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  • Boston Celtics continuing to battle injuries in playoffs

    Boston Celtics continuing to battle injuries in playoffs

    It’s no secret that the Boston Celtics have sorely missed Kyrie Irving and Gordon Hayward in these playoffs. While Hayward has missed all but five minutes this season, Irving played to an All-Star level throughout the season before getting shut down to rehab a knee injury. Even though Marcus Smart...
  • The Horrors announce 2018 North American summer tour dates

    The Horrors announce 2018 North American summer tour dates

     British post-punk rockers The Horrors will be making their way back to the U.S. and Canada this June, with 14 concerts now scheduled throughout the early summer summer month. The band revealed the North American leg of their 2018 touring schedule on Wednesday, which is set to begin on June 12 in...
  • Marcus Smart pivotal for Boston Celtics’ playoff run

    Marcus Smart pivotal for Boston Celtics’ playoff run

    Marcus Smart has missed the first four games of the Eastern Conference playoffs while recovering from a broken hand, but all indications show that he is set to return. The Boston Celtics have officially upgraded him to questionable for Game 5. Smart has proven to be a valuable member of the Celtics...
  • Car Seat Headrest announce North American concert dates for 2018 world tour

    Car Seat Headrest announce North American concert dates for 2018 world tour

    Car Seat Headrest have revealed their 2018 touring schedule, which will start next month with an intimate show at Brooklyn’s Market Hotel and continue until well into the fall with a final gig in Germany on Nov. 17. The 47-date global tour will take the popular indie rock band from Virginia across...
  • Ex Hex announce first shows of 2018 with short east coast fall tour

    Ex Hex announce first shows of 2018 with short east coast fall tour

    Garage rock trio Ex Hex have announced their first batch of concerts for 2018 with a short run of U.S. shows along the east coast set for early September. The band from from Washington, DC will play at Baltimore’s Ottobar on Sept. 6, followed by shows in Boston and Asbury Park, NJ before the run...
  • The Boxer Rebellion announce tour supporting new album 'Ghost Alive'

    The Boxer Rebellion announce tour supporting new album 'Ghost Alive'

    British rock band The Boxer Rebellion will be coming over to North America this fall for a month-long tour in promotion of their recently released Ghost Alive album. Details of the 14-date fall run were revealed on Monday morning via the band’s social media outlets, with the tour scheduled to begin...
  • Superorganism announces North American fall tour, share video for 'Night Time'

    Superorganism announces North American fall tour, share video for 'Night Time'

    The eight-piece indie rock outfit known as Superorganism is heading out to take over the world this fall. The British band announced their upcoming world tour on Tuesday afternoon, which is scheduled to take the internationally diverse group across North America, the U.K. and parts of Europe...
  • Boston Celtics’ Marcus Smart could make early playoff return

    Boston Celtics’ Marcus Smart could make early playoff return

    While the Boston Celtics will be without the services of Kyrie Irving for the duration of the postseason, they could receive one key contributor at some point in the first round of the Eastern Conference playoffs. Smart has been absent with a torn right UCL tendon in his thumb, an injury that was...
  • The Sistine Chapel Choir announces first ever US tour

    The Sistine Chapel Choir announces first ever US tour

    The prestigious Sistine Chapel Choir, aka the Pope’s Choir, is coming to perform in the United States for the first time ever in its 1,500 year history. The choir, which is made up of both men and boys across all vocal ranges, draws its name from the Catholic church located within the small region...
  • Kyrie Irving set to miss rest of season

    Kyrie Irving set to miss rest of season

    The Eastern Conference playoffs took an unexpected hit Thursday when it was announced that Boston Celtics star Kyrie Irving would miss the remainder of the regular season and the playoffs with his bothersome knee injury. Irving will need an additional surgery to remove screws that were initially...
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    Photos: Caroline Rose lives up to the hype with sold-out show at Rough Trade NYC

