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  • Matt and Kim celebrate 10 year 'Grand' album anniversary with 2019 tour

    Matt and Kim celebrate 10 year 'Grand' album anniversary with 2019 tour

    Originally meeting during their collegiate stint at Pratt University, lead vocalist/guitarist, Matt Johnson, and drummer, Kim Schifino, formed the indie-electronic duo known today as Matt and Kim in 2004. While today they've become staples on some of the biggest festival stages in the world, that...
  • Tyler Childers announces additional 2019 tour dates, releases new single off upcoming album

    Tyler Childers announces additional 2019 tour dates, releases new single off upcoming album

    Following 2017's Purgatory, country artist Tyler Childers found himself charming various festivals across the country. Now, the Kentucky native will return with his brand new album Country Squire, which is slated for an Aug. 2 release via his own Hickman Holler Records and RCA. Much like Purgatory...
  • Citizen Cope adds summer dates to 'Heroin and Helicopters' tour 2019

    Citizen Cope adds summer dates to 'Heroin and Helicopters' tour 2019

    Citizen Cope is currently on tour in support of his sixth studio album Heroin and Helicopters and he has now announced an additional 28 dates for the tour. The newly announced dates will carry him from May 16 through July 13 where he'll wrap the tour up in Atlantic City. Heroin and Helicopters...
  • Phoebe Bridgers and Conor Oberst cover 'Shallow' during Brooklyn performance

    Phoebe Bridgers and Conor Oberst cover 'Shallow' during Brooklyn performance

    Phoebe Bridgers and Conor Oberst continued their ongoing North American tour under their collaborative Better Oblivion Community Center banner with a show at Brooklyn Steel in New York City on Monday night. The two popular indie rock artists have already debuted a mix of fun covers since their 201...
  • Lost Frequencies announces 2019 world tour

    Lost Frequencies announces 2019 world tour

    Hailing from Brussels, Belgium is 25-year-old, Felix De Laet, better known by his stage name, Lost Frequencies. And in just five short years since emerging on the house music scene, he's already played on some of the world's largest and notorious stages in music today. One of Lost Frequencies' first...
  • Watch: Snarky Puppy share sweet semi-animated video for 'Bad Kids to the Back"

    Watch: Snarky Puppy share sweet semi-animated video for 'Bad Kids to the Back"

    Jazz-fusion collective Snarky Puppy has shared another single from their upcoming album Immigrance, along with a really cool semi-animated video. The visual for “Bad Kids in the Back” features the band in the studio, but through the use of some slick special effects the collective don animal heads...
  • Chromatics announces Double Exposure Tour 2019

    Chromatics announces Double Exposure Tour 2019

    The cinematic, sinewy synth sound pioneered by groups like the Chromatics now seems like one of the defining motifs of what we'll look back on as "‘10s music." After a five year break from the stage, the influential Portland band has announced a Spring 2019 tour. Chromatics’ Double Exposure Tour...
  • Watch: A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie releases video for 'Look Back At It'

    Watch: A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie releases video for 'Look Back At It'

    Bronx singer and rapper A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie has shared the official video for his single “Look Back At It.” The visual is a nostalgic look at a simpler time when all you had to worry about was playing your music too loud or the usual high-school high jinks. The video also features viral dancer...
  • Charlotte Gainsbourg announces 2019 tour dates

    Charlotte Gainsbourg announces 2019 tour dates

    English-French alternative artist Charlotte Gainsbourg is playing select dates in 2019 in the US and Europe. Gainsbourg will be kicking off her touring year on April 7 in Boston, Massachusetts where she'll be playing the Royale at 8:00 p.m. Tickets for the event go on sale on Feb. 1 and two presales...
  • Snarky Puppy reveal upcoming album ‘Immigrance,' release first single

    Snarky Puppy reveal upcoming album ‘Immigrance,' release first single

    After announcing a spring tour around a mysterious “upcoming” album, jazz-fusion collective Snarky Puppy has revealed the name and release date of the new project. Immigrance arrives on March 15 and is the follow up to Snarky Puppy's Grammy-winning 2016 album, Culcha Vulcha. As Jambase reported, co...
  • PUP announces 'The Morbid Stuff Tour-Pocalypse' 2019

    PUP announces 'The Morbid Stuff Tour-Pocalypse' 2019

    Canadian punk band PUP is ready to take over 2019 with a brand new record in hand. Titled Morbid Stuff, the 11 track record will be their first release for Rise Records. With the unveiling of their new single "Kids," the band are making sure everyone gets a chance to catch them live this spring...
  • Jawbox announces 'An Impartial Overview' reunion tour dates planned for 2019

    Jawbox announces 'An Impartial Overview' reunion tour dates planned for 2019

    When Jawbox reunited to perform on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon back in 2009, fans were hoping a reunion tour. Unfortunately, those dreams were laid to rest immediately after the performance. A decade later, the beloved alternative rock band decided to surprise fans with a 12-date trek across the U...
  • 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...
  • Architects announces 'Holy Hell' North America tour 2019

    Architects announces 'Holy Hell' North America tour 2019

    Back in November, British metalcore band Architects unveiled their eighth studio album Holy Hell. Following a successful spring North American tour last year, fans have been waiting for them to come back with these new tunes in hand. Fortunately, their wishes will come true this spring. Recently...
  • 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...
  • Spiritualized Tour Poster

    Spiritualized announces 2019 tour

    Spiritualized have announced new tour dates for 2019. The new set of dates will kick off in the spring, beginning March 22 with a set at the Big Ears Festival in Knoxville, TN alongside Mercury Rev and Rhiannon Giddens. It will continue making its way in the U.S. with stops in Atlanta, Los Angeles...
  • Listen: Cat Power shares cover of 'What the World Needs Now'

    Listen: Cat Power shares cover of 'What the World Needs Now'

    Cat Power--aka Chan Marshall--has shared a cover of the Hal David and Burt Bacharach classic “What the World Needs Now.” As Pitchfork reported, the cover appears on the deluxe edition of Cat Power’s 2018 album Wanderer alongside a cover of Rihanna’s “Stay.” Marshall has gone on record about how much...
  • Watch: Mitski sings a cappella 'Nobody' from her latest album 'Be the Cowboy'

    Watch: Mitski sings a cappella 'Nobody' from her latest album 'Be the Cowboy'

    Singer-songwriter Mitski popped into the Sirius XM studios where she gave a powerful a cappella performance of the track “Nobody” from her stellar new album Be the Cowboy. As Pitchfork reported, Mitski tweeted about the performance, stating that it was appropriate that she sang “Nobody” with “nobody...
  • Listen: Phosphorescent's Matthew Houck covers Radiohead

    Listen: Phosphorescent's Matthew Houck covers Radiohead

    Phosphorescent’s Matthew Houck stopped into the Sirius XMU studios where he performed a stripped down version of Radiohead’s “House of Cards” from the U.K. band’s 2007 album In Rainbows. As Jambase pointed out, Houck has performed the song before with a full band at Bonnaroo in 2011. You can listen...
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