
  • Gogol Bordello (08.22-24, France)
  • Good Charlotte (08.08-10, Germany)
  • Good Riddance (08.14-16, Italy)
  • GosT (08.15-17, UK)
  • GPF (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Grace Carter (08.07-11, UK) - announced for Sziget on the 5th of March
  • Grace Petrie (08.07-12, UK)
  • Gregory Alan Isakov (08.15-17, Norway)
  • Grouch in Dub (08.07-12, UK)
  • Groove Armada (08.07-12, UK)
  • Gunna (08.23-25, UK)
  • Hak Baker (08.07-12, UK)
  • Hannah Wants (08.02-04, Ireland)
  • Hardbouncer (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Hard Driver (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Hard Effectz (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Hatred (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Hayley Kiyoko (08.23-25, UK)
  • Head Hunter (08.07-12, Spain)
  • Headhunterz (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Headie One (08.23-25, UK)
  • Hedex (08.15-17, Austria)
  • Heideroosjes (08.06, Belgium)
  • Helena Hauff (08.16-18, Netherlands)
  • Hellbillies (08.06-10, Norway)
  • Henrik! (08.09-11, Finland)
  • Henrik Schwarz (08.18-22, Croatia)
  • Hexcut (08.15-17, UK)
  • High Focus Takeover (08.07-12, UK)
  • Hinds (08.12, Italy-Sardinia)
  • Hockey Dad (08.23-25, UK)
  • Hockeysmith (08.07-11, UK)
  • Holiday Oscar (08.23-25, UK)
  • Hollywood (08.06-10, Norway)
  • Holy Goof (08.23-25, UK)
  • Honeyblood (08.12, Italy-Sardinia)
  • Honey Dijon (08.16-18, Netherlands)
  • Horse Meat Disco (08.08-13, Croatia)
  • House Gospel Choir (08.07-11, UK)
  • Hue & Cry (08.09, UK)
  • Hugel (08.15-17, Austria)
  • Hunee (08.16-18, Netherlands)
  • Hyrule War (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Ian Van Dahl (08.07-12, Spain)
  • Ibibio Sound Machine (08.07-11, UK)
  • I Don't Know How But They Found Me (08.16-18, Netherlands)
  • Ignite (08-06-09, Slovenia)
  • I Hate Models (08.18-22, Croatia)
  • Iisa (08.09-11, Finland)
  • Imperatorz (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Infected Mushroom (08.07-12, UK)
  • Invalids (08.15-17, UK)
  • Iseo & Dodosound (08.07-12, UK)
  • Israel Nash (08.24, Netherlands)
  • Ithaca (08.07-12, UK)
  • It It Anita (08.22-24, France)
  • J. Karjalainen (08.09-11, Finland)
  • Jaako Eino Kalevi (08.09-11, Finland)
  • James (08.15, UK)
  • James Arthur (08.01-04, Romania)
  • James Bay (08.23-25, UK)
  • James Blake (08.08-10, Sweden) - announced for Sziget on 02.12.2019
  • James Hype (08.24-25, UK)
  • Jamie Jones (08.18-22, Croatia)
  • Japanese Breakfast (08.12, Italy-Sardinia)
  • Jason Payne (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Javi Boss (08.07-12, Spain)
  • Jax Jones (08.07-11, UK) - announced for Sziget on the 5th of March
  • Jay Reeve (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Jeanne Added (08.22-24, France)
  • Jess Glynne (08.08, UK) - Balaton Sound
  • Jesse Markin (08.09-11, Finland)
  • JLV (08.21-25, Germany)
  • Joey Daniel (08.18-22, Croatia)
  • John Digweed (08.07-10, Portugal)
  • John Moreland (08.24, Netherlands)
  • Johnny Marr (08.10, UK) - announced for Sziget on the 5th of March
  • Joji (08.16-18, Netherlands)
  • Jonathan Wilson (08.06-10, Norway)
  • Jonathan Wilson (08.06-10, Norway)
  • Jon Hopkins (08.16-18, Netherlands)
  • Jose Conca (08.07-12, Spain)
  • Joseph Capriati (08.18-22, Croatia)
  • Jorja Smith (08.07-11, UK)
  • Joy Orbison (08.07-12, UK)
  • Jnxd (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • JP Cooper (08.15-18, Romania)
  • Juice WRLD (08.23-25, UK)
  • Juju (08.16-18, Germany)
  • Julien Baker (08.14-17, Portugal)
  • Jungle By Night (08.16-18, Netherlands)
  • Junkie Kid (08.21-25, Germany)
  • Kabaka Pyramid (08.07-12, UK)
  • Kadhja Bonet (08.06-10, Norway)
  • Kaiser Chiefs (08.02-03, Spain)
  • Kamaal Williams (08.14-17, Portugal)
  • Karpe (08.06-10, Norway)
  • Katakombi (08.09-11, Finland)
  • Kate Tempest (08.07-12, UK)
  • Kawala (08.01-04, UK)
  • Kelly Lee Owens (08.12, Italy-Sardinia)
  • Keltek (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Khruangbin (08.15-18, UK) - announced for Sziget on the 5th of March
  • Killerwatts (08.07-12, UK)
  • Killing Joke (08.07-12, UK)
  • KMPFSPRT (08.16-18, Germany)
  • Kobosil (08.18-22, Croatia)
  • Kodaline (08.15-17, Austria)
  • Kölsch (08.18-22, Croatia)
  • Kompromat (08.22-24, France)
  • Konstantin Sibold (08.18-22, Croatia)
  • Kontra K (08.09-11, Germany)
  • Korsakoff (08.07-12, Spain)
  • Kosheen with Sian Evans (08.07-12, UK)
  • Kovacs (08.31-09.01, Romania)
  • Kriz (08.22-25, Portugal)
  • Kronos (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Krowdexx (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Krystal Klear (08.14-17, Portugal)
  • Kvelertak (08.15-17, Norway)
  • Kylie Minogue (08.01, UK)
  • Kyrist (08.07-12, UK)
  • La Colonie de Vacances (08.22-24, France)
  • Lady Dammage (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Lady Leshurr (08.07-11, UK)
  • La Fleur (08.18-22, Croatia)
  • La Fuente (08.21-25, Germany)
  • La M.O.D.A. (08.02-03, Spain)
  • Lasgo (08.07-12, Spain)
  • Laurel (08.07-11, UK)
  • Le Boom (08.02-04, Ireland)
  • Leftover Crack (08.07-12, UK)
  • Lemaitre (08.15-17, Norway)
  • Len Flaki (08.18-22, Croatia)
  • Le Prince Miiaou (08.22-24, France)
  • Leroy Burgess Full Band (08.09-11, Finland)
  • Less Than Jake (08-06-09, Slovenia)
  • Lethal MG (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Letters From the Colony (08.15-17, UK)
  • LEVt (08.09-11, Germany)
  • Lewis Capaldi (08.07-11, UK)
  • Lexer (08.09-11, Germany)
  • Lexy & K-Paul (08.09-11, Germany)
  • Liam Gallagher (08.31-09.01, Romania)
  • Lil Baby (08.23-25, UK)
  • Lil Uzi Vert (08.23-25, UK)
  • Liquid Sould (08.07-12, UK)
  • Little Dragon (08.23-24, Poland)
  • Little Simz (08.15-17, Norway)
  • LLNN (08.15-17, UK)
  • Loathe (08.07-12, UK)
  • Lobotomy INC (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Loco Dice (08.18-22, Croatia)
  • Los Bengala (08.02-03, Spain)
  • Lost Frequencies (08.23-24, Poland) - will perform at VOLT
  • Lost Identity (08.21-25, Germany)
  • Lost in the Riots (08.15-17, UK)
  • Lotto Boyzz (08.15-17, Austria)
  • Loud Luxury (08.23-25, UK)
  • Louise Cole Big Band (08.23-25, France)
  • Low Island (08.01-04, UK)
  • Lowriderz (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Loyle Carner (08.16-18, Germany)
  • Lny Tmz (08.07-12, Spain)
  • LSB (08.07-12, UK)
  • Lucas (08.07-12, UK)
  • Luigi Madonna (08.18-22, Croatia)
  • Luis Bonias (08.07-12, Spain)
  • Lunakorpz (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Lysistrata (08.22-24, France)
  • Mabel (08.24-25, UK)
  • Maceo Plex (08.18-22, Croatia)
  • Macfloyd (08.02-04, UK)
  • Macklemore (08.15-17, Austria)
  • Mad Dog (08.07-12, Spain)
  • Madness (08.30, UK)
  • Magdalena (08.18-22, Croatia)
  • Maikel Delacalle (08.07-12, Spain)
  • Maissquille (08.07-12, UK)
  • Major Lazer (08.21-25, Germany)
  • Makaya McCraven (08.09-11, Finland)
  • Maksim MC (08.07-12, UK)
  • Malice (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Mall Grab (08.07-12, UK)
  • Mandala (08.07-12, UK)
  • Mandy (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Manudigital & LT Stitchie (08.07-12, UK)
  • Marc Rebillet (08.16-18, Netherlands)
  • Marcel Dettmann (08.16-18, Netherlands)
  • Marco Carola (08.18-22, Croatia)
  • Marcus Gad (08.07-12, UK)
  • Mark with A K (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Maricia Griffiths (08.07-12, UK)
  • Marika Rossa (08.09-11, Germany)
  • Marteria & Casper (08.09-11, Germany)
  • Martin Solveig (08.07-11, UK) - will perform at VOLT
  • Masked Intruder (08.14-16, Italy)
  • Mason Maynard (08.07-11, UK)
  • Materia (08.07-12, UK)
  • Matija (08.16-18, Germany)
  • Maustetitot (08.09-11, Finland)
  • Mayday Parade (08.16-18, Germany)
  • Mavi Phoenix (08.15-17, Austria)
  • Maxi Jazz (08.02-04, Ireland)
  • Maximo Park (08.01-04, Germany)
  • MC Alee (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • MC Chucky (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • MC Dash (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • MC DA Syndrome (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • MC DL (08.21-25, Germany)
  • MC Livid (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • MC RG (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Mefjus (08.07-12, UK)
  • Melé (08.07-11, UK)
  • Meshuggah (08.15-17, UK)
  • Metallica (08.16, Austria)
  • Meute (08.16-18, Germany)
  • Michael Franti & Spearhead (08.07-11, UK)
  • Michelle David & The Gospel Sessions (08.24, Netherlands)
  • Miss K8 (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Miss Puss (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Mitski (08.06-10, Norway)
