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A three-day celebration of dance music on Randall's Island
by Steve Jones, USA TODAY - June 16, 2013
'Magna Carta Holy Grail' will be the rapper's 12th album.
Fatback Circus, Natalie Mishell Hill Country 07/13/2013 09:30 PM EDT Fatback Circus Fatback Circus is an Austin, Texas favorite, whose true talent and versatility has sparked comparisons to various modern, southern and classic rock bands. Playing four shows for SXSW in 2013 alone, they are...
A typical Fucked Up song is equal parts old-school oi/hardcore (Black Flag is a frequent, and not incorrect, comparison) and experimental jam. And, thanks to shirtless, often bloodied vocalist Pink Eyes, the Canadian band's live show is one you may not forget.
Sunday mellowed out with Jack Johnson, Ben Harper and that guy from Phish
Playing an early bird show at Mercury Lounge, Mates of States (Kori Gardner, Jason Hammel, a keyboard, drums), showcased cuts from their new album, “Re-Arrange Us.” We’d like to think that the band made it home for dinner—they live in Connecticut with their two uber-cute kids.
by Brian Mansfield, Special for USA TODAY - June 16, 2013
Jack Johnson delivers in a pinch, big names jam together.
Erol Alkan, Rusko, and Major Lazer highlight a big Saturday at the Electric Zoo
by Steve Jones, USA TODAY - June 14, 2013
Rapper creates album with plenty of messages, but no obvious radio hits.
A night of near-industrial mayhem from the U.K. indie rockers
From Jim Morrison exposing his 'Lizard King' to Kings of Leon's 'Pigeongate'
John Varvatos threw a 10-year anniversary concert at the flagship store in NYC
Catching our attention: Dry the River, Emeli Sande, Mount Eerie, Twin Sister, DeLeon
Liverpool group played hits and more hits at their smallest NYC gig. Ever.
“It's the greatest album ever made.” That's what Echo and the Bunnymen frontman Ian McCulloch once said about the band's seminal work, "Ocean Rain," back in 1983. Although the singer was sort of joking, the quote stuck-and more than a few fans and peers came to believe it. Now, twenty-five...
Bauhaus/witch-house trio Esben and the Witch tuned up for a breakout week at SXSW
Brooklyn disco with electronic oomph
Party rockin' on the pier
Remembering the legendary blues singer, in pictures