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  • The best NYC concerts for August 2017

    The best NYC concerts for August 2017

    Summer is almost coming to an end, but there's still time to go out and catch some rays. While you're out there, why not catch a show or two? There's a ton of amazing concerts hitting up the Big Apple in August. One of the biggest rappers in the scene today makes his way to Terminal 5, a longtime...
  • Play NYC set to debut at Terminal 5 on Aug. 18 & Aug. 19

    Play NYC set to debut at Terminal 5 in August

    New York City is home to various video game publishers, including Grand Theft Auto creators Rockstar Games. Unfortunately, the Big Apple isn't where most of the big video game events such as E3 are located. For years, fans have waited for something big to happen in the area involving one of the...
  • My Ticket Home announce new album 'unReal'

    My Ticket Home announce new album 'unReal'

    Fans of My Ticket Home have waited nearly four years for new music from the post-hardcore band. After a lengthy tour in support of their 2013's studio album Strangers Only, the band announced their departure from Rise Records to join Spinefarm Records, which is home to acts such as Bullet For My...
  • Bono and Patti Smith duet on 'Mothers of the Disappeared' at U2 show in Paris

    Bono and Patti Smith duet on 'Mothers of the Disappeared' at U2 show in Paris

    U2 and Patti Smith continued their legendary live collaborations at U2’s show in Paris on Tuesday (July 25). To close out the evening, the band brought Smith out for a performance of “Mothers of the Disappeared.” As Rolling Stone reported, Smith and Bono traded lead vocals on the tune with Smith...
  • Propagandhi announce 2017 North American tour

    Propagandhi announce 2017 North American tour

    On Sept. 29, longtime Canadian punk band Propagandhi will release their new studio album Victory Lap, which is the follow up to their 2012 release Failed States. The outfit have been playing sporadic shows over the past couple of years, but they're looking to make their way to a town near you soon...
  • Bleachers announces more 'Gone Now' Era headline dates

    Bleachers announces more 'Gone Now' Era headline dates

    Jack Antonoff’s Bleachers have announced more fall concerts dates in support of the pop-rock outfits’ latest album, Gone Now. Revealed on Tuesday, the additional run of North American shows will start out on Sept. 8 in Buffalo and end with a blowout hometown gig at Terminal 5 in New York City on Nov...
  • Thrice & Circa Survive reveal co-headlining tour

    Thrice & Circa Survive reveal co-headlining tour

    Hailing from Philadelphia, Circa Survive have become one of indie rocks most beloved outfits. On the other side of the country, Thrice's music have influenced a massive amount of current post-hardcore outfits. What happens when both acts decide to join forces for a trek? You'll get one of the most...
  • Cannibal Corpse announce 2017 fall tour

    Cannibal Corpse announce 2017 fall tour

    Iconic death metal band Cannibal Corpse have been busy working on some new music, and this fall, they're ready to deliver the follow up to 2014's A Skeletal Domain. While details on the new release haven't be unveiled just yet, fans are already gearing up to hear the first cut from the album any day...
  • Animals As Leaders & Periphery announce co-headlining tour

    Animals As Leaders & Periphery announce co-headlining tour

    When it comes to modern progressive metal, Animals As Leaders and Periphery are two of the biggest names in the field right now. While both outfits have done some short treks together in the past, they've never done embark on a full tour across North America together. Today, they changed that with...
  • Motionless In White announce The Graveyard Shift Tour

    Motionless In White announce The Graveyard Shift Tour

    Metalcore outfit Motionless In White are currently on the road with old friends In This Moment for a summer trek. The Scranton, Pennsylvania band have been busy plugging their new studio album Graveyard Shift, which peaked at number five on the Top Rock Albums chart and number one on the Top Hard...
  • Phish opens up Baker's Dozen with donut flavor themed debuts,13-night residency continues

    Phish opens up Baker's Dozen with donut flavor themed debuts,13-night residency continues

