Chris Kissel is a writer based in Los Angeles.
Chris Robinson Discusses New Music + Gathering Inspiration at Mountain Jam [VIDEO]
Chris Robinson stopped to chat at Mountain Jam 2016 about the spacey sound of his new music and the preoccupations that fuel it.
Warren Haynes Discusses Mountain Jam’s Present and Future [VIDEO]
Warren Haynes talked with Diffuser about how Mountain Jam, the festival he helps put together every year at Hunter Mountain, NY, balances its adventurous nature with its jam band history.
Beck Plays Energetic, Sophisticated Set at Mountain Jam
We've seen some truly amazing music at Mountain Jam so far. But for full on entertainment value, no one beats Beck.
Mountain Jam 2016 in Pictures — The Best Live Moments
We’re posted up at Mountain Jam all weekend, capturing some of the best moments from the stage and posting them in the gallery here.
Train Covers Led Zeppelin and Umphrey’s McGee Goes Far Out at Mountain Jam, Day One
On the first day of Mountain Jam 2016, Train brought a full-album cover of 'Led Zeppelin II' and Umphrey's McGee offered three hours of proggy, precise jamming.
The Nine Best Things We Saw at Mountain Jam: Day One
Here are just a few of the best, oddest, and most amazing things we saw on Mountain Jam 2016's first day.
21 Artists Indebted to Rage Against the Machine
Rage Against the Machine may be long gone, but they helped inspire a new era of political antagonism in music.
Five Years Ago: Foo Fighters Strip Rock to the Molten Core With ‘Wasting Light’
Dave Grohl knew from the start what he wanted the Foos' 2011 album to be: a pure and simple rock statement that cuts straight to the pleasure center.
Warren Haynes On New Gov’t Mule Live Releases + Life After the Allman Brothers
Warren Haynes is celebrating Gov't Mule's 20th anniversary the right way -- by putting out a bunch of great music.
Greedy Trick-or-Treater Caught Taking Fistfuls of Candy From Halloween ‘Honor Bowl’
Bill Michaels, a radio personality in Davenport, Iowa, decided to conduct a little Halloween experiment. Instead of answering his front door for each and every trick-or-treater, he set an 'honor bowl' full of candy on his front porch with a sign that read: "Take One, Please.”