  • MK (08.08-13, Croatia)
  • Modeselektor (08.09-11, Finland)
  • Mogwai (08.12, Italy-Sardinia)
  • Møl (08.15-17, UK)
  • Monolink (08.16-18, Germany)
  • Montreal (08.16-18, Germany)
  • Monsters of Liedermaching (08.16-18, Germany)
  • Moonlight Benjamin (08.16-18, Netherlands)
  • Mooving Oos (08.15-17, Norway)
  • Motorpsycho Med Venner (08.06-10, Norway)
  • Mr. Ivex (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Ms Banks (08.24-25, UK)
  • Ms. Dynamite (08.07-12, UK)
  • Ms. Lauryn Hill (08.07-12, UK)
  • Muff Potter (08.16-18, Germany)
  • Mura Masa (08.23-25, UK)
  • Murcof w/ Malo Lacroix (08.22-25, Portugal)
  • My Baby (08.16-18, Netherlands)
  • My Nu Leng & Dread MC (08.07-11, UK)
  • Myst (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Namdose (08.22-24, France)
  • Naaman (08.07-12, UK)
  • Napalm Death (08.07-12, UK)
  • Nathan Dave (08.07-11, UK)
  • Natty & The Rebel Ship (08.07-12, UK)
  • Ncrypta (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Neelix (08.15-17, Austria)
  • Neon Chambers (08.22-25, Portugal)
  • Neophyte (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Neneh Cherry (08.09-11, Finland)
  • New Order (08.14-17, Portugal)
  • Netsky (08.15-18, Romania)
  • Never Surrender (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • NERVO (08.15-17, Austria) - Balaton Sound
  • Nightmares On Wax (08.08-13, Croatia)
  • Nilufer Yanya (08.12, Italy-Sardinia)
  • Nina Kraviz (08.09-11, Germany)
  • Nitzer Ebb (08.09-11, Finland)
  • No Fun At All (08.02-03, Spain)
  • NOFX (08.06-09, Slovenia)
  • No Rome (08.16-25, UK)
  • Northern Lite (08.09-11, Germany)
  • Not3s (08.23-25, UK)
  • Nothing But Thieves (08.15-17, Austria)
  • Nothing, Nowhere (08.23-25, UK)
  • NSG (08.23-25, UK)
  • Nura (08.16-18, Germany)
  • N-Vitral (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Ocean Colour Scene (08.23-25, UK)
  • Ocean Wisdom (08.07-11, UK)
  • Octavian (08.23-25, UK)
  • Ogives Big Band (08.15-17, UK)
  • Oh my God! It's the Church (08.01-04, UK)
  • Oh Sees (08.22-24, France)
  • OK Kid (08.16-18, Germany)
  • Oktober Lieber (08.22-24, France)
  • Olafur Arnalds (08.01-04, UK)
  • Oliver Heldens (08.24-25, UK)
  • Oliver Koletzki (08.09-11, Germany)
  • Onkl P (08.15-17, Norway)
  • Ookay (08.21-25, Germany)
  • Oscar and the Wolf (08.11, Belgium)
  • Oscar Mulero (08.07-12, Spain)
  • Ostblockschlampen (08.09-11, Germany)
  • Outsiders (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Ozomatli feat. Chali 2NA (08.07-12, UK)
  • Paco Garcia (08.07-12, Spain)
  • Paco Osuna (08.07-12, Spain)
  • Panic (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Pan-Pot (08.18-22, Croatia)
  • Parkway Drive (08.06, Germany)
  • Partyraiser (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Pat B (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Patrick Topping & Richy Ahmed (08.18-22, Croatia)
  • Patti Smith (08.01, UK)
  • Paula Temple (08.09-11, Germany)
  • Peace (08.23-25, UK)
  • Pendulum DJ Set B2B Friction (08.01-04, Romania)
  • Pen Gutt (08.06-10, Norway)
  • Pennywise (08.07-12, UK)
  • Peralta (08.02-03, Spain)
  • Pete Murray (08.07-11, UK)
  • Pharoah Sanders Quartet (08.09-11, Finland)
  • Phase Fatale (08.22-25, Portugal)
  • Phuture Noize (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Pijn (08.15-17, UK)
  • Pish (08.16-18, Germany)
  • Pink (08.07, Denmark)
  • Plan B (08.24-25, UK)
  • Playboyz (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Polar Inertia (08.22-25, Portugal)
  • Polo & Pan (08.23-25, France) - announced for Sziget on the 5th of March
  • Pond (08.16-18, Netherlands)
  • Post Malone (08.23-25, UK) - announced for Sziget on 02.12.2019
  • Primal Scream (08.10, UK)
  • Primeshock (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Problem Central (08.07-11, UK)
  • Professor Green (08.23-25, UK)
  • Project One (08.21-25, Germany)
  • Prophets of Rage (08.15-17, Austria)
  • Prospa (08.07-11, UK)
  • Psyko Punkz (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Public Enemies (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Pulley (08.02-03, Spain)
  • Pup (08.14-16, Italy)
  • PVRIS (08.23-25, UK)
  • Pyhimys (08.09-11, Finland)
  • Qatja S (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Queensryche (08.09-11, UK)
  • Quintino (08.07-12, Spain)
  • Protoje & The Indiggnation (08.06-10, Norway) - announced for Sziget on 02.12.2019
  • Radical Redemption (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Rammstein (08.06, Latvia)
  • Ran-D (08.21-25, Germany)
  • Ransom (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Razika (08.06-10, Norway)
  • Razorlight (08.07-11, UK) - announced for Sziget on 02.12.2019
  • Rebekah (08.07-10, Portugal)
  • Rebelion (08.21-25, Germany)
  • Rebourne (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Reche & Recall (08.09-11, Germany)
  • Refuzion (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Regain (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Rejecta (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Rels B (08.07-12, Spain)
  • Republica (08.23-25, UK)
  • Requiem (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Restrained (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Retrospect (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Retrovision (08.21-25, Germany)
  • Rex Orange County (08.08-10, Sweden)
  • Rhys Fulber (08.22-25, Portugal)
  • Rhythmnreel (08.02-04, UK)
  • Ricardo Villalobos (08.18-22, Croatia)
  • Richard Thompson (08.15-18, UK)
  • Richie Hawtin (08.18-22, Croatia) - announced for Sziget on 02.12.2019
  • Rikas (08.16-18, Germany)
  • Rionnagan Rois (08.02-04, UK)
  • Riot Shift (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Robyn (08.06-10, Norway)
  • Rødhåd (08.18-22, Croatia)
  • Roger Sanchez (08.08-13, Croatia)
  • Rogers (08.16-18, Germany)
  • Romare (DJ Set) (08.14-17, Portugal)
  • Ronald V (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Rond (08.06-10, Norway)
  • Ronnie Flex & Deuxperience (08.16-18, Netherlands)
  • Rooler (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Ross From Friends (08.07-11, UK)
  • Royal Blood (08.16-18, Netherlands)
  • Rudimental DJ Set (08.15-17, Austria) - Balaton Sound
  • Rudimental live (08.23-25, UK)
  • Rusko (08.01-04, Romania)
  • Russ (08.06-10, Portugal)
  • Russkaja (08.07-11, Germany)
  • Ruthless (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Ruusut (08.09-11, Finland)
  • Rvage (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Ryan McMullan (08.02-04, Ireland)
  • Sabaton (08.09-11, UK)
  • Salt-N-Pepa (08.07-12, UK)
  • Salvatore Ganacci (08.15-17, Austria)
  • Sama' (08.07-12, UK)
  • Sam Fender (08.07-11, UK)
  • Sam Paganini (08.09-11, Germany)
  • Sandy Warez (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • San Salvador (08.07-12, UK)
  • Sasasas (08.15-17, Austria)
  • Scorpions (08.09-11, UK)
  • Sea Girls (08.07-11, UK)
  • Sefa (08.21-25, Germany)
  • Seinabo Sey (08.08-10, Sweden)
  • Sekula (08.21-25, Germany)
  • Sei2ure (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Self Esteem (08.07-11, UK)
  • Sephyxx (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Seth Lakeman (08.07-12, UK)
  • Seth Troxler (08.18-22, Croatia)
  • Sevana & Jada Kingdom & Naomi Cowan (08.07-12, UK)
  • Shacke One (08.16-18, Germany)
  • Sharon Van Etten (08.15-18, UK)
  • SHDW & Obscure Shape (08.18-22, Croatia)
  • She Drew the Gun (08.07-12, UK)
  • Shy FX (08.24-25, UK)
  • Siberian Meat Grinder (08.07-12, UK)
  • Sick Of It All (08.14-16, Italy)
  • Side Chick (08.02-03, Spain)
  • Sigma (08.24-25, UK)
  • Sigrid (08.06-10, Norway)
  • Sister Nancy & Legal Shot (08.07-12, UK)
  • Sithu Aye (08.15-17, UK)
  • Skegss (08.16-18, Germany)
  • Skream (08.07-12, UK)
  • Slaves (08.16-18, Netherlands)
  • Slayer (08.03, Germany) - will perform at Budapest Arena
  • Sleaford Mods (08.07-11, UK)
  • Slowthai (08.06-10, Norway)
  • Slushii (08.15-17, Austria)
  • Soak (08.07-11, UK)
  • Sofa (08.09-11, Finland)
  • Solomun (08.18-22, Croatia)
  • Sonja Moonear (08.18-22, Croatia)
  • Sookee (08.15-17, Austria)
  • Sound Rush (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Southsea Alternative Choir (08.23-25, UK)
  • Spiritualized (08.14-17, Portugal)
  • Starsailor (08.23-25, UK)
  • Stefflon Don (08.23-25, UK)
  • Stephan Bodzin (08.09-11, Germany)
  • Sting (08.01, France) - will perform at Budapest Arena
  • Skeggs (08.07-11, UK)
  • Skerryvore (08.02-04, UK)
  • Skinny Lister (08.07-12, UK)
  • Skream (08.07-12, UK)
  • Slaves (08.07-12, UK)
  • Slowthai (08.07-12, UK)
  • Sonic Species (08.07-12, UK)
  • Sound Rush (08.21-25, Germany)
  • Spag Heddy (08.21-25, Germany)
