Backstage at Lollapalooza in Chicago, the New Orleans-based group dissect the city's influence on their sound and discuss the recording process behind their most recent album.
"I'm transitioning to being a live act, so being able to sing at Lolla for the first time was a really amazing accomplishment," the L.A.-based singer/DJ/producer shared, beaming, right after her big Lolla moment.
Brothers Adam, Jack and Ryan (AJR) sat down with the Recording Academy before their Lollapalooza set to talk fan mashups, dream collabs and more.
While On The Road At Lollapalooza 2019, Chelsea Cutler tells the Recording Academy about how her 'Brent' EP came together and how leaving her home in New York for Connecticut helped her creative process.
As Lollapalooza 2019 comes to a close, join the Recording Academy in a look back at some of the performers who got the iconic Chicago music festival grooving this year: Alesso, Loud Luxury, SHAED, Chelsea Cutler, Natoma and more.
While On The Road at Lollapalooza 2019, French DJ/Producer Madeon sat down with the Recording Academy to talk about his Good Faith Live show and upcoming sophomore album of the same name, writing "Shelter" with Porter Robinson and more.
The Recording Academy sat down with the GRAMMY-nominated Swedish DJ/producer to chat about the big show, remixing his own single and getting back to his progressive house roots.
While On The Road At Lollapalooza 2019, Norwegian DJ and producer Matoma sat down with the Recording Academy to talk about his single "Bruised Not Broken," working with MNEK, when his next single is coming out and more.
While On The Road at Lollapalooza 2019, rising electropop trio SHAED sat down with the Recording Academy to talk about living the dream as they travel the world, the meaning behind their hit song "Trampoline" and new music and unannounced collabrations that they have in store.
While On The Road at Lollapalooza 2019, L.A. Producer/DJ Elephante chatted with the Recording Academy about his latest single, "Diamond Days," upcoming tour, how he "keeps it fresh" and more.
While On The Road at Newport Folk Festival 2019, GRAMMY-winning folk icon Judy Collins stopped by to chat with the Recording Academy about the first time she attended the famous fest in 1963, the then-unknown performers she rubbed shoulders with (Peter, Paul and Mary, Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell), what the fest means to her and more.
While On The Road at Newport Folk Fest 2019, Yola graced us with her infectious energy and opened up about her breakout album Walk Through Fire, working with Dan Auerbach and what it means to be the Queen of Country Soul.
Amy Ray of the Indigo Girls sits down with the Recording Academy at Newport Folk Festival to talk new Indigo Girls music, racism and sexism in the music industry and that time she met
Nashville singer/songwriter Parker Millsap reveals how his electrifying cover of Sly Stone’s "Everyday People" came to be and relays his thoughts and feelings about playing at such an historic folk festival.
The funky dance music duo shares the importance of going back to their musical roots on their latest album.