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  • 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...
  • Silversun Pickups to tour North America this fall

    Silversun Pickups to tour North America this fall

    Following their successful U.S. tour earlier this year, alt-rockers Silversun Pickups announced today that they will be barnstorming through North America again this fall. The band's latest jaunt across the continent will take them to venues in Chicago, Washington D.C., New York, Philadelphia and...
  • Arkells to tour the United States this fall

    Arkells to tour the United States this fall

    Earlier today, Canadian alt-rock outfit Arkells announced that they will be touring the United States this fall. The band's last full-length album was 2016’s Morning Report, and they released a new song called “Knocking at the Door” in April. The group’s U.S. dates will see them visit venues in...
  • Santiago Felipe for FYF Fest

    Missy Elliott and Björk issue a powerful reminder of their legacies on day one of FYF 2017

    Missy Elliott and Björk are the definition of incomparable artists: If for some sad and mysterious reason your friends had never heard of them, you would struggle to come up with musical reference points. Performing back-to-back on the main stage, both issued a vivid reminder of their singular...
  • Watch Noah Gundersen discuss his new album and upcoming tour

    Watch Noah Gundersen discuss his new album and upcoming tour

    Noah Gundersen's sound and look has changed over the years, but it seems as if he finally has found his place in the music world. The singer/songwriter has been creating music his whole life, and recently just announced a new album White Noise out on Sept. 22 and a North American fall tour, where he...
  • Nothing But Thieves announce sophomore album and fall tour, share video for 'Sorry'

    Nothing But Thieves announce sophomore album and fall tour, share video for 'Sorry'

    The British alt rock band Nothing But Thieves has announced a tour in support of their highly anticipated sophomore album Broken Machine, which is due out Sept. 8. Nothing But Thieves launches their tour on Oct. 11 at the Constellation Room in Santa Ana, CA and remains on the road through Nov....
  • HAIM announce North American tour in support of new album 'Something to Tell You'

    HAIM announce North American tour in support of new album 'Something to Tell You'

    The trio of sisters in HAIM recently released the video for their new single “Want You Back.” a song whose sentiment is no doubt shared by fans who have been waiting four years for a follow up to their debut album Days Are Gone. Today, those fans got their wish, as HAIM announced a fall tour in...
  • Interview: Milky Chance talk branching out on 'Blossom'

    Interview: Milky Chance talk branching out on 'Blossom'

    Milky Chance took over the airwaves in 2013 with “Stolen Dance,” a track that went viral online before breaking out as a radio hit. Clemens Rehbein and Philipp Dausch, the duo behind Milky Chance, soon realized they were onto something and hashed out a debut album, Sadnecessary. Four years later...
  • 5 best Queens of the Stone Age lyrics

    5 best Queens of the Stone Age lyrics

    Behind the driving guitars of their hard rock sound, Queens of the Stone Age prove time and again that they are one of the best lyric-producers of their generation. Despite an ever-shifting lineup of band members, frontman Josh Homme has consistently managed to put out excellent work, proving he...
  • The Flaming Lips and Mac DeMarco coming to the Santa Barbara Bowl on Oct. 6

    The Flaming Lips and Mac DeMarco coming to the Santa Barbara Bowl on Oct. 6

    Two generations of alt rock favorites will be coming to the Santa Barbara Bowl in October, as The Flaming Lips and Mac DeMarco have announced a co-headlining show at the iconic venue on Oct. 6. Pre sale for the concert begins on June 22, with general on sale kicking off the following day, Fri., June...
  • Five must-see artists at Electric Forest 2017

    Five must-see artists at Electric Forest 2017

    Electric Forest 2017 is drawing ever closer, bringing with it some of the best artists for two jam-packed weekends of fun in Michigan. With this year's impressive lineup, the festival has made sure to offer both the finest electronic acts, while also mixing in a variety of more traditional bands and...
  • Glass Animals announce North American fall tour dates

    Glass Animals announce North American fall tour dates

    Today, Glass Animals announced that they will return to North America for a fall tour in support of their latest album How To Be A Human Being, which was released last August. The four-person indie-rock band from England is making their rounds this summer in the festival circuit, but will make stops...
  • Alt rock supergroup DREAMCAR adds second show at LA's Fonda Theatre

    Alt rock supergroup DREAMCAR adds second show at LA's Fonda Theatre

    DREAMCAR -- the new supergroup featuring Davey Havok of AFI and Tony Kanal, Tom Dumont and Adrian Young of No Doubt -- are planning something special for their hometown fans. The band will bring it’s neon-colored new wave music to the Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles on Aug. 12. Pre-sale for the show...
  • Interpol: Why they're your favorite band

    Interpol: Why they're your favorite band

    This year marks the 15th anniversary of when most people discovered Interpol, otherwise known as a decade and a half since the release of their album Turn On The Bright Lights. The career-defining album remains the strongest in their repertoire, so much as to spawn a special tour in its honor, which...
  • Arcade Fire: Why they're your favorite band

    Arcade Fire: Why they're your favorite band

    Alternative rock icons Arcade Fire have just stormed back onto the music scene with a new video and tour dates for the massive Infinite Content tour. Since they have skyrocketed to fame, most people are now familiar with who Arcade Fire are, and for many fans the band has become akin to a religion...
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