Cat Power

It’s hard to know whether to laugh or cry at any given portion of the album, but that is where its true beauty hides.


Because the festival takes place in an arguable mecca for DIY alternative music, it is uniquely positioned to choose from a slew of talented bands that just haven’t yet had their moment, despite an abundance of talent.


After 2014, cloud rap was swept away by the Chief Keefs and Young Thugs of the world, never to be heard of since.

Loretta Lynn

Lynn’s album is like a warm welcome home, never losing the characteristic twang or no-nonsense candor of the genre.

The late Tom Petty

The video takes a compelling twist on this wistful turn down memory lane.

Tommy Genesis

From the start, Tommy opens the gates to her chaotic, alluring fantasy of raw desire and unbalanced attraction.

Frankie Cosmos

While bands often lose the energy of first album tours, Frankie Cosmos maintained the excitement on yet another tour.

Alt-J at Mo Pop 2017

The result is a contradictory mess that produces several decent tracks almost in spite of itself.

"The Rick and Morty Soundtrack"

The next song, however, took me by surprise — “Jerry’s Rick” is an elegant if simple instrumental track that was, somehow, actually quite good. I began to take this soundtrack a little more seriously after that, having came in expecting to sit through 40 minutes of shit like “Get Schwifty.”

Lala Lala

When all’s said and done, West doesn’t have any clear answers for us.