Tyler, The Creator's Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival 2019 Coming In November

Tyler, The Creator

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Tyler, The Creator's Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival 2019 Coming In November

The fest will take place in Los Angeles on November 9 and 10 at Dodger Stadium

GRAMMYs/May 8, 2019 - 03:14 am

Tyler, the Creator has unveiled dates for this year's Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival. Posting a tour poster to Twitter, the GRAMMY-nominated rapper announced that the fest would take place November 9 and 10 at Los Angeles' Dodger Stadium.

This year's lineup has yet to be revealed, but last year saw performances from artists like KIDS SEE GHOSTS (a.k.a. Kanye West and Kid Cudi), Ms. Lauryn Hill, Earl Sweatshirt, BROCKHAMPTON, Tyler, the Creator himself and more.

The news comes just days before Tyler is set to release his new LP, IGOR, on May 17 via Columbia. 

Presale will be available on May 10 at 12pm PT. Get more details on Camp Flog Gnaw's website


Bonus Track: 2011 Pitchfork Music Festival

GRAMMYs/Dec 3, 2014 - 04:22 am

Welcome to The Set List. Here you'll find the latest concert recaps for many of your favorite, or maybe not so favorite, artists. Our bloggers will do their best to provide you with every detail of the show, from which songs were on the set list to what the artist was wearing to which out-of-control fan made a scene. Hey, it'll be like you were there. And if you like what you read, we'll even let you know where you can catch the artist on tour. Feel free to drop us a comment and let us know your concert experience. Oh, and rock on.

By Sarah Mudler

Chicago's Union Park was once again filled with a who's who of the music industry from July 15–17 for the 2011 Pitchfork Music Festival. Drawing more than 18,000 industry insiders and music fans alike each day, the festival is known for bringing together an eclectic lineup of more than 40 artists, many of whom are on the brink of breaking into the mainstream.

Headliners this year included the psychedelic sounds of Animal Collective on Friday, Seattle-based mellow rockers Fleet Foxes on Saturday and festival-favorites TV On The Radio on Sunday. With many of the more talked about bands playing earlier in the day throughout the weekend, it was no surprise that three-day passes sold out in a single day.

In addition to the headliners, the festival's Green stage played host to recently reunited rockers Guided By Voices and the Dismemberment Plan, and ambient punk rockers Deerhunter, while its sister stage (the Red stage) boasted such heavy hitters as hometown darling Neko Case, Australian synth-pop collective Cut Copy and, one of the most anticipated sets of the weekend, the untamable frontman Tyler, The Creator and his hip-hop outfit Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All. But when festivalgoers trekked over to the slightly hidden Blue stage, they were lucky enough to catch some truly buzzworthy acts. Electronic newcomer James Blake played the nicely shaded stage to a tightly packed and dancing crowd on Friday, while concertgoers the following day were wooed by the larger-than-life personality and stage attire of Zola Jesus.

Rounding out the festival grounds, attendees had the opportunity to seek shelter from the sun while perusing the handmade crafts and hard-to-find vinyl at the annual CHIRP Record Fair, as well as browse the one-of-a-kind concert posters from local and national artists at the Flatstock poster show.

In spite of the almost unbearable heat that plagued the Windy City all weekend, this year's installment of the Pitchfork Music Festival was a resounding success for artists and concertgoers alike. And this blogger would recommend that you get your tickets early next year as it's sure to sell out even faster!

Pitchfork Music Festival Sample Playlist
"Summertime Clothes" — Animal Collective (iTunes>)
"The Wilhelm Scream" — James Blake (iTunes>)
"Need You Now" — Cut Copy (iTunes>)
"Def Surrounds Us" — DJ Shadow (iTunes>)
"Hopelessness Blues" — Fleet Foxes (iTunes>)
"Bizness" — Tune-Yards (iTunes>)
"Wolf Like Me" — TV On The Radio (iTunes>)
"Sea Talk" — Zola Jesus (iTunes>)


Artists & Their Fans React To 2018 GRAMMY Nominations

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Artists & Their Fans React To 2018 GRAMMY Nominations

This morning's 2018 GRAMMY Awards nominations announcement prompted artists to hop onto social media to celebrate

GRAMMYs/Nov 29, 2017 - 02:23 am

The nominations for the 60th GRAMMY Awards have officially been announced!

Around the country and around the world, artists woke up this morning to find out they're one step closer to winning GRAMMY gold on Jan. 28, 2018, at New York City's historic Madison Square Garden. Many have already taken to Twitter and Instagram to share their excitement at this morning's happy news.