  • Spitnoise (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Sprinky (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Spurv (08.06-10, Norway)
  • Stadium X (08.21-25, Germany)
  • Standards (08.15-17, UK)
  • Stella Donnelly (08.07-12, UK)
  • Stereolab (08.15-18, UK)
  • Steve Aoki (08.06-10, Portugal)
  • Stormzy (08.08-10, Sweden)
  • Stylo G (08.07-12, UK)
  • Sub Focus DJ Set (08.15-17, Austria)
  • Sub Zero Project (08.21-25, Germany)
  • Sugar Horse (08.15-17, UK)
  • Sugus (08.02-03, Spain)
  • Sundara Karma (08.23-25, UK)
  • Sunrise Avenue (08.15-17, Austria)
  • Surgeon (08.07-10, Portugal)
  • Sven Väth (08.09-11, Germany)
  • Submotion Orchestra (08.07-12, UK)
  • Super Cat (08.07-12, UK)
  • System Overload (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Svetlanas (08.07-12, UK)
  • Swedish House Mafia (08.15-17, Austria)
  • Switch: Hype & Hazard (08.24-25, UK)
  • Talco (08.16-18, Germany)
  • Tale of Us (08.18-22, Croatia)
  • Tame Impala (08.09-11, Finland)
  • Tender (08.10-11, Romania)
  • Ten Tones (08.16-25, UK)
  • Terrorclown (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Tesseract (08.09-11, UK)
  • Tha Playah (08.07-12, Spain)
  • Thea Hjelmeland (08.06-10, Norway)
  • The Algorithm (08.15-17, UK)
  • The Amazons (08.23-25, UK)
  • The Baboon Show (08.02-03, Spain)
  • The Black Queen (08.15-17, UK)
  • The Black Seeds (08.07-12, UK)
  • The Breath (08.07-12, UK)
  • The Burgess (08.23-25, UK)
  • The Charlatans (08-01-04, Germany)
  • The Chats (08.16-18, Germany)
  • The Chemical Brothers (08.24, UK)
  • The Contortionist (08.15-17, UK)
  • The Courteeners (08.16, UK)
  • The Cure (08.06-10, Norway)
  • The Damned (08.06, Belgium)
  • The Dangleberries (08.02-04, UK)
  • The Dark Horror (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • The Darkness (08.10-11, Iceland)
  • The Distillers (08.23-25, UK)
  • The Dunwells (08.07-11, UK)
  • The Frank & Walters (08.02-04, Ireland)
  • The Futureheads (08.23-25, UK)
  • The Good, The Bad & The Queen (08.15, Luxembourg)
  • The Grand East (08.24, Netherlands)
  • The Hives (08.23-25, UK)
  • The Holy (08.09-11, Finland)
  • The Human League (08.03, UK)
  • The Hunna (08.23-25, UK)
  • The Inspector Cluzo (08.22-24, France)
  • The Japanese House (08.23-25, UK)
  • The Joy Formidable (08.16, UK)
  • The Lizards (08.02-03, Spain)
  • The Magic Gang (08.07-11, UK)
  • The Maine (08.23-25, UK)
  • The Melodyst (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • The National (08.10-11, Romania) - announced for Sziget on the 5th of March
  • The Night Cafe (08.23-25, UK)
  • The Ocean (08.06-10, Norway)
  • The Offspring (08.08-10, Germany)
  • The Pearl Hearts (08.23-25, UK)
  • The Physics House Band (08.15-17, UK)
  • The Poozies (08.02-04, UK)
  • The Prodigy (08.16-18, Germany)
  • The Prototypes (08.15-17, Austria)
  • The Psychotic Monks (08.22-24, France)
  • Therapy? (08.07-12, UK)
  • The Restarts (08.07-12, UK)
  • The Rifles (08.23-25, UK)
  • The Satan (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • The Selecter (08.02-04, UK)
  • The Sensational David Bowie Band (08.02-04, UK)
  • The September When (08.16-17, Norway)
  • The Sherlocks (08.23-25, UK)
  • The Sickest Squad (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • The Silver Beatles (08.23-25, UK)
  • The Specials (08.23-25, UK)
  • The Speed Freaks (08.07-12, UK)
  • The Story So Far (08.16-18, Germany)
  • The Streets (08.16-18, Netherlands)
  • The Twang (08.23-25, UK)
  • The Twilight Sad (08.16-25, UK)
  • The Undertones (08.02-04, Ireland)
  • The Vaccines (08.23-25, UK)
  • The Wombats (08.23-25, UK)
  • The Zutons (08.23-25, UK)
  • This Is Lovksi (08.16-18, Netherlands)
  • This Is The Kit (08.07-12, UK)
  • Thomas Azier (08.16-18, Netherlands)
  • Three Trapped Tigers (08.15-17, UK)
  • Thyron (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Tinie Tempah (08.24-25, UK)
  • Timmy Trumpet (08/09/11, Germany) - will perform at Balaton Sound
  • Tokyo Machine (08.15-17, Austria)
  • Tom Grennan (08.23-25, UK)
  • Tom McGuire & The Brassholes (08.02-04, UK)
  • Tom Odell (08.02-04, UK) - announced for Sziget on the 5th of March
  • Torridon (08.02-04, UK)
  • TQD (08.24-25, UK)
  • TR-101 (08.22-25, Portugal)
  • Tracyanne & Danny (08.12, Italy-Sardinia)
  • Trespassed (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Trettmann (08.15-17, Austria)
  • Triggerfinger (08.15-18, Romania)
  • Turbobier (08.15-17, Austria)
  • Turnstile (08.15-17, Norway)
  • Tyler Childers (08.24, Netherlands)
  • Twin Atlantic (08.16-25, UK)
  • Twinx (08.21-25, Germany)
  • Twisted Wheel (08.23-25, UK)
  • Two Door Cinema Club (08.23-25, UK)
  • Two Feet (08.16-18, Germany)
  • UB40 feat. Ali Campbell & Astro (08.07-12, UK)
  • UFO361 (08.15-17, Austria)
  • Underworld (08.07-10, Portugal)
  • Unge Ferrari (08.06-10, Norway)
  • Unresolved (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Upsammy (08.08-10, Sweden)
  • Valentino Kahn (08.21-25, Germany)
  • Valentino Kanzyani (08.18-22, Croatia)
  • Valentourettes (08.15-17, Norway)
  • Victor Ruiz (08.09-11, Germany)
  • Villain (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • Ville Vallo & Agents (08.09-11, Finland)
  • Virkelig (08.15-17, Norway)
  • Vitalic pres. Dima live (08.23-24, Poland)
  • Vitor Kley (08.06-10, Portugal)
  • Voigtmann (08.18-22, Croatia)
  • Voronoi (08.15-17, UK)
  • Warface (08.21-25, Germany)
  • Weiss (08.07-11, UK)
  • Weval (08.16-18, Netherlands)
  • Whitney (08.15-17, Norway)
  • Whyte Horses (08.12, Italy-Sardinia)
  • Wild Cat Strike (08.15-17, UK)
  • Wild Youth (08.02-04, Ireland)
  • Wiley (08.24-25, UK)
  • Wilkinson (08.07-11, UK)
  • Will Varley (08.23-25, UK)
  • Willem (08.16-18, Netherlands)
  • Willis Drummond (08.02-03, Spain)
  • Window Kid (08.07-11, UK)
  • Wiwek (08.07-12, Spain)
  • Wretch 32 (08.24-25, UK)
  • Wu-Tang Clan (08.23-24, Poland)
  • W&W (08.15-17, Austria) - announced for Sziget on 02.12.2019
  • Xavier Rudd (08.07-12, UK) - announced for Sziget on 02.12.2019
  • Yazmin Lacey (08.07-12, UK)
  • Yeasayer (08.15-17, Norway) - announced for Sziget on 02.12.2019
  • Yellow Days (08.14-17, Portugal) - announced for Sziget on 02.12.2019
  • Yoshiko (08.09-11, Belgium)
  • You Me At Six (08.16-25, UK)
  • Yung Hurn (08.16-18, Germany)
  • Yungen (08.24-25, UK)
  • Yves Tumor (08.09-11, Finland)
  • Zara Larsson (08.08-10, Sweden)
  • Zetazen (08.07-12, Spain)
  • Ziggy Marley (08.16-18, Netherlands) - playing at Budapest Park
  • Zip (08.18-22, Croatia)
  • Zonderling (08.21-25, Germany)
Highly unlikely names:
  • The Chainsmokers
  • Tiesto
  • J Balvin
  • Nicky Romero
  • Tchami x Malaa
  • Sofi Tukker
  • Jauz
  • Deorro
  • Vinai
  • Dubfire
  • Martin Jensen
  • DJ Snake
  • Future
  • Marshmello
  • Paul Kalkbrenner
  • Hernan Cattaneo
  • Killy
  • Will Sparks
  • Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano
(the above will perform at Balaton Sound)
  • Slipknot
  • Slash
  • Parov Stelar
  • Robin Schulz
  • LP
  • Black Eyed Peas
  • Papa Roach
  • Cypress Hill
  • Martin Solveig
  • Lost Frequencies
  • Jan Blomqvist & Band
  • Kruder & Dorfmeister
  • Nouvelle Vague
  • Deladap
  • Ugly Kid Joe
  • Amaranthe
  • Next Level pres: Habstrakt
  • Bladerunnaz 20: Friction + THE PROTOTYPES
(the above will perform at VOLT Festival)
  • John Newman
(the above will play at Strand Festival)
  • The National
  • Mura Masa
  • Tom Odell
  • Johnny Marr
  • Big Thief
  • Honne
  • David August
  • Broken Social Scene
  • Coheed and Cambria
  • Jax Jones
  • Sonny Fodera
  • Polo & Pan
  • Khruangbin
  • Black Mountain
  • Grace Carter
  • Ocean Alley
  • Burak Yeter
  • Post Malone
  • Franz Ferdinand
  • James Blake
  • Years & Years
  • Tove Lo
  • Razorlight
  • Son Lux
  • Richie Hawtin
  • Jain
  • Yeasayer
  • Yellow Days
  • Tove Styrke
  • Masego
  • Protoje & The Indiggnation
  • Xavier Rudd
  • Wanda
  • W&W
  • Vini Vici
  • Carnage
  • Sigala
  • Hucci
  • Elderbrook
  • Roosevelt
  • Anna of The North
  • Fakear
  • Valeras
  • Welshly Arms
  • Foo Fighters
  • Florence + The Machine
  • Twenty One Pilots
  • The 1975
  • Martin Garrix
  • Richard Ashcroft
  • Catfish & The Bottlemen
  • Kodaline
  • Chvrches
  • Jungle
  • The Blaze
  • Maribou State
  • Parcels
  • Superorganism
  • Pale Waves
  • Boy Pablo
  • Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls
  • Alma
  • Gang Of Youths
  • Of Mice & Men
  • Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes
  • Yungblud
  • Tamino
  • Ed Sheeran
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2018.08.22 08:44 subreddit_stats Subreddit Stats: popheads top posts from 2017-08-21 to 2018-08-21 03:26 PDT

