The time is here. We've all been dormant for far too long this winter, now it's time we all start packing venues and watching our favorite bands. There's quite a bit of goodness coming to KC this Spring, and what better way than to start it off with Sigur Rós, who'll be bringing their brand new... Continue Reading →
Lost In Previews: Spring Breakers (Red Band)
One of my most anticipated films of the year is Harmony Korine's latest flick Spring Breakers. I've been quite a long time fan of Korine's super weird, uh, scuzzy, if you will, work. He directed the ever so cultishly awesome film Gummo, and even directed a video for The Black Keys as of recently. His latest is... Continue Reading →
Richard’s Reviewpalooza of Lollapalooza: Day One!
Well, that's it, folks. Lollapalooza 2012 is in the books. While this was not my first time attending the festival, it was definitely the most memorable that I've attended, for many different reasons, good and bad. There were plenty different adjectives to describe this years festival: Muddapalooza, Rainapalooza, Heatapalooza, etc. But none will likely end... Continue Reading →
Lollapalooza Day 1
Let me count the ways I love Lollapalooza. This was Lost in Reviews' first time experiencing the full-blown festival in all it's glory and although it was a hot, sticky mess all day (or was that just me) the day went off without a hitch. We were able to take in many sets through out... Continue Reading →
The Black Keys and Arctic Monkeys in St. Louis
On Friday night, St Louis was treated to a miniature Coachella with the Black Keys and the Arctic Monkeys teaming up, two bands that know the true meaning of rock and roll. In the last few years The Black Keys have changed the modern idea of how a band is "supposed" to behave and earned... Continue Reading →
Lollapalooza 2012 Reveals Daily Lineup And Single Day Tickets Now Available
Three Day Passes are sold out and LollaPalooza has reviled it's daily Line up. I can't imagine just picking one day for this year's festival, as everyday has the ability to blow you away. As it is now, Friday night will be black on black, with The Black Keys and Black Sabbath closing out a... Continue Reading →
Watch Coachella at Home!
If you're like me, it is hard knowing that you can't be at one of the world's premiere music festivals, but thanks to YouTube you can bring all the fun home. Night one is over, but night two just kicked into full gear, so head over to http://www.youtube.com/coachella and join in the fun. Last night we saw mind... Continue Reading →