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  • Angel Olsen announces dates, tickets for 2019 North American Tour

    Angel Olsen announces dates, tickets for 2019 North American Tour

    Angel Olsen will be visiting a city in North America near you this fall. The St. Louis indie-rocker will hit the road in late October for a 30-city tour with special guest Vagabon on select dates. The talented singer-songwriter unveiled the big news on May 14 via Twitter. The fall romp will keep...
  • Of Monsters and Men announces 'FEVER DREAM' North American fall tour

    Of Monsters and Men announces 'FEVER DREAM' North American fall tour

    Of Monsters and Men will make a triumphant return to North America this fall. The Icelandic pop-rockers will hit the road in September for an 18-city tour of Canada and the U.S. in support of a brand new studio album Fever Dream, which drops July 26 via Republic. Select presales for the band's...
  • Whitney announces new music, 2019 tour dates

    Whitney announces new music, 2019 tour dates

    It took the disbandment of the Smith Westerns for frontman vocalist/drummer Julien Ehrlich and guitarist Max Kakacek to come together and form the indie rock collective known as Whitney. The Chicago-based duo shared songwriting duties which eventually led to the release of their critically-acclaimed...
  • X Ambassadors tickets & dates for 2019 The Orion Tour announced

    X Ambassadors tickets & dates for 2019 The Orion Tour announced

    X Ambassadors have unveiled a new round of U.S. tour dates, which will keep the New York indie-rockers on the road from early October through mid-November. The 20-city tour will be in support of the multi-platinum seller's highly anticipated studio album Orion, which will hit shelves on June 14 via...
  • Matt Corby announces Rainbow Valley Tour 2019

    Matt Corby announces Rainbow Valley Tour 2019

    Matt Corby will pay a visit to North America this fall. The Australian singer-songwriter has announced nearly a dozen 2019 dates across Canada and the U.S., which will keep the multi-platinum seller on the road from late September through mid-October. The multi-talented artist unveiled the news on...
  • Caroline Rose announces summer headlining tour dates ahead of Red Rocks debut

    Caroline Rose announces summer headlining tour dates ahead of Red Rocks debut

    Caroline Rose, the energizing indie-rock singer/songwriter who earned a lot of attention last year with the release of her critically acclaimed pop-rock album, Loner, will continue performing well into the upcoming summer months. On Wednesday, Rose revealed a new batch of North American tour dates...
  • Bon Iver bringing TU Dance: Come Through collaboration to Kings Theatre 2019

    Bon Iver bringing TU Dance: Come Through collaboration to Kings Theatre 2019

    Bon Iver fans in The Big Apple are in for a treat. Founding member Justin Vernon and company will bring his latest project “Come Through,”  which features St. Paul-based troupe TU Dance, for a two-night stand from Dec. 4 – Dec. 5 in Brooklyn, New York, at Kings Theatre. The two-time Grammy winner...
  • Lord Huron announces exclusive reissue of ‘The Night We Met’ with Phoebe Bridgers for Record Store Day

    Lord Huron announces exclusive reissue of ‘The Night We Met’ with Phoebe Bridgers for Record Store Day

    Record Store Day returns to independent record stores around the country this Saturday, April 13. As customary every year for the commerce-themed holiday, artists across all genres have worked with their labels and various stores on providing fans with exclusive releases to be sold in select...
  • Mt. Joy announces 2019 tour dates

    Mt. Joy announces 2019 tour dates

    Mt. Joy will continue to stay busy on the road in 2019. The Los Angeles indie-rockers have rolled out a new string of 2019 dates, which will keep the band on the road through mid-November. The “Silver Lining” hitmakers will tour primarily in North America with a couple of overseas stops in Europe in...
  • 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...
  • Glen Hansard announces second leg of 'This Wild Willing' Tour 2019

    Glen Hansard announces second leg of 'This Wild Willing' Tour 2019

    Hailing from Dublin, Ireland, Glen Hansard has made quite the entertainment career for himself as both a musician and thespian. Hansard is not only a prominent solo act in the indie and alternative rock scene, but the "Drive All Night" singer is also a vocalist and guitarist for the Irish rock band...
  • Bloc Party announces 'Silent Alarm' U.S. Tour 2019