Period: 364.52 days
Submissions Comments
Total 1000 96641
Rate (per day) 2.74 264.31
Unique Redditors 444 9635
Combined Score 358413 2444377

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 13704 points, 40 submissions: impeccabletim
    1. [FRESH] Taylor Swift - Gorgeous (985 points, 761 comments)
    2. [FRESH VIDEO] Camila Cabello - Havana (feat. Young Thug) (825 points, 254 comments)
    3. [FRESH VIDEO] Carly Rae Jepsen - Cut to the Feeling (616 points, 135 comments)
    4. Demi Lovato releases official statement and is now focusing on sobriety & healing (592 points, 41 comments)
    5. Robyn - Missing U (435 points, 100 comments)
    6. Allie X thanks popheads for her 2017 Album of the Year write up by u/bwc222 (432 points, 50 comments)
    7. [FRESH] Calvin Harris & Dua Lipa - One Kiss (429 points, 99 comments)
    8. [FRESH VIDEO] Katy Perry - Swish Swish (feat. Nicki Minaj) (424 points, 268 comments)
    9. [FRESH] Eminem - Walk On Water (feat. Beyonce) (415 points, 290 comments)
    10. [FRESH] Lorde - Homemade Dynamite Remix (feat. Khalid, Post Malone & SZA) (392 points, 155 comments)
  2. 13636 points, 42 submissions: Me-Luigi
    1. Nicki Minaj's 'Queen' Rollout Reeks Of Desperation And Hypocrisy (791 points, 370 comments)
    2. Spotify Now Displays Songwriter Credits (632 points, 66 comments)
    3. YouTube just added songwriter, label and publisher credits to millions of songs (574 points, 48 comments)
    4. [FRESH] Nicki Minaj - Chun-Li (483 points, 62 comments)
    5. Beyonce confirmed for The Lion King 2019 (445 points, 83 comments)
    6. Rita Ora called for a minute of silence at 538 Koningsdag before performing Lonely Together for the first time since Avicii passed (442 points, 2 comments)
    7. Nicki Minaj tweets and deletes “3”, continuing the countdown she started yesterday (420 points, 53 comments)
    8. BloodPop hints that a collaboration between Lady Gaga and SOPHIE is happening (410 points, 92 comments)
    9. "I Like It" reaches #1 in the US (395 points, 211 comments)
    10. Nicki Minaj feat. Ariana Grande - Bed (393 points, 149 comments)
  3. 7264 points, 22 submissions: sapphire1921
    1. American Idiot by Green Day hits UK charts ahead of Trump visit. (786 points, 108 comments)
    2. ABBA to release new music for first time in 35 years!! (2 new songs) (684 points, 75 comments)
    3. Lady Gaga makes history as the first female performer to headline Wrigley field (sold out, 41k) (556 points, 44 comments)
    4. All of Australia will be singing 'Untouched' by The Veronica's at once (August 4, yes it's a legit event) (449 points, 39 comments)
    5. Joanne World Tour is officially the highest grossing female tour of 2017 (75.6M so far) (385 points, 43 comments)
    6. Carly Rae spills more details on 'CRJ4' (New Yorker Festival) (327 points, 54 comments)
    7. Dua Lipa looks set to record the next Bond Theme. (Ed Sheeran & Jessie J also in the running) (320 points, 127 comments)
    8. Lorde's 'Supercut' will be sent to Australian radio this week (new single) (311 points, 31 comments)
    9. All Aboooard!!!... Carly Jepsen to perform on cruise ship (win tickets) (308 points, 77 comments)
    10. Carly has already written 75 songs for the new album, and held multiple listening parties. (Japan Radio) (305 points, 94 comments)
  4. 6623 points, 16 submissions: shabuluba
    1. Publicist for Aretha Franklin says the Queen of Soul died Thursday at her home in Detroit. (1347 points, 121 comments)
    2. HDD: Ariana Grande will drop the first single from her next album on April 27 (666 points, 128 comments)
    3. Spotify will no longer feature R. Kelly's music in editorial or algorithmic playlists (641 points, 179 comments)
    4. Hayley Williams on Mental Health: 'I Didn't Laugh For a Long Time' (457 points, 21 comments)
    5. Janelle Monáe - Dirty Computer [Trailer] (387 points, 63 comments)
    6. Coachella's first weekend will be streamed live on YouTube again. 74 artists, including Beyoncé, confirmed so far. (381 points, 25 comments)
    7. Kendrick Lamar has been awarded the 2018 Pulitzer Prize in Music for 'DAMN.' (348 points, 45 comments)
    8. Rihanna plans to make a reggae album (301 points, 54 comments)
    9. [ARTICLE] How Janelle Monáe Found Her Voice: After hiding behind an alter ego for years, the pop star is ready to step into a more authentic self with “Dirty Computer.” (293 points, 41 comments)
    10. [FRESH] Janelle Monáe - Make Me Feel (291 points, 15 comments)
  5. 6450 points, 16 submissions: claudiolemos
    1. Lorde: “In the next 5 years I want to entirely do a record, everything. Write it completely myself, produce it.” (1041 points, 202 comments)
    2. Carly Rae Jepsen registered a new single called "Play It On Repeat". Probably being released after Dec 8 performance on Jimmy Kimmel. (605 points, 62 comments)
    3. Taylor is on the cover of TIME's Person of The Year: The Silence Breakers (482 points, 170 comments)
    4. BTS Earns First No. 1 Album on Billboard 200 Chart With 'Love Yourself: Tear' (475 points, 141 comments)
    5. ...Ready For It? MV coming Thursday (429 points, 253 comments)
    6. The Yodeling Walmart kid will perform at Coachella alongside Post Malone (406 points, 83 comments)
    7. [DISCUSSION] Kim Petras on Dr. Luke: "I would like my fans to know that I wouldn’t work with somebody I believe to be an abuser of women" (368 points, 233 comments)
    8. Dua Lipa is the SNL musical guest on February 3 (360 points, 63 comments)
    9. Charli XCX - 5 In The Morning (354 points, 41 comments)
    10. Christina Aguilera just changed her social media layout. New era incoming! (335 points, 63 comments)
  6. 5949 points, 19 submissions: ThereIsNoSantaClaus
    1. Childish Gambino - This is America (681 points, 141 comments)
    2. Cardi B 'Moves' to No. 1 on Billboard Hot 100 With 'Bodak Yellow', Post Malone Debuts at No. 2 With 'Rockstar' (554 points, 441 comments)
    3. Owl City will be joining us for an AMA on June 1st! (444 points, 136 comments)
    4. [FRESH VIDEO] Troye Sivan - My My My (389 points, 184 comments)
    5. Kanye West has returned to Twitter and is currently removing his entire tweet history. (346 points, 83 comments)
    6. new Cupcakke album 'Ephorize' coming January 5th (310 points, 68 comments)
    7. Tom Petty Found Unconscious in Full Cardiac Arrest (304 points, 29 comments)
    8. Radiohead's publishers say no lawsuit has been issued against Lana Del Rey and that they never asked for 100% of the publishing, only to be credited as writers. (301 points, 106 comments)
    9. AMA Announcement: MØ will be joining us tomorrow at 1PM EST!! (292 points, 41 comments)
    10. Kanye West & Kid Cudi - Kids See Ghosts (282 points, 100 comments)
  7. 5427 points, 11 submissions: JunkyGS
    1. [Fresh] Lorde - Run Away With Me (Carly Rae Jepsen Cover) (1529 points, 196 comments)
    2. Pitchfork: Nicki Minaj, 6ix9ine, and the Alarming Normalization of Predatory Behavior (737 points, 176 comments)
    3. Rihanna calls Snapchat out on Posting an Ad that Jokes about Domestic Abuse (698 points, 118 comments)
    4. Aretha Franklin Reportedly in “Gravely ill” Condition (559 points, 28 comments)
    5. Kendrick Lamar Can’t get a Pass for Supporting XXXtentacion (472 points, 117 comments)
    6. Kelly Clarkson Gave Up Millions in Royalities Because She Did Not Want Her Name Next to Dr. Luke's (370 points, 52 comments)
    7. [Discussion] When Did Feminism Become a Job Requirement for Female Pop Stars? (247 points, 115 comments)
    8. Bon Iver Rants about Grammy and Defends Lorde (211 points, 50 comments)
    9. All 3 of Reputation’s Singles make the Top 5 of Biggest Drop Offs in Spins in Pop Radio History (204 points, 176 comments)
    10. Lily Allen Embraces Her Spiral: “I’m sure this album will be a commercial disaster” (203 points, 14 comments)
  8. 4925 points, 12 submissions: mokitsu
    1. Lorde and her family receive a Diamond plaque for "Royals" (1009 points, 72 comments)
    2. [DISCUSSION] Melanie Martinez is being accused of rape.... (875 points, 500 comments)
    3. Carly changes IG bio - "When you move it's like a disco darling" - possible hint? (734 points, 109 comments)
    4. VMAs ratings sink: almost 50% of viewers gone in three years, down by more than a million from last year! (310 points, 101 comments)
    5. Complex reveals Kendrick and The Weeknd will have a collab on the Black Panther soundtrack (307 points, 23 comments)
    6. Nicki Minaj confirms collaboration with Cardi B and Migos (278 points, 77 comments)
    7. "Despacito" by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee becomes the first latin song to be certified diamond (257 points, 49 comments)
    8. [ARTICLE] Apple Music on Track to Overtake Spotify in U.S. Subscribers (248 points, 127 comments)
    9. [ARTICLE] Bjork Speaks Up About Sexual Harassment Experience (231 points, 27 comments)
    10. Beyonce becomes the first woman to have three albums with over 1 Billion streams on Spotify (227 points, 33 comments)
  9. 4468 points, 16 submissions: Piccprincess
    1. [DISCUSSION] It's official. "Look What You Made Me Do" just broke Adele's record for most views in the first 24 hours on a YouTube video. (650 points, 293 comments)
    2. 2017 Album of the Year #32: Taylor Swift - reputation (331 points, 83 comments)
    3. Calls To National Suicide Prevention Line Tripled After Logic's Grammy Performance (315 points, 26 comments)
    4. Charli teases release of new song on instagram (310 points, 20 comments)
    5. Taylor Swift's Reputation Stadium Tour Opening Night (308 points, 386 comments)
    6. Kesha's tour has completely sold out! (280 points, 34 comments)
    7. LWYMMD breaks Hello's record for fastest Vevo certified music video (100 million views) (273 points, 53 comments)
    8. Lady Gaga's Super Bowl halftime show won an Emmy! (269 points, 36 comments)
    9. DJ who groped Taylor Swift gets new job in country radio under a pen name (241 points, 65 comments)
    10. Fake Happy is Paramore's next single (236 points, 34 comments)
  10. 4455 points, 2 submissions: GoWestYoungKanye
