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  • Allah-Las announce late 2019 tour dates & new LP, 'LAHS'

    Allah-Las announce late 2019 tour dates & new LP, 'LAHS'

    Allah-Las have announced their fourth studio album, LAHS, under the Brooklyn-based indie record label, Mexican Summer, on Oct. 11. Alongside their brand new upcoming musical offering, Allah-Las has announced a nationwide tour that will begin at the end of this month and eventually come to a close in...
  • Twin Peaks expand 2019 fall tour and announce new album, 'Lookout Low'

    Twin Peaks expand 2019 fall tour and announce new album, 'Lookout Low'

    Twin Peaks have added additional shows to their current fall tour and have announced the release of their latest LP, Lookout Low, set to drop on Sept. 13. With the band continuing to be in high demand, the group expanded their already hefty 2019 fall tour to include new stops in Denver (Tickets...
  • The Murder City Devils announce West Coast summer tour 2019

    The Murder City Devils announce West Coast summer tour 2019

    Murder City Devils fans on the West Coast will have a few more opportunities to catch the band  live this summer. The Seattle garage-rockers have added dates in Portland, Oregon, as well as a pair of shows in San Francisco. The reunited lineup dropped the news on April 17 via Twitter. The new shows...
  • Slothrust announces February 2019 tour dates

    Slothrust announces February 2019 tour dates

    Rock trio Slothrust is still on the road, but they're already making touring plans for next year. The band recently announced February 2019 tour dates in support of their new album, The Pact.  Shows kick off Feb. 13. in New Orleans, Louisiana and will hit up Houston, Dallas, Austin, and Tuscon...
  • Wavves & Beach Fossils announce co-headlining fall 2018 tour

    Wavves & Beach Fossils announce co-headlining fall 2018 tour

    East and west coasts unite in the name of rock this fall, as Brooklyn band Beach Fossils are teaming up with California's Wavves for a co-headlining North American tour scheduled to begin on Oct. 24 in Washington, DC. The “I Love You” Tour will run for 14 shows in 10 cities before coming to an end...
  • 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...
  • Slothrust announce new album, share hard-hitting lead single, ‘Peach’

    Slothrust announce new album, share hard-hitting lead single, ‘Peach’

    Ain’t life just a peach? It is in the world of the hard-hitting, alt-rock trio known as Slothrust, who announced on Thursday that they’ll be releasing their next studio album to be titled The Pact, which is due out on Sept. 14 via Dangerbird Records. The album’s announcement on Thursday came with...
  • 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...
  • Listen to Bird Concerns' sumblime new single 'The Monster'

    Listen to Bird Concerns' sumblime new single 'The Monster'

    Recently, Los Angeles-based garage rock outfit Bird Concerns released a fantastic new single entitled “The Monster.” Combining a jangly guitar sound and purposeful drums that will resonate with anyone who wishes grunge still ruled the airwaves, the track’s instrumentals are pure indie rock...
  • MC5 celebrate 50th anniversary with memoir and 'Kick Out the Jams' tour with special guests

    MC5 celebrate 50th anniversary with memoir and 'Kick Out the Jams' tour with special guests

    Wayne Kramer has some big plans ahead of the 50th anniversary of MC5's classic 1969 debut album Kick Out the Jams. The MC5 co-founder has penned a memoir and will hit the road in the late fall with a star-studded new band called “MC50.” Rolling Stone reports on March 6 that the Detroit rocker has...
  • Listen to Los Blancos new singles 'Datgysylltu/Chwarter i Dri'

    Listen to Los Blancos new singles 'Datgysylltu/Chwarter i Dri'

    Recently, Welsh-based lo-fi I rock band Los Blancos released a pair of sublime new singles. “Datgysylltu,” which is “Disconnect” in English, is a blistering feedback-laden jam about a harrowing psychological collapse. “Chwarter i Dri,” which translates as “Quarter to Three,” also deals with painful...
  • The Darts rocked The Wayfarer with an unforgettable show

    The Darts rocked The Wayfarer with an unforgettable show

    Sometimes you see a band and you know even as you watch that it's a show you will always remember. The Darts certainly left the audience with a memorable performance at The Wayfarer in Costa Mesa on January 13. The band members were all dressed in black. It was evident immediately that Nicole...
  • Watch Ty Segall as the first ever musical guest on 'The Opposition with Jordan Klepper'

    Watch Ty Segall as the first ever musical guest on 'The Opposition with Jordan Klepper'

    Ty Segall made history on Monday night (Jan. 8) when he became the first ever musical guest on Comedy Central’s new show “The Opposition with Jordan Klepper.” Having someone as free-spirited as a rock & roll musician was a bit of a stretch for Klepper’s satirical character, who is basically a...
  • Watch: The White Stripes perform 'We’re Going To Be Friends' live in 2003

    Watch: The White Stripes perform 'We’re Going To Be Friends' live in 2003

    Although The White Stripes ceased operation as an active musical outfit in 2011, bits of the group’s legacy are still being uncovered six years later. For instance, on Nov. 21 the group’s erstwhile frontman Jack White released a video excerpt of a very special performance the band gave in 2003. In...
  • 'Hindu Flying Machine' by Mean Motor Scooter: great garage rock

    'Hindu Flying Machine' by Mean Motor Scooter: great garage rock

    Some albums catch your attention before you ever hear a note. Hindu Flying Machine by Mean Motor Scooter is definitely one of those. First of all, the name Mean Motor Scooter is enough to grab the attention. Then you take a look at the photo where you see the face of only one band member. The others...
  • White Stripes announce live album as part of Third Man Records’ Vault subscription series

    White Stripes announce live album as part of Third Man Records’ Vault subscription series

    It's been six years since The White Stripes disbanded, but the band is back to provide a new look into their past. The garage rock duo of Jack White and Meg White have announced three live albums from Detroit concerts around the turn of the 21st century. Being titled The White Stripes Live in...
  • 'Me.Ow' by The Darts: music for doing naughty things

    'Me.Ow' by The Darts: music for doing naughty things

    If someone asked you to describe The Darts in one word, you would have an array of words available to you. Prolific is certainly one word that describes this band. The band just released its debut album earlier this year, and now it is back with another full album entitled Me.Ow. Some songs are...
  • The Two Tens revive melodic punk with 'On Repeat'

    The Two Tens revive melodic punk with 'On Repeat'

    Anyone who complains about the dearth of good rock and roll has clearly never heard L.A. duo The Two Tens. You'll hear plenty of evidence of this band's ability to rock on the new album On Repeat. The title track opens the album and isn't so much a song as a musical explosion. The explosion comes...
  • The wonderfully 60s sounds of 'Tally Ho!' by The Woggles

    The wonderfully 60s sounds of 'Tally Ho!' by The Woggles

    It may be hard to find good rock and roll on the radio, but that doesn't mean that good rock has gone out of style. Plenty of bands are still churning out rock and roll that is loud and fast just like it's supposed to be. The Woggles is one of those bands and shows it in spades on the new album...
  • Watch: White Reaper's glorious music video for 'Judy French'

    Watch: White Reaper's glorious music video for 'Judy French'

    Garage-rock heroes White Reaper already carved out a place in history this year with the release of their sublime second album, The World’s Best American Band. It’s legitimately in the running for best power pop record of the decade. Now, with the recently released clip for the record’s first single...
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