    Bloc Party announces 'Silent Alarm' U.S. Tour 2019

    In 1999, lead singer and producer, Kele Okereke, bumped into lead guitarist, Russell Lissack, at the 1999 Reading Festival where the two officially decided that they would start a band. The two went through several band names before landing on their official name, Bloc Party, as well as joining...
  • Video premiere: King Daniel drops nostalgia-fueled visuals for ‘These Days’

    Video premiere: King Daniel drops nostalgia-fueled visuals for ‘These Days’

    All hail, King Daniel. On the heels of “There, There,” the singer-songwriter is now dropping his latest music visual for his indie-rock anthem, “These Days.” In a giant nod to the pop culture favorites of the ‘80s, the video picks up where “There, There” left off. Like a film itself, the video...
  • Andrew Bird announces 'My Finest Work Yet' Tour 2019

    Andrew Bird announces 'My Finest Work Yet' Tour 2019

    Prior to pursuing his solo music career, Andrew Bird was once a member of American jazz band, Squirrel Nut Zippers and Bowl of Fire. The 45-year-old multi-instrumentalist can fluently play a variety of different musical instruments including the guitar, violin, and glockenspiel, and is surprisingly...
  • Watch: Sharon Van Etten rocks 'Come Back Kid' on 'The Tonight Show'

    Watch: Sharon Van Etten rocks 'Come Back Kid' on 'The Tonight Show'

    Sharon Van Etten appeared as musical guest on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” last night (March 18). The New Jersey native singer-songwriter rocked a performance of “Comeback Kid” from her latest album Remind Me Tomorrow. Van Etten delivers a mesmerizing, edgy rendition of the track, in...
  • Watch: Better Oblivion Community Center perform 'Sleepwalkin' on 'Corden'

    Watch: Better Oblivion Community Center perform 'Sleepwalkin' on 'Corden'

    Phoebe Bridgers and Conor Oberst’s new project Better Oblivion Community Center was the musical guest on Thursday night’s episode of “The Late Late Show with James Corden” where they performed “Sleepwalkin’” from their recently released self-titled debut. While the Oberst and Bridgers traded verses...
  • Built to Spill announces 2019 Keep It Like a Secret Anniversary Tour

    Built to Spill announces 2019 Keep It Like a Secret Anniversary Tour

    Doug Martsch might be Built To Spill's only faithful band member but, that hasn't stopped the musical act from creating a long-lasting legacy and impression on the indie rock scene. Hailing from Boise, Idaho, Built To Spill was one of the first indie band's to take advantage of the festival circuit...
  • The Black Keys announce 2019 Let's Rock Tour with Modest Mouse

    The Black Keys announce 2019 Let's Rock Tour with Modest Mouse

    Hailing from Akron, Ohio, the duo of Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney, better known as The Black Keys, went from producing and performing their own original music in a basement to becoming one of the most prominent and revered garage rock bands of this current generation. Auerbach and Carney didn't...
  • Watch: Local Natives share video for new single 'When Am I Gonna Lose You'

    Watch: Local Natives share video for new single 'When Am I Gonna Lose You'

    Los Angeles indie rockers Local Natives have shared a video for their latest single, “When Am I Gonna Lose You.” The song has a driving beat and features Local Natives’ gorgeous harmonies, but carries a forlorn feeling that the video echoes.  The visual--deftly directed by Van Alpert (Post Malone...
  • Interview: Catching up with Weathers frontman Cameron Boyer

    Interview: Catching up with Weathers frontman Cameron Boyer

    Fresh off of a tour with Magic Giant and Castlecomer, the L.A.-based alternative rock band, Weathers, is just getting warmed up for the season. The group, which consists of Cameron Boyer (vocals/rhythm guitar) Cameron Olsen (lead guitar/vocals), Cole Carson (drums/vocals), and Brennen Bates (bass...
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