    1. Lorde isn't performing at the Grammys because she wasn't allowed to perform by herself, while all of her male AotY counterparts were offered solo spots (Variety) (2454 points, 316 comments)
    2. you can predict whether a year was good based on whether or not pitbull charted in the top 40 with a song not with lil jon that year (2001 points, 123 comments)
  11. 4348 points, 10 submissions: swiftawaywithme
    1. [FRESH VIDEO] Taylor Swift - Delicate (804 points, 487 comments)
    2. Taylor Swift announces Camila Cabello and Charli XCX to be the opening acts on the reputation Stadium Tour (752 points, 170 comments)
    3. [FRESH VIDEO] Dua Lipa - IDGAF (610 points, 156 comments)
    4. [FRESH VIDEO] Taylor Swift - End Game (feat. Ed Sheeran & Future) (573 points, 314 comments)
    5. Homemade Dynamite Remix ft. Khalid, Post Malone & SZA tomorrow! (375 points, 128 comments)
    6. Drake Claims 7 of Hot 100's Top 10, Breaking the Beatles' Record, As 'Nice For What' Returns to No. 1 For Eighth Week (332 points, 272 comments)
    7. [FRESH PERFORMANCE] Taylor Swift - ...Ready For It? (Live on SNL) (266 points, 137 comments)
    8. Drake Dethrones Drake Atop Billboard Hot 100 as 'In My Feelings' Replaces 'Nice for What' at No. 1 (228 points, 145 comments)
    9. Never Be The Same video this Thursday (216 points, 34 comments)
    10. Cardi B, Bad Bunny & J Balvin's 'I Like It' Vying for No. 1 on Billboard Hot 100 Next Week (192 points, 91 comments)
  12. 4195 points, 10 submissions: MashLuke
    1. SOPHIE - OIL OF EVERY PEARL'S UN-INSIDES (588 points, 256 comments)
    2. [FRESH ALBUM] Charli XCX - Pop 2 (577 points, 207 comments)
    3. Lorde's album 'Melodrama' was actually hung in the Louvre (569 points, 66 comments)
    4. American Boy by Estelle featuring Kanye West came out 10 years ago! (510 points, 63 comments)
    5. [FRESH] Rita Ora ft. Cardi B, Bebe Rexha & Charli XCX - Girls (452 points, 193 comments)
    6. 2192 women sign an open letter against abuse in the Swedish music industry. Zara Larsson, Robyn and Tove Lo are a few of the women who have signed. (413 points, 86 comments)
    7. popheads_irl (336 points, 26 comments)
    8. [DISCUSSION] Zedd released "Clarity" 5 years ago! (277 points, 58 comments)
    9. [FRESH ALBUM] Kali Uchis - Isolation (240 points, 66 comments)
    10. [DISCUSSION] Charli XCX might be directing a music video with a similar concept to "Boys" for Rita Ora's upcoming song, "Girls" (233 points, 41 comments)
  13. 3501 points, 11 submissions: VodkaInsipido
    1. Tyler the Creator says he is making a pop album next. (537 points, 40 comments)
    2. So ummm... NICK JONAS COMMENTED IN OUR SUB FOR GQ. (363 points, 94 comments)
    3. Kim Kardashian confirms Kanye West rapped for a terminally ill fan before their death. (362 points, 84 comments)
    4. Kendrick Lamar and Frank Ocean/Kanye West might be in the studio together. (338 points, 36 comments)
    5. [FRESH] The Popheads Magazine, Issue 1. (320 points, 71 comments)
    6. Björk's label speaks up about the physical abuse she received from Lars Von Trier. (318 points, 19 comments)
    7. Nicki Minaj had to convince Kanye West to keep Monster on My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy. (315 points, 103 comments)
    8. I listened for the first time, rated and ranked all of Madonna's 13 studio albums: here are my thoughts on them. (286 points, 74 comments)
    9. Robyn says her new album will come out 'some time this year'. (234 points, 33 comments)
    10. Janet Jackson opens show with video denouncing white supremacy and domestic terrorism. (228 points, 37 comments)
  14. 3268 points, 8 submissions: schoolboy43
    1. Camera man behind Beyoncé's Coachella performance: "She's the hardest working artist I think that I've ever seen" (634 points, 82 comments)
    2. This is 17-year-old Avicii in 2007 asking people in a forum if they liked his music. This one hurts. (619 points, 23 comments)
    3. The Guardian gives Beyoncé's Coachella performance 5 stars: "Beyoncé is in a league of her own. She is the greatest of a generation." (512 points, 210 comments)
    4. Despacito (with 5B views) has been removed from YouTube by hackers (449 points, 95 comments)
    5. [THROWBACK] Britney Spears' iconic 2000 VMA performance has been posted in HD on YouTube. (390 points, 70 comments)
    6. Ariana Grande's manager confirms new music this Friday (264 points, 40 comments)
    7. Troye Sivan - Dance to This ft. Ariana Grande will be a mellow dance track. (205 points, 17 comments)
    8. Ariana Grande updates her social media (195 points, 14 comments)
  15. 3184 points, 5 submissions: InfernalSolstice
    1. For every upvote this gets, Shape of You drops 1 spot on the All-Time Billboard charts (1793 points, 43 comments)
    2. Ariana Grande - The Light is Coming (feat. Nicki Minaj) (491 points, 624 comments)
    3. Troye Sivan - Dance for This (feat. Ariana Grande) (433 points, 233 comments)
    4. Justin Timberlake & Janet Jackson To Headline 2018 Super Bowl Halftime Show (246 points, 51 comments)
    5. Jordan Feldstein, Maroon 5 Manager, Dies at 40 (221 points, 39 comments)
  16. 3035 points, 1 submission: Zalbu
    1. Swedish DJ Avicii Dead at 28 (3035 points, 335 comments)
  17. 3025 points, 2 submissions: adamsandleryabish
    1. Demi Lovato Suffers Heroin Overdose, Transported to Hospital (2326 points, 559 comments)
    2. Demi Lovato Has Agreed to Go to Rehab (699 points, 93 comments)
  18. 2913 points, 9 submissions: ThatParanoidPenguin
    1. 2017 Album of the Year #4: Lorde - Melodrama (452 points, 41 comments)
    2. [FRESH] Drake - Carly Rae Jepsen's Plan (423 points, 10 comments)
    3. Spotify CEO Daniel Ek took "many, many" Nashville trips to get Taylor Swift back (415 points, 92 comments)
    4. [FRESH VIDEO] LORDE - SUPERCUT (411 points, 11 comments)
    5. Spotify Launches Tool That Shows How Many Female Artists You Listen To (290 points, 172 comments)
    6. Lorde covered St. Vincent's New York with Jack Antonoff at her show today in Brooklyn (273 points, 48 comments)
    7. After accusations of mistreatment, Jeremih is removed from his own tour, opener Teyana Taylor now headlining (250 points, 63 comments)
    8. posts going by so fast no one will see im straight (206 points, 16 comments)
    9. What happened to chart-dominating indie pop? (193 points, 62 comments)
  19. 2858 points, 8 submissions: angusaditus
    1. [FRESH] Taylor Swift - ...Ready for it? (925 points, 748 comments)
    2. Camila Cabello’s Havana is Number 1 in the UK (389 points, 77 comments)
    3. Camila Cabello's debut album "Camila" comes out Jan 14, 2018 (366 points, 133 comments)
    4. [FRESH] Camila Cabello - Real Friends (294 points, 112 comments)
    5. Taylor Swift's 'Look What You Made Me Do' Headed for No. 1 on Billboard Hot 100 Next Week (256 points, 90 comments)
    6. Hot 100 update: Havana at #2, Gucci Gang at #7 (225 points, 185 comments)
    7. Ariana Grande to appear on Jimmy Fallon's The Tonight Show tuesday May 1st (206 points, 38 comments)
    8. [FRESH ALBUM] Aly & AJ - Ten Years EP (197 points, 19 comments)
  20. 2850 points, 9 submissions: thatgreekguyraul
    1. After two years, I finally listened to Emotion by Carly Rae Jepsen. Why didn't this work of art receive more attention? (453 points, 118 comments)
    2. Ariana Grande’s “The Light Is Coming” samples a 2009 Pennsylvania town hall meeting where a man shouts, “You wouldn’t let anybody speak!” at Senator Arlen Specter. (378 points, 148 comments)
    3. Ariana Grande teases the letters 'r.e.m.' upside down on Twitter, possibly a new single or album name. (353 points, 72 comments)
    4. Ariana Grande's Dangerous Woman website taken down, rumors circulating that she will release a new song tonight (337 points, 53 comments)
    5. Camila Cabello's 'Havana' music video has reached over 8.3 million views in less than 24 hours. (329 points, 131 comments)
    6. After a long wait, New Rules by Dua Lipa has officially climbed into the Top 3 on Spotify's Global Top 50 chart (305 points, 62 comments)
    7. Dua Lipa and Ariana Grande photographed hanging out together, rumors of a collaboration circulating (252 points, 55 comments)
    8. 15 years ago today, Beyoncé released her iconic critically acclaimed hit "Crazy In Love" (245 points, 41 comments)
    9. Cardi B Holds Atop Billboard Hot 100 With 'Bodak Yellow,' Demi Lovato Hits Top 10 (198 points, 151 comments)
  21. 2739 points, 9 submissions: omrimayo
    1. LSD -Genius Ft. Sia, Diplo and Labrinth (447 points, 79 comments)
    2. Demi Lovato - Sober (393 points, 121 comments)
    3. Adele is coming -- working hard on her next album! (368 points, 125 comments)
    4. HDD FINAL: Travis 223k; Nicki 190k!!! (307 points, 101 comments)
    5. HDD FINAL NUMBERS: 5SOS #1 140k, THE CARTERS #2 125K. (298 points, 197 comments)
    6. Florence and the Machine - Big God (259 points, 42 comments)
    7. Dua Lipa teasing her new single "Electricity", the collaboration with Silk City - soon enough! (231 points, 22 comments)
    8. SOPHIE - “Is It Cold in the Water?” Named Best New Track on Pitchfork! (227 points, 34 comments)
    9. Pharrell Williams & Camila Cabello - "Sangria Wine" (209 points, 96 comments)
  22. 2684 points, 6 submissions: potrap
    1. Selena Gomez has had a kidney transplant as a result of her lupus (1341 points, 118 comments)
    2. Atlantic Records (one of Charli XCX's labels) Under Fire for Allegedly Calling Albums 'Mixtapes' to Avoid Properly Paying Producers (356 points, 35 comments)
    3. Atlantic Records' "5 In The Morning" press release states: "Charli XCX has been working solidly in the studio over the past months, the fruit of which will be rolled out over the summer with a series of releases." [full text inside] (295 points, 49 comments)
    4. SZA is "making an album" with Mark Ronson and Kevin Parker (250 points, 40 comments)
    5. Lady Gaga is back in the studio (235 points, 37 comments)
    6. 12 artists (and Britney) celebrate 10 years of Blackout. (includes Charli XCX, Julia Michaels, Tinashe, and HAIM) (207 points, 50 comments)

