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Rose Max Samba Party featuring Casuarina
Rose Max Samba Party featuring Casuarina
JUL
25
FRI
10:00 PM
God Save the Queen
God Save the Queen
AUG
09
SAT
8:00 PM
Pimpinela
Pimpinela
AUG
23
SAT
8:00 PM
Tori Amos - Unrepentant Geraldines Tour
Tori Amos - Unrepentant Geraldines Tour
AUG
24
SUN
8:00 PM
Yordano
Yordano
AUG
30
SAT
8:30 PM
Prince Royce
Prince Royce
SEP
07
SUN
7:00 PM
Lily Allen
Lily Allen
SEP
09
TUE
8:00 PM
Erasure: The Violet Flame Tour
Erasure: The Violet Flame Tour
SEP
12
FRI
8:30 PM
Caetano Veloso
Caetano Veloso
SEP
13
SAT
8:00 PM
Jack White
Jack White
SEP
21
SUN
8:00 PM
Jack White
Jack White
SEP
22
MON
8:00 PM
BUNBURY - PALOSANTO TOUR
BUNBURY - PALOSANTO TOUR
SEP
24
WED
8:00 PM
Formula V
Formula V
SEP
26
FRI
8:00 PM
Life Is a Song - Yisel Duque in Concert
Life Is a Song - Yisel Duque in Concert
SEP
26
FRI
8:30 PM
Pitingo
Pitingo
SEP
27
SAT
8:00 PM
Belle & Sebastian
Belle & Sebastian
SEP
28
SUN
8:00 PM
CHVRCHES
CHVRCHES
OCT
05
SUN
8:30 PM
St. Vincent
St. Vincent
OCT
06
MON
8:00 PM
The Australian Pink Floyd Show
The Australian Pink Floyd Show
OCT
07
TUE
8:00 PM
Rodrigo y Gabriela: 9 Dead Alive 2014 U.S. Fall Tour
Rodrigo y Gabriela: 9 Dead Alive 2014 U.S. Fall Tour
OCT
08
WED
8:00 PM
Cem Yilmaz
Cem Yilmaz
OCT
12
SUN
8:00 PM
Foster the People
Foster the People
OCT
16
THU
8:00 PM
Porter Robinson
Porter Robinson
OCT
18
SAT
9:00 PM
BRAND NEW
BRAND NEW
OCT
25
SAT
8:30 PM
Patrick Bruel
Patrick Bruel
OCT
30
THU
8:00 PM
Interpol
Interpol
NOV
08
SAT
8:00 PM
The Anomaly Tour with LeCrae & Special Guests Andy Mineo & DJ Promote
The Anomaly Tour with LeCrae & Special Guests Andy Mineo & DJ Promote
NOV
14
FRI
7:00 PM
Isabella Rossellini
Isabella Rossellini "Green Porno" Live on Stage
NOV
15
SAT
8:00 PM
La Ley
La Ley
NOV
21
FRI
8:00 PM
Diego El Cigala
Diego El Cigala
NOV
22
SAT
8:00 PM
Moscow Ballet's Great Russian Nutcracker
Moscow Ballet's Great Russian Nutcracker
DEC
26
FRI
7:00 PM
 
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Thu, 24 Jul 2014
When Jack White isn’t busy looking grumpy at baseball games, he also sometimes plays music. A few nights ago at his show in Milwaukee (where he also played Lorde’s “Royals”), he brought a fan on stage during his encore performance of “Seven Nation Army” and she got to play with the band for a bit [...]
Thu, 24 Jul 2014
Earlier this year, right before the 20th anniversary of Kurt Cobain’s suicide and Hole’s classic album Live Through This, Courtney Love said that she was reuniting with Melissa Auf Der Maur, Eric Erlandson, and Patty Schemel and that they were working on new material. A few weeks later, she tapered expectations by saying that, “We [...]
Thu, 24 Jul 2014
Questlove’s new show Soundclash is premiering tonight on VH1 and the Roots drummer sat down and talked to Time about the new show and, more importantly, what he thinks is the song of the summer. “You gotta know what the difference is between a good song and a bad song. Songs that I consider personally [...]
