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  • Turnover announces spring 2019 tour dates

    Turnover announces spring 2019 tour dates

    Rock band Turnover is heading out this spring to tour North America in support of their third studio album Good Nature. The tour begins on April 5 in Houston, Texas and finishes on May 12 in Baltimore, Maryland. The band will be out on the road with Turnstile for the Time & Nature tour and both...
  • Blaqk Audio announces 'Only Things We Love' tour 2019

    Blaqk Audio announces 'Only Things We Love' tour 2019

    When Davey Havok and Jade Puget aren't busy with rock band AFI, they turn to a different genre with electronic side project Blaqk Audio--and the duo is back with new music and a tour for 2019. Havok and Puget will take Blaqk Audio on the road this spring, with stops in San Francisco, Denver...
  • Jukebox the Ghost and The Mowgli's announce co-headlining Making Friends Tour 2019

    Jukebox the Ghost and The Mowgli's announce co-headlining Making Friends Tour 2019

    Bands Jukebox the Ghost and The Mowgli's are sure to have a good time this spring on their co-headlining Making Friends Tour. Although both bands recently wrapped up tours in support of new music, they're getting right back out on the road for 2019. The tour kicks off at the end of February and...
  • Galactic announces 'Already Ready Already' tour 2019

    Galactic announces 'Already Ready Already' tour 2019

    Louisiana jam band Galactic is heading out on the road for the Already Ready Already tour beginning on Feb. 1 in Boston, Massachusetts. The tour spans 24 dates and concludes on March 30 in San Francisco, California at the Warfield Theatre (Tickets). Coming out on the tour is special guest Erica...
  • Oliver Tree announces Ugly is Beautiful tour 2019

    Oliver Tree announces Ugly is Beautiful tour 2019

    Singer-songwriter and producer Oliver Tree will hit the road for the Ugly Is Beautiful tour in 2019 which will support his debut EP Alien Boy (Feb. 2018). The trek kicks off on Feb. 14 in Los Angeles, California where the eccentric artist will play The Roxy Theatre (Tickets). Tickets for the event...
  • grandson announces No Apologies tour 2019

    grandson announces No Apologies tour 2019

    Rock rap artist grandson is set to take the stage across North American in 2019 as he has announced an extensive 27-city tour that spans from coast to coast. The No Apologies tour is in support of his debut EP A Modern Tragedy, Vol. 1 and kicks off on Feb. 22 in Montréal, Québec. The Canadian native...
  • Elder Island announces tour dates for 2019

    Elder Island announces tour dates for 2019

    Bristol-based electro indie pop band Elder Island is gearing up for a promotional tour in 2019 as they ready to release their first full-length LP The Omnitone Collection which is expected to be released on Feb. 8. The trio will play select venues in Europe before heading over to North America for a...
  • John K. Samson announces performance at Rough Trade in 2019

    John K. Samson announces performance at Rough Trade in 2019

    Singer-songwriter John K. Samson of the former Weakerthans has finished up a round of touring with wife Christine Fellows and has already announced an upcoming performance in 2019 (Tickets). Samson will perform solo at Brooklyn, New York's Rough Trade NYC on May 15 in the new year. The event kicks...
  • Brasstracks announces The Vibrant Tour 2019

    Brasstracks announces The Vibrant Tour 2019

    Electronic act Brasstracks is preparing to hit the road in 2019 as they announce The Vibrant Tour, a 25-city stop that spans from coast to coast. The upcoming tour is in support of a new EP due out in the first quarter of 2019 (Tickets). Brasstracks kicks off The Vibrant Tour in Boston...
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    Girlpool announces What Chaos is Imaginary tour 2019

    Punk-rock band Girlpool will be hitting the road next spring! The Los Angeles based duo has announced their What Chaos is Imaginary tour in support of their upcoming album of the same name, What Chaos is Imaginary. The tour will kick off April 4th at Marty's on Newport in Tustin, CA and will...
  • Tom Shackleford

    Photos: 5 reasons to see Chris Robinson Brotherhood live

    Rock guitarist and Black Crowes co-founder Chris Robinson and his band, known together as the Brotherhood, were in Brooklyn on Sunday night to close out the weekend with a warm and steady mix of tunes at Brooklyn Steel. The stop in New York City is just the eighth stop on Robinson’s North American...
  • The Frights set out for Hypochondriac tour 2018

    The Frights set out for Hypochondriac tour 2018

    In news that should excite alternative rock fans, The Frights will be touring throughout the United States in support of their new album Hypochondriac. The group’s tour will begin later this month and will include stops in Washington D.C., Philadelphia, Boston, Baltimore, Detroit, St. Louis, Phoenix...
  • Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds announce dates for fall 2018 tour

    Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds announce dates for fall 2018 tour

    Add Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds to the list of must-see fall tours--the band has just announced a new, albeit short, run of dates. The band will be on the road in October paying just 10 shows across North and Latin America, with the US dates kicking off at the end of the month. They include stops...
  • Tom Shackleford

    5 reasons to see Charly Bliss live

    The state of indie rock and post-punk related styles has left many fans and record executives scratching their heads as to where the once thriving musical genres currently stand in an industry that’s quickly shifting its sights to R&B and hip-hop. While rock might not have as strong of a...
  • Brooklyn hosts the US Air Guitar Championship

    Brooklyn hosts the US Air Guitar Championship

    When the temperature in NY is reaching the 90s, and the humidity is even worse, there's no better way to take refuge than to pile into the back hall of a Brooklyn record shop and witness some of the best imaginary musicians the world has ever seen. Rough Trade was the host on Saturday to the US Air...
  • Tank and the Bangas along with Big Freedia announce The Head Banga co-headlining fall tour

    Tank and the Bangas along with Big Freedia announce The Head Banga co-headlining fall tour

    2017 NPR Tiny Desk Contest winners Tank and the Bangas are heading out on tour across North America this fall with the one and only Big Freedia for the newly announced Head Banga Tour. The upcoming run of shows will take both acts across the U.S. and Canada this fall starting with two concerts at...
  • Peach Pit add North American dates to tour

    Peach Pit add North American dates to tour

    Reading Peach Pit’s bio on Sonicbids is like reading a funny summer novel. The funny bio is a great read and is recommended, and like their Sonicbids bio, Peach Pit’s music is just as interesting, unique, and intoxicating to listen to. The band hails from Vancouver, Canada’s cooler, wetter version...
  • Watch: DeVotchKa releases lyric video for 'Straight Shot', announces This Night Falls Forever tour

    Watch: DeVotchKa releases lyric video for 'Straight Shot', announces This Night Falls Forever tour

    Indie rock outfit DeVotchKa will be heading out on a North American tour this fall in support of their upcoming studio album, This Night Falls Forever. The tour is named accordingly with the album and will see the Colorado band along with Orkesta Mendoza (on select dates) as they head out across...
  • Slothrust announce North American fall tour, share new video for 'Double Down'

    Slothrust announce North American fall tour, share new video for 'Double Down'

    Garage rock trio Slothrust has announced their fall touring plans in promotion of their soon-to-be-released studio album, The Pact. The band will head out across the United States and Canada starting with an album release show on Sept. 14 in Los Angeles. From there, they’ll continue to rocking out...
  • Brooklyn Nets continue positioning franchise for future

    Brooklyn Nets continue positioning franchise for future

    The Brooklyn Nets doubled down on what has been an active offseason in New York. General manager Sean Marks has swung two deals that maintain financial flexibility while adding draft assets. In one deal, Marks shipped point guard Jeremy Lin to Atlanta in exchange for a 2020 second-round pick and the...
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