Top Commenters

  1. sapphire1921 (24470 points, 1275 comments)
  2. Piccprincess (20859 points, 436 comments)
  3. joshually (20533 points, 586 comments)
  4. ThatParanoidPenguin (20405 points, 284 comments)
  5. animefangrant62 (19458 points, 415 comments)
  6. thegeecyproject (17234 points, 259 comments)
  7. potrap (14932 points, 420 comments)
  8. Number3rdInTheVoting (14315 points, 310 comments)
  9. shy247er (14182 points, 314 comments)
  10. BrokenGlassSparkling (13444 points, 314 comments)
  11. LittlestCandle (13435 points, 481 comments)
  12. impeccabletim (13300 points, 314 comments)
  13. wonderbitch26 (13262 points, 192 comments)
  14. easykhoa (13039 points, 216 comments)
  15. Daydream_machine (12960 points, 207 comments)
  16. Ghost-Quartet (12471 points, 329 comments)
  17. KLJohnnes (12465 points, 340 comments)
  18. 137288 (11508 points, 408 comments)
  19. currentlyquang (11506 points, 443 comments)
  20. WhatAGayTwist (11346 points, 512 comments)
  21. Nerdy_boy_chris (11335 points, 248 comments)
  22. JustinJSrisuk (11217 points, 351 comments)
  23. axestogrind (11189 points, 146 comments)
  24. amumumyspiritanimal (11136 points, 405 comments)
  25. InfernalSolstice (10873 points, 279 comments)

Top Submissions

  1. Swedish DJ Avicii Dead at 28 by Zalbu (3035 points, 335 comments)
  2. Lorde isn't performing at the Grammys because she wasn't allowed to perform by herself, while all of her male AotY counterparts were offered solo spots (Variety) by GoWestYoungKanye (2454 points, 316 comments)
  3. Demi Lovato Suffers Heroin Overdose, Transported to Hospital by adamsandleryabish (2326 points, 559 comments)
  4. Is almost everyone on this sub gay? by igottaaskyo (2189 points, 2 comments)
  5. you can predict whether a year was good based on whether or not pitbull charted in the top 40 with a song not with lil jon that year by GoWestYoungKanye (2001 points, 123 comments)
  6. For every upvote this gets, Shape of You drops 1 spot on the All-Time Billboard charts by InfernalSolstice (1793 points, 43 comments)
  7. Literally just a picture of Lorde by Piesnberg (1642 points, 35 comments)
  8. [FRESH VIDEO] Taylor Swift - Look What You Made Me Do by Cryomatic (1590 points, 945 comments)
  9. [Fresh] Lorde - Run Away With Me (Carly Rae Jepsen Cover) by JunkyGS (1529 points, 196 comments)
  10. [FRESH] Taylor Swift - Look What You Made Me Do by PopheadsBot (1473 points, 2402 comments)

Top Comments

  1. 1443 points: okaiokaiokaiokaiokai's comment in [FRESH] Taylor Swift - Look What You Made Me Do
  2. 1403 points: BrokenGlassSparkling's comment in Lorde isn't performing at the Grammys because she wasn't allowed to perform by herself, while all of her male AotY counterparts were offered solo spots (Variety)
  3. 1278 points: 7mad's comment in [FRESH] Taylor Swift - Look What You Made Me Do
  4. 1025 points: pblack177's comment in Demi Lovato Suffers Heroin Overdose, Transported to Hospital
  5. 988 points: McBawse's comment in [FRESH VIDEO] Taylor Swift - Look What You Made Me Do
  6. 941 points: VincentOfGallifrey's comment in Swedish DJ Avicii Dead at 28
  7. 916 points: wonderbitch26's comment in Lorde: “In the next 5 years I want to entirely do a record, everything. Write it completely myself, produce it.”
  8. 892 points: JunkyGS's comment in [Fresh] Lorde - Run Away With Me (Carly Rae Jepsen Cover)
  9. 871 points: omgcow's comment in [DISCUSSION] Melanie Martinez is being accused of rape....
  10. 865 points: Lemonasta's comment in [FRESH] Taylor Swift - ...Ready for it?
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2018.07.11 19:47 tangster_kryptonite KZ ZSR Review

First time doing a review, just thought I'd impart abit of opinion on my new arrivals, do feel free to point out anything that I've got wrong :)
I think that there is now a lot more appreciation for the chi-fi market, having produced some gems, like the 1MORE Triple Drivers, for example. But I’d be lying if I did not look at this initial purchase with at least a little bit of apprehension. Sure, much of the iem production has been outsourced to the most populous country on earth for many years now, but China isn’t exactly a name you associate with quality. What more a cheap, budget iem made in China? Which is why, despite the now extensive list of reviews praising them to the high heavens, I approached my new pair with a largely reserved but also curious attitude. And I have to daresay, for about USD $21 (SGD $29.04), this is just about as much value as you can get from this price point.
Packaging: 2/5
I guess we can start here. Chinese manufacturers aren’t exactly the best at packaging aesthetics. It comes in a surprisingly small box, large enough to fit in one hand. Then again, I personally couldn’t care less for the packaging. At the price you’re paying for them its an expected oversight.
Accessories: 2/5
A single detachable cable and two sets of silicone ear tips (not including the star-tipped ones that are pre-installed). Again, what do you expect?
Design: 3/5
They fit decently well and seal just about as much as a standard iem can (think Shure se215 level and not Etymotic). They are rather large though, and put a bit of strain on the tops of my ears. Your mileage might vary though. Clear green hard plastic. Nothing to complain about here, nothing feels loose or cheaply made. The emerald green is a nice touch but it’s rather ruined by the horrendous cursive graphic telling you which side is which. Wouldn’t a simple “L” and “R” suffice? The worst part about it is that it’s not even the right way up when you put them on. Some oversight there, I reckon the right design could make it look (a lot) more pricey than it is. Shame.
Sound: 3/5 (nit picky) 4/5
I feel like there’s a little bit of placebo going on here. I don’t want to write a review lambasting a budget option because it’s not up to my own sonic standards, but I don’t want to pen a glowing report based on it’s price alone. So, you can pick up the pieces of both my observations and opinions, and decide for yourself.
I’ve never been a huge fan of bass. Which is why my UE 900s have been my go-to dailies for the past 4 years. Warm signatures with mildly bright trebles go really well with my playlist: Indie, Rock, Oldies, Early 2000s pop, a splash of Punk, pinch of French, Motown, early Eminem, a dash of Enya, a little bit of EDM…you get the idea. The bass here is punchy and hearty, a smidgen lighter more accurate and you have a world beater. Nothing much to say here except that it’s excellent. Bass heads, look no further (actually look further down the article before jumping. You might not like what you hear next). Shame how the treble goes. The opening 10 seconds “You Can’t Hurry Love” by Phil Collins lends some perspective to why I think so highly of the bass; It’s deep, exciting, and doesn’t blast and bleed all around your skull like the Beats Tour V1s (a gift from an unenlightened friend, I would never be caught with it). Precise and a pleasant surprise.
Pretty good here. While the ZSRs are rather balanced, songs come across as sufficiently warm and well-rounded. “Les Passants” by Zaz sounds amazing if you can overlook the starting music box sequence where the treble lets it down (discussed later). Instrumentals like the guitar and piano are accurate and has an excellent timbre and mellowness. “Orinoco Flow” by Enya feels all-encompassing. But weirdly loses out to the bass sometimes, almost like it’s being drowned. Some EQ tuning might help with that.
Really disappointed here. My experience with the ZSRs makes me feel like Hannibal at the gates of Rome, on the cusp of a legendary victory before deciding to peel off in uncertainty to eventually be driven out by the treble of Scipio Africanus. Its awful, maybe this might change with some proper burning in but I’ve been listening to these the entire day and as someone who has their UE 900’s as a benchmark, it’s downright cringe-worthy. As mentioned, “Les Passants” and “Orinoco Flow” kills the ears on the high bits. Not quite ZS6-piercing-ears-level yet, but it leaves a very odd static stereo whistle that makes me want to well, cringe. And while I did mention this would be great for EDM listeners, songs like “Race Against The Sun” by Rootkit just kills the ears.
Audio Conclusion:
Singers like Mariah Carey, Rihanna and Zara Larsson have a high-pitched multi-octave slightly-scratchy voice. Avoid this if you love them. Anything to do with instruments short of something that sounds like cymbals or tambourines, these are excellent, drums and six-strings sound excellent. If you listen at a high volume, probably best to give this one a pass, at lower levels the keen of the treble is tolerable. It’s frustrating, having come so close to budget perfection then falling so far. Bastille’s “Pompeii” sounds great though.
While the treble definitely kills a lot of the appeal the ZSRs have for me, I don’t regret picking them up. I’d say that finding an IEM at this price point with bass and mids that sound that good is rather addictive. I feel like I’m crossing the Chi-fi Rubicon right now. And lets face it, there are many, many more options that are much worse than what I’ve made the ZSRs out to be. Pick it up if you’re curious and have the disposable income.
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2018.06.02 13:25 potrap Atlantic Records' "5 In The Morning" press release states: "Charli XCX has been working solidly in the studio over the past months, the fruit of which will be rolled out over the summer with a series of releases." [full text inside]

Sounds like Charli's going to be releasing stand-alone singles all summer! To see the press release itself, go to Atlantic Record's artist page for Charli, and click "Charli XCX '5 In The Morning' US 5.31.18". For convenience, I have reproduced it below, and emboldened new or interesting information:




