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Governors Ball 2014

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Festival Review: Governors Ball 2014 – Day 3 (Vampire Weekend, Interpol, James Blake, + More)

By: Elaisha Green (@elaishajade) – The final day of the three-day Governors Ball festival kicked off with female West Coast natives Banks and Meg Myers. Sporting all black in the heat, Banks’ gentle vibrato was carried across the Gotham Stage. Downbeat tunes “Change”, “Warm Water”, and “Drowning” were highlights of her set. Earlier, Myers screeched into the microphone at the … Continue reading

Photos: Governors Ball 2014 – Day 3 (Vampire Weekend, Interpol, James Blake, + More)

Photos by Ashley Gheerawo – The third and final day of Governors Ball 2014 featured performances by New York City-based indie pop band Vampire Weekend, who released their third album, Modern Vampires of the City, on May 14th, 2013 via XL, which spawned the singles, “Diane Young”, “Ya Hey”, and “Unbelievers”, New York City-based post-rock … Continue reading

Photos: Governors Ball 2014 – Day 2 (Childish Gambino, The Naked and Famous + More)

By: Elaisha Green (@elaishajade) – Day two of Governors Ball at Randall’s Island saw a crowded and hot day with temperatures stretching to at least 32 degrees Celsius. Rocking dark shades, duo Jesse Cohen and Eric Emm of Tanlines faced the audience. Heads nodded along to synth powered “Brothers” as the group opened their performance. ‘Wouldn’t it … Continue reading

Festival Review + Photos: Governors Ball 2014 – Day 1 (Outkast, Phoenix + More)

By: Elaisha Green (@elaishajade) – The fourth annual Governors Ball kicked off with a moderate crowd milling between stages during the sunny day. Brooklyn based 4-piece Haerts opened the fest on the mainstage. In a chevron dress and with tambourine in hand, vocalist Nini Fabi crooned onto the festival grounds. They played signature hit “Wings” … Continue reading