• Electric Zoo 2015

    Electric Zoo 2015: Best & Worst Moments From Chemical Brothers, Glitch Mob, Alison Wonderland

    Another Labor Day in the books and we have completed a full Electric Zoo for the first time in three years. The weather gods looked down favorably on New York City, granting the festival perfect weather without a hint of rain and barely a cloud in the sky. The festival had to rebrand this year into "transformed" to try and create a new image that included new stage designs, lower ticket prices and different stage curators. We already wrapped up each day as it happened. Here are a few highlights from the festival, including the anthem, who is the festival MVP (hint Brothers who aren't related) and who just wouldn't leave.
  • Alesso Electric Zoo 2015

    Electric Zoo 2015 Day 3 Review & Recap: Alesso, The Glitch Mob Close Out Festival

    Electric Zoo has hit day 3. Over the past two years, the final day was either canceled the morning of or called to an abrupt halt mid-day, which left more then a few fans unhappy. The festival made it through the day without any major hiccups as it hosted stages curated by Thomas Jack and Pete Tong, as well as Alesso, The Glitch Mob, Oliver Heldens and more.
  • Above & Beyond at Electric Zoo 2015

    Electric Zoo 2015 Day 2 Review & Recap: Above & Beyond Gets Us Emotional

    It is day 2 of Electric Zoo. The sun is shining, people don't have work for the whole day and Above & Beyond is headlining. After a fantastic finish to Day 1 by the legendary Chemical Brothers, it was time to see what would happen on the very polarized day two with heavy on trance, hardstyle and trap.
  • Jason Derulo at Billboard Hot 100 Festival 2015

    Billboard Hot 100 Festival Photo Recap

    This past weekend, Music Times had the pleasure of covering the inaugural Billboard Hot 100 Festival at the Jones Beach Theater on Long Island. Among those who performed over the two days, Saturday Aug. 22 and Sunday Aug. 23 were The Weeknd, Justin Bieber, Kygo, Axwell /\ Ingrosso, Jason Derulo, Lil Wayne and more. You already read what happened, now it is time that you saw what went down at Jones Beach this past weekend with 40,000 other people through our lens.
  • Kygo at Billboard Hot 100 Music Festival 2015

    Billboard Hot 100 2015 Festival Day 2 Recap: Skrillex, Justin Bieber, Nicki Minaj Shine

    Day 2 of the first ever inaugural Billboard Hot 100 Music Festival. Legs are starting to feel a little heavier, our eyes tired, but that is all part of the fun. After wrapping up day one with The Weeknd, Lil Wayne, Jason Derulom, Axwell Ingrosso and others, we launch into day 2 that will bring out star power with Justin Bieber, Nicki Minaj, Skrillex, Kygo and others.
  • Citi Presents Exclusive Performance by Luke Bryan for Citi Cardmembers to Celebrate The Release of New Album 'Kill The Lights'

    Live Review: Luke Bryan Brought the Party to Citi Card Event in New York City

    Luke Bryan turned Irving Plaza into a party on Friday night (Aug. 7). On the very same day that his fifth studio album Kill the Lights dropped, the biggest name in modern country stopped by the intimate 1000 person New York City venue to play an exclusive concert presented by Citi for its card members. And despite a smaller crowd than he's used to, Bryan brought out his biggest hits and new cuts with plenty of kick and energy.
  • A$AP Rocky and Affiliates at Lollapalooza.

    Lollapalooza 2015 Day 3 Review:: Rain Delays, Florence Welch, A$AP Rocky and Vic

    The third day of Lollapalooza, one of the biggest music festivals in the United States and the gem of the Midwest scene, finished on Sunday night in Chicago with shortened performances (due to rain) from Florence + The Machine, A$AP Rocky, Marina and The Diamonds and more. This is the third in a series of recaps from correspondent Ryan Book.
  • SZA sizzles at Lollapalooza.

    Lollapalooza 2015 Day 1 Review & Recap: Paul McCartney Ageless, Young Thug Rages

    The first day of Lollapalooza, one of the biggest music festivals in the United States and the gem of the Midwest scene, kicked off in dramatic fashion on Friday night in Chicago with headlining performances from Paul McCartney, The Weeknd, Young Thug and more. This is the first in a series of recaps from correspondent Ryan Book.
  • The Knocks

    Live Review: The Knocks Were So 'Classic' at Music Hall Of Williamsburg

    Williamsburg got down last night. New York City-based electronic, disco funk duo The Knocks brought their live show to Music Hall of Williamsburg for a very special performance with a mind-boggling number of special guests. The pair released their So Classic EP in April, which included the instant classic, "Classic," in a mixture of funky rhythms and throwback disco riffs.
  • Jason Isbell press photo

    Live Review: Jason Isbell Blasts Through Career-Spanning Set at Celebrate Brooklyn!

    Jason Isbell's star is on the rise. His new album Something More Than Free had the highest debut of his career on the charts this week and the follow-up to his 2013 breakout solo album Southeastern continues to gather critical acclaim. On the cusp of superstardom (that he so deserves), on Friday night (July 24), the country champion took on Brooklyn's Prospect Park as a part of BRIC's Celebrate Brooklyn! concert series.
  • Future's 'DS2' NYC Concert: Mike Will Made It, DJ Esco Let 'Futurehive' In The Trap

    Future's 'DS2' NYC Concert: Mike Will Made It, DJ Esco Let 'Futurehive' In The Trap

    July 22, rapper Future hit New York City's Highline Ballroom as his third stop on his four major city tour to celebrate the release of his latest album, DS2. After the location and time for the free pop-up concert was announced, early Wednesday morning, a sea of people rushed over to West 16th to lock in their spot for the private show and with the help of Mike Will Made It and DJ Esco, the night remained an unforgettable one.
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