Interviews

The Meadows: Flor Talks About Their Unique Sound

By: Anna Glinski// Photography by: Anna Glinski & Sarah Waxberg//   Soundigest got to sit down and talk with the guys in Flor this past weekend at The Meadows. The Fueled by Ramen alt synth-pop band recently put out their debut album come out. you’re hiding. earlier this year, which features jams like “heart” and “hold […]

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Interviews

The Meadows: DREAMERS Talk Transcendence, Touring, and Experiences

By: Anna Glinski// Photography by: Anna Glinski & Sarah Waxberg//   Last weekend, we got to catch cosmic rock trio DREAMERS at The Meadows Arts & Music Festival in Queens, New York. The band put out their debut album, This Album Does Not Exist last year, which features jams like “Sweet Disaster” and “Painkiller.” The Los […]

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Reviews

The Meadows: Food, Art & Culture

By: Anna Glinski// Okay… let’s talk The Meadows. The festival took place this past weekend at Citi Field in Flushing, New York, and it featured artists like Jay-Z, Gorillaz, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Future, Nas, M.I.A. and many others. We have another post that analyzes the musical aspect of the festival, but this is […]

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Live Music, Reviews

The Meadows: Music Highlights

By: Anna Glinski// Photography by: Sarah Waxberg & Anna Glinski//   We, along with thousands of others, spent this past weekend at The Meadows Music & Arts Festival at Citi Field in Flushing, NY. The festival, produced by Founders Entertainment, brought out some of the biggest names and variety in music to Queens. The creators successfully […]

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Live Music

Self Help Fest Rocks Philly

By: Anna Glinski// Photos By: Sarah Waxberg// This past weekend, A Day to Remember brought their Self Help Festival back to Philadelphia, PA. Starting in 2014, after extensively touring the world and playing more festivals than even imaginable, the band decided to create their own music festival around the theme of music as a positive, […]

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Music & Culture

One Year of Soundigest

To all of our readers, One year ago today, at the click of a button, I launched my biggest project to date and you are looking at it. The months of preparation that it took to put this website together had me wondering at times whether or not the end result would be worth it. […]

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Music & Culture

The Manchester Arena Attack: A Letter From The Editors

Dear Readers, When we first launched Soundigest, our initial game plan was to celebrate all that live music is, and by doing that we’d be sparing our readers from a lot of “hard news,” which as we all know can be both tragic and devastating. Our goal was to make our readers feel as though they were […]

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Reviews

Five Tracks We Love: April 2017

“Biking” – Tyler, the Creator, Jay-Z & Frank Ocean It’s easy to forget that Frank Ocean came into his own back when he was a member of Odd Future with songs like “Analog 2” and “White.” Years later, even though Frank has distanced himself from his Odd Future persona and his record label, his friendship […]

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Live Music

I Saw Ed Sheeran Live in Glasgow!

By: Anna Glinski// Earlier this month, I found myself at yet another concert overseas— this time in Glasgow, Scotland. I planned my trip to the UK around Ed Sheeran’s Divide Tour, as I thought it would be an interesting experience to see Ed perform in his home country. Once again, I found myself in another […]

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