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Lil Kim Says She’s Not Part of Lovers & Friends Festival Lineup

Earlier today, Goldenvoice announced that the Lovers & Friends Festival would take place in Carson, California this May and would feature a number of luminaries…
Daniel Kohn / February 18, 2020

Ms. Lauryn Hill, Usher, Ludacris, TLC and Lil Jon Highlight Lovers & Friends Fest Lineup

First, there was the Cruel World Fest. Now, there's Lovers & Friends Fest. A week after announcing the formation of the classic alternative…
Daniel Kohn / February 18, 2020

Stephen Malkmus Shares Unreleased Song, Adds Tour Dates

It's shaping up to be a busy 2020 for Stephen Malkmus. So far, Malkmus has a new album, Traditional Techniques, slated to be released in March and today,…
Daniel Kohn / February 18, 2020

Primus to Perform Rush’s A Farewell To Kings on Upcoming Tour

Primus covering an entire Rush album? You better believe it. The Bay Area trio announced that they'll be hitting the road this summer,…
Daniel Kohn / February 18, 2020

A Mark, A Mission, A Band, A Tour: Celebrating 20 Years of Dashboard Confessional

It’s Valentine’s Day and Chris Carrabba is a few hours away from performing in front of a sold-out crowd at The Wiltern in Los Angeles in…
Eran Ryan / February 18, 2020

The National Add North American Dates to Summer Tour

The National have added a bunch of North American dates to their upcoming summer tour. The tour kicks off in Shelburne, Vermont on July…
Daniel Kohn / February 18, 2020

Korn and Faith No More Join Forces for 2020 Summer Tour

Korn and Faith No More have announced that they are co-headlining a North American tour. The tour will start on Aug. 7 in…
Emily Tan / February 18, 2020

The Strokes Release “Bad Decisions” From Upcoming Album

It's been a busy year so far for The Strokes. At their New Year's Eve show in Brooklyn, the band performed a new…
Daniel Kohn / February 18, 2020

Bright Eyes Announce 2020 Tour Dates

Bright Eyes are finally going on tour. After revealing that they were working on new music and announced a limited number of comeback performances, Bright Eyes…
Emily Tan / February 18, 2020

King Krule Shares Animated Video for “Cellular”

King Krule is gearing up for a busy year. Before releasing his new album, Man Alive! on Friday (Feb. 21), King Krule has…
Emily Tan / February 18, 2020

Foo Fighters Announce 25th Anniversary Van Tour

This is a big year for Dave Grohl and the Foo Fighters. Not only is it the band's 25th anniversary, but the band has apparently…
Daniel Kohn / February 18, 2020

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds Announce North American Tour Dates

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds will head to North America this fall for 15 dates beginning in Minneapolis in September. They'll be…
Daniel Kohn / February 18, 2020

Pearl Jam Shares Second Single “Superblood Wolfmoon”

A little under a week after sharing a snippet of the song by having listeners point their phones at the moon, Pearl Jam has released…
Emily Tan / February 18, 2020

Ozzy Osbourne Cancels Entire No More Tours 2 Slate

On the week his new album, Ordinary Man, is set to land in stores and on streaming services, Ozzy Osbourne has canceled his No More Tours…
Daniel Kohn / February 17, 2020

Bon Iver to Perform Wisconsin Shows to Spark 2020 Presidential Election Vote

Bon Iver wants their Wisconsin fans to head to the polls in November. In order to persuade them, the band is putting on three special concerts in…
Emily Tan / February 17, 2020

Andrew Weatherall, DJ and Producer Behind Screamadelica , Dies at 56

Andrew Weatherall, the British DJ and record producer known for his work on Primal Scream’s Screamadelica, died on Monday (Feb. 17) from a pulmonary embolism.
Emily Tan / February 17, 2020

Adele Plans to Release New Album in September

Adele hasn't released anything since her Grammy-winning 25 in 2015. Her manager had teased that she'll be dropping new material this year, however, fans will be happy…
Emily Tan / February 17, 2020

Chance the Rapper Was Joined by Lil Wayne, DJ Khaled and Quavo at the NBA All-Star Game Halftime Show

Chance the Rapper had the best of both worlds: he didn't have to travel far to go to the NBA All-Star Game and was the…
Daniel Kohn / February 16, 2020

David Byrne Announces Second Run of American Utopia Broadway Dates

If you missed the once in a lifetime opportunity to see one of the first 121 performances of David Byrne’s concert tour-turned-Broadway hit, American Utopia,…
Josh Chesler / February 16, 2020
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