Let's take a look at a small collection of artists and their fans who were among the first hop online and celebrate today's announcement.

60th GRAMMY Awards: See The Complete Nominations List

Tyler, The Creator – Best Rap Album Nominee

Alessia Cara – Best New Artist, Song Of The Year, Best Pop Duo/Group Performance Nominee

Zedd – Best Pop Duo/Group Performance Nominee

Shakira – Best Latin Pop Album Nominee

Jazzmeia Horn – Best Jazz Vocal Album Nominee

Ledisi – Best R&B Performance, Best Traditional R&B Performance, Best R&B Album Nominee

August Burns Red – Best Metal Performance Nominee

Calvin Harris – Producer Of The Year, Non-Classical Nominee

Sylvan Esso – Best Dance/Electronic Album Nominee

Thomas Rhett – Best Country Album Nominee

Body Count – Best Metal Performance Nominee

The National – Best Alternative Music Album, Best Recording Package Nominee

Sara Caswell – Best Improvised Jazz Solo Nominee

Maren Morris – Best Country Solo Performance Nominee

Be sure to tune in to the 60th GRAMMY Awards on Jan. 28, 2018, broadcast live on CBS from Madison Square Garden in New York. The 60th GRAMMY Awards telecast will air from 7:30–11 p.m. ET/4:30–8 p.m. PT.

Tyler, The Creator Wins Best Rap Album For 'IGOR' | 2020 GRAMMYs

Tyler, The Creator & his mom

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Tyler, The Creator Wins Best Rap Album For 'IGOR' | 2020 GRAMMYs

Watch Tyler take home his first-ever GRAMMY win, for Best Rap Album, at the 62nd GRAMMY Awards

GRAMMYs/Jan 27, 2020 - 08:04 am

Tyler, The Creator has won Best Rap Album for IGOR at the 62nd GRAMMY Awards. This is his first ever GRAMMY win. Earlier in the show, he served up a (literally) lit performance of "EARFQUAKE" and "NEW MAGIC WAND" from IGOR.

In a tender moment, he brought his (crying and very excited) mother on stage to accept his golden gramophone. 

"Stick with me, I don't know if I'm gonna be up here again," Tyler said during his acceptance speech. "One: to my mother, you did a great job raising this guy," he said, looking to his mom and smiling.

Tyler beat out fellow category nominees Dreamville (Revenge Of The Dreamers III), Meek Mill (Championships), 21 Savage (I AM > I WAS), and YBN Cordae (The Lost Boy).

Last year, at the 61st GRAMMY Awards, Cardi B won Best Rap Album in a historic moment, being the first women to win the title.

Check out the complete 62nd GRAMMY Awards nominees and winners list here.

Tyler, The Creator Gives A Fiery Performance Of "NEW MAGIC WAND" At The 2020 GRAMMYs

Tyler, The Creator's Camp Flog Gnaw Lineup Announced
Tyler, The Creator

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Tyler, The Creator's Camp Flog Gnaw Lineup Announced

The sixth year of the rapper's annual music festival boasts a beastly lineup and possible hints at a surprise appearance

GRAMMYs/Aug 15, 2017 - 04:29 am

The 2017 lineup has just been announced for Tyler, The Creator's annual Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival at Exposition Park in Los Angeles, and it's a doozy.

Major headliners for the two-day festival include Lana Del Rey and Tyler, The Creator, who just last month battled for the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100, having both released their latest albums the same week. Del Rey squeaked ahead by roughly 1,000 albums sold to take No. 1. It was Tyler's first career No. 1 debut and Del Rey's second.

Additional acts announced include GRAMMY winners 2 Chainz, Solange, Kid Cudi, and Justice, a slew of past GRAMMY nominees, including A$AP Rocky, the Internet, Earl Sweatshirt, Kelis, and Kehlani, as well as tons of rising and freshly minted stars like Migos, Vince Staples, Brockhampton, Alison Wonderland, and Lil Yachty.

Careful readers will of course note that nearly every member of the original Odd Future lineup has also made the billing this year, with the notable exception of Frank Ocean. That said, there is still one blank spot on the lineup poster, and savvy eyes will pick up "+ special guest" in the announcement. So perhaps the door still remains open on the possibility of an impromptu Odd Future reunion during either Tyler, The Creator's or Earl Sweatshirt's sets. Guess we'll just have to wait and see.

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