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  • Drab Majesty release music video for 'Too Soon To Tell'

    Drab Majesty release music video for 'Too Soon To Tell'

    After some lengthy touring in support of their debut studio album Careless, Drab Majesty are ready to start another chapter with the release of their sophomore album The Demonstration. Set for release on Jan. 20, the 11 track album was recorded by Josh Eustis, who is best known for his work in...
  • Biffy Clyro are touring North America in 2017

    Biffy Clyro are touring North America in 2017

    Those wanting to hear Biffy Clyro's new music live might get the chance to this spring. That's because today the Scottish rock band revealed dates for their first North American tour of 2017. The three-week long spring tour kicks off March 24 in Las Vegas, and opening up all shows on this run of...
  • The 1975 will headline Madison Square Garden this summer

    The 1975 will headline Madison Square Garden this summer

    The 1975 have finally announced a headlining concert in the states for this year. They previously revealed tour dates for winter and spring 2017, but none of those shows are going to take place in the U.S. This morning the English pop rock band revealed they'll be coming back to the states this...
  • U2 announce 30th anniversary 'Joshua Tree' tour

    U2 announce 30th anniversary 'Joshua Tree' tour

    Irish rock group U2 have finally announced the 2017 tour that they have been hinting at for months, revealing details that it will be taking place at stadiums across North America and Europe over the summer. Opening acts include Mumford and Sons, The Lumineers, and OneRepublic, all of whom are stars...
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    Review: ‘Piaf! The Show’

    Carnegie Hall is one of the most famous performance venues in the world. In 1956 and 1957, Edith Piaf—the regaled French songtress—performed there before her untimely death in 1963 at the relatively young age of forty-seven. To commemorate her final performance at the esteemed location, “Piaf! The...
  • David Bowie’s ‘Blackstar’ continues to be analyzed one year after rock legend's death

    David Bowie’s ‘Blackstar’ continues to be analyzed one year after rock legend's death

    It has been one year since music legend  David Bowie passed away, and fans continue to analyze his parting gift: Blackstar. Bowie’s final album—released two days before his death and presumed to be a farewell to fans when he learned of his terminal cancer diagnosis—contains a bevy of hidden gems...
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    Sarah Murdoch and Gaelynn Lea to perform at Brooklyn's Knitting Factory

    On Jan. 23, Sarah Murdoch, a gifted folk singer, will be performing with celebrated violinist Gaelynn Lea at the legendary Knitting Factory in Brooklyn. Ms. Murdoch, known for her powerful yet soothing voice, combines blues elements with historic folk murder ballads that have established her as a...
  • Code Orange release new song 'Bleeding In The Blur'

    Code Orange release new song 'Bleeding In The Blur'

    Pittsburgh metalcore outfit Code Orange are getting closer to the release of their third studio album Forever, and they've been dishing out pit starters "Forever" and "Kill The Creator" to get fans pumped. While the record will feature non stop headbanging action, today, the band released a somewhat...
  • Interview: Brian Culbertson was born to bring the funk

    Interview: Brian Culbertson was born to bring the funk

    Multi-instrumentalist Brian Culbertson is one of the music industry’s most progressive artists when it comes to creating songs that speak the language of the time. Culbertson is intrinsically a musician and fan of music. He finds creative inspiration when listening to the music of Earth, Wind and...
  • The xx announce North American tour dates for spring 2017

    The xx announce North American tour dates for spring 2017

    This spring The xx are heading back to the states for a headlining tour. The English band revealed their spring plans this morning in a press release, and their I See You Tour is set to kick off on April 15 in San Francisco with their concert at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium.  News of The xx's...
  • Local H to join Helmet on international tour this January

    Local H to join Helmet on international tour this January

    Local H had a busy 2016. Besides celebrating the 20th anniversary of their seminal sophomore album, As Good As Dead, with a national tour – featuring original drummer Joe Daniels – they also teamed-up with Helmet on the Dead To the World Tour. The new year brings even more rock and roll with Local H...
  • The Governor's Ball release their 2017 festival lineup

    The Governor's Ball release their 2017 festival lineup

    New York’s seventh annual Governor’s Ball announced today, Jan. 4, a stellar line-up for the three-day event in June featuring artists Tool, Chance the Rapper, Childish Gambino, with an eclectic mix of rock, alternative, rap and hip-hop. The music festival taking place at Randall’s Island Park from...
  • Of Mice & Men frontman leaves band

    Of Mice & Men frontman leaves band

    As the world was getting ready to bid adieu to 2016, fans of Of Mice & Men were given the news that an important member of the band will no longer be featured in the lineup. On Friday (Dec. 30), frontman Austin Carlile formally announced he had departed the California-founded band due to health...
  • Tory Lanez opens 2017 with two new mixtapes

    Tory Lanez opens 2017 with two new mixtapes

    Breaking in 2017 with one of the year’s first new releases, Tory Lanez has released The New Toronto 2 and Chixtape 4. The two new mix tapes, which are both available for download through his website, come ahead of the upcoming 59th Annual GRAMMY Awards where Lanez is nominated in the category Best R...
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    A friend remembers the Beatles' first manager Allan Williams

    The passing of Allan Williams, The Beatles' first manager on Dec. 30, brought back fond memories of the man to Charles Rosenay of Liverpool Productions. Williams was both a guest at his Beatles conventions and also met with Beatles fans in Liverpool when Rosenay brought groups to the city. “I loved...
  • Paul McCartney announces first tour dates for 2017

    Paul McCartney announces first tour dates for 2017

    Paul McCartney, who'll turn 75 in June, confirmed Saturday that he'll definitely be on tour in 2017. The former Beatle announced the first three shows on the 2017 edition of his “One On One” tour will take place at the Dome in Tokyo on April 27, 29 and 30. "I’m really excited to be taking the 'One...
  • Beck teases the release of a new album in 2017

    Beck teases the release of a new album in 2017

    The rumor mill is churning away with who might drop an album in  2017, and one such rumor has just been seemingly confirmed: Beck. The long-awaited follow up to the GRAMMY winning artist's hit Morning Phase has been hinted at since 2015, and the release has chronically been moved forwards ever since...
  • No Turning Back release two songs from upcoming album 'No Time To Waste'

    No Turning Back release two songs from upcoming album 'No Time To Waste'

    Hailing from The Netherlands, hardcore punk band No Turning Back have been seen touring the world with bands such as Terror, Full Blown Chaos, and Down To Nothing since the release of their 2003 debut album Revenge Is a Right. 2017 marks the band's 20 year anniversary, and they're celebrating with...
  • Pentatonix tops Billboard 200 with 'Christmas' album

    Pentatonix tops Billboard 200 with 'Christmas' album

    Pentatonix has climbed to the top of the U.S. charts with their latest release A Pentatonix Christmas, which hit shelves on Oct. 21 via RCA. The two-time Grammy winner's 5th studio album jumped from runner up spot last week to No. 1 for the week ending Dec. 22 on the Billboard 200. Billboard reports...
  • Svart Crown announce new album 'Abreaction'

    Svart Crown announce new album 'Abreaction'

    Hailing from France, death metal outfit Svart Crown have been one of the leading metal acts in their country since forming back in 2004. Over the years, the outfit have toured Europe and North America with acts such as Nile, Ex Deo, and Deicide. After six years and three studio albums on Listenable...
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