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Run the Jewels Will Join Rage Against the Machine on Global Tour
Killer Mike and El-P are set to join the reunited hard rockers for a seven-month excursion.
Rage Against the Machine Playing Coachella 2020
What better place than here, etc.
PREMIERE: Brass Against and Sophia Urista Take on Twenty One Pilots’ “Heathens/Jumpsuit”
The brass-heavy hardcore group share a new arrangement of the singles.
LISTEN: Run The Jewels Rage On “Close Your Eyes (And Count To Fuck)”
For hip-hop duo Run The Jewels’ anticipated sophomore album, MCs Killer Mike and El-P have cast a line back into the ’90s to bring a couple of unexpected…
Coachella’s 2020 Lineup Is Dominated by Hip-Hop, feat. Frank Ocean, Travis Scott, and Megan Thee Stallion
Rage Against the Machine are also headlining, practically the only rockers who made the cut.
Denzel Curry Covers “Bulls on Parade” for Australian Radio
Florida man bravely steps into ring with Rage Against the Machine staple.
LISTEN: Zack de la Rocha Returns (with El-P!) for “Digging for Windows”
The long-awaited solo LP from the Rage Against the Machine frontman should be here very soon.
Watch Sets from Matt Berninger, Weyes Blood, Open Mike Eagle, and More Tonight on the LA Gives Back Telethon
The 24-hour streaming event kicks off at 5 p.m. PST with donations benefiting Los Angeles homeless charities.
Songs Called “1999,” Ranked
10 songs organized by how badly we’d like to party like it’s the year they’re singing about.
FLOOD’s Guide to Record Store Day 2020 Part 1: Bowie, Gorillaz, Denzel Curry, and More
RSD’s pandemic-necessitated three-part event kicks off this weekend—we talked to co-creator Michael Kurtz about what to expect, as well as preview twelve releases we’re excited for.
nothing,nowhere. Struggles to Enjoy the Present in “lights (4444)” Video
The single follows up the rapper/songwriter’s hardcore-punk single “DEATH.”
Black Sabbath Is Selling Black Lives Matter T-Shirts
All proceeds from the “Masters of Reality”–styled shirts will go directly to BLM.
Stream the New Coachella Doc “20 Years in the Desert”
The film will be streaming for free on the festival’s YouTube channel at noon PST.
WATCH: Unequal Share Video for New Track “Take Me Away” feat. Mondo Cozmo
The mysterious Dave Sardy project taps the Philly singer for their latest industrial single.
Pitchfork Announces 2020 Lineup, feat. Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Run the Jewels, and The National
The three-day fest will return to Chicago’s Union Park July 17-19 with a well-curated lineup.
In Conversation: Remembering Gang of Four’s Andy Gill (1956-2020)
A previously unpublished interview with the post-punk guitar legend.
BottleRock Announces 2020 Lineup
The rare rock-leaning event will feature Red Hot Chili Peppers, Dave Matthews, and Stevie Nicks as headliners.
Dave Sardy: A Playlist for Big Brother
With “≠,” the producer known as DSARDY aims to address technology’s dehumanizing effects by enlisting the help of the industry’s preeminent humans.
No Age, “Snares Like a Haircut”
No Age’s “Snares Like a Haircut” is a record that offers some kind of solace while also invoking the unnerving and disquieting times we live in.
A Tale of Two Festivals at Voodoo 2017
There’s a lot to take in at New Orleans’ ~sPoOkY~ Halloween carnival. And a lot of choices to make about what the festival means to you.
72-Hour Nostalgia-Punk Therapy: Riot Fest 2017
With a high-profile Jawbreaker reunion at its center, this year’s edition of Riot Fest further cemented the Chicago party’s identity.
At the Drive In, “in•ter a•li•a”
Bands reuniting can be much like exes reuniting—there’s the initial intoxication of a long-lost love restored, the few brief moments of ecstasy as it commences, and finally, the heart-sinking reminders of why the damn thing ended in the first place.
The Beastie Boys’ Guide to Los Angeles
To the Five Freeway.
Cooking Gumbo, Whipping the Voodoo: Anderson .Paak, Arcade Fire, and More Haunt New Orleans
As it enters adulthood in its eighteenth edition, the City Park fixture is more complicated, charismatic, and costumed than ever.
At the Drive-In to Tour, Release New Music in 2016
The first we’ve heard from the post-hardcore band since their 2000 classic “Relationship of Command”.
The Best Albums of 2020
Here are our picks for the 25 albums that kept our spirits up in 2020.
ART Is ACTION: Michael Stipe, Cat Power, Patti Smith, MUNA, and More Define Political Action
What does taking social, political, or artistic action look like for you? Rain Phoenix reached out to Melody Ehsani, Grouplove, Aloe Blacc, and other creative activists for their input, as well as to learn what causes they’re most passionate about.
Optic Sink Release “Exhibitionist” Along With a Groovy Playlist
The duo’s self-titled debut is out October 2 via Goner Records.