One of the most respected songwriters in pop’s rainbow spectrum Charli XCX unveils another bleeding-edge pop moment with her brand-new single “5 in the Morning” – LISTEN HERE!
The pop innovator wrote the track herself alongside Nat Dunn (Marshmello & Anne-Marie “Friends”) and Cleo Tighe (Jess Glynne), with the track’s trap-infused production from Invisible Men (ZAYN, Iggy Azalea). At the apex of her field and experimenting from the margins to the mainstream, Charli XCX has been working solidly in the studio over the past months, the fruit of which will be rolled out over the summer with a series of releases. Currently supporting Taylor Swift on her world ‘Reputation’ tour alongside Camila Cabello, Charli has and will play stadiums around the globe.
Charlotte Aitchison, aka Charli XCX, has earned universal critical acclaim for her forward-thinking musical output and refreshing entrepreneurial spirit. Video director, singer, songwriter, documentary maker, radio host and record label boss; there’s nothing the British 26-year-old can’t turn her hand to. Charli XCX is fast becoming one of the hottest creators of her generation and is the award-winning talent behind the multi-platinum and global No.1’s “Fancy” (Iggy Azalea) and “I Love It” (Icona Pop) and the multi-platinum “Boom Clap”.
In 2017, Charli XCX bookended the year with her ground-breaking, critically-acclaimed mixtapes ‘Number 1 Angel’ and ‘Pop 2’, featured on David Guetta and Afrojack’s global smash “Dirty Sexy Money” and released her standout summer crush anthem “Boys”. On the latter, Charli took full creative control across casting, directing and producing the accompanying official video, which not only saw her flip the traditional male gaze on its head, but featured an all-star male cast including Stormzy, Mark Ronson, Diplo, Joe Jonas, Brendon Urie,, and more, with Charli XCX hailed as a paragon of progressiveness off the back of its release.
Charli has won multiple awards including 2 x Billboard Awards, 2 x Sesac Songwriter of the Year Awards & 1 x YouTube Music Award, alongside nominations at the GRAMMY’s, BRIT Awards and MTV EMA’s. Not to mention the studio time she’s commanded with the likes of Blondie, Selena Gomez [Charli co-wrote her U.S. No.1“Same Old Love”], Gwen Stefani, Benny Blanco, David Guetta, Zara Larsson, Khalid and Diplo, as well as recently taking the reigns as co-executive producer on the forthcoming debut album from Finnish rising star, Alma.
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2018.03.20 19:02 waffel113 For Your Consideration #144: The Radio Dept. - Lesser Matters

Good afternoon folks, and welcome to this week's For Your Consideration, the weekly series where we discuss albums that aren't on our Essentials chart, and maybe why they should be. This week, Yoooooouuuuuuuu is here with his thoughts on The Radio Dept.'s debut album, Lesser Matters.
Artist - The Radio Dept.
Album - Lesser Matters
Apple Music
Background by Yoooooouuuuuuuu
When you look through the past 40 years or so of music, Sweden has been a total machine, pumping out hit artists and songs left and right in all sorts of genres. At the top of the list is ABBA, the patron saints of late-70’s pop music who sold hundreds of millions of records and are still known across the globe. Later, the Swedes decided to go a bit quieter and pull the strings from behind the curtain; Max Martin is only behind Paul McCartney and John Lennon for most number 1 singles on Billboard, yet the number of people who actually know his name and face are limited to those who are weirdly obsessed with pop music. me too thanks More recent acts span across genres and have moderate success and followings, such as Robyn, Jens Lekman, Zara Larsson, Lykki Li, and the most influential artist in electronic music, Basshunter. It’s a fairly impressive pedigree for a country as small as it is, so maybe the Swedes just know how to have the right songs to break into the limelight.
The Radio Dept, meanwhile, have always had very little to no buzz since Johan Duncanson and Martin Larsson (now Carlberg) began making music together in 1998. In 2001, they were joined by Lisa Carlberg on bass, Per Blomgren on drums, and Daniel Tjader on keyboards. After a string of singles and EPs, Lesser Matters was released in their home country on Labrador in 2003 and to an international audience on XL in 2004. Critical acclaim slowly followed, reaching top ten on NME’s end of the year list for 2004. Their following two albums, Pet Grief and Clinging To A Scheme, did fairly well with critics, but due to infrequent touring and long album cycles the band never quite hit big in the mid-late 00’s indie scene. Features in Sofia Coppola’s Marie Antoinette and The Fault In Our Stars haven’t gotten them much more notice. They don’t even show up when you search “Swedish Bands” on Google, but you know who does? Rednex.
This is a shame really, because the band has written no shortage of the songs necessary to hit it big. Their later discography includes tracks like Heaven’s On Fire that are well-crafted and have those indie sensibilities that never sound dated. Their 2011 singles compilation is also great, as some of their best work is scattered across EPs and b-sides from that time frame. Over time, their sound has become cleaner and more synthpop-oriented. However, at the beginning they were much more committed to a noisy aesthetic, and that’s where we find ourselves with Lesser Matters.
Review by Yoooooouuuuuuuu
On their debut album, The Radio Dept massively succeeds in the most easier-said-than-done aspect of music: finding a cool sound and making it fresh and interesting for 40 minutes. Their sound in particular lies somewhere between The Jesus and Mary Chain’s noise pop and Teen Dream-era Beach House, focusing on melodic guitar noise that blasts over floating synth lines and a mix of live percussion and drum machine beats. The lyrics are simple but contemplative, and the songs reflect their shoegazing predecessors by being a step away from exploding at any given time, yet just barely maintaining the tension to keep from doing so. The vocals help this effect, as Johan and Martin both remain low in the mix to glue the whole thing together.
"Too Soon" acts as a prologue to the rest of the album, giving a quick glimpse into what Lesser Matters is all about. Suddenly, drumsticks click, and "Where Damage Isn’t Already Done" comes crashing in with a killer guitar riff and bass line. The vocals are more pronounced here than on their other songs, though there isn’t much in the way of melody to them; when you have an instrumental this good it’s wise to keep yourself from getting in the way. Things slow down a little bit with "Keen On Boys," though that’s not a bad thing. A layer of fuzz covers each element of the song and makes everything feel so warm and inviting. Everything is simple here, as it is throughout the album, but there’s power and elegance in this simplicity. The bass is hypnotic, bouncing around over punchy synthetic drums that contrast the livelier, cymbal-heavy drums in the previous song. The outro in particular is great, as all the layers get stripped back until a solitary guitar remains.
The last of this stellar three-song run is one of my favorite songs of the 00’s; I had "Why Won’t You Talk About It?" on repeat for a huge swathe of last year. Its ability to siphon piercing noise and crank it at the right times over a tidal wave of synths and hi hats is some of the best in the genre. The achingly beautiful vocals ride out the stormy instrumental, almost drowning in the process but somehow finding air to breathe and have the space they need to project the level of hopelessness the narrator feels. The lyrics here are only a few lines repeated over and over again, but they succeed in portraying the urgency and, ultimately, the resign of someone shut out from another person they formerly shared a special connection with. On top of all that, the guitar bridge packs a surprising amount of punch for only being a few notes. Once again, the simplicity of each element only amplifies the power of how they are all tied together.
"It’s Been Eight Years" transitions us into the next part of the album, which will be more subdued than the first part. "Bus" follows as their best soft song, with the acoustic guitar providing a nice change up from the instrumentation we’ve heard so far. It works very well with the more subdued electric guitar. The vocals are at their best here as well, continuing the melancholic feel while the narrator presses on with their questions to the subject. As the title suggests, try to give this song a shot when you’re actually riding a bus, it’s a perfect setting. "Slottet #2" is another quick instrumental to tie the gap between Bus and 1995, the latter continuing the motif of only needing a layer of synth and a nice, subtle guitar riff to make a good song as this band continues to demonstrate.
"Against The Tide" goes full on electronic shoegaze, covering synths in a gorgeous layer of haze with whispered vocals and a sample of birds chirping that almost get lost in everything but manage to pop up at the right times. This is one of the other best vocal melodies, as it drives the song along while letting the rest of the production shine. Between this and Dead Cities, Red Seas, & Lost Ghosts, electronic synth-based shoegaze had a great year. However, if you were getting bored of these downtempo songs, the album takes a twist in "Strange Things Will Happen"; suddenly female vocals provide a more light, poppy sound that goes well with the more optimistic lyrics that speak of moving on from this relationship the male narrator has been so frustrated with. That happens to be Elin Almered, who also created the cover art and played in the original conception of the band before Johan and Martin began working together. The more pronounced piano also provides a nice change up, and the fuzzy hi hats keep everything grounded in the aesthetic we know while letting these new ideas shine.
"Your Father" is the only track I’m never really sold on, as I think the vocals and lyrics are a little too whimsical and sing-songy, but unlike the previous track the instrumentation doesn’t really back it up appropriately. It’s still a good song, and I especially like the smoother guitar bridges between the verses. Things kick back up with Ewan, which has my favorite guitar riff on the whole album. As usual, the synths provide a steady underlying layer, while the vocal melody and guitar riff play off each other during the chorus in absolutely stellar fashion. A cleaner guitar sound comes in later in the song that contrasts the noiser guitar, and everything coalesces into a flat-out excellent song. The closing track, "Lost and Found," begins with breezy electronic percussion and a more upbeat guitar riff, giving the impression that maybe this album will end on a more positive note than it started. It seems our male narrator has figured out how to let the past be and let things go, finally doing things independent of the person he left behind (or who left him behind). The song and album conclude with an instrumental outro that is just as much solemn as it is hopeful, providing excellent closure.
When it comes down to it, Lesser Matters only does a few things throughout its runtime, but it does those things with expertly crafted production and songs. There’s never too much noise, things are never too clean, and nothing ever overpowers anything else. Every element of this album is fine-tuned to stand out on its own and support the rest. The songs value beauty in simplicity, but hidden details are always ready to be discovered as is the case with any good shoegaze. When it’s a dreary spring day and you’re feeling confused about how a loved one is treating you, or you’re just bored with life, toss this on; it won’t solve your problems, but it’ll remind you that there’s something to value in those times.
Favorite Lyrics by Yoooooouuuuuuuu
Everyone looks the same, still we have different names
  • Where Damage Isn’t Already Done
I’m losing, I’ll lose my mind, you don’t know how you want it
  • Why Won’t You Talk About It?
Hope to unlearn, strange things will happen
If you let them come around and stick around
  • Strange Things Will Happen
And you can feel the sunshine fading
And it’s too soon but you’re stuck waiting
  • Ewan
I’m scared at home when I’m alone, in my apartment on my own
It’s changing colors through the day, it don’t bother me when I’m OK
  • Lost And Found
Talking Points by Yoooooouuuuuuuu
  • How do you value simplicity vs. complexity in music?
  • Does this album stand out compared to its influences and similar albums?
  • Is there any context you think this album works best in, whether it’s a certain personal situation or certain environment?
  • Do you think the band’s better work is in its non-album material, such as the highly-praised Pulling Our Weight EP from the same year?
Thanks again to Yoooooouuuuuuuu for the splendid writeup! Next week, barring a schedule change, asljkdfhg will be here to talk Plastikman's landmark ambient album Consumed. If you'd like to write an FYC, send a PM to me with the album, artist, and maybe a bit why you'd like to write about it. Once you do, you'll be added to the schedule in the comments below. Thanks for reading!
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2018.01.22 06:00 boysaloud 2017 Album of the Year #22: Zara Larsson - So Good