    Much has been said about guitarist, singer and semi-recorder flutist Caroline Rose and her recently released sophomore album, Loner. So much so that all the hype shared by nearly every well-known music blog has almost raised some hesitant speculation from those who may have missed her the first time...
  • Go Beyond the Band with Julien Baker at The Sinclair

    Go Beyond the Band with Julien Baker at The Sinclair

    Julien Baker will appear at The Sinclair just outside of Boston, Mass. on May 29 as part of her weekend stay for Boston Calling. The young singer and guitarist, who has earned an impressively growing fanbase over the last few years thanks to her painfully honest and melancholy style of songwriting...
  • Leon Bridges announces North American fall tour dates behind ‘Good Thing’

    Leon Bridges announces North American fall tour dates behind ‘Good Thing’

    Leon Bridges has announced a fall run of headlining concert dates around North America in support of his upcoming sophomore album, Good Thing. The announcement on Thursday afternoon follows the arrival of the album’s first two singles late last week with “Bad Bad News” and “Bet Ain’t Worth the Hand...
  • Kyrie Irving continues to sit with injured knee

    Kyrie Irving continues to sit with injured knee

    The Boston Celtics are coming off a thrilling win Tuesday night against the Oklahoma City Thunder, but questions remain on starting point guard Kyrie Irving. The star scorer has been absent as he rests his injured left knee, but the recovery is not going as smoothly as he would have liked. Irving...
  • Contemporary funk/soul band The Suffers have announced the upcoming summer release of their sophomore album, Everything Here.

    The Suffers announce new album details ahead of North American tour

    The lively eight-piece band from Texas known as The Suffers have announced their follow up studio album to their 2016 self-titled debut. The band, who excitingly mix elements of modern and throwback styles of rock, funk, soul and R&B into their growingly popular sound, will release the 15-song...
  • Boy George and Culture Club team up with The B-52s for The Life summer tour

    Boy George and Culture Club team up with The B-52s for The Life summer tour

    A blast from the past is set to take over music fans in North America starting later this year. Boy George & Culture Club will embark on a 44-date tour across the U.S. starting on June 29 in Saint Augustine, Fla. and running well into the fall months with a final show in Fresno, Calif. on Oct....
  • Boston Celtics battling injuries late in season

    Boston Celtics battling injuries late in season

    With playoff seeding at a premium, the Boston Celtics will need to rely on a multitude of players to fill new roles. Kyrie Irving, one of the NBA’s best point guards this season, exited a loss to the Indiana Pacers Sunday night with knee soreness. Irving has been battling nagging soreness for a...
  • Wet return with new single, ‘There’s A Reason,’ North American tour

    Wet return with new single, ‘There’s A Reason,’ North American tour

    The atmospheric indie rock outfit known as Wet have returned with the first taste of new music set to appear on their upcoming sophomore album. The trio from Brooklyn is celebrating the release of “There’s A Reason” today in addition to sharing their upcoming North American concert plans, which are...
  • Nick Cave urges fans to ask him 'anything' on upcoming Q&A tour 'Conversations with Nick Cave'

    Nick Cave urges fans to ask him 'anything' on upcoming Q&A tour 'Conversations with Nick Cave'

    There has always been an air of mystique around singer-songwriter Nick Cave. But now it seems Cave is ready to pull back the curtain so to speak. Nick Cave is hitting the road this spring for a series of Q&A shows dubbed “Conversations with Nick Cave,” and, according to Pitchfork, the Bad Seeds...
  • James Bay announces ‘Electric Light’ LP, adds more 2018 tour dates

    James Bay announces ‘Electric Light’ LP, adds more 2018 tour dates

    Popular British singer/guitarist James Bay has officially announced the title and release date for his upcoming sophomore album. Electric Light will follow 2015’s Grammy-nominated Chaos and the Calm when it arrives via Republic Records on May 18. In addition to detailing the artwork, release date...
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