    Vermont jam quartet Phish opened up their unprecedented 13-night residency at Madison Square Garden on Friday (July 21), which has been dubbed the “Baker’s Dozen.” Phish announced the run with a promo video featuring giant donuts rolling through Manhattan. Fans who bought the 13-night package...
  • J. Roddy Walston and the Business heading out on tour including a stop at Brooklyn’s Music Hall of Williamsburg

    J. Roddy Walston and the Business heading out on tour including a stop at Brooklyn’s Music Hall of Williamsburg

    J Roddy Walston and the Business will be getting down to, well...business, at the Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn on Aug. 22 for their upcoming tour. The tour also includes appearances in major markets like Detroit, Denver, Los Angeles, Seattle and more. The tour gets underway in the band’s...
  • She Wants Revenge add additional fall tour dates

    She Wants Revenge add additional fall tour dates

    Rock band She Wants Revenge is currently on tour with Bush and Leopold and His Fiction. On July 20, the band announced a string of additional tour dates. The upcoming shows in July and August are with Bush while later dates She Wants Revenge is headlining. Tickets for the events are on sale as of...
  • Video: Fafalios' bass mastery highlights Punchline's Webster Hall show

    Video: Fafalios' bass mastery highlights Punchline's Webster Hall show

    Punchline celebrated 20 years as a band with a breathtaking 17-song set on July 21 in The Studio at Webster Hall -- an iconic New York City venue that will be closing down next month. The Pittsburgh-based quartet bid farewell to the establishment with a sizzling 90 minute performance that included...
  • Former Real Estate guitarist Matt Mondanile bringing his solo project Ducktails to Music Hall of Williamsburg

    Former Real Estate guitarist Matt Mondanile bringing his solo project Ducktails to Music Hall of Williamsburg

    Ducktails is the solo recording project of former Real Estate guitarist Matt Mondanile. While Mondanile has been recording under the moniker since 2006, he has also taken the project out on the road both as a solo act and with a backing band. While they often tour overseas, Ducktails will be...
  • Blackberry Smoke and Aaron Lewis to bring the Sinners & Sanctified Tour to New York City on Nov. 14

    Blackberry Smoke and Aaron Lewis to bring the Sinners & Sanctified Tour to New York City on Nov. 14

    Blackberry Smoke has announced that they will be co-headlining the Sinners & Sanctified Tour with Aaron Lewis of Staind. The 17-date tour will begin on October 12 in Shreveport, Louisiana and conclude on November 17 in Charleston, West Virginia. The co-headlining acts will bring Alex Williams...
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    Photos: Rakim, DMX and The Lox wow at 13th Annual Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival

    The 13th Annual Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival culminated in a finale concert with performances by The Lox, DMX, and Rakim on July 15. The celebration comes after a week-long event featuring workshops, live art, a film festival, and other events celebrating and elevating hip-hop culture. The finale...
  • The Early November & The Movielife announce co-headlining tour

    The Early November & The Movielife announce co-headlining tour

    Back in January, New Jersey alternative rockers The Early November celebrated the 10 year anniversary of their triple album The Mother, the Mechanic, and the Path. Last week, the outfit revealed they were working on their fifth studio album. With a clear schedule on the horizon, they decided to...
  • Eyehategod reveal 2017 summer tour dates

    Eyehategod reveal 2017 summer tour dates

    Since the liver transplant of vocalist Mike IX Williams back in December, sludge metal gurus Eyehategod showed no signs of slowing down with a trio of performances back in April, including one at Michigan's Berserker IV. After these shows, the band assembled at the recording studio to work on the...
  • Julien Baker announces lengthy fall tour

    Julien Baker announces lengthy fall tour

    Music’s favorite melancholy singer-songwriter Julien Baker has extended her already busy 2017 schedule by announcing a massive 41-date tour that will take her across North America, U.K. and Europe this fall. The run of shows will start on Oct. 12 in Atlanta and wraps up as the year itself starts to...
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