Thu, 24 Jul 2014
You may have heard that last night guitar god and vinyl fetishist Jack White was spotted at a Chicago Cubs game looking sad and/or angry. Per Third Man Records’ Instagram, it looks like some sort of field trip with Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder. Although we shared the pics on our Tumblr this morning, we didn’t [...]
Thu, 24 Jul 2014
Jeremih and Shlohmo are an unlikely combination for a lot of obvious reasons. One is a black guy from Chicago who sings slick, radio-directed R&B, and the other is a white guy from Los Angeles who produces tricky, intricate instrumental bass music. They probably would’ve never gotten together if Yours Truly hadn’t matched them up [...]
Thu, 24 Jul 2014
Last year, Devendra Banhart put out the new album Mala, which included the brief but chilling folk song “Golden Girls.” Now, Liars — who this year put out the great and overlooked album Mess — have stretched that minute and a half to nearly 10 minutes in their sprawling remix. What begins as a minimal [...]
Wed, 23 Jul 2014
One of my favorite albums of all time is Brand New’s The Devil And God Are Raging Inside Me. It’s an album that’s built as much on atmosphere as it is on songcraft, luxuriating in aimlessness tempered with short bursts of well-orchestrated chaos. When I learned that For Everest made a conscious effort to emulate [...]
Wed, 23 Jul 2014
Jenny Lewis scored the movie Very Good Girls, which comes out in theaters in a few days, and Rilo Kiley’s “Go Ahead” is used in a scene where Elizabeth Olsen performs the song at an open-mic. The film is the directorial debut of Oscar-nominated screenwriter Naomi Foner, Lewis’ friend and mother of Jake and Maggie [...]
Wed, 23 Jul 2014
As I said when we recently premiered “Sleeptalker,” TOPS have a very different sound than the one typically associated with Arbutus Records, but they still deliver smolderingly romantic songs similar to their labelmates. Their newest, “Way To Be Loved,” is filled with crisp, modest guitar riffs, not-so-modest bass lines, and Jane Penny’s soft but firm [...]
Wed, 23 Jul 2014
Yung Lean — internet-beloved #sadboy, bucket-hat wearer, Arizona Iced Tea enthusiast, and teenaged Swedish rapper — has now joined the hallowed ranks of artists interviewed by Nardwuar The Human Serviette. Although a recent New Yorker profile insisted that Yung Lean and the Sad Boys self-consciously try to keep up melancholic appearances, Nardwuar manages to make [...]
Wed, 23 Jul 2014
Apparently there are companies dedicated to managing and monetizing fan clubs for celebrities, and one of them called Worldwide Fan Clubs once counted Duran Duran among its clients. Not anymore; The Chicago Sun-Times reports that the new wave legends are suing the Glenview, Illinois-based company for $40,000 and claiming that Worldwide Fan Clubs failed to [...]
Wed, 23 Jul 2014
Electronic musician Roberto Carlos Lange will soon put out Double Youth, his new album under the long-running moniker Helado Negro. We’ve already heard the new single “I Krill You” (which somehow wasn’t already used as a title by the band Krill), and now he’s shared a video for the song. Blending glittering streamers, footage of [...]
Wed, 23 Jul 2014
That impressively bearded fellow in the picture above is Unnar Gísli Sigurmundsson, whose songwriting alias is the slightly more pronounceable Júníus Meyvant. The Icelandic artist just put out his debut single, “Color Decay,” a polished slice of bright folk-pop buoyed up by a sprightly horn arrangement. It’s already a hit in his native country, and [...]
Wed, 23 Jul 2014
Amy Winehouse died three years ago today, and to commemorate her death, the comic book company Bluewater Productions, which seems to specialize exclusively in quickie comic-book bios of dead celebrities, has published a Winehouse comic called Tribute: Amy Winehouse. The book, which Michael L. Frizell wrote and Jayfri Hashim drew, exists in the grand tradition [...]
Wed, 23 Jul 2014
We looked back at the “golden era” of emo this week, but let’s not forget that there’s still plenty of great music along those genre lines being made today. “No Hard Feelings” is from Hemingway’s upcoming debut album, Pretend To Care, and it screams ’90s in a good way. The Portland band is achingly honest, [...]
