AT&T sponsored my coverage of Outside Lands this year, so I got to take photos of a few of their All Access tent performances.
Michael Kiwanuka was the guy I came to see. I mean, Stevie Wonder aside, but come on.
Kiwanuka is a soul singer who was recently on tour with Adele, and his music has made it onto a few of my mixes. He said he aims for warmth with his albums, and that’s a perfect description of how they make me feel — comforted.
If you haven’t heard him sing, start with Any Day Will Do Fine, and go from there.
Michael Kiwanuka on Spotify
Michael Kiwanuka on RDIO
If you like what you hear because you aren’t dead inside, you can:
Like him on Facebook.
Or follow him on Twitter.
You can also catch his performance at AT&T’s All Access Tent at Outside Lands, plus a brief interview, on U-Verse.
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PAPA, at Outside Lands 2012
AT&T sponsored my coverage of Outside Lands this year. Thanks, guys!
Mai Le of Fashionist is my long-time friend and show buddy; this is our second year at Outside Lands together. This year she took some style shots for us. You can find Part 1 of our Outside Lands fashion series here.
Hannah and Jen. Jen made her skirt and earrings at TechShop San Francisco. Hannah wears her bracelets and jewelry every day; they’re gifts from friends.
Look for more of Mai’s shots on Fashioni.st.
Mai Le of Fashionist is my long-time friend and show buddy; this is our second year at Outside Lands together. This year she took some style shots for us:
Carleigh (founder of Fathom and Form jewelry), wearing her own cuff design.
For more style updates, check out my Instagram and Twitter, and look for more of Mai’s shots on Fashioni.st. We’ll have a few more here tomorrow as well.
AT&T is sponsoring my coverage of Outside Lands this year. Thanks, guys!
AT&T is sponsoring my coverage of Outside Lands this year, so I get to take photos of a few of their All Access tent performances.
Side venues at festivals are my favorite places to find new music. It’s so nice to see bands up close before a sea of bobbing heads intervenes a few years down the road.
PAPA is a band out of L.A. who describe themselves as American soul music. In addition to being easy on the eyes, they’re smart, so it’s safe to develop a thinking woman’s crush.
These photos are from their performance in AT&T’s All Access tent, and you can see the whole performance, plus a brief interview on U-Verse.
PAPA on Spotify
PAPA on Rdio
Like them on Facebook for show notifications.
Or follow them on Twitter @papatheband
And if you still want to know more, here’s a solid interview with SYFFAL
Outside Lands starts today! YUS, son. I added twenty new tracks to the Outside Lands Playlist, to satisfy my inner completist. I’ll be there with my show buddy Mai today and through the weekend, so please say hi if you see us.
Also, I’m attending courtesy of AT&T, so keep an eye on Instagram and Twitter if you want to play along at home.
Outside Lands Playlist (new tracks) on Spotify
Outside Lands Playlist (new tracks) on Rdio
A.M. 180, Granddaddy
Bang Bang, Dispatch
Broken Telephone, The Be Good Tanyas
Carried Away, Passion Pit
Shutterbugg, Big Boi, Cutty
First Breath After Coma, Explosions in the Sky
FUCKING BEST SONG EVERR, Wallpaper
Future Starts Slow, The Kills
Hold On, Alabama Shakes
I Walked Alone, YACHT
Little Hell, City and Colour
Lonesome, Dr. Dog
Matador, Bomba Estereo
Old Friend, Caveman
People Say (Acoustic), Portugal. The Man
Seems Like Home to Me, Two Gallants
Sifters, Andrew Bird
Slip, Allen Stone
This Head I Hold, Electric Guest
What have you been listening to lately? Let me know in comments.
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