Artist: Zara Larsson Album: So Good Released: March 17, 2017 Listen: Spotify Apple Music/iTunes
Background: Zara Maria Larsson initially found fame as the winner of Talang (Sweden’s version of Got Talent) in 2008, at just 10 years old. However, she would not see her first musical release until nearly 5 years later in January 2013 with her debut EP Introducing, which included her first Number One single in her home country, Uncover. Following up the success of her single, Larsson released her second EP in July 2013, called Allow Me to Reintroduce Myself. This EP spawned the single She’s Not Me (Part 1), which peaked at #21 on the Swedish charts.
With the release of her first album in October 2014, 1, Larsson found both critical and chart success. 1 gave Larsson her first Number One album in Sweden, as well as her first release throughout Scandinavia. Spawning the singles Bad Boys (#27), Carry You Home (#3), Rooftop (#6) and Weak Heart (#53), the album’s commercial success encouraged her label to set their sights on an international release. In January 2015, Larsson released her first international EP Uncover with little fanfare. Including six of the tracks from 1 – singles Uncover, Carry You Home, Rooftop and both parts of She’s Not Me, as well as deep cuts Wanna Be Your Baby and Never Gonna DieUncover earned the star multiple press mentions and comparisons to Mariah Carey, Rihanna, Taylor Swift and Madonna.
Her next release after 1 – both domestically and internationally – was Lush Life in June 2015, the lead single from her then unannounced international debut album. The commercial success of the single became the basis for her second album.
Uncover would be the Swede’s final release until March 2017, when she released her first international album So Good.
Review: With So Good, Zara Larsson fell victim to a prolonged album release cycle – much like her counterparts Charli XCX and Tinashe – with the lead single Lush Life being released nearly two years prior to the album release. After multiple release dates and last-minute track list changes, So Good was released in March 17, 2017.
Being her debut international single, Lush Life enjoyed commercial success around the globe, becoming Larsson’s second Number One in Sweden and first international Number One, topping the charts in Mexico and Poland and peaking in the Top 5 in Denmark, Ireland, Norway, the Netherlands, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, Germany, Austria and Australia. The single peaked at 75 in the United States.
The production on the record shines throughout as a pioneer of what eventually became the worldwide phenomenon of trop-pop. Lyrically, she describes the carefree feeling that comes after getting over a relationship and the bubbliness of finding a new one. Tied in with themes of careless summer nights, Lush Life became a summer anthem around the globe for millennials. Larsson sings about living “my day as if it was the last, live my day as if it was the past, doin’ it all night, all summedoin’ it the way I wanna.” Featuring an entirely European and majorly Swedish team of songwriters and producers, Lush Life would be one of the few songs left on the record that was initially intended to be released on the album.
While Lush Life became Larsson’s first international hit single, it failed to chart well in the United States. This was partially due to the single being usurped by her follow-up, Never Forget You, which was released the following month (July 2016). Featuring MNEK, the song explores the enduring love in a past relationship and the mark left by an ex-lover. The two sing that they will “never forget you, you’ll always be by my side/from the day that I met you I knew that I would love you 'til the day I die,” a clear ode to their past lover as they acknowledge the end of the relationship, but not of their feelings towards one another.
The intense production in the song features bell chimes and bass drums to reflect both Larsson’s Scandinavian background and MNEK’s upbringing in the UK grime scene. The passionate duet allows her vocals to shine as she demonstrates the depth of her range and the control of her voice; matched with MNEK’s equally impressive vocal abilities and the back-and-forth production between ballad and banger, Never Forget You quickly became Larsson’s defining single in the States. The track peaked at #13 in the US, as well as in the Top 10 in Australia, Belgium (Flanders), Denmark, Finland, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway and the UK, as well as #1 in Sweden.
With her third of eight singles on the album, Ain’t My Fault, Larsson began playing with her sound to figure out the overall direction of the record. Released over a year after Never Forget You in September 2016, Ain’t My Fault was the first taste of Larsson’s confidence in her sexuality, as she sings “if I put your hands where my eyes can’t see/then you’re the one who’s got a hold on me.” Her assertiveness in her sexuality became a topic of conversation, particularly in conservative corners of the world, which prompted Larsson to defend herself and her feminist ideologies on social media. The single, which was heavily promoted worldwide and serviced to Top 40 radio, did not fare well on the charts internationally, but did peak at #1 in Sweden.
Her fourth single, I Would Like, faired better with critics and the general public alike. The song, which samples Sasha’s Dat Sexy Body, continues the trend of expressing her sexuality and signified another change in sound. Larsson is very frank about getting “to know you better,” as she would* “like to get under your sexy body.”* Continuing the themes of carefree love and lust, I Would Like bridged the trop-pop themes of Lush Life with the forward lyricism from Ain’t My Fault. Although somewhat inauthentic, the fusion of dancehall and EDM creates a niche sound for Larsson where her vocals take center stage. The song peaked at #2 in the UK and allowed the popstar to tour the country, playing music festivals and promoting the song with a performance on The X Factor.
Her fifth single, So Good, set the tone for the album – the production by Charlie Puth and Danny Boy Styles evokes early Ariana Grande while matching the carefree and youthful vibe of the record. The collaboration with Ty Dolla $ign seems unnecessary at best, and a desperate attempt at relevance and validation from the Western pop world at worst. Ty’s verse adds virtually no substance to the track, at an impressive 24 seconds, and his voice in the chorus detracts from hers. Larsson’s vocals are showcased, however, with her dulcet tones taking center stage on this feel-good track, and the staccato on the pre-chorus – ”you know that I'm the only one that gets you higheand you ain't gotta worry 'cause you know I got it,” – is a treat that showcases variety in her discography.
The album finally dropped on March 17, 2017 – with an added boost from the Clean Bandit collaboration Symphony - with a mix of pop, hip-hop, EDM and tropical house that dominated charts in 2017. Carried with strong lead singles Lush Life and Never Forget You, the album feels incomplete – as if the genius work and risk behind those songs was replaced with “surefire” hits that never stuck. It does, however, contain strong tracks that continued the legacy of those singles.
Only You stands out as a powerful ballad about a passionate lover and even more passionate self-love, with intelligent lyrics and a beautiful production. Larsson has never sounded better than on this track, with a complete command of her voice and a vulnerability that forces the listener to feel exactly how the singer does. Another stand-out track is the Ed Sheeran-penned Don’t Let Me Be Yours, which shows Larsson’s soulful side against a Europop chorus that sounds straight out of INNA’s catalogue. Both songs were serviced as singles after the album dropped, but neither gained traction on international charts.
Some of the tracks on the album are compete filler – dull, lifeless, and forgettable – including Sundown, TG4M, Funeral, I Can’t Fall In Love Without You, and Make That Money Girl. These songs feel rushed, as if they were not fully realized before release, because each song has strong points that could have carried the song. Funeral has a fun trop-pop production that, if paired with better lyrics, could have been a highlight on the album. The same goes for I Can’t Fall In Love Without You, a ballad that actually includes the lyrics “don’t you think I give a fuck/give a fuck about who you fuck/but I hope you can’t get it up.” Had the lyrics for this track matched the power of the Julia Michaels-written One Mississippi, Larsson could have had stronger deep cuts that would have pushed the album to success.
It is necessary to understand the timeline of the album to fully grasp why it fails to have a cohesive sound. From June 2015 to March 2017, Larsson’s sound and inspirations changed, much like the global market. When Lush Life was released, streaming was just beginning to dominate the industry and the 17-year-old was experiencing her first taste of adulthood, whereas when the album was released, Donald Trump was President and Larsson’s carefree youth was replaced with a more mature woman confident in herself and her sexuality.
Looking at the album credits, half of the album is produced by mainly Swedish producers and songwriters, whereas the other half is created by American producers and songwriters. In reality, it seems So Good is two different albums – an audible timeline of Larsson’s growth from teen to woman in the two years that it was produced. Whereas many tracks – Lush Life, Never Forget You, I Would Like – contain fresh sounds that contrast from her peers, half of the album gets lost in a sea of cookie-cutter teen-pop (TG4M, Make That Money Girl, Sundown, Ain’t My Fault). Larsson’s half-baked attempt at pandering to American audiences created a sound that, less than a year later, already seems dated.
PLEASE NOTE: for the purposes of reviewing this album, Symphony has been omitted, as it’s essentially a Clean Bandit song that Larsson tacked onto the end of her album.
Discussion Questions: 1. What are your favorite songs off the album, as well as those you don't care for? 2. What is your perception of the album - is it weak and lackluster, or a strong debut for a future Pop Diva? 3. There's often discussion on /Popheads about Zara Larsson's place in the music industry. Do you think she'll grow into a bigger artist, or will her popularity fade as the years go on? 4. What would you suggest Larsson do to ensure a stronger follow-up album?
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2017.06.17 19:25 MashLuke Charts of Europe: Despacito atop, 2U by David Guetta and Justin Bieber debuts in top 5 in most countries

Ve-ry-slow-ly, let's start with our weekly post:
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ZARA LARSSON LYON 25 MAY 2019. FIRST PART CONCERT ED ... All The Time - Zara Larsson Don't Worry Bout Me Tour ... ZARA LARSSON DON'T WORRY BOUT ME TOUR VLOG  BOSTON - YouTube Zara Larsson on Tour - Fun Facts! - YouTube Swedish Pop Star Zara Larsson’s Guide to On-Tour Glam ... Zara Larsson - Only You (ft. Nena) [Live] - YouTube Zara Larsson - Live in London (2017) [4K] - YouTube zara larsson Lifestyle, Cars, House, Net Worth, Family, Career, Boyfriend, And Biography


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  4. Zara Larsson on Tour - Fun Facts! - YouTube
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  6. Zara Larsson - Only You (ft. Nena) [Live] - YouTube
  7. Zara Larsson - Live in London (2017) [4K] - YouTube
  8. zara larsson Lifestyle, Cars, House, Net Worth, Family, Career, Boyfriend, And Biography

zara larsson Lifestyle, Cars, House, Net Worth, Family, Career, Boyfriend, And Biography Hello, This is Shimul Mistry (Drubo) Here. I am here by declare that all Images use to make this video is ... Zara Larsson - Live in London, Shepherd's Bush (2017), Full Set, 2017-06-07 Camera: TZ100 (4K), Microphone: H2N Zoom All The Time by Zara Larsson Seattle, Washington @Neptune Theatre September 17th 2019 Concert Ed Sheeran, Lyon 25 May 2019 First part: Zara Larsson The singer and self-confessed night owl, Zara Larsson, has perfected a routine that stays put during an energetic evening out on tour. Still haven’t subscrib... Some fun facts about the cities Zara will visit during her tour this October and November! See dates below, and get your tickets here: http://www.zaralarsson... Catch Zara on tour this October and November! See dates below and get your tickets here Fri 13-Oct Iceland, Reykjavi... hope u guys enjoy!! no copyright infringement intended; i do not own these songs she sang but all the videos are mine! follow me! instagram @actuallycarmela ...