Wed, 23 Jul 2014
Pharrell acts as a photographer at a fashion shoot in the video for “Come Get It Bae,” which is his next single from G I R L. Miley Cyrus, who contributed vocals to the song, also shows up about halfway through in a goofy outfit. And maybe I’m reading too much into things, but even [...]
Wed, 23 Jul 2014
Since approximately 2008, Craig Finn’s been sounding less and less like the crazy drunk guy accosting you on the street and more and more like the singer of an actual rock band (and a huge one at that). But that doesn’t mean he can’t still bring the whole madman-poet thing, as anyone who’s seen the [...]
Wed, 23 Jul 2014
Well, this is probably the classiest story on the music internet this morning. Andrea Pellegrini, a former publicist for the Insane Clown Posse, is suing the Detroit duo for sexual harassment, and among other allegations (e.g., the 2012 Gathering Of The Juggalos was “a living hell”) she claims that the former ICP and Psychopathic Records [...]
Wed, 23 Jul 2014
The fragile, beautiful debut single “Touch” put Moscow-via-London singer Shura on the map. Now her second single has arrived, and it’s described as a prequel to the first one. Like “Touch” before it, “Just Once” distills the essence of ’80s pop classics like “Time After Time” and “Like A Prayer” and gently breathes it into [...]
Wed, 23 Jul 2014
Bloc Party is still a going concern, but frontman Kele Okereke went solo in 2010 with his own dance-flavored album The Boxer, and he’ll do it again later this year with a new album called Trick. Since recording his last album, Kele has gone deeper into the dance-music world, DJing every week, and the short [...]
Wed, 23 Jul 2014
Portland label Dropping Gems will soon release their fourth annual Gem Drops compilation, and today you can hear the contribution made to that comp by James Hinton, aka the Range, titled “Rayman.” The song is only three-and-a-half-minutes long, and Hinton takes his time building it up, but ultimately hits the sort of blissed-out peak that [...]
Wed, 23 Jul 2014
Yesterday, the tough L.A. garage-poppers Bleached released their three-song For The Feel EP; we posted the title track a little while back. The band has a new video for their sneery, catchy EP track “Poison Ivy.” It captures their performance on the pilot of the Check Yo Ponytail TV show’s pilot episode, as well as [...]
Wed, 23 Jul 2014
Here in Columbus, people are always trying (and failing) to put together a major music festival. The latest attempt is the self-explanatory Fashion Meets Music Festival, which is set to go down Labor Day weekend at various Downtown venues, SXSW-style. The fest lineup trickled out little by little, and at first, it mostly caused a [...]
Wed, 23 Jul 2014
One of the best qualities of Breadcrumb Trail — Lance Bangs’ fantastic documentary on Slint, released earlier this year — is the wealth of rare footage Bangs’ unearthed, and how naturally it flows into the story. No mention is made of the great effort required to obtain that footage; Bangs simply includes it where it [...]
Wed, 23 Jul 2014
Ladada is Josiah Schlater, a Virginia Beach musician who used to play with the mall-punk heroes Mae among other bands. Now he’s doing his own thing, and that thing is whimsical lo-fi garage pop recorded in a storage unit. “Coin Toss,” from Ladada’s forthcoming self-titled EP, is rock ’n’ roll fun that reminds me of [...]
Wed, 23 Jul 2014
As previously reported, Unlocking The Truth, a metal trio made up entirely of Brooklyn eighth graders, recently signed a Sony deal that could potentially be worth as much as $1.8 million. For the deal to go through, the members of the band had to get permission from a Manhattan judge. And as the New York [...]
Wed, 23 Jul 2014
The former LCD Soundsystem leader James Murphy last worked with filmmaker Noah Baumbach when he put together the dazed L.A. studio-pop score for Baumbach’s deeply uncomfortable 2010 movie Greenberg. And now, as SPIN points out, the two are working together again, as Murphy has done the score for Baumbach’s forthcoming film While We’re Young, which [...]
Wed, 23 Jul 2014
The eight-videos-in-eight-days plan worked! “Weird Al” Yankovic has released more than a dozen albums, in a music career that’s lasted over 30 years, but none of those albums has hit #1 on the Billboard chart until this morning. Mandatory Fun, Yankovic’s latest, sold 104,700 copies in the past week, which is good enough to skate [...]
