Since appearing in the Los Angeles EDM scene in the mid-2010s, electronic music collective Brownies & Lemonade has grown exponentially—with a cult following to match. Known for their off-the-walls, if-you-know-you-know shows, they've hosted everything from underground pop-ups and open aux concerts to high-profile artist showcases and curated festival stages.
The powerhouse brand's latest stop was in Chicago at Lollapalooza, which was the first major multi-genre festival to surface since the onset of the pandemic. Following a July 30th stage takeover, B&L headed to Chop Shop for a sold-out July 31st aftershow that proved larger than life. With its packed audience, stacked lineup and multitude of merch-clad fans, one thing became instantly clear: B&L's influence has now captured the country.
Watch Platinum-Certified Rapper Masked Wolf Drop Unreleased Collab With Tiësto
Tiësto has teamed up with the man behind "Astronaut in the Ocean," one of 2021's biggest sleeper hits, for a brand new collab.
Here Are the Lost Lands 2021 Set Times and Day-to-Day Schedules
Performances from Excision, Getter, Rusko, and Virtual Riot are among countless can't-miss sets from Lost Lands 2021.
Porter Robinson Highlights Anthony Fantano's Infamous "Worlds" Album Review During Festival Set
Anthony Fantano has published hundreds of album reviews, but few have driven the controversy compared to his take on Porter Robinson's debut.
Chet Porter checked all the boxes when it came to cathartic anthems like "Bummed" (a collab with Alison Wonderland) and "Language" by Porter Robinson. Peekaboo later flexed a hypnotizing hold over his audience, plunging the crowd into a soundscape of dark and devastating bass while Moore Kismet opted for a riveting blend of saturated drums and glitchy growls.
Check out our photo gallery of the "All Stars & Friends" aftershow below.