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Julian Casablancas+The Voidz Announce New Album, Band Name

Julian Casablancas+The Voidz have relatively kept quiet over the last couple years, but count on them to drop two huge announcements in one go. Of course, it wouldn’t be them if they didn’t do it in a certain fashion.   How They Came to Be   While Julian Casablancas is away from The Strokes, he […]

Josh Homme Apologizes for Kicking Photographer’s Face

Queens of the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme has released a public apology to Chelsea Lauren, a photographer he accidentally kicked during the band’s set at the KROQ Almost Acoustic Christmas show over the weekend. Some people think it was intentional, others think it could have been vices, and others simply think it was an […]

LANY Set to Play First Solo Show in Manila in 2018

UPDATE: The band has added a second show on April 6, 2018. Tickets for the second show will go on sale January 6, 2018 at 11:00 AM.   21/12/17 UPDATE: Karpos Multimedia will be releasing more VIP STANDING, PATRON B & GENERAL ADMISSION tickets. Ticket selling begins this Saturday, December 23 at 11AM in all Ticketnet outlets […]

The Strokes, Interpol to Be Featured in Documentary Series

Lizzy Goodman’s oral history of New York’s 2000s rock scene is being turned into a docu-series! “Meet Me in the Bathroom: Rebirth and Rock and Roll in New York City 2001-2011” features artists like The Strokes, Interpol, LCD Soundsystem, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and more.   What We Can Expect   Released in May this […]

Rare Beatles ‘Love Me Do’ Demo Sold for Almost $15,000

A seven-inch Parlophone demo recording of the Beatles’ “Love Me Do” just made history on the vinyl marketplace Discogs by becoming the most expensive single ever sold on the database. This piece of history sold for a whopping $14,757 just a few days ago.   Third Time’s the Charm   Although the songwriting credits for […]

10 Unheard Recordings to Be Featured on New Jimi Hendrix LP

Jimi Hendrix’s upcoming posthumous LP includes 10 previously unheard tracks from the late guitarist. “Both Sides of the Sky” will hit the shelves on March 9, 2018.   The End of the Trilogy   “Both Sides of the Sky” consists of 13 tracks was recorded between January 1968 and February 1970. The LP serves as […]

Dead & Company Updates Fans on John Mayer Hospitalization

After being sent to the hospital earlier this week, John Mayer is alive and well. The singer-songwriter had to postpone a few days from the tour with Dead & Company after an emergency appendectomy. Dead & Company   Four years after stumbling upon the Grateful Dead’s song “Althea” in 2011, Mayer invited the band’s guitarist […]

Catch Flume at The Palace Pool Club This Weekend

Dance the weekend away to the tunes of award-winning DJ/producer Flume! Catch his set at The Palace Pool Club on Saturday, December 9.   HEDS/Flume   Harley Streten, better known as his artist name Flume, started to create music at the age of 13 using a basic production disc packaged inside a cereal box. He […]

Ed Sheeran Tops Spotify’s Year in Music 2017 List

2017 is the year of the Sheeran—on Spotify, at least. The streaming service’s annual Year in Music list tackles categories such as Top 5 Artists, Most Streamed Female Artists, and Top 5 Albums among many others.   Year of the Sheeran   According to Spotify’s records, Ed Sheeran’s “÷” was the most streamed album with […]