Wed, 23 Jul 2014
Jack White has been incorporating a lot of covers into his set recently — just this weekend, he did a quick shoutout to Jay Z’s “99 Problems” and last month he covered Kanye, Beck, and the Stooges all in one show. The latest to get the cover treatment is Lorde’s “Royals,” which seems to be [...]
Wed, 23 Jul 2014
Tuatara is a band with a lot of pedigree: started by R.E.M. guitarist Peter Buck, the Screaming Trees’ Barrett Martin, Luna and the Chills’ bassist Justin Harwood, and saxophone player Skerik in the late ’90s, they’ve been consistently putting out albums of their rock/jazz fusion. We’re already heard “The Skeleton Getdown” from their upcoming new [...]
Wed, 23 Jul 2014
The Tupac-inspired musical Holler If Ya Hear Me closed on Sunday after only 55 performances and a month on Broadway. The show starred Saul Williams, who talked to Rolling Stone about the musical’s closing and put the blame on a lot of people. First, he tackled the helpful Broadway ticket-selling TKTS workers for being honest [...]
Wed, 23 Jul 2014
Last month, the Rentals announced that they were releasing their first album in a decade and a half and shared the new song “Thought Of Sound.” The group is still primarily the project of ex-Weezer bassist Matt Sharp but he’s joined by an all-new lineup and “1000 Seasons” makes good use of them, with solid [...]
Wed, 23 Jul 2014
Earlier this month we heard “Tennis Court,” one half of a double-A-side single from Leeds duo Menace Beach. Now comes “Lowtalkin’,” the other song on the record. In contrast to its subject matter, it’s an outgoing outburst of frantic punk rock laced with pop sensibilities. Hear it below. The “Tennis Court” / “Lowtalkin’” single is [...]
Wed, 23 Jul 2014
I might as well get some boring full-disclosure stuff out of the way first: Nick Sylvester, a great friend and former colleague of mine, produced this album, and he’s putting it out on Godmode, his label. The fact that Nick worked on this album has a lot to do with the fact that I listened [...]
Wed, 23 Jul 2014
Three years ago, the masked, mysterious London dance producer SBTRKT released his self-titled debut album, which showed how sparse, architectural club music could absolutely work as pop if you did it right. The album helped introduce singers like Jessie Ware and Sampha, and when Drake jumped on a remix a few months later, that just [...]
Tue, 22 Jul 2014
“A Keepsake” is the second single we’ve heard off the eclectically named Empire! Empire! (I Was A Lonely Estate)’s forthcoming album, You Will Eventually Be Forgotten, their first since 2009. Michigan couple Keith and Cathy Latinen premiered their first new song earlier this month, and “A Keepsake” is a fitting follow-up to the slow wail [...]
Tue, 22 Jul 2014
Nick Zammuto is getting ready to release Anchor, the second album of his post-Books solo career. We already heard the bloopy breeziness of “Great Equator,” and now he’s released a very different offering, “Hegemony.” The new one features hard-hitting live percussion before shifting into a crunchy guitar solo to close things out. It’s a far [...]
Tue, 22 Jul 2014
We were already anticipating a new album from Flying Lotus last year. He’d been talking about it online and playing new material live. Now we’ve officially gotten word that it’s coming this fall. The producer and Brainfeeder boss’ fifth album will be titled You’re Dead!; it follows 2012′s spacious, dreamy Until The Quiet Comes. There’s [...]
Tue, 22 Jul 2014
Two years ago, the young Brooklyn-based rock band Nude Beach released their album II, a deeply enjoyable piece of classic-rock-informed punk. Every song aimed straight for the pleasure center and hit its target, and I fucked up badly when I didn’t give it Album Of The Week. (Seriously, in three years of writing that column, [...]
Tue, 22 Jul 2014
Ryan Adams’ uneven 2003 LP, Rock N Roll, includes a song called “1974,” co-written with Alanis Morissette, named after the year both artists were born. Now, Adams is set to release a new 10-song 7″ that will celebrate some of the music made a decade after Adams’ (and Morissette’s) birth. The 1984 EP “pays homage [...]
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