Jun 7, 201809:40 AM
In Tune

The sounds that move the Crescent City

To Bonnaroo We Go

Bonnaroo

Once again its time to head up to the Farm for another installment of Bonnaroo.  This year will feature headlining sets from Muse, EMINEM and The Killers.  You can also expect a late night set from Bon Iver and command performances from the likes of Sylvan Esso, First Aid Kit and Alt-J.  As usual there are some great up and coming bands playing as well.  This will be the first go around for The Blue Stones, Arlie and and flor.  Also a few established international artists like Noura Mint Seymali will be along for the ride as well.  Make sure to keep your eyes here for daily updates and photos from the festival.  There is still plenty of time to make it up to the farm.  Grab a ticket and pack the trunk.

If you insist on staying home, you can catch the livestream of shows on Twitter at the link below.  This year the festival is streaming Muse, Alt-J, Nile Rogers, LANY, Moon Taxi and more. 

 

Belle and Sebastian

On Monday night Glaswegian baroque pop legends Belle and Sebastian will head into the Civic with Men I Trust.  The Scottish ensemble are touring behind their excellent three EP set How to Solve Our Human Problems.   Belle and Sebastian are one of the most exciting live bands I have ever seen.  They do a fantastic job both of pulling songs from their extensive back catalog and of incorporating new material in meaningful ways.  You cannot help but be swept up in their enthusiasm.  Check out the video for “Poor Boy” below.

 

To Do This Week

Tonight you can catch Sundressed and Northbound at Gasa Gasa or Eric Gales at the Ace Hotel.  The Free Friday show at Tips this week is Khris Royal and Dark Matter with the Big Easy Brawlers.  Sunday Angelo Moore is at Gasa and Shania Twain is at the Smoothie King Center.  Monday the amazing Belle and Sebastian are at The Civic with Men I Trust.  Wednesday The Glitch Mob are at The Joy.

 

To Listen This Week

 

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Mike Griffith is a New Orleans native and like many locals developed an almost immediate and lifelong obsession with live music.  With the revival of “In Tune” his obsession is now on display for our readers.  Mike fills the time between shows teaching media studies at Tulane university where he received his PhD.  He is particularly interested in projects that combine the native understanding of a place with new forms of digital expression.  

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