Wovenhand’s electrifying performance represented what Cornerstone was all about for me.
Music comes alive in a way unlike any other when it’s shared with others.
The trio played an excellent set in support of their “Trust” album — and paid tribute to Mister Rogers.
Fine China’s breathy, ’80s-inspired pop music was a nice change of pace at Cornerstone.
Featuring Jason Martin, Jeff Cloud, Richard Swift, and Frank Lenz.
The Chrindie emo giants tear it up in Bushnell, Illinois.
I don’t usually get up before 5am, but when I do, it’s to watch The Cure perform their greatest album live.
I never got to see The Prayer Chain live back in the day, but they’re in fine form here.
Not as cool as a Cornerstone generator stage or sauna-like tent, but still pretty great.
With this recent performance, Low prove they’re still as captivating a live act as ever.
A good reminder that The Cure really have released a mind-blowing amount of amazing music over the years.
And just in case you were wondering, there is a cover of Drake’s “Hotline Bling.”
It’s one of the best Arcade Fire songs to date — and a nice tease for their upcoming concert film.
Antony Harding’s ephemeral music holds up pretty well in a live setting.
I daresay they’re some of the best material The Cure has produced in quite some time.
Hopefully, this performance is a sign that new things are coming from the trio; it’s been far too long.
The shoegaze reunions continue with this stripped down acoustic performance.
All I can think is that I’ve waited two decades for this moment… and it is everything I could’ve hoped for.
It took place on April 10, 1980 in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.