Having lain waste to grateful capacity crowds from Chicago’s Riot Fest to Denver’s Red Rocks to the 30,000+ strong throng at the recent CalJam 17, Queens Of The Stone Age announce the first 2018 installment of the ongoing and ever intensifying Villains North American touring campaign.
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By Annie Reuter The Clash are getting their own Converse line in celebration of the 40th anniversary of the band playing at the 100 Club Punk Special, a two-day event in London that helped launch the punk rock movement. Related: Newly Discovered Snail Species Named After The Clash’s Joe Strummer On September 20th, which marks…
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If you haven’t heard the short but sweet remixes EP from Spoon yet, then…where have you been?
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New Jersey-based DIY rock band, Deaf Rhino, have released their new album, Dirt, Rust, Chaos, today, on Cinco De Rhino.
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The Cerny Brothers have premiered another brand new song from their upcoming album, Sleeping Giant, today. Continue reading The Cerny Brothers premiere new track, “The Kid”
Indie pop lovers, look no further for what you should be doing this weekend. Get away from your desks and say bye bye to your pile of chores and head out to Queen Bee’s on Friday for Chelsey Chavez’s single release party.
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If there was any doubt on what you should be doing with your time this weekend, then consider this the last proof that you should be at the RIMAC arena watching Foster the People give one of their stellar sets in San Diego.
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