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Aug 11, 2013

Last weekend, Gothenburg, Sweden hosted the sixth annual Way Out West Festival. We sent writer/photographer Laura Studarus and photographer Helen Boast down to cover the action. Check out their gallery featuring Taken By Trees, Iris DeMent, Public Enemy, Cat Power, James Blake, Danny Brown, Little Boots, Kendrick Lamar, and Disclosure. More

Aug 09, 2013

This weekend, Gothenburg, Sweden hosts the sixth annual Way Out West Festival. We sent writer/photographer Laura Studarus down to cover the action. Check out her photos of Angel Haze, Of Monsters and Men, HAIM, Bat For Lashes, Håkan Hellström, Miguel, and The Knife. More

Aug 08, 2013

This weekend, Gothenburg, Sweden hosts the sixth annual Way Out West Festival. We sent photographer Helen Boast and writer/photographer Laura Studarus down to cover the action. Check out their gallery featuring Omar Souleyman, Beach House, Tame Impala, Autre Ne Veut, Alabama Shakes, Jupiter & Okwess International, Junip, and Crystal Fighters. More

Playlist: Way Out West 2013

Festival Runs August 8-10 in Gothenburg, Sweden

Aug 05, 2013

August 8 marks the beginning of Way Out West in Gothenburg, Sweden. Ahead of that, here’s a playlist with a few artists we’re excited to see. More




Reviews

Aug 12, 2013

Sheets of rain greeted festival attendees on day three of Way Out West. Over drinks, festival co-founder Joel Borg joked that their goal is to be one of the prettiest festivals in the rain. Judging by the surprising lack of mud puddles at the end of the deluge, he may be able to hang that mission-accomplished banner now. More

Aug 11, 2013

Tired from indulging in a late night Stay Out West show? Yup! Ready to do it again? Yup! Particularly excited that day two of Way Out West was stacked with Under the Radar favorites, including HAIM, Local Natives, Bat For Lashes, Håkan Hellström, and The Knife? Duh.

Aug 10, 2013

The sixth annual edition of Gothenberg Sweden’s Way Out West festival looked like it would be threatened by rain. But by the time the gates opened at the Slottsskogen Park, it was a postcard-ready first day. While headliners Neil Young and Crazy Horse were no-shows due to an accident that forced them to cancel the remaining dates on their tour, the spirit was hardly dampened thanks to impressive sets from Jupiter and Okwess International, Junip, Tame Impala, Omar Souleyman, and Autre Ne Veut. More