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  • Review: Midnight Divide's 'Dichotomy' is a thrilling emotional experience

    Review: Midnight Divide's 'Dichotomy' is a thrilling emotional experience

    Los Angeles-based alternative rock band Midnight Divide’s recently released second EP Dichotomy is one of the summer’s best new records. It's cathartic, hard-driving and introspective in a way that never feels ponderous. Its four songs create a musical experience that feels equally appropriate for...
  • City of the Sun announce fall North American tour dates

    City of the Sun announce fall North American tour dates

    On Sept. 6, indie rock band City of the Sun announced plans to tour the United States and Canada this fall. As part of their latest sojourn across North America, the group will be playing shows at venues in Philadelphia, Boston, Cleveland, Detroit, Salt Lake City, Denver Chicago, Covington, New York...
  • Say Anything coming to Dallas for two-night concert appearance

    Say Anything coming to Dallas for two-night concert appearance

    Say Anything is hitting the road on what is going to be a unique and can’t miss tour that will stretch from the Thanksgiving holiday through the start of 2018. This is the In Defense Anniversary Tour and it will hit the DFW area for a huge two-night event at Trees in Dallas. Tickets for these...
  • Joywave is more than content with their new album

    Interview: Daniel Armbruster of Joywave talks 'Content,' music videos and NHL chants

    Content is king. That expression, first coined by Bill Gates in 1996, has become one of the defining maxims of the modern world. But as the philosophy has been adopted and integrated into all facets of our online life, it has also set up a dehumanizing dynamic, in which the photos, tweets and...
  • The Killers announce second STAPLES Center show on Feb. 2; tickets on sale Aug. 11

    The Killers announce second STAPLES Center show on Feb. 2; tickets on sale Aug. 11

    The Killers are coming back for more. Due to popular demand, The Killers have added a second show at the STAPLES Center in Los Angeles on Friday, Feb. 2. This is in addition to their previously announced show the night before, on Thursday Feb. 1. Tickets for both shows will go on sale tomorrow, Aug...
  • Interview: Andy Hull of Manchester Orchestra explains songwriting approach, band name and new release

    Interview: Andy Hull of Manchester Orchestra explains songwriting approach, band name and new release

    When you hear the name Manchester Orchestra, the first thing that may come to mind is a large orchestral performance, with a conductor and multiple instruments, in the city Manchester. But, Manchester Orchestra is actually far from that. The four-piece indie rock band has been around since 2004, and...
  • Watch: Gorillaz boogie down in new 'Strobelite' 3D video

    Watch: Gorillaz boogie down in new 'Strobelite' 3D video

    Gorillaz show off their dance moves in their latest video "Strobelite" featuring Peven Everett, taken from their new album Humanz. Directed by Raoul Skinbeck, the clip features the animated band in 3D form dancing on a live-action disco floor. Keep your eye out for cameos by Vince Staples and Jenny...
  • Circa Survive and Thrice co-headline huge Dallas concert in November

    Circa Survive and Thrice co-headline huge Dallas concert in November

    Circa Survive and Thrice are heading out on a co-headlining tour this year and will have a pair of bands in support as well. This huge concert event is coming to Dallas for a show at The Bomb Factory on Nov. 7. Tickets for this huge concert event are on sale right now here at AXS (Tickets). Circa...
  • Perfume Genius bringing solo show to Dallas in October

    Perfume Genius bringing solo show to Dallas in October

    Perfume Genius has added dates to his tour slate this year. What was originally set up as a nine-city tour with The xx that completely skipped out on coming to Texas has now added a Dallas date. Perfume Genius will hit the DFW area for a concert at the South Side Music Hall in Dallas on Oct....
  • Buckethead announces fall US tour

    Buckethead announces fall US tour

    This fall, brilliant and bizarre guitarist Buckethead will be heading out on tour. The ex-Guns N’ Roses member will play shows in Colorado, Utah, Idaho, Oregon and Seattle, Wash.’s own The Showbox beginning in September. As reported by Jam Base on Aug. 2, the genre blending musician will be hitting...
  • Watch: Glass Animals release new video for 'Agnes'

