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  • The Chainsmokers release new song, 'Sick Boy'

    The Chainsmokers release new song, 'Sick Boy'

    The Chainsmokers released a brand-new song this week and it is unlike almost any single the band has released to date. The Grammy-award winning band behind the hit dance song "Don't Let Me Down" has just released a much more introspective song that sounds very similar to Twenty One Pilots. The song...
  • Dave Matthews Band announces new album, two-night Fiddler's Green run

    Dave Matthews Band announces new album, two-night Fiddler's Green run

    Colorado has already hosted many memorable moments in Dave Matthews Band history. In 2018, Dave looks to add to his rocky mountain legacy with a two-night run at Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre. DMB will hit Fiddler's the weekend of August 24-25, kicking off the final leg of his extensive North...
  • 5 best Fall Out Boy music videos

    5 best Fall Out Boy music videos

    Ever since Fall Out Boy took off with "Sugar, We're Going Down," they've come out with rock hit after rock hit--and all the while, they've had great videos to go along with each single. In fact, the band has become known for their music videos, from ones capturing their energetic live performances...
  • House of Vans to premiere first ever snowboard film for free at Denver's Ogden Theatre

    House of Vans to premiere first ever snowboard film for free at Denver's Ogden Theatre

    House of Vans is pulling out all the stops for their upcoming snowboard film, and rightly so. "Landline" marks the first full-length snowboard film for the classic skate shoe company. And just as Vans goes way back, so too does "Landline" in it’s cinematography. The film was shot in 16mm, providing...
  • The ladies of SuicideGirls' Blackheart Burlesque will head out on a North American tour this coming spring.

    Suicide Girls Blackheart Burlesque announces 2018 tour

    Forget the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show. The actual sexiest show on the planet will be traveling across the country this coming spring, as the SuicideGirls have announced a 31-date North American tour for their one-of-a-kind Blackheart Burlesque show to start on March 3 in Los Angeles. The...
  • Angus & Julia Stone play second to last show on tour at the Fonda Theatre in LA

    Angus & Julia Stone play second to last show on tour at the Fonda Theatre in LA

    Last night, Australian brother/sister duo Angus & Julia Stone made their second to last stop of their tour in support of their latest album Snow. The sold out show at the Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles featured an eclectic mix of the bands extensive catalog. The band has had hits from all four of...
  • AXS picks: The best albums of 2017

    AXS picks: The best albums of 2017

    2017 might have disappointed us in many ways, but music was not one of them. Many can say hip-hop reigned supreme—with releases from Kendrick Lamar, JAY-Z, Tyler, the Creator and many other heavy hitters—but the music world as a whole did not let us down. In addition to hip-hop making an impressive...
  • Listen: Death Cab for Cutie celebrate 20th anniversary with release of audio from first performance

    Listen: Death Cab for Cutie celebrate 20th anniversary with release of audio from first performance

    In news that will likely make Millennial music fans feel very old, seminal 2000s indie rock band Death Cab for Cutie turned 20 earlier this week. In celebration of such the band’s porcelain anniversary, the group has released a Dictaphone recording of their very first performance. As noted by...
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    'We had to do it': Silversun Pickups talk Nov. 25 Puerto Rico benefit show at LA's Theatre at Ace Hotel

    Although the story has fallen out of the headlines, the people of Puerto Rico are still desperate for help following the devastation of Hurricane Maria. Two months after the powerful category 4 storm made landfall on Sept. 20, less than half of the country has access to power and one-in-ten Puerto...
  • Shinobi Ninja brings unique buffet of sounds to rock

    Shinobi Ninja brings unique buffet of sounds to rock

    Shinobi Ninja did something that few other bands in this new generation of rock music rarely do -- they decided to shoot a video from a cell phone. In 2014 the Brooklyn-based band whipped out a cell phone and shot an entire music video for the single “What If Times,” a single that will make you feel...
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    Photos: Tennis serenade the crowd the Fonda Theatre in LA

    On Nov. 16, husband and wife duo Tennis made a stop at the Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles as part of their current North American tour in support of their latest EP We Can Die Happy which was just released this month and latest studio album Yours Conditionally which was released back in March...
  • Father John Misty gives details on next album, including song titles

    Father John Misty gives details on next album, including song titles

    Father John Misty is getting ready to release a brand-new album for his fans and recently spoke to Uncut about the upcoming effort. In the interview, Josh Tillman explained when he wrote the album, what fans can expect from the songs, and even dropped a few song titles to whet the appetite of his...
  • Cornelius announces 2018 North American tour, remixes Empire of the Sun

    Cornelius announces 2018 North American tour, remixes Empire of the Sun

    The great, indescribable Japanese multi-instrumentalist and producer Cornelius is returning to North America next year for a newly-announced tour. Cornelius (aka Keigo Oyamada) and his band will be returning to Los Angeles for a show at the Fonda Theatre on March 20. Other dates include a March...
  • Win a pair of tickets to Tennis at the Fonda Theatre

    Win a pair of tickets to Tennis at the Fonda Theatre

    Husband and wife duo Tennis are currently on tour after releasing and album and an EP earlier this year. They will be stopping at the Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles on Nov. 16 as part of the run. AXS is giving away a pair of tickets to the show.  Related: Catching up wth Tennis at Coachella about...
  • Listen to Names' icy and hypnotic debut single 'Limb by Limb'

    Listen to Names' icy and hypnotic debut single 'Limb by Limb'

    Last month, United Kingdom- hailing alt-pop band Names released their fantastic debut single, “Limb by Limb.” The hypnotic and icy track chronicles the painful dissolution of romantic relationship, the kind of agonizing soul crushing breakup that you never really recover from. Sonically, the single...
  • Interview: Mutts' Mike Maimone talks new EP, how to stay positive and coming together as people

    Interview: Mutts' Mike Maimone talks new EP, how to stay positive and coming together as people

    With so much conflict and unrest happening in the world right now, it can be hard to stay positive. It’s even harder when it feels like your personal life is unraveling before you. That’s the position Chicago band Mutts found themselves in after a string of unfortunate events: their van broke down...
  • Imagine Dragons to headline annual Channel 93.3 Not So Silent Night at 1STBANK Center

    Imagine Dragons to headline annual Channel 93.3 Not So Silent Night at 1STBANK Center

    Christmas is coming early for Imagine Dragons fans in Denver as the alt rock group has been announced as the headliner for the annual Channel 93.3 Not So Silent Night event at the 1STBANK Center in Broomfield. Imagine Dragons will headline the Dec. 2 event alongside Dashboard Confessional, Banners...
  • The Killers add select North American dates in December 2017

    The Killers add select North American dates in December 2017

    The Killers recently released their new album Wonderful Wonderful on Sept. 22, 2017 by Island Records. It's the first studio album since 2012's Battle Born that took several years to complete due to each member of the band living in different states. In support of that album, The Killers will embark...
  • Interview: Birds of Bellwoods to play Toronto’s Mod Club Theatre

    Interview: Birds of Bellwoods to play Toronto’s Mod Club Theatre

    Emerging out of Toronto’s music scene is the alt-folk band Birds of Bellwoods. Likened to Mumford & Sons, The Lumineers and Arkells, the quartet is known for their unique ability to blend storytelling with lovely harmonies and strong musical talent. Stephen Joffe (lead vocals/mandolin), Adrian...
  • 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...
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