My Bloody Valentine, Shellac, and More: Desert Daze Phase III

October 12-14, 2018
Moreno Beach • Lake Perris, CA

Tickets + Camping Passes On Sale Now
Thursday Night / Early Arrival Passes added for campers

Quarter Past Tonight: Chicago Farmer's First Live Album

As hard-working musicians go, few can hold a candle to the Midwest’s own folk hero, Chicago Farmer (aka Cody Diekhoff). Back and forth across the great wide open, the authenticity of his music just resonates with something in the human spirit, with material ranging from raucous and boot-stompin’ runaway hootenannies, to subdued and heartfelt odes to love and loss.

Surf, Sludge, and More: Six Albums You Need To Check Out

There simply isn’t enough time to listen to all the awesome music out there. It’s hard to keep up sometimes, and certain musicians and their work can occasionally fall through the cracks. I picked out a few albums I’ve really been enjoying lately, and most of them are recent finds for me. If you’ve heard them already, excellent!

The Place to Be: Ween Tour Opener In St. Louis 6/2/18

Heading on down to St. Louis tomorrow night is the one and only Ween. The legendary quintet will take the stage at The Pageant and kick off their summer tour with a bang. The show has been sold out for weeks and is a hotly anticipated jumping off point for the tour, with people coming from all over the country.

Chicago Post-Punk: Interview with Brian Case of FACS

Negative Houses by FACS is out now on Chicago label Trouble In Mind, and you can purchase it here:

Desert Daze 2018: New Venue, First Round of Artists

Going out to Desert Daze last year was a game changing experience. The festival was like nothing I’ve ever experienced, both in terms of the environment and the music and art. It was a blinding display of hard-edged psychedelia, frayed and bloody punk rock, futuristic acid-pop, sludgy, oozing metal, bright-eyed indie, and more.

Marfa Myths 2018: Music, Film, Art, and More in the Texas Desert

The music festival circuit is an all-encompassing facet of life for a large portion of the American music community. New events are born every year, each with a vision for what they will become. Some feature specific sorts of music aiming at one niche market, others focus on a broad catch-all approach, featuring something for everyone.

Summer Camp Artists Round 3: Tycho, Cypress Hill, Split Lip Rayfield, and More.

Summer Camp Music Festival 2018
Third Round of Artist Announcements

Jay Goldberg Events and Entertainment is proud to present the third round of artist announcements for the 18th annual Summer Camp Music Festival at Three Sisters Park in Chillicothe, IL on May 25, 26, and 27, 2018. Below is the current lineup to date, with the additions:

3 days of moe.
3 days of Umphrey’s McGee

Six Albums You Might Have Missed, But Shouldn't.

1. Iggy Pop – Post Pop Depression.