    Watch: Glass Animals release new video for 'Agnes'

    Glass Animals' latest album How To Be A Human Being was recently shortlisted for the 2017 Hyundai Mercury Prize, and it's well deserved. The album has been streamed over 80 million times just on Spotify, and today, they just released a video for the last track on the album, "Agnes."  The video...
  • Deer Tick announce pair of Boston New Year's Eve shows

    Deer Tick announce pair of Boston New Year's Eve shows

    Anyone looking for something fun to do on New Year’s Eve now has an exciting new option. On Aug. 1, alternative rock band Deer Tick announced plans to celebrate the coming of 2018 by playing shows on Dec. 30-31 at Cambridge, Mass.’s own The Sinclair. Both shows will begin at 9 p.m. EST and tickets...
  • Mondo Cozmo announces 'Plastic Soul' US tour

    Mondo Cozmo announces 'Plastic Soul' US tour

    Beginning later this month, singer-songwriter Mondo Cozmo will start an extensive tour of the United States. The veteran rocker is hitting the road in support of his debut album, Plastic Soul, which is due out Aug. 4. Mondo Cozmo will be performing at venues in Los Angeles, Washington DC...
  • Fiddler's Green August 2017 concert calendar: The Lumineers, Idina Menzel and more

    Fiddler's Green August 2017 concert calendar: The Lumineers, Idina Menzel and more

    As the calendar flips over to August, Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre is gearing up for a month heavy on country music and culture. In addition to shows from country stars both old and new, Fiddler’s will be hosting a night of music and comedy featuring two of the biggest comedians from the South. That...
  • Our Lady Peace announces 20th anniversary tour for 'Clumsy'

    Our Lady Peace announces 20th anniversary tour for 'Clumsy'

    The 1997 album Clumsy by alternative rockers Our Lady Peace is considered one of the greatest albums ever released by a Canadian band. Now, the group is hitting the road for a special run of shows celebrating their seminal album. The band’s fall tour will kick off on Oct. 20 at Upstate Concert Hall...
  • Butthole Surfers to record first new album in 16 years

    Butthole Surfers to record first new album in 16 years

    For the first time in nearly two decades, alternative rock legends Butthole Surfers are planning to record a new album. Earlier this month, the Austin Chronicle revealed that long time Surfers engineer Stuart Sullivan mentioned that the group is heading back in the studio during a meeting with the...
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    Photos: Glass Animals and Little Dragon get down in the rain at Red Rocks

    As the saying goes, when it rains, it pours. So it went on Wednesday night at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, as light rain gave way to a torrential downpour during the electro pop double-header of Glass Animals and Little Dragon. The show went into a rain delay midway through Glass Animals’ performance but...
  • New wave pioneer Gary Numan adds tour dates in support of new album

    New wave pioneer Gary Numan adds tour dates in support of new album

    If you were to pick just one song that defined the sound of the ‘80s, “Cars” by Gary Numan would be a solid choice. With it’s driving synthesizers and Numan’s flat vocal delivery, the song is emblematic of the new wave sound that took over pop music during the first half of the decade. Numan has...
  • Big Thief announce pair of NYC shows at Music Hall of Williamsburg

    Big Thief announce pair of NYC shows at Music Hall of Williamsburg

    Indie rock group Big Thief have added two new shows to their current tour in support of their recently-released second album Capacity. On Sept. 11-12, the band will perform in their hometown of Brooklyn, New York at the Music Hall of Williamsburg. In addition to being an opportunity for East Coast...
  • Wolf Parade announces fall North American tour

    Wolf Parade announces fall North American tour

    On July 24, Canadian indie rock band Wolf Parade announced plans to tour North America this fall. The group is hitting the road in support of their forthcoming album Cry Cry Cry. The group’s upcoming tour dates will take them to venues in New Orleans, Dallas, Cleveland, Philadelphia, Brooklyn...
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